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. 130, No. 3, Spring

Acquired Levels of Geographical Concepts among 5th Grade Students
Introduction Around the world, the knowledge of geography has been effectively used. This knowledge has been used as the solution of mostly local and regional problems whereas from time to time, it has been used as the solution of global problems....
Adult Illiteracy: The Root of African Underdevelopment
Introduction African countries, without an exception, are generally categorized among "third world countries" which are characterized by underdevelopment of their human and natural resources and the poor quality of life of the majority of their...
An Examination of the Educational Programs Held for Juvenile Delinquents in Turkey
One of the crucial problems confronted in many countries all around the world today is the abundance of crime and violence. Crime rates seem considerably higher especially in the countries and cities where urbanization and population ratio is very...
Assessment Practices of Advanced Field Ecology Courses
Introduction Field trip experience is an essential part of student learning in an advanced ecology course. Learners enrolling in advanced ecology courses are comprised of upper-undergraduate and graduate students. The field ecology course introduces...
Biology Student Teachers' Conceptual Frameworks regarding Biodiversity
Biodiversity, the variety and variability of living organisms and the ecological patterns of which they are a part, has received a great deal of attention worldwide since the Rio Earth Summit in 1992 (van Weelie & Wals, 2002). The reasons for this...
Cooperative Learning Technique through Internet Based Education: A Model Proposal
1. INTRODUCTION Scientific and technological changes directly affect the education process. These changes help in solving the educational problems, but they also create some new educational problems. Humans, who know how live together with the problems...
Examining Language of Information Books for Children
Introduction Janet Hickman, a famous American writer with many prizes, points out the importance of information books in formation of children's knowledge related to the real world (personal communications, October 2007). Information books for children...
Group Counseling: Techniques for Teaching Social Skills to Students with Special Needs
Children with special needs experience difficulty in a wide variety of areas, all of which can influence their ability to learn and to use social skills. Some of these deficits can include; hyperactivity, distractibility, impulsivity, anxiety, emotional...
Improving Parent-Child Relationships through Block Play
Play and Development "Developing through playing" has become a well-known saying in early childhood education. Historically, the idea of child development through play is based on research and observation by many psychologists and educators. Looking...
Investigating Students Misbehavior in Classroom Management in State and Private Primary Schools with a Comparative Approach
Classes are the most important places for the educational processes because all the educational events take place in them. The expert who knows this fact begins to work on the Classroom Management concept and they are being helped to become an important...
Parent Involvement in School-Wide Social Skills Instruction: Perceptions of a Home Note Program
Social skills' training has traditionally been considered important for children with behavior or learning disorders (Townsend, 1994). Today many agree that schools should be attending to the social needs of all children (Zins, Bloodworth, Weissberg,...
Pulling out All the Stops
Students not majoring in mathematics and sciences often perceive mathematics as an abstract, rigid field that has little or no application in daily life. Mathematics teachers, on the other hand, are increasingly dissatisfied by student achievement...
The Effects of Coping Humour and Gender on College Adjustment in Turkish Freshmen
Introduction Many factors can impact a student's quality of life during the transition to college from high school. Incoming college freshmen are forced to adjust to a new social network, new living arrangements, financial concerns, and the standards...
The Gender Role Perceptions of Male Students at a Prestigious, Single-Gender, Catholic High School
Barriers to equity in education impact both genders. For girls this includes classroom teachers showing a preference to boys while ignoring the needs of girls, a lack of girls being pushed into upper level math and science classes, textbook bias that...
The Importance of the Ninth Grade on High School Graduation Rates and Student Success in High School
The Ninth-Grade Problem Researchers target ninth grade as the make or break year for completing high school. It is during the ninth-grade year that many students for the first time have to earn passing grades in core courses (Fulk, 2003). Satisfactiory...
The Personal Touch: A Guide to Acquiring Power within a College
The Informal System Is it possible to use the system for one's own personal gain? The answer is a resounding yes and the following is a blueprint for doing so within a college. This work explores the behind the scene informal structures that make...
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