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Methods To Form Of Students Media Competence, Akbar Oynabekovich Otabekov May 2022

Methods To Form Of Students Media Competence, Akbar Oynabekovich Otabekov

Mental Enlightenment Scientific-Methodological Journal

This article provides information on developing students' understanding of media competence.


Relationship Between Students, Teachers And Parents In Low Budget Schools: A Study In Delhi/Ncr, India, Deepika Saxena May 2022

Relationship Between Students, Teachers And Parents In Low Budget Schools: A Study In Delhi/Ncr, India, Deepika Saxena

Interscience Management Review

Low budget schools are those schools that charges less so that the poor children can get educated. And this paper focuses on the relationship between the students, teachers, and parents of low budget schools and the problems that the students of these school’s face in comparison to private school students. The study also addresses the problem of varying expectations of the parents and teachers. This is an exploratory study with primary data gathering sources including personal interviews, surveys, workshops and discussions with principal of various low budget schools is used for the study. Data analysis has been done through ...


Problems Of Formation Of Pedagogical Competence Of Physical Education Teachers, Bobur Normamatovich Mengliev Apr 2022

Problems Of Formation Of Pedagogical Competence Of Physical Education Teachers, Bobur Normamatovich Mengliev

Eurasian Journal of Sport Science

Aim: Coordination of supply and demand for physical education specialists in the labor market, analysis of the "National Qualifications System", which is the basic mechanism for ensuring the competitiveness of teachers in the educational services market.

Methods: make both theoretical and practical conclusions based on the results of a systematic analysis of regulatory documents, scientific and methodological literature and expert assessments.

Results: The main criterion for the formation of pedagogical competence among physical culture specialists is the adoption of such legislative acts as “On measures to organize the activities of the national system of professional skills, knowledge and skills in ...


Leadership Teams Supporting Teacher Wellbeing By Improving The Culture Of An Australian Secondary School, Geoffrey W. Lummis, Julia E. Morris, Catherine Ferguson, Susan Hill, Graeme Lock Mar 2022

Leadership Teams Supporting Teacher Wellbeing By Improving The Culture Of An Australian Secondary School, Geoffrey W. Lummis, Julia E. Morris, Catherine Ferguson, Susan Hill, Graeme Lock

Research outputs 2022 to 2026

This research explored teachers’ experiences of school and their work-related wellbeing, from the perspective that work-related wellbeing is an organisational responsibility. A single case study was enacted in an urban Western Australian secondary school to explore the relationship between school organisational health and teacher wellbeing. A mixed method pre-test phase determined professional growth, professional interaction and role clarity were areas of organisational health that yielded divergent responses from staff. Subsequently, the school’s leadership team implemented interventions to improve these domains, and post-intervention data collection was conducted 18 months later to determine any changes. Qualitative data showed improvements in the ...


Presence And Reflection Are Key: A Review Of The Art Of Reflective Teaching: Practicing Presence, Whitney Wichman Feb 2022

Presence And Reflection Are Key: A Review Of The Art Of Reflective Teaching: Practicing Presence, Whitney Wichman

The Montana English Journal

This book review provides an overview of and shares the key takeaways from Carol R. Rodgers’s newly published book, The Art of Reflective Teaching: Practicing Presence. Additionally, the author of the article suggests how the takeaways from this professional book could be helpful for teachers.


Analysis Of Synonyms For The Concept Of Teacher In German And Uzbek, Rustamjon Adhamjonovich Mamasoliev Jan 2022

Analysis Of Synonyms For The Concept Of Teacher In German And Uzbek, Rustamjon Adhamjonovich Mamasoliev

Mental Enlightenment Scientific-Methodological Journal

In this article has been expressed the functions of the concept “Teacher” and realized in specific discourse. Therefore, the author showed using the concept ”Teacher” and also the paper deals with synonyms of the concept as well


Get The Arts Outdoors: Merging Arts And Nature In Outdoor Education At The Ymca, Puneet Dhaliwal Jan 2022

Get The Arts Outdoors: Merging Arts And Nature In Outdoor Education At The Ymca, Puneet Dhaliwal

SASAH 4th Year Capstone and Other Projects: Publications

As part of my SASAH experiential learning requirement, I worked at the YMCA Cedar Glen Outdoor Centre during the Fall/Winter term of 2021/22. Although I had previously worked at the outdoor centre as an educator teaching groups, this year was a different experience due to the new responsibilities and unique learning opportunities presented by the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic. Throughout the year, I was responsible for the creation of lesson plans merging the arts and sciences in an outdoor setting according to the curriculum requirements of Ontario’s Ministry of Education. Moreover, I implemented inclusive learning options ...


Student Peer Bullying In Christian Schools: Is There A Difference?, Kevin Petrie Dec 2021

Student Peer Bullying In Christian Schools: Is There A Difference?, Kevin Petrie

Education Book Chapters

Student peer bullying is acknowledged as a significant issue in schools, with data indicating both its prevalence and its negative impact on student outcomes. However, less is known about the prevalence of bullying in Christian schools and how this compares to the level in the general school population. In this study, data was collected from seven schools, one of which was an independent Christian school, in an urban region of Australia. The results indicate that self-reported victimisation in the Christian school (in the moderate and severe range) was higher than the average across the seven schools (22.03% vs 18 ...


Reflections, Relationships And Art Class, Rochelle St. Martin Pettenati Dec 2021

Reflections, Relationships And Art Class, Rochelle St. Martin Pettenati

Artizein: Arts and Teaching Journal

My homeroom class was 8H. At that time the district grouped students homogeneously by rank or GPA. The “lowest” ranking class was 8H and they were mine. I remember the first day I met them, I was full of knowledge after completing my Master of Art Education just a few months before. I knew just what to do, just what to say. Undoubtedly, the students would love and respect me, and I would inspire them and teach them to love art. They would use art as another language for learning, I would differentiate to meet their needs and identify their ...


Extinguishing The Fuse Of Teacher Burnout, Elizabeth Pfeifle Dec 2021

Extinguishing The Fuse Of Teacher Burnout, Elizabeth Pfeifle

Dissertations, Theses, and Projects

In the 1970’s, Herbert Freudenberger, defined teacher burnout as being a state of exhaustion or displeasure brought on by professional relationships that failed to generate predictable rewards. Teacher burnout is defined by three themes, emotional exhaustion, depersonalization, and lack of personal accomplishment.

Some indications of teacher burnout consist of sleeping and fatigue issues, constantly neglecting or having difficulties with focusing, weight and appetite concerns, and depression and anxiety (Tapp, 2021). In 2021, an evaluation was given to teachers highlighting how they are feeling and if they feel like leaving or are planning to leave the education world. They found ...


Racial Diversity Of Texas School Teachers, Julie Ann Olguin-Phillips Dec 2021

Racial Diversity Of Texas School Teachers, Julie Ann Olguin-Phillips

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

There is a growing gap between the racial demographics of public-school teachers and their students. Teachers with demographic backgrounds similar to a school’s student population are often successful, particularly in Title 1 schools with high proportions of minority students; however, teacher turnover is high. The students in Texas public schools are a growing minority-majority population. Changes in the student body racial composition and other school-related variables could influence teacher workforce demographics. The focus of discussion of this quantitative research study is to determine the factors that predict the racial diversity of teachers in Texas high schools. The research questions ...


Educators' Experiences With Teaching During Covid-19: Journey Of A Participatory Action Research Inquiry Team, Alexandra C. Daub, Sara Villanueva, Maricruz Flores Vasquez, Maria Cristina Soares, Kristen Erdem, Tonya Huber Nov 2021

Educators' Experiences With Teaching During Covid-19: Journey Of A Participatory Action Research Inquiry Team, Alexandra C. Daub, Sara Villanueva, Maricruz Flores Vasquez, Maria Cristina Soares, Kristen Erdem, Tonya Huber

Journal of Multicultural Affairs

In 2015, the United Nations (UN) issued 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs, 2030) for everyone in this world to address. The need to act on these goals was intensified in 2020 when the world faced the COVID-19 pandemic spotlighting inequitable infrastructures and systems throughout many countries. The UN, in SDG4, urges us to “ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all” (UN, 2015, p. 21). To address this crisis, the International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET) and MESHGuides sent out a call for research to scholars across the globe to capture teacher voices and ...


Education On Boyer 4th Newsletter - November 2021, Education Department Nov 2021

Education On Boyer 4th Newsletter - November 2021, Education Department

Education Student Scholarship

"Education on Boyer 4th" is the newsletter for the Messiah University Department of Education. The newsletter consists of articles written by faculty, profiles highlighting faculty, current students, and alumni, "Photos from the Field," a student devotional, and more! The newsletter is put out monthly.


Education On Boyer 4th Newsletter - October 2021, Education Department Oct 2021

Education On Boyer 4th Newsletter - October 2021, Education Department

Education Student Scholarship

"Education on Boyer 4th" is the newsletter for the Messiah University Department of Education. The newsletter consists of articles written by faculty, profiles highlighting faculty, current students, and alumni, "Photos from the Field," a student devotional, and more! The newsletter is put out monthly.


Education On Boyer 4th Newsletter - September 2021, Education Department Sep 2021

Education On Boyer 4th Newsletter - September 2021, Education Department

Education Student Scholarship

"Education on Boyer 4th" is the newsletter for the Messiah University Department of Education. The newsletter consists of articles written by faculty, profiles highlighting faculty, current students, and alumni, "Photos from the Field," a student devotional, and more! The newsletter is put out monthly.


A Teacher's Companion For The Emerging Electric Orchestra, Rachael Greenman Aug 2021

A Teacher's Companion For The Emerging Electric Orchestra, Rachael Greenman

Recital Papers

Historically orchestral string instruments have been defined as classical instruments. As a result in primary and secondary school programs students have been relegated to playing music by Bach, Beethoven, and Mozart. Those programs and that world is rapidly evolving. A broad range of new electric string instruments and technologies are being introduced into the classroom and everything from pop to rock to show tunes are being played engaging students in new and exciting ways. The challenge for teachers and administrators is how to start such a program in their school. This thesis explores the unique challenges and opportunities that this ...


Multivariate Cluster Analysis Of The Teacher Stress Inventory (Tsi) Prior To And During Covid-19, Berenice Saez Aug 2021

Multivariate Cluster Analysis Of The Teacher Stress Inventory (Tsi) Prior To And During Covid-19, Berenice Saez

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic has caused a negative situation with no precedents in the education system of the United States (U.S.). To mitigate the spread of the virus, many school closures occurred nationwide, and schools transitioned from face-to-face instruction to a mixture of self-directed guide home education or online teaching. These drastic changes could be causing teachers, as many other professionals exposed to sudden adjustments (e.g., medical doctors/firefighters), to express high levels of stress, emotional burden, and anxiety. The purpose of this study is to compare the profiles of the teacher stress inventory (TSI) before ...


Perceptions Of Teachers In Educational Institutions Regarding The Principles Of Teaching Professional Ethics, Gulsah Aki, Nejat Ira, Hasan Arslan Aug 2021

Perceptions Of Teachers In Educational Institutions Regarding The Principles Of Teaching Professional Ethics, Gulsah Aki, Nejat Ira, Hasan Arslan

University of South Florida M3 Center Publishing

The aim of this study is to determine the characteristics that an ethical teacher should have, based on the teachers' opinions, to determine what can be done to raise the awareness of teaching professional ethics in teachers and to bring teachers' perspectives on teaching professional ethics principles to a conceptual analysis with focus group discussion. This research was carried out with the participation of 6 teachers working in public schools in the first semester of the 2020-2021 academic year. The focus group discussion was carried out with 6 teachers working in public schools and was held on an online platform ...


A Collective Case Study Of Teachers’ Perceptions Of Factors That Impact Teacher Retention At A Title I High School In A Southern U.S. State, Laronica Deniece Gilmore Aug 2021

A Collective Case Study Of Teachers’ Perceptions Of Factors That Impact Teacher Retention At A Title I High School In A Southern U.S. State, Laronica Deniece Gilmore

Doctoral Dissertations and Projects

The purpose of this collective case study was to understand secondary teachers’ perceptions of the factors that influenced teacher retention at a Title I high school in a southern U.S. state. Although researchers have investigated the problem of teacher retention, few have studied factors that have influenced teacher retention in Title 1 high schools. The theories that guided this study included job demands-resources theory which analyzes employee well-being. This collective case study captured the insights of 10–15 current and former teachers at a Title I high school in a southern U.S. state. Data were collected through interviews ...


Student Perceptions Of Their Engagement With Online Writing As Influenced By Their Teacher’S Presence At A Virtual High School: A Mixed Methods Study, Adrienne Harvie Jul 2021

Student Perceptions Of Their Engagement With Online Writing As Influenced By Their Teacher’S Presence At A Virtual High School: A Mixed Methods Study, Adrienne Harvie

Theses and Dissertations

This convergent mixed-methods action study explored the virtual high school student perception of how their engagement on writing assignments is affected by the presence of their English teacher in an online class. Research questions specifically focused on how teacher presence in the virtual classroom affects student engagement in online writing assignments. Another question asked how students perceive teacher presence in the virtual classroom and the third question examined how students perceived their engagement in online writing assignments is affected by teacher presence.

In this study two English teachers at a virtual high school were mentored by the researcher to increase ...


Mix It Up: Blended Collaborative Professional Development To Impact High School Teacher Efficacy, Briana Ghan Jul 2021

Mix It Up: Blended Collaborative Professional Development To Impact High School Teacher Efficacy, Briana Ghan

Theses and Dissertations

The purpose of this action research was to explore how a blended collaborative approach to professional development can influence teachers’ efficacy, collective efficacy, and collaboration in high school teachers. Three questions guided this study: (a) How and to what extent does teacher efficacy change with participation in a blended collaborative form of professional development?, (b) How and to what extent does collective teacher efficacy change with participation in a blended and collaborative form of professional development?, and (c) How does participation in a blended collaborative form of professional development affect sharing amongst participants?

Bandura’s sources of efficacy and the ...


Scaffolding Teacher Candidates In Developing Discourse And Acquiring Praxis, Laura Potuto Kaufmann Jul 2021

Scaffolding Teacher Candidates In Developing Discourse And Acquiring Praxis, Laura Potuto Kaufmann

Theses and Dissertations

This study examines what scaffolding practices impacted how teacher candidates assume teacher Discourse and develop teaching praxis. Vygotsky’s Zone of Proximal Development, Bruner’s Scaffolding, and Gee’s Discourse are used as a framework for this research. Using data from surveying and interviewing six new practicing teachers from two educator preparation programs, the qualitative analyses suggest that scaffolding through modeling, practice, and reflection have the strongest impact on how teacher candidates develop their Discourse and praxis.


Teachers’ Perceptions On Movement As A Teaching Tool, Mollie Jones Jun 2021

Teachers’ Perceptions On Movement As A Teaching Tool, Mollie Jones

Theses and Dissertations

Purposeful movement integration adds movement into the content areas with the physical activity involving the content (for example, math stations that involve students moving around the room). For background on the topic, student benefits, teachers' perspectives, constraints with movement, and teacher professional learning were researched. A quantitative study was conducted to investigate teachers’ change in perspectives and knowledge on purposeful movement intervention as well as increase the frequency of student movement experiences during and after a virtual professional development course. The results of a Hoteling’s T-Squared test concluded that there was a significant difference in the perceptions and knowledge ...


Development Of Musical Thinking In Students In The System Of Continuing Education As A Pedagogical Problem, Muslim Abilov May 2021

Development Of Musical Thinking In Students In The System Of Continuing Education As A Pedagogical Problem, Muslim Abilov

Mental Enlightenment Scientific-Methodological Journal

The article is devoted to the peculiarities of the implementation of pedagogical tasks in the development of students' musical thinking in the system of lifelong education.


Teacher Perception Towards The Use Of Information And Communication Technology (Ict) In Secondary Schools In Ebonyi State, Nigeria, Chinwe Enyi, Mkpoikanke Otu May 2021

Teacher Perception Towards The Use Of Information And Communication Technology (Ict) In Secondary Schools In Ebonyi State, Nigeria, Chinwe Enyi, Mkpoikanke Otu

Library Philosophy and Practice (e-journal)

The study examined the teacher perception towards the use of (ICT) in teaching Biology in secondary schools in Okposi education zone of Ebonyi state. Ten schools and all 15 Biology teachers in the schools were used for the study which adopted descriptive survey design. Two instruments were used. The first one was a checklist on availability of (ICT) facilities in schools while the second was a questionnaire for Biology teachers on their perception on the use of ICT and the problems militating against the integration of ICT in their work. Simple percentages and mean were used in answering the research ...


Education On Boyer 4th Newsletter - May 2021, Education Department May 2021

Education On Boyer 4th Newsletter - May 2021, Education Department

Education Student Scholarship

"Education on Boyer 4th" is the newsletter for the Messiah University Department of Education. The newsletter consists of articles written by faculty, profiles highlighting faculty, current students, and alumni, "Photos from the Field," a student devotional, and more! The newsletter is put out monthly.


Stemming The Tide Of Teacher Turnover: Supporting New Teachers Through A Comprehensive Cohort Model Induction Program, Shannon Bagwell Holmes Apr 2021

Stemming The Tide Of Teacher Turnover: Supporting New Teachers Through A Comprehensive Cohort Model Induction Program, Shannon Bagwell Holmes

Theses and Dissertations

The problem of practice addressed in this mixed methods, action research study was how to provide better support to beginning teachers. The main objectives were to provide more emotional and instructional support for teachers in years one through three. This additional support was provided using cohort group mentoring as an alternative to the traditional one-on-one mentoring model and extending the mentoring program to provide teachers on an annual and first-year continuing contract with a mentor.

Six themes emerged from the qualitative data gathered from observations and responses to interview and survey questions. The six themes discovered were (1) being involved ...


An Evaluation Of Beginning Teachers’ Perceptions Regarding The Implementation Effectiveness And Outcomes Of Teacher Induction Programming In Minnesota Public School Districts, Shorena Dolaberidze Apr 2021

An Evaluation Of Beginning Teachers’ Perceptions Regarding The Implementation Effectiveness And Outcomes Of Teacher Induction Programming In Minnesota Public School Districts, Shorena Dolaberidze

Culminating Projects in Education Administration and Leadership

Background

“No matter the quality of their preparation, new teachers encounter many distinct challenges as they navigate their first months and years in the classroom” (New Teacher Center, 2015, p.1). To empower new teachers and strengthen their performance during instructional times, as well as enhance the effectiveness of their contribution school wide, many school districts implement induction programming. “Research demonstrates that comprehensive, multi-year induction programs accelerate the professional growth of new teachers, reduce the rate of new teacher attrition, provide a stronger return on states’ and school districts’ investment, and improve student learning” (New Teacher Center, 2015, p. 2 ...


Principal Leadership Strategies In Addressing Teacher Recruitment And Retention In Rural Schools, Amanda Durnen Apr 2021

Principal Leadership Strategies In Addressing Teacher Recruitment And Retention In Rural Schools, Amanda Durnen

Education Doctorate Dissertations

This qualitative study explored principal leadership practices in addressing teacher recruitment and retention in rural schools. One-to-one interviews, a focus group interview, and a review of documents were the data sources for the study. The study produced three emergent themes from collected data: Influence of Structured Mentoring on Teacher Recruitment, Aligning Leadership with Rural Contextual Changes, and Leveraging Intentional Principal Support. Findings from the study conclude that principal leadership practices, including building supportive and transparent relationships with teachers and community, influence teacher recruitment and retention in rural school districts. The following recommendations are offered for related research in the field ...


Instructional Strategies And Rigor: Private School Administrator And Teacher Perspectives On Improving Minnesota’S College Mathematic Readiness, Nichelle Guillaume Apr 2021

Instructional Strategies And Rigor: Private School Administrator And Teacher Perspectives On Improving Minnesota’S College Mathematic Readiness, Nichelle Guillaume

Education Doctorate Dissertations

Instructional Strategies and Rigor: Private School Administrator and Teacher Perspectives on Improving Minnesota’s College Mathematic Readiness (May 2021)

This qualitative study explored private high school administrator and teacher perspectives on instructional strategies and rigor to improve Minnesota’s college mathematic readiness. Data collection sources for the study included individual interviews, focus groups, and document review. The study produced four emergent themes from the data collected in the individual interviews and focus groups: (a) Importance of Productive Struggle in Mathematic Instruction; (b) Necessary Balance of Mathematical Conceptual Understanding with Skill Acquisition; (c) Connection of Continuous Assessment to Mathematic Content Mastery ...