Trauma Informed Training Practices in Adult Education

A qualitative literature review is used to emphasize the move to learner-centered techniques in vocational education and training, as well as to profile the use of trauma-informed techniques to meet learner needs and improve learner inclusion and success. The conversation starts with a recognition of the need for trauma-informed...
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Future Leaders’ Perception of Democracy in Nigeria

Nigeria’s leaders are widely held to be partly, if not fully, to blame for the country’s current plight. This is mostly in relation to the degradation of democratic tenets that are universally acknowledged. There is a lot of fear and uncertainty regarding whether or not future leaders will follow...
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“Legislators and Interpreters”: Le Malheur of Deconstructionism

When Jacques Derrida accuses the Enlightenment project of being totalitarian, illusive, racist, imperialist, and devoid of any intellectual merit or moral ground, Jürgen Habermas unexpectedly responds that Derrida’s deconstruction undermines reason, destroys universality, and renounces any hope of emancipation. From a contemporary perspective, Derrida fails to establish judgmental norms,...
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Determining the Effectiveness of Imagination Stretch Teaching Strategy in Correcting Misconceptions of Students about Particulate Nature of Matter

The purpose of this study was to see how effective an imagination stretch teaching method is at correcting students’ misconceptions regarding the particulate nature of matter in Rivers State Senior Secondary Schools. Knowing and interpreting the concept of particulate nature of matter offers a firm foundation for understanding and...
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Is the M.A. English Translation Curriculum Effective for Employers?

The current master’s curriculum in English Translation at Iranian institutions does not meet the needs of the society for which it was created, and translation employers claim that some vital skills are not covered. The goal of this study was to assess the effectiveness of the current M.A. English...
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Assessment of Interaction Patterns among International Class Students and Regular Class Students in Yayasan Pendidikan Shafiyyatul Amaliyyah Medan, Indonesia

Many challenges and challenges develop as a result of education systems that use both an international and a conventional class system. As a result of the challenges that ensue, interaction patterns emerge, which are typically insufficient. The rise of diverse challenges of changing times, followed by globalization and modernization,...
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Albanian Domestic Law and Case Law versus New York Convention, Regarding the Recognition of Foreign Arbitral Award: Some Problematic Issues

The propensity to transform international business arbitration into a process increasingly employed to solve disputes resulting from these ties is linked to the growing expansion of international trade and investment. International arbitration does not appeal to all states, as indicated by the low level of modernization of essential laws...
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Estimation of a Growth Rate Model for International Business Tourism

The goal of this article is to identify the elements that influence business tourism on a worldwide scale in order to assess nations’ competence in this tourist segment and provide them with actionable recommendations. A growth rate model was estimated and a sample of 136 nations between the years...
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