International Journal of Education

Articles from Vol. 5, No. 4, 2013

An Assessment of Sustainability across the Campus
AbstractAcross the curriculum approaches have been used successfully with a variety of topics to demonstrate the importance of skills and ideas across topical areas. Sustainability is a logical candidate for an across the curriculum approach because...
(Auto) Biographical Methodologies to Enhance Learning and Perspectives
AbstractIn order to interpret and learn from complex issues of the past, we must have a deep and well-versed understanding of human history; to do so, many educators and researchers have demonstrated that teaching students to develop multiple perspectives...
Contextual Math Learning Based on Lesson Study Can Increase Study Communication
AbstractThe aim of the research is to examine the conceptual design of learning contectual math based on lesson study. The impact of try out is the changing math study communication. The research used qualitative design. The research location is elementary...
Educational Justice, Transformative Leadership Practices, and Special Needs Students
AbstractThis mixed methods study investigated the extent to which transformative leadership (TL) practices of school administrators were considered with particular regard to special needs students in various public schools in Southern California. 26...
Effectiveness of Multi-Cycle DEAL Teaching Model to Improve the Science Concept of Elementary School Students
AbstractThis study aims to determine the effectiveness of Multi-Cycle DEAL teaching model to improve elementary students' mastery of science concepts. The subject of this study was fourth grade elementary school students in Surabaya. The research was...
Evaluation of Science Learning Supervision on Secondary Schools
AbstractThis research aims were (1) the support of the policy, (2) the resources, and (3) the implementation of science learning supervision, (4) the performance of secondary science teachers in Gorontalo City. The conclusions that (1) the supervision...
Mind the Gap: Fostering Scholarship-into-Practice for Advanced Practice Nursing Students through Embedded Librarianship
AbstractIn recent years, librarianship has been increasingly recognized as a critical component of inter-professional healthcare education. This manuscript describes how innovative coordination between libraries and university healthcare programs can...
Obstacles of E-Learning in the Jordanian Secondary Schools from the Perspective of the Teachers in Amman Fifth Directorate of Education
AbstractThis study aimed to reveal the obstacles in using e-learning in the curriculum of the Jordanian ministry of education on the electronic website of the ministry from the teachers of secondary level through answering the following two questions:1....
Strategies to Teach Sight Words in an Elementary Classroom
AbstractThe theoretical framework within which this article defines and describes the teaching of reading in early childhood education is derived from the work Ehri (1995). Ehri is professor of educational psychology at New York University. Professor...
Teacher Preparation, Professional Development, and Long-Term English Learners
AbstractThis article presents a synthesis of research linking Long-Term English Learners (LTELs) and the underprepared schools and teachers they have encountered. The purpose of this article, though small in scope, is to explore the policies, practices,...
The Implementation of Sundanese Leadership Values in Education Management: A Study on "DasaPasanta" in School Principal Leadership Based on Sundanese Cultural Values of Leadership
Abstract"DasaPasanta" Sundanese leadership style, particularly, focuses on a certain way of giving orders in which the person commanded can follow the orders properly. DasaPasanta consists of the following aspects: 1) guna, 2) ramah, 3) ho'okeun, 4)...
The "Nativist Turn" and the Crisis in University Education in Zimbabwe
AbstractNational socio-economic development cannot succeed in a country with a malfunctioning education system. The adoption of nativist policies and practices in Zimbabwe since the year 2000 was met with peaceful resistance from the public university...
The Sky Is the Limit: Being the Best We Can
AbstractThe model of developing excellence in education differentiates between two processes of excellence. The first is a comparable excellence, in which you compare yourself to others and will be referred to in this article as "excellence." The second...
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