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Mathematics for teaching in a professional learning network: Complexity inquiry
Numerous mathematics teachers nowadays have turned to online professional learning networks (PLNs) to carry on their professional learning. Very few related studies have revealed the implications of mathematics teachers’ ...
Motivating disengaged and disenchanted adolescents: A literature review
Self-determination theory, which focuses on autonomy, competence, and relatedness, needs to be modified to include a fourth essential psychological need: aesthetic experience. The following literature review uses a practical ...
Varieties of culture shock for international teachers to consider: A literature review
This paper examines contextual information critical to teachers who go overseas to work in international schools. When teachers move abroad to work, they become sojourners between cultures. Rich learning and growth awaits ...
Towards equity in high school physics education: A literature review
This literature review explores the issue of underrepresentation of women in physics by framing the topic as a journey towards equity, with many barriers along the way and which persists, yet at a slow pace. The journey ...
The experiences and perceived differences in working conditions among early childhood educators who have worked in both for-profit and non-profit childcare centres
One benefit to joining a professional association is the monitored adherence to quality. Thus, it is expected that members from a professional association adhere to higher quality standards. One indicator of quality in any ...
Get off my lawn: Why capitalism’s monopoly on innovation is bad for us all and what educators can do about it
Innovation has many definitions such as generating wealth through ideas in business settings like a new product being brought to market. It can also mean applying creativity in psychology such as a new theoretical perspective ...