Education

Founded in 1880, Education is a quarterly journal owned and published by Project Innovation. Editorial headquarters are located in Mobile, Ala. Education has an estimated subscription base of 2,900 readers. The journal specializes in the publication of original research and theoretical analysis of subject matter related to innovations in education and teacher preparation. These areas of study and inquiry are applicable to educators across a broad range of teaching, learning and education. The journal accepts unsolicited manuscripts. However, as Education is independently operated and does not receive funding from membership dues or advertising, authors or their sponsoring organization are required to pay a fee for the publication of their material in the journal. The Editor of Education is Phil Feldman.

Articles from Vol. 115, No. 1, Fall

Academic Motivation as a Moderator of the Effects of Teacher Immediacy on Student Cognitive and Affective Learning
According to the process model of instruction (Nisbet and Entwistle, 1988), student learning is affected not only by what is taught in relation to students interests and abilities and even how it is taught, but also by the relationship between teacher...
A Special Educational Milestone: Southern University Inaugurates Its Doctoral Program
Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have been provided inadequate resources for establishing graduate programs, especially graduate programs beyond the master's level. Of the 107 HBCUs in the United States, fifteen currently offer the...
A Strategy for Maintaining the Idealistic Perceptions of Preservice Teachers
Through the years, educators have pondered how to preserve the idealism of preservice teachers in the midst of the pragmatism of practicing professionals. The humaneness, ideals, energy, commitments, and most of all, the university promulgated theories,...
A Survey of College Students' Reactions to Their K-12 Teachers and Schools
We surveyed 200 college freshmen for their reactions to their school experiences and teachers by asking them to fill out a questionnaire which included the following questions: 1. What are some of your most vivid, positive memories of school these past...
Educating Minority Students for the Health Professions: Taking a Quantum Leap to Meet the Challenge
The Challenge Health care reform in the United States has emerged as the most important social issue for the 90s. An essential component of this reformation is the need to change the system currently used to educate health professionals. The challenge...
Eight Principles for 'Total Quality' Schools
In June, 1991, from a video screen in the Galleria Marriot in Houston, Dr. W. Edwards Deming, the American who came up with the Japanese theory of management, asked 700 individuals in middle-management the question "How are we doing?" He then answered...
Principals as Facilitators for School Site-Based Management Team
Background and Introduction Many of the current proposals for educational reform include recommendations for site-based management (Leithwood, 1992; Lindquist & Mauriel, 1989). The philosophy underlying the recommendation for site-based management...
Reduction of a Classroom Behavior Problem through a Multiple-Element Intervention
Decreasing inappropriate behaviors and increasing the on-task behaviors of students with developmental disabilities is a primary concern of classroom teachers and parents. A variety of behavioral procedures have been used to accomplish these goals. Students...
Role of Washington and His War Family as Architects of the U.S. Constitution
The story of how Washington's Wav Family served as architects of the U.S. Constitution. Anderson's Masonic Constitutions of 1723 served as the basis for the Virginia plan, which was supported by Washington's war family and became the nucleus for the...
Service Learning: A New Approach in Higher Education
During the fall semester of 1990, the Southern University System became the first public institution in the state of Louisiana to require its students to render sixty clock hours of community volunteerism for graduation. It was envisioned that the community...
The Critical Need for Teachers of Preschoolers with Special Needs and Their Families: Southern University's Response
Since the late nineteenth century, a demand for teachers specifically trained to use current methods of teaching young children in preschool settings has increased (McLean & Johnston, 1992). Responding to that demand, colleges and universities have...
The Status of Teacher Preservice Preparation for Parent Involvement: A National Study
A National Study Over the past decade, research articles and position statements have consistently supported parent involvement in the education process. Research has found that children perform better academically when their parents are involved (Coleman,...
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