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Professional Experience for International Students within the Australian Teacher Education Context  

Georgina Barton and Kay Hartwig

The business of international students in the higher education sector is a crucial part of many countries’ economic development and intercultural richness. In fact, in Australia ... More

Professionalism, Education, and Ethics Code  

Troy A. Martin

The professionalization of education involves a modern, capitalist move toward securing a public market for schools and developing social status for educators. As a process that has ... More

Professionalizing Teacher Education Accountability  

Diane Mayer

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May 2017
This article examines teacher education accountability and argues for new emphases in accreditation and beginning teacher certification designed to professionalize teacher education. A ... More

Progressivism  

Daniel Tröhler

“Progressivism” is a collective term used in historiography to characterize historical phases in which particular ways to think about progress are detectable. Hence, “progressivism” is ... More

Promoting Student Success in Low-Performing Schools  

Bruce G. Barnett

The growing economic and employment disparities between members of different socioeconomic groups often paint a bleak future for people living in marginalized communities. These conditions ... More

Psychology and its Impact on Education in India  

Farida Abdulla Khan

This is an advance summary of a forthcoming article in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Education. Please check back later for the full article. ... More

Public Schooling and Democracy in the United States  

Sarah M. Stitzlein

Public schools are intricately connected to the stability and vitality of our democracy in the United States. The important relationship between public schooling and democracy began as a ... More

Qualitative Approaches to Studying Marginalized Communities  

Dana Moree

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Jul 2018
Marginalized populations are by definition composed of people who have fewer possibilities and options in their lives than those studying them. This fact has to be reflected before, ... More

Qualitative Data Analysis  

Paul Mihas

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May 2019
Qualitative analysis—the analysis of textual, visual, or audio data—covers a spectrum from confirmation to exploration. Qualitative studies can be directed by a conceptual framework, ... More

Qualitative Data Analysis and the Use of Theory  

Carol Grbich

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May 2019
The role of theory in qualitative data analysis is continually shifting and offers researchers many choices. The dynamic and inclusive nature of qualitative research has encouraged the ... More

Qualitative Design Research Methods  

Michael Domínguez

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Dec 2017
Emerging in the learning sciences field in the early 1990s, qualitative design-based research (DBR) is a relatively new methodological approach to social science and education research. As ... More

Qualitative Methodological Considerations for Studying Undocumented Students in the United States  

Aurora Chang, Júlia Mendes, and Cinthya Salazar

The study of undocumented students in the United States is critical and growing. As scholars increasingly employ qualitative methodologies and methods in studying undocumented students, it ... More

Qualitative Methodologies and the Life Course in Brazil  

Marilia Sposito and Felipe Tarábola

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Jul 2019
The specifics of approaches to qualitative research in the field of youth studies in Brazil are presented. Research projects that focus on young people should recognize the specificities ... More

Qualitative Methods and the Study of Identity and Education  

Luis Urrieta and Beth Hatt

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Jul 2019
The paradigmatic turn of the latter half of the 20th century enabled a phenomenal growth in research studies exploring the multiple, fluid, and changing complexities of culture and ... More

Qualitative Methods, Critical Geography, and Education  

Robert J. Helfenbein

The work known as critical geography, a distinct yet varied subfield of spatial analysis, seeks to understand how the social construction of both space and place interact with, resist, and ... More

Qualitative Research Approaches to Educational Inequality in Latin America  

Ana Maria F. Almeida and Sandra Ziegler

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Aug 2019
International comparisons demonstrate considerable educational inequality across Latin America. Since the return of democracy in the region in the mid-1980s, these educational disparities ... More

Qualitative Research at the Policy Table  

Wanda S. Pillow

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Aug 2019
The “paradigm wars” of the 1970s−1990s fostered intense debate about the meanings and purposes of research and policy. Paradigmatic stances seemed to keep these two fields separate—at odds ... More

Qualitative Research in Indigenous Education in Mexico  

Gabriela Czarny and Ruth Paradise

In Mexico, qualitative research in the field of indigenous education finds its roots in a strong national tradition of social anthropological research. This background provides a ... More

Qualitative Research in the Field of Popular Education  

Alfonso Torres Carrillo

Popular Education (PE) is an educational movement and pedagogical current that emerged in Latin America in the seventies. It was a result of Paulo Freire’s pedagogical proposals in a ... More

Qualitative Research Methods and Students With Severe Disabilities  

Karen A. Erickson and David A. Koppenhaver

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Mar 2019
Qualitative research methods, in many forms, have been used to deepen understandings in the field of severe disabilities for decades. Using methods such as individual case studies, ... More

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