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Year of publication: 2018
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SPIS TREŚCI

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Publikacja “The New Educational Review” w języku angielskim i udostępnienie wersji cyfrowej w wolnym dostępie to zadania finansowane w ramach umowy 525/P-DUNdem/2018 ze środków Ministra Nauki i Szkolnictwa Wyższego przeznaczonych na działalność upowszechniającą naukę.

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Author: The Editors
Year of publication: 2018
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Pages: 7-10
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O AUTORCH

ABOUT AUTHORS

Author: Stanisław Juszczyk
Year of publication: 2018
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Pages: 11-13
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PDF: tner/201803/tner5300.pdf

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WSTĘP

PREFACE

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Author: Ahmad Sudi Pratikno
E-mail: ahmad.sudi2016@uny.ac.id
Institution: Yogyakarta State University
Year of publication: 2018
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Pages: 17-27
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/tner.2018.53.3.01
PDF: tner/201803/tner5301.pdf

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The principal objective of this research was to compare research productivity of top five universities in Indonesia and Malaysia. To reveal the purpose of this research, comparative research was conducted. Data collection was based on Scopus database. Findings showed that over the period 2000 – 2017, top five universities in Indonesia produced only 3000 – 9000, whereas top five universities in Malaysia produced 29,000 – 39,000 articles. The findings suggest that top five universities in Indonesia, or generally all universities in Indonesia, should encourage academics, lecturers, students, and researchers to produce more research articles.

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Author: Katarzyna Borzucka-Sitkiewicz
E-mail: katarzyna.borzuckasitkiewicz@us.edu.pl
Institution: University of Silesia in Katowice
Author: Katarzyna Kowalczewska-Grabowska
E-mail: katarzyna.kowalczewska-grabowska@us.edu.pl
Institution: University of Silesia in Katowice
Year of publication: 2018
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Pages: 28-38
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/tner.2018.53.3.02
PDF: tner/201803/tner5302.pdf

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The ‘Health Promoting School’ model provides a framework for school-based health promotion (HP) activities, which have become a major theme in the health and educational strategy in Europe. However, the issue of HP implementation is complex. The general purpose of this article is to report on the findings of a nationwide survey that examined the extent of HP implementation at schools in Poland. The research results presented in this paper are part of a broader research project which was conducted at the University of Silesia in Katowice (Poland) in cooperation with the University of Limerick (Ireland). The research was conducted by means of the questionnaire: “National Questionnaire on SPHE and Health Promoting Schools”, developed by the staff of the University of Limerick and adapted to Polish conditions. The questionnaires were sent to schools in Poland holding the National Health Promoting School (HPS) Certificate, one hundred and three of which were completed and returned and then analysed with respect to quantity and quality. Considering the theoretical assumptions of the idea analysed, the information obtained from the respondents describing health promotion at their schools was grouped into four categories: school environment; core curriculum and learning; partnership; policy and planning. It was determined that the work of these schools emphasises mostly two elements in building a health promoting school: the school environment along with core curriculum and learning, while the two other elements (partnership; policy and planning) are more poorly implemented.

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Author: Unifah Rosyidi
E-mail: unifahr@unj.ac.id
Institution: State University of Jakarta
Year of publication: 2018
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Pages: 39-48
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/tner.2018.53.3.03
PDF: tner/201803/tner5303.pdf

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Corporatizing university is among the typical strategic of higher education (HE) management that enables developed countries to successfully position their universities among the best ones in the world. In Indonesia, the varying quality of universities is influenced by several factors: limited funding, inadequate facilities, meager quality of lecturers and researchers, inefficient management, and ineffective use of public spending. Teese emerged as symptoms that point to a deep-seated obstacle faced by Indonesian universities, i.e., an inappropriate university management and financing model. This study attempted to reveal the essential problem underlying the symptoms and share some thoughts of how to resolve them. It is concluded that corporatizing university in the country is considered among the most effective strategies to establish world-class universities in the archipelago.

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Author: Slawomir Pasikowski
E-mail: slawomir.pasikowski@uni.lodz.pl
Institution: University of Lodz
Author: Katarzyna Karolina Zajda
E-mail: katarzyna.zajda@uni.lodz.pl
Institution: University of Lodz
Year of publication: 2018
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Pages: 49-61
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/tner.2018.53.3.04
PDF: tner/201803/tner5304.pdf

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The article presents the results of validation studies on the Inventory of Attitudes Towards Social Innovation. The measurement was conducted on public institution employees and members of non-governmental organizations, i.e., people who, due to their professional or social roles, participate in resolving local social problems. The study was conducted using cross-validation. Factor structure, internal consistency of the test and subscales, and stability over time were assessed using the test-retest method. The results indicate a three-factor structure of the phenomenon, as well as satisfactory psychometric properties of the inventory.

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Author: Nasrun Nasution
E-mail: nasrun.nst@gmail.com
Institution: Medan State of University
Year of publication: 2018
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Pages: 62-70
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/tner.2018.53.3.05
PDF: tner/201803/tner5305.pdf

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Improving teaching performance is most likely an act that leads to substantial gains in student learning, essential to know the strengths of teachers and those aspects of their practice which could be further developed. The objective of this research is to find out the effect of incentive, leadership, and work motivation on teacher performance. Research findings showed a direct effect of incentive reward on teacher performance, which reached the value of 0.350, whereas the indirect effect of incentive on teacher performance through work motivation was at the value of 0.155. The direct effect of school principal leadership on teacher performance was at the value of 0.156, whereas the indirect effect of school principal leadership on performance through work motivation was 0.094. The direct effect of work motivation on performance reached the value of 0.378.

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Author: Silva Bratož
E-mail: silva.bratoz@pef.upr.si
Institution: University of Primorska
Author: Mojca Žefran
E-mail: mojca.zefran@pef.upr.si
Institution: University of Primorska
Year of publication: 2018
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Pages: 71-84
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/tner.2018.53.3.06
PDF: tner/201803/tner5306.pdf

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The paper discusses the intrinsic potential offered by classroom interaction for language development. The first part examines several theoretical aspects and characteristics of classroom communication. The second part presents the results of a study which investigates different aspects of classroom interaction in foreign language teaching and the strategies used to encourage classroom communication in the target language. The study, which combines quantitative and qualitative research methods, is based on a survey of Slovene teachers teaching English in primary school. Results suggest that while the respondents are well aware of the benefits of using English in classroom communication, they generally use it in an arbitrary and unsystematic fashion. We would like to argue that we can contribute to the effectiveness of the teaching process by approaching classroom communication with a systematic and consistent format.

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Author: Luciana Maia Campos Machado
E-mail: luciana.machado@fipecafi.org
Institution: FIPECAFI
Author: Claudia Emiko Yoshinaga
E-mail: claudia.yoshinaga@fgv.br
Institution: FGV/EAESP
Year of publication: 2018
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Pages: 85-94
DOI Address: https://doi.org/10.15804/tner.2018.53.3.07
PDF: tner/201803/tner5307.pdf

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We have analyzed results of the Brazilian National Student Performance exam, applied by the Ministry of Education, to verify overconfidence in students. Looking at 549,487 student-level observations, we estimated an overconfidence score, comparing the perceived performance with the actual grade in two different parts of the exam. Ordered logit models suggest that overconfidence in Brazilian students is positively correlated with income and that overconfident students took less time to complete the exam. Contrary to previous studies conducted in other countries, male students presented lower overconfidence in our sample. Moreover, performance was inversely related to the overconfidence score, indicating that students with better performance “know more about what they do not know”, as already widely discussed in the education literature.

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