International Journal of Education

Articles from Vol. 6, No. 2, 2014

Another Type of Character Education: Citizenship Education
AbstractThe purpose of this paper is to share one specific section in the literature review of a doctoral dissertation. This paper aims at presenting research findings by different researchers and enabling readers to see an overview of an educational...
Classroom Management: A Tool for Achieving Quality Secondary School Education in Nigeria
AbstractThis paper has highlighted the theoretical perspective of classroom management with regards to its concept, problems and roles of the classroom teacher in achieving a good learning atmosphere for quality secondary education. It also looked at...
Creativity Expressed through Drawings in Early Childhood Education
AbstractIn our research we formulated the hypothesis that children create different meanings at their drawings through pictures of art and that these meanings are more original when the stimulus is a picture of art that belongs to the abstract art. The...
Ideal and Nonideal Theory: Untangling the Debate
AbstractIn reviewing some of the literature, ideal and non-ideal theories are presented as opposing or at least competing theories, in the same manner as are liberal and progressive theories of education. Some scholars suggest that ideal theory ought...
Impact of Student Engagement on Academic Performance and Quality of Relationships of Traditional and Nontraditional Students
AbstractThe purpose of this study was to determine the impact of the level of student engagement on academic performance and the quality of relationships with students, faculty, and administrative personnel of traditional and nontraditional students....
In Pursuit of Teachers' Views on the Use of Textbooks in Their Classroom Practice
AbstractThe main purpose of this study was to investigate the views of the teachers on the use of primary history textbooks in their history classroom lessons in Brunei Darussalam, and whether their views were aligned with the aims and objectives of...
Interviewing Successfully for Academic Positions: A Framework for Candidates for Asking Questions during the Interview Process
AbstractThe interview perhaps is the most influential factor in the academic employment process. Although curriculum vitae, cover letters, and recommendations are essential aspects that typically determine whether the candidate will be invited for interview,...
Reading Specialists' Perceptions and Pedagogical Practices towards Struggling Readers
AbstractThough concentrated efforts have focused on scientifically based instructional skills compulsory for reading development, they have failed to address the relationship between reading attitude and reading performance. Literacy experts have widely...
Replanting the Flower in Different Soil? A Critical Analysis of Education Borrowing in Hong Kong
AbstractThis paper critically analyses the impact the New Senior Secondary (NSS) has had on Hong Kong through Phillips and Ochs' four-stage model of policy borrowing in education. It argues that the Hong Kong government overlooked the fundamental contextual...
The Effect of Using Web-Cam Chat on Jordanian English Major Students' Paralinguistic Competence
AbstractThis action research project is an experimental study. It aims at investigating the effect of using web-cam chat on the development of university learners' paralinguistic competence. The population of the study included 460 students majoring...
The Study of Information Technology for Strengthening Organization Culture at the Centre of Development and Empowerment of Educators and Education Staffs in Mechanical and Industrial Engineering of Cimahi
AbstractThe Centre Of Development And Empowerment Of Educators And Education Staffs In Mechanical And Industrial Engineering Of Cimahi as an expression in the form of institutions or agencies, training is a social institution in which certain activities...
The Task-Based Syllabus: Promoting L2 Acquisition and Learner Empowerment in an EFL Classroom
AbstractThe purpose of this paper is to illustrate how the Task-Based Syllabus (TBS) can be used to promote L2 acquisition and learner empowerment in an English as a Foreign Language (EFL) context. The paper begins by reviewing definitions of the Task-Based...
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