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A study of in-service teacher educator roles, with implications for a curriculum for their professional development
In-service educators have a crucial role to play in meeting the professional learning needs of teachers of the future, according to the Council of Europe’s ‘ET 2020’, although it is less clear what that role entails. This ...
A case study on instructors' perceptions of writing exam grading criteria
(Hacettepe University, 2013)
This study was conducted to analyze the instructors' perceptions of the writing exam grading criteria used in the Faculty Academic English within the context of Freshman English courses at a private university in Turkey. ...
Mary Austin’s proto-ecofeminist land ethic in The Ford (1917) and the Owens Valley water controversy
(Taylor and Francis, 2018)
Ecofeminism aims to establish a community ecology that is sustainable for both human and nonhuman beings, deconstructing the oppressor/oppressed identities that are prevalent in patriarchal society. Anticipating this ...
Collaborative teaching reflection: insights into a globalized partnership
(Oxford University Press, 2018)
When collaborating remotely and cross-culturally, negotiating control, navigating ambiguities in context, and recognizing one's own cultural influences require immense amounts of self-awareness when positioning oneself ...
The American suffrage movement and the novels of Marietta Holley and Elia Peattie as a means of cultural lobbying
Women’s literary activity during the first two decades of the twentieth century, fuelled by the progressive spirit, served as a form of cultural lobbying through which they could articulate social and political problems ...