College Student Journal

Founded in 1966, College Student Journal is an education periodical covering the education field. Project Innovation publishes this journal quarterly. The Editor is George Uhlig.

Articles from Vol. 45, No. 4, December

Assessing Safety: A Campus-Wide Initiative
Student behavior inside and outside of the classroom is an issue that impacts faculty, students, student affairs personnel, and the entire college community. Any type of violence or disrespectful behavior can disrupt the learning process. Due to recent...
Comparing Educational Leadership Course and Professor Evaluations in On-Line and Traditional Instructional Formats: What Are the Students Saying?
As colleges and universities compete for student enrollment, the emergence of on-line instruction has become a world-wide reality. This study investigated course candidates' evaluations of a course and professor that was delivered in two distinctly...
Current Language Attitudes of Mainland Chinese University Students
This paper reports on an investigation of Chinese university EFL learners' attitudes towards English and Chinese in relation to their motivation to learn the language and awareness of their ethnic identity. 302 university students answered a 22-item...
Dissonance in the Critical Classroom: The Role of Social Psychological Processes in Learner Resistance
Whereas the extant literature on critical pedagogy is ripe with discussions of resistance to oppressive conditions, only modest attention has been devoted to resistance to consciousness-raising education. Drawing on a diverse body of literature, this...
Does Integrating Technology-Based Attendance into Teacher Education Program Improve Student Achievement in Kuwait?
This research addresses the benefits of integrating a technology-based attendance system based on classroom management techniques (CAMTs and CARs) in the teacher education program in Kuwait. Several areas of attendance research are described, such...
Educational Attainment, Agricultural Jobs and Income among Alumni from Historically Black Land-Grant Colleges and Universities
BACKGROUND. Little is known about educational attainment, agricultural jobs and income among graduates from Historically Black Land-Grant College and Universities. In this study, we examined the impact of educational attainment on type of jobs among...
Ideal-Real Self-Concept and State-Trait Anxiety in Turkish University Students According to CHAID Analysis
The purpose of this research is to determine the relationship between ideal and real self-concept and state-trait anxiety of the university students, and variables such as age, gender, and income according to CHAID analysis. The instruments used for...
Life Experiences of Overseas Chinese University Students in Taiwan
Through in-depth interviews employing a phenomenological method, this study attempts to advance the understanding of the life experience of overseas Chinese students (OCS) who have expressed a sense of satisfaction about their university experience...
Parenting Style, Academic Dishonesty, and Infidelity in College Students
The purpose of this study was to determine whether a significant correlation existed between parental authoritativeness and adult children's attitudes towards academic dishonesty and infidelity. The researchers recruited 109 psychology students and...
Resource Allocation and Management Strategies in Times of Fiscal Constraint and Their Impact on Students
This study examined the type of management and resource allocation strategies implemented by senior-level academic administrators to handle fiscal constraint. A survey was distributed to 2,965 senior-level administrators at all 166 Public Doctoral/Research...
Revving Up and Staying Up: Energy Drink Use Associated with Anxiety and Sleep Quality in a College Sample
Associations among caffeinated energy drink use, anxiety, and sleep quality were examined in a young adult sample (N = 107). A 7-day retrospective survey methodology was used to assess consumption rates among college student athletes, ROTC cadets,...
Show What You Know: ePortfolios for 21st Century Learners
The ePortfolio, using LiveText, as a publishing tool has students in a safe environment to research, read, write, collaborate, and publish in an engaging and motivating manner. Introduction Extensive research has been conducted by leading organizations...
Sources of Stress among Gender and Classification for African American College Students
The purpose of this study was to examine sources of stress among African American college students at a private historically black college and university (HBCU). A convenient sample (N = 95) of students from classes in the Department of Health and...
The Game Changer: Using iPads in College Teacher Education Classes
This article reports the findings of a study to examine the practicality and efficacy of using tablet computers in the Higher Education classroom. Students in a senior level teacher preparation class were provided with Apple iPads for 10 weeks to aid...
The Impressions (Images) of Teacher Candidates about Basic School Inspectors
The aim of this study is to determine the impressions of teacher candidates on basic school inspectors. In this study descriptive method was used. The population of this study comprises students who study in the faculty of Education in Usak University....
The Master's Degree in Education
There are selected individuals and groups who are critical of the master's degree in education. They believe that a teacher securing the degree does not result in improved public school instruction. Secretary of Education Ame Duncan, among others,...
The Relationship between Television Watching and Language Achievement in First Secondary Students in Jordanian Schools
This study explores the relationship between TV watching practice, types of TV programs watched, TV watching length, parental educational level, and gender with the language achievement. To that end, a questionnaire measuring language achievement levels...
Understanding the Early Integration Experiences of First-Generation College Students
Because first-generation college students have lower retention and graduation rates, this study focused on their early integration experiences. Specifically, multiple regressions were conducted to examine the predictors of social integration, academic...
Using Market Research to Understand Health Behaviors among College Students
Problem: Tobacco industry market research defines segments of college students by psychographic characteristics to inform marketing campaigns. This study uses a similar approach to define college student market segments and examines rates of smoking,...