International Journal of Education

Articles from Vol. 5, No. 2, 2013

A Lesson Study as a Development Model of Professional Teachers
AbstractThe study aims to 1) identify the teachers' problem to develop a development model of professional teachers with a lesson study-based approach at Muhammadiyah Schools of Sukoharjo regency, 2) find an effective lesson study model as a development...
An International Discourse on Culture in the Classroom: Teachers from Four Countries Share Their Perspectives
AbstractResearchers explored perspectives of teachers from four countries about how they recognize and address their students' cultural backgrounds; how they incorporate students' culture into their teaching; and what impact their efforts have on the...
Causes of Students Drop out in General Education in the Directorate of Education Schools in Karak Governorate from the Point of View of School
AbstractThe study aims to identify the relative importance of each paragraph of the reasons paragraph for dropping out of school, and for each of the reasons for dropping out of school from the viewpoint of school principals and teachers in school districts...
Developing a Measurement Model for Undergraduate Program in Logistics
AbstractDimensions for undergraduate degree program in logistics are very limited in literature, especially in the Malaysian scenario. This research explores the construction of measurement model on undergraduate degree program in logistics. Data on...
Educational Experiences and Transformative Learning in Higher Education in Greece: A Case Study with Student Teachers
AbstractThis article explores the educational experiences involving students as well as which of those had contributed to their perspective transformation. The research tools used were the questionnaire (Learning Activities Survey) and the semi-structured...
Engineering Students' Perceptions on the Pedagogical Practice of Teachers
AbstractThis study surveyed Brazilian engineering (n = 252) students' perceptions of teaching and learning strategies most frequently used by teachers at a public institution in south Brazil. Responses were analyzed using descriptive statistics, coefficient...
Family Language Policy, Language Practice, Motivation, and Planning among Israeli Arab Students in Wingate Institute's Preparatory Program
AbstractFamily language policy (FLP) and language use in different domains and relationships was investigated in thirteen Israeli-Arab students enrolled in an institution of higher education in Israel. Participants came from Arabic FLPs, communities,...
Guidance-Counselling Strategies and Conformity with Code of Conduct in Secondary Schools in Gulu Municipality, Uganda
AbstractThe purpose of this research paper is to demonstrate that guidance and counselling strategies play a central role in school efforts to improve learners' levels of conformity with the code of conduct. A cross sectional parallel sample survey design...
Living the Vision: A Disadvantaged and Marginalized Alternative School's Perspective on School Culture and Educational Change
Abstract The United States' educational system have responded to school reform needs over the last several decades, but had little success in producing meaningful change. In this paper, we argue that there is a need to engage in a more inclusive social...
Post Graduate Student and Their Ability of Processing Educational Research Skills from Their Perspective in Jordanian Educational Faculties
AbstractThe study aimed at investing the ability extent of post graduate students in education science faculties in Jordan in processing education research from their point of view and the differences between postgraduate student of having such skills...
Reference List Errors in Manuscripts Submitted to a Journal for Review for Publication
AbstractStyle errors outlined in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) were examined among 131 manuscripts submitted to Research in the Schools, a nationally refereed journal, over a 6-year period. Specifically, a mixed...
Subject Content-Efficacy and Skills Proficiency of Trainee Agriculture Teachers Holding National Certificate in Agriculture, Zimbabwe
AbstractThe purpose of the study was to determine the extent to which trainee agriculture teachers, with a National Certificate in Agriculture qualification, were confident in their ability to teach with respect to subject content and practical skills....
The Importance of Statistical Analysis in the Development of the Capabilities of Faculty Members in the BAU
AbstractThis study seeks to assess the needs of faculty members at the University of Baku Applied in the use of statistical analysis software and activate it to improve performance, through polling on how to activate the use of these programs in the...
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