Academic journal article International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education

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Academic journal article International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education

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This issue of the International Electronic Journal of Elementary Education comprises eleven articles. When I read the peer-viewed and accepted articles, what struck me was that after each article, I with an impulsive manner said Why not?

The first paper focuses on 'noise'. Why not? The second paper approaches to improvement of Mathematic knowledge among preservice teachers for teaching through children's literature. The article demonstrates a creative approach to Math teaching. Why not try an untraditional approach?

The third paper also has a creative approach to the content of elementary curriculum. Why always dinosaurs and not amenities? Why not start with the historical evidences in the neighborhood instead of those with historical evidences outside the children's neighborhood?

The fourth one is about the pedagogical thought of Leonid Zankov and teaching mathematics based on an alternative pedagogical approach. Why not?

The fifth one is about the cognitive processes with regard to the factors affecting the children's decision making. Why not? It's important to know the children's opinions and the possible underlying causes.

The sixth paper approaches reading in the light of recent research based knowledge from Neuroscience. Why not? After cognitive, socio-cognitive and social constructivism theory, Neuroscience is currently the main producer of knowledge that the researchers of reading can make use of.

The seventh paper addresses the accessibility of the quality educational services to children with Autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in Bosnia and Herzegovina. …

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