Educational Research Quarterly

Educational Research Quarterly is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 27, No. 2, December

Early Childhood Teachers' Attitudes toward Science Teaching: A Scale Validation Study
AbstractThe purpose of this study was to develop a teacher-rating instrument, the Early Childhood Teachers' Attitude Toward Science Teaching. Based upon a pre-existing scale measuring elementary teachers' attitudes toward science teaching, the "Revised...
Putting Service Learning Experiences at the Heart of a Teacher Education Curriculum
Introduction: A Tale of Two Student VolunteersWhat follows are excerpts from the journals of two young adults writing about their experiences in a service project. Note the differences between the content and attitudes reflected in their work. Aldous...
The Effects of Holocaust Education on Students' Level of Anti-Semitism
Since the 1970s Jewish and other religious organizations in the United States and elsewhere in the Western World have made a substantial effort to introduce the Holocaust as a subject for study in the curricula of public secondary schools as well as...
The Importance of Setting Learning Goals to Investigate the Effectiveness of Teacher Professional Development
AbstractProfessional development activities are learning environments for teachers just as classroom activities are a learning environment for students. Research on effective teaching is guided by the learning goals for students, and how these goals...