This paper considers the introduction of the Universal Primary Education program as a natural experiment to identify the causal effect of mothers’ education on the probability that their daughters are cut.
Seventy-six overweight/obese teenagers studying at sixth and seventh grades of upper primary education were included in the study (38 participants in the Study Group and 38 participants in the Control Group).
The transition from Primary Education to Secondary Education is a disturbing and influential period in the school trajectory of more than 50% of students, with a substantial decrease in self-esteem, academic motivation and academic achievement, as well as the risk of suffering bullying and school dropout.
This paper shows the rationale for developing an original program to teach English as a foreign language for young learners, which has been approved by the Ministry of Education for primary education in a private-subsidized school in Chile.
In the present paper, we share didactic-pedagogical strategies that may be used in teachers’ practices in Sciences in the 2nd Cycle of Primary Education, for the identification, analysis, and deconstruction of alternative conceptions in Science, in the wider frame of a Science-Technology-Science/Critical Thinking (STS/CT) approach.
Our proposal is an original didactic intervention made with sixth grade students of Primary Education is exposed in the environment of Castell de Marinyen (Benifairo de la Valldigna, Valencia) through the use of stereoscopic or spherical photography and the hypothesis of reconstruction.
The study was carried out within the framework of a UPV/EHU Teaching Innovation project with students from the last course of the Primary Education Degree (Faculty of Education in Bilbao), which aimed to analyze and create cognitive virtual machines to solve problems of an academic nature of university students.
The primary function for which the system is designed is to provide regular diagnostic feedback in three main domains of education, reading, mathematics, and science, from the beginning of schooling to the end of the 6 years of primary education.
The study presented in this paper was designed to examine Greek primary education teachers’ perceptions of their knowledge and skills with regards to the integration of ICT in their instructional practices.
In South America enrollment is high but still few poor children are able to complete primary education, comparing this situation with south Asia and central Africa children of poor families never come to school (Chowa, Ansong, and Masa, 2010).
Objective: This cross-sectional study aims to examine the association between the number of weekly active travels to school and the different indicators of body composition and academic achievement considering the official curriculum of Primary Education.
The main aim of this paper was to examine the relationship between the PISA (Programme for
International Student Assessment) international study results of 15 and 16 years-old pupils from
2015 and a set of socio-economic indicators (on a national level) such as governments’ expenditures
on primary education, gross domestic product per capita, the Democracy index compiled by
the Economist Intelligence Unit, or primary teachers’ salaries.
This study investigates the descriptions of support measures in the sequential pedagogical documents (individual education plans or programs and others) of children with special education needs from early childhood education and care to preprimary education.
Even though the enrollment rate has been elevating in the primary education of Nepal, there are still numerous children who dropout from the school because of multifarious reasons that leads weighty impact for an individual and also to the society.