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. 125, No. 4, Summer

Business and Education as Push-Pull Processes: An Alliance of Philosophy and Practice
The U.S. public and higher education curriculum development process has become increasingly customer-centric in the past decade. In embracing this customer-centric approach, academia is imitating the process and success of industry. Weidmer and Harris...
Collegiality, Collaboration and Kuleana: Complexity in a Professional Development School
Introduction Many school/university partnerships have formed under the banner of a Professional Development School (PDS). The goal of many of these partnerships is to leverage change by transforming models of traditional professional development....
Communication Based Emotional Support Differences between Professors and Teaching Assistants (1)
Instructional communication scholars have found that teacher-student relationships have an impact on students' cognitive and affective learning (Frymier & Houser, 2000). College students' perceptions of their college experience are often determined...
Developmentally and Culturally Inappropriate Practice in U.S. Early Childhood Programs,early Childhood Programs,kindergarten Programs: Prevalence, Severity, and Its Relationship with Teacher and Administrator Qualifications
The late 1960s witnessed the beginning of tremendous expansion of early childhood programs in the U.S. Over the past few decades, enrolling young children, ranging from infants of several months old to young children of 4 or 5 years old, in some kind...
Dialogue and Action: Addressing Recruitment of Diverse Faculty in One Midwestern University's College of Education and Human Services
Wright State University, a mid-sized institution of higher education, located in Dayton, Ohio, accepts and respects the uniqueness of each member of its learning community. The Wright State Diversity Statement proclaims an intent to be a "model for...
Evaluation of the Ecological, Futures, and Global (EFG) Curriculum: A Project Based Approach *
Curriculum alternatives have been of interest to educators for years. For example, Kilpatrick (1918) contended that students should be actively involved and interested in their own education. One way to increase involvement is through projects. A project...
Guidelines for Support Staff Experiencing Aggression in Schools
INTRODUCTION According to Geen (in Hargie & Dickson, 2001:300) aggression "is the delivery ... of noxious stimuli intended to harm another." Demands, blund directives, ridicule or abuse are all aggressive responses which violate the rights of...
Industry Validated Skill Standards: The Texas Response to the Challenge
The realization that a well trained workforce is essential to the nation's economic success in a globally competitive society has prompted several states to enact legislation or develop plans to support the voluntary implementation of industry validated...
Making Sense of the Capstone Process: Reflections from the Front Line
This study examined the process of the Capstone Exhibition, used in the Secondary Education Department for culmination of the Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) program. It builds on the previous study conducted by Fruendt (1994), who analyzed student...
Male Adolescents' View on Sexual Activity as Basis for the Development of Aids-Prevention Programmes
BACKGROUND AND RATIONALE The Aquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS) was identified during 1979 and 1980. The Human Immuno Deficiency Virus (HIV) was subsequently isolated in 1981. AIDS is regarded as the most destructive health problem of the...
Measuring and Developing the Learning Strategies of Adult Career and Vocational Education Students
The vocational educators are regularly challenged to prepare their students for the dynamic and uncertain future in the workplace. Some, however, worry that many educators are simply teaching the skills and principles appropriate for today's environment,...
The Analysis of the Emotional Intelligence Skills and Potential Problem Areas of Elementary Educators
INTRODUCTION An educator's best practice involves dedication to lifelong learning and a commitment to personal and professional growth, One of the critical aspects involved in the development of a healthy, personally accountable, and successful...
The Big Fish
What is the Point? Society has identified a method to force children to learn and to remove their natural curiosity and wonder. Instead we replace it with an artificial system that believes that motivating children with grades serves them and our...
Theoretical Foundations of Rorschach by Piotrowski
Because of the popularity of Skinnerian behaviorism and cognitive therapy, both on the market the last part of the 20th Century, projection, which gradually has faded away, but still is inherent in human beings, does not appear too relevant in professional...
The Use of Online Resources to Promote Multicultural Competencies among K-12 Preservice Teachers: A Model for Self-Regulatory Learning
Some researchers suggest that multicultural competence, which refers to one's knowledge, awareness, and skills to interact with diverse populations, should be one of the basic elements that teachers are required to teach to their students (Bennett,...
Use of Course Evaluations to Assess the Contributions of Curricular and Pedagogical Initiatives to Undergraduate General Education Learning Objectives
Motivated by recognition of the inadequate state of undergraduate education, research universities are engaged in efforts to renew undergraduate education through curricular and pedagogical initiatives. There is an emphasis on general education, curricular...
Violence Affecting School Employees
INTRODUCTION Schools have traditionally been thought of as safe havens for students and employees. However, recent incidents have threatened the sense of security usually found in educational institutions. The images of the Columbine High School...
We're Not Gonna Take It: A Student Driven Anti-Bullying Approach
Introduction Bullying is a pervasive and serious problem in today's schools. Recently, an attempt was made by one of the authors to work with a middle school to address bullying in a somewhat unique way. Teachers and administrators at the school...
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