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The Dynamics between Immigrant Students Intercultural Competence/Adaptation and Language Learning of Chinese Immigrant Students: A Case Study
As a part of the immigrant population, the number of English language learners (ELLs) has steadily increased in United States (U.S.) schools. Most of these young immigrants who come to the U.S. with their parents are not ...
The influence of information and communication technology implementation on teacher technological self-efficacy, technology proficiency, frequency perceptions, classroom practices, and student's classroom interactions
The study compared the differences between pre- and post-teacher technological self-efficacy, technology proficiency, frequency of use, perceptions, classroom practices, and student interactions when information and ...
Shaping a new suburban reality: a school district's response to its changing student demographic
Despite historical patterns of racial homogeneity, the composition of suburban areas and their schools are changing throughout the United States. This fact presents major challenges to the suburban schools charged with ...
The Effects of Student and Teacher Ethnicity, Sex, and Teacher Experience on Achievement
There are multiple aspects of a learner’s experience, including instructional and environmental factors, which may affect achievement. Students may be more comfortable with whom they relate and share common experiences ...
Determining Equivalence in learning outcomes for freshman-level composition courses taught online and via face-to-face delivery
Distance learning has become an increasingly important element in the landscape of higher education, with more colleges and universities considering distance learning course delivery as part of their strategic plans. While ...