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Journal of New Approaches in Educational Research (NAER Journal)

Jan 15, 2020 Volume 9, Number 1


Universidad de Alicante, Spain Rosabel Roig Vila

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 10

  1. Reflection on the Dangers of 'Cultural Racism' in Intercultural Education

    Zvi Bekerman

    This paper assesses the dangers of the use of the concept ‘culture’ in present political and educational rhetoric. The first section offers a critique of the use of the term ‘culture’ in the so... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 1-14

  2. Employability Skills of Unaccompanied Immigrant Minors in Canary Islands

    Estefanía Alonso-Bello, Lidia Santana-Vega & Luis Feliciano-García

    Young unaccompanied immigrants have various problems in their professional careers which lead to situations of exclusion and hinder their emancipation. The development and consolidation of... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 15-27

  3. Perceptions of Compulsory Education Teachers About Cultural Diversity: A Study in the City of Messina

    María López López & Stefania La Malfa

    Ensuring inclusive education, which is one of the priorities of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, is not possible without teachers. Teachers' perceptions influence the way they organise ... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 28-42

  4. Measuring Intercultural Learning through CLIL

    M. Gómez-Parra

    CLIL (Content and Language Integrated Learning) —endorsed by the European Commission since 1996— constitutes the official approach to bilingual education in Spain. Intercultural learning (IL) is... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 43-56

  5. Student Voice and Participation in Intercultural Education

    Ana Caetano, Isabel Freire & Elsa Machado

    This paper presents a multi-case study in the field of intercultural education and it refers to a project named “Voice of children and young people in the development of intercultural education”.... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 57-73

  6. Designing Pedagogical Practices for Teaching in Educational Spaces Culturally and Linguistically Diverse

    Dolly Eliyahu-Levi & Michal Ganz-Meishar

    Israel is a multi-cultural migration country and its education system face the challenges of equality and inclusion. This is comparative qualitative research based on a model that evaluates the... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 74-90

  7. The Smartphone as a Pedagogic Tool. Student Profiles as related to its Use and Knowledge

    Irina Salcines-Talledo, Natalia González-Fernández & Elena Briones

    The Smartphone has become the device that offers the greatest number of possibilities to Mobile Learning dynamics, and university students are increasingly optimizing its potential. This research... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 91-109

  8. Validation of an Indicator Model (INCODIES) for Assessing Student Digital Competence in Basic Education

    Ana García-Valcárcel Muñoz-Repiso, Sonia Casillas Martín & Verónica Basilotta Gómez-Pablos

    Digital competence is a basic skill for citizens and should be systematically assessed, taking into account characteristics such as knowledge, skills and attitudes. However, measuring and... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 110-125

  9. Does Mathematical Anxiety Differ Cross-Culturally?

    Jennifer. Brown, Myriam Ortiz-Padilla & Roberto Soto-Varela

    Mathematics constitutes a foundation in the training of engineering students because their competence in this reasoning will be utilised as a tool for the resolution of real problems when inserted ... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 126-136

  10. Use of Photo-elicitation to evoke and solve Dilemmas that prompt changes Primary School Teachers’ Visions

    Antonio García-Vera, Laura Rayón Rumayor & Ana de la Heras Cuenca

    The present article investigates the potentialities of photo-elicitation as a technique in teacher professional development. This study analyses the process of eliciting dilemmas in four primary... More

    Languages: English, Español/Spanish

    pp. 137-152