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.

Currently, there is no article processing charge or publication fee for authors to publish papers. Although, it is free for publication, please be noted that submitted manuscripts will be checked rigorously during editorial, reviewing and production process to ensure the quality and integrity of all the published articles.

Latest Articles

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Reimagining the Convoluted Plights of Refugee, Immigrant and Undocumented Immigrant Women: Implications for the Reauthorizations of the Violence Against Women's Act of 1994 in the United States

by Buster C. Ogbuagu

ABSTRACT: Background: Violence against women exists, is entrenched and shares commonalities among all cultures and societies, regardless of their level of civilization or the lack thereof. This act, which...

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Enhancing Pupils' Understanding of the Human Skeleton Using a Designed Human Skeletal Model

by F. Awuah, A. Dominic

ABSTRACT: The research was necessitated due to the researcher's experience of the difficulty of pupils of Pepease Presbyterian Basic Six in the understanding of the human skeleton. The total number of...

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Fostering Student Engagement in a Mobile Formative Assessment System for High-School Economics

by Fotis Lazarinis, Dimitris Kanellopoulos

ABSTRACT: In a mobile learning environment, students can learn via mobile devices without being limited by time and space. Therefore, it is vital to develop tools to assist students to learn and assess...

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Young Students' Ability on Understanding and Constructing Geometric Proofs

by Matheou Argyrou Aphrodite , Panaoura Rita

ABSTRACT: The present study investigated early secondary education students' ability to understand and to construct geometric proofs before and after the typical teaching of the Euclidean Geometry. At...

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The Inclusion of a Student Voice in Teacher Professional Learning to Create Relevance in Science Education

by Anders Jidesjö

ABSTRACT: Students' perceptions of a lack of relevance in science and technology (S&T) education have been reported in research and policies for a long time. In many countries this is a problem that...

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Views of Secondary Education Teachers in Cyprus, Regarding the Information They Receive for Pupils with Chronic Diseases in Their Classes

by Stavrou Stavros, Demetriou Loucia

ABSTRACT: In Cyprus, many pupils with chronic diseases attend public school in regular classes, managing their disease's demands in parallel with their education. Teachers are responsible for both...

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Sexual Knowledge and Practices of Students of Senior High Schools in the Bolgatanga Municipality, Ghana

by Mahama Mubarik, Oladokun Michael Yemisi

ABSTRACT: The purpose of this study was to investigate the extent of knowledge students of senior high schools in Bolgatanga, the Upper East Regional capital of Ghana, have on risky sexual behaviours and...

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Career Opportunity for Ghanaian Youth: An Evaluation of Jewellery Subject under Visual Art Programme in Senior High Schools in Ghana

by Mohammed Kwaku Baidoo

ABSTRACT: The purpose of the study was to evaluate the Jewellery subject in Senior High Schools in Ghana to ascertain the career opportunity in jewellery for Ghanaian youth. The study adopted the Mixed...

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Assessing How Social Studies Teachers in Senior High Schools Use Out-of-Door Activities in Their Teaching in Ho Municipality of Ghana

by Osumanu Sheik Jibililu

ABSTRACT: The study explored how social studies teachers in Senior High Schools in the Ho Municipality of Ghana use out-of-door activities in their teaching and learning methodology. Using a concurrent...

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Peer Mentoring for First-Year Pre-Service Teachers via a Blended Community to Support Literacy Development

by Damian Maher

ABSTRACT: This article investigates how the second-year pre-service teachers mentored first-year pre-service teachers to develop their literacy skills via a blended community. While some researchers have...