Educational Research Quarterly

Educational Research Quarterly is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 24, No. 1, September

College Students' Perceptions of Faculty Approachability
College students' perceptions of approachable faculty were investigated in three studies. The first study employed qualitative interviews. The second was based upon Q-methodology and the third employed a ummated rating scale. All three studies found...
Current and Preservice Teachers' Knowledge and Attitudes about HIV Positive Students: Examination in a Southern Rural Community
This study assessed current and future educators' knowledge of HIV/AIDS and attitudes toward students with HIV/AIDS (SWHAs), including blame of social contact with, managing situations involving SWHAs. Support for mandated and additional HIV/AIDS training...
Developing and Writing Your Thesis, Dissertation, or Project
BOOK REVIEW: Developing and Writing Your Thesis, Dissertation, or Project William G. Webster, Sr. San Ramon, CA: Academic Scholarwrite Publishing and Consulting, 1998, Pp. 213. $39.95 (paper). ISBN: 0-9663667-0-0, Library of Congress Card Catalog Number...
Factor Structure of Perceived Individualization of Instruction: Argument for Multiple Perspective
One goal of this study was to investigate the factor structure underlying the individualization of instruction as perceived by (a) content area experts, and (b) teachers who received training in small class teaching. Another goal was to provide educational...
Institutional Publication Productivity in Selected Educational Research Journals, 1988-1997
Members of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education were surveyed to determine the five journals which "make the most scholarly contribution to the general field of education. " The resulting five journals were, in ranked order: American...
Partnership Programming: A Strategy for Successful Training Programs
Trainers today are faced with the imperative need to review their current programming practices and develop programs that are more collaborative and more assuring. Partnership programming offers a powerful tool for conducting successful training programs....
Views of Improving the Preparation of Social Studies and History Teachers: Involving Preservice Teachers with History Museums
This paper proposes that preservice and inservice teachers be afforded opportunities to acquire skills in teaching social studies through utilization of museum resources. Reform requires collaboration among experts in teacher preparation and museum education...