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academic performance. Considering peers, answers could also have been influenced by a side of social comparison which has an effect on self-perception, even though this did not appear explicitly in the interview. Elements of this sort of social comparison

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classroom, the capability of the team to work together in the future. The main issue of chapter six: How the schools make time for teachers to collaborate? We can read about some schools and districts explicitly build time into teachers' schedules to enable

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, productivity, efficiency, competition, improvement, innovation and entrepreneurship. The aspects production is formalized and explicit, imposed from outside, and its motives, while other elements are instilled in the psyche of individuals so that they are self

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commonly agreed topics are being covered by every teacher of the school. The school in this project explicitly names visits of concerts in it's school curriculum connected to the field of musical environment. Other topics in this field are the music

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. Providing students with a competitive educational environment Explicit encouragement of competition Test results are made public Ability based grouping and seating 3. Societal considerations: competition is a cause or an effect of cram school attendance

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table. A selection of mentoring programmes in Germany that are conceptually relatively close to “ Schule für alle” was taken into account. As can be seen in Table 1 , some projects are explicitly aimed at university students of teacher-training courses

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educational disadvantage are presented with a focus on the contribution of schools to the reproduction of educational disadvantage. The competences regarding the ability to reflect and cooperate, which are emphasized in the context of inclusion, are explicitly

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-driven, practice-based or workplace innovation has also been described as ‘current, emergent, spontaneous, informal and unplanned’ which ‘may not be part of the explicit agenda of the organization’ but might lead to the ‘remaking everyday work practice’ ( Høyrup

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involves attracting foreign students rather than high-quality research. However, systematic monitoring of internationalization goals is not typical. If it is, then it is usually done for a less explicit, but crucial goal: to increase revenues. Although the

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kindergartens requires the rewriting of the pedagogical programme, which entails the unification of group diaries, the reorganisation of work groups and the task of community building. The plan for the formation of a learning society appears explicitly in three

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