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. 134, No. 4, Summer

A Comparison of Teacher Perceptions and Research-Based Categories of Student Behavior Difficulties
Educators support and teach students with a variety of emotional and behavioral needs, including those who have challenging behaviors such as aggression, defiance, and delinquency (e.g., Kaufman et al., 2010). Estimates of the prevalence of emotional...
A Program Based on the Pragmatic Theory to Develop Grammatical Structure Comprehension Skills for Foreign Learners of Arabic
Introduction Teaching Arabic language to foreigners has an importance which shows that this language is currently one of the main six languages in the world. It is one of the languages in which the United Nations' documents are written. Arabic is...
Assessment of Resources for Training Prospective Teachers in Business Education at the Colleges of Education
Introduction Education is generally defined as an aggregate of all the processes by which a child or young adult develops his/her abilities, attitudes and other forms of behaviour which are of value to the society in which he lives. It is the conscious...
Comparing Protective Factors and Resilience among Classroom-Based Teachers and Community-Based Educators
Introduction Resiliency is the ability to withstand and overcome adverse experiences/situations rebounding to become more adept and self confident when faced with future challenges (Milstein & Henry, 2000; Bobek, 2002; Waxman, Pardon, &...
Cyberbullying: Six Things Administrators Can Do
Introduction In 2011, twenty-eight percent of middle and high school aged students reported being bullied at school during the school year; nine percent reported being cyberbullied (Roberts, Kemp, & Truman, 2012). Cyberbullying appears to be...
Do We Only Die Once?
Physical Death? Some individuals believe physical death is the only form of death we experience on this planet. Is such a belief valid? In the Western world, essentially, physical death is seen as the end of life on this planet. It's all over here....
Effective Ninth-Grade Transition Programs Can Promote Student Success
The transition from middle into high school can be perilous for some students. In a general sense, the environment, expectations, structure, and culture of high schools are different from middle schools. Students enter a high school that is often much...
Financial Issues Experienced by Students in Private Higher Education Institutions
Introduction The competitive job market and the scarcity of employment have led to a surge of student's enrollment in higher educational institutions. This is so the chances of obtaining a job after graduation are increased. Education has increased...
Partner Teaching: A Promising Model
Introduction Urban schools continue to exhibit lower student achievement than national expectations and norms. Various programs such as smaller classrooms, co-teaching or partner teaching have been implemented in elementary schools to reduce the...
Professional Learning Communities: Creating a Foundation for Collaboration Skills in Pre-Service Teachers
Introduction According to Schmoker (2005), "Powerful proven structures for improved results already exist. They begin where a group of teachers meet regularly as a team to identify essential and valued student learning, develop common formative...
Self Efficacy and Some Demographic Variables as Predictors of Occupational Stress among Primary School Teachers in Delta State of Nigeria
Introduction Stress is a 'global epidemic' (WHO, 2002) meaning it is widespread hence Akinboye, Akinboye and Adeyemo (2002) referred to it as the twentieth century disease. Several studies abound pointing to the fact that teachers stress has been...
Social Justice and Faith Maturity: Exploring Whether Religious Beliefs Impact Civic Engagement
Today, many emerging adults (i.e. late adolescent, young adults) typically enrolled in college or university engage in community service. In fact, many schools offer service learning courses where students acquire knowledge on a specific topic while...
Teacher Candidates Speak Out: Exploring Concerns Related to Pupil Learning and Efficacy When Learning to Teach
Framing the Study This study informs teacher educators, including cooperating teachers, about the critical importance of supporting teacher candidate's development of efficacy, or the self-belief that they can positively impact pupil learning. Data...
Teaching Social Studies Indepth
Updating the Social Studies Basic needs must be fulfilled if learners are to achieve more optimally. This is essential for improved achievement in all curriculum areas. Thus, the following need to be sustained: * adequate nutritious food, quality...
The Effectiveness of the Rocket Math Program for Improving Basic Multiplication Fact Fluency in Fifth Grade Students: A Case Study
Introduction Current Standing of Mathematics in the United States In the United States, mathematics has long been an area of focus for improvement in the educational system. On the Trends in International Mathematics and Science Study, conducted...
The Teaching-Learning Environment, an Information-Dynamic Approach
Introduction and concepts review Terms like absorptive capacity, background, interaction and motivation are extensively used when the teaching--learning environment is investigated; motivation is indeed an important parameter to be taken into account...
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