Progress in Education. Volume 82


Roberta V. Nata (Editor)

Series: Progress in Education
BISAC: EDU000000

This book contains ten chapters discussing the progress of education. The first chapter argues that areas of human experience can be excellent starting points for teaching about cause-and-effect relationships. The second chapter aims to analyze the influence of personal, family and school variables on the basic psychological needs in exercise during adolescence using a study that included the use of the Basic Psychological Needs Scale. The third chapter meticulously maps the application of digital transformation in organizational settings, using a scoping review methodology to answer several questions. The fourth chapter discusses the SWOT matrix and how it can be a useful tool for training informed decision-making and strengthening students critical thinking skills. Chapter 5 presents the differences (gains or losses) in CT skills. Chapter 6 discusses the results of the digital technologies’ implementation into the multilingual communicative competence formation level control and assessment procedure among students who major in linguistics. Chapter 7 explores how a university instructor used the ChatGPT flipped model to impact university students’ self-regulated learning (SRL) ability in a general education course. Chapter 8 talks about artificial intelligence and data analytics that require educators and employers to protect the human experience. Chapter 9 shows advantages in the field of using a uniform system of learning principles in the process of a foreign language study and considering it as a psychological mechanism. The final chapter discusses the benefits of GBT and its uses in education.

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