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Non-Formal Education: Developing Skills and Competencies through Voluntary Activities and Its Recognition in France

From a comprehensive posture we seek to analyze the voluntary activities as an example of non-formal education.

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Published online: October 14, 2014

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Academic Dialogue: Towards the Understanding of Professional Learning in Academia

This paper presents a qualitative study that attempts to identify different aspects of professional learning arising from academic dialogue and explore how such learning comes about.

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The Narrative Reconstruction of a Transnational Experience: Personal, Professional, and Scholarly Reflection and Development

This narrative self-study research focuses on how my transnational experience from Korea to Canada has interacted with my personal, professional (language teaching), and scholarly identities.

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From Passive to Active: Early Childhood Teachers as Researchers of Their Practice in Hong Kong

This qualitative pilot study aims to examine how an inquiry-based Integrated Field Studies (IFS) course could help to facilitate early childhood teachers to become researchers of their own practice.

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The International Journal of Adult, Community, and Professional Learning , Volume 20, Issue 4, October 2014

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Improving Students’ Learning through Scholarly Teaching: A Model

Through Guided Self-Study Inquiry, a collaborative study between the academic developer and two teachers was undertaken to promote scholarly teaching. I share the emerging model and results of this collaboration.

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Accreditation Policies and Changing Patterns of Higher Education in Europe

European education policy promotes the vocationalisation of higher education through the emphasis in the graduates’ employability and accreditation policies, the latter being associated with the promotion of lifelong learning.

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Student-Teacher Relationships in Higher Education Voice Studios: Consideration of the Influence of Sartre’s Principles

The research explores several existentialist principles of Jean-Paul Sartre and how they may inform, influence and re-conceptualise the manner in which voice is instructed in higher education.

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Using Self-assessed Online Discussion to Stimulate Reflection on Mathematics Education by Pre-service Teachers

A combination of readings, online reflections and peer discussion, and self-assessment benefited student learning in mathematics education.

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Student Academic Learning Failure and Workload Strategies: What Does It Mean for Universities?

This paper studies the effect of three study load strategies (reduce, maintain or increase load) upon students who have earned failing grades in a previous university semester.

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