Educational Research Quarterly

Educational Research Quarterly is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 21, No. 4, June

Changing Anticipated Mathematics Teaching Style and Reducing Anxiety for Teaching Mathematics among Pre-Service Elementary School Teachers
Changing Anticipated Mathematics Teaching Style and Reducing Anxiety for Teaching Mathematics among Pre-service Elementary School Teachers1 Prior to participating in a mathematics methods course, pre-service elementary school teachers reported anxiety...
Higher Education Curricula: Investigating the Framework of an Expert Systems Model
The uthors examine how experts systems obtain and process information, and use and expert systems exucational model as one way to consider how universities can approach overall education. We begin by identifying three main goals of education, and with...
Perceived Problems with Social Security Disability Claims among School-Aged Children
We surveyed III certified school personnel to assess their attitudes toward Social Security Disability claims among school-aged children. Respondents reported a significant increase in referrals in the 92-93 school year over the 91-92 school year. Overall...
The Relationship of Students' Social and Academic Integration in High School to Self-Perceptions of Academic Achievement
Tinto (1975) developed a model to explain why students either persist or dropout of college. Briefly, the model suggested that students enter college with certain background characteristics, interact both socially and academically with the institution,...
Transition from Primary to Middle School: Pupil Perceptions of Peer Interaction
This study examined pupil-pupil perceptions of peer status across primary to middle school grade levels: 3rd-5th. A structured interview technique was designed to examine the interactive characteristics that peers considered important, and the relationship...