Academic journal article International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education

Note from Editor in Chief

Academic journal article International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education

Note from Editor in Chief

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Dear IEJEE Readers,

We are approaching a new fall with a comprehensive number of International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education (IEJEE).

Researchers Demir, Kilinc and Dogan are addressing the development of efficient study skills among 7th graders and the impact of curriculum on these skills.

Dundar and Akcayir of Kirikkale University, Turkey, based on an experimental study with 20 5th graders discuss the effect of text reading with tablet PCs and printed books.

Dunst presents the positive effects of two studies in which Kids on the Block (KOB) puppet shows were used to increase the elementary students' knowledge and the attitudes toward individual with disabilities.

Habók of University of Szeget, Hungary, addresses the important role of concept mapping for facilitation of meaningful learning.

Erwin, Fedewa and Ahn take up physical ectivity intervention and discuss the impact of their pilot study on the students' reading fluency and mathematics scores.

Lee and Hughes of University of Illinois, USA, address poetry comprehension among elementary students with learning disabilities.

Researchers Kolovelonis, Goudas and Dermitzaki of University of Thessaly, Greece, examine the 5th and 6th graders performance calibration and self-regulated learning in PE. …

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