Affective Teaching - A Place for Emotion in Classroom Learning
"Teaching and learning nearly always take place in a social context. Intellectual growth also brings about changes in the social and emotional facets of both teachers and students. Teaching and learning are greatly affected by the quality of relationships...
Exploring Spirituality in the Teacher-Leadership Role of Mentoring Through Collaborative Action Research
Colleague mentorship can transform teachers’ practice and the school culture. “This paper reports on a collaborative action research project exploring spirituality in teacher-leadership through the life-world of a New Zealand Christian school principal.”
Flipped Classrooms Improve Reading Comprehension of Science Textbooks
Grade 9-Grade 12
Faced with a class failing to understand their biology textbooks, this teacher looked for a new strategy. “A review of relevant literature and dialogue with other educators suggested that implementing a variation of the flipped classroom might alleviate...
Pastoral Care, Action Research, and Teaching as a Profession - Can ‘Joining the Dots’ Facilitate Teacher Reflection
"Educators have increasingly demonstrated commitment to, and invested much effort in advancing the cause of pastoral care, action research, and the status of teaching as a profession, over the last two decades. What is largely unrecognized is how these...
Student Perceptions of the Integration of Faith , Learning and Practice in a Selected Education Course
This paper presents the results of a study conducted in a Christian teacher education program which describes students' perceptions of the integration of faith, learning, and practice in education contexts. The study answers the following questions: (1) How...
Teaching academic writing to graduate English as Second Language students: the effects of instruction on student academic writing at the Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies (AIIAS), Philippines
The purpose of this study was to determine, through action research, the effects of instruction on graduate English Second Language (ESL) student academic writing at the Adventist International Institute of Advanced Studies (AIIAS).
The formal, the planned, and the learned curriculum in an elementary education methods course for mathematics - Three perspectives on course content
One of the most common questions mathematics teachers hear from their students is a question of content value: "When am I ever going to use this?" This research paper looks at the question of content value for students enrolled in an elementary methods...