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Vectors of Students' Practice-Oriented Professional Training in Teacher Education Universities

Natal'ya D. Koletvinova
2015 Review of European Studies  
with their academic and educational orientation, mastered the competence of multi-level professional communication.  ...  The relevance of this problem is caused by insufficient degree of elaboration of the theoretical and practical foundations of practice-oriented professional training for students in teacher education universities  ...  Without that the practice-oriented training remains for students as an extra learning complexity.  ... 
doi:10.5539/res.v7n4p59 fatcat:xcad5ci27zadjf2i4lbeqkdrg4

A Model for Infusing Cultural Diversity Concepts Across the Curriculum

Barbara Flannery, Maureen Vanterpool
1990 To Improve the Academy  
Preparing students for a changing technological, physical, social, economic, and political world is a goal in most academic disciplines.  ...  These institutional efforts are often very significant in individual programs and departments, particularly those with an already high interest in cultural issues, such as sociology, political science,  ...  Skills in the affective domain are critical in preparing students for life in an increasingly diverse world.  ... 
doi:10.1002/j.2334-4822.1990.tb00173.x fatcat:wooi2swrwrcv3nnssluncnshwq

DEVELOPING an ENGLISH PERFORMANCE TEST for INCOMING INDONESIAN COLLEGE STUDENTS

Bill Glenny Wullur
2011 Indonesian Journal of Applied Linguistics  
Bill Glenny Wullur Developing an English performance test for incoming Indonesian students  ...  A placement test is "designed to assess students' level of language proficiency so that they can be placed in the appropriate course or class" (Alderson, Clapham and Wall, 1995) .  ...  Bill Glenny Wullur Developing an English performance test for incoming Indonesian students METHODOLOGY Research methodology in this study uses a combination of a priori and post priori approach for  ... 
doi:10.17509/ijal.v1i1.99 fatcat:tn2rwucxgzf7thsa5f5vyeeb6u

Class and objectification: An investigation into the relationship between women's social class and self- and other-objectification

Qian Ma, Steve Loughnan, Rachel A. Annunziato
2019 PLoS ONE  
self-objectification levels, while Study 2 turned towards the relationship between social class and other-objectification among 82 non-student British women.  ...  Two online studies comprising of multiple questionnaires were conducted: Study 1 examined the association between the social class (both objective and subjective) of 198 non-student British women and their  ...  Acknowledgments We would like to acknowledge the role of the Leverhulme Prize in funding this work. Author Contributions Conceptualization: Qian Ma, Steve Loughnan.  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0214111 pmid:31039151 pmcid:PMC6490888 fatcat:hec7cks4ljb6zoreb7eyvh5ez4

Evidence for Increasing Diversity in Graduate Medical Education: The Competence of Underrepresented Minority Residents Measured by an Intern Objective Structured Clinical Examination

Monica L. Lypson, Paula T. Ross, Stanley J. Hamstra, Hilary M. Haftel, Larry D. Gruppen, Lisa M. Colletti
2010 Journal of Graduate Medical Education  
At the University of Michigan, an objective structured clinical examination is administered to incoming residents at the beginning of training to determine baseline competence.  ...  As standardized measures typically assess knowledgebased competencies, almost all medical schools have also incorporated objective structured clinical examinations (OSCEs) as a means of assessing students  ... 
doi:10.4300/jgme-d-10-00050.1 pmid:21976083 pmcid:PMC2951774 fatcat:c5mo2bjfw5bo7facc7bietgxqa

Establishing a Systems & ICT Master program in the International Framework

Emmanuel Witrant, Jean-Marc Thiriet, Nicolas Retière
2011 Journal sur l'enseignement des sciences et technologies de l'information et des systèmes  
The organization and recognition issues for student exchange objectives between the European Union (EU) and the United States of America (US) are discussed.  ...  The education objectives are set according to the latest concepts developed in ICT for process automation, with clear specifications towards engineering and industry.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank the M2-IPA students, for their motivation and belief in highest education benefits, the teaching staff, for their enthusiastic involvement in this international  ... 
doi:10.1051/j3ea/2011005 fatcat:crhc6cfuyvgmlj6felypctf3dq

Educating for a systems design approach to complex societal problems

Jairo da Costa Junior, Jan Carel Diehl, Fernando Secomandi
2018 Journal of engineering design  
This paper reports on a master's-level course that aims to build the capacity for design engineering students to adopt a Systems Design Approach comprised of the integration of Product-Service System (  ...  We argue that capacity building for a systems design approach to complex societal problems, such as those faced in low-income energy markets, can support future generations of design engineers to take  ...  In this context, we argue the need for enhancing students' competences to better deal with complexity.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09544828.2018.1436162 fatcat:q747quqluncatpbh4gg5wjkcgq

The Impact of Achievement Goals on Cardiorespiratory Fitness: Does Self-Efficacy Make a Difference?

Zan Gao, Ping Xiang, Marc Lochbaum, Jianmin Guan
2013 Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport  
Study implications are provided for educators and practitioners.  ...  Results: Structural equation modeling demonstrated an acceptable model fit to the data, x 2 (2, N ¼ 105) ¼ 1.66.  ...  The overall variance in students' PACER performance (16%) explained by the model was lower than the amount of variance (28%) in objective physical activity levels in physical education accounted for by  ... 
doi:10.1080/02701367.2013.814908 pmid:24261010 fatcat:uiadgmy75nbxvad3tfwrwa5gxy

Page 3494 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 78, Issue 12 [page]

1991 Psychological Abstracts  
Students who participated in a 2-yr social decision-mak- ing and problem-solving program in elementary school showed higher levels of positive prosocial behavior and lower levels of antisocial, self-destructive  ...  Counselors were almost unanimous in their preference for a feeling orientation to counseling, whereas the majority of male clients preferred either a thinking or acting orientation.  ... 

Household wealth and adolescents' social-emotional functioning in schools

Robert K. Ream, Michael A. Gottfried
2019 Social Science Research  
- and middle-class adolescents than the highest class which appears to have the least to gain, in terms of social-emotional competencies, from an increase in household wealth.  ...  By emphasizing wealth in the production of classed social-emotional competencies not captured by test scores, our findings suggest that the growth of household wealth has a more salient effect for lower  ...  In Panel A, for example, the lowest class by wealth has the most to gain, in terms of social-emotional competencies, from an increase in wealth.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ssresearch.2019.06.007 pmid:31422831 fatcat:q6i5sdkrqrarfaxhrm74h3g3pq

Career Value Orientation of Psychology Students in Ho Chi Minh City

Phan Hong Nguyen
2017 International Research in Education  
This paper presents the reality of career value orientation of psychology students in Ho Chi Minh City. The findings are: the career value orientation of this cohort falls in the level of "good".  ...  In order for students to have a stable career and good contribution to their future career, their career value orientation needs to fall in a higher degree – they need to obtain a full awareness of the  ...  International Research in Education ISSN 2327-5499 2017, Vol. 5, No. 1 ISSN 2327-5499 2017 International Research in Education  ... 
doi:10.5296/ire.v5i1.10548 fatcat:jg4i654tu5gx7krh3kyfy2hcvu

Theoretical foundations of engagement in mathematics

Helen M. G. Watt, Merrilyn Goos
2017 Mathematics Education Research Journal  
Together, the papers which comprise this volume offer an important contribution to setting the agenda for future research in this area.  ...  emphases) and "outside-in" (system and context) frameworks.  ...  Student-perceived teaching for meaning and support for competence (but not autonomy, which was rated lower by girls) fostered students' adaptive mastery goals, which, in turn, positively predicted both  ... 
doi:10.1007/s13394-017-0206-6 fatcat:z2zk4vmmrbb4zl3qcueyfjuwqy

Cultural influence on generational gaps. A case for medical education in the Gulf region
English

Amal Bukhari, Yoon Park, Omayma Hamed, Ara Tekian
2019 Saudi Medical Journal  
To explores cultural differences between generations of faculty and students in undergraduate medical education and to develop an educational framework for stakeholders involvement.  ...  A survey was administered on students and faculty members to measure generational differences using Hofstede's dimensions of cultural orientation.  ...  The same reason makes them competitive in class "Compete in class to get high marks".  ... 
doi:10.15537/smj.2019.6.23863 pmid:31219496 pmcid:PMC6778760 fatcat:ser2hvtwrrhspkvrdsroln6zvy

Having less, giving more: The influence of social class on prosocial behavior

Paul K. Piff, Michael W. Kraus, Stéphane Côté, Bonnie Hayden Cheng, Dacher Keltner
2010 Journal of Personality and Social Psychology  
The authors hypothesized, by contrast, that lower class individuals orient to the welfare of others as a means to adapt to their more hostile environments and that this orientation gives rise to greater  ...  Implications for social class, prosocial behavior, and economic inequality are discussed. contributed equally to the development of this project. We would like to thank  ...  We also simultaneously sought to account for effects of objective social class and included an assessment of annual income that we expected would independently predict greater prosocial behavior, thus  ... 
doi:10.1037/a0020092 pmid:20649364 fatcat:6htzvxxogndyrd2pxs6mvctwhy

The High Impact of Education Abroad: College Students' Engagement in International Experiences and the Development of Intercultural Competencies

Michael J. Stebleton, Krista M. Soria, Blythe T. Cherney
2013 Frontiers  
This study attempts to discover whether the different study abroad activities in which students participate yield different outcomes for the development of students' global and intercultural competencies  ...  The five travel and study abroad measures analyzed include experiences in a university study abroad program; study abroad program affiliated with another college or university; travel abroad for cross-cultural  ...  Finally, low-income and working-class students reported higher gains in all five competency areas compared to their referent groups.  ... 
doi:10.36366/frontiers.v22i1.316 fatcat:nvksx6jjm5czdcnf7frg6x6atq
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