SCIREA Journal of Education (ISSN: 2995-3901)

SCIREA Journal of Education is an international, scientific peer-reviewed open access journal published online by SCIREA.

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Bing Bing Feng
Abstract: In the context of the educationalization of artificial intelligence, the Internet has become an indispensable part of people's lifestyles today, and many educators will apply new technologies to teaching practice and promote changes in educational concepts and teaching modes. Through previous research, this study notes that
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Ruth Dorot, Nitza Davidovitch
Abstract: The current study examines the parental influence on adult children’s choice of career as students. The study explores the different factors and perceptions affecting students’ choice of a future profession, focusing on a comparison between how they perceive their parents’ career and their own choice of career. This topic h
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Liang Yongyi, Tian Xiangbin
Abstract: Comprehensive English is the core course for English majors, which integrates English language, literature and culture into one and highlights the humanistic features. College students not only can learn native English, but also improve their moral and humanistic qualities through the medium of textbooks, so as to develop a
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Yulin Zhao, Ding-Bang Luh
Abstract: The physical health of young people due to insufficient physical activity has attracted the attention of all sectors of Chinese society, which has repeatedly emphasized that ensuring the participation of young people in extracurricular physical activities is the key to promoting their physical health development. In the fur
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Panagiotes Anastasiades, Konstantinos Kotsidis, Christos Synnefakis, Alexia Spanoudaki
Abstract: The emergence of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Greece resulted in the suspension of all schools both in spring (March-May) and in winter (November-December) in 2020. Teachers of all levels of education (165,000), were called upon to respond to the Emergency Remote Teaching needs of students in a short period of time. During the
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Amado Kaboré
Abstract: Since 2016, Burkina Faso has been faced with growing insecurity that is disrupting the state's ability to provide adequate education services. Armed attacks that were initially directed against the security forces are now deliberately targeting schools and those involved in them. Against this backdrop, the need to protect s
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Xin Hu
Abstract: VR has advantages in simulating the real context, and its application in the field of education has attracted increasing attention. This research aims to explore the possibility of combining VR technology with basic English education and its impact on learning interest and effect. The study discusses that VR can be combined
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Maya Shalom, Efrat Luzzatto, Zehavit Gross
Abstract: The Holocaust is regarded as the worst crime against humanity and violation of human rights in modern history. The need to pedagogically present and engage with the heritage of the Holocaust is a complex and emotionally charged challenge that many teachers have to face. It is often referred to as difficult knowledge. This s
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Ana Henriques, Hélia Oliveira, Leonor Santos
Abstract: Mathematical reasoning (MR), highlighted in curricular orientations, is a necessary students’ skill in mathematical learning. As the knowledge to promote this skill is limited and challenging for teachers practices, is required to use adequate design principles in pre-service teacher education to develop PTs mathematical an
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Stavissky Yuliya
Abstract: The current study adopted a model from immigration literature in order to equate the transition of teachers to digital teaching environments to geographical immigration. The study focused on teachers’ hybrid (digital and traditional) identity as digital immigrants during their “immigration” process and examined the role of
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