Top Education Research articles in 2020

Effective Teaching Startegies in an Online Enviroment

    Keith Buckley
    Director of Physical Education Rollins College (USA) Winter Park Florida, USA


    The online classroom is a powerful teaching and learning arena in which new practices and new relationships can make significant contributions to learning. Instructors must be trained not only to use technology, but also to shift the ways in which they organize and deliver material. Making this shift can increase the potential for learners to take charge of their own learning process and facilitate the development of a sense of community. In constructing an online course, the instructor must take into account: designing the course, implementing content, facilitating learning, relevant assignments and course evaluation. A learner-centered approach acknowledges what students bring to the online classroom, their background, needs, and interests, and what they take away as relevant and meaningful outcomes. This paper will explore how to design implement and instruct a thorough online course that engages the student and gives them a platform to learn and enhance their academic experience.


    Online Learning, Education, Teaching

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An Investigation of Modern Foreign Language (Mfl) Teachers and their Attitudes to Computer Assisted Language Learning (Call) Amid the Covid-19 Health Pandemic

    Louise Hanna, David Barr, Helen Hou and Shauna Mc Gill
    Ulster University, United Kingdom


    A study was performed with 33 Modern Foreign Language (MFL) teachers to afford insight into how classroom practitioners interact with Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL) in Second Language (L2) pedagogy. A questionnaire with CALL specific statements was completed by MFL teachers who were recruited via UK based Facebook groups. Significantly, participants acknowledged a gap in practice from the expectation of CALL in the MFL classroom. Overall, respondents were shown to be interested and regular consumers of CALL who perceived its ease and importance in L2 teaching and learning.


    Computer Assisted Language Learning (CALL), Modern Foreign Languages (MFL), teacher attitudes, digital technologies, Second Language (L2) pedagogy.

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An Examination of Relationship between Career Maturity and Multiple Factors by Feature Selection

    Shuxing Zhang1and Qinneng Xu2
    1Shenzhen College of International Education, Shenzhen, China 2Shenzhen Liangyi Information Technology Co., Ltd, Shenzhen, China


    The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between career maturity and a branch of factors among senior school students. The sample data were collected from a total of 189 students. The linear relationship between career maturity and 72 factors were tested by using feature selection methods. LASSO and forward stepwise were compared based on crossvalidation. The results showed that LASSO was a feasible method to select the significant factors, and 12 of the total 72 factors were found to be important in predicting career maturity.


    Career maturity, Feature selection, LASSO, Stepwise.

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