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Journal of New Approaches in Educational Research (NAER Journal)

Jan 15, 2018 Volume 7, Number 1

Editors

Universidad de Alicante, Spain Rosabel Roig Vila

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 11

  1. Bullying and Cyberbullying: Two Forms of Violence in Schools

    M Prendes Espinosa

    Introduction to Issue More

    pp. 1-2

  2. Considering Mindfulness Techniques in School-based Anti-bullying Programmes

    Mairead Foody & Muthanna Samara

    Schools have a duty of care to all students and to directly prevent and intervene with bullying amongst children and adolescents. The emergence of cyberbullying escalates this responsibility as the... More

    pp. 3-9

  3. Victims of Cyberbullying in the Region of Murcia: A Quantitative Study with High School Students

    Victor Gonzlez Calatayud

    The fact that technologies have become a normal part of our lives has meant that bullying and other problems have shifted towards the virtual, hence complicating possible solutions. While before... More

    pp. 10-16

  4. The Role of Empathy in Preparing Teachers to Tackle Bullying

    Helena Murphy, John Tubritt & James O\u2019Higgins Norman

    Much research on bullying behaviour in schools among students has been carried out since the 1970\u2019s, when Olweus started a large-scale project in Norway which is now generally regarded as the ... More

    pp. 17-23

  5. El acoso y el ciberacoso en Tailandia: las estrategias de afrontamiento y la relacin con la edad, el sexo, la religin, y la condicin de vctima

    Ruthaychonnee Sittichai & Peter Smith

    Tanto el acoso tradicional (offline) como el ciberacoso (online) entre nios y jvenes constituyen problemas graves a escala internacional, y tambin en Tailandia. La mayora de los estudios acerca de ... More

    pp. 24-30

  6. Game-Based Learning: Increasing the Logical-Mathematical, Naturalistic, and Linguistic Learning Levels of Primary School Students

    Mara Del Moral Prez, Alba Guzmn Duque & Laura Fernndez Garca

    Game-based learning is an innovative methodology that takes advantage of the educational potential offered by videogames in general and serious games in particular to boost training processes, thus... More

    pp. 31-39

  7. MOOCs and their Influence on Higher Education Institutions: Perspectives from the Insiders

    Manuel Len-Urritia, Ruth Cobos & Kate Dickens

    Since Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) became a global phenomenon in 2012, there has been constant evolution in the way Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) make sense of them. HEIs embracing... More

    pp. 40-45

  8. Validez y fiabilidad de un cuestionario sobre la percepcin del profesorado de Educacin Primaria y Secundaria de la enseanza en un modelo de currculo basado en competencias

    Luis Garca-Lpez, David Gutirrez, Juan Pastor & Vicente Romo

    El objetivo de este trabajo es desarrollar una escala para conocer la percepcin de los docentes de Educacin Primaria y Secundaria del modelo de currculo basado en competencias en Espaa. Tras... More

    pp. 46-51

  9. Analysis of Institutional Competitiveness of Junior High Schools through the Admission Test to High School Education

    Joyzukey Armendriz, Javier Tarango & Juan Machin-Mastromatteo

    This descriptive and correlational research studies 15,658 students from 335 secondary schools in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico, through the results of the examination of admission to high school ... More

    pp. 52-60

  10. Serious Play in Education for Social Justice - A Mixed-Methods Evaluation

    Thomas Wartenweiler

    Fair Battles is a 12-week Swiss education for social justice program with the goal of sensitizing high school students about the impact of their consumer habits on society. The pedagogical concept ... More

    pp. 61-69

  11. Resignification of Educational E-innovation to Enhance Opportunities for Graduate Employability in the Context of New University Degrees

    Rosa Torres Valds, Alba Santa Soriano & Carolina Lorenzo lvarez

    This paper presents the findings of a training programme based on an Action-Research methodology that has been applied in two subjects of Event Organization, Protocol and Institutional Relations... More

    pp. 70-78