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Pre-service Science Teachers’ Self-efficacy Beliefs of Teaching in Kenya and the United States of America; USA: A Comparative Study

This study analysed and contrasted science teacher effectiveness views of primary pre-service teachers in Kenya and the United States by surveying 168 Kenyan and 189 US pre-service teachers using a cross-sectional survey research design. Two key inquiries served as the basis for this study: 1. How will pre-service primary teachers from Kenya and the US…
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Development of Concepts and Meanings in Mathematics and Chemistry in Students with Visual Impairment

Prior to their inclusion in Brazilian public schools, we highlight the example of the visually impaired in the teaching and learning process, notably how visual impairment influences the formation of concepts and meanings in Mathematics and Chemistry. We investigated a group of visually impaired students’ meaning formation in experimental classrooms and by modelling in accordance…
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Development of Continuous Improvement Program Assessment Tool (CIPAT) in the Department of Education-SOX Region, Philippines

The research created and approved an evaluation methodology for the Department of Education’s (DepEd) Continuous Improvement (CI) Program in the Philippines’ SOX Region. An recognised school process or service delivery that is connected to access, quality, or governance is the focus of the CI practise, which aims to enhance learning outcomes. Six CI Masters and…
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The Effect on Critical Thinking and Learning Attitude against Students’ Mathematics Achievement Motivation

The goal of this study was to ascertain if critical thinking directly affects students’ learning attitudes. (2) whether critical thinking directly affects students’ willingness to succeed in mathematics, and (3) if learning attitudes directly affect students’ motivation to succeed in mathematics. To determine if there is a causal link between variables, a survey approach using…
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Evaluating Synchronous, Asynchronous, and Hybrid e-teaching and e-learning Tools amidst COVID 19 Pandemic

This study assesses synchronous, asynchronous, and hybrid e-teaching and e-learning techniques in online courses at JH Cerilles State College and Mindanao State University (MSU) (CSC). Online survey questionnaires with Likert and open-ended questions were employed in a mixed quantitative and qualitative approach. According to research, the majority of students at JH-CSC and MSU, who both…
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Exploring Effective Feature Quantities for Machine Learning to Predict Developmental Degree of Musical Expression in Early Childhood: A Recent Study

In order to create an evaluation model based on those feature quantities, this study aims to identify the developmental features of musical expression in young children from the perspective of changing body movement aspects. In this study, the author examined brand-new feature amounts for machine learning classification and discriminating of the level of musical expression…
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Improving Saudi EFL Reading Skills with an English Novel

A three-week intensive reading intervention based on Charles Dickens’ novel Great Expectations was the focus of this mixed-methods study, which examined how 10 Saudi EFL university students regarded the utilisation of real literary resources. The majority of sessions are focused on a teacher-centered approach, and students are typically assigned an inactive role in the learning…
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Inculcation of Higher Order Thinking Skills in History Subject Using Multiple Intelligence Theory

In order to meet the demands of contemporary educational policy, higher-order thinking skills (HOTS) have shifted into the centre of daily teaching and learning activities. History has been regarded as a required subject for the Malaysia Certificate of Education since 2013. (SPM). The Malaysian Ministry of Education (MoE) thus urges history teachers to employ a…
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Investigating the Impact of Manipulating Electronic Reader Programs for Developing EFL Senior Learners’ Reading Speed and Loud Reading Skills

This chapter examined the effects of modifying electronic reader programmes for enhancing the reading fluency and loud reading abilities of senior EFL learners. Twenty EFL seniors from King Marriott Academy in Alexandria, Egypt made up the study’s sample. The therapy increased both reading speed and loud reading abilities. The post-reading test participants improved their usual…
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Provision of Free Education for All Citizens in Nigeria

The concept of providing free education to a country’s residents has been controversial and widespread. Many people contend that education should be free for all citizens since it is a social service that is meant to end illiteracy, guarantee residents’ comfort, and promote national development. Many individuals also think that all inhabitants shouldn’t have free…
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