Determination of Students’ Transition from Face-to-Face Learning to Online Learning at Higher Education: A Case Study in Trinidad and Tobago

This action research focuses on the transition of undergraduate students from face-to-face learning to online learning at a Trinidad and Tobago higher education institution. According to a survey of the current literature in the local context, there is a scarcity

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Study on Teaching with LEEMUSICA/READMUSIC in Higher Education: Perception and Improve in Music Education

The purpose of this study is to reflect students’ perceptions of their music education during their university teacher training and to assess their level of satisfaction with the Leemsica/Readmusic technique. Two examinations were conducted in the classroom with university students

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Transmission of Cultural Heritage and Identity through Traditional Music and Storytelling with a Focus on Bapedi Children’s Musical Arts

The oral acts of the Bapedi people are diverse and extensive, and they are passed down from generation to generation as a living tradition. The backdrop of festival music making in Bapedi community is a natural manner of mixing enjoyment

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A Proposal for a Teacher Training Curriculum on School Violence and Violence in Schools

In the first part of this study, the question of school violence is examined, whether it is violence that occurs at school as a result of external pressures (cultural, social, and familiar) or violence that occurs within the school’s organisational

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Study of the Implementation of Integrated Science Curriculum at Grade 8 in Bangladesh: An Approach towards Challenges and Way Forward

This paper looks at the challenges science teachers experience when implementing the integrated Science Curriculum 2012 in Grade 8 and suggests a solution for overcoming them. A mixed-methods technique was used to perform the study. Bangladeshi Grade 8 Science teachers

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Public Policy for Regulating the Interaction between Labor Market Supply and Higher Education Demand in Israel: A Case Study

In recent decades, the global labour market in general, and the Israeli labour market in particular, have seen significant changes, affecting the availability of jobs in many occupations. The study’s objectives are as follows: To begin, determine the relationship between

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Trips and Readings from the Split House: Melville, Stone, Moby Dick, and Platoon

In this essay, Oliver Stone’s film Platoon is compared to Herman Melville’s classic Moby Dick as stories in which two protagonists, Chris and Ishmael, leave their homeland on a perilous voyage. Ishmael joins the whaling Pequod, seeking whales in the

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Study about Cultural Implications for Learners’ Effectiveness as Governors of Schools in Rural South Africa

The South African Schools Act, 84 of 1996, establishes School Governing Bodies, which allows stakeholders such as parents, educators, and students to actively engage in school governance decision-making processes. The Act further states that learners should be given a full

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Civic Competences Aspect in the Educational Process of Pupils from Socio-economically Disadvantaged Backgrounds

Every one of us will experience an emergency at some point in our lives, whether it’s a fire, an accident, a traffic collision, or a natural disaster, and it’s critical that we know how to recognise them and respond appropriately.

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A Study on Applications of Systems Engineering to Holistic Didactics

There are a variety of techniques that math and statistics teachers have used to make statistics more engaging and hence improve student success. One of these strategies is to connect the app to something intriguing. However, going back into the

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