Progress in Education. Volume 72

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Roberta V. Nata (Editor)

Series: Progress in Education
BISAC: EDU000000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/DWPB9227

This volume includes eight chapters describing recent progress in the field of education research. Chapter One explores contemporary Chinese animation and analyzes the current educational aims behind these productions. Chapter Two deals with the needs of special education students in Ukraine. Chapter Three investigates means by which to help students reach their full potential with respect to course enrollment decisions and students’ motivation to read. Chapter Four examines preservice elementary teachers’ depiction of what a diverse classroom looks like to them, what individual assets they bring, and challenges they predict will arise during teaching. Chapter Five presents a literature review with an overview of the speech-language pathologist (SLP) profession for preservice teachers, as well as how and why teachers and SLPs collaborate together in schools, followed by a review of the literature focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion in preservice teacher and SLP preparation programs. Chapter Six explores the role of case studies in changing teacher candidates’ attitudes toward parent involvement across four geographically dispersed universities. Chapter Seven determines how a collaborative curriculum and teaching in a flipped classroom affects the development of university science co-instructors’ technological pedagogical and content knowledge. Finally, Chapter Eight includes the author’s personal opinion on the purpose of education, the current status of the Bhutanese education system, and the way forward.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Chinese Animation for Red Culture Spread and Education
(Sergio Jesús Villén Higueras, Xinjie Ma and Francisco Javier Ruiz del Olmo – Department of Audiovisual Communication and Advertising, University of Seville, Seville, Spain)

Chapter 2. Current Trends in the Training of Specialists in Special Education to Understand and Meet the Educational Needs of Pupils with SEN in the Context of Building the New Ukrainian School
(O. Martynchuk, Т. Skrypnyk and N. Sofiy – Doctor of Pedagogical Sciences, Department of Special and Inclusive Education, Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, Kyiv, Ukraine, et al.)

Chapter 3. Progress in Education: Motivation to Read and Its Influence on Course Enrollment Decisions: Are we Helping Students Reach their Full Potential?
(McKenna Simmons, Sarah K. Clark, Michael Richardson and Erika Feinauer – Tooele High School, Tooele, Utah, USA, et al.)

Chapter 4. Imagined Futures: Elementary Preservice Teachers Consider Classroom Diversity
(Jenni L. Harding, Stacy Loyd and Boni Hamilton – Department of Education, University of Northern Colorado, Greely, Colorado, et al.)

Chapter 5. Centering Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Preservice Teacher and Speech-Language Pathologist Practitioner Preparation: An Interdisciplinary Approach
(Cherrel Miller Dyce and Cara McComish – Elon University, School of Education, et al.)

Chapter 6. The Role of Case Studies in Changing Teacher Candidates’ Attitudes Regarding Parent Involvement
(Laura Nathans and Amber Brown – Penn State Scranton, Dunmore, PA, USA, et al.)

Chapter 7. Co-teaching in a Flipped Class to Develop the University Science Instructors’ TPACK
(Syh-Jong Jang – Center for General Education, Asia University, Taichung, Taiwan)

Chapter 8. Bhutanese Education: The Square One!
(Sangay Dorji – Royal University of Bhutan)

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