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The Effects of Maternal Disciplining Behaviors on the Development of Self-Assertion, Self-Regulation, and Compliance in Latino Toddlers: Implications for Early Childhood Education

This study explores the effects of maternal disciplining behaviors on Latino toddlers' development of self-regulation, self-assertion, and compliance. The results have implications for practice.

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Asynchronous Virtual Conversations as Professional Development for In-Service History Teachers

This paper advances a continuing line of inquiry into the potential of digital educative curriculum materials to support in-service teachers’ development of professional teaching knowledge.

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Teacher Evaluation and Improving Mathematics Instruction: A Change Model for Implementing Productive Feedback

This paper focuses on a change model for implementing productive feedback from teacher observations to improve instruction in upper elementary mathematics classrooms.

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Integrating Gender Equity into Community-Based Parent Education: Evaluation and Reflections

A community-based parent education project integrated with gender equity principles was developed and implemented. Preliminary analyses suggest that the project was satisfactory and helpful in raising adults' gender consciousness.

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Examining the Methodological Implications of International Classroom Research

This study examines the methodological implications of adapting research design and connecting the findings of a large-scale international classroom video study to a small-scale classroom video study in Brunei Darussalam.

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Developing Middle School Students’ Conceptions of the Particulate Nature of Matter

This study examines the impact of a teaching intervention for the particulate nature of matter on the development of middle school students’ conceptions.

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Three Birds with One Stone: Empower, Include, and Sustain the Emirati Community Program; Kayani

This paper describes a project that turned Emirati non-working house wives into teachers assistants to support the country's initiative to include learners with disabilities in mainstream schools.

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Importance of Tacit Knowledge for a Successful Graduation from the University Students’ Point of View

This study focuses on the perception of importance of tacit knowledge from university students' point of view and situations connected with student’s life in which tacit knowledge is important.

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Implementing Inclusive Education: A Case of KwaZulu-Natal’s Department of Education, South Africa

The purpose of this paper is to describe an innovative teaching and learning practice in which thirty final-year pre-service student teachers in South Africa used digital stories to reflect.

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Introducing the Flipped Classroom Strategy in the Learning of Year Nine Factorization

This study examines the flipped classroom strategy that was used in the learning of Year Nine Factorization in an all-girls high school in Brunei Darussalam.

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