Progress in Education. Volume 66

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Roberta V. Nata (Editor)

Series: Progress in Education

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This compilation deals with a variety of topics related to education, ranging from the challenge of reintegration in Ukraine to biological influences on behavior and learning. Chapter One describes the mental health issues that children can face in the school environment related to depression and suicide and discusses how schools can improve suicide prevention efforts. The second chapter outlines the innovative teaching method of flipped classes wherein class lectures become home activities and homework becomes an in-class activity and presents the results of a study focused on this style of teaching. Following this, Chapter Three focuses on Ukraine, where conflict with Russia has impacted many aspects of civic life, including public education. The fourth chapter explains how the booking platform Airbnb impacts the social fabric of Berlin and how this social change can be taught in schools. Chapter Five explores Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) in India and proposes improvements for these courses. The sixth chapter discusses solutions to continue effective teaching during the pandemic, and the seventh chapter examines how cortisol can impact a student’s performance from a biochemical point of view. The final chapter aims to establish how best to integrate psychology education into the pre-registration nurse training curriculum to enhance clinical practice.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Schools and Suicide Prevention
(Lyn O’Grady, DPsych – Melbourne, Australia)

Chapter 2. A Study of Co-Teaching and Co-Design Flipped Classes on the University Science Instructor’s TPACK.
(Syh-Jong Jang – Center for General Education, Asia University, Taichung, Taiwan)

Chapter 3. Reintegration Perspectives for Ukraine: Civic Education-Related Challenges
(Oleg Bazaluk and Svitlana Balinchenko – Guangdong University of Petrochemical Technology, Maoming, Guangdong, China, et al.)

Chapter 4. Throwing Out a Net Over Berlin via Airbnb Bookings: Educators in Search of the Metropole’s Creative Potential
(Joachim Broecher and Janet F. Painter – University of Flensburg, Flensburg, Germany, et al.)

Chapter 5. An Empirically Based, Exploratory Classification of MOOC-Users from India
(Sangeeta Trehan, PhD – Department of Management Studies, Satyug Darshan Institute of Engineering and Technology, Faridabad, Delhi NCR, India)

Chapter 6. Pandemic Pedagogy Permutations: Innovating Solutions to Continue Effective Teaching
(Dan Keast, PhD – The University of Texas Permian Basin)

Chapter 7. Biological Influences on Behavior and Learning: A Primer on Cortisol and Stress
(Kyla Warnick, PhD – Russellville School District, Russellville, AR)

Chapter 8. The Teaching of Psychological Theory in the Undergraduate Pre-Registration Nurse Training Curriculum: Systematic, Integrative Literature Review
(Andrew E.P. Mitchell, PhD – Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Chester, Chester, United Kingdom)

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