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Social and Institutional issues in the Adoption of School-based Technology-aided Sexual Health Education Program
English

Angella Musiimenta
2013 Online Journal of Public Health Informatics  
These mediators were: perceived students' vulnerability to HIV and unwanted pregnancies; teachers' skills and willingness to deliver the intervention, management support; match with routine workflow, social-cultural  ...  This study aimed to obtain rich insights into the facilitating or inhibiting mediators for the implementation of a schoolbased sexual health education intervention in Uganda.  ...  The third option was adopted in this study, and a second case study -the Abandoned Implementation School (AIS) -was a polar opposite school that was selected mainly to see how Acknowledgement This work  ... 
doi:10.5210/ojphi.v5i2.4654 pmid:23923098 pmcid:PMC3733757 fatcat:of5z4o6q6fdcjmkxlisk2dgvly

'We are never invited': School children using collage to envision care and support in rural schools

Fumane P Khanare, Naydene de Lange
2017 South African Journal of Education  
provided for vulnerable children.  ...  In a rural ecology this is even more so the case.  ...  "There should be computers": Improve access to on-line information Secondary school children in rural schools indicate how access to computers and internet improve knowledge and skills related to HIV and  ... 
doi:10.15700/saje.v37n1a1271 fatcat:ookyph5yovba3jzkwwnb5z37li

The Creation of Technological Interactive Cerdik BM Series 1 as an Innovation of Pedagogical Tool to Support Malay Language Skills

2019 VOLUME-8 ISSUE-10, AUGUST 2019, REGULAR ISSUE  
Education is a process of growth and development as a result of individual interaction with the social and physical spheres.  ...  Interviews with semi-structured protocols were conducted on ten LINUS teachers and six Linus students in Northern Malaysia.  ...  Special thank also for Research and Innovation Management Center, Universiti Utara Malaysia, Kedah for the administration of this study.  ... 
doi:10.35940/ijitee.l2486.1081219 fatcat:tipo74t6nfhxdbqge3iocwrbx4

Design Of A Science, Technology, Engineering, Art And Math (Steam) Program Based On Digital Fabrication And Do-It-Yourself (Diy) Philosophy Focusing On Health And Humanitarian Response In Low Income Schools In Perú

Karim Salazar-Salinas, Luis E. Flores-Olazo, Angélica M. Echevarria-Palomino
2018 Zenodo  
scientific experience in public schools from vulnerable areas.  ...  We believe that a humanitarian and health-oriented educational program will give students and teacher's knowledge and positive attitude to confront any challenge in their community, making possible an  ...  Acknowledgments We acknowledge financial support from Chevron and Fab Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1344454 fatcat:otjn43amkffpneglybxnxm5dti

Experiences and outcomes from a traveling innovation lab experiment

Florian Saegebrecht, Christian John, Peter Schmiedgen, Jörg Rainer Noennig
2019 Measuring Business Excellence  
in rural regions.  ...  Purpose -The purpose of this paper is a case study evaluation based on a mobile innovation lab experimenta new training and service format that offers innovation trainings on a mobile basis for schools  ...  However, these spaces are often not equipped for workshop formats and the environment is too familiar which hinders innovative thinking (Noennig, 2011) .  ... 
doi:10.1108/mbe-11-2018-0101 fatcat:zgz2njcek5bdjaceqj3uh444aa

The " Journey to Becoming" Pre - Service T eachers' Experiences and Understandings of Rural School Practicum in a South African Context

Tabitha Grace Mukeredzi
2016 Global Education Review  
One way to cope with these complexities is for teacher education programmes to adequately prepare pre-service teachers for work in rural environments.  ...  in a rural setting.  ...  , friendly and caring," "a friendly residence," "I don't think I will be lonely".  ... 
doaj:8f8e6814f594425fab885b596034e2ed fatcat:vfvwxxtrzfbnlmp4iznt3ujwqm

Challenges and opportunities for teacher professional development in interactive use of technology in African schools

Sara Hennessy, Bjoern Haßler, Riikka Hofmann
2015 Technology, Pedagogy and Education  
They include school organisation and leadership, teacher motivation and perceptions of opportunities for professional learning and change, teacher views of pupil capabilities, availability of resources  ...  The research and development involved teachers in three Zambian primary schools and culminated in an extensive multimedia resource.  ...  Acknowledgements 27 We are most grateful to the teachers and the school who participated in our trials for their enthusiasm and support.  ... 
doi:10.1080/1475939x.2015.1092466 fatcat:qv4njpqqojff7cixfpd7a2t7ty

Understanding the Opportunities and Challenges of Introducing Computational Crafts to Alternative High School Students [chapter]

Maneksha DuMont, Victor R. Lee
2015 Educational Media and Technology Yearbook  
Endorsed sharing must be consistent with a broader history students bring with them to the learning environment because there is a vulnerability that may be present.  ...  Computational crafts have potential for developing necessary thinking skills, promoting aspects of empowerment and appealing to a diverse population who may not otherwise relate to computing.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-14188-6_7 fatcat:efnq4y3pfvb7bl6tiokrqtfoiu

Evaluation of Computational Thinking using four educational robots with primary school students in Peru

Ronald Paucar-Curasma, Klinge Villalba-Condori, Dennis Arias-Chavez, Nguyen-Thinh Le, Gino Garcia-Tejada, Ismar Frango-Silveira
2022 Education in the Knowledge Society  
Computational Thinking was evaluated using computational concepts like sequences, cycles, events, parallelism, conditionals, operators, and data manipulation.  ...  In this sense, the use of programmable robots brings many of the advantages of educational robotics for teaching fundamental aspects of Computing.  ...  Currently, robotics has been introduced in all fields of science; for example, research in robotics is not only led by the United States, Europe, and Japan.  ... 
doi:10.14201/eks.26161 fatcat:bw6tac7k5fcmlej43t55alohlu

ICT and education: A critical role in human and social development

2010 Information Technology for Development  
so in developing regions and underserved communities.  ...  The articles in this special issues address the questions of how ICTs can enable education to change or improve the lives of people, important educational goals in all parts of the world, but particularly  ...  Acknowledgments We acknowledge the authors of all the submitted articles and all who helped in the review process of the special issue.  ... 
doi:10.1080/02681102.2010.506051 fatcat:a5zp3676ondulmzm6h7hq6aixq

Child as Researcher: Within and Beyond the Classroom

Shelley Kinash, Maddison Hoffman
2008 Australian Journal of Teacher Education  
This article was authored by a university educator and a twelve year-old child. The first author was a visiting teacher to a small, rural, state primary school in Queensland Australia.  ...  The article offers process implications for teachers and teacher educators seeking to support children as researchers within and beyond the school.  ...  As a visiting teacher from the university, the first author engaged in the research process one day per week, withdrawing into other environments and pursuits 80% of her career time.  ... 
doi:10.14221/ajte.2008v33n6.6 fatcat:zaiocrsbwfhgbmhepvx4bsuy7i

Constructionism 3.0: The emergence of digital fabrication learning in K-12 educational technology: A four-decade narrative history of objects-to-think-with

Melvin LaPrade, Sherry Lassiter
2021 Zenodo  
Distinctly and in tandem, constructionism (an educational philosophy) and digital fabrication (a process or workflow in which manufacturing machines and tools are controlled by computer) have received  ...  A final section probes the role of constructionist approaches in teaching and learning with digital fabrication technology.  ...  The first fab labs, established in inner city Boston, rural India, and rural Norway formed the beginnings of a global network of digital fabrication labs that today number more than 2000 fab labs in over  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5169829 fatcat:pmg75tho5vdwvmwb6xw47ayyji

Teaching of writing in two rural multigrade classes in the Western Cape

Bernita Blease, Janet Condy
2015 Reading & Writing  
Writing in rural multigrade Foundation Phase schools is a largely neglected area for teacher development and research. Even those teaching multigrade classes are not sure how to approach it.  ...  This research was a qualitative study embedded within an interpretive case study. Two Foundation Phase teachers working in multigrade classrooms were purposively selected for this research.  ...  Acknowledgements Competing interests The authors declare that they have no financial or personal relationships which may have inappropriately influenced them in writing this article.  ... 
doi:10.4102/rw.v6i1.58 fatcat:o3kcc2ujynfe5l2hwlsdt4w6em

Researcher Identity, Narrative Inquiry, and Language Teaching Research

Bonny Norton, Margaret Early
2011 TESOL Quarterly (Print)  
of teaching through the medium of English as an additional language in a poorly resourced rural school.  ...  To address this question, we draw on a digital literacy study in multilingual Uganda to narrate how we engaged in our own storytelling, and the process by which we invited teachers to share their experiences  ...  Extract 12: So what I think we will do is get some feedback from the students, and I think that's also good for the teachers to hear.  ... 
doi:10.5054/tq.2011.261161 fatcat:m5bkmk6fmbhh3f4uoryykrii2e

Teachers' perspectives of teaching science-technology-society in local cultures: A sociocultural analysis

J. R. McGinnis, P. Simmons
1999 Science Education  
Five teachers completed either a summer workshop or academic year class on  ...  topics that teachers generally perceived as not forbidden and as proper topics for discussion in local cultures) were employed in this study to investigate the perceptions of science teachers about controversial  ...  This act promoted respect for the teacher as a professional practicing in a complex environment.  ... 
doi:10.1002/(sici)1098-237x(199903)83:2<179::aid-sce6>3.0.co;2-x fatcat:vd6mnnwhibcaleo3p4djiind2u
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