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Ressat2016Turkish Pre-Service Teachers' Experiences with Contemporary Technology Games and Perceptions About Teaching with Instructional GamesInstructional games, Tablet computer, Interactive white boards, Pre-service teachers, Y-generationKorkmaz, U., & Yurtseven Avci, Z. (2016). Turkish Pre-Service Teachers’ Experiences with Contemporary Technology Games and Perceptions About Teaching with Instructional Games. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.01.01.5
Ressat2016Teachers' Attitudes Toward the Use of Technology in Social Studies TeachingTechnology, social studies,attitudeKilinc, E., Kilinc, S., Kaya, M., Başer, E., Er Türküresin, H., & Kesten, A. (2016). Teachers’ Attitudes Toward the Use of Technology in Social Studies Teaching. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.01.01.3
Ressat2016Innovation and EducationEducation Innovation USA Charter School TurkeyTarman, B. (2016). Innovation and Education. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.01.01.4
Ressat2016A Prediction for Teacher Commitment; Effects of Managerial Style, Burnout and DemographicsTeacher Commitment Teacher Burnout Managerial Style Teacher DemographicsDemirhan, G., & Yucel, C. (2016). A Prediction for Teacher Commitment; Effects of Managerial Style, Burnout and Demographics. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.01.01.2
Ressat2016Virtually Ready? Pre-service teachers' perceptions of a virtual internship experienceVirtual Schools Qualitative Pre-Service Teachers Teacher Education TechnologyWaters, S., & Russell, W. (2016). Virtually Ready? Pre-service teachers’ perceptions of a virtual internship experience. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 1(1). https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.01.01.1
Ressat2016Editorial*Tarman, B. (2016). Editorial. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 1(1). Retrieved from https://ressat.org/index.php/ressat/article/view/8
Ressat2016The Early Years of American Political Science: Traditionalist Paradigm and its CriticsPolitical science traditionalism government discipline Citizenship educationAhmad, I. (2016). The Early Years of American Political Science: Traditionalist Paradigm and its Critics. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 1(2). https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.01.02.3
Ressat2016A Historical Approach to Social Studies Laboratory MethodSocial Studies Education Laboratory Method Inquary Method United StatesMauch, J., & Tarman, B. (2016). A Historical Approach to Social Studies Laboratory Method. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 1(2). https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.01.02.2
Ressat2016Civic Education in United States: A Multiple Regression of Civic Education Scores from the National Assessment of Educational Progresscivics education social studies education national assessment of educational progressBittman, B., & Russell, W. (2016). Civic Education in United States: A Multiple Regression of Civic Education Scores from the National Assessment of Educational Progress. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 1(2). https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.01.02.1
Ressat2016Editorial*Tarman, B. (2016). Editorial. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 1(2). Retrieved from https://ressat.org/index.php/ressat/article/view/25
Ressat2017A Comparison of The Mathematical Processes Embedded in The Content Standards of Turkey and Singaporemathematical processes curriculum analysis curriculum comparisonErbilgin, E. (2017). A Comparison of The Mathematical Processes Embedded in The Content Standards of Turkey and Singapore. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2(1). https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.02.01.3
Ressat2017An Exploratory Study: Mobile Device Use For Academicsmobile devices TPACK formal learning informal learningHoffmann, M. (2017). An Exploratory Study: Mobile Device Use For Academics. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2(1). https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.02.01.2
Ressat2017Value Priorities of Public and Private University StudentsValue Perceptions Higher Education Traditional Culture Private UniversitiesYigit, M. (2017). Value Priorities of Public and Private University Students. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2(1). https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.02.01.1
Ressat2017Editorial*Tarman, B. (2017). Editorial. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2(1). Retrieved from https://ressat.org/index.php/ressat/article/view/43
Ressat2017Review of Modernising school governance: Corporate planning and expert handling in state educationModernising School Governance educationKilinc, E. (2017). Review of Modernising school governance: Corporate planning and expert handling in state education. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2(2). https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.02.02.4
Ressat2017McLuhanian Perspective of FacebookFacebook McLuhan Social Media Hot and ColdAldardasawi, A. (2017). McLuhanian Perspective of Facebook. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2(2). https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.02.02.3
Ressat2017Advance Placement and The Achievement Gap in the 21st Century: A Multiple Linear Regression of Marginalized Populations in AP EnrollmentAdvanced Placement AssessmentBittman, B., Davies, A., Russell, W., & Goussakova, E. (2017). Advance Placement and The Achievement Gap in the 21st Century: A Multiple Linear Regression of Marginalized Populations in AP Enrollment. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2(2). https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.02.02.2
Ressat2017Clinical Entrepreneurship: A Student Teacher Assigning Desktop Documentary Makingstudent teaching teacher education desktop documentary making history educationSchul, J. (2017). Clinical Entrepreneurship: A Student Teacher Assigning Desktop Documentary Making. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2(2). https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.02.02.1
Ressat2017Editorial: The Future of Social Sciencessocial sciencesTarman, B. (2017). Editorial: The Future of Social Sciences. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 2(2). https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.02.02.ed
Ressat2018Extent of Students' Practices as Digital Citizens in the 21st centuryPractices Respect, educate and protect yourself Digital citizenshipMata-Domingo, S., & Guerrero, N. (2018). Extent of Students’ Practices as Digital Citizens in the 21st century. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(1), 134-148. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.01.9
Ressat2018Evaluation on the Effectiveness and Usability of the Developed Collaborative Interaction Management Systemeffectiveness usability software quality Collaborative Interaction Management SystemMata-Domingo, S. (2018). Evaluation on the Effectiveness and Usability of the Developed Collaborative Interaction Management System. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(1), 122-133. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.01.8
Ressat2018Preparing teachers for the use of digital technologies in their teaching practiceICT and Education Teacher's training digital literacyDagdilelis, V. (2018). Preparing teachers for the use of digital technologies in their teaching practice. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(1), 109-121. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.01.7
Ressat2018Students' Impressions on the Effectiveness of Online Discussion ForumsInteraction learning Online discussion forums participation positive learning experienceVijayavalsalan, B. (2018). Students’ Impressions on the Effectiveness of Online Discussion Forums. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(1), 86-108. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.01.6
Ressat2018Unlocking the Power of Inquiry: A Case Study on Elementary Science Professional Development Program0Hozefa Poonawala, R. (2018). Unlocking the Power of Inquiry: A Case Study on Elementary Science Professional Development Program. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(1), 74-85. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.01.5
Ressat2018World Englishes: Changing the Paradigm of Linguistic Diversity in Global Academia0Alogali, A. (2018). World Englishes: Changing the Paradigm of Linguistic Diversity in Global Academia. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(1), 54-73. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.01.4
Ressat2018Impact of Mentoring on At-Risk YouthLeader Mentoring At-risk youth, Socio Emotional learning Care Curriculum ExtremismMirza, S. (2018). Impact of Mentoring on At-Risk Youth. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(1), 36-53. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.01.3
Ressat2018Effectiveness of Coaching by School Improvement Partners through Good Relationship and Professionalism Skills PracticedAdministration management coaching performance qualityMohd Tahir, Z., & Mohd Salleh, N. (2018). Effectiveness of Coaching by School Improvement Partners through Good Relationship and Professionalism Skills Practiced. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(1), 16-35. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.01.2
Ressat2018Incorporating Digital Technology in the General Education ClassroomDigital technology Intervention Kahoot Academic Output education program InhomogeneitySolas, E., & Sutton, F. (2018). Incorporating Digital Technology in the General Education Classroom. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(1), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.01.1
Ressat2018Editorial: Learning Transformation through Innovation and Sustainability in Educational PracticesRESSAT Research in Social Sciences and Technology EducationTarman, B., & Dev, S. (2018). Editorial: Learning Transformation through Innovation and Sustainability in Educational Practices. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(1), i-ii. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.01.ed
Ressat2018From Rebellion to Riots: Student Violence inside the Egyptian Universities after June 30, 201330 June events 2013, political violence, Egypt revolution, student protestsTolba, N. (2018). From Rebellion to Riots. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(2), 93-114. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.02.6
Ressat2018The Influence of Managerial Skill and Creativity on Decision Making in Public Junior High Schools of Tangerang City And RegencyDecision making managerial ability creativityHuda, S. (2018). The Influence of Managerial Skill and Creativity on Decision Making in Public Junior High Schools of Tangerang City And Regency. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(2), 79-92. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.02.5
Ressat2018The Sustainability of Pancasila in Indonesian Education System: A Critical Discourse Analysis of Legal Texts on EducationIndonesia, revitalization, ideological foundation, education system, juridicalSilalahi, R., & Yuwono, U. (2018). The Sustainability of Pancasila in Indonesian Education System. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(2), 58-78. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.02.4
Ressat2018Palestinian Teachers' Views on the Factors That Limit Students' Creativity and Some Possible Strategies to Overcome ThemCreative Thinking Skills, English and Math Curricula.Raba’, A., & Harzallah, H. (2018). Palestinian Teachers’ Views on the Factors That Limit Students’ Creativity and Some Possible Strategies to Overcome Them. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(2), 40-57. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.02.3
Ressat2018Diagnosing the barriers for integrating Educational Technology in Physics courses in Lebanese secondary schoolsICT, Educational Technology, Physics courses, ICT implementation, Educational technology barriers, Lebanese secondary physics teachers.Yehya, F. Y., Barbar, A., & Abou Rjeily, S. (2018). Diagnosing the barriers for integrating Educational Technology in Physics courses in Lebanese secondary schools. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(2), 14-39. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.02.2
Ressat2018Pre-Service Teachers' Attitude on ELT Research: An Effort to Boost Research PerformanceAttitude Pre-service Teachers ELT Reseach Research Performance EFL TeachingKustati, M., & Al-Azmi, H. (2018). Pre-Service Teachers’ Attitude on ELT Research. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(2), 1-13. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.02.1
Ressat2018Editorial: 2018 (3)2RESSAT EducationTarman, B. (2018). Editorial: 2018 (3)2. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(2), i-ii. Retrieved from https://ressat.org/index.php/ressat/article/view/370
Ressat2018Building English Vocabulary Schema Retention Using Review Value Calculation for ESL Studentsvocabulary schema review value calculation short-term memory long-term memory, assessment intervalArslan, C., & Tanis, B. M. (2018). Building English Vocabulary Schema Retention Using Review Value Calculation for ESL Students. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(3), 116-134. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.03.7
Ressat2018The inter and intra Relationship between Economics, Administrative sciences and Social sciences disciplinesOpenness level, Higher Education, Economics and Administrative sciences, Sharia, Saudi Arabia.Benlagha, N., & Hemrit, W. (2018). The inter and intra Relationship between Economics, Administrative sciences and Social sciences disciplines. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(3), 92-115. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.03.6
Ressat2018Major Features, Benefits, and Prerequisites for Intelligent Enterprise Managing SystemManagement system Structure solutions Automation paradigm scale Intelligent system NeuroinformaticsOlefirenko, A., & Galuschenko, A. (2018). Major Features, Benefits, and Prerequisites for Intelligent Enterprise Managing System. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(3), 68-91. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.03.5
Ressat2018The Puerto Rican Flag - A Study in VexillologyPuerto Rico vexillology municipal flags flag knowledge Latin American flags educationMorales-Ramirez, C. (2018). The Puerto Rican Flag - A Study in Vexillology. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(3), 42-67. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.03.4
Ressat2018Elementary School Teachers' Mathematical Connections in Solving Trigonometry Problemmathematical connection, trigonometry problem, elementary teachersSaleh, S., Purwanto, P., Sudirman, S., Hidayanto, E., & Susiswo, S. (2018). Elementary School Teachers’ Mathematical Connections in Solving Trigonometry Problem. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(3), 32-41. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.03.3
Ressat2018Effects of procrastination behavior, stress tolerance and study habits on academic achievements of Indian Students residing in India (Kerala) and UAE.Academic achievement stress procrastination study habitsDev, S. (2018). Effects of procrastination behavior, stress tolerance and study habits on academic achievements of Indian Students residing in India (Kerala) and UAE. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(3), 16-31. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.03.2
Ressat2018The impact of pedagogical leadership on pedagogical coordination in secondary schoolsPedagogical leadership; teacher leadership; pedagogical coordination; teacher collaboration; secondary educationMarti­nezI., & Tadeu, P. (2018). The impact of pedagogical leadership on pedagogical coordination in secondary schools. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 3(3), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.03.03.1
Ressat2019Critiquing a Qualitative Study Using Tracy’s Big-tent CriteriaInternational students, Internationalisation, internationalisation of the curriculum, Paradigm, ‎Interpretivism, Big-tent markersAlbusaidi, S. (2019). Critiquing a Qualitative Study Using Tracy’s Big-tent Criteria. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(1), 105-122. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.01.6
Ressat2019Teachers’ Perceptions on Using Smartphones in English as a Foreign Language Context*Alzubi, A. (2019). Teachers’ Perceptions on Using Smartphones in English as a Foreign Language Context. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(1), 92-104. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.01.5
Ressat2019Polysemy in and of the Science Fiction Film Arrival (2016)Polysemy Translation Science Fiction Film Film Analysis Rhetorical CriticismKusumastuti, F. (2019). Polysemy in and of the Science Fiction Film Arrival (2016). Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(1), 73-91. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.01.4
Ressat2019eHealth Systems' User Experiences from Healthcare WorkerseHealth System Domestication Technology Work Practices User InterfaceAndersen, S. (2019). eHealth Systems’ User Experiences from Healthcare Workers. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(1), 51-72. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.01.3
Ressat2019Fatal Encounters: A Content Analysis of Newspaper Depictions of the Deaths of Unarmed People of Color at the Hands of Law Enforcement or Security PersonnelPrint media framing aw enforcement deaths LeximancerJacobsen Koepke, D., Thomas, D., & Manning, A. (2019). Fatal Encounters. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(1), 30-50. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.01.2
Ressat2019Learning with simulations: Influence of a computer simulation with hand- on activities on students' learning of the physics capacitors' conceptsComputer simulation, Hands-on activities, Learning physics, Capacitors, Charging and discharging capacitors phenomena.Yehya, F., Barbar, A., & Abou-Rjelil, S. (2019). Learning with simulations: Influence of a computer simulation with hand- on activities on students’ learning of the physics capacitors’ concepts. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(1), 1-29. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.01.1
Ressat2019Editorial 2019: (4) 1RESSATTarman, B. (2019). Editorial 2019: (4) 1. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(1), i-ii. Retrieved from https://ressat.org/index.php/ressat/article/view/402
Ressat2019Analog and Digital Games as a Pedagogical Tool in the Teacher Training ContextInitial teacher training; game; analog game; digital game; Teaching of the 1st Cycle of Basic Education.Ribeiro, M. (2019). Analog and Digital Games as a Pedagogical Tool in the Teacher Training Context. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(2), 163-173. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.02.12
Ressat2019Promoting Professional Development for Teachers Through a Scale of Competence AssessmentTeacher Training, Professional competencies, Online assessment program, Preservice Teacher Education, Teacher degree.García-Martínez, I., Pérez-Ferra, M., Ubago-Jiménez, J. L., & Quijano-López, R. (2019). Promoting Professional Development for Teachers Through a Scale of Competence Assessment. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(2), 147-162. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.02.11
Ressat2019Sociodemographic factors influencing smartphone addiction in university studentsmobile devices smartphone addiction Internet addiction higher educationAznar-Díaz, I., Trujillo-Torres, J.-M., Alonso-García, S., & Rodríguez-Jiménez, C. (2019). Sociodemographic factors influencing smartphone addiction in university students. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(2), 137-146. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.02.10
Ressat2019“The Hour of the Code”: Computational thinking workshop in a primary school in Guarda, PortugalCoding and computational thinking ICT in Education Elementary educationBrigas, C. J., & Figueiredo, J. (2019). “The Hour of the Code”: Computational thinking workshop in a primary school in Guarda, Portugal. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(2), 129-136. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.02.9
Ressat2019The phenomenon of cyberbullying in the children and adolescents population: A scientometric analysiscyberbullying children adolescents bibliometrics scientific productionCáceres-Reche, M.-P., Hinojo-Lucena, F.-J., Ramos Navas-Parejo, M., & Romero-Rodríguez, J.-M. (2019). The phenomenon of cyberbullying in the children and adolescents population: A scientometric analysis. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(2), 115-128. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.02.8
Ressat2019Main barriers to ICT teacher training and disabilityInformation and Communication Technologies disability teacher training InclusionMontenegro Rueda, M., & Fernández Cerero, J. (2019). Main barriers to ICT teacher training and disability. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(2), 96-114. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.02.7
Ressat2019ICT and its purpose in the pedagogical practiceTIC pedagogical practice digital competences teacher educational institutionBaez Zarabanda, D. (2019). ICT and its purpose in the pedagogical practice. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(2), 83-95. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.02.6
Ressat2019How Multimedia Support Collaborative Research: Best PracticesMultimedia design, design of teaching, collaborative teacher training, teaching by research.Regaña, C., Piñero-Virué, R., & Reyes-Rebollo, M. (2019). How Multimedia Support Collaborative Research: Best Practices. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(2), 58-72. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.02.5
Ressat2019Information and Communication Technology in a Global World: Teachers’ Perceptions of Continuing Professional Development (CPD)continuing professional development (CPD), digital tools, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), the norm modelOhlin, C. (2019). Information and Communication Technology in a Global World. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(2), 41-57. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.02.4
Ressat2019Using Graphical organizers in the teaching process of ICTICT, Learning, Teaching, Graphic organizers, MindmapTureniyazova, A. (2019). Using Graphical organizers in the teaching process of ICT. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(2), 31-40. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.02.3
Ressat2019Technologies and environmental education: A beneficial relationshipenvironmental education; educational technologies; environmental awarenessFernández, A., Camargo, C., & Do Nascimento, M. S. (2019). Technologies and environmental education: A beneficial relationship. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(2), 13-30. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.02.2
Ressat2019Modeling and Simulation in an Educational Context: Teaching and Learning SciencesScience education; Modeling and simulation; Elementary educationBrigas, C. (2019). Modeling and Simulation in an Educational Context: Teaching and Learning Sciences. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(2), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.02.1
Ressat2019ICT in a Global WorldICT Education RESSATTadeu, P., Fernandez Batanero, J., & Tarman, B. (2019). ICT in a Global World. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 4(2), i-ii. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.04.02.ed
Ressat2020Analysis of U.S., Kenyan, and Finnish Discourse Patterns in a Cross-Cultural Digital Makerspace Learning Community Through the IBE-UNESCO Global Competences FrameworkGlobal competences collaborative learning sustainable developmental goals transactive discourse epistemic network analysisEspino, D., Lee, S., Van Tress, L., Baker, T., & Hamilton, E. (2020). Analysis of U.S., Kenyan, and Finnish Discourse Patterns in a Cross-Cultural Digital Makerspace Learning Community Through the IBE-UNESCO Global Competences Framework. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(1), 86-100. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.01.5
Ressat2020Re/coding Global Citizenship: How Information and Communication Technologies have Altered Humanity… and Created New Questions for Global Citizenship Educationglobal citizenship education government control information and communication technologies inforg infosphereSwarts, G. (2020). Re/coding Global Citizenship: How Information and Communication Technologies have Altered Humanity… and Created New Questions for Global Citizenship Education. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(1), 70-85. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.01.4
Ressat2020Leveraging Technology to Promote Global Citizenship in Teacher Education in the United States and Brazilcollaborative online learning competences, globalization pre-service teachersKopish, M., & Marques, W. (2020). Leveraging Technology to Promote Global Citizenship in Teacher Education in the United States and Brazil. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(1), 45-69. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.01.3
Ressat2020A Window, Mirror, and Wall: How Educators Use Twitter for Professional Learningprofessional learning, social media, Twitter, educational technology, global educationSturm, E., & Quaynor, L. (2020). A Window, Mirror, and Wall: How Educators Use Twitter for Professional Learning. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(1), 22-44. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.01.2
Ressat2020Wielding Social Media in the Cyber-Arena: Globalism, Nationalism, and Civic Educationcivic knowledge and skills democracy, global citizenship information technology social media, democracyWhite, C. (2020). Wielding Social Media in the Cyber-Arena: Globalism, Nationalism, and Civic Education. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(1), 1-21. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.01.1
Ressat2020Editorial: Technologization of Global Citizenship Education as Response to Challenges of GlobalizationGlobal Citizenship Technologization educationRapoport, A. (2020). Editorial: Technologization of Global Citizenship Education as Response to Challenges of Globalization. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(1), i-vii. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.01.ed
Ressat2020Multidimensional Analysis of the Teaching Process of the Critical Thinking SkillsCritical thinking teaching critical thinking California critical thinking scalePolat, S. (2020). Multidimensional Analysis of the Teaching Process of the Critical Thinking Skills. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(2), 134-157. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.02.8
Ressat2020Comparing Pre-service Civic Education Teachers’ TPACK Confidence Across Course Modes: Insights for Future Teacher Education ProgrammeTPACK pre-service civic education teacher teacher education programmeRahmadi, I., Hayati, E., & Nursyifa, A. (2020). Comparing Pre-service Civic Education Teachers’ TPACK Confidence Across Course Modes. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(2), 113-133. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.02.7
Ressat2020Scaffolding Problem Solving in Teaching and Learning The DPACE Model - A Design Thinking Approachproblem solving skills, scaffolding, computational thinking, teaching and learningK Govindasamy, M., & Moi Kwe, N. (2020). Scaffolding Problem Solving in Teaching and Learning The DPACE Model - A Design Thinking Approach. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(2), 93-112. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.02.6
Ressat2020The Impact of Teacher-Initiated Activities on Identifying and Verbalizing Ways of Metacognitive Monitoring and Control in Six-Year-Old Childrenearly childhood education, metacognition, monitoring, controlMonkeviciene, O., Vildziuniene, J., & Valinciene, G. (2020). The Impact of Teacher-Initiated Activities on Identifying and Verbalizing Ways of Metacognitive Monitoring and Control in Six-Year-Old Children. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(2), 72-92. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.02.5
Ressat2020The relationship between family involvement and academic variables: A systematic reviewFamily involvement school family relationship, academic success, adolescenceCamarero-Figuerola, M., Dueñas, J.-M., & Renta-Davids, A.-I. (2020). The relationship between family involvement and academic variables. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(2), 57-71. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.02.4
Ressat2020#Education: The Potential Impact of Social Media and Hashtag Ideology on the ClassroomHashtag Social Media Educational ChangeWatson, E. (2020). #Education: The Potential Impact of Social Media and Hashtag Ideology on the Classroom. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(2), 40-56. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.02.3
Ressat2020Unravelling Cooperative Learning in Higher Education: A Review of ResearchCooperative learning higher education learning teachingLoh, R. C.-Y., & Ang, C.-S. (2020). Unravelling Cooperative Learning in Higher Education. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(2), 22-39. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.02.2
Ressat2020Development of Adaptation Tools for Pupils on the Autism Spectrum in Microsystemsautism spectrum, adaptation tools, microsystem, mesosystemGalkiene, A., & Puskoriene, G. (2020). Development of Adaptation Tools for Pupils on the Autism Spectrum in Microsystems. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(2), 1-21. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.02.1
Ressat2020Editorial: Reflecting in the shade of pandemicPandemic reflectingTarman, B. (2020). Editorial: Reflecting in the shade of pandemic. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(2), i-iv. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.02.ed
Ressat2020International Student Migration and Polymedia: The Use of Communication Media by Bangladeshi Students in GermanyInternational student migration polymedia Bangladesh GermanyMasud, M. M. (2020). International Student Migration and Polymedia: The Use of Communication Media by Bangladeshi Students in Germany. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(3), 95-110. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.03.5
Ressat2020Learning about Sustainable Development Goals through English Language TeachingSustainable Development students education EnglishBekteshi, E., & Xhaferi, B. (2020). Learning about Sustainable Development Goals through English Language Teaching. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(3), 78-94. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.03.4
Ressat2020Assessing the Career Conflict Options of Senior Secondary School Students of Ado-Odo Ota Local Government, Ogun State, NigeriaCareer choice conflict parents’ education parents’ occupation secondary school studentsIdowu, S., Ifedayo, T., & Idowu, E. (2020). Assessing the Career Conflict Options of Senior Secondary School Students of Ado-Odo Ota Local Government, Ogun State, Nigeria. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(3), 55-77. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.03.3
Ressat2020Measuring Rural P-12 Teachers’ Attitudes, Perceptions, and Utilizations of Social MediaSurvey Research Social Media Teachers Rural EducationWaters, S., & Hensley, M. (2020). Measuring Rural P-12 Teachers’ Attitudes, Perceptions, and Utilizations of Social Media. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(3), 25-54. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.03.2
Ressat2020Problematizing Immigration Restrictions during COVID-19 in the Social Studies Classroomimmigrant rights critical migration social studies pedagogy COVID-19McCorkle, W. (2020). Problematizing Immigration Restrictions during COVID-19 in the Social Studies Classroom. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 5(3), 1-24. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.05.03.1
Ressat2021The Relationship Between the Performance and the Perceived Stress of EmployeesSports Industry Stress Perceived Stres Job PerformanceAvunduk, Y. (2021). The Relationship Between the Performance and the Perceived Stress of Employees. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(1), 102-112. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.6
Ressat2021Pathways to Mitigate Challenges of Learner Academic Performance in a Grade 10 Economics Class in South Africaacademic performance critical emancipatory research economics participatory action research pathwaysMolise, H. (2021). Pathways to Mitigate Challenges of Learner Academic Performance in a Grade 10 Economics Class in South Africa. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(1), 83-101. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.5
Ressat2021The Effect of Strategic Collaboration Approach on the National Educational Standards Achievement and Service Quality in Basic Education at Local Government in Indonesiastrategic collaboration approach, basic education, national educational standards, basic education service qualityTahili, M., Tolla, I., Ahmad, M., Saman, A., & Samad, S. (2021). The Effect of Strategic Collaboration Approach on the National Educational Standards Achievement and Service Quality in Basic Education at Local Government in Indonesia. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(1), 53-82. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.4
Ressat2021Predictors of Success in Advance Higher Education: A Case in Northwest Samar State University, PhilippinesTeaching Performance Academic Performance Graduate Education Success PreditorsPatimo, D., & Lucero, M. B. (2021). Predictors of Success in Advance Higher Education: A Case in Northwest Samar State University, Philippines. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(1), 40-52. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.3
Ressat2021Medicinal gardens as an educational strategy in the teaching of the natural sciences: A pedagogical proposalTeaching tools medicinal plants situated learning educational gardenReyes, A.-E., & Dueñas, J.-M. (2021). Medicinal gardens as an educational strategy in the teaching of the natural sciences: A pedagogical proposal. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(1), 25-39. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.2
Ressat2021Equity in Distance Education During COVID-19Teaching Education Elementary TechnologyWilliams, T., McIntosh, R., & Russell, W. (2021). Equity in Distance Education During COVID-19. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(1), 1-24. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.1
Ressat2021Shifting Paradigms: Rethinking Education During and Post-COVID-19 PandemicCovid-19 Education Paradigm Shift South Africa AccessMbhiza, H. (2021). Shifting Paradigms: Rethinking Education During and Post-COVID-19 Pandemic. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), 279-289. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.31
Ressat2021The Use of Technology in Accounting Classrooms During COVID-19: What Do Accounting Teachers in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, Have to Say?accounting classrooms teachers’ views educational technologies ICT in education South AfricaSkhephe, M., & Matashu, M. (2021). The Use of Technology in Accounting Classrooms During COVID-19: What Do Accounting Teachers in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, Have to Say?. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), 267-278. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.30
Ressat2021A COVID-19 Re-envisioned Teaching Practicum CurriculumCOVID-19 preservice teachers teaching practicum pedagogies of enactment practice-based work-integrated learningNel, C., Botha, C., & Marais, E. (2021). A COVID-19 Re-envisioned Teaching Practicum Curriculum. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), 249-266. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.29
Ressat2021Online Learning as a Catalyst for Self-directed Learning in Universities during the COVID-19 PandemicOnline learning self-directed learning learning management system independent learning connectivity digital divideMaphalala, M., Mkhasibe, R., & Mncube, D. (2021). Online Learning as a Catalyst for Self-directed Learning in Universities during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), 233-248. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.25
Ressat2021The Transformative Methodology: Expository Study of Teaching English as the Second Language AcquisitionSecond Language Acquisition Covid-19 Transformative methodology Teaching strategy and inequalitiesMoloi, J., & Adegoriolu, E. (2021). The Transformative Methodology: Expository Study of Teaching English as the Second Language Acquisition. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), 219-232. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.20
Ressat2021Students’ Responses to Multi-Modal Emergency Remote Learning During COVID-19 in a South African Higher Institutionlockdown remote learning synchronous learning asynchronous learning online learning emergency remote teaching and learningMatarirano, O., Gqokonqana, O., & Yeboah, A. (2021). Students’ Responses to Multi-Modal Emergency Remote Learning During COVID-19 in a South African Higher Institution. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), 199-218. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.19
Ressat2021Making Sense of the Unknown: A Narrative Analysis of COVID-19 Stories as Told by WSU Research Studentscontent analysis COVID-19 change narrative inquiry storytellingVan der Spuy, A., & Jayakrishnan, L. (2021). Making Sense of the Unknown: A Narrative Analysis of COVID-19 Stories as Told by WSU Research Students. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), 183-198. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.18
Ressat2021A journey through digital storytelling during COVID-19 Students preparedness to use technology for learning in the language classroomDigital storytelli film study digital competencies COVID-19Marais, E. (2021). A journey through digital storytelling during COVID-19 Students preparedness to use technology for learning in the language classroom. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), 169-182. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.17
Ressat2021Lecturer Autoethnographies of Adjusting to Online Student Interactions during COVID-19autoethnography COVID-19 emergency remote teaching higher education historically disadvantaged institutionsMakwembere, S., Matarirano, O., & Jere, N. (2021). Lecturer Autoethnographies of Adjusting to Online Student Interactions during COVID-19. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), 148-168. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.16
Ressat2021Transition to online learning by a teacher education program with limited 4IR affordancescommunity of inquiry COVID-19 Internet of things online learning teacher educationTsakeni, M. (2021). Transition to online learning by a teacher education program with limited 4IR affordances. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), 129-147. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.15
Ressat2021Transgender student experiences of online education during COVID-19 pandemic era in rural Eastern Cape area of South Africa: A descriptive phenomenological studyCOVID-19 Descriptive Phenomenology Online education Transgender woman Rural Eastern CapeMavhandu-Mudzusi, A., Mudau, T., Shandu, T., & Ndou, N. (2021). Transgender student experiences of online education during COVID-19 pandemic era in rural Eastern Cape area of South Africa: A descriptive phenomenological study. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), 110-128. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.14
Ressat2021COVID-19, the global education project and technology: Disrupting priorities towards rethinking educationCOVID-19 pandemic post-human education post-humanism education prioritiesWolhuter, C., & Jacobs, L. (2021). COVID-19, the global education project and technology: Disrupting priorities towards rethinking education. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), 96-109. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.13
Ressat2021Mentor-Mentee Experiences Amidst COVID-19: A Teaching Practice Case StudyTeaching practice mentees mentors COVID-19Tsotetsi, C., & Mile, S. (2021). Mentor-Mentee Experiences Amidst COVID-19: A Teaching Practice Case Study. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), 76-95. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.12
Ressat2021Disability Sensitivity and Sensibility: A Nondisabled Lecturer Perspective on Inclusive Lecturing OpportunitiesAbleism disability education access higher education inclusive higher educationMakwembere, S. (2021). Disability Sensitivity and Sensibility: A Nondisabled Lecturer Perspective on Inclusive Lecturing Opportunities. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), 52-75. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.11
Ressat2021Managing the Culture of COVID-19 "New Normal" as a Motivation for University Students in South AfricaStudents' motivation COVID-19 Internet-of-things Ubuntu online learningOmodan, B., Tsotetsi, C., & Ige, O. (2021). Managing the Culture of COVID-19 "New Normal" as a Motivation for University Students in South Africa. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), 37-51. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.10
Ressat2021Educating Progressed Learners in Times of COVID-19: How Can Bricolage Help?Bricolage progressed learners participatory action research teaching approach academic performanceDube, B., & Ndaba, X. (2021). Educating Progressed Learners in Times of COVID-19: How Can Bricolage Help?. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), 22-36. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.9
Ressat2021Covid-19 and Technology: Higher Education’s Responses to Inclusive Practices for Pre-Service Teachers with DisabilitiesCovid-19 Perspective transformation theory pre-service teachers with disabilities sense of belonging transformative learningDe Klerk, E., Palmer, J., & Alexander, G. (2021). Covid-19 and Technology: Higher Education’s Responses to Inclusive Practices for Pre-Service Teachers with Disabilities. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), 1-21. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.8
Ressat2021Editorial: Education and the Quest for Educating in the Current and the Post-COVID-19 EraCOVID-19 Post-COVID-19 education teacher struggleOmodan, B., & Diko, N. (2021). Editorial: Education and the Quest for Educating in the Current and the Post-COVID-19 Era. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(2), i-iii. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.21
Ressat2021Learning Styles and Instructional Materials as Correlates of Grade 6 Learners`' Mathematics Performance in Buffalo City, South Africalearning styles instructional materials mathematics performanceAdu, K., & Duku, N. (2021). Learning Styles and Instructional Materials as Correlates of Grade 6 Learners`’ Mathematics Performance in Buffalo City, South Africa. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(3), 242-255. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.41
Ressat2021E-learning Facilities for Teaching Secondary School Physics: Awareness, Availability and Utilizatione-learning facilities utilization secondary school physics awareness availabilityBada, A., & Jita, L. (2021). E-learning Facilities for Teaching Secondary School Physics: Awareness, Availability and Utilization. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(3), 227-241. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.40
Ressat2021Together but Not Together: Challenges of Remote Learning for Students Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic in Rural South African UniversitiesCOVID-19 challenges education remote learning rural universitiesMarongwe, N., & Garidzirai, R. (2021). Together but Not Together: Challenges of Remote Learning for Students Amid the COVID-19 Pandemic in Rural South African Universities. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(3), 213-226. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.39
Ressat2021Effectiveness of Online Training for Rural Entrepreneurs During a Global Pandemicentrepreneurs online training pandemic COVID-19 skillsHoe, L., Manja, M. A. Z., Mathew, V., Engkamat, A., Ibrahim, Z., & Anis, A. L. (2021). Effectiveness of Online Training for Rural Entrepreneurs During a Global Pandemic. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(3), 194-212. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.38
Ressat2021COVID-19 induced psychosocial challenges in South African higher education: Experiences of staff and students at two rural universitiesCOVID-19 Challenges Emotional reaction impact pandemic psychosocialOlawale, B., Mutongoza, B., Adu, E., & Omodan, B. (2021). COVID-19 induced psychosocial challenges in South African higher education: Experiences of staff and students at two rural universities. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(3), 179-193. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.37
Ressat2021Plans and Interventions of South African Grade 1 Educators During the 2020 Lockdown Periodteaching COVID-19 interventions strategies lockdown pandemic constructivismGrobler, A. (2021). Plans and Interventions of South African Grade 1 Educators During the 2020 Lockdown Period. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(3), 163-178. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.36
Ressat2021Chronicling school principals’ experiences on school management in the context of COVID-19 stringencyOnline learning quality education COVID-19 school leadership rural schoolsMutongoza, B., Olawale, B., & Mzilikazi, B. (2021). Chronicling school principals’ experiences on school management in the context of COVID-19 stringency. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(3), 146-162. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.35
Ressat2021Cross-fertilization in Teaching and Learning between Institutions after COVID-19 Shutdown: A Collaborative Effortbridging gaps collaboration knowledge transfer knowledge sharing inequalitiesDhlamini, J., & Molaodi, V. (2021). Cross-fertilization in Teaching and Learning between Institutions after COVID-19 Shutdown: A Collaborative Effort. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(3), 135-145. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.34
Ressat2021Alteration of Consumption Habits in Turkey Over TimeKeynesian Consumption Function Economic Growth Average Propensity to Consume ARDLAkarsu, M. (2021). Alteration of Consumption Habits in Turkey Over Time. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(3), 122-134. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.33
Ressat2021Accounting Teachers’ Voices on Factors Affecting Online Teaching during the 4th Industrial Revolution in the Face of COVID-19 in Selected High Schools in the Eastern Cape, South Africateachers’ voices online teaching 4th Industrial Revolution connect policy teacher’s readiness COVID-19Skhephe, M., & Mantlana, C. (2021). Accounting Teachers’ Voices on Factors Affecting Online Teaching during the 4th Industrial Revolution in the Face of COVID-19 in Selected High Schools in the Eastern Cape, South Africa. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(3), 109-121. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.32
Ressat2021Black Students’ Experiences of Academic Support Programs during First Year at University: Case of Extended StudiesAcademic Support Academic Support Programs Extended Studies Programmes ExperiencesMatabane, B., & Matabane, M. (2021). Black Students’ Experiences of Academic Support Programs during First Year at University: Case of Extended Studies. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(3), 93-108. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.28
Ressat2021Investigating the Effects of E-Learning as a Method of Curriculum Dissemination for Rural TVET College StudentsE-learning Curriculum Dissemination TVET College COVID-19 RuralMadimabe, M., & Omodan, B. (2021). Investigating the Effects of E-Learning as a Method of Curriculum Dissemination for Rural TVET College Students. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(3), 82-92. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.27
Ressat2021Effective Mentoring to Improve Job Satisfaction among Beginner Teachers at South African Primary SchoolsBeginner teachers mentoring job satisfaction primary schools South AfricaBotha, R. J., & Hugo, J.-P. (2021). Effective Mentoring to Improve Job Satisfaction among Beginner Teachers at South African Primary Schools. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(3), 64-81. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.26
Ressat2021Resurgence of Large Class Sizes and Pedagogical Reform in 21st Century Secondary School History ClassroomsClass size pedagogical reform symbolic interactionism reform implementation history pedagogyChimbi, G., & Jita, L. (2021). Resurgence of Large Class Sizes and Pedagogical Reform in 21st Century Secondary School History Classrooms. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(3), 45-63. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.24
Ressat2021University Students’ Learning Disruption and Affordance in a Contested Learning Environmentlearning affordance case study contested environment coronavirus pandemic circular processNur’Aini, S. (2021). University Students’ Learning Disruption and Affordance in a Contested Learning Environment. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(3), 25-44. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.23
Ressat2021The Political Awareness and Participation of University Students in post-Apartheid South AfricaUniversity students Political awareness Student Representative Council Political participation post-apartheid South AfricaBadaru, K., & Adu, E. (2021). The Political Awareness and Participation of University Students in post-Apartheid South Africa. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 6(3), 1-24. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2021.22
Ressat2022Interdisciplinarity in Data Analysis Through the Primary School Textbooks in Greece and Singaporeprobabilities statistics multidisciplinary textbooks Greece SingaporeZorzos, M., & Avgerinos, E. (2022). Interdisciplinarity in Data Analysis Through the Primary School Textbooks in Greece and Singapore. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(1), 90-99. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.6
Ressat2022Innovation and Technology: A Panacea to Teaching and Learning Challenges during the Covid-19 Lockdown in South AfricaCOVID-19 lockdown innovation and technology teaching facilities training of teachers virtual classroomAdu, K., Badaru, K., Duku, N., & Adu, E. (2022). Innovation and Technology: A Panacea to Teaching and Learning Challenges during the Covid-19 Lockdown in South Africa. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(1), 69-89. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.5
Ressat2022Learning Mathematics through WhatsApp Groups in University Preparatory Program during the COVID-19 PandemicLearning mathematics social media WhatsApp learning groups mathematics achievementOfori-Kusi, D., & Tachie, S. (2022). Learning Mathematics through WhatsApp Groups in University Preparatory Program during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(1), 56-68. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.1
Ressat2022Do Personality Traits Matter in Preferences of Translation Strategies?personality traits translation studies translation strategiesVural, H. (2022). Do Personality Traits Matter in Preferences of Translation Strategies?. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(1), 42-55. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.4
Ressat2022Exploring Perceived Human Resources Factors Influencing the Performance of Grade 12 Accounting Learners in North West Secondary Schools in South Africaaccounting learners’ performance human resource secondary schools South AfricaNwosu, L., & Matashu, M. (2022). Exploring Perceived Human Resources Factors Influencing the Performance of Grade 12 Accounting Learners in North West Secondary Schools in South Africa. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(1), 20-41. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.3
Ressat2022Time Divested or Time Invested? Freshmen’s Perspectives and Reflective Experiences on Interactive School Learningfreshmen interactive school learning schools learning teachingTachie, S., & Kariyana, I. (2022). Time Divested or Time Invested? Freshmen’s Perspectives and Reflective Experiences on Interactive School Learning. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(1), 1-19. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.2
Ressat2022The American Effect on Physical Education and Sports in Turkey during the Early Republican PeriodJohn Dewey Turkey Early Republican Period physical education sport educationKorkmaz, S. (2022). The American Effect on Physical Education and Sports in Turkey during the Early Republican Period. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(2), 129-145. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.13
Ressat2022Exploring Teachers’ Lived Experiences on the Integration of Values Education in South African High Schoolsvalues education teacher experiences moral deterioration role modelling mentoringKhathi, J., Ajani, O., & Govender, S. (2022). Exploring Teachers’ Lived Experiences on the Integration of Values Education in South African High Schools. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(2), 108-128. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.12
Ressat2022Blended Learning Challenges During COVID-19: A Case of Cost Accounting 2 Students at a Selected South African Higher Education Institutionblended learning accounting education student challenges technological disadvantaged background COVID-19Gqokonqana, O., Olarewaju, O., & Cloete, M. (2022). Blended Learning Challenges During COVID-19: A Case of Cost Accounting 2 Students at a Selected South African Higher Education Institution. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(2), 87-107. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.11
Ressat2022Platformisation of Education: An Analysis of South African Universities’ Learning Management SystemsCOVID-19 pandemic platformisation of education learning management systems South African universities digital technologiesBadaru, K., & Adu, E. (2022). Platformisation of Education: An Analysis of South African Universities’ Learning Management Systems. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(2), 66-86. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.10
Ressat2022The Health Students’ Perception of Online Education amid the PandemicOnline education pandemic health education technology difficultiesBaytak, A. (2022). The Health Students’ Perception of Online Education amid the Pandemic. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(2), 49-65. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.9
Ressat2022Academic Resilience Among Deaf Learners During E-Learning in the COVID-19 Eraacademic resilience academic self-efficacy COVID-19 e-learning deaf learners parental involvementAdigun, O., & Ndwandwe, N. (2022). Academic Resilience Among Deaf Learners During E-Learning in the COVID-19 Era. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(2), 27-48. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.8
Ressat2022Citizenship Education in Early Republican Era in TurkeyHistory of education citizenship education 1924 curriculum republican era historical researchKaya, M. (2022). Citizenship Education in Early Republican Era in Turkey. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(2), 1-26. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.7
Ressat2022Navigating the Contemporary Rites of Passage: A Typology of STEM Professional Identity Transitionprofessional identity transition STEM education rites of passageChong, Y. S., & Quek, A. H. (2022). Navigating the Contemporary Rites of Passage: A Typology of STEM Professional Identity Transition. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(3), 86-100. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.19
Ressat2022The Effects of Emotional Intelligence on Teachers’ Classroom Performance: A Case of Primary Schools in Southeast Region of Botswanaemotional intelligence academic performance emotional stimuli self-awarenessKgosiemang, T., & Khoza, S. (2022). The Effects of Emotional Intelligence on Teachers’ Classroom Performance: A Case of Primary Schools in Southeast Region of Botswana. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(3), 65-85. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.18
Ressat2022A Trajectory towards a Culture of Quality: A Phenomenological Study of an Open Distance Learning University in South Africa and in Chinastudent support quality assurance culture of quality distance education community of inquiry open and distance learningSevnarayan, K. (2022). A Trajectory towards a Culture of Quality: A Phenomenological Study of an Open Distance Learning University in South Africa and in China. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(3), 49-64. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.16
Ressat2022Teachers’ Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Technical Schools: The Case of Domestic Installation and Wiring Teachingdomestic installation and wiring electrical technology technical schools pedagogical content knowledge practical skills teachersBlayi, M., Skosana, N., & Khoza, S. (2022). Teachers’ Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Technical Schools: The Case of Domestic Installation and Wiring Teaching. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(3), 36-48. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.17
Ressat2022Teacher Educator Reflections on Preparing First Year Pre-Service Teachers for School-Based Work Integrated Learning in An Online Learning Environmentdigital pedagogies paradigm shift teacher educators pre-service teachers school-based work integrated learningMpu, Y., Hackmack, K., & Roy, I. (2022). Teacher Educator Reflections on Preparing First Year Pre-Service Teachers for School-Based Work Integrated Learning in An Online Learning Environment. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(3), 18-35. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.15
Ressat2022Environmental Education in South African Schools: The Role of Civil Society Organizationscivil society organisation environmental education Eco-Schools programme teachers’ professional developmentDamoah, B., & Adu, E. (2022). Environmental Education in South African Schools: The Role of Civil Society Organizations. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 7(3), 1-17. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2022.14
Ressat2023First Year University Students` Use of Words, Symbols and Images to Convey Mathematical Ideas: A Case of DefinitionsMathematical communication Situated learning community of practise university students transitionMatabane, M., & Machaba, F. (2023). First Year University Students` Use of Words, Symbols and Images to Convey Mathematical Ideas: A Case of Definitions. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(1), 92-105. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.16
Ressat2023Can Experience Determine the Adoption of Industrial Revolution 4.0 Skills in 21st Century Mathematics Education?education 4.0 mathematics teacher 4.0 mathematics education industry 4.0 4IR teaching and learningAyanwale, M. (2023). Can Experience Determine the Adoption of Industrial Revolution 4.0 Skills in 21st Century Mathematics Education?. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(1), 74-91. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.6
Ressat2023Experiences of the Geography Subject Advisors in the Implementation of Geographic Information Systems in KwaZulu-Natal ProvinceDepartment of Basic Education Geographic Information System geography subject advisors geography instructional leadership theoryMkhize, T. (2023). Experiences of the Geography Subject Advisors in the Implementation of Geographic Information Systems in KwaZulu-Natal Province. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(1), 63-73. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.5
Ressat2023Fourth Industrial Revolution Tools to Enhance the Growth and Development of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Institutions: A Systematic Literature Review in South AfricaFourth Industrial Revolution higher education institutions growth growth, development teaching and learning academicsNwosu, L., Bereng, M., Segotso, T., & Enebe, N. (2023). Fourth Industrial Revolution Tools to Enhance the Growth and Development of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education Institutions: A Systematic Literature Review in South Africa. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(1), 51-62. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.4
Ressat2023Emerging Adults and the Use of Textual Digital Communication: A Reflection on Self-Esteem, Loneliness, Anxiety, and Wellbeingemerging adults textual digital communication self-esteem anxiety wellbeingTamba, G., & Iancu, I. (2023). Emerging Adults and the Use of Textual Digital Communication: A Reflection on Self-Esteem, Loneliness, Anxiety, and Wellbeing. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(1), 31-50. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.3
Ressat2023Learning Support Strategies to Overcome the Effects of Promoting Condoned Senior Phase Mathematics Learners to the FET Phasecondonation teachers learning support strategies individual support plan improved learner performance mathematicsBhagwonparsadh, Y., & Pule, K. (2023). Learning Support Strategies to Overcome the Effects of Promoting Condoned Senior Phase Mathematics Learners to the FET Phase. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(1), 16-30. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.2
Ressat2023Strategic Devises to Enhance Accounting Cash Journals Content Knowledge of Economic and Management Sciences Teacherscash journals content knowledge accounting teaching financial literacy strategic devicesMoloi, M., Kola, M., & Molise, H. (2023). Strategic Devises to Enhance Accounting Cash Journals Content Knowledge of Economic and Management Sciences Teachers. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(1), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.1
Ressat2023Social Studies and Social Media: Status Among K-12 Tennessee Teachers Before COVIDsocial media social studies Tennessee Web 2.0Kenna, J., & Hensley, M. (2023). Social Studies and Social Media: Status Among K-12 Tennessee Teachers Before COVID. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(2), 101-115. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.14
Ressat2023Considering the Advantages and Disadvantages of Utilizing Social Media to Enhance Learning and Engagement in K-12 EducationLearning and engagement K-12 Social media Traditional EducationGüney, K. (2023). Considering the Advantages and Disadvantages of Utilizing Social Media to Enhance Learning and Engagement in K-12 Education. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(2), 83-100. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.13
Ressat2023Examining Demographics and Perceived ‘Sense of Community’ of Social Media-Based Professional Learning CommunitiesSocial Media; Professional Learning Communities; Sense of CommunityHensley, M., Waters, S., Kenna, J., & Russell, W. (2023). Examining Demographics and Perceived ‘Sense of Community’ of Social Media-Based Professional Learning Communities. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(2), 68-82. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.12
Ressat2023The Association Between College Students` Participation Behavior and Social Media UseParticipation social media citizenship collegeKilinc, E., Tarman, B., & Yussupova, S. (2023). The Association Between College Students` Participation Behavior and Social Media Use. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(2), 55-67. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.11
Ressat2023WhatsApp Messenger as a Supplementary Tool for School Curriculum Knowledge Transfer and Acquisition During COVID-19 Stricter Lockdown: Educators’ Perceptionsknowledge transfer; knowledge acquisition; educators; stricter lockdown; WhatsAppNkambule, B. (2023). WhatsApp Messenger as a Supplementary Tool for School Curriculum Knowledge Transfer and Acquisition During COVID-19 Stricter Lockdown: Educators’ Perceptions. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(2), 37-55. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.10
Ressat2023Education for Democracy in the Social Media CenturySocial media democracy civic education critical media literacyKnowles, R., Camicia, S., & Nelson, L. (2023). Education for Democracy in the Social Media Century. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(2), 21-36. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.9
Ressat2023Teaching Democratic Humility to Improve Classroom DiscussionSocial media Social media influencers deliberative discussion deliberative pedagogy democratic humilityKendall, K. (2023). Teaching Democratic Humility to Improve Classroom Discussion. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(2), 1-20. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.8
Ressat2023Using Social Media in Schoolssocial media teaching and learning educational technology 21st century skillsHensley, M., & Waters, S. (2023). Using Social Media in Schools. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(2), i-iii. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.15
REPAM2019The Relationship of Personality Traits with English Speaking Anxiety: A Study on Turkish University Studentspersonality traits, foreign language speaking, foreign language speaking anxiety, English Language Teaching, foreign language teachingVural, H. (2019). The Relationship of Personality Traits with English Speaking Anxiety. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 1(1), 55-74. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.01.01.5
REPAM2019Attitudes of secondary teacher trainees towards entrepreneurial educationEntrepreneurial education attitudes secondary teacher traineesGairola, R. (2019). Attitudes of secondary teacher trainees towards entrepreneurial education. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 1(1), 44-54. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.01.01.4
REPAM2019Educational, Social and Economic Status of Women in Textile Industry in India: The Case of the Informal Textile Retail Stores in Chennai CityWomen workers textile industry education social status exploitation worker wages IndiaK, S. (2019). Educational, Social and Economic Status of Women in Textile Industry in India. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 1(1), 33-43. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.01.01.3
REPAM2019Influences of gender and locale on teachers’ job satisfaction: An intersectional study in NepalJob Satisfaction Gender Locale Social capital School teachersShrestha, M. (2019). Influences of gender and locale on teachers’ job satisfaction. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 1(1), 17-32. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.01.01.2
REPAM2019School, ethnicity and nation-building in post-colonial MyanmarEducation in emergencies, education and international development, education and nation-building, educational policyBigagli, F. (2019). School, ethnicity and nation-building in post-colonial Myanmar. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 1(1), 1-16. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.01.01.1
REPAM2019EditorialrepamChief, E. (2019). Editorial. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 1(1), i-v. Retrieved from https://repamjournal.org/index.php/REPAM/article/view/11
REPAM2020Recognizing Ableism in Educational Initiatives: Reading between the Linesspecial education disability studies policy ableism inclusionTimberlake, M. (2020). Recognizing Ableism in Educational Initiatives: Reading between the Lines. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 2(1), 84-100. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.02.01.5
REPAM2020Decreased State Appropriations and their Impact on Texas Public Four-Year Higher Education Institutions Tuition Rates through Deregulated Tuitionderegulation tuition higher education policy appropriationsDickison, B. (2020). Decreased State Appropriations and their Impact on Texas Public Four-Year Higher Education Institutions Tuition Rates through Deregulated Tuition. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 2(1), 57-83. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.02.01.4
REPAM2020Policy Storms at the Central Office: Conflicting Narratives of Racial Equity and Segregation at School Committee MeetingsSchool desegregation structural intersectionality critical ethnography structural racism educational policyWilcox, S. (2020). Policy Storms at the Central Office: Conflicting Narratives of Racial Equity and Segregation at School Committee Meetings. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 2(1), 40-56. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.02.01.3
REPAM2020Exposing Bias through a Deficit Thinking Lens Using Content-Analysis of Macro Level PoliciesDeficit thinking educational policy biasesPalmer, D., & Witanapatirana, K. (2020). Exposing Bias through a Deficit Thinking Lens Using Content-Analysis of Macro Level Policies. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 2(1), 23-39. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.01.02.2
REPAM2020U.S. Every Student Succeeds Act: Negative Impacts on Teaching Out-of-FieldEvery Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) United States teacher training student performanceVan Overschelde, J., & Piatt, A. (2020). U.S. Every Student Succeeds Act: Negative Impacts on Teaching Out-of-Field. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 2(1), 1-22. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.02.01.1
REPAM2020Editorial: Are They Listening? Policymakers and Their Role in Public EducationEducational policy public education policymakersStrunc, A. (2020). Editorial: Are They Listening? Policymakers and Their Role in Public Education. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 2(1), i-iii. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.02.01.ed
REPAM2020Book Review. Educational leadership and management: Developing insights and skillsBook review; Educational leadership; Educational management; Educational leadersÖztürk, İbrahim. (2020). Book Review. Educational leadership and management: Developing insights and skills. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 2(2), 133-137. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2020.8
REPAM2020Where Teachers Thrive: A Book Revieweducation policy organizational theory book review education reform teachersWaychunas, W. (2020). Where Teachers Thrive: A Book Review. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 2(2), 129-132. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2020.7
REPAM2020Good Governance Practices and Challenges in Local Government of Ethiopia: The Case of Bonga Town AdministrationGovernance, Good governance, Local government, Local governance, and Town AdministrationBekele, W., & Ago, F. (2020). Good Governance Practices and Challenges in Local Government of Ethiopia: The Case of Bonga Town Administration. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 2(2), 97-128. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2020.6
REPAM2020Practicing Self Learning of ICT for Resilience Amidst the COVID-19 Outbreak: Experiences from Kathmandu ValleyResilience COVID-19 Self-learning ICT Coping mechanismSubedi, D., & Subedi, R. (2020). Practicing Self Learning of ICT for Resilience Amidst the COVID-19 Outbreak: Experiences from Kathmandu Valley. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 2(2), 78-96. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2020.5
REPAM20202020 Teacher Candidate Voter Turnout: Implications for K-12 and Higher Educationcivic engagment civic education teacher candidates youth voter turnoutJeffries, H., & McCorkle, W. (2020). 2020 Teacher Candidate Voter Turnout: Implications for K-12 and Higher Education. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 2(2), 52-77. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2020.4
REPAM2020Gender sensitivity in pedagogical practices in secondary education in BhutanSecondary education, higher education, gender sensitivity and pedagogical practicesYuden, Y., Chuki, S., & Dorji, T. (2020). Gender sensitivity in pedagogical practices in secondary education in Bhutan. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 2(2), 38-51. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2020.3
REPAM2020A Comparative Study of the 21st Century Afterschool Center on Education in Elementary Schools in South TexasStudent achievement closing the gaps Federal programs enrichment programsSalinas-Vasquez, L., Varela, D., Martinez, M., & Jones, D. (2020). A Comparative Study of the 21st Century Afterschool Center on Education in Elementary Schools in South Texas. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 2(2), 19-37. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2020.2
REPAM2020A Quantitative Investigation of Language Policy in International Schools in East Asialanguage policy, school accreditation, international schoolsLehman, C., & Welch, B. (2020). A Quantitative Investigation of Language Policy in International Schools in East Asia. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 2(2), 1-18. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2020.1
REPAM2021Content Analysis of Entrepreneurship Education in Primary and Secondary School TextbooksTextbook, Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneur, Employment, SchoolDorji, T. (2021). Content Analysis of Entrepreneurship Education in Primary and Secondary School Textbooks. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 3(1), 42-59. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2021.3
REPAM2021Factors that Influence School Choice: A Look at Parents’ and School Leaders’ Perceptionsschool choice, enrollment, school district policyCantu, N., Varela, D., Jones, D., & Challoo, L. (2021). Factors that Influence School Choice: A Look at Parents’ and School Leaders’ Perceptions. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 3(1), 19-41. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2021.2
REPAM2021Let me Fly Abroad: Student Migrations in the Context of NepalAbroad Study Aspiration Excitement Motivation Student MigrationTamang, M., & Shrestha, M. (2021). Let me Fly Abroad: Student Migrations in the Context of Nepal. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 3(1), 1-18. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2021.1
REPAM2021Book Review: Democracy, Schooling and Political Educationbook review democracy political education schooling equality diversityÖztürk, İbrahim. (2021). Book Review: Democracy, Schooling and Political Education. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 3(2), 73-77. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2021.7
REPAM2021State, Citizens and Education in the Ottoman Empire: Civic Education Curriculum in the Early 20th CenturyCitizenship education 1913 Primary education curriculum Ottoman Empire Turkey historical research.Kaya, M. (2021). State, Citizens and Education in the Ottoman Empire: Civic Education Curriculum in the Early 20th Century. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 3(2), 42-72. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2021.6
REPAM2021Responsiveness of Driving Curriculum Provision to Efficient Driving Training: Survey into Contemporary Driving Practices in EthiopiaCurriculum Efficiency Risk-free Driving TrainingKufi, E. (2021). Responsiveness of Driving Curriculum Provision to Efficient Driving Training: Survey into Contemporary Driving Practices in Ethiopia. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 3(2), 22-41. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2021.5
REPAM2021The Effects of a Professional Development Program for Technology Integrated Algebra TeachingProfessional development technological pedagogical content knowledge teacher education teaching algebraErbilgin, E., & Şahin, B. (2021). The Effects of a Professional Development Program for Technology Integrated Algebra Teaching. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 3(2), 1-21. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2021.4
REPAM2022Exploring Factors that Serve as Predictors for Mathematics and Sciences Pre-Service Teachers to Use ICT in TeachingICT mathematics science TPACK preservice teachersMosia, M., & Matabane, M. (2022). Exploring Factors that Serve as Predictors for Mathematics and Sciences Pre-Service Teachers to Use ICT in Teaching. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 4(1), 80-91. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2022.10
REPAM2022Impact of School Calendar on Academic Performance: A Comparative Study of the Year-Round and Traditional Calendarsstudent achievement academic performance school calendar year-round calendarDeLeon, E., Varela, D., & Jones, D. (2022). Impact of School Calendar on Academic Performance: A Comparative Study of the Year-Round and Traditional Calendars. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 4(1), 65-79. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2022.11
REPAM2022The Exploring Factors that Teachers View as Hindering Quality in Teaching and Learning at a TVET Collegeteachers technical and vocational education and training teaching learning legitimation code theory South AfricaMatabane, M., Matabane, R., Moloi, T., & Sibaya, K. (2022). The Exploring Factors that Teachers View as Hindering Quality in Teaching and Learning at a TVET College. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 4(1), 51-64. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2022.9
REPAM2022Sample Size for Interview in Qualitative Research in Social Sciences: A Guide to Novice Researchersqualitative research interview sample size novice researcher research participantBekele, W., & Ago, F. (2022). Sample Size for Interview in Qualitative Research in Social Sciences: A Guide to Novice Researchers. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 4(1), 42-50. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2022.3
REPAM2022Reports and Effects of German Experts on Physical Education and Sports in the Early Republican Era in TurkeyPhysical education sport German Experts Early Republican Turkey.Korkmaz, S. (2022). Reports and Effects of German Experts on Physical Education and Sports in the Early Republican Era in Turkey. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 4(1), 22-41. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2022.2
REPAM2022Looking Toward the Field: A Systematic Review to Inform Current and Future School Takeover Policyschool takeover state takeover color evasiveness school reform critical race theoryOsworth, D. (2022). Looking Toward the Field: A Systematic Review to Inform Current and Future School Takeover Policy. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 4(1), 1-21. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2022.1
REPAM2022Locating Themselves: Black Womxn’s Geographies of Professional SocializationProfessionalization Critical Geography Critical Theory Resistance Black women Graduate studentsalexander, e. (2022). Locating Themselves: Black Womxn’s Geographies of Professional Socialization. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 4(2), 80-98. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2022.8
REPAM2022Through the Eyes of Novice Teachers: Experiences with Professional Cultures Within and Outside of Neoliberal “No-Excuses” Charter Schoolsteacher professionalism teacher turnover teacher induction school organization charter schools managerialismWaychunas, W. (2022). Through the Eyes of Novice Teachers: Experiences with Professional Cultures Within and Outside of Neoliberal “No-Excuses” Charter Schools. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 4(2), 56-79. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2022.7
REPAM2022Thug Life as Framework for Stages of Consciousness: Examining How Black Male MOB Youth Navigate Processes of Alienationbrotherhood Black youth racial identity resistance social justice solidarity Tupac ShakurAnderson, I. (2022). Thug Life as Framework for Stages of Consciousness: Examining How Black Male MOB Youth Navigate Processes of Alienation. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 4(2), 37-55. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2022.6
REPAM2022Revisioning Educational Leadership Through Love and the Ancillary: A Critical Self-Studyself-study pedagogies of love ecological sensibilities critical study relationality educational leadershipMarkides, D. (2022). Revisioning Educational Leadership Through Love and the Ancillary: A Critical Self-Study. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 4(2), 18-36. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2022.5
REPAM2022Reimaging Local Control, Local Democracy, and Local Engagement in Education: How Rural Education Policy in a Metro Centric State Alienated Its Residentsrural schools education reform school reform local democracy history policy implementationJakubowski, C. (2022). Reimaging Local Control, Local Democracy, and Local Engagement in Education: How Rural Education Policy in a Metro Centric State Alienated Its Residents. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 4(2), 1-17. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2022.4
REPAM2022Leveraging Local Knowledge to Envision Educational Policy and Management Outside the Plunder of Neoliberal Technorationalitylocal knowledge neoliberalism technorationality humanistic educationWhitaker, W., Kress, T., & Lake, R. (2022). Leveraging Local Knowledge to Envision Educational Policy and Management Outside the Plunder of Neoliberal Technorationality. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 4(2), i-v. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2022.12
REPAM2023Conceptualizing Adolescent Black Youth Political Efficacy in an Era of CrisesCOVID-19 adolescent Black youth politic efficacy racial injustice economic disparitiesJohnson, C., & Sdunzik, J. (2023). Conceptualizing Adolescent Black Youth Political Efficacy in an Era of Crises. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(1), 53-63. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.5
REPAM2023Teaching Emergent Bilinguals: How In-service Teachers’ Perception of First Language Acquisition Theories Inform Practiceemergent bilinguals in-service teachers first language acquisition professional developmentDwomoh, R., Osei-Tutu, A., Oudghiri, S., Chhikara, A., Zhou, L., & Bell, T. (2023). Teaching Emergent Bilinguals: How In-service Teachers’ Perception of First Language Acquisition Theories Inform Practice. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(1), 33-52. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.4
REPAM2023Engendering Technology-Assisted Pedagogy for Effective Instructional Strategy in the University of Namibia Language Centretechnology-assisted learning digital literacy blended learning flipped learning Africa NamibiaHamakali, H., & Josua, L. (2023). Engendering Technology-Assisted Pedagogy for Effective Instructional Strategy in the University of Namibia Language Centre. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(1), 18-32. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.3
REPAM2023Revisiting 'Great Media Debate': Technology-Mediated Learning and Ground Realities Across the Indian Institutes of Technologycurriculum revision great media debate online learning contextual social factors internet accessibility Indian Institute of TechnologyPushpanadham, K., Mandal, S., & Sareen, S. (2023). Revisiting ’Great Media Debate’: Technology-Mediated Learning and Ground Realities Across the Indian Institutes of Technology. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(1), 1-17. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.2
REPAM2023Introduction to Special Issue: Re-imagining Teaching and Learning in the Context of Current Crisesonline learning blended learning language acquisition theories political efficacy frameworkJohnson, C., & Sdunzik, J. (2023). Introduction to Special Issue: Re-imagining Teaching and Learning in the Context of Current Crises. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(1), i-iii. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.1
TPICD2021Is Scientific Creativity Possible in Early Childhood?Scientific creativity Early childhood Science education CreativityYıldız Taşdemir, C. (2021). Is Scientific Creativity Possible in Early Childhood?. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 1(1), 71–82. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2021.6
TPICD2021The Development of the Democratic Behavior Scale: A Validity and Reliability StudyPreschool education early childhood education democracy education democratic behaviorsKent Kükürtcü, S., Erkan, N. S. ., & Seyfeli, Y. (2021). The Development of the Democratic Behavior Scale: A Validity and Reliability Study. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 1(1), 56–70. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2021.5
TPICD2021Investigation of Preschool Children’s Perceptions to Protect the Environment Through Drawingsenvironmental education environmental perception environmental protection preschool child 7R modelKavaz, T. ., Kizgut-Eryilmaz, B. ., Polat, B. ., Amca-Toklu, D. ., & Erbay, F. (2021). Investigation of Preschool Children’s Perceptions to Protect the Environment Through Drawings. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 1(1), 41–55. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2021.4
TPICD2021Visual Perception in Specific Learning DifficultiesLearning Specific learning difficulty Perception Visual perception ChildAral, N. (2021). Visual Perception in Specific Learning Difficulties. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 1(1), 25–40. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2021.3
TPICD2021Views of Kindergarten and First-Grade Teachers on School Readinesstransition to school school readiness kindergarten teachers first-grade teachersErkan, N. S. ., Elkin, N. ., Kavgaoğlu, D. ., Ocal Dörterler, S., & Kerigan, B. . (2021). Views of Kindergarten and First-Grade Teachers on School Readiness. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 1(1), 1–24. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2021.2
TPICD2021Editorial Introduction to the First Issue of Theory and Practice in Child Developmentchild development TPICD JournalErkan, N. S. . (2021). Editorial Introduction to the First Issue of Theory and Practice in Child Development. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 1(1), i-iv. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2021.1
TPICD2022Examining the impact of education on the acquisition of map and globe reading and interpretation skills in terms of genderpreschool education map globe map and globe skillsTarman, İlknur. (2022). Examining the impact of education on the acquisition of map and globe reading and interpretation skills in terms of gender. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 2(1), 114–129. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2022.13
TPICD2022Child safeguarding standards and perceived school readiness in Nepalaccountability child safeguarding strategy people policy procedure school readinessDangol, R. (2022). Child safeguarding standards and perceived school readiness in Nepal. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 2(1), 101–113. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2022.12
TPICD2022Validity and reliability study of classroom management strategies scale: CMSS-preschool teacher formpreschool teachers classroom management classroom management strategies scale developmentBüyüktaşkapu Soydan, S. ., Durmuşoğlu Saltalı, N. ., & Öztürk Samur, A. (2022). Validity and reliability study of classroom management strategies scale: CMSS-preschool teacher form. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 2(1), 76–100. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2022.11
TPICD2022The examination of the relationship between creative thinking tendencies and organizational creativities of preschool teachers21st century skills creativity creative thinking teacher competence Preschool educationÖcal Dörterler, S., & Akay, D. . (2022). The examination of the relationship between creative thinking tendencies and organizational creativities of preschool teachers. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 2(1), 64–75. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2022.10
TPICD2022Investigation of bilingual first-grade students’ school readinessBilingualism school readiness preschool education primary schoolKoşan, Y., & Erkan, N. S. (2022). Investigation of bilingual first-grade students’ school readiness. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 2(1), 41–63. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2022.9
TPICD2022Early childhood life skills scale: Scale development reliability and validity studyearly childhood preschool life skills life skills scale scale developmentTopcu Bilir, Z. (2022). Early childhood life skills scale: Scale development reliability and validity study. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 2(1), 22–40. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2022.8
TPICD2022Determining the parent education preferences and needs of parents with children in preschool education institutions in Turkeyparent education family education parents’ needs parenting preschool periodDurmuşoğlu, M. C., & Yıldız Taşdemir, C. (2022). Determining the parent education preferences and needs of parents with children in preschool education institutions in Turkey. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 2(1), 1–21. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2022.7
TPICD2022The Effect of the Therapy Program with Stories on the Emotional Management Skills of Children with Speech and Language Disorders: Therapy Program with Storiestherapy with stories children speech disorder language disorder sadness anxiety emotion managementKılıç, S., & Büyüktaşkapu Soydan, S. (2022). The Effect of the Therapy Program with Stories on the Emotional Management Skills of Children with Speech and Language Disorders: Therapy Program with Stories . Theory and Practice in Child Development, 2(2), 1–24. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2022.14
TPICD2022Examination of Anxiety Levels of 48-72 Months Children in Terms of Demographic Variables of Fathers and Childrenpreschool child paternal variables early childhood anxiety in childrenSağıroğlugil, S., & Erbay, F. (2022). Examination of Anxiety Levels of 48-72 Months Children in Terms of Demographic Variables of Fathers and Children. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 2(2), 25–36. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2022.15
TPICD2022The Effectiveness of Dialogic Book Reading Technique in Order to Develop Social Skills to 4-5 Years Old Childrenpreschool education social skills Social Behaviours Depicting Cards interactive book readingKerigan, B. ., & Çelebi Öncü, E. . (2022). The Effectiveness of Dialogic Book Reading Technique in Order to Develop Social Skills to 4-5 Years Old Children. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 2(2), 37–57. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2022.16
TPICD2022Investigation of the Effect of Keeping Pets at Home and Playing Musical Instruments on the Empathetic Tendencies of Childrenempathetic tendency children keeping a pet at home playing a musical instrument primary schoolAral, N. ., Körükçü, Özlem, & Kadan, G. (2022). Investigation of the Effect of Keeping Pets at Home and Playing Musical Instruments on the Empathetic Tendencies of Children. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 2(2), 58–71. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2022.17
TPICD2022The Relationship Between Preschool Children's Self-Regulation Skills and Their Mothers' Parental Attitudespreschool children self-regulation skills motherhood parental attitudesAktaş, Özge İrem, & Sop, A. (2022). The Relationship Between Preschool Children’s Self-Regulation Skills and Their Mothers’ Parental Attitudes . Theory and Practice in Child Development, 2(2), 72–95. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2022.18
TPICD2023Examination of 5-6 Years Old Children’s Social Problem Solving Skills with According to Social StatusSocial status Social problem solving Peer relationships Preschool periodGülay Ogelman, H., Koyutürk Koçer, N., & Önder, A. (2023). Examination of 5-6 Years Old Children’s Social Problem Solving Skills with According to Social Status. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 3(1), 1–16. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2023.1
TPICD2023An Investigation of Specific Learning Disability Content Knowledge Competencies of Teachers In Different BranchesSpecial education Specific learning disability Teacher Specific learning disability content knowledgeSivrikaya, T., Karabulut, H. A., & Uçar, A. S. (2023). An Investigation of Specific Learning Disability Content Knowledge Competencies of Teachers In Different Branches. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 3(1), 17–36. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2023.2
TPICD2023Preschool Teachers' Perceptions of Gender in the Classroom: A multifaceted examinationgender gender perception preschool preschool teacherYıldız, S., & Erkan, N. S. (2023). Preschool Teachers’ Perceptions of Gender in the Classroom: A multifaceted examination. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 3(1), 37–50. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2023.3
TPICD2023Parents of Children with Hearing Loss in Inclusive Education in Turkey: Which Problems Do They Face and What Do They Need?*İçyüz, R., & Doğan, M. (2023). Parents of Children with Hearing Loss in Inclusive Education in Turkey: Which Problems Do They Face and What Do They Need?. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 3(1), 51–69. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2023.4
TPICD2023An Action Research on Strengthening the Communication Skills of Foreign Children in the Context of Culturally Sensitive EducationCulturally sensitive education communication action research preschool educationYüncü, S., & Akgül, E. . (2023). An Action Research on Strengthening the Communication Skills of Foreign Children in the Context of Culturally Sensitive Education. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 3(1), 70–85. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2023.5
TPICD2023Supporting the Use of Basic Scientific Process Skills with a Project Approach in Preschool Period: An Action Research*Kefi, S. (2023). Supporting the Use of Basic Scientific Process Skills with a Project Approach in Preschool Period: An Action Research. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 3(1), 86–118. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2023.6
JCSR2019Cover Page & Editorial*Tarman, B. (2019). Cover Page & Editorial. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 1(1), i-v. Retrieved from https://curriculumstudies.org/index.php/CS/article/view/16
JCSR2019Students’ representation of “other” religions: Unearthing the disconnect between curriculum content knowledge and attitudinal changecurriculum religion Africa qualitative research pedagogyAddai-Mununkum, R. (2019). Students’ representation of “other” religions. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 1(1), 1-16. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.01.01.1
JCSR2019The Far Reaching Impact of Transformative Curriculum: A Narrative Critical Ethnographic Case Studytransformative curriculum English language learning immigrant pedagogy United StatesAdams, B. (2019). The Far Reaching Impact of Transformative Curriculum. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 1(1), 17-32. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.01.01.2
JCSR2019Second language learning and cultural identity: Reconceptualizing the French curriculum in Louisiana colleges and universitiesForeign Language Education biculturalism second language learning curriculum studies Louisiana regional FrenchParker, J. (2019). Second language learning and cultural identity. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 1(1), 33-42. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.01.01.3
JCSR2019Theoretical Constructs and Practical Strategies for Intercultural Communication: Informed Teaching Practices in Vietnamintercultural communication, critical cultural awareness, English language teaching, Vietnamese learners, culturally responsive pedagogyVu, T. (2019). Theoretical Constructs and Practical Strategies for Intercultural Communication. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 1(1), 43-53. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.01.01.4
JCSR2019Towards a Knowledge-rich Curriculum: A Case Study of English as a Foreign Language Education in a Vietnamese ContextCurriculum instruction knowledge-rich curriculum action research English as a Foreign Language language educationDinh, H. (2019). Towards a Knowledge-rich Curriculum. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 1(1), 54-70. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.01.01.5
JCSR2019Book Review: Human Rights and Global Diversity: Basic Ethics in ActionBook review human rights Global DiversityAndrews, K. (2019). Book Review: Human Rights and Global Diversity: Basic Ethics in Action. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 1(1), 71-74. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.01.01.6
JCSR2020Editorial*Jones, A., & Kessler, M. (2020). Editorial. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(1), i-ii. Retrieved from https://curriculumstudies.org/index.php/CS/article/view/38
JCSR2020Civility and Shared Fate: Social Studies Teaching as Teaching for Belongingeducation curriculum studies Citizenship education ethics Social studies educationRitter, M. (2020). Civility and Shared Fate: Social Studies Teaching as Teaching for Belonging. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(1), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.02.01.1
JCSR2020Examining Patterns within Challenged or Banned Primary Elementary BooksChildren's literature; challenged books banned books LGBTQBickford, J., & Lawson, D. (2020). Examining Patterns within Challenged or Banned Primary Elementary Books. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(1), 16-38. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.02.01.2
JCSR2020"He's on fire for justice!": Using critical conversations to explore sociopolitical topics in elementary classroomseducation curriculum studies social justice controversial issuesDarolia, L. (2020). "He’s on fire for justice!": Using critical conversations to explore sociopolitical topics in elementary classrooms. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(1), 39-54. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.02.01.3
JCSR2020Gendering Social Studies: Teachers’ Intended and Enacted Curriculum and Student DiffractionEducation curriculum studies gender women social studies education Curricular-instructional gatekeeping teacher beliefs student responseWatson-Canning, A. (2020). Gendering Social Studies: Teachers’ Intended and Enacted Curriculum and Student Diffraction. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(1), 55-75. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.02.01.4
JCSR2020Building Bridges Instead of Walls: Engaging Young Children in Critical Literacy Read Aloudssocial studies critical literacy children's literature early childhood education immigrationBrownell, C., & Rashid, A. (2020). Building Bridges Instead of Walls: Engaging Young Children in Critical Literacy Read Alouds. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(1), 76-94. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.02.01.5
JCSR2020Critical teaching in classrooms of healing: Struggles and testimoniosEthnic Studies critical pedagogy social justice teaching restorative justiceGibbs, B. (2020). Critical teaching in classrooms of healing: Struggles and testimonios. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(1), 95-111. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.02.01.6
JCSR2020The Unethical Practice of Omitting Language in State Science Standards: Denying Students True Democratic FreedomScience education global warming equityWildes, A. (2020). The Unethical Practice of Omitting Language in State Science Standards: Denying Students True Democratic Freedom. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(1), 112-128. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.02.01.7
JCSR2020Teaching the Climate Crisis: Existential Considerationsclimate change pedagogy science education social studies education terror management theoryvan Kessel, C. (2020). Teaching the Climate Crisis: Existential Considerations. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(1), 129-145. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.02.01.8
JCSR2020Introduction to the Special Issue*Garrone-Shufran, S., & Tannebaum, R. (2020). Introduction to the Special Issue. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(2), i-iii. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2020.6
JCSR2020Fighting the plague: “Difficult” knowledge as sirens’ song in teacher educationDifficult knowledge diversity radical love structural violence teacher education terror management theoryvan Kessel, C., & Saleh, M. (2020). Fighting the plague: “Difficult” knowledge as sirens’ song in teacher education. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(2), 1-20. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2020.7
JCSR2020The Social Justice Teaching Collaborative: A Collective Turn Towards Critical Teacher Educationsocial justice teacher education preservice teachers teacher educators collaboration critical theoryAronson, B., Banda, R., Johnson, A., Kelly, M., Radina, R., Reyes, G., Sander, S., & Wronowski, M. (2020). The Social Justice Teaching Collaborative: A Collective Turn Towards Critical Teacher Education. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(2), 21-39. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2020.8
JCSR2020Experience with Diversity is Not Enough: A Pedagogical Framework for Teacher Candidates that Centers Critical Race ConsciousnessTeacher education, critical race theory, pedagogy, methods courses, clinical sitesLee, A., & Lee, A. (2020). Experience with Diversity is Not Enough: A Pedagogical Framework for Teacher Candidates that Centers Critical Race Consciousness. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(2), 40-59. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2020.9
JCSR2020Contextualizing "Practice": Helping Pre-Service Teachers Unpack the Ideological and Sociopolitical Dimensions of Required Practices for Licensuresociopolitical context teacher education teacher practice practice-based teacher education teacher quality best practicesMoody, R. (2020). Contextualizing "Practice": Helping Pre-Service Teachers Unpack the Ideological and Sociopolitical Dimensions of Required Practices for Licensure. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(2), 60-80. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2020.10
JCSR2020Care, Control, and Color: A Conversation About Disparities in School Disciplinary Practicesschool discipline; teacher-student relationships; culture of care; interactive interviewing; parallel storiesWandix-White, D. (2020). Care, Control, and Color: A Conversation About Disparities in School Disciplinary Practices. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(2), 81-97. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2020.11
JCSR2020How Preservice Content Teacher Background Qualities Influence Their Attitude and Commitment to Supporting Multilingual LearnersTeacher education multilingual learners preservice teachers background qualities history methodsAgostinelli, A., & McQuillan, P. (2020). How Preservice Content Teacher Background Qualities Influence Their Attitude and Commitment to Supporting Multilingual Learners. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(2), 98-121. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2020.12
JCSR2020Think outside the book: Transformative justice using children’s literature in educational settingsTransformative Justice, Critical Consciousness, Children’s Literature, Anti-Bias, Equity, Social JusticeAnand, D., & Hsu, L. (2020). Think outside the book: Transformative justice using children’s literature in educational settings. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(2), 122-143. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2020.13
JCSR2020“Ever wondered what schizophrenia was?”: Students’ digital storytelling about mental disordersdigital storytelling mental disorder self expression bilingual learners middle schoolKim, D., & Jia, F. (2020). “Ever wondered what schizophrenia was?”: Students’ digital storytelling about mental disorders. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(2), 144-169. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2020.14
JCSR2020Pathways to Becoming a Culturally Responsive Teacher: Narrative Inquiries into a Translanguaging Read AloudNarrative inquiry Translanguaging Read Alouds Preservice TeachersMoody, S., & Matthews, S. (2020). Pathways to Becoming a Culturally Responsive Teacher: Narrative Inquiries into a Translanguaging Read Aloud. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 2(2), 170-188. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2020.15
JCSR2021Inclusive Online Teaching and Digital Learning: Lessons Learned in the Time of Pandemic and BeyondCovid-19 inclusive curriculum digital learning virtual learningEvans-Amalu, K., & Claravall, E. (2021). Inclusive Online Teaching and Digital Learning: Lessons Learned in the Time of Pandemic and Beyond. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 3(1), i-iii. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2021.4
JCSR2021Towards Abolition: Undoing the Colonized Curriculumabolitionists curriculum whiteness racial justice online learning responsive pedagogyLeslie, A., Watson, V., Borunda, R., Bosworth, K., & Grant, T. (2021). Towards Abolition: Undoing the Colonized Curriculum. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 3(1), 1-20. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2021.5
JCSR2021Towards Socially Just Literacy Teaching in Virtual SpacesVirtual Tutoring Social Justice Curriculum Studies Teacher Education Online Teaching Teacher StoriesIsidro, E., & Teichert, L. (2021). Towards Socially Just Literacy Teaching in Virtual Spaces. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 3(1), 21-41. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2021.6
JCSR2021Lessons Learned From a Rural Classroom Study: Transitioning From Concrete to Virtual Manipulatives to Teach Math Fact Fluency to Students With Learning Disabilities*Kabel, M., Hwang, J., & Hwang, J. (2021). Lessons Learned From a Rural Classroom Study: Transitioning From Concrete to Virtual Manipulatives to Teach Math Fact Fluency to Students With Learning Disabilities. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 3(1), 42-68. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2021.7
JCSR2021Community Making: An Expansive View of Curriculummaking digital ethnography justice living curriculum community-based learningOguilve, V., Wen, W., Bowen, E., Abourehab, Y., Bermudez, A., Gaxiola, E., & Castek, J. (2021). Community Making: An Expansive View of Curriculum. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 3(1), 69-100. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2021.8
JCSR2021Digital storytelling as a tool for reflection in virtual reality projectsdigital storytelling project-based learning reflection middle school learnersKim, D., Coenraad, M., & Park, H. R. (2021). Digital storytelling as a tool for reflection in virtual reality projects. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 3(1), 101-121. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2021.9
JCSR2021Higher Education in Emergencies: The Case of Consociational North MacedoniaHigher education North Macedonia. Education and international development Education and peace-buildingBigagli, F. (2021). Higher Education in Emergencies: The Case of Consociational North Macedonia. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 3(2), 1-18. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2020.1
JCSR2021Contribution of Gender on Learning Readiness among School Students of NepalLearning readiness Student readiness School readiness Family readiness Social capital GenderDangol, R., & Shrestha, M. (2021). Contribution of Gender on Learning Readiness among School Students of Nepal. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 3(2), 19-36. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2020.2
JCSR2021Curriculum Development and Accreditation Standards in the Traditional Islamic Schools in IndonesiaIndonesia Curriculum development accreditation standards traditional Islamic schools madrasahNasir, M. (2021). Curriculum Development and Accreditation Standards in the Traditional Islamic Schools in Indonesia. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 3(2), 37-56. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2020.3
JCSR2021Graduate students share their experiences of building helping skills: A case studyhelping skills, higher education graduate programs, student affairs preparation, curriculum, case studyHoudyshell, M., & Ziegler, N. (2021). Graduate students share their experiences of building helping skills: A case study. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 3(2), 57-78. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2020.4
JCSR2021Factors That Influence Students’ Learning Progress in the Science Spiral Progression Curriculumteacher education, science education, curriculum, science teachingGarcia, R. (2021). Factors That Influence Students’ Learning Progress in the Science Spiral Progression Curriculum. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 3(2), 79-99. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2020.5
JCSR2021Preparing secondary teacher candidates to teach academic Englishacademic language high school, teacher teacher education English language learnersGarrone-Shufran, S. (2021). Preparing secondary teacher candidates to teach academic English. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 3(2), 100-121. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2021.1
JCSR2021Campus Attitudes Toward Academic and Social Inclusion of Students with Intellectual Disabilitycampus attitudes academic inclusion social inclusion intellectual disability diversity and inclusion higher educationCarothers, D., Aydin, H., & Halpern, C. (2021). Campus Attitudes Toward Academic and Social Inclusion of Students with Intellectual Disability. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 3(2), 122-147. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2021.2
JCSR2021Sixth-Graders' Paintings for the U.S. Food Conservation Effort: A Qualitative Studyteaching with visual primary sources civic education U.S. Food Administration C3 FrameworkClabough, J. (2021). Sixth-Graders’ Paintings for the U.S. Food Conservation Effort: A Qualitative Study. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 3(2), 148-168. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2021.3
JCSR2021The Secreted Curriculum and Youth Education to Become the Professionals the World Craves forprofessionalism moral values education secreted curriculum youthNyamai, D. (2021). The Secreted Curriculum and Youth Education to Become the Professionals the World Craves for. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 3(2), 169-193. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2021.10
JCSR2021Determining the Influences of a Hidden Curriculum on Students’ Character Development Using the Illuminative Evaluation Modelcurriculum evaluation Illuminative Evaluation Model hidden curriculum qualitative evaluation character developmentGunio, M. (2021). Determining the Influences of a Hidden Curriculum on Students’ Character Development Using the Illuminative Evaluation Model. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 3(2), 194-206. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2021.11
JCSR2021Spirituality and Mindfulness Practices of Early Childhood and Elementary Preservice Teachers: A Snapshot: Spirituality and Mindfulness of Preservice TeachersMindfulness Sprirituality Preservice Teacher EducationEvans-Amalu, K., Lucey, T., & Lin, M. (2021). Spirituality and Mindfulness Practices of Early Childhood and Elementary Preservice Teachers: A Snapshot. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 3(2), 207-221. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2021.12
JCSR2022Religion and Higher Education in the American South: Introduction to the Special IssueSpecial issue religion higher education American South United StatesPlatt, R., & Burlbaw, L. (2022). Religion and Higher Education in the American South: Introduction to the Special Issue. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 4(1), i-iii. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2022.1
JCSR2022Paths from Spiritual Support to College Self-Efficacy in Southeastern Christian and Southeastern Public University StudentsSoutheastern Christian Spiritual Modeling College Self-Efficacy College Students Perspective-TakingCarter, M. (2022). Paths from Spiritual Support to College Self-Efficacy in Southeastern Christian and Southeastern Public University Students. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 4(1), 1-17. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2022.2
JCSR2022Let Him Use You: Southern Womanism, Utterance, and Saint Katharine Drexel's Educational PhilosophyBlack women’s studies Southern womanism Utterance Black Catholic education Black Catholics Afro-futurismMorton, B. (2022). Let Him Use You: Southern Womanism, Utterance, and Saint Katharine Drexel’s Educational Philosophy. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 4(1), 18-30. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2022.3
JCSR2022Grappling With Gender, Religion, and Higher Education in the South: Mary Sharp College from Its Founding Through the Civil WarHigher education history of education Mary Sharp College Civil War Gender History Women's College Baptist History Southern HistoryGage, C. (2022). Grappling With Gender, Religion, and Higher Education in the South: Mary Sharp College from Its Founding Through the Civil War. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 4(1), 31-42. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2022.4
JCSR2022Louisiana College: Factors in the Initial Survival of a Later Denominational CollegeBaptists Antebellum, Old-Time or Denominational Colleges Louisiana Baptist Convention Education CommissionOdenwald, J. (2022). Louisiana College: Factors in the Initial Survival of a Later Denominational College. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 4(1), 43-57. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2022.5
JCSR2022A Ghostly Closure? The Strange History of Brinkley Female College, Nineteenth-Century Spiritualism, and the Terminal Effects of Sensationalist Journalismcollege closure Spiritualism Brinkley Female College Southern women's higher education nineteenth-century sensationalist journalism higher education historyPlatt, R., & Parris, H. (2022). A Ghostly Closure? The Strange History of Brinkley Female College, Nineteenth-Century Spiritualism, and the Terminal Effects of Sensationalist Journalism. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 4(1), 58-75. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2022.6
JCSR2022Loyola University New Orleans College of Law: A HistoryLoyola University College of Law: A History (book) Maria Isabel Medina nonfiction higher education religion LouisianaHall, K. (2022). Loyola University New Orleans College of Law: A History. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 4(1), 76-78. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2022.7
JCSR2022The Challenging and Transformative Implications of Education for Sustainable Development: A Case Study in South KoreaEducation for sustainable development South Korea Tongeong Regional Center of Expertise learning society curriculum reformSung, J. H., & Choi, J. (2022). The Challenging and Transformative Implications of Education for Sustainable Development: A Case Study in South Korea. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 4(2), 1-14. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2022.8
JCSR2022Analysis of Transformational Teaching as a Philosophical Foundation for Effective ClassroomsTransformational teaching Effective classroom Critical thinking Student collaboration Holistic developmentOmodan, B., & Addam, B. (2022). Analysis of Transformational Teaching as a Philosophical Foundation for Effective Classrooms. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 4(2), 15-29. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2022.9
JCSR2022A Reductionist Approach in Curricular Planning for Teaching Language Artslanguage arts education teacher workload curriculum curricular planning reading writingTaylor, B. (2022). A Reductionist Approach in Curricular Planning for Teaching Language Arts. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 4(2), 30-43. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2022.10
JCSR2022Teachers Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Graphical Communication Concept: A Case of Four Selected Township Schoolsgraphical communication engineering graphics and design pedagogical content knowledge content knowledge pedagogical knowledgeHlatshwayo, B., Skosana, N., & Khoza, S. (2022). Teachers Pedagogical Content Knowledge in Graphical Communication Concept: A Case of Four Selected Township Schools. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 4(2), 44-58. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2022.11
JCSR2022The First Life Studies Curriculum in the History of the Turkish Republic and the Influence of John DeweyLife Studies, 1926 primary education curriculum objectives values John Dewey TurkeyKaya, M. (2022). The First Life Studies Curriculum in the History of the Turkish Republic and the Influence of John Dewey. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 4(2), 59-88. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2022.13
JCSR2022Paideia and Israel EducationIsrael education paideia educational theory reflective practiceGlasser, I. (2022). Paideia and Israel Education. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 4(2), 89-100. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2022.15
JCSR2023Creating Sustainable Learning Environments in the Era of the Posthuman: Towards Borderless Curriculumpost human borderless curriculum initial teacher education COVID-19 new innovationsDube, B., Mahlomaholo, S., Setlalentoa, W., & Tarman, B. (2023). Creating Sustainable Learning Environments in the Era of the Posthuman: Towards Borderless Curriculum. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(1), i-x. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.1
JCSR2023Analysis of connectivism as a tool for posthuman university classroomsPosthumanism connectivism university classrooms classroom stakeholdersOmodan, B. (2023). Analysis of connectivism as a tool for posthuman university classrooms. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(1), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.2
JCSR2023Student Teachers’ Experiences of Open Distance e-Learning Support in a Posthuman Era: A Learner Engagement Perspectiverural students information and communication technologies open distance e-learning learning management systems cooperative learning posthuman eraZwane, S., & Mudau, P. (2023). Student Teachers’ Experiences of Open Distance e-Learning Support in a Posthuman Era: A Learner Engagement Perspective. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(1), 13-33. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.3
JCSR2023Borderless Curriculum in the Post-Human Era: Reflections on the United States of America and South African Initial Teacher Pedagogical Practicesborderless curriculum teacher education post-human era South African curriculum States of America curriculumDube, B., & Campbell, E. (2023). Borderless Curriculum in the Post-Human Era: Reflections on the United States of America and South African Initial Teacher Pedagogical Practices. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(1), 34-43. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.4
JCSR2023Primary Preservice Science Teachers’ Perceptions of Practical Work in Remote Learning Environmentspractical work preservice teachers primary science remote learningTsakeni, M. (2023). Primary Preservice Science Teachers’ Perceptions of Practical Work in Remote Learning Environments. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(1), 44-62. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.5
JCSR2023Perceptions of Academic Resilience by Senior Phase Learners and Teachers from Low Socioeconomic Schoolsacademic resilience relational family support future aspirations secondary school low socioeconomic schoolsMampane, M. (2023). Perceptions of Academic Resilience by Senior Phase Learners and Teachers from Low Socioeconomic Schools. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(1), 63-81. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.6
JCSR2023Renewal in Educational Spaces as a Relational Aspect: Making Way for a New Culture of Reasoning Innovation and Sustainabilitybalance ethics innovation educational spaces relational aspects problem-solvingMolomo, P. (2023). Renewal in Educational Spaces as a Relational Aspect: Making Way for a New Culture of Reasoning Innovation and Sustainability. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(1), 82-94. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.7
JCSR2023Teachers’ Perceptions of Integrating Technology in Rural Primary Schools to Enhance the Teaching of English First Additional Languagebarriers digital skills learners pedagogical practices posthumanism technologyMaja, M. (2023). Teachers’ Perceptions of Integrating Technology in Rural Primary Schools to Enhance the Teaching of English First Additional Language. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(1), 95-112. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.8
JCSR2023Pre-Service Science Teachers’ Preparedness for Classroom Teaching: Exploring Aspects of Self-Efficacy and Pedagogical Content Knowledge for Sustainable Learning Environmentsconfidence Fourth Industrial Revolution initial teacher training posthumanism science education social changeLekhu, M. (2023). Pre-Service Science Teachers’ Preparedness for Classroom Teaching: Exploring Aspects of Self-Efficacy and Pedagogical Content Knowledge for Sustainable Learning Environments. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(1), 113-129. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.9
JCSR2023Enhancing Self-Efficacy of Beginner Teachers in the Use of E-Portfolio: The Role of a Mentor Teacherself-efficacy mentor teacher beginner teacher e-portfolioMokone, M., & Setlalentoa, W. (2023). Enhancing Self-Efficacy of Beginner Teachers in the Use of E-Portfolio: The Role of a Mentor Teacher. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(1), 130-140. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.10
JCSR2023What Do Bachelor of Indigenous Knowledge Systems Graduates Say About Their Curriculum? A Qualitative Tracer Study at the University of Vendacurriculum bachelor of indigenous knowledge system tracer studies graduates posthuman thinking humanities critical thinkingNevhudoli, N., & Olive Netshandama, V. (2023). What Do Bachelor of Indigenous Knowledge Systems Graduates Say About Their Curriculum? A Qualitative Tracer Study at the University of Venda. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(1), 141-158. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.11
JCSR2023Curriculum enablement and posthumanism: Pathways for creating and implementing a community development curriculumposthumanism curriculum enablement collaboration relationalityMagaiza, G., & Muchaku, S. (2023). Curriculum enablement and posthumanism: Pathways for creating and implementing a community development curriculum. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(1), 159-170. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.12
JCSR2023Early Childhood in the Era of Post-humanism: Lending an Ear to Natureanthropocene early childhood indigenous knowledge nature nonhuman posthumanism pre-schoolJansen van Vuuren, E. (2023). Early Childhood in the Era of Post-humanism: Lending an Ear to Nature. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(1), 171-180. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.13
JCSR2023A Reflection on Implementation of Posthumanist Pedagogy in Polytechnics in Zimbabwe during COVID-19 Eraposthuman pedagogy blended learning online learning exclusiveNyika, R., & Motalenyane, A. (2023). A Reflection on Implementation of Posthumanist Pedagogy in Polytechnics in Zimbabwe during COVID-19 Era. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(1), 181-192. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.14
JCSR2023The Enhancement of Pedagogical Capital by Civil Technology Teachers when Engaged with Practical Assessment Task: A Curriculum Transformation Legacycivil technology practical assessment task pedagogical capital teachers curriculum transformationMtshali, T., & Singh-Pillay, A. (2023). The Enhancement of Pedagogical Capital by Civil Technology Teachers when Engaged with Practical Assessment Task: A Curriculum Transformation Legacy. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(2), 1-22. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.16
JCSR2023Read, Make, and Mend the World: College Students Developing an Antiracist, Interdisciplinary Curriculum for Childrenpicture books crafting education anti-racist pedagogy interdisciplinaryAnderson, D., Ping, Y., Li, P., Markel, B., Moyo, P., Nation, F., King, S., Bautista, A., Lee, S., Alvarado, C., Poxon, L., Tillis, T., Huynh, J., & Lopez, C. (2023). Read, Make, and Mend the World: College Students Developing an Antiracist, Interdisciplinary Curriculum for Children. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(2), 23-36. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.24
JCSR2023The Role of Culture in Shaping the Curriculum of Higher Education in South AfricaAfricanization Culture Curriculum transformation locally relevant curriculumMoremoholo, T. (2023). The Role of Culture in Shaping the Curriculum of Higher Education in South Africa. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(2), 37-55. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.17
JCSR2023Relationally Enhancing Teacher Education in Early Childhood Learning Environments towards SustainabilityRelationality Post-humanism, Early Child Education Care and Education, Sustainable Learning Environments, DiffractionMahlomaholo, M., Israel, H., & Mahlomaholo, S. (2023). Relationally Enhancing Teacher Education in Early Childhood Learning Environments towards Sustainability. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(2), 56-68. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.18
JCSR2023Fictional Stories: The learning strategy to mitigates challenges of reading comprehension for university studentsreading comprehension reading collaborative learning informational text challengesMoloi, T. J., & Adegoriolu, E. (2023). Fictional Stories: The learning strategy to mitigates challenges of reading comprehension for university students. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(2), 69-85. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.15
JCSR2023Examining Media Literacy Perceptions of Preservice Social Studies Teachers in Turkeymedia literacy media literacy perception social studies education preservice teachersÖzel, A. (2023). Examining Media Literacy Perceptions of Preservice Social Studies Teachers in Turkey. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(2), 86-117. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.21
JCSR2023Teachers’ Perceptions of Paper-Based GIS Implementation in The Rural Learning EcologyPaper-based geographic information system (PBGIS) geographic information system (GIS) rural learning ecology geographyMkhize, T. (2023). Teachers’ Perceptions of Paper-Based GIS Implementation in The Rural Learning Ecology. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(2), 118-135. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.20
JCSR2023Exploring the Effectiveness of Practical Assessment Tasks Towards Skills Development in Mechanical Technology Subjectmechanical technology practical assessment task skills development pedagogical content knowledgeMhlanga, P., Khoza, S., & Skosana, N. (2023). Exploring the Effectiveness of Practical Assessment Tasks Towards Skills Development in Mechanical Technology Subject. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(2), 136-150. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.22
JCSR2023Teachers' Views on the Application of Educational Technologies in the Classroom: A Case of Selected Tshwane West Secondary Schools in Gautengeducational technology fourth industrial revolution information and communication technology resourcesKgosi, M., Makgato, M., & Skosana, N. (2023). Teachers’ Views on the Application of Educational Technologies in the Classroom: A Case of Selected Tshwane West Secondary Schools in Gauteng. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(2), 151-166. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.23
JCSR2023The Effects of Computer Aided Education in the Education of Folk Cultural Productscomputer-aided education folklore education multimedia software cultural competency quasi-experimental designAimukhambet, Z., Aituganova, S., Alimbayev, A., Sagynadin, G., & Seiputanova, A. (2023). The Effects of Computer Aided Education in the Education of Folk Cultural Products. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(2), 167-185. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.25
JCVE2018EditorialCulture and ValuesTarman, B. (2018). Editorial. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 1(1), i-ii. Retrieved from https://cultureandvalues.org/index.php/JCV/article/view/6
JCVE2018Does higher education change value perceptions?value perceptions higher education TurkeyYigit, M. (2018). Does higher education change value perceptions?. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 1(1), 1-8. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.01.01.1
JCVE2018The School Curriculum and Its Influence on Teacher Motivation in Curriculum Implementation in Kenyaschool curriculum teacher motivation curriculum implementationKagema, J. (2018). The School Curriculum and Its Influence on Teacher Motivation in Curriculum Implementation in Kenya. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 1(1), 9-25. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.01.01.2
JCVE2018The Culture and History of Standards-Based Educational Reform and Social Studies in Americastandards-based educational reform educational policies social studies educationKenna, J., & Russell III, W. (2018). The Culture and History of Standards-Based Educational Reform and Social Studies in America. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 1(1), 26-49. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.01.01.3
JCVE2018Poetry in the Social Studies Textbooks in Turkeysocial studies education textbooks poemsTarman, B., & Kılınç, E. (2018). Poetry in the Social Studies Textbooks in Turkey. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 1(1), 50-62. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.01.01.4
JCVE2018EditorialJournal of Culture and Values in EducationTarman, B. (2018). Editorial. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 1(2), i-iii. Retrieved from https://cultureandvalues.org/index.php/JCV/article/view/17
JCVE2018"Won’t You be my Neighbor?": A Study of Familial Perceptions of Character Education in PBS Media Programming in the United StatesSocial Emotional Learning, Character Education, Media, Early Childhood EducationEvans, K., Russell, W., Furgione, B., & Sheridan, A. (2018). "Won’t You be my Neighbor?". Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 1(2), 1-22. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.01.02.1
JCVE2018Don't Shut Up: Why Teachers Must Defend the First Amendment in Secondary SchoolsFirst Amendment, academic freedom censorship, social studies, democracyMoore, J. (2018). Don’t Shut Up: Why Teachers Must Defend the First Amendment in Secondary Schools. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 1(2), 23-41. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.01.02.2
JCVE2018A culture of equality? Equitable access to education as viewed through academic scholarshipDisproportionate representation, special education, gifted, underrepresentationCarothers, D. (2018). A culture of equality?. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 1(2), 42-57. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.01.02.3
JCVE2018Multicultural for who? A review of a comprehensive multicultural textbookMulticultural education Curriculum and Instruction DiversityHalpern, C. (2018). Multicultural for who? A review of a comprehensive multicultural textbook. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 1(2), 58-62. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.01.02.4
JCVE2019Editorial 2019: (2)1, Special Issue: The Problem of CultureCulture educationLafer, S., & Tarman, B. (2019). Editorial 2019: (2)1, Special Issue. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(1), i-v. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.02.01.ed
JCVE2019Using Dewey's Conception of Democracy to Problematize the Notion of Disability in Public Educationdemocratic education, citizenship, special education, civic education, social foundationsMullins, R. (2019). Using Dewey’s Conception of Democracy to Problematize the Notion of Disability in Public Education. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(1), 1-17. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.02.01.1
JCVE2019Parallel Oppressions: Culturally-Enforced Limitations on the Individual's Humanityauthoritarian schools relational ethics humanityJones, A. (2019). Parallel Oppressions. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(1), 18-33. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.02.01.2
JCVE2019Questioning the Problematic Nature of School Culture in Elementary Teacher EducationCurriculum Studies Teacher Education Elementary Teachers School Culture HumanizationMeier, L. (2019). Questioning the Problematic Nature of School Culture in Elementary Teacher Education. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(1), 34-44. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.02.01.3
JCVE2019Limiting Learning Environments through DomesticationDomestication, Critical pedagogy, Praxis, Culturally relevant teachingBoutelier, S. (2019). Limiting Learning Environments through Domestication. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(1), 45-55. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.02.01.4
JCVE2019Toward a Brillant Diversityculturally consonant character education racial contract white supermacyJohnson, C., & Hinton, H. (2019). Toward a Brillant Diversity. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(1), 56-70. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.02.01.5
JCVE2019The Politics of Culture: A Discourse Analysis of the Texas Social Studies Curriclumdiscourse analysis social studies Texas cultureStrunc, A. (2019). The Politics of Culture. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(1), 71-80. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.02.01.6
JCVE2019Resisting Assimilation to the Melting Pot: Validating the Cultural Curriculum of the HomeCultural Curriculum of the home Parents as educators Pedagogies of the homeCalderon Berumen, F. (2019). Resisting Assimilation to the Melting Pot. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(1), 81-95. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.02.01.7
JCVE2019The Challenge with Educational Transformation: Rethinking the Mission to Educate in an Era of Change, Progress and Uncertaintycultural commons traditions consumerismEtherington, M. (2019). The Challenge with Educational Transformation. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(1), 96-112. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.02.01.8
JCVE2019Timeless Learning: How Imagination, Observation, and Zero-Based Thinking Change Schools: A Reviewstudent-centered learning school leadership student voiceMorris, C., & Chapman, L. (2019). Timeless Learning: How Imagination, Observation, and Zero-Based Thinking Change Schools. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(1), 113-118. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.02.01.9
JCVE2019Editorial 2019: (2)2Journal of Culture and Values in EducationTarman, B. (2019). Editorial 2019: (2)2. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(2), i-iii. Retrieved from https://cultureandvalues.org/index.php/JCV/article/view/39
JCVE2019Influence of Teacher's Characteristics on Civic Education Implementation in NigeriaCivic education instructional implementation teacher education ICT constructivist knowledge lifelong learningObiagu, A. (2019). Influence of Teacher’s Characteristics on Civic Education Implementation in Nigeria. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(2), 1-20. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.02.02.1
JCVE2019Teaching as a career choice: A case study on the perceptions of emerging teachersemerging teachers, new teacher recruitment, teacher preparation, teacher shortageHoudyshell, M. (2019). Teaching as a career choice: A case study on the perceptions of emerging teachers. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(2), 21-37. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.02.02.2
JCVE2019The Impact of demographic factors on pre-service teachers’ perception of Educational Research: Findings from a private universityEducational Research Statistics anxiety Demographic factors Pre-service Teachers Teaching experienceManu, J., & Owusu-Ansah, C. (2019). The Impact of demographic factors on pre-service teachers’ perception of Educational Research: Findings from a private university. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(2), 38-56. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.02.02.3
JCVE2019Historical Fiction Picture Books: The Tensions Between Genre and FormatHistorical Fiction; Picture Books; Literary AnalysisWadham, R., Garrett, A., & Garrett, E. (2019). Historical Fiction Picture Books. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(2), 57-72. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.02.02.4
JCVE2019Islamic Philosophy of EducationIslamic Philosophy of EducationBhat, A. (2019). Islamic Philosophy of Education. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(2), 73-76. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.02.02.5
JCVE2019Urie Bronfenbrenner: The Ecology of Human Development Book ReviewTheory Ecological Systems TheorySoyer, G. (2019). Urie Bronfenbrenner: The Ecology of Human Development Book Review. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(2), 77-80. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.02.02.6
JCVE2019Against Reactionary Populism: Opening a Needed Conversation in Educationpopuler culture education Reactionary PopulismRobbins, C., Bishop, J., & Tarman, B. (2019). Against Reactionary Populism: Opening a Needed Conversation in Education. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(3), i-vi. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.03.02.ed
JCVE2019In a State of Fragility: The Compromised Dignity of Communities, Indignation, and the Incapacitation of Public Educationinequality, indignation, dignity, advocacy, agency, the work of communitiesKrynski, A. (2019). In a State of Fragility: The Compromised Dignity of Communities, Indignation, and the Incapacitation of Public Education. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(3), 1-24. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.03.02.1
JCVE2019Lessons of Policing and Exclusion: Pedagogical Probabilities Present in Active Shooter TrainingFear Survillance Exclusion DemocracyFerris, E. (2019). Lessons of Policing and Exclusion. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(3), 25-43. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.03.02.2
JCVE2019Rewriting Teacher Education: Food, Love, and CommunityNarrative Inquiry Voice Teacher Education Humanizing EducationGrewal, I., Maher, A., Watters, H., Clemens, D., & Webb, K. (2019). Rewriting Teacher Education: Food, Love, and Community. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(3), 44-60. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.03.02.3
JCVE2019Disability and Higher Education in Palestine: Models of Resilience and Inclusion in the Face of Segregating Democracysegregating democracy, Disability, Palestinian higher education institutions, pedagogical advocacy.Snounu, Y. (2019). Disability and Higher Education in Palestine. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(3), 61-78. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.03.02.4
JCVE2019Teacher Proof: The Intersection of Scripted Curriculum and Culturally Relevant Pedagogy for English Learnersculturally relevant English learners scripted standardized curriculumBenegas, M. (2019). Teacher Proof. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(3), 79-93. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.03.02.5
JCVE2019Dewey and Political Communication in the Age of MediationJohn Dewey Pragmatism Media literacy democratic education media ecologyMason, L. (2019). Dewey and Political Communication in the Age of Mediation. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 2(3), 94-102. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.03.02.6
JCVE2020Special issue editorial: Disrupting norms in teacher preparation programs: Navigating challenges and sharing successesdistrupt learning and unlearning teacher educationMorris, C., & Chapman, L. (2020). Special issue editorial: Disrupting norms in teacher preparation programs: Navigating challenges and sharing successes. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(1), i-iv. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.03.01.ed
JCVE2020Disrupting to Sustain: Teacher Preparation Through Innovative Teaching and Learning Practicescritical pedagogy, research collective, teacher education, culturally sustaining pedagogyMorales, D., Ruggiano, C., Carter, C., Pfeifer, K., & Green, K. (2020). Disrupting to Sustain: Teacher Preparation Through Innovative Teaching and Learning Practices. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(1), 1-20. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.03.01.1
JCVE2020Critical Self-Reflection as Disruption: A Black Feminist Self-StudySelf-study Junior Faculty Preservice Teachers Culturally Responsive Education Teacher EducationKressler, B. (2020). Critical Self-Reflection as Disruption: A Black Feminist Self-Study. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(1), 21-38. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.03.01.2
JCVE2020Implementing non-traditional assessment strategies in teacher preparation: Opportunities and challengesassessment ungrading mastery learning teacher preparation collaborative learningNewton, J., Williams, M., & Feeney, D. (2020). Implementing non-traditional assessment strategies in teacher preparation: Opportunities and challenges. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(1), 39-51. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.03.01.3
JCVE2020Critical Race Theory: Disruption in Teacher Education Pedagogycritical race theory pedagogy teacher education disruption race racismSmith, A. (2020). Critical Race Theory: Disruption in Teacher Education Pedagogy. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(1), 52-71. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.03.01.4
JCVE2020Teacher Educators as Disruptors Redesigning Courses in Teacher Preparation Programs to Prepare white Preservice Teachersteacher preparation pre-tenure faculty critical race theory self-study Black facultyBertrand, S., & Porcher, K. (2020). Teacher Educators as Disruptors Redesigning Courses in Teacher Preparation Programs to Prepare white Preservice Teachers. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(1), 72-88. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.03.01.5
JCVE2020Disrupting Norms to Increase Diversity of Teacher Candidates: Restraining Forces for Junior Facultyjunior faculty teacher diversity multicultural education diversity of teacher candidatesBuchter, J., More, C., Oh-Young, C., & Stringfellow, J. (2020). Disrupting Norms to Increase Diversity of Teacher Candidates: Restraining Forces for Junior Faculty. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(1), 89-103. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.03.01.6
JCVE2020Promoting Change within Special Education Teacher Preparation Program: A Collision of NeedsTeacher Shortage Junior Faculty Alternative Routes to LicensureMore, C., & Rodgers, W. (2020). Promoting Change within Special Education Teacher Preparation Program: A Collision of Needs. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(1), 104-119. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.03.01.7
JCVE2020Expanding Our Reach: Cross-Institutional Collaborations and Teacher Preparation in Hispanic Serving Institutionshispanic serving institutions Latinx teachers teacher education pipeline faculty professional developmentSoltero Lopez, A., & Lopez, P. (2020). Expanding Our Reach: Cross-Institutional Collaborations and Teacher Preparation in Hispanic Serving Institutions. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(1), 120-135. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.03.01.8
JCVE2020Language in Educational Contextslinguistic theory and methods language ideology language learning practicesKeefer, N., & Haj-Broussard, M. (2020). Language in Educational Contexts. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(2), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.9
JCVE2020Linguistic Landscape in Educational Spaceslinguistic landscape schoolscape language ideology educational spaces bilingual educationBernardo-Hinesley, S. (2020). Linguistic Landscape in Educational Spaces. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(2), 13-23. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.10
JCVE2020Serious with the Wordplay: Battle Rap as a Critical Literacy Site and Modelhip-hop pedagogy battle rap black male education critical literacy social studies english language artsJohnson, M. (2020). Serious with the Wordplay: Battle Rap as a Critical Literacy Site and Model. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(2), 24-41. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.11
JCVE2020What Does “Education” Mean: Cultural Values in Educational LanguageNatural Semantics Metalanguage corpus study educational theory lexical meaningHonegger, M. (2020). What Does “Education” Mean: Cultural Values in Educational Language. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(2), 42-53. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.12
JCVE2020Language Ideologies, Language Policies and their Translation into Fiscal Policies in the U.S. Perspectives of Language Education Community StakeholdersLanguage ideology Language policy teacher professional development world language educationBaşok, E., & Sayer, P. (2020). Language Ideologies, Language Policies and their Translation into Fiscal Policies in the U.S. Perspectives of Language Education Community Stakeholders. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(2), 54-80. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.13
JCVE2020Broadening Understandings of the Cultural Value of Aloha in a Teacher Educator ProgramTeacher Education, Culturally Responsive Teaching, Education and Aloha, Place-Based EducationEbersole, M., & Kanahele-Mossman, H. (2020). Broadening Understandings of the Cultural Value of Aloha in a Teacher Educator Program. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(2), 81-99. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.14
JCVE2020Funds of Identity and Education: The Journey of a Latina Educator from Linguistic Erasure to Linguistic Empowermentidentity Latina language heritage language educator preparation funds of identityGuerra, M., Lopez, M., & Benavides, A. (2020). Funds of Identity and Education: The Journey of a Latina Educator from Linguistic Erasure to Linguistic Empowerment. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(2), 100-119. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.15
JCVE2020El Instituto: Centering Language, Culture, and Power in Bilingual Teacher Professional DevelopmentBilingual Education professional development critical pedagogyStacy, J., Fernández, Y., & Reyes McGovern, E. (2020). El Instituto: Centering Language, Culture, and Power in Bilingual Teacher Professional Development. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(2), 120-137. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.16
JCVE2020Narratives of Racial Reckoning: Oppression, Resistance, and Inspiration in English ClassroomsCritical Conciousness English Language Arts Teacher Education narrative inquiryMorales, J., & Bardo, N. (2020). Narratives of Racial Reckoning: Oppression, Resistance, and Inspiration in English Classrooms. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(2), 138-157. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.17
JCVE2020Dynamic Language Use in Bi/Multilingual Early Childhood Education Contexts: A Critical Review of the Literaturebilingual translanguaging early childhood dynamic languagePontier, R., Destro Boruchowski, I., & Olivo, L. (2020). Dynamic Language Use in Bi/Multilingual Early Childhood Education Contexts. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(2), 158-178. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.18
JCVE2020“I Call Them My Little Chinese Kids”: Parents’ Identities and Language Ideologies in a Mandarin-English Dual Language Immersion Schoolbilingual education dual language immersion MandarinChung, M. (2020). “I Call Them My Little Chinese Kids”: Parents’ Identities and Language Ideologies in a Mandarin-English Dual Language Immersion School. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(2), 179-195. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.19
JCVE2020How English-Speaking Teachers Can Create a Welcoming Environment that Allows Students to Maintain and Utilize their Language through Translanguaging: A Qualitative Case Studytranslanguaging funds of knowledge English learnersAdams, B. (2020). How English-Speaking Teachers Can Create a Welcoming Environment that Allows Students to Maintain and Utilize their Language through Translanguaging: A Qualitative Case Study. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 3(2), 196-211. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.20
JCVE2021Culture, cognition, and college: How do cultural values and theories of intelligence predict students’ intrinsic value for learning?cultural values intrinsic value for learning theories of intelligence educationDonohue, D. (2020). Culture, cognition, and college: How do cultural values and theories of intelligence predict students’ intrinsic value for learning?. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 4(1), 1-14. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.3
JCVE2021Intercultural Experiences Prior to the Educational Program: Occupational Therapy and Social Work StudentsDiversity Intercultural competence Intercultural experience Occupational therapy social workTétreault, S., Bétrisey, C., Brisset, C., Gulfi, A., Schaer, M., Leanza, Y., & Kühne, N. (2020). Intercultural Experiences Prior to the Educational Program: Occupational Therapy and Social Work Students. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 4(1), 15-33. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.6
JCVE2021From Brain Drain to Brain Gain: The Battle Against Talent Drainretention talent drain smart growth smart cities brain gainNdiangui, P. (2020). From Brain Drain to Brain Gain: The Battle Against Talent Drain. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 4(1), 34-48. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.5
JCVE2021Students’ and Teachers’ Factors Hindering Effective Teaching and Learning of Economics in Secondary Schools in the Nsukka Local Government Area of Enugu Stateteacher factors students factors effective teaching & learning of EconomicsIdika, E. (2020). Students’ and Teachers’ Factors Hindering Effective Teaching and Learning of Economics in Secondary Schools in the Nsukka Local Government Area of Enugu State. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 4(1), 49-63. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.4
JCVE2021Increasing Civic Engagement Through Civic Education: A Critical Consciousness Theory PerspectiveCivic engagement critical consciousness community volunteerism environmental civility sociodemographic factorsAjaps, S., & Obiagu, A. (2020). Increasing Civic Engagement Through Civic Education: A Critical Consciousness Theory Perspective. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 4(1), 64-87. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.2
JCVE2021Obstacles facing rural women development in the Palestinian society: Nablus Governorate as a Case StudyDevelopment rural women Palestinian women economic geographyAburaida, L. (2020). Obstacles facing rural women development in the Palestinian society: Nablus Governorate as a Case Study. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 4(1), 88-99. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.1
JCVE2021A Value and Character Educational Model: Repercussions for Students, Teachers, and Familiesvalues education character education educational leadershipBerges Puyo, J. (2020). A Value and Character Educational Model: Repercussions for Students, Teachers, and Families. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 4(1), 100-115. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.7
JCVE2021The cultural dimensions of information use: A focus on the experience of Emirati students in higher educationculture, Hofstede, information use, mixed methods, cultural dimensions of information useWeston, H. (2020). The cultural dimensions of information use: A focus on the experience of Emirati students in higher education. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 4(1), 116-134. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2020.8
JCVE2021Multidimensional Social Crisis and Religious Violence in Southeast Asia: Regional Strategic Agenda, Weak Civilian Government, Triune Crime, Wealth Gaps, and Coopted JournalismReligion harassment triune crime islamophobia economic gaps peace journalismSuntana, I., & Tresnawaty, B. (2021). Multidimensional Social Crisis and Religious Violence in Southeast Asia: Regional Strategic Agenda, Weak Civilian Government, Triune Crime, Wealth Gaps, and Coopted Journalism. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 4(2), 1-13. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2021.2
JCVE2021Systematic versus informal application of culturally relevant pedagogy: Are performance outcomes different? A study of college studentsculturally relevant pedagogy cultural competence critical thinking academic successPilotti, M., & Al Mubarak, H. (2021). Systematic versus informal application of culturally relevant pedagogy: Are performance outcomes different? A study of college students. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 4(2), 14-26. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2021.1
JCVE2021Foreign Language Teachers’ Intercultural Competence as a New Aspect of Professional Developmentprofessional development intercultural competence foreign language teachingGazioğlu, M., & Güner, B. (2021). Foreign Language Teachers’ Intercultural Competence as a New Aspect of Professional Development. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 4(2), 27-41. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2021.3
JCVE2021Supplemental Instruction as a Tool for Students' Academic Performance in Higher Educationsupplemental instruction students' academic performance first-year students higher education constructivismAdebola, O. (2021). Supplemental Instruction as a Tool for Students’ Academic Performance in Higher Education. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 4(2), 42-51. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2021.4
JCVE2021The construction of the racialized Other in the educational sphere: The stories of students with immigrant backgrounds in Montréalracialization turning points educational sphere youths with immigrant backgroundsDarchinian, F., Magnan, M.-O., & de Oliveira Soares, R. (2021). The construction of the racialized Other in the educational sphere: The stories of students with immigrant backgrounds in Montréal. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 4(2), 52-64. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2021.6
JCVE2021Social worldviews and social attitudes: Examining the psychological correlates for other-concernworldviews social attitudes self-transcendence just-world belief affirmative action social dominance orientationOlonisakin, T., Adebayo, S., & Idemudia, E. (2021). Social worldviews and social attitudes: Examining the psychological correlates for other-concern. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 4(2), 65-83. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2021.7
JCVE2021Covid-19 and the entrenchment of a virtual Elite private school: Rethinking education policies in ZimbabweCOVID-19 inequality online education underprivileged learner privileged learnerHove, B., & Dube, B. (2021). Covid-19 and the entrenchment of a virtual Elite private school: Rethinking education policies in Zimbabwe. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 4(2), 84-94. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2021.5
JCVE2021Conceptualisation of Ubuntugogy as a Decolonial Pedagogy in AfricaUbuntugogy Decoloniality pedagogy alternative pedagogyOmodan, B., & Diko, N. (2021). Conceptualisation of Ubuntugogy as a Decolonial Pedagogy in Africa. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 4(2), 95-104. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2021.8
JCVE2021Social Justice: A Missing Link in A Literary Review of Successful Strategies Utilized by Principals for Retaining African American Teachersteacher retention African Americans social justice principals teachers of color professional developmentGoodloe, A. R., & Ardley, J. (2021). Social Justice: A Missing Link in A Literary Review of Successful Strategies Utilized by Principals for Retaining African American Teachers. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 4(2), 105-119. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2021.9
JCVE2022COVID-19 and the Quest for Reconfiguration of Disciplines: Unpacking New DirectionsCOVID 19 interdisciplinary teaching and learning online learningDube, B., Makura, A., Modise, A., & Tarman, B. (2022). COVID-19 and the Quest for Reconfiguration of Disciplines: Unpacking New Directions. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(1), i-viii. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2002.12
JCVE2022Virtual Management of Students' Unrest During the COVID-19 New Normal: The Need for an Innovative ApproachVirtual Management Students' unrest Virtual protest COVID-19 UniversitiesOmodan, B. (2022). Virtual Management of Students’ Unrest During the COVID-19 New Normal: The Need for an Innovative Approach. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(1), 1-12. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.2
JCVE2022South African Female Academics’ Work from Home Experiences during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Challenges and Opportunitieswork from home female academics higher education COVID-19 instructional management blended learningMakura, A. (2022). South African Female Academics’ Work from Home Experiences during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Challenges and Opportunities. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(1), 13-22. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.3
JCVE2022Online Teaching and Learning Experiences of Higher Education Lecturers and Students in the COVID-19 Era: A Leap to Digital Pedagogies?COVID-19 online teaching and learning digital literacy attitude change fourth education revolutionMoyo, R., Ngidi, S., Koai, M., & Lemeko, P. (2022). Online Teaching and Learning Experiences of Higher Education Lecturers and Students in the COVID-19 Era: A Leap to Digital Pedagogies?. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(1), 23-42. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.4
JCVE2022A Changing World and a Changing Teaching Practice Model for Zimbabwe in a Post Covid-19 ContextCovid-19 Pandemic new-normal era teacher education teaching practices ZimbabweKonyana, S., & Motalenyane, M. (2022). A Changing World and a Changing Teaching Practice Model for Zimbabwe in a Post Covid-19 Context. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(1), 43-58. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.5
JCVE2022The Experiences of Higher Education Students with Disabilities in Online Learning during the COVID-19 PandemicCOVID-19 disability students online learning blended learningDube, N., & Baleni, L. (2022). The Experiences of Higher Education Students with Disabilities in Online Learning during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(1), 59-77. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.6
JCVE2022Reinforcing the Role of ICT in Enhancing Teaching and Learning Post-COVID-19 in Tertiary Institutions in South AfricaInformation communication technology ICT teaching and learning academic transformation technological innovations COVID-19Shava, E. (2022). Reinforcing the Role of ICT in Enhancing Teaching and Learning Post-COVID-19 in Tertiary Institutions in South Africa. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(1), 78-91. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.7
JCVE2022Reimagining Responsible Research Innovations Regarding Professional Teaching Standards for Curriculum Practiceprofessional teaching standards curriculum practice capabilities architecture theoryTshelane, M. (2022). Reimagining Responsible Research Innovations Regarding Professional Teaching Standards for Curriculum Practice. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(1), 92-105. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.8
JCVE2022From War Studies to Peace Building and Social Transformation at the University of Zimbabwe in the Post-COVID-19 Era: New DirectionsCOVID-19 war studies positive peace social transformation sustainable developmentHove, B., & Dube, B. (2022). From War Studies to Peace Building and Social Transformation at the University of Zimbabwe in the Post-COVID-19 Era: New Directions. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(1), 106-121. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.9
JCVE2022Systematic Review of Study Designs and Methods of Research on Disability in South African Higher Education Institutions Amidst COVID-19 (2020-2021)disability higher education, research design research method systematic reviewMakwembere, S. (2022). Systematic Review of Study Designs and Methods of Research on Disability in South African Higher Education Institutions Amidst COVID-19 (2020-2021). Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(1), 122-143. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.10
JCVE2022STEM Education Practical Work in Remote Classrooms: Prospects and Future Directions in the Post-Pandemic EraCOVID-19 practical work remote classrooms STEM education online educationTsakeni, M. (2022). STEM Education Practical Work in Remote Classrooms: Prospects and Future Directions in the Post-Pandemic Era. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(1), 144-167. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.11
JCVE2022Impacts of Covid-19 Pandemic on Selected Rural University Students’ Emotional Lives: A South African Perspective from a Global StudyCOVID-19 pandemic rural university students South Africa emotional livesUleanya, C., & Alex, J. (2022). Impacts of Covid-19 Pandemic on Selected Rural University Students’ Emotional Lives: A South African Perspective from a Global Study. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(1), 168-182. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.15
JCVE2022Transformations in Higher Educational Institutions: A Review of the Post-COVID-19 Eradigital education higher education teaching learning Post-COVID-19 eraOdularu, O., Puzi, M., Ngqila, K., & Olatoye, T. (2022). Transformations in Higher Educational Institutions: A Review of the Post-COVID-19 Era. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(1), 183-194. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.13
JCVE2022Health Course Lecturers Managing Online Teaching in a Historically Disadvantaged University in South Africa: The Raging Wavesonline teaching interpretative phenomenology university health courses experiencesMudau, T., Tshivhase, L., & Randa, M. (2022). Health Course Lecturers Managing Online Teaching in a Historically Disadvantaged University in South Africa: The Raging Waves. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(1), 195-210. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.14
JCVE2022Integrated Music Education in Primary School: A Position Paperintegrated teaching numeracy literacy music education artsvan Vuuren, E. (2022). Integrated Music Education in Primary School: A Position Paper. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(1), 211-222. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.16
JCVE2022Advancing Cooperative Learning Pedagogy in Science Classrooms: Challenges and Possible SolutionsBrain-based theory Challenges Cooperative learning pedagogy Science classroom SolutionsBada, A., & Jita, L. (2022). Advancing Cooperative Learning Pedagogy in Science Classrooms: Challenges and Possible Solutions. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(2), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.1
JCVE2022Assessment in Sustainable Remote Teaching and Learning Environments During Emergency Situationsassessment e-assessment remote teaching and learning COVID-19 pandemic sustainable learning environmentsMahlomaholo, M., & Mahlomaholo, S. (2022). Assessment in Sustainable Remote Teaching and Learning Environments During Emergency Situations. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(2), 16-31. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.17
JCVE2022What is Next for Africa’s Youthful and Useful Population? STREAM Education for Global Inclusivityglobalisation Africa youth STEM education STREAM education unemploymentBadmus, O., & Jita, L. (2022). What is Next for Africa’s Youthful and Useful Population? STREAM Education for Global Inclusivity. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(2), 32-46. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.18
JCVE2022Projecting the Nature of Education for the Future: Implications for Current Practiceassessment education change habits of mind learning environment 21st century competenciesSibanda, J., & Marongwe, N. (2022). Projecting the Nature of Education for the Future: Implications for Current Practice. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(2), 47-64. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.19
JCVE2022Collaborative Learning: A Veritable Tool for Promoting Classroom Participation Among Pre-Service Teachers in Rural Universities in South Africacollaborative learning pre-service teachers classroom participation rural universitiesAdebola, O., & Tsotetsi, C. (2022). Collaborative Learning: A Veritable Tool for Promoting Classroom Participation Among Pre-Service Teachers in Rural Universities in South Africa. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(2), 65-79. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.20
JCVE2022Friendship as a Value in Academic Ethosfriendship university academic ethos academic community higher educationAbassy, M. (2022). Friendship as a Value in Academic Ethos. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(2), 80-98. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.21
JCVE2022Implementation of the Tradition of Tying Corn in Learningimplementation of tradition cultural values tribal culture learningTaneo, M., & Madu, A. (2022). Implementation of the Tradition of Tying Corn in Learning. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(2), 99-113. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.22
JCVE2022Neil Diamond: A Personal Educational Appreciation of an Excellent Artist’s Live PerformancesNeil Diamond transformative learning appreciative inquiry 5D cycle professional developmentPretorius, J. (2022). Neil Diamond: A Personal Educational Appreciation of an Excellent Artist’s Live Performances. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(2), 114-139. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.23
JCVE2022Ethical Leadership in Education: A Uniting View Through Ethics of Care, Justice, Critique, and Heartful Educationethical leadership ethical behavior leadership effectiveness heartful leadership values educationBerges Puyo, J. (2022). Ethical Leadership in Education: A Uniting View Through Ethics of Care, Justice, Critique, and Heartful Education. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 5(2), 140-151. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2022.24
JCVE2023Innovations in Education: Moral Education, Social Cohesion, and Culture diplomacymoral education social cohesion culture diplomacy citizenship education Hong Kong JapanChong, E. K.- man. (2023). Innovations in Education: Moral Education, Social Cohesion, and Culture diplomacy. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(1), i-v. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.1
JCVE2023An Ethnographic Case Study of Secondary School’s Moral Education in a Mainland City of the Greater Bay Areaecological systems theory Greater Bay Area China moral educationWang, L. (2023). An Ethnographic Case Study of Secondary School’s Moral Education in a Mainland City of the Greater Bay Area. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(1), 1-24. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.2
JCVE2023Creating a Culture of Social Cohesion: Case Studies of Community Participation Projects at Japanese and Hong Kong Elementary Schoolssocial cohesion community participation social studies citizenship Japan Hong KongChong, E. K.- man, & Tsubota, M. (2023). Creating a Culture of Social Cohesion: Case Studies of Community Participation Projects at Japanese and Hong Kong Elementary Schools. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(1), 25-51. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.3
JCVE2023Confucius Institutes: China’s Cultural Soft Power StrategyConfucius Institutes cultural soft power cultural policy cultural diplomacy language and cultureSun, S.-C. (2023). Confucius Institutes: China’s Cultural Soft Power Strategy. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(1), 52-68. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.4
JCVE2023The Fourth Industrial Revolution Adoption: Challenges in South African Higher Education InstitutionsFourth Industrial Revolution higher education institutions pedagogy digital skills gapLubinga, S., Maramura, T., & Masiya, T. (2023). The Fourth Industrial Revolution Adoption: Challenges in South African Higher Education Institutions. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(2), 1-17. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.5
JCVE2023The STEAM vs STEM Educational Approach: The Significance of the Application of the Arts in Science Teaching for Learners' Attitudes ChangeSTEAM STEM arts in science teaching learning positive attitudes puppetry artOkwara, V., & Henrik Pretorius, J. P. (2023). The STEAM vs STEM Educational Approach: The Significance of the Application of the Arts in Science Teaching for Learners’ Attitudes Change. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(2), 18-33. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.6
JCVE2023An Interventive Collaborative Scaffolded Approach with a Writing Center On ESL Students’ Academic Writingscaffolded learning collaborative learning academic writing English second language writing centreMdodana-Zide, L., & Mafugu, T. (2023). An Interventive Collaborative Scaffolded Approach with a Writing Center On ESL Students’ Academic Writing. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(2), 34-50. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.7
JCVE2023The Effect of Using Educational Mapping as a Game in Teaching English Language on University Students' MotivationEducational Mapping English Language Motivation University StudentsKobari, S., Mahamid, F., & Shaheen, M. (2023). The Effect of Using Educational Mapping as a Game in Teaching English Language on University Students’ Motivation. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(2), 51-65. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.8
JCVE2023Difficulties and Coping Behaviors in Interpersonal Relationship Formation among Japanese Students in France: Implications for Cross-Cultural Social Skills for Studying Abroad in FranceJapanese students in France cross-cultural social skills social support study abroad interpersonal relationship formation cross-cultural adaptationOkunishi, Y., & Tanaka, T. (2023). Difficulties and Coping Behaviors in Interpersonal Relationship Formation among Japanese Students in France: Implications for Cross-Cultural Social Skills for Studying Abroad in France. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(2), 66-84. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.9
JCVE2023Cultural Competency of Clinical Students in a Caribbean Medical SchoolAwareness behavior communication cultural competency self-assessmentShah, D., Modna, Y., & Ibrahim, J. (2023). Cultural Competency of Clinical Students in a Caribbean Medical School. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(2), 85-106. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.10
JCVE2023The Unnoticed Few: Exploring the Challenges Confronting International Students and Staff at a Rural University in South Africahigher education integration internationalisation international education rural universityMutongoza, B., & Olawale, B. (2023). The Unnoticed Few: Exploring the Challenges Confronting International Students and Staff at a Rural University in South Africa. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(2), 107-122. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.11
JCVE2023Freirean Utopian Didactic: A Retrospective View of Education in the South African Education Environmentdemocracy Utopian philosophy South African education Paulo Freire relationshipPietersen, D., & Plaatjies, B. (2023). Freirean Utopian Didactic: A Retrospective View of Education in the South African Education Environment. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(2), 123-137. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.12
JCVE2023Twinned Teachers’ Mathematical Discourse Using Problem-Solvingalgebraic word problems twinning learner performance mathematical discourse problem solvingMakgakga, T. (2023). Twinned Teachers’ Mathematical Discourse Using Problem-Solving. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(2), 138-157. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.13
JSSER2022Gender Differences in the Motivational Profile of Undergraduate Students in Light of Self-Determination Theory: The Case of Online Learning Setting*Ajlouni A., Rawadieh S., Almahaireh A., Awwad F.A. (2022). Gender Differences in the Motivational Profile of Undergraduate Students in Light of Self-Determination Theory: The Case of Online Learning Setting. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (1), pp. 75 - 103
JSSER2022The relevant motivator elements in becoming an academic entrepreneur*Monge-Agüero M., Baena-Luna P., García-Río E. (2022). The relevant motivator elements in becoming an academic entrepreneur. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (2), pp. 1 - 23
JSSER2021The Effect of Blended Learning on the Degree of Students’ Acquisition of Geography Skills for the Eleventh Level at the Secondary Stage in Kuwait*Alajmi M.M. (2021). The Effect of Blended Learning on the Degree of Students’ Acquisition of Geography Skills for the Eleventh Level at the Secondary Stage in Kuwait. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 93 - 120
JSSER2021The impact of the sesan customary practice on the traditional marriage of the lampung pepadun society in instilling sharia social values*Suhairi. (2021). The impact of the sesan customary practice on the traditional marriage of the lampung pepadun society in instilling sharia social values. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (3), pp. 225 – 247.
JSSER2022Cultural Representation in English and Arabic Textbooks Endorsed by Indonesian Government: What Do Textbooks Tell Us About? *Kuraedah S., Gunawan F., Alam S., Ubaidillah M.F. (2022). Cultural Representation in English and Arabic Textbooks Endorsed by Indonesian Government: What Do Textbooks Tell Us About? Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (3), pp. 229 – 255.
JSSER2023 Financial Constraints and Their Impact on University Students of Different Nationalities in the United Arab Emirates*Dev S., Abraham J., Nair S., Ashraf S. (2023). Financial Constraints and Their Impact on University Students of Different Nationalities in the United Arab Emirates. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 14 (1), pp. 47 – 66.
JSSER2022Strategic Policy to Improve Professional Madrasah-Based Management Practices*Sulistyorini, Junaris I., Syafi’i A., Mu’awanah E. (2022). Strategic Policy to Improve Professional Madrasah-Based Management Practices. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (3), pp. 282 - 301
JSSER2023What Type of Citizen Am I? Examining the Development of Preservice Teachers’ Civic Identities*Enright E.A., Toledo W. (2023). What Type of Citizen Am I? Examining the Development of Preservice Teachers’ Civic Identities. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 14 (1), pp. 83 - 109
JSSER2021Spatial Planning for Indigenous Law Communities to Solve Social Conflict Resolution in West Papua Indonesia*Hammar R.K.R., Samangun C., Malik Y., Luturmas A. (2021). Spatial Planning for Indigenous Law Communities to Solve Social Conflict Resolution in West Papua Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 405 – 423.
JSSER2022The Effect of Socioeconomic Status and Religiosity on Hungarian Young Adults’ Marriage Behavior*Pusztai G., Fényes H., Engler Á. (2022). The Effect of Socioeconomic Status and Religiosity on Hungarian Young Adults’ Marriage Behavior. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (4), pp. 78 - 96
JSSER2022The effect of ISO and leadership quality on the sustainable development of academic competence and student performance*Prabowo S.L. (2022). The effect of ISO and leadership quality on the sustainable development of academic competence and student performance. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (3), pp. 31 – 55.
JSSER2022Understanding Change of Practices in the Homework Implementation Process in Primary Schools: Kosovo Case*Syla L.B., Saqipi B. (2022). Understanding Change of Practices in the Homework Implementation Process in Primary Schools: Kosovo Case. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (1), pp. 35 – 51.
JSSER2022The Relationship between Beliefs in Free Markets, Nationalism, and Immigration: Implications for Social Studies Educators*McCorkle W., Montezuma J. (2022). The Relationship between Beliefs in Free Markets, Nationalism, and Immigration: Implications for Social Studies Educators. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (3), pp. 1 – 30.
JSSER2022Integrating HOTS-Based Student Electronic Worksheet: Teaching Styles in Elementary School During the COVID-19 Pandemic*Maharani S.D., Susanti R., Indarti L.H., Syamsi A. (2022). Integrating HOTS-Based Student Electronic Worksheet: Teaching Styles in Elementary School During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (3), pp. 98 - 119
JSSER2021Understanding the Teaching of Religious Moderation from a Sufistic Perspective and Its Implications for Student Performance*Syarif. (2021). Understanding the Teaching of Religious Moderation from a Sufistic Perspective and Its Implications for Student Performance. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 320 – 343.
JSSER2021Making peace with the past: Peace education in post-conflict aceh societies through the application of cognitive behavioral therapy*Riyani M., Wasino, Suyahmo, Brata N.T., Shintasiwi F.A. (2021). Making peace with the past: Peace education in post-conflict aceh societies through the application of cognitive behavioral therapy. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (2), pp. 330 – 376.
JSSER2021Examining the Effects of Ecoliteracy on Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behavior through Adiwiyata Environmental Education for Indonesian Students*Syah N., Hidayat H., Yuca V., Ardi Z., Magistarina E. (2021). Examining the Effects of Ecoliteracy on Knowledge, Attitudes, and Behavior through Adiwiyata Environmental Education for Indonesian Students. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 209 – 230.
JSSER2021Religious education curriculum in indonesian islamic university in the digital age: Incepting thematic alquran of fadlur rahman*Assa’idi S. (2021). Religious education curriculum in indonesian islamic university in the digital age: Incepting thematic alquran of fadlur rahman. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (3), pp. 294 – 311.
JSSER2022Implementation of Total Quality Management and Curriculum on the Education Quality*Efendi N. (2022). Implementation of Total Quality Management and Curriculum on the Education Quality. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (3), pp. 120 – 149.
JSSER2022The Role of Cultural Literacy and Peace Education in Harmonization of Religious Communities*Ruslan I., Irham M.A. (2022). The Role of Cultural Literacy and Peace Education in Harmonization of Religious Communities. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (3), pp. 174 - 204
JSSER2021High school students of color in the u.S. speak about their educational experiences: Schooling, culture and pedagogy*Nganga L., Kambutu J., Scull R.W., Han K.T. (2021). High school students of color in the u.S. speak about their educational experiences: Schooling, culture and pedagogy. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (3), pp. 1 – 27.
JSSER2021The Meaning of Life and its Relations with Unhealthy Behaviors among Syrian Adolescent Refugees Enrolled in Public Schools in Jordan*Aladwan F., Alzaben M., Almahaireh A., Sulaiman M. (2021). The Meaning of Life and its Relations with Unhealthy Behaviors among Syrian Adolescent Refugees Enrolled in Public Schools in Jordan. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 384 – 404.
JSSER2022lessons Learned From Child Protection Rights in Religion Paradigm and National Law*Nurjanah S., Santoso D., Fatarib H., Jalil M., Murdiana E. (2022). essons Learned From Child Protection Rights in Religion Paradigm and National Law. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (1), pp. 237 – 258.
JSSER2022Social Studies, Civics, and Fracking: Ohio Teacher Perceptions of Controversial Environmental Issues*Hollstein M.S. (2022). Social Studies, Civics, and Fracking: Ohio Teacher Perceptions of Controversial Environmental Issues. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (1), pp. 1 – 34.
JSSER2022Eliciting Complex Thinking Through Open Educational Resource Projects*Suárez-Brito P., López-Caudana E.O., Baena-Rojas J.J., Ramírez-Montoya M.S. (2022). Eliciting Complex Thinking Through Open Educational Resource Projects. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (4), pp. 56 – 77.
JSSER2022Revisiting the EFL curriculum in the outcome-based education framework and freedom to learn program*Solikhah I. (2022). Revisiting the EFL curriculum in the outcome-based education framework and freedom to learn program. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (2), pp. 243 – 264.
JSSER2021The role of the college of education at kuwait university in countering violent extremism among students*Alajmi M.M. (2021). The role of the college of education at kuwait university in countering violent extremism among students. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (3), pp. 204 – 224.
JSSER2022The relationship between different social factors and the intensity of student radicalism*Hertanto, Mulyaningsih H., Suripto, Sudarman (2022). The relationship between different social factors and the intensity of student radicalism. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (2), pp. 288 – 319.
JSSER2023Thinking and Expression Skills Through Teaching Techniques*Rrustemi J., Kurteshi V. (2023). Thinking and Expression Skills Through Teaching Techniques. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 14 (1), pp. 1 – 16.
JSSER2022The public behavior and the social role of national legal business education*Zulham. (2022). The public behavior and the social role of national legal business education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (2), pp. 83 – 102.
JSSER2021Peace Education and Learning on Marine Law in Social Conflict Handling*Winarwati I. (2021). Peace Education and Learning on Marine Law in Social Conflict Handling. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 344 – 364.
JSSER2021An among-based mentoring model for vocational schools in yogyakarta and its social impact.*Istiningsih. (2021). An among-based mentoring model for vocational schools in yogyakarta and its social impact. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (3), pp. 248 – 269.
JSSER2022Developing future teachers’ digital competence via massive open online courses (MOOCs). *Yelubay Y., Dzhussubaliyeva D., Moldagali B., Suleimenova A., Akimbekova S. (2022). Developing future teachers’ digital competence via massive open online courses (MOOCs). Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (2), pp. 170 – 195.
JSSER2022Motivational Factors Influencing Learners’ Academic Success in an Australian Enabling Education Setting*Weiler T., Murad M.W. (2022). Motivational Factors Influencing Learners’ Academic Success in an Australian Enabling Education Setting. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (4), pp. 97 – 119.
JSSER2022The Legacy of a School: Developing Better Schools Based on Mutual Cooperation*Kholis N. (2022). The Legacy of a School: Developing Better Schools Based on Mutual Cooperation. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (1), pp. 104 – 124.
JSSER2022Contribution of Transformational Leadership and Years of Leader Experience on the Effectiveness of Organization Efficacy*Komariyah L. (2022). Contribution of Transformational Leadership and Years of Leader Experience on the Effectiveness of Organization Efficacy. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (4), pp. 308 – 335.
JSSER2021Moral Teachings and Spirituality in Manuscript Studies: A Critical Study of Social Values in the Digital Age*Asmuni A. (2021). Moral Teachings and Spirituality in Manuscript Studies: A Critical Study of Social Values in the Digital Age. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 302 – 319.
JSSER2022Teachers’ Perspectives on Using Information and Communication Technology in the Secondary School Practice: A Case Study*Kuzembayeva G., Taganova A.M., Spulber D., Maydangalieva Z. (2022). Teachers’ Perspectives on Using Information and Communication Technology in the Secondary School Practice: A Case Study. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (3), pp. 79 – 97.
JSSER2022Policy strategies to reduce the social impact of stunting during the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia.*Muhafidin D. (2022). Policy strategies to reduce the social impact of stunting during the COVID-19 pandemic in Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (2), pp. 320 – 342.
JSSER2022Do Resilient Schools Exist? Chances for Quality Education for Children from Dysfunctional Families*Vinogradov V., Shatunova O., Sheymardanov S. (2022). Do Resilient Schools Exist? Chances for Quality Education for Children from Dysfunctional Families. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (1), pp. 52 – 74.
JSSER2023Citizen Science's Influence on Public Policy for Addressing Complexity: A Systematic Review of Tech-Based Projects in Higher Education*Alfaro-Ponce B., Sanabria-Z J., Rivero-Zambrano L.F., Muñoz-Ibáñez C. (2023). Citizen Science's Influence on Public Policy for Addressing Complexity: A Systematic Review of Tech-Based Projects in Higher Education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 14 (1), pp. 169 – 199.
JSSER2021Digital Communication and Social Media Interaction to Improve the Academic Quality of Islamic Higher Education Lecturers*Rustan A.S. (2021). Digital Communication and Social Media Interaction to Improve the Academic Quality of Islamic Higher Education Lecturers. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 144 – 169.
JSSER2021Dialogue Method in High School Anti-Corruption Education*Montessori M., Tiara M., Ambiyar, Islami S. (2021). Dialogue Method in High School Anti-Corruption Education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 1 – 21.
JSSER2022Needs and Barriers of Early Career Researchers at Regional Universities of Kazakhstan*Kuzembayeva G., Tashmukhambetov B., Maydangalieva Z. (2022). Needs and Barriers of Early Career Researchers at Regional Universities of Kazakhstan. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (4), pp. 160 – 187.
JSSER2021The Values of Perfect Human Beings in the Dignity Seven of Insān Kāmil*Sumanta. (2021). The Values of Perfect Human Beings in the Dignity Seven of Insān Kāmil. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 286 – 301.
JSSER2022Innovative Technologies: Digitalization of Education.*Moldagali B., Sultanova B., Akhtayeva N., Suleimenova A., Akimbekova S. (2022). Innovative Technologies: Digitalization of Education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (4), pp. 209 – 224.
JSSER2022A model for improving the competence of education teachers through in-service training in Malang*Prabowo S.L. (2022). A model for improving the competence of education teachers through in-service training in Malang. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (2), pp. 265 – 287.
JSSER2023New Concepts of Ecological-Social Justice: A Micro-Optic Reflection on Ecological Citizenship Education in Indonesia*Binawan A.L. (2023). New Concepts of Ecological-Social Justice: A Micro-Optic Reflection on Ecological Citizenship Education in Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 14 (1), pp. 143 – 168
JSSER2022The Effect of Green Policy Implementation on Green Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Indonesia’s Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises. *Kartiko Y., Suwarto, Anantanyu S., Kusnandar (2022). The Effect of Green Policy Implementation on Green Entrepreneurship: Evidence from Indonesia’s Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (3), pp. 205 – 228.
JSSER2022Constructivist instruction practices in Kosovo primary education: The field of languages and communication curriculum*Ismajli H., Krasniqi B. (2022). Constructivist instruction practices in Kosovo primary education: The field of languages and communication curriculum. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (1), pp. 259 – 281.
JSSER2022 Inclusive Education Curriculum Management with Modification Humanistic Design*Fitri A.Z. (2022). Inclusive Education Curriculum Management with Modification Humanistic Design. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (3), pp. 150 – 173.
JSSER2022Patterns of publishing in German civic education research: a co-authorship network. *Waldvogel T. (2022). Patterns of publishing in German civic education research: a co-authorship network. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (4), pp. 120 – 159.
JSSER2022Improving curriculum and lecturers: Challenges to quality based-technology*Winoto S. (2022). Improving curriculum and lecturers: Challenges to quality based-technology. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (2), pp. 221 – 242.
JSSER2021Peasants' resistance to state-owned enterprises: Learning from an indonesian social movement*Wahyudi. (2021). Peasants' resistance to state-owned enterprises: Learning from an indonesian social movement. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (3), pp. 368 – 395.
JSSER2021Rousseau’s Philosophical and Educational Innovation in Vietnam Today*Xuan D.B., Xuan T.B. (2021). Rousseau’s Philosophical and Educational Innovation in Vietnam Today. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 197 – 208.
JSSER2022Counseling Based on Local Wisdom for Conflict Settlement in the Workplace: A Case Study in Kendari*Shaleh M., Awad F.B., Rezki A. (2022). Counseling Based on Local Wisdom for Conflict Settlement in the Workplace: A Case Study in Kendari. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (1), pp. 125 – 142.
JSSER2021Analysis of ICT Development Supporting the E-Learning Implementation on Nadhatul Ulama Universities in Indonesia*Ghafur H.S. (2021). Analysis of ICT Development Supporting the E-Learning Implementation on Nadhatul Ulama Universities in Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 121 – 143.
JSSER2021Coping stress as a form of islamic education counseling for students who work during the covid-19 pandemic*Abdurrahman, Lubis S.A., Tanjung S., Lubis S.H. (2021). Coping stress as a form of islamic education counseling for students who work during the covid-19 pandemic. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (3), pp. 270 – 293.
JSSER2022Strategic Action Plans for School Improvement: An Exploratory Study About Quality Indicators for School Improvement Plan Evaluation*Carvalho M., Cabral I., Verdasca J., Alves J.M. (2022). Strategic Action Plans for School Improvement: An Exploratory Study About Quality Indicators for School Improvement Plan Evaluation. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (1), pp. 143 – 163.
JSSER2021Digital Leadership to Improve the Pedagogical Competence of University English Lecturers in Samarinda*Masrur. (2021). Digital Leadership to Improve the Pedagogical Competence of University English Lecturers in Samarinda. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 424 – 446.
JSSER2021Using coping strategies of informal sector traders amid covid-19 in indonesia for social studies teaching materials on realizing sdgs*Nasution, Sarmini, Warsono, Wasino, Shintasiwi F.A. (2021). Using coping strategies of informal sector traders amid covid-19 in indonesia for social studies teaching materials on realizing sdgs. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (3), pp. 144 – 174.
JSSER2021Employers’ contribution to law students’ multilingual communication skills training in remote mode due to pandemic emergency: Pilot study*Atabekova A. (2021). Employers’ contribution to law students’ multilingual communication skills training in remote mode due to pandemic emergency: Pilot study. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (3), pp. 396 – 431.
JSSER2021After the Social Movements in 2019: Examining the Association between Online Civic Participation of Hong Kong’s Young People and their Real-life Civic Participation*Chong E.K.-M., Pao S.-S., Ho L.K.-K., Ng H.-Y. (2021). After the Social Movements in 2019: Examining the Association between Online Civic Participation of Hong Kong’s Young People and their Real-life Civic Participation. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 22 – 46.
JSSER2021A learning model for teaching “population geography” course in higher education through case study of international women's migration*Zid M., Casmana A.R. (2021). A learning model for teaching “population geography” course in higher education through case study of international women's migration. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (3), pp. 120 – 143.
JSSER2021Online Learning on the Covid-19 Pandemic to Create Educational Access Inequality*Subur. (2021). Online Learning on the Covid-19 Pandemic to Create Educational Access Inequality. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 170 – 196.
JSSER2021Adolescent bullying prevention program in educational institutions: From comprehensive research to modification*Panfilova V., Panfilov A., Gerasimova Y., Enina Y. (2021). Adolescent bullying prevention program in educational institutions: From comprehensive research to modification. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (3), pp. 343 – 367.
JSSER2021Higher education institutions and development: Missions, models, and challenges*Olo D., Correia L., Rego C. (2021). Higher education institutions and development: Missions, models, and challenges. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (2), pp. 1 – 25.
JSSER2021Viewing Pancasila in the Eyes of Nationalists in Indonesian New Order Era*Rahawarin Z.A. (2021). Viewing Pancasila in the Eyes of Nationalists in Indonesian New Order Era. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 64 – 92.
JSSER2021Problem of forming a literate reader in the digital age based on the material of modern children’s and youth prose*Shabalina N., Bykov A. (2021). Problem of forming a literate reader in the digital age based on the material of modern children’s and youth prose. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (3), pp. 175 – 203.
JSSER2023Implementation of Teaching Multicultural Values Through Civic Education for Elementary School Students*Zakiah L., Sarkadi, Marini A., Komarudin, Casmana A.R., Kusmawati A.P. (2023). Implementation of Teaching Multicultural Values Through Civic Education for Elementary School Students. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 14 (1), pp. 110 – 142.
JSSER2022Digital Storybook to Transform Character Education of Local Wisdom Figures for Elementary School Students*Pratiwi V.U., Andayani, Winarni R., Anindyarini A. (2022). Digital Storybook to Transform Character Education of Local Wisdom Figures for Elementary School Students. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (4), pp. 250 – 264.
JSSER2022Social Studies Teachers’ Interpretations of Global Citizenship*Rapoport A., Demir V. (2022). Social Studies Teachers’ Interpretations of Global Citizenship. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (4), pp. 1 – 23.
JSSER2022The Youth and the Internet: The Construction of Doctrine, Islam in Practice, and Political Identity in Indonesia*Chakim S. (2022). The Youth and the Internet: The Construction of Doctrine, Islam in Practice, and Political Identity in Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (1), pp. 217 – 236.
JSSER2022Porter’s Five Forces: Evaluating Education Management Practices for the Postgraduate Program of UIN RM Said Surakarta, Indonesia*Budiharso T., Makruf I., Mujahid I. (2022). Porter’s Five Forces: Evaluating Education Management Practices for the Postgraduate Program of UIN RM Said Surakarta, Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (1), pp. 164 – 192.
JSSER2021Moderate islamic education to enhance nationalism among Indonesian Islamic student organizations in the era of society 5.0*Jamilah S. (2021). Moderate islamic education to enhance nationalism among Indonesian Islamic student organizations in the era of society 5.0. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (3), pp. 79 – 100.
JSSER2022Collaborative Governance on the Smart City-Based Regional Development of Balikpapan*Noor M. (2022). Collaborative Governance on the Smart City-Based Regional Development of Balikpapan.Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (4), pp. 381 – 405.
JSSER2022Technophobia and Technophilia among Undergraduates: Cross-national Research in Jordan, Qatar, and Egypt*Ajlouni A., Rawadieh S. (2022). Technophobia and Technophilia among Undergraduates: Cross-national Research in Jordan, Qatar, and Egypt. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (4), pp. 24 – 55.
JSSER2022Digital Literature and Independent Learning in COVID-19 Pandemic: A Correlation Study*Karmini N.W. (2022). Digital Literature and Independent Learning in COVID-19 Pandemic: A Correlation Study. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (4), pp. 336 - 352
JSSER2022Exploring Digital Access as a Social Determinant of Health amongst UAE Students*Alhrahsheh R., Ivanova G. (2022). Exploring Digital Access as a Social Determinant of Health amongst UAE Students. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (1), pp. 193 – 216.
JSSER2023Patterns of family communication and their relationship to criminal behavior among juvenile delinquents in Amman*Alzaben M., Shoqeirat M., Al-Dalaeen A.S. (2023). Patterns of family communication and their relationship to criminal behavior among juvenile delinquents in Amman. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 14 (1), pp. 67 – 82.
JSSER2022Readiness to Change State Islamic Institute Status to Become State Islamic University from the Aspect of Lecturer Human Resources and Education Staff*Tsauri S. (2022). Readiness to Change State Islamic Institute Status to Become State Islamic University from the Aspect of Lecturer Human Resources and Education Staff. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (3), pp. 256 – 281.
JSSER2022Identification of student with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): Experiences of primary school teacher’s assessment in inclusive school*Supena A., Kusmawati A.P. (2022). Identification of student with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD): Experiences of primary school teacher’s assessment in inclusive school. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (2), pp. 55 – 82.
JSSER2021The level of intellectual security and its relationship with life satisfaction among mutah university students*Almahaireh A., Alzaben M., Aladwan F., Aljahani M. (2021). The level of intellectual security and its relationship with life satisfaction among mutah university students. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (3), pp. 28 – 46.
JSSER2022Implementation of Teaching Character Education, Particularly in Environmental Care Value, in Labschool Jakarta*Husen A., Casmana A.R., Hasan R.O., Erfinda Y. (2022) .Implementation of Teaching Character Education, Particularly in Environmental Care Value, in Labschool Jakarta. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (4), pp. 225 – 249.
JSSER2021The adversity quotient between teacher professionalism on student’s autonomous learning*Saguni F., Hamlan, Gusnarib (2021). The adversity quotient between teacher professionalism on student’s autonomous learning. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (3), pp. 312 – 342.
JSSER2022The Influence of Digital Literacy on Administration Efficacy for Supervisor Teachers in Cirebon City in the Post-Pandemic*Farihin (2022). The Influence of Digital Literacy on Administration Efficacy for Supervisor Teachers in Cirebon City in the Post-Pandemic. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (4), pp. 353 – 380.
JSSER2021The Role of Happiness in Applying Suggestopedia and Fostering the Language Learning Process*Ivanova G., Dimova-Severinova D.M. (2021). The Role of Happiness in Applying Suggestopedia and Fostering the Language Learning Process. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 365 – 383.
JSSER2022Synergy Empowerment and Social Transformation: Developing Entrepreneurship Independence in a Business School*Suryono J., Wijaya M., Irianto H., Harisudin M. (2022). Synergy Empowerment and Social Transformation: Developing Entrepreneurship Independence in a Business School. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (4), pp. 265 – 290.
JSSER2023The influence of the parents’ socio-educational level and parental encouragement on university students’ motivational profile for learning English*Gil-Galván R., Martín-Espinosa I. (2023). The influence of the parents’ socio-educational level and parental encouragement on university students’ motivational profile for learning English. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 14 (1), pp. 17 – 46.
JSSER2022The Interconnection Between Technological, Pedagogical and Content Knowledge in Primary School Lesson Planning*Zhubi A., Ismajli H. (2022). The Interconnection Between Technological, Pedagogical and Content Knowledge in Primary School Lesson Planning. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (2), pp. 125 – 146.
JSSER2021Sufferance within a Cultural Framework as the Preaching Strategy of Sunan Gunungjati in Forming a Civil Society*Hajam (2021). Sufferance within a Cultural Framework as the Preaching Strategy of Sunan Gunungjati in Forming a Civil Society. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 257 – 285
JSSER2022Exploring Factors in the Adaptation of the First Grade Student: Transition from Preschool to First Grade Primary School*Sylaj V., Ramabaja A.H. (2022). Exploring Factors in the Adaptation of the First Grade Student: Transition from Preschool to First Grade Primary School. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (3), pp. 56 – 78.
JSSER2021Potential of Voter Turnout among Young People in the Case of Application of E-Voting, Postal Voting, and Three-Day Voting*Marmilova E., Kashirskaya L., Karabasheva M., Kudryashova E. (2021). Potential of Voter Turnout among Young People in the Case of Application of E-Voting, Postal Voting, and Three-Day Voting. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 47 – 63.
JSSER2022Inclusion of pluralism character education in the Islamic modern boarding schools during the pandemic era*Muhajir A. (2022). Inclusion of pluralism character education in the Islamic modern boarding schools during the pandemic era. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (2), pp. 196 – 220.
JSSER2021Forming school and university partnerships to learn and teach with primary sources*Waters S., Pellegrino A., Hensley M., Kenna J. (2021). Forming school and university partnerships to learn and teach with primary sources. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (3), pp. 47 – 78.
JSSER2021The Significant of E-assessment for Indonesian Literacy with Character Education in Pandemic Era*Ningsih T., Yuwono D.M., Sholehuddin M.S., Suharto A.W.B. (2021). The Significant of E-assessment for Indonesian Literacy with Character Education in Pandemic Era. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (4), pp. 231 – 256.
JSSER2021Karl marx’s theory of the productive forces in the present fourth industrial revolution*Pham K.T. (2021). Karl marx’s theory of the productive forces in the present fourth industrial revolution. . Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (3), pp. 101 – 119.
JSSER2022Facility and Infrastructure Management at the International Class Program of the State Islamic University in Indonesia*Famularsih S., Nuryatin A., Handoyo E., Fitriati S.W. (2022). Facility and Infrastructure Management at the International Class Program of the State Islamic University in Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (4), pp. 291 – 307.
JSSER2022Teamworking and Concern for Standards as Part of Employability Readiness of the UAE Students’ Personality*Ivanova G.Y., Alhrahsheh R., Aboutaleb A.H., Alazab A.M. (2022). Teamworking and Concern for Standards as Part of Employability Readiness of the UAE Students’ Personality. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (4), pp. 188 – 208.
JSSER2022Public administration undergraduate education during the COVID-19*Tuzcuoğlu F., Akman E., Akman Ç., Aksu D. (2022). Public administration undergraduate education during the COVID-19. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 13 (2), pp. 24 – 54.
JSSER2020Beyond project compliance: unintended social impact and the emergency call for community education in west Tarum Canal*Kartasasmita P.S. (2020). Beyond project compliance: unintended social impact and the emergency call for community education in west Tarum Canal. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (1), pp. 64 – 87.
JSSER2020Civic environmentalism: Integrating social studies and environmental education through curricular models.*Hollstein M.S., Smith G.A. (2020). Civic environmentalism: Integrating social studies and environmental education through curricular models. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (2), pp. 223 – 250.
JSSER2019Language analysis of convention on the rights of the child to enhance societal awareness on the issue*Atabekova A.A., Gorbatenko R.G., Shoustikova T.V., Radić N. (2019). Language analysis of convention on the rights of the child to enhance societal awareness on the issue. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 506 – 529.
JSSER2019Teaching politeness for primary school students in indonesia: Mediating role of self efficacy and self esteem of learners*Mudiono A. (2019). Teaching politeness for primary school students in indonesia: Mediating role of self efficacy and self esteem of learners. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 427 – 445.
JSSER2019Developing creative thinking in future teachers as a topical issue of higher education*Borodina T., Sibgatullina A., Gizatullina A. (2019). Developing creative thinking in future teachers as a topical issue of higher education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 226 – 245.
JSSER2020Social conflict in Indonesia: Safeguarding a nation as a new approach for resolving national disintegration*Nur I., Susanto (2020). Social conflict in Indonesia: Safeguarding a nation as a new approach for resolving national disintegration. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (2), pp. 151 – 173.
JSSER2021The policy of local government to implement peace education at secondary school post armed conflict in Aceh Indonesia*Zainal S., Yunus S., Jalil F., Khairi A. (2021). The policy of local government to implement peace education at secondary school post armed conflict in Aceh Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (2), pp. 377 – 409.
JSSER2021The paradoxes of citizenship education: Frames and factors influencing dispositions toward discussing political issues in the classroom*Estellés M., Romero J., Amo F.J. (2021). The paradoxes of citizenship education: Frames and factors influencing dispositions toward discussing political issues in the classroom. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (2), pp. 78 – 99.
JSSER2020Impact of innovative steam education practices on teacher professional development and 3-6-year-old children’s competence development*Monkeviciene O., Autukeviciene B., Kaminskiene L., Monkevicius J. (2020). Impact of innovative steam education practices on teacher professional development and 3-6-year-old children’s competence development. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (4), pp. 1 – 27.
JSSER2020Learning the social impact of corruption: A study of legal policy and corruption prevention in indonesia and Malaysia*Najih M., Wiryani F. (2020). Learning the social impact of corruption: A study of legal policy and corruption prevention in indonesia and Malaysia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (4), pp. 175 – 189.
JSSER2021Massive open online courses as the initial stage of development of a digital university*Akhmetshin E., Vasilev V., Zekiy A., Zakieva R. (2021). Massive open online courses as the initial stage of development of a digital university. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (2), pp. 126 - 151
JSSER2020Indonesian education landscape and the 21st century challenges*Sukmayadi V., Yahya A.H. (2020). Indonesian education landscape and the 21st century challenges. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (4), pp. 219 – 234.
JSSER2020An integrated teaching tolerance in learning history of indonesian national movement at higher education*Utomo C.B., Wasino (2020). An integrated teaching tolerance in learning history of indonesian national movement at higher education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (3), pp. 65 – 108.
JSSER2021Renewed purposes for social studies teacher preparation: An analysis of teacher self efficacy and initial teacher education*Calkins L., Yoder P.J., Wiens P. (2021). Renewed purposes for social studies teacher preparation: An analysis of teacher self efficacy and initial teacher education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (2), pp. 54 - 77
JSSER2021Cinder and soul: The biography of a historically significant African american school in Dallas, Texas*Mokuria V.G., Wandix-White D. (2021). Cinder and soul: The biography of a historically significant African american school in Dallas, Texas. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (1), pp. 76 – 94.
JSSER2020And justice for all: Teaching the reparations debate*Moore J.R. (2020). And justice for all: Teaching the reparations debate. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (2), pp. 27 – 60.
JSSER2021Undergraduates’ perspectives and challenges of online learning during the covid-19 pandemic: A case from the University of Jordan*Jaradat S., Ajlouni A. (2021). Undergraduates’ perspectives and challenges of online learning during the covid-19 pandemic: A case from the University of Jordan. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (1), pp. 149 - 173
JSSER2020Nationalism in the season of revolution: The work of Syrian, Libyan, and Egyptian poets*Zuhdi M.L. (2020). Nationalism in the season of revolution: The work of Syrian, Libyan, and Egyptian poets. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (4), pp. 304 - 330
JSSER2019Preservice teachers’ perceptions and preparedness to teach for global mindedness and social justice using collaboration, critical thinking, creativity and communication (4cs)*Nganga L. (2019). Preservice teachers’ perceptions and preparedness to teach for global mindedness and social justice using collaboration, critical thinking, creativity and communication (4cs). Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 26 - 57
JSSER2021Kuwaiti social studies teachers' expectations for the futures of students ordinarily sit near the teacher*Alhajri A.J. (2021). Kuwaiti social studies teachers' expectations for the futures of students ordinarily sit near the teacher. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (2), pp. 233 - 259
JSSER2019Exploring excellency-based curriculum for indonesian primary schools in relation to the social community environment*Ilyasin M. (2019). Exploring excellency-based curriculum for indonesian primary schools in relation to the social community environment. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 246 - 265
JSSER2020Race, discrimination, and the passive voice: hardship narratives in U.S. social studies textbooks: 1860 to the present*Jimenez J. (2020). Race, discrimination, and the passive voice: hardship narratives in U.S. social studies textbooks: 1860 to the present. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (2), pp. 1 - 26
JSSER2019Language policy and youth development: International background and russian multinational practice*Stepanova V.V., Lutskovskaia L.Y. (2019). Language policy and youth development: International background and russian multinational practice. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 315 – 336.
JSSER2020Life review therapy for improving the psychological wellbeing of elderly retired women in Indonesia*Karmiyati D., Rahmadiani N.D., Hasanati N. (2020). Life review therapy for improving the psychological wellbeing of elderly retired women in Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (4), pp. 257 – 274.
JSSER2020Virtual reality: Pro et contra*Volkova P., Luginina A., Saenko N., Samusenkov V. (2020). Virtual reality: Pro et contra. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (4), pp. 190 – 203.
JSSER2021Increasing social class through islamic boarding schools in Indonesia*Roqib M. (2021). Increasing social class through islamic boarding schools in Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (2), pp. 305 – 329.
JSSER2020Teaching values of islamic communism in surakarta: Issues in the first quarter of the 20th century*Bakri S. (2020). Teaching values of islamic communism in surakarta: Issues in the first quarter of the 20th century. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (1), pp. 192 - 212
JSSER2019The relationship between university autonomy, lecturer empowerment, and organizational citizenship behavior in indonesian universities*Suriansyah A., Aslamiah, Noorhapizah, Winardi I., Dalle J. (2019). The relationship between university autonomy, lecturer empowerment, and organizational citizenship behavior in indonesian universities. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 127 - 152
JSSER2020Language policy and planning in Russia, China and the USA through the lens of mass media of the 21-st century*Yudina N.V., Melnichuk M.V., Seliverstova O.A. (2020). Language policy and planning in Russia, China and the USA through the lens of mass media of the 21-st century. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (3), pp. 242 – 269.
JSSER2020Impact of COVID-19 emergency transition to on-line learning on international students’ perceptions of educational process at Russian University*Novikov P. (2020). Impact of COVID-19 emergency transition to on-line learning on international students’ perceptions of educational process at Russian University. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (3), pp. 270 – 302.
JSSER2020Aryani F., Umar N.F. (2020). Factors affecting z generation on selecting majors in the university: An Indonesian case. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (3), pp. 109 - 133**
JSSER2021The use the elaboration phase in ict and social studies to educate junior high school students about the covid 19 pandemic*Putri K.Y.S., Fathurahman H., Safitri D., Sugiyanta L. (2021). The use the elaboration phase in ict and social studies to educate junior high school students about the covid 19 pandemic. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (2), pp. 100 – 125.
JSSER2021Teacher self-and collective efficacy in teaching javanese: A study of indonesian urban and suburban teachers.*Surana (2021). Teacher self-and collective efficacy in teaching javanese: A study of indonesian urban and suburban teachers. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (2), pp. 260 - 279
JSSER2019Investigating the learning outcomes of an INQF-based english language teaching curriculum in Indonesia*Solikhah I., Budiharso T. (2019). Investigating the learning outcomes of an INQF-based english language teaching curriculum in Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 153 - 175
JSSER2020Technological dimension of pre-school teacher training at tertiary school: Fine arts concept-based case study*Seitenov A.S., Aubakirova R.Z., Fominykh N.I., Вelenko O.G. (2020). Technological dimension of pre-school teacher training at tertiary school: Fine arts concept-based case study. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (2), pp. 186 – 203.
JSSER2020Glocal vision to deconstruct internationalization in Indonesian higher education*Nursalam (2020). Glocal vision to deconstruct internationalization in Indonesian higher education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (1), pp. 137 - 152
JSSER2021The role of principals’ leadership abilities in improving school performance through the school culture*Tonich (2021). The role of principals’ leadership abilities in improving school performance through the school culture. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (1), pp. 47 - 75
JSSER2020Strengthening character education in Indonesia: Implementing values from moderate Islam and the Pancasila*Subaidi (2020). Strengthening character education in Indonesia: Implementing values from moderate Islam and the Pancasila. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (2), pp. 120 - 132
JSSER2020Socialization of foreign university students through the formation of reading literacy*Shaimardanova M., Akhmetova L., Nikishina S. (2020). Socialization of foreign university students through the formation of reading literacy. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (1), pp. 42 - 63
JSSER2019Impact of computer-assisted instructional strategy on schoolchildren’s social skills*Ige O.A. (2019). Impact of computer-assisted instructional strategy on schoolchildren’s social skills. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 490 - 505
JSSER2021Role of legal consultants education on corporate social responsibility and social impact*Afhami S. (2021). Role of legal consultants education on corporate social responsibility and social impact. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (2), pp. 152 - 179
JSSER2020The dynamics of social values and teaching in the global era: The sekaten tradition of Surakarta Kingdom*Rahayu N.T., Warto, Sudardi B., Wijaya M. (2020). The dynamics of social values and teaching in the global era: The sekaten tradition of Surakarta Kingdom. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (1), pp. 213 – 229.
JSSER2020Deferral, agency, and hope: Pre-service social studies teachers making sense of the pedagogical demands of engaging climate crisis*Alvey E. (2020). Deferral, agency, and hope: Pre-service social studies teachers making sense of the pedagogical demands of engaging climate crisis. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (3), pp. 18 - 45
JSSER2020Digital literacy of future preschool teachers*Anisimova E.S. (2020). Digital literacy of future preschool teachers. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (1), pp. 230 – 253.
JSSER2021Literation of land rights law in (Tola gumi) protection of indigenous peoples and its impact on community welfare*Situmorang J., Sahman A., Suryanto T., Gani Z. (2021). Literation of land rights law in (Tola gumi) protection of indigenous peoples and its impact on community welfare. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (2), pp. 180 – 209.
JSSER2019Extra causers and how they create conflict between religion and science in dan brown’s angels and demons, including pedagogical implications*Murti B.D., Nababan M.R., Santosa R., Wiratno T. (2019). Extra causers and how they create conflict between religion and science in dan brown’s angels and demons, including pedagogical implications. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 446 - 469
JSSER2020Analysis of personnel patterns in the regional government of the east java province, Indonesia*Nurkholis, Zauhar S., Khairul Muluk M.R., Setyowati E. (2020). Analysis of personnel patterns in the regional government of the east java province, Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (4), pp. 204 – 218.
JSSER2019Spiritual and moral meanings and values of the Russian culture as a basis for the national and civil consciousness upbringing in the Russian youth.*Egorychev A.M., Mardakhaev L.V., Akhtyan A.G., Sizikova V.V., Shimanovskaya Y. (2019). Spiritual and moral meanings and values of the Russian culture as a basis for the national and civil consciousness upbringing in the Russian youth. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 470 - 489
JSSER2019Exploring jordanian children's perceptions of the characteristics of an ideal school and learning environment*Alnajdawi A.M. (2019). Exploring jordanian children's perceptions of the characteristics of an ideal school and learning environment. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 201 - 225
JSSER2020The role of families in cultivating children’s personality values: An analysis of social psychology education*Susilo S. (2020). The role of families in cultivating children’s personality values: An analysis of social psychology education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (4), pp. 275 - 303
JSSER2020Elitist education: Historical experience of the Russian and tatar peoples*Gabidullina F., Galiullin R., Khakimova I., Mansurov I. (2020). Elitist education: Historical experience of the Russian and tatar peoples. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (1), pp. 267 - 280
JSSER2020The social impact of force majeure and the consequences of the determination of the covid 19 disaster status on learning the manpower law*Israhadi E.I. (2020). The social impact of force majeure and the consequences of the determination of the covid 19 disaster status on learning the manpower law. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (4), pp. 28 - 51
JSSER2019Formation of sociocultural competence among Foreign students*Ivygina A., Pupysheva E., Mukhametshina D. (2019). Formation of sociocultural competence among Foreign students. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 288 - 314
JSSER2021Establishing the governmental policy to promote engagement within the inclusive education system in Indonesia*Warman (2021). Establishing the governmental policy to promote engagement within the inclusive education system in Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (1), pp. 124 - 148
JSSER2020 Influence of the family on the process of forming a child's personality: Types of families: A case of modern youth prose*Bozhkova G., Shatunova O., Shastina E. (2020). Influence of the family on the process of forming a child's personality: Types of families: A case of modern youth prose. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (3), pp. 220 – 241.
JSSER2020Improving quality of higher education using academic information system as a public administration service: The case of Indonesia*Muhafidin D. (2020). Improving quality of higher education using academic information system as a public administration service: The case of Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (1), pp. 127 - 136
JSSER2020Political knowledge and political behavior among highly educated muslims in indonesia*Suntana I., Tresnawaty B. (2020). Political knowledge and political behavior among highly educated muslims in indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (4), pp. 149 - 174
JSSER2019Human agency as a self-cognition of human autonomous learning: A synthesized practical of agentic approach*Alfaiz, Hidayah N., Hambali I.M., Radjah C.L. (2019). Human agency as a self-cognition of human autonomous learning: A synthesized practical of agentic approach. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 370 – 391.
JSSER2019Literature and cinema: Ways of interaction in the 21st century*Zinnatullina Z., Davletbaeva D., Mukhametshina R. (2019). Literature and cinema: Ways of interaction in the 21st century. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 357 - 369
JSSER2019Peer acceptance in early childhood: Links to socio-economic status and social competence*Shehu B.P. (2019). Peer acceptance in early childhood: Links to socio-economic status and social competence. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 176 - 200
JSSER2020Exploring cultural inclusion in the curriculum and practices for teaching bahasa indonesia to speakers of other languages*Solikhah I., Budiharso T. (2020). Exploring cultural inclusion in the curriculum and practices for teaching bahasa indonesia to speakers of other languages. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (3), pp. 177 - 197
JSSER2020Beyond muamalah principles in digital payment education and its impacts on corruption prevention in indonesian public sectors*Abidin, Suryanto T., Utami P. (2020). Beyond muamalah principles in digital payment education and its impacts on corruption prevention in indonesian public sectors. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (3), pp. 46 - 64
JSSER2019 Emotive behavior control to reduce intolerance and depression among secondary school students in tulungagung Indonesia*Sokip (2019). Emotive behavior control to reduce intolerance and depression among secondary school students in tulungagung Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 75 - 96
JSSER2021The independent campus program for higher education in indonesia: The role of government support and the readiness of institutions, lecturers and students*Yusuf F.A. (2021). The independent campus program for higher education in indonesia: The role of government support and the readiness of institutions, lecturers and students. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (2), pp. 280 - 304
JSSER2020Situmorang J., Aslam M.M. (2020). Exploring religious teaching and attitudes of traditional muslim on social politics in indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (3), pp. 198 - 219**
JSSER2020Cognitive emotion regulation: Its relationship to parenting stress*Iswinarti, Jadmiko G.T., Hasanati N. (2020). Cognitive emotion regulation: Its relationship to parenting stress. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (2), pp. 204 - 222
JSSER2020Social and cultural capital and learners’ cognitive ability: Issues and prospects for educational relevance, access and equity towards digital communication in Indonesia*Maunah B. (2020). Social and cultural capital and learners’ cognitive ability: Issues and prospects for educational relevance, access and equity towards digital communication in Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (1), pp. 163 – 191.
JSSER2020Philosophical and cultural foundations of the concept of “nihitogenesis”*Saenko N., Voronkova O., Zatsarinnaya E., Mikhailova M. (2020). Philosophical and cultural foundations of the concept of “nihitogenesis”. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (1), pp. 88 - 103
JSSER2019Citizenship and civic education in Costa Rica, Myanmar, and the United States*Roberts A., Nganga L., James J. (2019). Citizenship and civic education in Costa Rica, Myanmar, and the United States. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 97 - 126
JSSER2020A national survey of U.S. social studies teacher educators’ professional habits and preferences*Waters S., Hensley M. (2020). A national survey of U.S. social studies teacher educators’ professional habits and preferences. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (3), pp. 1 - 17
JSSER2021Notions of spiritual capital-a matter of extinction for social education?. *Lucey T.A. (2021). Notions of spiritual capital-a matter of extinction for social education?. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (1), pp. 1 - 23
JSSER2021Images of fathers by younger generation in modern fiction: Socio-psychological analysis.*Bozhkova G., Shabalina N., Ibragimova E. (2021). Images of fathers by younger generation in modern fiction: Socio-psychological analysis. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (2), pp. 210 - 232
JSSER2019Relationship of instructional time configuration, gender and race on seventh grade social studies performance*Vogler K.E., Schramm-Pate S., Allan A. (2019). Relationship of instructional time configuration, gender and race on seventh grade social studies performance. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 1 – 25.
JSSER2020Communication in Indonesian social media: Avoiding hate speeches, intolerance and hoax*Rustan A.S. (2020). Communication in Indonesian social media: Avoiding hate speeches, intolerance and hoax. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (2), pp. 174 - 185
JSSER2019Activities and projects aimed to promote reading in yelabuga (The republic of Tatarstan) and pilsen (the Czech republic). *Frolova G., Bozhkova G., Bykov A. (2019). Activities and projects aimed to promote reading in yelabuga (The republic of Tatarstan) and pilsen (the Czech republic). Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 337 - 356
JSSER2020Development of global identity in the social studies classroom*Rapoport A. (2020). Development of global identity in the social studies classroom. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (1), pp. 1 - 20
JSSER2021Students’ self-adjustment, self-control, and morality*Hidayah R. (2021). Students’ self-adjustment, self-control, and morality. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (1), pp. 174 - 193
JSSER2020Human rights education in religious culture and ethics courses*Turan E.Z. (2020). Human rights education in religious culture and ethics courses. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (2), pp. 61 - 83
JSSER2020Pre-service teachers’ perceptions of global citizenship education in the social studies curriculum*Andrews K., Aydin H. (2020). Pre-service teachers’ perceptions of global citizenship education in the social studies curriculum. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (4), pp. 84 – 113. DOI: 10.2139/ssrn.3549266
JSSER2021Immigrant mothers with preschool children in northern cyprus and their attitudes towards their children*Kuset Ş., Gür Ç. (2021). Immigrant mothers with preschool children in northern cyprus and their attitudes towards their children. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (2), pp. 26 - 53
JSSER2020The relationship between teachers’ grade level and views on immigration and immigrant students*McCorkle W.D. (2020). The relationship between teachers’ grade level and views on immigration and immigrant students. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (1), pp. 21 - 41
JSSER2019Kinship terms as proof of genetic relationship*Sagdieva R., Husnutdinov D., Mirzagitov R., Galiullin R. (2019). Kinship terms as proof of genetic relationship. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 103 - 117
JSSER2019The achievement of entrepreneurship competence and entrepreneurial intentions: Gender role, attitude and perception of entrepreneurship controls mediation*Daliman, Sulandari S., Rosyana I. (2019). The achievement of entrepreneurship competence and entrepreneurial intentions: Gender role, attitude and perception of entrepreneurship controls mediation. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 392 - 426
JSSER2019Teachers’ attitudes and practices towards formative assessment in primary schools *Ahmedi V. (2019). Teachers’ attitudes and practices towards formative assessment in primary schools . Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 161 - 175
JSSER2020The engagement of learning management on civic education for civic disposition building in senior high school*Sarkadi, Fadhillah D.N. (2020). The engagement of learning management on civic education for civic disposition building in senior high school. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (3), pp. 134 - 155
JSSER2019Architecture + design as a means for constructing an experiential & democratic learning environment in the social studies classroom*Tannebaum R.P., Tannebaum A.E. (2019). Architecture + design as a means for constructing an experiential & democratic learning environment in the social studies classroom. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 58 - 74
JSSER2021Out of many, one people: Jamaican teachers’ perspectives of global learning*Mathews S.A., Reid-Brown C. (2021). Out of many, one people: Jamaican teachers’ perspectives of global learning. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (1), pp. 24 - 46
JSSER2019International framework, national legal discourse on educational rights and students’ perceptions: Comparative analysis in Russia and France*Zvereva E.V., Belenkova N.M., Kruse I.I. (2019). International framework, national legal discourse on educational rights and students’ perceptions: Comparative analysis in Russia and France. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 530 - 549
JSSER2020Issues of social values in the Arabic teaching of islamic higher education students in Indonesia*Batmang, Gunawan F. (2020). Issues of social values in the Arabic teaching of islamic higher education students in Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (4), pp. 235 - 256
JSSER2020Consensus as democratic education on the village consultative body election in Bangkalan. *Harimurti Y.W., Fauzan E.M., Purbasari I., Yulianingsih I. (2020). Consensus as democratic education on the village consultative body election in Bangkalan. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (2), pp. 84 – 110.
JSSER2020Parents and teachers’ attitudes toward written communication and its impact in the collaboration between them: Problem of social study education*Sylaj V., Sylaj A.K. (2020). Parents and teachers’ attitudes toward written communication and its impact in the collaboration between them: Problem of social study education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (1), pp. 104 - 126
JSSER2021The effect of a principal’s instructional supervisory practice on teacher satisfaction in the religious ministry schools of semarang, Indonesia*Mustaqim (2021). The effect of a principal’s instructional supervisory practice on teacher satisfaction in the religious ministry schools of semarang, Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (1), pp. 194 - 215
JSSER2020Comparative analysis of education quality and the level of competitiveness of leader countries under digitalization conditions*Gapsalamov A., Akhmetshin E., Bochkareva T., Vasilev V., Anisimova T. (2020). Comparative analysis of education quality and the level of competitiveness of leader countries under digitalization conditions. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (2), pp. 133 - 150
JSSER2021Technology integrated on media literacy in economic studies on higher education.*Mukhtar S., Putri K.Y.S. (2021). Technology integrated on media literacy in economic studies on higher education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 12 (1), pp. 95 - 123
JSSER2019Students’ geographic skills in indonesia: Evaluating gis learning material questions using taxonomy of spatial thinking*Ridha S., Utaya S., Bachri S., Handoyo B. (2019). Students’ geographic skills in indonesia: Evaluating gis learning material questions using taxonomy of spatial thinking. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (4), pp. 266 - 287
JSSER2020Typical literary works of pesantren on righteousness teaching within cultural transformation*Manshur F.M. (2020). Typical literary works of pesantren on righteousness teaching within cultural transformation. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (4), pp. 114 - 148
JSSER2020Building plurality and unity for various religions in the digital era: Establishing islamic values for Indonesian students*Syarif (2020). Building plurality and unity for various religions in the digital era: Establishing islamic values for Indonesian students. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (2), pp. 111 - 119
JSSER2020Cultural ecoliteracy of social science education at junior high school in north java Indonesia*Wasino, Suharso R., Utomo C.B., Shintasiwi F.A. (2020). Cultural ecoliteracy of social science education at junior high school in north java Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (4), pp. 52 - 83
JSSER2020Social skills for primary school students: Needs analysis to implement the scientific approach based curriculum*Suswandari M., Siswandari, Sunardi, Gunarhadi (2020). Social skills for primary school students: Needs analysis to implement the scientific approach based curriculum. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 11 (1), pp. 153 – 162.
JSSER2019Preparing urban youth to live-up to their civic promise? Evaluating youth positionality of civic engagement using an arts-based instrument*Maguth B.M., Koskey K.L.K. (2019). Preparing urban youth to live-up to their civic promise? Evaluating youth positionality of civic engagement using an arts-based instrument. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (1), pp. 1 - 37
JSSER2019The nationality education model: The implementation of a score-a training model for youth across different cultures in Indonesia*Komarudin, Alkhudri A.T., Ubedilah, Syaifudin, Casmana A.R. (2019). The nationality education model: The implementation of a score-a training model for youth across different cultures in Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 308 - 322
JSSER2019Developing creative potential of a schoolchild by means of native language*Kayumova G., Sheymardanov S., Akhtarieva R., Zhundibayeva A. (2019). Developing creative potential of a schoolchild by means of native language. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (1), pp. 81 - 92
JSSER2019Using action learning, concept-mapping, and value clarification to improve students' attainment in ict concepts in social studies: The case of rural learning ecologies*Ige O. (2019). Using action learning, concept-mapping, and value clarification to improve students' attainment in ict concepts in social studies: The case of rural learning ecologies. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (1), pp. 301 - 322
JSSER2019Pragmatic forces in the speech acts of EFL speakers at Kampung inggris, Indonesia*Mukhroji M., Nurkamto J., Subroto H.D.E., Tarjana S.S. (2019). Pragmatic forces in the speech acts of EFL speakers at Kampung inggris, Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (1), pp. 38 - 60
JSSER2018Improving students' critical thinking skills in controlling social problems through the development of the emancipatory learning model for junior high school social studies in manggarai*Tapung M., Maryani E., Supriatna N. (2018). Improving students' critical thinking skills in controlling social problems through the development of the emancipatory learning model for junior high school social studies in manggarai. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 162 – 176 DOI: 10.17499/jsser.23826
JSSER2018Developing civicpedia as a civic education E-learning media to improve students’ information literacy*Abdulkarim A., Ratmaningsih N., Anggraini D.N. (2018). Developing civicpedia as a civic education E-learning media to improve students’ information literacy. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 45 – 61. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.32139
JSSER2019The effectiveness of a counselling program based on play in reducing sleep disorders in children of sexual abuse*Hwayyan O.A., Mahamid F. (2019). The effectiveness of a counselling program based on play in reducing sleep disorders in children of sexual abuse. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 292 - 310
JSSER2019How could management of school environment improve organizational citizenship behaviors for the environment? (case study at schools for specifics purposes)*Sari E., Koul R., Rochanah S., Arum W.S.A., Muda I. (2019). How could management of school environment improve organizational citizenship behaviors for the environment? (case study at schools for specifics purposes). Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 46 - 73
JSSER2018Teaching about religion within early childhood and elementary social studies: Exploring how preservice teachers perceive their rights and responsibilities as educators*Tannebaum R.P. (2018). Teaching about religion within early childhood and elementary social studies: Exploring how preservice teachers perceive their rights and responsibilities as educators. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 30 – 48. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.63838
JSSER2019Raising students’ awareness of social justice through civic literacy. *Bentahar A., O’Brien J.L. (2019). Raising students’ awareness of social justice through civic literacy. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (1), pp. 193 - 218
JSSER2018Ideology and rhetoric: Framing metrotv news in the Lapindo Mudflow tragedy. *Fauzan U. (2018). Ideology and rhetoric: Framing metrotv news in the Lapindo Mudflow tragedy. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 364 – 381. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.26974
JSSER2018Strategy and implementation of character education in senior high schools and vocational high schools*Zurqoni, Retnawati H., Arlinwibowo J., Apino E. (2018). Strategy and implementation of character education in senior high schools and vocational high schools. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 370 – 397. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.01008
JSSER2019Transforming learning spaces for elementary school children with special needs*Baharuddin B., Dalle J. (2019). Transforming learning spaces for elementary school children with special needs. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 344 - 365
JSSER2018 Ict and disabilities. Construction of a diagnostic instrument in Spain.*Batanero J., Tadeu P., Cabero J. (2018). Ict and disabilities. Construction of a diagnostic instrument in Spain. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 332 – 350. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.07916
JSSER2019Development of students’ knowledge of history: Acceptance and rejection of the Indonesia-Malaysia confrontation narratives*Sutimin L.A. (2019). Development of students’ knowledge of history: Acceptance and rejection of the Indonesia-Malaysia confrontation narratives. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 290 - 307
JSSER2018Exploration of Marine tourism in north Sumatra: An analysis of promoting tourism*Sutono A., Briandana R., Doktoralina C.M., Rekarti E., Dwityas N.A. (2018). Exploration of Marine tourism in north Sumatra: An analysis of promoting tourism. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 185 – 197. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.21792
JSSER2019Dynamics of acculturation processes among foreign students in the multi-ethnic educational environment of the higher educational establishment*Akhtarieva R., Ibragimova E., Tarasova A. (2019). Dynamics of acculturation processes among foreign students in the multi-ethnic educational environment of the higher educational establishment. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 82 - 102
JSSER2018The overcoming the communication barriers of students as means of a personalization of education*Barieva K., Kireeva Z., Zhou N., Kadi S. (2018). The overcoming the communication barriers of students as means of a personalization of education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 398 – 409. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.37609
JSSER2019Bridging the dichotomous gaps between trade unions and management of tertiary institutions in Nigeria*Omodan B.I., Dube B. (2019). Bridging the dichotomous gaps between trade unions and management of tertiary institutions in Nigeria. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (1), pp. 285 - 300
JSSER2019Examination mafiarisation, and the contradictions of performativity in Zimbabwe: A quest for rebalancing pedagogy*Dube B. (2019). Examination mafiarisation, and the contradictions of performativity in Zimbabwe: A quest for rebalancing pedagogy. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 31 - 45
JSSER2018Literary development of schoolchildren as an important issue of modern educational curriculum*Maydangalieva Z.A., Benkovskaya T.E., Yadrovskaya E.R., Sosnovskaya I.V. (2018). Literary development of schoolchildren as an important issue of modern educational curriculum. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 198 – 214. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.28708
JSSER2018Pedagogical technology for identifying the level of patriotism formation in senior school students within actualization of social commitment and initiative. *Alieva S.A., Bilalov M.K., Gadzhiev R.D., Radzhabova R.V., Salmanova D.A. (2018). Pedagogical technology for identifying the level of patriotism formation in senior school students within actualization of social commitment and initiative. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 329 – 348. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.92763
JSSER2018Children’s rights concept in modern social and humanitarian discourse*Chernaya A.V. (2018). Children’s rights concept in modern social and humanitarian discourse. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 140 – 167. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.29413
JSSER2018Cross-cultural mediation with refugees in emergency settings: ICT use by language service providers. *Atabekova A.A., Gorbatenko R.G., Shoustikova T.V., Valero-Garcés C. (2018). Cross-cultural mediation with refugees in emergency settings: ICT use by language service providers. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 351 – 369. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.71392
JSSER2019Personality, grit and organizational citizenship behavior at vocational higher education: The mediating role of job involvement*Arifin M., Herri, Amali H., Elfindri, Puteri H.E. (2019). Personality, grit and organizational citizenship behavior at vocational higher education: The mediating role of job involvement. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 168 – 187.
JSSER2018The social status of teachers and education in the russian empire of the second half of the XIX century*Saifullova R., Krapotkina I., Pospelova N., Kayumova G. (2018). The social status of teachers and education in the russian empire of the second half of the XIX century. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 97 – 108. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.68433
JSSER2019Democratic pedagogy in south africa: A rethinking viewpoint for knowledge construction.*Omodan B.I. (2019). Democratic pedagogy in south africa: A rethinking viewpoint for knowledge construction. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 188 – 203.
JSSER2019Steam as an innovative educational technology*Shatunova O., Anisimova T., Sabirova F., Kalimullina O. (2019). Steam as an innovative educational technology. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 131 - 144
JSSER2019The role of parents’ interests and attitudes in motivating them to homeschool their children. *Baidi (2019). The role of parents’ interests and attitudes in motivating them to homeschool their children. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (1), pp. 156 - 177
JSSER2019Gaminguistics: Proposing a framework on the communication of video game avatars*Giyoto G., Purnomo S.F.L.A., Untari L., Purnama S.F.L.S., Asiyah N. (2019). Gaminguistics: Proposing a framework on the communication of video game avatars. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 364 – 386.
JSSER2019Home visit effectiveness on students’ classroom behavior and academic achievement*Ilhan F., Ozfidan B., Yilmaz S. (2019). Home visit effectiveness on students’ classroom behavior and academic achievement. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (1), pp. 61 - 80
JSSER2019State-based curriculum making in a post colonial zimbabwe: Making sense of family, religious and moral education in a global context*Dube B., Tsotetsi C. (2019). State-based curriculum making in a post colonial zimbabwe: Making sense of family, religious and moral education in a global context. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (1), pp. 241 - 258
JSSER2019Technowellness and its relationship with happiness and optimism among university of Jordan students*Shawaqfeh B., Almahaireh A. (2019). Technowellness and its relationship with happiness and optimism among university of Jordan students. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 145 - 167
JSSER2018The professional competency teachers mediate the influence of teacher innovation and emotional intelligence on school security*Rahayu S., Ulfatin N., Wiyono B.B., Imron A., Wajdi M.B.N. (2018). The professional competency teachers mediate the influence of teacher innovation and emotional intelligence on school security. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 210 – 227. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.54523
JSSER2018Implementation of specific purpose grant policy of education in pandeglang regency, Banten province*Kurniawati S., Sumaryana A., Kristiadi J.B., Bekti H. (2018). Implementation of specific purpose grant policy of education in pandeglang regency, Banten province. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 123 – 139. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.90270
JSSER2019Investigating critical thinking in prospective teachers: Metacognitive skills, problem solving skills and academic self-efficacy*Kozikoğlu İ. (2019). Investigating critical thinking in prospective teachers: Metacognitive skills, problem solving skills and academic self-efficacy. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 111 - 130
JSSER2018Developing delta internal quality assurance to evaluate the quality of Indonesian islamic universities*Choiriyah S., Kumaidi, Kartowagiran B. (2018). Developing delta internal quality assurance to evaluate the quality of Indonesian islamic universities. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 177 – 197. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.36092
JSSER2018The realization of the hermeneutical approach to the text in practical classes in the literature during the work with students of philological faculty*Gabidullina F., Zhundibayeva A., Makarova V., Galiullin R., Mubarakshina I. (2018). The realization of the hermeneutical approach to the text in practical classes in the literature during the work with students of philological faculty. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 226 – 240. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.32940
JSSER2019After the content course: An expert-novice study of disciplinary literacy practices*Kopish M.A., Lane S. (2019). After the content course: An expert-novice study of disciplinary literacy practices. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 1 – 30.
JSSER2018The present and future state of blended learning at workplace-learning settings in adult education: A systematic review. *Bin Mubayrik H. (2018). The present and future state of blended learning at workplace-learning settings in adult education: A systematic review. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 247 – 273. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.41308
JSSER2018Teaching about human rights: Female genital mutilation in America.*Moore J.R. (2018). Teaching about human rights: Female genital mutilation in America. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 102 – 122. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.40774
JSSER2019Ethical problems concerning dialectic interaction of culture and civilization*Pavlyshyn L., Voronkova O., Yakutina M., Tesleva E. (2019). Ethical problems concerning dialectic interaction of culture and civilization. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 236 - 248
JSSER2019Inclusion as a modern cultural universal: Reflection and conceptualization.*Sudakova N.E., Astafyeva O.N. (2019). Inclusion as a modern cultural universal: Reflection and conceptualization. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 212 - 235
JSSER2018The characters’ background in the African-American english dialect of the adventures of huckleberry finn: Should the translation retain it? *Dewi I.K., Nababan M.R., Santosa R., Djatmika (2018). The characters’ background in the African-American english dialect of the adventures of huckleberry finn: Should the translation retain it? Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 382 – 402. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.94001
JSSER2019Character building in islamic society: A case study of muslim families in tulungagung, East Java, Indonesia.*Sokip, Akhyak, Soim, Tanzeh A., Kojin (2019). Character building in islamic society: A case study of muslim families in tulungagung, East Java, Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 224 - 242
JSSER2019Learning from the face-threatening acts by tourist workers in bali: Impacts of cross-cultural misunderstanding*Andriyani A.A.A.D., Djatmika, Sumarlam, Rahayu E.T. (2019). Learning from the face-threatening acts by tourist workers in bali: Impacts of cross-cultural misunderstanding. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 64 - 81
JSSER2019Problems of choosing the main language in a bilingual society of national regions.*Salimova D., Sabitova A. (2019). Problems of choosing the main language in a bilingual society of national regions. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 74 - 90
JSSER2018Student-teacher relationships as a panacea for students’ academic performance in Nigeria secondary schools: An attachment perspective*Omodan B.I., Tsotetsi C.T. (2018). Student-teacher relationships as a panacea for students’ academic performance in Nigeria secondary schools: An attachment perspective. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 82 – 101. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.19219
JSSER2018Interpreting for forced migrants in health care: Interpreters’ training through patients` perceptions in Russia. *Lutskovskaya L., Zvereva E.V., Kalashnikova E.P. (2018). Interpreting for forced migrants in health care: Interpreters’ training through patients` perceptions in Russia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 231 – 246. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.50821
JSSER2019Technologization of the pedagogical process as a teacher self-improvement factor. *Kuanysheva B.T., Aubakirova R.Z., Pigovayeva N.I., Fominykh N.I. (2019). Technologization of the pedagogical process as a teacher self-improvement factor. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 404 - 433
JSSER2018Intercultural education in the system of training future teachers.*Achaeva M., Daurova A., Pospelova N., Borysov V. (2018). Intercultural education in the system of training future teachers. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 261 – 281. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.48690
JSSER2019Religious education for aliran kebatinan community in contemporary Indonesia*Lubis D. (2019). Religious education for aliran kebatinan community in contemporary Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 270 - 289
JSSER2018Tradition of value education implementation in indonesian primary schools*Hakam K.A. (2018). Tradition of value education implementation in indonesian primary schools. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 295 – 318. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.98315
JSSER2019The effect of analogy variations on academic writing: How indonesian efl students perform with different cognitive styles*Sujito, Budiharso T., Solikhah I., Muttaqin W.M. (2019). The effect of analogy variations on academic writing: How indonesian efl students perform with different cognitive styles. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (1), pp. 116 - 132
JSSER2018The influence of pedagogical leadership on the construction of professional identity. Systematic review. *García-Martínez I., Tadeu P. (2018). The influence of pedagogical leadership on the construction of professional identity. Systematic review. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 145 – 162. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.90982
JSSER2018Language mediators’ support for refugees at border crossing points: Enhancing societal tools for sustainable communication in multicultural communities of Austria, Germany and Russia.*Belenkova N.M., Kruse I.I., Vydra D. (2018). Language mediators’ support for refugees at border crossing points: Enhancing societal tools for sustainable communication in multicultural communities of Austria, Germany and Russia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 214 – 230. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.16698
JSSER2018The development model of socio-economic institution of community-based tourism village in Botubarani, Bone Bolango, Gorontalo Province, Indonesia*Halid A., Abdul I. (2018). The development model of socio-economic institution of community-based tourism village in Botubarani, Bone Bolango, Gorontalo Province, Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 168 – 184. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.76539
JSSER2019Examining the relevance of Indonesian vocational high school career outcomes to the labor market. *Hambali I.M. (2019). Examining the relevance of Indonesian vocational high school career outcomes to the labor market. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (1), pp. 133 - 155
JSSER2018Strategising local regulations on women’s representation in village policymaking as a realisation of sustainable development goals: A study on semarang regency.*Purwanti A., Ispriyarso B., Wijaningsih D. (2018). Strategising local regulations on women’s representation in village policymaking as a realisation of sustainable development goals: A study on semarang regency. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 319 – 333. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.63125
JSSER2018Consumers spiritual rights in the islamic banking dispute out of court settlement in Indonesia*Setyowati R., Purbasari I., Fauzan E.M. (2018). Consumers spiritual rights in the islamic banking dispute out of court settlement in Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 334 – 351. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.64249
JSSER2018The effect of service quality on student satisfaction and student loyalty: An empirical study.*Chandra T., Ng M., Chandra S., Priyono. (2018). The effect of service quality on student satisfaction and student loyalty: An empirical study. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 109 – 131. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.12590
JSSER2018Model United Nations and experiential learning: An assessment of changes in knowledge and attitudes.*Jesuit D.K., Endless B. (2018). Model United Nations and experiential learning: An assessment of changes in knowledge and attitudes. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 198 – 213. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.99849
JSSER2018The role of grandparents in the child's personality formation (On the material of children’s literature). *Boshkova G., Shastina E., Shatunova O. (2018). The role of grandparents in the child's personality formation (On the material of children’s literature). Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 283 – 294. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.14474
JSSER2018Divided we test: Proficiency rate disparity based on the race, gender, and socioeconomic status of students on the florida US history end-of-course assessment. *Furgione B., Evans K., Russell W.B., III, Jahani S. (2018). Divided we test: Proficiency rate disparity based on the race, gender, and socioeconomic status of students on the florida US history end-of-course assessment. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 62 – 96. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.27986
JSSER2019Authentic leadership in madrassas: Asserting islamic values in teacher performance*Bahzar M. (2019). Authentic leadership in madrassas: Asserting islamic values in teacher performance. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (1), pp. 259 - 284
JSSER2019A new approach to preventing corruption in indonesia: A study of the TP4 in Central Java, Indonesia. *Pujiyono, Setiawan F.A., Hutabarat D.M.T. (2019). A new approach to preventing corruption in indonesia: A study of the TP4 in Central Java, Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (1), pp. 93 - 115
JSSER2018Integration as a form of acculturation of foreign student – future teacher in the polyethnic educational environment of university*Ahtarieva R., Ibragimova E., Sattarova G., Turzhanova G. (2018). Integration as a form of acculturation of foreign student – future teacher in the polyethnic educational environment of university. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 317 – 331. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.14960
JSSER2018Curriculum and instructional challenges in clinical legal education of Indonesian law schools: Breaking the legacy*Hamzah. (2018). Curriculum and instructional challenges in clinical legal education of Indonesian law schools: Breaking the legacy. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 215 – 225. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.66812
JSSER2019Javanese women’s political discourse in response to the 2019 indonesian general election.*Lestari P.M., Djatmika, Sumarlam, Purnanto D. (2019). Javanese women’s political discourse in response to the 2019 indonesian general election. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 193 - 211
JSSER2018The improvement of Indonesia students ‘engagement in civic education through case-based learning’. *Japar M. (2018). The improvement of Indonesia students ‘engagement in civic education through case-based learning’. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 27 – 44. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.11273
JSSER2018Refugee flows at border crossing points: Legal, social and language aspects. *Stepanova V.V., Meshkova I.N., Sheremetieva O.A., Maštálka J. (2018). Refugee flows at border crossing points: Legal, social and language aspects. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 296 – 316. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.75469
JSSER2019Reconfiguring localization quality assessment for video games*Wibowo A.P., Nababan M.R., Santosa R., Kristina D. (2019). Reconfiguring localization quality assessment for video games. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 346 - 363
JSSER2019Acculturation and its effects on the religious and ethnic values of bali’s catur village community*Winaja I.W., Prabawa I.W.S.W., Pertiwi P.R. (2019). Acculturation and its effects on the religious and ethnic values of bali’s catur village community. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 249 - 275
JSSER2019Factors that influence the level of the academic performance of the students*Sadiku G.S., Sylaj V. (2019). Factors that influence the level of the academic performance of the students. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 17 - 38
JSSER2019The problems of gender equality: A reconstruction of Islamic doctrine*Supriyadi T., Julia J., Firdaus E. (2019). The problems of gender equality: A reconstruction of Islamic doctrine. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 91 - 110
JSSER2019Mistranslation and maltranslation in a medical website: Evidences from dorland’s medical dictionary.*Dharmawan R., Nababan M.R., Tarjana M.S.S., Djatmika. (2019). Mistranslation and maltranslation in a medical website: Evidences from dorland’s medical dictionary. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (1), pp. 219 - 240
JSSER2019Pedagogical values in indonesian lyrics of dangdut songs: Evidences of language vulgarism and gender exploitation*Kusumaningsih D., Djatmika, Santosa R., Subroto D.E. (2019). Pedagogical values in indonesian lyrics of dangdut songs: Evidences of language vulgarism and gender exploitation. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 311 - 331
JSSER2018Employing food bank in civic education as a pedagogical tool in project-based learning*Mardiati Y., Leba K. (2018). Employing food bank in civic education as a pedagogical tool in project-based learning. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 352 – 363. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.88007
JSSER2019Investigating principal capacity in literacy instructional leadership at selected primary schools. *Plaatjies B. (2019). Investigating principal capacity in literacy instructional leadership at selected primary schools. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 136 - 160
JSSER2018The messages we miss: Banned books, censored texts, and citizenship.*Lycke K., Lucey T. (2018). The messages we miss: Banned books, censored texts, and citizenship. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 1 – 26. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.50009
JSSER2019Social construction of student behavior through character education based on local wisdom.*Suhartini S., Sekarningrum B., Sulaeman M.M., Gunawan W. (2019). Social construction of student behavior through character education based on local wisdom. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 276 - 291
JSSER2019Inclusive education as a basis for sustainable development of society*Fedulova I., Ivanova V., Atyukova O., Nosov V. (2019). Inclusive education as a basis for sustainable development of society. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 118 - 135
JSSER2018Forming a foreign language teacher's professional competencies in a multilingual educational environment.*Gizatullina A., Sibgatullina A. (2018). Forming a foreign language teacher's professional competencies in a multilingual educational environment. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 282 – 295. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.26095
JSSER2018Assistance for women with disabilities on the victims of sexual abuse in gunungkidul, Indonesia*Sriharini, Izudin A., Amilia F. (2018). Assistance for women with disabilities on the victims of sexual abuse in gunungkidul, Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 241 – 260. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.49783
JSSER2019The social responsibility of a scientist: Philosophical aspect of contemporary discussions.*Saenko N., Voronkova O., Volk M., Voroshilova O. (2019). The social responsibility of a scientist: Philosophical aspect of contemporary discussions. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 332 - 345
JSSER2018Ensuring service quality in education for Indonesia’s sustainable education.*Dewi M.P., Rahmatunnisa M., Sumaryana A., Kristiadi J.B. (2018). Ensuring service quality in education for Indonesia’s sustainable education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 65 – 81. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.26856
JSSER2018Towards development and implementation of learner-centred education in Kosovo*Zabeli N., Anderson J.A., Saqipi B. (2018). Towards development and implementation of learner-centred education in Kosovo. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 49 – 64. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.19588
JSSER2019Field trips among secondary social studies teachers in Florida. *Kenna J.L. (2019). Field trips among secondary social studies teachers in Florida. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 1 - 16
JSSER2019Teacher shortages and cultural mismatch: District and university collaboration for recruiting.*Carothers D., Aydin H., Houdyshell M. (2019). Teacher shortages and cultural mismatch: District and university collaboration for recruiting. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 39 - 63
JSSER2018Geographical indications protection under the new regulation in Indonesia*Sasongko W. (2018). Geographical indications protection under the new regulation in Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 403 – 419. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.57390
JSSER2018The involvement of informal sector workers in society learning activities at kampung inggris pare Kediri.*Yulianingsih W., Supriyono, Rasyad A., Dayati U. (2018). The involvement of informal sector workers in society learning activities at kampung inggris pare Kediri. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (3), pp. 132 – 144. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.29578
JSSER2018Viewing videos of controversial issues instruction: What influences transformative reflection? *Shuttleworth J.M., Patterson T.J., Jaffee A.T. (2018). Viewing videos of controversial issues instruction: What influences transformative reflection? Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 1 – 29. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.75807
JSSER2018Managing school based on character building in the context of religious school culture (Case in Indonesia). *Marini A., Safitri D., Muda I. (2018). Managing school based on character building in the context of religious school culture (Case in Indonesia). Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (4), pp. 274 – 294. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.11668
JSSER2019The response of pesantren community toward the ideology of islamism: A study of pesantren teachers’ perception in North Sumatra.*Jamil M., Jauhari I., Dahlan. (2019). The response of pesantren community toward the ideology of islamism: A study of pesantren teachers’ perception in North Sumatra. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 204 - 223
JSSER2019Reading habits, grammatical knowledge, creative thinking, and attainment in academic writing: Evidence from bengkulu university, Indonesia*Sukesi E., Emzir, Akhadiyah S. (2019). Reading habits, grammatical knowledge, creative thinking, and attainment in academic writing: Evidence from bengkulu university, Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 176 - 192
JSSER2019Distance learning at higher education institutions: Results of an experiment.*Kireev B., Zhundibayeva A., Aktanova A. (2019). Distance learning at higher education institutions: Results of an experiment. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (3), pp. 387 - 403
JSSER2019Translating javanese culture expressions in a novel: Techniques and quality*Nugrahani D., Nababan M.R., Santosa R., Djatmika. (2019). Translating javanese culture expressions in a novel: Techniques and quality. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 323 - 343
JSSER2019The implementation of the allocation and distribution of school operational assistance program for compulsory education units in Kuningan regency, West Java province.*Bahri, Sumaryana A., Karnaesih E., Karlina N. (2019). The implementation of the allocation and distribution of school operational assistance program for compulsory education units in Kuningan regency, West Java province. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (1), pp. 178 - 192
JSSER2019The implementation of tariqa naqshbandiyah's sufism values in south Celebes*Hadarah H., Gani A. (2019). The implementation of tariqa naqshbandiyah's sufism values in south Celebes. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 10 (2), pp. 243 - 269
JSSER2017From the editor*Tarman B. (2017). From the editor [Editörden]. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (1), pp. I - III
JSSER2018Preventing the acts of corruption through legal community education*Seregig I.K., Suryanto T., Hartono B., Rivai E., Prasetyawati E. (2018). Preventing the acts of corruption through legal community education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 138 – 159. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.65190
JSSER2016Using critical cosmopolitanism to globally situate: Multicultural education in teacher preparation courses*Byker E.J., Marquardt S.K. (2016). Using critical cosmopolitanism to globally situate: Multicultural education in teacher preparation courses. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 7 (2), pp. 30 - 50
JSSER2016Embedding literacy strategies in social studies for eighth-grade students*Gaston A., Martinez J., Martin E.P. (2016). Embedding literacy strategies in social studies for eighth-grade students. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 7 (1), pp. 73 – 95. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.16693
JSSER2015Social studies education and public art: The Detroit billboard project*Taylor J.A., Iroha O. (2015). Social studies education and public art: The Detroit billboard project. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 6 (1), pp. 1 – 25. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.40975
JSSER2018Responsive legal approach to law of human trafficking in Indonesia*Farhana F. (2018). Responsive legal approach to law of human trafficking in Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (1), pp. 214 – 227. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.23327
JSSER2018Project method in preparation of future preschool teachers*Anisimova E., Ibatullin R. (2018). Project method in preparation of future preschool teachers. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 228 – 238. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.73355
JSSER2018Linguistic politeness and media education: A lingua-pragmatic study of changing trends in ‘forms of address’ in Egyptian media talk shows*Omar A., Ilyas M., Kassem M.A.M. (2018). Linguistic politeness and media education: A lingua-pragmatic study of changing trends in ‘forms of address’ in Egyptian media talk shows. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 349 – 365. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.09622
JSSER2015Opinions of social studies teachers regarding the 4+4+4 educational system [Sosyal bilgiler öğretmenlerinin 4+4+4 eğitim sistemine ilişkin görüşleri]. *Öztürk F.Z. (2015). Opinions of social studies teachers regarding the 4+4+4 educational system [Sosyal bilgiler öğretmenlerinin 4+4+4 eğitim sistemine ilişkin görüşleri]. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 6 (2), pp. 31 – 90. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.21043
JSSER2015Secondary social studies teachers’ time commitment when addressing the common core state standards. *Kenna J.L., Russell W.B., III (2015). Secondary social studies teachers’ time commitment when addressing the common core state standards. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 6 (1), pp. 26 – 48. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.37219
JSSER2015Preservice social studies teachers’ perspectives and understandings of teaching in the Twenty-First century classroom: A meta-ethnography*Tannebaum R.P. (2015). Preservice social studies teachers’ perspectives and understandings of teaching in the Twenty-First century classroom: A meta-ethnography. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 6 (2), pp. 154 – 176. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.48097
JSSER2018The structure of the person's technical aptitude and factors of its development*Shatunova O., Sterz O. (2018). The structure of the person's technical aptitude and factors of its development. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 239 – 250. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.44474
JSSER2017Formation of students’ professional self-actualization in modern educational environment*Dmitrienko N.A., Gorbina M.A., Porozhnyak N.F., Trusova T.V., Konovalenko T.G. (2017). Formation of students’ professional self-actualization in modern educational environment. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (2), pp. 161 – 177. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.360871
JSSER2017Knowledge management as an approach to learning and instructing sector university students in post-Soviet professional education*Volegzhanina I.S., Chusovlyanova S.V., Adolf V.A., Bykadorova E.S., Belova E.N. (2017). Knowledge management as an approach to learning and instructing sector university students in post-Soviet professional education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (2), pp. 39 – 61. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.360863
JSSER2016Videoconferencing for global citizenship education: Wise practices for social studies educators*Krutka D.G., Carano K.T. (2016). Videoconferencing for global citizenship education: Wise practices for social studies educators. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 7 (2), pp. 109 - 136
JSSER2017English textbooks for Russian students: Problems and specific features*Solnyshkina M.I., Vishnyakova O.D., Gafiyatova E.V., Gabitov A.I. (2017). English textbooks for Russian students: Problems and specific features. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (3), pp. 215 - 226
JSSER2016How can i describe social studies curriculum in the first three years of primary school? A case study*Aktan S. (2016). How can i describe social studies curriculum in the first three years of primary school? A case study. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 7 (1), pp. 41 – 72. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.99654
JSSER2015“My assessment didn’t seem real”: The influence of field experiences on preservice teachers’ agency and assessment literacy*Spencer Clark J. (2015). “My assessment didn’t seem real”: The influence of field experiences on preservice teachers’ agency and assessment literacy. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 6 (2), pp. 91 – 111. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.91829
JSSER2018Productive resources management: How Visiana Bhakti cooperative samarinda strives*Fitriyah N. (2018). Productive resources management: How Visiana Bhakti cooperative samarinda strives. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 189 – 209. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.33923
JSSER2015The role of media in geography courses from the perspectives of pre-service social studies teachers [Sosyal bilgiler öğretmen adaylarının bakış açısından coğrafya derslerinde medyanın rolü]*Ayas C. (2015). The role of media in geography courses from the perspectives of pre-service social studies teachers [Sosyal bilgiler öğretmen adaylarının bakış açısından coğrafya derslerinde medyanın rolü]. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 6 (1), pp. 172 – 189. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.62774
JSSER2018Sociological portrait of applicants and students of the most popular and perspective specialties of secondary vocational education: A comparative aspect*Novikova S.S., Romanova G.M., Simonyan A.R., Ukraintseva I.I., Khachaturova N.Y. (2018). Sociological portrait of applicants and students of the most popular and perspective specialties of secondary vocational education: A comparative aspect. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (1), pp. 124 – 139. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.14697
JSSER2018Asian educational discourse: Construction of ontological security*Khalina N.V., Kovaleva A.V., Voronin M.S., Anikin D.V., Valyulina E.V. (2018). Asian educational discourse: Construction of ontological security. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (1), pp. 11 – 27. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.35935
JSSER2017 Readiness of educational activity subjects for results-oriented cooperation in the inclusive educational practice of higher school*Tsyrenov V.T., Erdyneeva K.G., Tudupova T.T., Boronoyev P.G., Popova N.N. (2017). Readiness of educational activity subjects for results-oriented cooperation in the inclusive educational practice of higher school. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (3), pp. 93 - 113
JSSER2018The role of local history texts in implementing the culturological approach to teaching the Russian language: The basic general education level. *Ivygina A., Pupysheva E., Mukhametshina D. (2018). The role of local history texts in implementing the culturological approach to teaching the Russian language: The basic general education level. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 160 – 171. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.47783
JSSER2016Advocating for a cause: Civic engagement in the K-6 classroom.*Dejarnette N.K., Sudeck M. (2016). Advocating for a cause: Civic engagement in the K-6 classroom. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 7 (1), pp. 140 – 162. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.27299
JSSER2018Expatriate experience and the fictional world of diaspora. *Ilyas M. (2018). Expatriate experience and the fictional world of diaspora. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (1), pp. 106 – 123. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.09257
JSSER2018Social and political portrait of contemporary Russian student youth.*Osipova N.G., Elishev S.O., Pronchev G.B., Monakhov D.N. (2018). Social and political portrait of contemporary Russian student youth. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (1), pp. 28 – 59. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.12152
JSSER2015The effectiveness of multiple intelligence applications on academic achievement: A meta-analysis *Yurt E., Polat S. (2015). The effectiveness of multiple intelligence applications on academic achievement: A meta-analysis [Çoklu zekâ öğretim uygulamalarının akademik başarı üzerindeki etkisi: Bir meta-analiz çalışması]. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 6 (1), pp. 84 – 122. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.75161
JSSER2017The potential of folk tabletop games in the development of the intelligence and creativity of children*Baisheva M.I., Golikov A.I., Prokopieva M.M., Popova L.V., Zakharova A.I., Kovtun T.J. (2017). The potential of folk tabletop games in the development of the intelligence and creativity of children. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (3), pp. 128 - 138
JSSER2018Motivated and unmotivated violations from the norm in children's books in organizing extracurricular reading*Sabitova A., Salimova D., Ibragimova E. (2018). Motivated and unmotivated violations from the norm in children's books in organizing extracurricular reading. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 306 – 316. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.19049
JSSER2017Major factors affecting students’ perception towards faculty evaluation of teaching (SET)*Dev S., Qayyum N. (2017). Major factors affecting students’ perception towards faculty evaluation of teaching (SET). Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (3), pp. 149 - 167
JSSER2018The role of reading in the development of giftedness in the context of globalization and national identity*Shastina E., Shatunova O., Borodina T., Borisov A., Maliy Y. (2018). The role of reading in the development of giftedness in the context of globalization and national identity. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (1), pp. 158 – 167. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.97204
JSSER2018Organizationally-pedagogical aspect of preparation of students to professional activity in the process of educational practice*Shinysherova G.B., Yessimov B.K., Childibayev J., Tuleubayev Z., Ziyayeva G.K., Alpysbaikyzy M. (2018). Organizationally-pedagogical aspect of preparation of students to professional activity in the process of educational practice. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (1), pp. 1 – 10. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.52121
JSSER2018The existence of customary rights of customary law community and its regulation in the era of special autonomy of Papua*Hammar R.K.R. (2018). The existence of customary rights of customary law community and its regulation in the era of special autonomy of Papua. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (1), pp. 201 – 213. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.06135
JSSER2017Mortal subtext in O.E. Mandelstam’s poem “oh, how we love to be a hypocrite”: Folklore reality*Dudareva M.A., Milovanova I.S., Anisina Y.V., Shorkina E.N. (2017). Mortal subtext in O.E. Mandelstam’s poem “oh, how we love to be a hypocrite”: Folklore reality. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (3), pp. 282 - 290
JSSER2017Historical thinking: An evaluation of student and teacher ability to analyze sources*Cowgill D.A., II, Waring S.M. (2017). Historical thinking: An evaluation of student and teacher ability to analyze sources. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (1), pp. 115 - 145
JSSER2017Teacher to student epistemological interaction in the contemporary paradigm of university education*Charikova I., Zhadanov V. (2017). Teacher to student epistemological interaction in the contemporary paradigm of university education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (2), pp. 117 – 129. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.360868
JSSER2017White willow in Russian literature: Folklore “roots” of image*Dudareva M.A., Goeva N.P. (2017). White willow in Russian literature: Folklore “roots” of image. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (3), pp. 291 - 299
JSSER2018Corporate qualification of the mentor in the dual education system*Falyakhov I. (2018). Corporate qualification of the mentor in the dual education system. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 89 – 103. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.07202
JSSER2017Education for knowledge society: Learning and scientific innovation environment*Karpov A.O. (2017). Education for knowledge society: Learning and scientific innovation environment. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (3), pp. 201 - 214
JSSER2015Examining the citizenship and democracy education textbook and curriculum in terms of global education*Günel E., Pehlivan A. (2015). Examining the citizenship and democracy education textbook and curriculum in terms of global education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 6 (1), pp. 123 – 171. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.88468
JSSER2015Pay It Forward: Teacher candidates’ use of historical artifacts to invigorate K-12 history instruction*Waring S.M., Torrez C., Lipscomb G. (2015). Pay It Forward: Teacher candidates’ use of historical artifacts to invigorate K-12 history instruction. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 6 (2), pp. 18 – 30. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.98048
JSSER2017Problems of linguistic discrimination in the communicative space of tajikistan: Legal, sociolinguistic and educational aspects*Iskandarova D., Ladygina O., Shambezoda K., Zolotukhin A., Abdukhamitov V. (2017). Problems of linguistic discrimination in the communicative space of tajikistan: Legal, sociolinguistic and educational aspects. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (3), pp. 168 - 189
JSSER2018Male students’ separate education*Sheymardanov S. (2018). Male students’ separate education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (1), pp. 187 – 200. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.28215
JSSER2017Transformation of approaches to organizing the students' university practical training in the area of social activity: A post-soviet experience.*Akvazba E.O., Gabysheva L.K., Medvedev P.S., Skok N.I., Ukhabina T.E. (2017). Transformation of approaches to organizing the students' university practical training in the area of social activity: A post-soviet experience. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (2), pp. 62 – 79. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.360864
JSSER2018Organizing blended learning for students on the basis of learning roadmaps*Andreeva N.M., Artyukhov I.P., Myagkova E.G., Pak N.I., Akkasynova Z.K. (2018). Organizing blended learning for students on the basis of learning roadmaps. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 47 – 64. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.81426
JSSER2018Information competency and creative initiative of personality and their manifestation in activity*Tabachuk N.P., Ledovskikh I.A., Shulika N.A., Karpova I.V., Kazinets V.A., Polichka A.E. (2018). Information competency and creative initiative of personality and their manifestation in activity. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (1), pp. 168 – 186. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.16908
JSSER2017The effect of using cartoons on developing omani grade 4 students’ awareness of water issues and their attitudes towards using them in teaching social studies*Al-Rabaani A.H., Al-Aamri I.H. (2017). The effect of using cartoons on developing omani grade 4 students’ awareness of water issues and their attitudes towards using them in teaching social studies. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (1), pp. 35 - 46
JSSER2018Identifying the demand for shaping the social skills of healthy behavior in Russian students. *Nikitina O. (2018) Identifying the demand for shaping the social skills of healthy behavior in Russian students. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 317 – 328. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.51178
JSSER2017The state of social studies teacher preparation: An analysis of program requirements in the United States. *Bittman B., Russell W.B., III, Kenna J., Beckles L., Zandt C.V. (2017). The state of social studies teacher preparation: An analysis of program requirements in the United States. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (3), pp. 1 - 23
JSSER2018American authors, september 11th, and civil war representations in historical fiction.*Bickford J.H. (2018). American authors, september 11th, and civil war representations in historical fiction. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 1 – 27. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.25211
JSSER2018The implementation of PAIKEM (Active, innovative, creative, effective, and exiting learning) and conventional learning method to improve student learning results. *Priyono (2018). The implementation of PAIKEM (Active, innovative, creative, effective, and exiting learning) and conventional learning method to improve student learning results. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 124 – 137. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.65763
JSSER2017Buddhist religious education in the context of modern Russian policy of multicultural education: A case of the Republic of Buryatia. *Dorzhigushaeva O., Dondukov B., Dondukova G. (2017). Buddhist religious education in the context of modern Russian policy of multicultural education: A case of the Republic of Buryatia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (2), pp. 80 – 99. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.360866
JSSER2016From the editor *Tarman B. (2016). From the editor [Editörden]. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 7 (1), pp. i – iii. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.68698
JSSER2017Internationalization impact on Ph.D. training policy in Russia: Insights from the comparative document analysis. *Chigisheva O., Soltovets E., Bondarenko A. (2017). Internationalization impact on Ph.D. training policy in Russia: Insights from the comparative document analysis. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (2), pp. 178 – 190. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.360872
JSSER2016Using digital participatory research to foster glocal competence: constructing multimedia projects as a form of global and civic citizenship. *Mathews S.A. (2016). Using digital participatory research to foster glocal competence: constructing multimedia projects as a form of global and civic citizenship. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 7 (2), pp. 1 - 29
JSSER2017Media implications in bahrain’s textbooks in light of unesco's media literacy principles. *Alshorooqi F., Rawadieh S.M. (2017). Media implications in bahrain’s textbooks in light of unesco's media literacy principles. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (3), pp. 259 - 281
JSSER2017Transformation of the system of bilingual education in the Republic of Tatarstan: Crossover ethnolinguistic controversies. *Maximova O., Belyaev V., Laukart-Gorbacheva O. (2017). Transformation of the system of bilingual education in the Republic of Tatarstan: Crossover ethnolinguistic controversies. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (2), pp. 15 – 38. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.360862
JSSER2015The impact of ICT on pupils’ achievement and attitudes in social studies [Bilgi ve İletişim teknolojilerinin (BİT) sosyal bilgiler öğretiminde öğrenci başarısı ve tutumuna etkisi]. *Cener E., Acun I., Demirhan G. (2015). The impact of ICT on pupils’ achievement and attitudes in social studies [Bilgi ve İletişim teknolojilerinin (BİT) sosyal bilgiler öğretiminde öğrenci başarısı ve tutumuna etkisi]. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 6 (1), pp. 190 – 207. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.67856
JSSER2017Social informatics: Natural tools for students’ information training in the conditions of embodied and mental approaches being employed*Barkhatova D., Nigmatulina E., Stepanova T. (2017). Social informatics: Natural tools for students’ information training in the conditions of embodied and mental approaches being employed. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (2), pp. 100 – 116. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.360867
JSSER2017Spiritual dominance of the sakha people traditional belief in the personality development of children. *Baisheva M.I., Grigoryeva A.A., Neustroeva A.N., Borisova T.M., Sidorova E.E., Iliynova T.L. (2017). Spiritual dominance of the sakha people traditional belief in the personality development of children. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (3), pp. 139 - 148
JSSER2018School supervision practices in the indonesian education system; perspectives and challenges*Haris I., Naway F.A., Pulukadang W.T., Takeshita H., Ancho I.V. (2018). School supervision practices in the indonesian education system; perspectives and challenges. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 366 – 387. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.17724
JSSER2017Professional preparation of students of social pedagogy in the Czech Republic*Martincová J., Andrysová P. (2017). Professional preparation of students of social pedagogy in the Czech Republic. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (1), pp. 47 - 68
JSSER2018Particularities of speech readiness for schooling in pre-school children having general speech underdevelopment: A social and pedagogical aspect. *Emelyanova I.A., Borisova E.A., Shapovalova O.E., Karynbaeva O.V., Vorotilkina I.M. (2018). Particularities of speech readiness for schooling in pre-school children having general speech underdevelopment: A social and pedagogical aspect. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (1), pp. 89 – 105. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.27331
JSSER2017The curriculum development of experienced teachers who are inexperienced with history-based pedagogy. *Bickford J.H., III (2017). The curriculum development of experienced teachers who are inexperienced with history-based pedagogy. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (1), pp. 146 - 192
JSSER2016From the editors of special issue: Global citizenship education in the social studies*Harshman J., Kılınç E. (2016). From the editors of special issue: Global citizenship education in the social studies. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 7 (2), pp. I - VI
JSSER2018The economic impact of UUM international students’ expenditure on business activities in Changlun. *Hassan S., Othman Z., Sabudin N.S., Mohaideen Z.M., Hidthir M.H. (2018). The economic impact of UUM international students’ expenditure on business activities in Changlun. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (1), pp. 140 – 157. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.93983
JSSER2016Investigating the students’ perceptions of the democratic values of academicians. *Akar C. (2016). Investigating the students’ perceptions of the democratic values of academicians. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 7 (1), pp. 96 – 139. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.49601
JSSER2017 Evaluating text complexity and Flesch-Kincaid grade level*Solnyshkina M.I., Zamaletdinov R.R., Gorodetskaya L.A., Gabitov A.I. (2017). Evaluating text complexity and Flesch-Kincaid grade level. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (3), pp. 238 - 248
JSSER2018Pedagogical potential of muslim religious sources in overcoming physical and mental and psychological trials. *Aminov T., Magsumov T., Sayakhov R., Yepaneshnikov V., Nasipov I., Aitov V. (2018). Pedagogical potential of muslim religious sources in overcoming physical and mental and psychological trials. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 266 – 282. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.66061
JSSER2018Ethical discussions in the national literature as a form of moral education of the students.*Gabidullina F., Akhatova Z., Karimova I., Glukhova O., Zakirov R. (2018). Ethical discussions in the national literature as a form of moral education of the students. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 295 – 305. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.91257
JSSER2015From the editor*Tarman B. (2015). From the editor. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 6 (1), pp. i – iii. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.31525
JSSER2017An investigation of middle school teachers’ perceptions on bullying. *Waters S., Mashburn N. (2017). An investigation of middle school teachers’ perceptions on bullying. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (1), pp. 1 - 34
JSSER2015From the editor*Tarman B. (2015). From the editor. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 6 (2), pp. i - iii
JSSER2017Deictic elements as means of text cohesion and coherence in academic discourse*Gafiyatova E.V., Korovina I.V., Solnyshkina M.I., Yarmakeev I.E. (2017). Deictic elements as means of text cohesion and coherence in academic discourse. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (3), pp. 190 - 200
JSSER2017Supported accommodation of young people with psychophysical disorders as a condition for social and pedagogical inclusion*Furyaeva T.V., Markevich A.N., Furyaev E. (2017). Supported accommodation of young people with psychophysical disorders as a condition for social and pedagogical inclusion. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (3), pp. 114 - 127
JSSER2018The adoption of e-learning technology at the faculty of distance learning of plekhanov Russian university of economics. *Gerasimova V.G., Melamud M.R., Tutaeva D.R., Romanova Y.D., Zhenova N.A. (2018). The adoption of e-learning technology at the faculty of distance learning of plekhanov Russian university of economics. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 172 – 188. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.20153
JSSER2016Preparing globally competent teacher candidates through cross-cultural experiential learning. *Kopish M.A. (2016). Preparing globally competent teacher candidates through cross-cultural experiential learning. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 7 (2), pp. 75 - 108
JSSER2017Ships in Russian literature: Folklore aesthetics. *Dudareva M.A., Pogukaeva A.V., Polyantseva E.A., Karpova Y.V. (2017). Ships in Russian literature: Folklore aesthetics. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (3), pp. 249 - 258
JSSER2018Preparation of the future teacher for work with gifted children.*Bochkareva T., Akhmetshin E., Osadchy E., Romanov P., Konovalova E. (2018). Preparation of the future teacher for work with gifted children. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 251 – 265. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.76113
JSSER2016Global citizenship education in school curricula. A polish perspective*Leek J. (2016). Global citizenship education in school curricula. A polish perspective. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 7 (2), pp. 51 – 74.
JSSER2015An investigation into the organization levels of social studies teachers with regard to constructivist learning environments in terms of several variables. *Çalışkan H. (2015). An investigation into the organization levels of social studies teachers with regard to constructivist learning environments in terms of several variables. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 6 (1), pp. 49 – 83. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.00913
JSSER2018Moderating influence of curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment practices on learning outcomes in Indonesian secondary education. *Umami I. (2018). Moderating influence of curriculum, pedagogy, and assessment practices on learning outcomes in Indonesian secondary education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (1), pp. 60 – 75. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.37505
JSSER2015Dynamics of russian employers’ perceptions on the training quality of specialists in the system of secondary vocational education*Vlasova T., Krasnova E., Abraukhova V., Safontseva N. (2018). Dynamics of russian employers’ perceptions on the training quality of specialists in the system of secondary vocational education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (1), pp. 76 – 88. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.46598
JSSER2015Determination of the methods used by prospective teachers in the field of social studies while teaching historical topics. *Yılmaz A., Kırtel A. (2015). Determination of the methods used by prospective teachers in the field of social studies while teaching historical topics. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 6 (2), pp. 112 – 153. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.01501
JSSER2017Improving student readiness to overcome IT-related obstacles during pedagogical interaction in post-Soviet education. *Luchaninov D., Bazhenov R., Shtepa Y., Nikolaeva N., Tcytcarev A., Kuimova M. (2017). Improving student readiness to overcome IT-related obstacles during pedagogical interaction in post-Soviet education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (2), pp. 1 – 14. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.360861
JSSER2017Developing globally minded, critical media literacy skills. *Harshman J. (2017). Developing globally minded, critical media literacy skills. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (1), pp. 69 - 92
JSSER2018 Methodical training of future teachers as a requirement of new standards. *Anisimova T., Sharafeeva L. (2018). Methodical training of future teachers as a requirement of new standards. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 65 – 79. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.15222
JSSER2018Perceptions of students and teachers about the forms and student self-assessment activities in the classroom during the formative assessment. *Shatri Z.G., Zabeli N. (2018). Perceptions of students and teachers about the forms and student self-assessment activities in the classroom during the formative assessment. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 28 – 46. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.51331
JSSER2017Transformation of educational policy, theory and practice in post-soviet social studies education*Tarman B., Chigisheva O. (2017). Transformation of educational policy, theory and practice in post-soviet social studies education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (2), pp. I – IV. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.93128
JSSER2018Education as a foundation of humanity: Learning from the pedagogy of pesantren in Indonesia. *Ma’Arif S. (2018). Education as a foundation of humanity: Learning from the pedagogy of pesantren in Indonesia. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 104 – 123. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.58854
JSSER2016Qualitative data collection and interpretation: A Turkish social studies lesson . *Grammes T., Açıkalın M. (2016). Qualitative data collection and interpretation: A Turkish social studies lesson . Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 7 (1), pp. 1 – 40. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.47392
JSSER2018Coaching method in teaching history of visual arts to students*Faizrakhmanova A., Averianova T., Aitov V., Kudinova G., Lebedeva I. (2018). Coaching method in teaching history of visual arts to students. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 9 (2), pp. 80 – 88. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.34255
JSSER2017Social science pre-service teachers’ preparation to teach about Asia: A research study*Kenna J.L., Poole C.M. (2017). Social science pre-service teachers’ preparation to teach about Asia: A research study. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (1), pp. 93 - 114
JSSER2017Formation of pedagogical system for individual self-development by means of physical culture and sport. *Panachev V.D., Zelenin L.A., Opletin A.A., Verbytskyi S.A. (2017). Formation of pedagogical system for individual self-development by means of physical culture and sport. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (3), pp. 227 - 237
JSSER2017Newest web-technologies for studying and diagnosing individual abilities of learners. *Nikolaeva Y.S., Pak N.I. (2017). Newest web-technologies for studying and diagnosing individual abilities of learners. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (2), pp. 130 – 144. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.360869
JSSER2015Examining the citizenship and democracy education textbook and curriculum in terms of global education. *Günel E., Pehlivan A. (2015). Examining the citizenship and democracy education textbook and curriculum in terms of global education. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 6 (1), pp. 123 – 171. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.88468s
JSSER2017Traditional and alternative approaches to the method of situational analysis in Russia: Evidence from the case study “Istanbul in the life and works of Martiros Saryan”. *Fedotova O., Ermakov P., Latun V., Hovhannisyan H., Avanesyan G. (2017). Traditional and alternative approaches to the method of situational analysis in Russia: Evidence from the case study “Istanbul in the life and works of Martiros Saryan”. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 8 (2), pp. 145 – 160. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.360870
JSSER2015Preserving social studies as core curricula in an era of common core reform*Denton D.W., Sink C. (2015). Preserving social studies as core curricula in an era of common core reform. Journal of Social Studies Education Research, 6 (2), pp. 1 – 17. DOI: 10.17499/jsser.48738
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JSSER2023The Effects of Electronic Games on Students’ Academic Achievement in the United Arab Emirates from a Parental Perspectiveacademic achievement; Al Ain City; electronic games; students; parents; United Arab Emirates.Mastur H. Rehim, Khawlah Al-tkhayneh, Eman Ali Zaitoun, Ahmed Khaled
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REPAM2023Self-Awareness as a Key Emotional Intelligent Skill for Secondary School Principals’ Leadership ToolkitEducational challenges emotional intelligence leadership school principal self-awarenessPretorius, A., & Plaatjies, B. (2023). Self-Awareness as a Key Emotional Intelligent Skill for Secondary School Principals’ Leadership Toolkit. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(2), 52-74. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.9
REPAM2023Strategic Leadership Policy Strategies to Optimize Justice and Equity for Children of Child-Headed HouseholdsChild-headed households principals social justice strategic leadershipPalmer, J., De Klerk, E., Esau, M., & Smit, E. (2023). Strategic Leadership Policy Strategies to Optimize Justice and Equity for Children of Child-Headed Households. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(2), 75-94. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.10
REPAM2023Reflections on Decolonising of Medium of Instruction at South African Universitiesaccess declonisation home language medium of instruction language policyMutongoza, B., Mutanho, C., Linake, M., & Makeleni, S. (2023). Reflections on Decolonising of Medium of Instruction at South African Universities. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(2), 95-108. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.11
REPAM2023Legal Remedies for Teachers as Victims of Workplace Bullying in South AfricaLegal remedies South Africa teachers' rights workplace bullyingLangeveldt, D. (2023). Legal Remedies for Teachers as Victims of Workplace Bullying in South Africa. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(2), 109-123. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.12
REPAM2023Towards a Just Distribution of Student Funding to Youth with Learning Disabilities in Vocational Education and TrainingLearning disability technical and vocational education and training colleges national student financial aid scheme youths inclusionNkambule, B., & Ngubane, S. A. (2023). Towards a Just Distribution of Student Funding to Youth with Learning Disabilities in Vocational Education and Training. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(2), 124-143. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.13
REPAM2023Developing a Media Literacy Perception ScaleMedia literacy, media literacy perception MLPS (Media Literacy Perception Scale)Özel, A. (2023). Developing a Media Literacy Perception Scale. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(2), 144-162. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.14
REPAM2023Factors influencing lecturer’s retention in a South African UniversitySouth African university lecturers’ retention retaining lecturersMahoko, N., & Omodan, B. (2023). Factors influencing lecturer’s retention in a South African University. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(2), 163-176. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.15
REPAM2023Legal Execution of Curriculum in Primary Schools: School Management Teams’ PerspectivesExecution of curriculum leadership curriculum implementation school management team instructional leadershipNtuli, L., & Mahlangu, V. (2023). Legal Execution of Curriculum in Primary Schools: School Management Teams’ Perspectives. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(2), 177-206. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.16
Ressat2023The Possible Uses of Foldscopes as a Form of Frugal Science in the Biology Classroom As Well As in Out-of-School Science ActivitiesFoldscope microscope scientific sleuths environmental investigations frugal science science-technology-society approachesPretorius, J., de Beer, J., & Jackson, C. (2023). The Possible Uses of Foldscopes as a Form of Frugal Science in the Biology Classroom As Well As in Out-of-School Science Activities. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(3), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.17
Ressat2023Framework for Numeracy and Digital Skills Attributes in Higher EducationNumeracy skills digital skills graduate attributes framework higher educationDalim, S., Syed Aris, S. R., Hoon, T., Nadzri, F., Deni, S., Yahya, N., & Si, E. (2023). Framework for Numeracy and Digital Skills Attributes in Higher Education. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(3), 16-35. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.18
Ressat2023Effects of Emerging Technologies on African Development: A Narrative Review on Selected African CountriesAfrican countries Digitalisation process E-learning Emerging technologies NanotechnologiesBadaru, K., & Mphahlele, R. (2023). Effects of Emerging Technologies on African Development: A Narrative Review on Selected African Countries. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(3), 36-51. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.19
Ressat2023Mathematics Online Baseline Assessment: Senior Phase First-year Student Teachers’ ViewsOnline baseline assessment student teachers’ views mathematical knowledge information communication technologyAdelabu, F., & Alex, J. (2023). Mathematics Online Baseline Assessment: Senior Phase First-year Student Teachers’ Views. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(3), 52-66. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.22
Ressat2023The Impact of Covid-19 on Academic Practice: A Dilemma-Driven Self-Study Inquiry at an Institution of Higher Learningself-study professional growth dilemmas Covid-19 professional traumasTshuma, T. (2023). The Impact of Covid-19 on Academic Practice: A Dilemma-Driven Self-Study Inquiry at an Institution of Higher Learning. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(3), 67-88. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.21
Ressat2023Errors and Misconceptions in Euclidean Geometry Problem Solving Questions: The Case of Grade 12 LearnersEuclidean geometry geometry geometric thinking errors Van Heile`s theoryMosia, M., Matabane, M., & Moloi, T. (2023). Errors and Misconceptions in Euclidean Geometry Problem Solving Questions: The Case of Grade 12 Learners. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(3), 89-104. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.23
Ressat2023Augmented Reality for Teaching Storytelling in a Rural Foundation Phase Primary School: Integrating a Place-Based Approachaugmented reality place-based approach storytelling foundation phase rural primary school literacy teachingMpiti, P., Makena, B., & Qoyi, M. (2023). Augmented Reality for Teaching Storytelling in a Rural Foundation Phase Primary School: Integrating a Place-Based Approach. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(3), 105-118. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.24
Ressat2023Training, Remuneration and Teamwork as Predictors of Job Performance of Employees: An Insight from National Examinations Council, NigeriaTraining Remuneration Teamwork Job Performance and EmployeesOkunlola, J. (2023). Training, Remuneration and Teamwork as Predictors of Job Performance of Employees: An Insight from National Examinations Council, Nigeria. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(3), 119-133. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.27
Ressat2023The Development of Digital Competencies in Pre-Service TeachersDigital competencies pre-service teachers teacher training technology integrationMarais, E. (2023). The Development of Digital Competencies in Pre-Service Teachers. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(3), 134-154. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.28
Ressat2023Drug abuse: A Hindrance to Optimal Functioning of the Rural Learner’s Cognitive CapabilitiesCognitive capabilities drug abuse quality education rural learner optimal functioningChidakwa, N., Modise, A., & Khanare, F. (2023). Drug abuse: A Hindrance to Optimal Functioning of the Rural Learner’s Cognitive Capabilities. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(3), 155-175. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.25
Ressat2023Teachers’ Readiness towards the Integration of Information and Communications Technology in Teaching and Learning of Engineering Graphics and Design in KwaZulu-NatalAutoCAD technology spatial visualisation ICT integration engineering graphics and design ICT trainingMlambo, P., Maeko, M., & Khoza, S. (2023). Teachers’ Readiness towards the Integration of Information and Communications Technology in Teaching and Learning of Engineering Graphics and Design in KwaZulu-Natal. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(3), 176-195. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.26
Ressat2023Examining the Relationship between Life Satisfaction and the Happiness-increasing Strategies used by Mothers for their ChildrenChild Happiness Life satisfactionTarman, Ýlknur, & Eminanc, C. (2023). Examining the Relationship between Life Satisfaction and the Happiness-increasing Strategies used by Mothers for their Children. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(3), 196-213. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.29
JSSER2023Developing an Understanding of Secondary Social Studies Teacher Candidates’ Economic Pedagogical Content Knowledgeeconomic pedagogical content knowledge; social studies; economics education; teacher preparation*
JSSER2023Enhancing Educational Competitive in Egyptian Social Work Colleges: A Structural Analysis of Strategic VariablesCompetitive; foresight studies; MICMAC; social work college; structural analysis*
JSSER2023Managing Bullying Among Senior Phase Learners in Eastern Cape Province, South AfricaBullying; management of bullying; school stakeholders; senior phase learners*
JSSER2023Implications of Legal Education for Social Policy in MaduraLegal education; social Policy; value education,*
JSSER2023The Impact of Digitalization on Political Engagement Among Kazakhstani Youth: A Comparative Study Before and After "Qandy Qantar" (Sanguinary January) of 2022Digitialization; Internet; Kazakhstani youth; political activity and engagement; social capital and network*
JSSER2023The Power of Community: Supporting the Learning Path of Roma University StudentsHigher education; inclusion; resilience; Roma students; social mobility*
JSSER2023Married & Wise - A Correlational Study of Wisdom, Well-Being, and ?Resilience in Relation to Gender, Age and Marital StatusAge; gender; resilience; well-being; wisdom*
JSSER2023Beyond Borders: Understanding Intellectual Migration among Kazakhstani Graduates of Foreign UniversitiesAcademic mobility; factors of migration; graduates of foreign universities; intellectual migration; Kazakhstan*
JSSER2023The Effect of Pandemic Period on Student Teachers’ Professional Growth During Their Student Teaching PracticeMentoring; pandemic period; student teaching practice; student teacher*
JSSER2023Analyzing International Students' Perceptions of National Brands Through a Qualitative Approach: The Case of KazakhstanAssociative research; international students; language learning; national brand*
JSSER2023Exploring Perspectives: The Virtual Classroom's Impact on Student Achievement from the Viewpoints of Both Students and Teachersachievements; perception; students; teachers; virtual classrooms*
JSSER2023Charters as Counter Publics: Addressing the Civic Side of Charter SchoolingCharter schools; civics; civic achievement gap; civic opportunity gap; public schools*
JSSER2023Developing a Teaching and Learning Model to Foster Digital Citizenship in General Education Undergraduate CoursesDigital citizenship; general education course; teaching and learning; undergraduate*
JSSER2023Adaptation of the Global Citizenship Scale in a Multicultural Country: KazakhstanGlobal citizenship; Kazakhstan; scale*
JSSER2023Actor-Network in Disaster Education: Mainstreaming the Role of Higher Education in Climate Resilience for Sustainable Development in Northern Thai SchoolHigher Education; Actor-Network Theory; Climate Resilience; Japan; Thailand*
JSSER2023Analysis and Quality of Literature Textbooks in Upper Secondary Education in KosovoAnalysis; evaluation; high schools; literary texts; quality education*
JCVE2023Collaborative Paper Writing as a Tool to Advance Language CompetenceAuthors collaboration language competence comprehension language skillsMakena, B. (2023). Collaborative Paper Writing as a Tool to Advance Language Competence. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(3), 1-9. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.16
JCVE2023Well-being and Burnout among Pre-clinical Medical Students in a Caribbean Medical SchoolWell-being burnout stress medical students cynicism academic efficacyModna, Y., Shah, D., & Stanton, S. (2023). Well-being and Burnout among Pre-clinical Medical Students in a Caribbean Medical School. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(3), 10-25. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.17
JCVE2023The Sway of Early Marriage on the Girl Child Education among Some Ethnic Groups in Lagos State, NigeriaChild marriage Girl child Education Ethnic groupOpesemowo, O. A., & Odumosu, E. (2023). The Sway of Early Marriage on the Girl Child Education among Some Ethnic Groups in Lagos State, Nigeria. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(3), 26-41. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.18
JCVE2023A Systematic Literature Review of Social Media Usage among People with Intellectual Disabilitysocial media intellectual disability online internet benefitsJacob, U., & Pillay, J. (2023). A Systematic Literature Review of Social Media Usage among People with Intellectual Disability. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(3), 42-61. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.19
JCVE2023Social Adjustment, a Necessity among Students with Negative Body-Image: The Roles of Parenting Processes and Self EsteemSocial adjustment Parenting processes Self-esteem Negative body-image AdolescentsOmoponle, A. (2023). Social Adjustment, a Necessity among Students with Negative Body-Image: The Roles of Parenting Processes and Self Esteem. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(3), 62-80. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.20
JCVE2023Lesson-study through Creating Videos by Twinned Teachers: Improving Grade 11 Performance on Rectangular and Cylindrical PrismsLesson study created videos mathematics education twinning learner performanceMakgakga, T. (2023). Lesson-study through Creating Videos by Twinned Teachers: Improving Grade 11 Performance on Rectangular and Cylindrical Prisms. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(3), 81-96. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.21
JCVE2023Towards In-Service Training for Male Teachers: Muhammad Ali and Teacher MasculinityMale teachers teacher masculinity Muhammad Ali themes for professional development appreciationPretorius, J., & Rabaza, M. (2023). Towards In-Service Training for Male Teachers: Muhammad Ali and Teacher Masculinity. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(3), 97-114. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.22
JCVE2023Touching a Lion: Collaborative Agenda of Decolonizing Professoriate and Doctoral Status for Transformation in Higher Education: Collaborative agenda of decolonising title statusCollaborative decolonize doctoral status professoriate statusGcelu, N., & Marongwe, N. (2023). Touching a Lion: Collaborative Agenda of Decolonizing Professoriate and Doctoral Status for Transformation in Higher Education. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(3), 115-124. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.23
JCSR2023Cognitive Justice and the Effective Use of the Principles of Good Teaching at Grade 10 AccountingCognitive Justice Principles of Good Teaching Critical Accounting Research Participatory Action Research methodMahlomaholo, M. (2023). Cognitive Justice and the Effective Use of the Principles of Good Teaching at Grade 10 Accounting. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(3), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.19
JCSR2023Managing Change in the Teaching and Learning of Geography in South African FET Classroomsmanaging; transformation; Geography; learner-centred; teaching and learning;Nhlumayo, B., & Mofokeng, M. (2023). Managing Change in the Teaching and Learning of Geography in South African FET Classrooms. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(3), 16-28. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.28
JCSR2023Teachers’ Experiences of Teaching the Financial Literacy Component to Enhance Learner Performance in Economic and Management SciencesAssessment content knowledge financial literacy performance professional developmentSentsho, T., & Mudau, P. (2023). Teachers’ Experiences of Teaching the Financial Literacy Component to Enhance Learner Performance in Economic and Management Sciences. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(3), 29-43. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.29
JCSR2023Teacher Self-Efficacy and Learner Assessment: A Perspective from Literature on South African Indigenous Languages in the Foundation Phaseassessment Foundation Phase indigenous languages learner assessment self-efficacyMakeleni, S., Mutongoza, B., Linake, M., & Ndu, O. (2023). Teacher Self-Efficacy and Learner Assessment: A Perspective from Literature on South African Indigenous Languages in the Foundation Phase. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(3), 44-64. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.30
JCSR2023Pedagogical Implications on Curriculum Support for Learner Progression: Policy Promises and OutcomesCurriculum support implementation pedagogical implications progression policyMogale, M. (2023). Pedagogical Implications on Curriculum Support for Learner Progression. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(3), 65-79. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.31
JCSR2023The Journey Continues: Mathematics Curriculum Analysis from the Official Curriculum to the Intended CurriculumComparative study geometry mathematics curriculum as story van Hiele levelsZhou, L., Lo, J.-J., & Liu, J. (2023). The Journey Continues: Mathematics Curriculum Analysis from the Official Curriculum to the Intended Curriculum. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(3), 80-95. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.32
TPICD2023Nothing has changed on the Mainstreaming Front: Classroom Teachers and Individualized Education Program (IEP)Mainstreaming Individualized Education Program (IEP) Classroom teachers Special educationÇakmak, M., Tutuk, T., & Yýlmaz, Y. (2023). Nothing has changed on the Mainstreaming Front: Classroom Teachers and Individualized Education Program (IEP). Theory and Practice in Child Development, 3(2), 1–14. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2023.9
TPICD2023Together but Alone: Belonging at Return back to School in the Post-CrisisBelonging post-crisis preschool children phenomenological approachYaðan, S., Aydos, E. H., Aydýn, E., & Düzyol Türk, E. (2023). Together but Alone: Belonging at Return back to School in the Post-Crisis. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 3(2), 15–36. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2023.10
TPICD2023Using Storigami as an Instructional Technique: Preschool Teachers’ PerceptionsStorigami instructional technique preschool education teachers’ perceptionsTanju Aslýþen, E. H., & Sönmez, G. (2023). Using Storigami as an Instructional Technique: Preschool Teachers’ Perceptions. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 3(2), 37–51. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2023.11
TPICD2023Perceptions of Families on ICT Use of Pre-School Children in TurkeyPreschool children parent ICTGündoðdu, S. (2023). Perceptions of Families on ICT Use of Pre-School Children in Turkey. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 3(2), 52–70. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2023.12
TPICD2023Examining the Criteria for Preferring Illustrated Children's Books by Parents with 0-3 Years-old ChildrenChildren children, parents 0-3 year-old book preference criteriaTanju Aslýþen, E. H., & Hakkoymaz, S. (2023). Examining the Criteria for Preferring Illustrated Children’s Books by Parents with 0-3 Years-old Children. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 3(2), 71–97. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2023.13
REPAM0Unpacking Continuous Assessment: Teacher Knowledge and Attitudes in Zimbabwe Rural Secondary SchoolsKnowledge attitudes continuous assessment secondary schools implementationMakuvire, C., Mufanechiya, A., & Dube, B. (2023). Unpacking Continuous Assessment: Teacher Knowledge and Attitudes in Zimbabwe Rural Secondary Schools. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(2), 207-225. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.17
Ressat2023Implications of Career Choice of Undergraduates on their Employability Prospects in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR)Career choice Undergraduates Employability Fourth Industrial RevolutionFasanmi, S. (2023). Implications of Career Choice of Undergraduates on their Employability Prospects in the Fourth Industrial Revolution (4IR). Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 1-13. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.30
Ressat2023Conceptualisation and Contextualisation of Mixed-Methods Research: A ReviewMixed-method Philosophical perspectives Research design Research methodology Research onion Research approach Type of researchAramide, K., Jacob, U., & Pillay, J. (2023). Conceptualisation and Contextualisation of Mixed-Methods Research: A Review. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 14-36. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.31
Ressat2023Intra and Inter-Local Item Dependence of Mathematics ItemsLocal Item Dependence Local Item Independence Yen Q3 Statistic Mathematics items Item Response TheoryOpesemowo, O. (2023). Intra and Inter-Local Item Dependence of Mathematics Items. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 37-55. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.32
Ressat2023Analysis of difficult concepts in Senior Phase Mathematics baseline assessments: First-year student teachers’ reflectionsFirst-year student teachers’ reflection baseline assessment mathematics concepts easy and difficult conceptsAdelabu, F., & Alex, J. (2023). Analysis of difficult concepts in Senior Phase Mathematics baseline assessments: First-year student teachers’ reflections. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 56-75. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.20
Ressat2023Utilizing Blended Learning to Mitigate the Challenges Brought by Natural Disasters in South African SchoolsBlended learning curriculum recovery student performance intrinsic challenges extrinsic challengesRamulumo, M., & Mohapi, S. (2023). Utilizing Blended Learning to Mitigate the Challenges Brought by Natural Disasters in South African Schools. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 76-93. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.33
Ressat2023An Exploration of Grade 12 Learners’ Misconceptions on Solving Calculus Problem: A Case of LimitsDifferential calculus extrinsic concepts Grade 12 intrinsic concepts misconceptionsJameson, G., Machaba, M., & Matabane, M. (2023). An Exploration of Grade 12 Learners’ Misconceptions on Solving Calculus Problem: A Case of Limits. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 94-124. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.34
Ressat2023Teachers’ Perspectives on the Efficacy of Oral Presentation Tasks toward Promoted Linguistic AcquisitionOral presentation teaching and learning language developmentMakena, B., & Feni, V. L. (2023). Teachers’ Perspectives on the Efficacy of Oral Presentation Tasks toward Promoted Linguistic Acquisition. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 125-134. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.36
Ressat2023Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Automation in the World of Work: A Threat to Employees?Automation skills development technology employmentMabungela, M. (2023). Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Automation in the World of Work: A Threat to Employees?. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 135-146. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.37
Ressat2023Factors Influencing Intention and Behaviour of Agricultural Extension Staff Concerting Post-Covid-19 Digital Technical Guidance: A Study in Yogyakarta, IndonesiaDigital guidance behaviour dissemination extension agriculture staffKaliky, R., Juniarti, H., & Kusumawati, S. (2023). Factors Influencing Intention and Behaviour of Agricultural Extension Staff Concerting Post-Covid-19 Digital Technical Guidance: A Study in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 147-171. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.35
Ressat2023The Fall of the Republic Government in Afghanistan and the Current Taliban Rule: A Survey of Public AttitudesPolitical legitimacy administrative corruption ethnic domination poverty ethnic policy political crisis and women's constraintsAhmadi, R., & HÝKMAT, C. A. (2023). The Fall of the Republic Government in Afghanistan and the Current Taliban Rule: A Survey of Public Attitudes. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 172-195. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.38
Ressat2023The Perception of ChatGPT among Educators: Preliminary FindingsChatGPT artificial intelligence educators thematic analysisOgurlu, U., & Mossholder, J. (2023). The Perception of ChatGPT among Educators: Preliminary Findings. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 196-215. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.39
Ressat2023Sustainable Lessons Learnt from the Attitudes of Language Instructors toward Computer-Assisted Language Teachinglanguage instructors attitudes sustainable lessons Computer Assisted Language TeachingAdedokun, T., Zulu, S., Awung, F., & Usadolo, S. (2023). Sustainable Lessons Learnt from the Attitudes of Language Instructors toward Computer-Assisted Language Teaching. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 216-236. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.40
Ressat2023Parental Involvement and Academic Achievement: Voices of Role-Players in Secondary Schools in Mpumalanga, South AfricaParental involvement parents academic achievement learners secondary schoolsNdwandwe, N. (2023). Parental Involvement and Academic Achievement: Voices of Role-Players in Secondary Schools in Mpumalanga, South Africa. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 237-256. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.41
Ressat2023Exploring Accounting Teachers’ Effective Implementation of Assessment for Learning in the ClassroomAccounting assessment for learning assessment literacy feedback pedagogical content knowledge subject content knowledgeMotsoeneng, T., & Moreeng, B. (2023). Exploring Accounting Teachers’ Effective Implementation of Assessment for Learning in the Classroom. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 257-282. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.42
Ressat2023Pondering Collaborative School Board Roles in Alleviating Dropout among Learners with Physical Disabilities in SchoolsChildren with physical disabilities collaboration dropout rate mainstream schools school boardsMonyane, M., & Kgothule, R. (2023). Pondering Collaborative School Board Roles in Alleviating Dropout among Learners with Physical Disabilities in Schools. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 283-300. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.43
Ressat2023Eradicating a Culture of Public Mistrust in TVET College Education in South Africa: A Manifesto for the Sector’s Sustainability Ahead of 4IRFourth industrial revolution manifesto public mistrust sustainable development technical and vocational education and trainingNkambule, B., & Ngubane, S. A. (2023). Eradicating a Culture of Public Mistrust in TVET College Education in South Africa: A Manifesto for the Sector’s Sustainability Ahead of 4IR. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 301-329. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.44
Ressat2023Understanding Curriculum Transformations Towards the Creation of Sustainable Learning Environments: A Posthumanist ReflectionCurriculum Transformations; Sustainable Learning Environments; PosthumanismMakeresemese, M., & Mahlomaholo, M. (2023). Understanding Curriculum Transformations Towards the Creation of Sustainable Learning Environments: A Posthumanist Reflection. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 330-344. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.45
Ressat2023An Investigation on Factors Affecting the Teaching of Practical Assessment Tasks in the Senior Phase Technology ClassroomsClassroom practices cognitive factors affecting teaching practical assessment tasks practical workBlose, P., & Ndlovu, E. (2023). An Investigation on Factors Affecting the Teaching of Practical Assessment Tasks in the Senior Phase Technology Classrooms. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 345-359. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.46
Ressat2023Students’ Perceptions of the Digital Access Centres at the University of South AfricaTelecentre open distance learning digital access centres student supportTefo, R., & Pitsoane, E. (2023). Students’ Perceptions of the Digital Access Centres at the University of South Africa. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(4), 360-371. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.47
REPAM2023The Role of School Leaders in Developing Teams: Sources and Triggers in School Health PromotionSchool leadership roles Sources of team learning health policy triggers of team learning team leadershipMtimkulu, M., & Kwatubana, S. (2023). The Role of School Leaders in Developing Teams: Sources and Triggers in School Health Promotion. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(2), 226-244. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.23
REPAM2023Exploring Challenges Hindering Teachers’ Implementation of Classroom Management Strategies in Gauteng High Schools, South AfricaClassroom management management strategies High Schools challenges solutionsMamaile, D., & Omodan, B. (2023). Exploring Challenges Hindering Teachers’ Implementation of Classroom Management Strategies in Gauteng High Schools, South Africa. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(2), 245-262. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.22
REPAM2023The multidimensional role of the principal in post-apartheid-South-Africamultidimensional role Standards for Principalship multifaceted role schools principals post-apartheid South AfricaPietersen, D., Langeveldt, D., & Van Wyk, A. (2023). The multidimensional role of the principal in post-apartheid-South-Africa. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(2), 263-274. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.30
REPAM2023Enhancing the Support System by the Department of Education to Teachers in Rural Setting of South Africadepartment of education support leadership resources teachersDiba, C., Modise, A., & Kimanzi, M. (2023). Enhancing the Support System by the Department of Education to Teachers in Rural Setting of South Africa. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(2), 275-288. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.31
REPAM2023Foundation Phase Educators’ Views on the Management of Professional Development in Historically Disadvantaged SchoolsFoundation phase education foundation phase educators teacher professional development heads of departments school management teams historically disadvantaged schoolsMashiane-Nkabinde, B., Nkambule, B., & Ngubane, S. (2023). Foundation Phase Educators’ Views on the Management of Professional Development in Historically Disadvantaged Schools. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(2), 289-311. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.32
REPAM2023Dilemma of School Management Teams in Balancing Discipline and Multiple Deprivations among Learners through Integrated Management ApproachAbolition; disciplinary committee; corporal punishment; school management team; social contextKhanyile, H., & Mpuangnan, K. N. (2023). Dilemma of School Management Teams in Balancing Discipline and Multiple Deprivations among Learners through Integrated Management Approach. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(2), 312-327. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.33
REPAM2023Constructing a Social Justice Curriculum Policy in the 21st Centurycurriculum policy curriculum curricular and instructional policies educational policies and social change social justiceMoloi, T., Matabane, M., Simuja, C., Seo, B.-I., & Tarman, B. (2023). Constructing a Social Justice Curriculum Policy in the 21st Century. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(3), i-iv. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.36
REPAM2023Entrepreneurial Learning: Creating Value towards Social JusticeEconomic equality entrepreneurial learning entrepreneurship education South African school curriculum value creationDu Toit, A. (2023). Entrepreneurial Learning: Creating Value towards Social Justice. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(3), 1-19. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.18
REPAM2023Exploring School Improvement Opportunities through Distributed Leadership Practices for Science and Mathematics in South African Schoolsdistributed leadership practices school improvement science and mathematics South African schoolsTsakeni, M., Munje, P., & Jita, L. (2023). Exploring School Improvement Opportunities through Distributed Leadership Practices for Science and Mathematics in South African Schools. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(3), 20-40. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.19
REPAM2023Exploring High School Mathematics Teachers’ Experiences of Professional Development in the Integration of GeoGebraInformation communication integration GeoGebra professional development mathematics technologyMokotjo, L. (2023). Exploring High School Mathematics Teachers’ Experiences of Professional Development in the Integration of GeoGebra. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(3), 41-57. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.20
REPAM2023“I Mainly Rely on the Textbook:” A Call for Teacher Enhancement in Agricultural Sciencesagricultural sciences participatory action research continuous professional teacher development curriculum and policy assessment policy statementBaas, N., & Tsotetsi, C. (2023). “I Mainly Rely on the Textbook:” A Call for Teacher Enhancement in Agricultural Sciences. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(3), 58-74. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.21
REPAM2023Grade 11 Learners' Ability to Formulate Mathematics and Mathematical Literacy Questions within a Real-World Soccer Context in Tshwane, South Africamathematics learners mathematical literacy learners soccer context problem formulationSibanda, J. (2023). Grade 11 Learners’ Ability to Formulate Mathematics and Mathematical Literacy Questions within a Real-World Soccer Context in Tshwane, South Africa. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(3), 75-94. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.24
REPAM2023South African Legal Framework to Prepare Pre-Service Teacher Education Programmes: A Freirean ApproachTeacher pre-service education critical pedagogy Paulo Freire South Africa legal frameworks education policiesLangeveldt, D., Pietersen, D., & van Wyk, A. (2023). South African Legal Framework to Prepare Pre-Service Teacher Education Programmes: A Freirean Approach. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(3), 95-107. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.25
REPAM2023Exploring Social Justice Issues That Inform the 21st-Century Curriculum in Higher Education: Lecturers’ Voices and ExperiencesSocial justice 21st century curriculum Higher education Decolonisation epistemologiesMapuya, M. (2023). Exploring Social Justice Issues That Inform the 21st-Century Curriculum in Higher Education: Lecturers’ Voices and Experiences. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(3), 108-127. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.26
REPAM2023Debunking Critical Theory’s ‘Indoctrination’ Charge: Provisional Notes on Critical Diversity Literacy Pedagogycritical thinking pedagogy indoctrination critical diversity studies teaching learning social justiceSteyn, M., & Vanyoro, K. (2023). Debunking Critical Theory’s ‘Indoctrination’ Charge: Provisional Notes on Critical Diversity Literacy Pedagogy. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(3), 128-144. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.27
REPAM2023Curriculum Reform for Social Justice: A Critical Policy Historiography of Transformation in Lesotho, Zimbabwe and South Africacritical policy curriculum reform historiography policy genealogy post-colonial states social justiceChimbi, G., & Jita, L. (2023). Curriculum Reform for Social Justice: A Critical Policy Historiography of Transformation in Lesotho, Zimbabwe and South Africa. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(3), 145-164. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.28
REPAM2023Enhancing Academic Development: A reflexive exploration of Staff and Students’ Experiences on curriculum co-creationAcademic development Co-creation Curriculum Decolonisation Scholarship of Teaching and LearningSebolao, R. (2023). Enhancing Academic Development: A reflexive exploration of Staff and Students’ Experiences on curriculum co-creation. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(3), 165-179. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.29
REPAM2023Leadership Practices to Mitigate Violence and Promote Social Justice in South African SchoolsTeachers schools in loco parentis principals school violence restorative justicevan wyk, A. (2023). Leadership Practices to Mitigate Violence and Promote Social Justice in South African Schools. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(3), 180-194. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.34
REPAM2023The Effect of Batho Pele Principles on Mediating Internally and Externally Directed Knowledge-sharing Practices in Public SchoolsKnowledge sharing externally directed knowledge sharing internally directed knowledge sharing Batho Pele public schoolsNkambule, B., & Ngubane, S. (2023). The Effect of Batho Pele Principles on Mediating Internally and Externally Directed Knowledge-sharing Practices in Public Schools. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 5(3), 195-217. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2023.35
TPICD2023Predictor Role of Parental Neglect On Socio-Emotional And Moral Development And Behavioral Problems In Children0Beyazýt, U., Yýldýz Akkuþ, S., & Bütün Ayhan, A. (2023). Predictor Role of Parental Neglect On Socio-Emotional And Moral Development And Behavioral Problems In Children. Theory and Practice in Child Development, 3(2), 98–118. https://doi.org/10.46303/tpicd.2023.14
JCSR2023Exploring the Interdisciplinary Relationship between Music and Language for Enhanced Bilingual CurriculumInterdisciplinary approach music competency linguistic ability bilingual instruction cross-domain curricular designWu, W.-C., Yang, C.-H., & Turner, M. (2023). Exploring the Interdisciplinary Relationship between Music and Language for Enhanced Bilingual Curriculum. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(3), 96-112. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.33
JCSR2023Thinking ‘out of the box’ When Designing Formative Assessment Activities for the E-Portfolioassessment e-assessment formative assessment learning outcomes e-portfolioMajola, X. (2023). Thinking ‘out of the box’ When Designing Formative Assessment Activities for the E-Portfolio. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(3), 113-130. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.34
JCSR2023Integrating African Indigenous Education in the Curriculum: A Learning Curve for South AfricaIndigenous education Western education skills knowledge realities curriculumKugara, S., & Mdhluli, T. (2023). Integrating African Indigenous Education in the Curriculum: A Learning Curve for South Africa. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 5(3), 131-143. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2023.35
JCVE2023Determinants of Youth Unemployment among TVET College Graduates in the Vhembe DistrictDeterminants economic participation graduates young people unemployment TVET collegeChauke, T. (2023). Determinants of Youth Unemployment among TVET College Graduates in the Vhembe District. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(3), 125-143. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.24
JCVE2023Transitioning from High School to University: Lived Experiences of Black First-Year StudentsLived experience black students Ecological Systems Theory student agency narrative approachNunes, K., & Matete, K. (2023). Transitioning from High School to University: Lived Experiences of Black First-Year Students. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(3), 144-162. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.25
JCVE2023Techno-Rationalism and Higher Educational Law: Examining Legal Frameworks in Southern African Universities from a Freirean Critical Pedagogy PerspectiveTechnology Rationalism South African Universities Education Law Social Justice Critical Pedagogy Equity PhilosophyPietersen, D., Langeveldt, D., & Van Wyk, A. (2023). Techno-Rationalism and Higher Educational Law: Examining Legal Frameworks in Southern African Universities from a Freirean Critical Pedagogy Perspective. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(3), 163-178. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.26
JCVE2023Re-imagining First-Year University Students’ Reading Culture: A Collaborative Transformative Leadership PerspectiveUniversity first-year students reading culture transformative leadership central university of technologyAmaechi, C., & Motalenyane, A. (2023). Re-imagining First-Year University Students’ Reading Culture: A Collaborative Transformative Leadership Perspective. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(3), 179-193. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.27
JCVE2023A Model for Developing Critical Thinking Skills in Teaching History: Lessons from ZimbabweCritical thinking skills transformative-interactive model teaching history sustainable developmentChimbunde, P., Moreeng, B., & Chawira, M. (2023). A Model for Developing Critical Thinking Skills in Teaching History: Lessons from Zimbabwe. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(3), 194-212. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.28
JCVE2023Probing Learners’ Attributes That Facilitate Effective Mathematics Teaching and Learning at the Rural Secondary School Leveleffective learning learner autonomy learner outcomes secondary school learner attributes. effeffective mathematics teachingPule, K. (2023). Probing Learners’ Attributes That Facilitate Effective Mathematics Teaching and Learning at the Rural Secondary School Level. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(3), 213-227. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.29
JCVE2023Naming for Sustainability: Interrogating the Efficacy and Sustainability of COVID-19 Metaphor and NomenclatureCOVID-19 lexical innovation metaphor naming sustainability vocabularySibanda, J. (2023). Naming for Sustainability: Interrogating the Efficacy and Sustainability of COVID-19 Metaphor and Nomenclature. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(3), 228-245. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.30
JCVE2023Fraud Diamond Theory’s Perspectives of Principled Leadership in Organisational Transactional Relationships: Imaginary, Symbolic and Real GiftsEducation monogamous relationships public policy unwanted pregnancies fundamental valuesMahlangu, V. (2023). Fraud Diamond Theory’s Perspectives of Principled Leadership in Organisational Transactional Relationships: Imaginary, Symbolic and Real Gifts. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 6(3), 246-262. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2023.31
JSSER2023Predictors of knowledge about Women's History: Reliability and results of the Women in History (MH) scale for future Spanish teachershistorical education; gender; women's history; future teachers; higher education.*
JSSER2023Mothers’ Perception of Social Participation and Its Reflection on Their ChildrenCommunity service; mother; political literacy; social participation*
JSSER2023Gender Equality in Education: Relationship Between Communication Patterns and Women’s Attitudes Toward Higher EducationBetawi ethnic family; communication pattern; gender equality; higher education*
JSSER2023Exploring Expertise Criteria of University AcademicsAcademics; community service; expertise; research; teaching*
JSSER2023Political Communication Strategies of Islamist Parties as Educational Platforms for PKS Women PoliticiansPKS; political communication; political parties; political education; women politicians*
JSSER2023The Successful Transition to University: Socioeconomic and Personal Determinants ?Affecting First-Year UndergraduatesDisadvantaged students; first-?year students; successful transition to college; socioeconomic status*
JSSER2023What can We Provide for Future Generations? Digitalization, Income, and HealthDigitalization; health; income; social life; welfare*
JSSER2023Transformation of Education System of the Pesantren in Indonesia from the Dutch Colony to Democratic EraIslamic boarding school; learning; transforming education*
JSSER2023The Decentralization and Leadership on Lecturer Academic Performance in Higher EducationAcademic environment; academic self-efficacy; academic performance; satisfaction of academic policy*
JSSER2023The Attitudes of Arab Youth towards the Russian-Ukrainian CrisisMiddle East; public opinions; attitudes; Russia; Ukraine; Russia-Ukraine conflict*
JSSER2023Policy Analysis on the Implementation Curriculum Management in Labour WorkforceCurriculum; evaluation; implementation; independent learning; obstacles*
JSSER2023The Alignment of University Educational Programs with the Professional Standards of the IT IndustryAssessment of qualifications; educational programs; professional qualifications; professional skills; professional standards*
JSSER2023Digital Literacy-Based Multicultural Education through Civic Education in Indonesian Junior High SchoolsCivic education; digital literacy; diversity; inclusivity; multicultural education*
JSSER2023Research Support and Industry Participation to Increase the Global Competence in Higher EducationGraduate quality; industry participation; MBKM; research support*
JSSER2023Students’ Linguocultural Competence: Insights from Internationalization at HomeCOIL; foreign language teaching; internationalization; internationalization at-home; linguocultural competence*
JSSER2023Need Analysis of Character Education-Based Local History Learning ResourcesCharacter education; learning resources; local history; needs analysis*
Ressat2023Examining the Relationship between Life Satisfaction and the Happiness-increasing Strategies used by Mothers for their Children Child; Happiness; Life satisfactionTarman, İlknur, & Eminanc, C. (2023). Examining the Relationship between Life Satisfaction and the Happiness-increasing Strategies used by Mothers for their Children. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 8(3), 196-213. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2023.29
Ressat2024Enhancing Student Learning Through #DigitalPowerups, “Pushed me to be Creative”: Student Discussions in Environmental Sociology CourseStudent Engagement Environmental Sociology digitalpowerupsSoyer, M., Yigit, M., Ziyanak, S., Kasu, B., Thurston, T., & Suggs, J. (2024). Enhancing Student Learning Through #DigitalPowerups, “Pushed me to be Creative”: Student Discussions in Environmental Sociology Course. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 1-30. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.3
Ressat2024Applying Problem Solving Approach in Teaching Addition and Subtraction Word Problems in Diverse Grade 3 Classroomsaddition diversity problem solving approach learner performance subtraction word problemsSambo, T., & Makgakga, T. (2024). Applying Problem Solving Approach in Teaching Addition and Subtraction Word Problems in Diverse Grade 3 Classrooms. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 31-46. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.1
Ressat2024Mathematics Education Lecturers’ Experiences of a Virtual Writing Retreat and its Impact on Publication OutputWriting retreat Community of Practice Publication output Collaborative autoethnography Higher educationMbhiza, H. (2024). Mathematics Education Lecturers’ Experiences of a Virtual Writing Retreat and its Impact on Publication Output. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 47-62. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.2
Ressat2024Introducing a Supportive Framework to Address Students’ Misconceptions and Difficulties in the Learning Mathematical Proof Techniques: A Case of Debark University in EthiopiaLearning difficulties learning misconceptions mathematical proof mathematical proof techniques supportive frameworkBelay, A., Machaba, F., & Makgakga, T. P. (2024). Introducing a Supportive Framework to Address Students’ Misconceptions and Difficulties in the Learning Mathematical Proof Techniques: A Case of Debark University in Ethiopia. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 63-84. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.4
Ressat2024The impact of school closures on learners’ mental health in the context of COVID-19 in the City of Cape TownCOVID-19 closures of schools learners mental health schoolsChauke, T., & Obadire, O. (2024). The impact of school closures on learners’ mental health in the context of COVID-19 in the City of Cape Town. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 85-101. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.5
Ressat2024Exploring the Impact of E-Learning Strategies on Enhancing Workplace English Competence at an Open Distance E-Learning (ODeL) University in South AfricaE-learning strategies English competence first-year students TPACK theory workplace EnglishMaphoto, K., & Suliman, Z. (2024). Exploring the Impact of E-Learning Strategies on Enhancing Workplace English Competence at an Open Distance E-Learning (ODeL) University in South Africa. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 102-123. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.6
Ressat2024The Challenges Entry-Level Mathematics Teachers Face in Conducting Blended TeachingBlended teaching COVID-19 teachers entry-level mathematics teachers online teachingPule, G., & Raxangana, L. (2024). The Challenges Entry-Level Mathematics Teachers Face in Conducting Blended Teaching. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 124-140. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.7
Ressat2024Chronicling the Experiences of Mathematics Learners and Teachers on the Usage of Guided Discovery Learning (GDL) in Enhancing Learners’ Academic PerformanceGuided Discovery Learning Learning, Mathematics Performance Strategy Department of EducationMabhoza, Z., & Olawale, B. (2024). Chronicling the Experiences of Mathematics Learners and Teachers on the Usage of Guided Discovery Learning (GDL) in Enhancing Learners’ Academic Performance. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 141-155. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.8
Ressat2024Data-Driven Insights: A Decade of Sol Plaatje University's Research Journey and DevelopmentData-Driven , Sol Plaatje University Research nicheMosia, M. (2024). Data-Driven Insights: A Decade of Sol Plaatje University’s Research Journey and Development. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 156-170. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.9
Ressat2024Rural primary school principals’ leadership strategies for ICT integrationleadership strategies ICT integration teaching and learning learning-centred leadershipNhlumayo, B. (2024). Rural primary school principals’ leadership strategies for ICT integration. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 171-184. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.10
Ressat2024Using a Blended Learning Approach to Encourage Course Interaction in a First-Year Business Communication ModuleBlended learning business communication course interaction student engagement higher learningMdletye, Z., & Usadolo, S. (2024). Using a Blended Learning Approach to Encourage Course Interaction in a First-Year Business Communication Module. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 185-212. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.11
Ressat2024The Impact of ICT Adoption in Enhancing Teaching and Learning in Primary Schools of Amathole East District, Eastern CapeICT adoption primary schools infrastructure learning outcomes teacher training digital divideMapisa, B., & Makena, B. (2024). The Impact of ICT Adoption in Enhancing Teaching and Learning in Primary Schools of Amathole East District, Eastern Cape. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 213-231. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.12
Ressat2024ICT Integration in a Multigrade Context: Exploring Primary School Teachers Experiences: Exploring primary school teachers experiences.Teaching context support technical infrastructure time trainingTaole, M. (2024). ICT Integration in a Multigrade Context: Exploring Primary School Teachers Experiences. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 232-252. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.13
Ressat2024Exploring Ubuntu Philosophy as a Foundation for Holistic School Social Work in South Africaschool social work cultural competence holistic well-being South African education Ubuntu philosophyBoboyi, A. (2024). Exploring Ubuntu Philosophy as a Foundation for Holistic School Social Work in South Africa. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 253-264. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.14
Ressat2024Digital Technologies for Mathematics Learning in Rural Higher Education: Students’ PerspectivesDigital technologies mathematics students higher education digital literacyGqoli, N. (2024). Digital Technologies for Mathematics Learning in Rural Higher Education: Students’ Perspectives. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 265-278. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.15
Ressat2024Queer Affirmative Practice in Africa: A Social Work Practice Model for Working with LGBTQIA+ PeopleLGBTQIA monosexism heterosexism queer social workKasa, L. (2024). Queer Affirmative Practice in Africa: A Social Work Practice Model for Working with LGBTQIA+ People. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 279-290. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.16
Ressat2024Accelerating Graduate Employability through Work-Integrated LearningWork integrated learning learning graduate employability skillsMabungela, M., & Mtiki, V. (2024). Accelerating Graduate Employability through Work-Integrated Learning. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 291-304. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.17
Ressat2024Effects of Digital Story-telling on Motivation, Critical Thinking, and Academic Achievement in Secondary School English LearnersQuasi-experimental design digital story-telling academic success critical thinking learning motivation technology-integrated education Palestinian cultureTamimi, M. (2024). Effects of Digital Story-telling on Motivation, Critical Thinking, and Academic Achievement in Secondary School English Learners. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 305-328. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.18
Ressat2024The Content Analysis of the Lesson Plans Created by ChatGPT and Google Geminichatbots ChatGPT Generative Artificial Intelligence lesson plans GeminiBaytak, A. (2024). The Content Analysis of the Lesson Plans Created by ChatGPT and Google Gemini. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 329-350. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.19
Ressat2024Skills Learnt in Youth Work Practice Necessary for the Digital age: A Qualitative Study of NEET YouthDigital age NEET youth youth work practice youth workers skillsChauke, T. (2024). Skills Learnt in Youth Work Practice Necessary for the Digital age: A Qualitative Study of NEET Youth. Research in Social Sciences and Technology, 9(1), 351-368. https://doi.org/10.46303/ressat.2024.20
REPAM2024The Effects of Workplace Discrimination on Women in Education Leadership: A Case of Waterberg District in Limpopo ProvinceWorkplace prejudice Women in leadership schools circuits districtsMadela, S., Sepeng, P., & Ngobeni, E. (2024). The Effects of Workplace Discrimination on Women in Education Leadership: A Case of Waterberg District in Limpopo Province. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 6(1), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2024.1
REPAM2024Implementation of School Safety Policy in Primary and Secondary SchoolsSchool safety quintile 1 to 5 schools partial implementation communication stakeholdersMasekela, N., Ngobeni, E., & Sepeng, P. (2024). Implementation of School Safety Policy in Primary and Secondary Schools. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 6(1), 11-31. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2024.2
REPAM2024Unblocking the System to Strengthen Implementation of Early Childhood Development Policies and Practice in South AfricaEarly childhood care and education early childhood development policy implementation quality education strengtheningMatjokana, T., & Bipath, K. (2024). Unblocking the System to Strengthen Implementation of Early Childhood Development Policies and Practice in South Africa. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 6(1), 32-51. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2024.3
REPAM2024Contextual Factors Obstructing the Effective Implementation of the Curriculum and Assessment Policy in the Lesotho Education SectorLesotho education policy implementation context corruption HIV/AIDS policy gap political instability povertyRakolobe, K., & Teise, K. (2024). Contextual Factors Obstructing the Effective Implementation of the Curriculum and Assessment Policy in the Lesotho Education Sector. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 6(1), 52-71. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2024.4
REPAM2024Initial Teacher Education for Social Justice in South Africa: A Higher Education Policy PerspectiveHigher Education policy pre-service teachers initial teacher education social justice South AfricaBarnett, E., & Teise, K. (2024). Initial Teacher Education for Social Justice in South Africa: A Higher Education Policy Perspective. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 6(1), 72-89. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2024.5
REPAM2024Instructional Leadership Challenges in Rural Multigrade SchoolsMultigrade instructional leadership staffing rural schools teamwork parental involvement principalsTaole, M., Mudau, P., Majola, X., & Mukhati, F. (2024). Instructional Leadership Challenges in Rural Multigrade Schools. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 6(1), 102-122. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2024.8
REPAM2024Educators in Transition: A Case Study on the Challenges and Adaptations during Rationalisation and RedeploymentAdaptations challenges educatorsRapeta, J. (2024). Educators in Transition: A Case Study on the Challenges and Adaptations during Rationalisation and Redeployment. Research in Educational Policy and Management, 6(1), 123-137. https://doi.org/10.46303/repam.2024.9
JCSR2024The Relationships between Pedagogical and Technological Competence and Digital Literacy Level of TeachersPedagogical competence technological competence digital literacy primary school teachersOrakova, A., Nametkulova, F., Issayeva, G., Mukhambetzhanova, S., Galimzhanova, M., & Rezuanova, G. (2024). The Relationships between Pedagogical and Technological Competence and Digital Literacy Level of Teachers. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 6(1), 1-21. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2024.2
JCSR2024Economics Teachers' Integration of ICT for Enhanced Economics Curriculum ImplementationInformation and communication technology (ICT) curriculum implementation ICT integration economics education mediated learning experience (MLE)Manzi, W., & Moreeng, B. (2024). Economics Teachers’ Integration of ICT for Enhanced Economics Curriculum Implementation. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 6(1), 22-43. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2024.3
JCSR2024Postgraduate Students’ Perceptions on the Benefits Associated with Artificial Intelligence Tools on Academic Success: In Case of ChatGPT AI toolArtificial Intelligence Academic success benefits ChatGPT South Africa’s historically disadvantaged universities.Chauke, T., Mkhize, T., Methi, L., & Dlamini, N. (2024). Postgraduate Students’ Perceptions on the Benefits Associated with Artificial Intelligence Tools on Academic Success: In Case of ChatGPT AI tool. Journal Of Curriculum Studies Research, 6(1), 44-59. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcsr.2024.4
JCVE2024Navigating the Academic Odyssey: Exploring the Role of Supervisors in Supporting Postgraduate Studentssupervision supervisor postgraduate students support mentoring postgraduate journey researchAdedokun, T., & Oyetunde-Joshua, F. (2024). Navigating the Academic Odyssey: Exploring the Role of Supervisors in Supporting Postgraduate Students. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 7(1), 1-18. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2024.1
JCVE2024Chronicling the Experiences of Life Sciences Teachers and Learners on the Usage of Enquiry-Based Learning in Enhancing Learners’ Academic Performancecurriculum inquiry-based learning method performance scienceSiphukhanyo, L., & Olawale, B. (2024). Chronicling the Experiences of Life Sciences Teachers and Learners on the Usage of Enquiry-Based Learning in Enhancing Learners’ Academic Performance. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 7(1), 19-36. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2024.2
JCVE2024“I Thought It [University] was the Only Way to Go:” Competent Agents in Pursuit of Possible Paths beyond University WallsUniversity experiences agency immigrant parents Montréal Quebec CanadaSoares, R., Magnan, M.-O., & Liu, Y. (2024). “I Thought It [University] was the Only Way to Go:” Competent Agents in Pursuit of Possible Paths beyond University Walls. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 7(1), 37-55. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2024.3
JCVE2024The Administration of Customary Marriage in the Bakgatla Ba A Mocha Ba Marapyanemarriage custom bogadiMoloele, R. (2024). The Administration of Customary Marriage in the Bakgatla Ba A Mocha Ba Marapyane. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 7(1), 56-71. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2024.4
JCVE2024Data-Driven Insights into Non-Purchasing Behaviours through Latent Dirichlet Allocation: Analysing Study Material Acquisition Among University StudentsData-Driven Non-Purchasing Behaviours Latent Dirichlet Allocation Study MaterialMosia, M. (2024). Data-Driven Insights into Non-Purchasing Behaviours through Latent Dirichlet Allocation: Analysing Study Material Acquisition Among University Students. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 7(1), 72-82. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2024.5
JCVE2024Ubuntugogy as a Viable Pedagogical Construct in African Education: A Literature ReviewUbuntugogy African philosophy pedagogy SWOTMthimkhulu, S. (2024). Ubuntugogy as a Viable Pedagogical Construct in African Education: A Literature Review. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 7(1), 83-98. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2024.6
JCVE2024The Effects of Educators' Mathematics Pedagogical Content Knowledge on The Mentoring of Grade 12 Students Using Problem-Based Learningcontent knowledge mathematical knowledge Mathematics pedagogical content knowledge problem-based learning scaffolding knowledgeBhagwonparsadh, Y., & Pule, K. (2024). The Effects of Educators’ Mathematics Pedagogical Content Knowledge on The Mentoring of Grade 12 Students Using Problem-Based Learning. Journal of Culture and Values in Education, 7(1), 99-117. https://doi.org/10.46303/jcve.2024.7
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