Social Education Research

ISSN: 2717-5723 (Print) 2717-5731 (Online) Description

Social Education Research (SER) is an open-access and peer reviewed journal which publishes high quality, original articles that contain theoretical content and practical teaching ideas on social education. It aims to exchange ideas and research findings that will contribute on the expansion of knowledge and understanding on issues about social education. SER presents research findings or progress trends that focusing on Instructional methodology AND Educational Technology, Adult Education, STEM and social education, Intercultural education. Click here to find more details.

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Parental Involvement in Assisting the Student in the Social Domain: The Educators' Perspective

by Anat Korem

ABSTRACT: Parental involvement is one of the key issues in education that remains a constant part of the public and academic agenda, but little is known about the perspective of educators on parental...

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Exploring Trends and Challenges in Professional Development of Adult Educators across European Member States: Insights and Recommendations for Improvements

by Nicoletta Ioannou

ABSTRACT: This article provides an overview of professional development trends in European Member States, encompassing training and qualification requirements, as well as the supply and demand for adult...

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Improving Pre-service English Teachers' TPACK in Teaching Contest

by Fang Huang, Wenxin Zhang, Kailiang Lv

ABSTRACT: The development of pre-service teachers' Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge (TPACK) has attracted wide attention among scholars and teacher educators worldwide. However, few studies have...

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The Impact of a Simple Channel Factor on Vocabulary Learning of Iranian EFL Learners Across Genders

by Jassem Alifathabadi, Sara Safaeimehneh

ABSTRACT: The concept of channel factors was introduced by Kurt Lewin to the field of psychology as seemingly unimportant circumstantial changes that could affect the trajectory of an endeavor. The primary...

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Perceptions of Social Studies Teachers on Teaching Rationale in New Juaben Senior High Schools, Ghana: A Qualitative Study

by Yeyie Patrick

ABSTRACT: This study explored how Social Studies teachers perceived the rationale for teaching and learning Social Studies in the New Juaben Senior High Schools in the Eastern Region of Ghana. Negative...

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Enhancing Postgraduate Academic Writing Skills Through Course Reform: an Action Research Study

by Lulu Zhang, Zhuo Wu

ABSTRACT: This action research study investigated the effectiveness of an academic English writing course reform for postgraduate students in science and technology disciplines at a Chinese university. The...

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Effectiveness of Teacher Supervision Practices in the Implementation of the Early Years Education Program

by Isabellah Lumiti Ameli, Godfrey Ayaga, James Bill Ouda

ABSTRACT: Early Years Education (EYE) is the crucial stage in the child’s physical, social, emotional, and intellectual development. This study, therefore, sought to evaluate the effectiveness of teacher...

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Attachment in the Context of Early Years Pedagogical Practice: Early Childhood Educator and Director Insights

by Tina Bonnett, Donna France

ABSTRACT:  Given that early childhood education and care is relationship laden, research into attachment can contribute towards our understanding of early childhood education relationships. There is,...

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Emotional Labor and Mental Health in Adult Education: Reintegration Among Deported Mexicans in Bilingual Call Centers Post-COVID 19

by Carlos Samuel Ibarra, Rodolfo Cruz Piñeiro, Arturo Fabián Jiménez

ABSTRACT: This study investigates the role of bilingual call centers in Mexico as platforms for reintegration and skill development for Mexicans deported from the United States post-COVID-19. Utilizing a...

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New 'Young Geographers' : Children's Cognitive Development Wayfaring Through the City Replica Project

by Annabelle Black Delfin, Wenjie Wang

ABSTRACT:  This paper examines how children relate an actual 3D environment to modular, loose parts in creating a 3D city replica with 2D embellishment. The main goals of the study were to examine...

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Exploring Parent Perceptions of Virtual Learning in School: Learning During a Pandemic

by W. Catherine Cheung, Michaelene M Ostrosky, Mia Chudzik, Courtney O'Grady, Alana Ackerman, Natalie Perez, Rebecca L. Smith

ABSTRACT: In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many schools were required to shift to virtual learning. Parents and students had to adapt to this sudden change in learning environments and many of their...

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Understanding Vocational Teacher Educators' Role Identities Through Metaphors: A Case Study in Malta

by Alison Said

ABSTRACT: The objective of this qualitative study, that is framed using identity theory (Burke & Stets, 2009), based on semi-structured interviews, is to gain a deeper understanding of the professional...