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How do teachers reason about their practice? Representing the epistemic nature of teachers’ practical knowledge
Abstract The present study focused on the epistemology of teachers’ practical knowledge by addressing the following research question: how do teachers attempt to reason about their practices andExpand
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The Cultural Dependence of the Ethical Sensitivity Scale Questionnaire: The Case of Iranian Kurdish Teachers
A good theory-based tool for measuring ethical sensitivity, which is usable in different contexts, is scarce. In this study, we examined the Ethical Sensitivity Scale Questionnaire (ESSQ) in lineExpand
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Moral care and caring pedagogy: two dimensions of teachers’ praxis
This paper draws on findings from an empirical study on the epistemic nature of teachers’ practice. It particularly addresses teachers’ reasoning that lies behind their practice in order to gainExpand
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Caring Teaching as a Moral Practice: An Exploratory Study on Perceived Dimensions of Caring Teaching
Caring teaching is a conceptual framework used to gain an insight into the moral aspect of teaching. Using a quantitative research approach, we studied 556 teachers in order to explore theirExpand
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The Faculty’s Perception of Web-based Instruction Application in Iran’s Higher Education
This paper addresses the faculty perception on web-based instruction in order to explain the nature of learning and instruction in this setting. Using a mixed method approach, the research studied aExpand
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Life purposes of Iranian secondary school students
Abstract This article examines Iranian secondary students’ (N = 336) life purposes. Economic and hedonistic life goals were the most valued. Relationships in terms of having a family and childrenExpand
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The Professors’s professional experience in relation to effective teaching phenomen in higher education
The main purpose of the present study was to gain insights into effective teaching in higher education as a phenomenon. Using professional experiences of university faculty, we wanted to develop aExpand
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Is ethical sensitivity in teaching culturally bound? Comparing Finnish and Iranian teachers’ ethical sensitivity
In this study, we investigated the culture-invariant and culture-dependent nature of teachers’ ethical sensitivity in two countries. Our case study involves teachers from Finland (n = 864)Expand
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Cultural-bound elements of ethical sensitivity: case studies from the Netherlands, Finland, and Iran
This chapter provides insight into the culturally-bound nature of ethical sensitivity by examining three case studies from different educational contexts: the Netherlands (n = 622), Finland (n =Expand
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