International Journal of Education

Articles from Vol. 5, No. 1, 2013

Attitudes of Jordanian Badia Students towards the Use of Globalization Technologies
AbstractThe study aimed at exploring the different trends associated with the use of globalization technologies by students coming from Badia region. The study also looks at the impact of gender, the academic stage and the income of the family. A sample...
Educational Perspective Based on the Epistemological Foundations of Sadra-Ee Philosophy
AbstractThis research aims at analyzing the epistemological foundations of Sadra-ee wisdom, justifying educational elements based on that foundations and providing an educational perspective based on that. The research method has been philosophical analysis...
Enrich Practicum to Cultivate Effective Teachers
AbstractTo advance systems of teacher education, curriculums must be enhanced with relevant activities aligned with practicum experiences to enhance the value of their education. Acting as a bridge to connect knowledge learned at the university and practical...
Implementing and Assessing Student Performance Skills and Learning: A Policy Role-Playing Exercise
AbstractPerformance skills are important in all public institutions and workplaces, and they play a central role in social engagement and leadership. The ability to perform effectively and intelligently requires individual skills that improve with practice...
Implementing Inclusive Education in Cameroon: Evidence from the Cameroon Baptist Convention Health Board
AbstractThis article examines the implementation of inclusive education (IE) in Cameroon. Evidence in support of the practice in Cameroon is extrapolated from the activities of the SEEPD (socio-economic empowerment of persons with disabilities) program...
On the Relationship between the Social Intelligence and Aggression: A Case Study of High School Boy Students
AbstractThis study made an attempt to investigate the relationship between the social intelligence and aggression among the high school boy students in Kashan city, Iran. To conduct this study, descriptive-correlational research method was used. Descriptive...
Peer Pressure and Socioeconomic Status as Predictors of Student's Attitude to Examination Malpractice in Nigeria
AbstractExamination malpractice has remained a serious challenge to public examinations. The paper examined the influence of peer pressure and socioeconomic status and student's attitude toward examination malpractice. A survey design was employed using...
Role Ability among the Middle Class Principals (Khargone (M.P.) India)
AbstractRole ability is an influencive self-regulatory mechanism for enhancing the effectiveness of a person in a particular role. Present study aimed to investigate the level of various aspects of role ability among the principals of secondary schools...
Schoolgirls' Knowledge of, and Efforts against Risky Sexual Activity: The Needs for Sex Education in Schools
AbstractThis study explored schoolgirls' knowledge of sexual activity and their efforts against risky sexual activity including unplanned-premarital-pregnancies in Bagamoyo district and Shinyanga district, in Tanzania. Schoolgirls in Tanzania are under...
The Nature of Teacher Professional Misconduct in Tanzanian Public Primary Schools: The Case of Sumbawanga Municipal and Rural Districts
AbstractThis paper investigates the nature of teacher professional misconduct in Tanzanian public primary schools. It involves views and/or experience from different groups of stakeholders in education in Rukwa Region, more specifically in Sumbawanga...
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