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Perceptions about Teaching Styles in the Development of a Teacher Profile

Our aim is to inquire into the teaching styles favoured by the students of the Master’s Degree in Secondary Education Initial Teacher Training by implementing a polymethodic perspective.

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Published online: July 27, 2015

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Applying Ethical Principles in the Photojournalism Classroom: A Case Study in Values-Based Education in a Student Media Environment

Survey results show that scholastic photojournalists often disagree with both professionals and instructors regarding the publication of graphic, spot news images having already developed their own sense of ethics.

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Published online: July 27, 2015

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Technology-based Change in Thai Education: The One Tablet Per Child Initiative

This paper evaluates the benefits and shortcomings of a technology-based government educational initiative in Thailand as well as proposed alternatives with a focus on equity in education.

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Serious Games: Tools for Learning

Serious Games are associated with childhood and youth, but serious games seek to promote, strengthen and give added value to the teaching and learning process for all ages.

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Transforming Teacher Education Programs: The Temporal Character of Teaching as Lived Experience

Understanding the work and experience of teaching requires that we distinguish the praxis of teaching as lived experience from the way it is represented in theory.

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Published online: July 24, 2015

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Learning to Teach through Reflection: Observations of ESL Student Teachers' Recorded Macro and Micro Teaching

This paper aims to investigate on the kinds of critical incidents which student teachers chose to reflect upon based on their observations of their peers recorded macro and micro teaching.

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Published online: July 24, 2015

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Characteristics of a Successful University Student

The goal was to define and categorize the most important characteristics of successful students. The primary features included motivation, strong-mindedness, fulfilling the school tasks, good grades and out-of-school activities.

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Published online: July 24, 2015

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Exploring the Transition from Project Based Learning to Problem Based Learning: A Tutor’s Perspective

The article focuses on a change in the academic framework and how the faculty served as an agent of change.

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Analysis of a Change of Leadership at a Thai University

This paper will present and analyze a change of leadership in an academic division of a university in Thailand. Special attention is given to the cultural context of the change.

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Published online: July 24, 2015

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Does a Rural Teacher’s Work Dissatisfaction and Work Experience Influence Burnout Syndrome Formation?

The research analyses the interrelation between the levels of a rural teacher’s work satisfaction/dissatisfaction and professional burnout syndrome formation, as well as his/her pedagogical work experience.

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Published online: July 24, 2015

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