European Journal of Social & Behavioural Sciences, The

Articles from Vol. 4, No. 1, January

An Analysis of Readiness of Education Students in the Use of Technology at Mississippi State University
1. Introduction: One of the long-term objectives of education is to further the student's ability to master ideas and skills,as well as, to form an opinion. Education is concerned with progress. Education increases the productive ability of the work...
Autonomy and Competence for Learning
1. Introduction:The autonomy axisAutonomy and personal initiative can be approached from different points of view, each of which results in a differential conceptualization and complements the rest. They can be considered from the aspect of competences,...
Comparison of the Effect of Three Methods of Creativity Development in Elementary Students in Tehran City
1. Introduction Creativity is man's best need in all the life's dimensions and a jump in his/her thinking. Creativity includes combination of known ideas. The strength of the human being's brain enables him/her to enjoy the talent for creativity and...
Connections between Theory and Practice in Teacher Education
1. Introduction: To produce world class teachers and empower them to educate generations of learners/scholar, the fundamental requirements have been clearly delineated in pedagogical subjects, there is need to train the prospective teachers with in-depth...
Continuing Professional Development: Views and Barriers toward Participation among Malaysian Pharmacists
1. Introduction: Practitioners of various professions have always strived to maintain or enhance their competences and skills in order to provide the best quality of service as demanded of them by their clients. To fulfil this need, they have to keep...
Development of A Self -Regulation Package for Academic Procrastination and Evaluation of Its Effectiveness
Introduction: Procrastination is regarded as a behavioral habit which is prevalent in different societies and is increasingly growing. This habit is along with postponing duties and tasks and has unpleasant consequences (Blunt, 1998). Rosario, Costa,...
Didactics: Between Modernity and Tradition
1. Introduction:Nowadays, the young teacher is confronted with a large amount of knowledge and skills to acquire with the impression that everything is based on his person: mastering knowledge to be taught, techniques to achieve the objectives, management...
Do Student Beliefs Differ by Ethnicity? Exploring Self-Perceptions
1. Introduction: Student beliefs have previously been shown to influence academic achievement (see Hattie, 2009). Concurrently, the academic outcomes of minority group students are of concern in many countries (e.g., the US, UK, New Zealand, Germany,...
Integrated Management Model for Learning Organization on Sufficiency Economy in Small School, Thailand
1. IntroductionThe basic concepts of sufficiency economy will lead to self-reliance education that based on the principles of Thai life styles. By depending on the aim of this sufficiency economy, it will channel the Thai people for their holistic development....
Iranian EFL Learners' Attitudes toward Correction of Oral Errors
1. IntroductionAs many language educators and researchers (e.g., Edge, 1989; Hendrickson, 1987 as cited in Katayama 2007) maintain, making errors is a necessary and natural process of language learning. Inevitably, learner errors and feedback to errors...
Leading Change in Teacher Education in Australia through University-School Partnerships
1. IntroductionThe need for comprehensive reform across the tertiary education and training sector has been highlighted in recent government reviews of higher education in Australia. With the release of the Bradley Review of Higher Education (2008) in...
Learning Style Preferences of Pharmacy Students
1. Introduction: Learning style is a term used to describe the different and preferred ways that people learn. In Pharmacy education, the broad coverage of topics and the constraints of time in classes could reduce the effectiveness of teaching-learning...
Mediation Competences in Adult Education and Training in Portugal and France1
1. Introduction:Over the last decade have been implemented and developed, in Portugal and in other European countries, with relevance to the case of France, new educational systems that seek to enhance, on one hand, the Lifelong Learning and, on the...
Mentoring Teachers in Prison Education - Experiences in Three Correctional Facilities in Belgium
1. IntroductionIn de early 1980s the need for mentoring beginning teachers emerged as a professional development strategy for several goals. One goal focuses solely on teachers who are just entering the profession, while two others extend the benefits...
Motivation-Based Teaching Practices
1. IntroductionAs learners approach the task of foreign language learning, they usually face difficulties which make the learning process tedious to embark upon and to sustain. A question which may, thus, be worth asking is: how can EFL learners continue...
Teacher Professional Development for Learning Organization on Sufficiency Economy in Small Schools
1. Introduction: The Thai government has created a philosophy of sufficiency economy as a guideline for living and practices for all the Thai citizens based on the national development plan under the King's philosophy of sufficiency economy. The main...
The Administration of Student Support System in the Education Extended School under the Office of Khon Kaen Primary Educational Service Area 4
1. IntroductionThe core curriculum of Basic School 2008, specified the things students should know and practice in the learning standard and indicator including: knowledge and competency, ethics and morality, desirable value. There were obtained the...
The Effectiveness of a Lifecycle Approach to Learning Project Management
1. Introduction: It can be claimed that almost everything we do in life is a project. Whether they are trivial tasks or complex business activities, they can all be classed as projects as long as they have an outcome, beginning and end. In a modern and...
Yearning for Learning: Engaging the Disengaged through Socially Inclusive University-Community Partnerships
1. IntroductionSocial injustices continue to be experienced by marginalised groups in Australia today and many Australians still face ongoing adversity or multiple forms of disadvantage in their lives, including mental health and physical problems, homelessness,...
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