Education

Founded in 1880, Education is a quarterly journal owned and published by Project Innovation. Editorial headquarters are located in Mobile, Ala. Education has an estimated subscription base of 2,900 readers. The journal specializes in the publication of original research and theoretical analysis of subject matter related to innovations in education and teacher preparation. These areas of study and inquiry are applicable to educators across a broad range of teaching, learning and education. The journal accepts unsolicited manuscripts. However, as Education is independently operated and does not receive funding from membership dues or advertising, authors or their sponsoring organization are required to pay a fee for the publication of their material in the journal. The Editor of Education is Phil Feldman.

Articles from Vol. 129, No. 3, Spring

An Evaluation of the Materialization of the Latent Functions of Education According to Student Perceptions
The rapid technological developments which started in the 20th century have transformed literacy from being a luxury in most pre-industrial societies to being a social requirement (Drucker, 1970, p.70). Today, education is not only a requirement but...
Assistive Technology: What Every School Leader Should Know
As a school leader many questions are asked and demands are made regarding special education services for students with disabilities. Are you as a school leader prepared to represent the needs of the school while protecting the rights of students who...
Building Teacher-Family Partnerships: The Role of Teacher Preparation Programs
Most people believe in and support the notion that all students should be given an opportunity to realize their full potential for success and that no child should fail and be left behind. Unfortunately, the emphasis on increasing student achievement,...
"But I Teach Math!" the Journey of Middle School Mathematics Teachers and Literacy Coaches Learning to Integrate Literacy Strategies into the Math Instruction
There was a time mathematics teachers focused on teaching the subject matter and nothing else. If teachers understood the symbols, models, proofs, and the language of the mathematical strands, they would be considered "a good teacher." Increasingly,...
Comparing Self and Expert Assessments of Counseling Skills before and after Skills Training, and upon Graduation
The American Counseling Association ethical guidelines (2005) require counselors to continually monitor their own effectiveness and to avoid over-stepping their boundaries of competence. These mandates are intended to ensure that counselors know when...
Effective Technique for Consistent Evaluation of Negotiation Skills
Business school curricula, such as finance, accounting, and MBA programs generally emphasize content or quantitative skills. At the same time, employers recognize the need for graduates who possess interpersonal skills, and recommend that undergraduate...
Functions of History Education: History Teacher Trainees' Perspective
History awareness, historical experience and thus history education is a basic reference point for adapting the ways in which individuals and societies perceive the future (Bruner, 1990; Fosnot, 1996; Kuhn, Cheney& Weinstock, 2000). Studies on...
Gift of Tongues: Passing the Ohio Mathematics Graduation Test
In April, 2008, the Education Research Center released its study, Cities in Crises: A Special Analytic Report on High School Graduation. The report ranks the graduation rates for the principal school districts serving the nation's 50 largest cities....
New Perspectives on the Education and Career of the Students of the Health Services Vocational College
The production of knowledge accelerates with the rate of the developing technology and new types of jobs are needed parallel to these developments (1). In this perspective, the training of manpower titled with technician in 4 semi-semesters of educational...
Parent and Adolescent Interaction in Television Advertisements as Consumer Socialization Agents
Young people today become consumers at an earlier age than their parents used to do. Indeed, they become consumers in their own right while they are still children (Ahava and Palojoki, 2004; Brusdal, 2006). Young people in modern societies need things...
Self-Efficacy Perceptions of Prospective Social Studies Teachers in Relation to History Teaching
Self-efficacy is one of the important concepts of the social cognitive theory. It can be defined as individual's perception of his or her own capabilities for organizing and successfully executing the courses of action required to attain designated...
Students Perception of the Role of Parents in Academia and Continued Examination Malpractice
Examination is a process of evaluating the extent to which education has taken place in the individual. It determines the recipients' level of proficiency in all the subjects tested as well as their ability to utilize the knowledge and skills effectively....
Supporting the Preparation of Beginning Teachers with Online Assessment Products
Teacher education has come under fire in recent years with calls for reforms that will help improve the achievement of K12 students. Since the implementation of the No Child Left Behind Legislation (NCLB, 2002) in the United States (US), professionals...
Teaching and Learning Moral Values through Kindergarten Curriculum
Most prominent research studies (e.g., Kohlberg, 1958, 1973, 1971, 1981, 1984) on moral development and moral reasoning have been conducted longitudinally. For example, Kohlberg's studies particularly emphasized people's progression in developing moral...
The Body Language Behaviours of the Chairs of the Disputes According to the Disputants
Since the human being is a kind of creature that can think and can produce thoughts, dispute is one of very natural activity of them. Thinking is a detailed activity that includes some mental efforts like querying, criticising, listening and speaking...
The Contributions of New Curriculum to Full Time Mainstreaming Education in Turkey
Education is a basic way in reaching individual, environmental and social success, and it is a powerful way of achieving peace, freedom, social justice and universal integrity goals. For this reason, it is necessary to provide a continuous change and...
The Effect of Gender, Socio-Economic Status and School Location on Students Performance in Nigerian Integrated Science
Educators are incessantly concerned about the need to improve academic achievement especially in the sciences. The plethora of researches on students academic achievement in the sciences, is a testimony to this concern (e.g. Bajah, 1979; Babalola,...
The Leadership Behaviours of Teachers in Primary Schools in Turkey
Leadership is the ability to gather individuals around some specific objectives by motivating them to fulfill these objectives co-operatively. Leaders should have some qualities such as having vision, giving confidence, being adoptable, taking risk,...
Turkish Language and Literature Education in Turkey (Brief History-Problems-Recommendations)
The purpose of this study is to seek a solution to the problem by approaching the matter as to how to provide language and literature education, which is still a debatable matter in Turkey, from a historical dimension. In an attempt to be able to offer...