Journal of Education and Learning

Articles from Vol. 2, No. 4, 2013

Analysis of Social Cohesion in Health Data by Factor Analysis Method: The Ghanaian Perspective
AbstractWe investigated the study of the overall social cohesion of Ghanaians. In this study, we considered the paramount interest of the involvement of Ghanaians in their communities, their views of other people and institutions, and their level of...
Application of Matrix Outcome Mapping to Constructively Align Program Outcomes and Course Outcomes in Higher Education
AbstractEstablishing a link between Course Learning Outcomes (LOs) and Program Outcomes (POs) while assessing the course contents and delivery are among the most challenging issues in Higher Education. In the present study two forms were generated based...
Changes in Study Strategies of Medical Students between Basic Science Courses and Clerkships Are Associated with Performance
AbstractWe tested the hypothesis that medical students change their study strategies when transitioning from basic science courses to clerkships, and that their study practices are associated with performance scores. Factor scores for three approaches...
Constituting the Identity of an Elementary School Teacher in the 21st Century World of Teaching and Learning
AbstractThe study uses teacher identity as a lens to explore how teachers make sense of their work and constitute professional identities in the often complex world of teaching and learning. Three teachers who completed the same teacher preparation program...
Differentiation of Teachers' and Principals' Engagement in Distributed Leadership According to Their Demographic Characteristics
AbstractThe role of leadership in the educational process has come to the forefront of international research through the establishment of new organizations and the number of studies that have been conducted. New concepts and types of leadership enter...
Discipline Disproportionality among Hispanic and American Indian Students: Expanding the Discourse in U.S. Research
AbstractWhile disproportionality in discipline referrals and discipline action has been fairly well established among African American students in the United States, especially males in urban school districts, little research has looked at disproportionality...
Elementary School Teachers and Mathematics: Communities of Practice and an Opportunity for Change
AbstractThis paper investigates the transformation of new elementary teachers in their understanding of mathematics in relation to pedagogy and learning. By participating in an intentionally created community of practice, new elementary school teachers,...
Gender and Autonomy-Supportive Contexts: Theoretical Perspectives of Self-Determination and Goal Setting
AbstractIn integrating theoretical perspectives of self-determination and goal-setting, this study proposes a conceptual model with moderating and mediating effects exploring gender issue in autonomy-supportive learning in higher education as research...
Helping Second Language Literature Learners Overcome E-Learning Difficulties: LET-NET Team Teaching with Online Peer Interaction
AbstractThis study presents and discusses results from an EFL second language literature program in which the instructional design included a team teaching scheme, blended learning practice, and computer-mediated peer-interaction. The team teaching plan...
Investigating Kindergarten Parents' Selection of After-School Art Education Settings in Taiwan
AbstractThe research purpose was to investigate kindergarten parents' selection of after-school art education settings in Taiwan. A review of the literature and interviews with parents were conducted to identify several possible factors that would impact...
Lecturers' Perception of Strategies for Enhancing Business Education Research in Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria
AbstractBusiness education programme seems to have been faced with inadequate qualitative research in tertiary institution in Nigeria. The study therefore, assessed the strategies for enhancing Business Education research. Two research questions and...
Metacognitive Strategies to Chinese College English Learners: A Real Gold or Only with a Golden Cover
AbstractWith the advent of computer-assisted autonomous learning, English listening has become more challangable to Chinese college English learners. Metacognitive strategies, often adopted in process-based approach emphasizes more on the listening process....
Pre-Service Teachers' Middle-Level Lessons on World Religions: Planning, Teaching, and Reflecting
AbstractThe purpose of this study was to examine how 22 elementary pre-service teachers (PSTs) planned and taught lessons on world religions to 7th-grade students. Pre- and post-lesson interview transcripts, lesson observations, as well as PST lesson...
Students' Perception of Daylight Illumination in the School Workshop as a Determinant for Effective Students' Task Performance in Workshop Practice
AbstractThe study investigated daylight illumination in the school workshop as a determinant for effective students' task performance in workshop practice. 183 NCE Technical students in 300 Level which comprised of 73 and 112 students from Federal Colleges...
Study on the Competency of Bilingual Art Teachers Based on the Psychology Capital Intervention Model
AbstractIn this globalization era, it is an important strategy to focus on the core status of bilingual art teachers in the internationalization of higher education. And it is necessary to prepare a thorough, detailed, well-designed assessment criterion...
Teacher Judgment of Reading Achievement: Cross-Sectional and Longitudinal Perspective
AbstractAnalyses were conducted, using the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study, Kindergarten Class (ECLS-K) database, to compare teachers' judgment of reading skill with direct measures of reading performance for kindergarten, first grade, and third grade...
Technological Readiness of the UAE Higher Education Institutions for the 21st Century
AbstractEducational institutions are considered as main indicator of a nation's competitiveness and the excellence of implementing their goals and objectives increase a nation's sense of competitiveness. Thus, it is important to receive a progress report...
The Combination Design of Enabling Technologies in Group Learning: New Study Support Service for Visually Impaired University Students
AbstractThis article aims to show how the process of new service technology-based development improves the current study support service for visually impaired university students. Numerous studies have contributed to improving assisted aid technology...
The Need for a Deeper Perspective of Education to Make Way for an Authentic Learning Experience
AbstractThis paper discusses some of the limitations of our common practices as educational practitioners. We may not pay attention to the needs of a neurodiverse society. Instead, we may incorrectly assume the existence of idealistic individuals in...
The Social Treatment of Ex-Dropouts Reenrolled in Secondary School in South Africa
AbstractDropout recovery and return to school is an education access priority for government in countries in both the western and non-western worlds. In a qualitative investigation involving a sample of dropouts who had re-enrolled in secondary school...
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