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. 136, No. 2, Winter

Adapting to Change: Teacher Perceptions of Implementing the Common Core State Standards
Review of Literature With each generation of students comes a change in educational practices. In 1954, Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka declared the unconstitutionality of separate public schools for White and Black students. In 1975, the...
Citizenship among a Sample of Hearing and Hearing Impaired Kindergarten's Children in Al-Riyadh-Saudi Arabia "Comparative Study"
Introduction Caring about childhood and the development of citizenship among children are basic societal concerns. As confirmed by Asad (1999) and Leonard (2007) that values on which children grow are more stable. Several studies were conducted...
Designing Interactive Online Nursing Courses
Introduction Due to the ever changing nature of the field of health care, nurses are continually seeking professional development educational opportunities (Carter, 2008). Levitt and Adelman (2010) assert that the teaching and learning of nursing...
Does Goal Orientation Matter for Trait Anxiety, Self-Efficacy and Performance? an Investigation in University Athletes
Introduction Nicholls (1984) contends that the two conceptions of ability are embedded within two orthogonal achievement goal orientations. These two goal orientations are related to the conception of ability adopted by an individual and act as...
Effects of Exposure on Attitudes towards Stem Interests
Introduction For several years, Clemson University has hosted an Engineering Expo on the Thursday of National Engineers Week for second grade students at Clemson Elementary. Recently, the question was posed as to whether or not this event has impacted...
Integrative Pre-Service Elementary Teacher Training: The Role of Interdisciplinary Collaborative Mathematics
Introduction Teacher preparation programs train pre-service teachers, those preparing to teach in a classroom, to apply the content knowledge, skills, and professional dispositions they have learned in their university-based courses to classroom...
Measuring the Cost of Quality in Higher Education: A Faculty Perspective
Introduction Although teaching and learning are considered to be the most critical activities in colleges and universities, they are, to a large extent, driven by financial and budgetary considerations. To support these activities, anticipated revenue...
Obstacles of Implementing the Science Curricula of the Basic Stage as Perceived by the Teachers in a Jordanian Town
Introduction & theoretical background In a century witnessed knowledge growth, information technology invaded all the sectors and helped in producing the knowledge and forming new mental capital that has no borders where knowledge became a form...
Prevalence of Speech Disorders in Elementary School Students in Jordan
The present study was commissioned by the University of Jordan on behalf of the "Madrasti-A Queen Rania Initiative" at Al-Salt city in Jordan. As her Majesty Queen Rania stated, "The Madrasati initiative is about repairing and restoring schools to...
Technology in Mathematics and Science: An Examination and Comparison of Instructional Use in the United States and Taiwan
Mathematics, science, and technology are three disciplines that are widely discussed in national and international circles, especially as regards their importance to the success of young people after they leave school and enter the work force. Here...
The Epistemic of Aesthetic Knowledge and Knowing: Implications for Aesthetic Education Curricula and Rational Pedagogy in Nigerian Secondary Schools
Introduction Epistemological aesthetics like philosophical aesthetics harbors numerous issues and arguments most of which often lack consensual agreement. The plausible reason for this is not un connected with the way the aesthetic permeates almost...
Video Games Promote Saudi Children's English Vocabulary Retention
Introduction and Background The use of digital media has shaped our lives and the way we live and interact with others. Children are no exclusion to this rule. Today's children of all ages are living in a highly media influenced environment with...
Views on Values Education: From Teacher Candidates to Experienced Teachers
"Values bring independence and freedom, and increase people's capacity for self-sufficiency. As we develop values within us, we share them with the world and thus move towards a better world" (UN & Brahma Kumaris World Spiritual University, 1995,...
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