View Vol. 5 ,  Iss. 2 (December 2022)

Journal of International Education and Practice

ISSN: 2630-516X (Online)

Vol. 5 , Iss. 2 (December 2022)


  • Outside the Backdoor: Entrepreneurship, Field Experience and Preservice Teachers

    Dia Gary

    Article ID: 5070
    85  (Abstract) 1  (Download)

    This research is to share qualitative data of one preservice teacher, and one early childhood entrepreneur, who educated young children in an exclusive outdoor preschool.

    The study was conducted in a rural community where most preschools were held in the traditional venue-inside. The Coronavirus-19 pandemic presented many obstacles to the placement of preservice teachers...

  • The internal and external and external consciousness of Japanese Students' Intercultural Language Communication


    Article ID: 5046
    61  (Abstract) 41  (Download)
    Japanese strictly distinguish between inside and outside, that is, they have a strong sense of inside and outside. The character has penetrated the study and life of Japanese students. Living in a different cultural environment, Japanese students are more influenced by Internal and External Consciousness in cross-cultural communication. The purpose is to draw out the...
  • Promoting Patient Problem Solving Using STEM Education Principles

    Mark Oursland, Marcia Snyder

    Article ID: 5312
    59  (Abstract) 16  (Download)

    Mathematics teachers know that most of their students are averse to patient problem solving. In this article a new method or perspective for posing engaging problems is explained. This method uses principles of STEM education to enable mathematics teachers to pose relevant real-world problems and facilitate student-initiated explorations that promote patient problem solving. Lessons integrating...

  • Incorporation of Media Arts for Chilean Young Students With Special Learning Needs

    Diego Bernaschina

    Article ID: 5038
    37  (Abstract) 4  (Download)

    The present informal study of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in special education through media arts. There are deep inequalities in the access of new technological opportunities and adaptive user experiences for students with special learning needs. Our goal as teacher educators is to improve enhance autonomous learning using the complementary subject of media arts....

  • English as Foreign Language (EFL) Teachers’ Efficacy and Positive Achievement Emotions: Relations to Instructional Changes After Attending a Study Abroad Program

    Xue Zhang, Nor Azian Binti Md. Noor, Popoola Kazem Hamed

    Article ID: 5334
    20  (Abstract) 2  (Download)
    Due to government policy, the number of study abroad professional development program for EFL teachers increased greatly in China during recent years. Study abroad program aims to help EFL teachers improve their knowledge and teaching practices, which requires them to make adjustments to their traditional teaching styles accordingly. Hence, teachers may experience strong emotional reactions...