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. 137, No. 2, Winter

Analyses of Trends in High School Students' Math-Science Course Credit Attainment and Registrations in Texas
Introduction That the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) primarily make up the engines that drive a nation's economy and directly determine its standard of living is a position commonly held in the Western world. Unfortunately,...
Attitudes and Opinions of Classroom Teacher Candidates regarding Multiculturalism
Introduction There are a good number of definitions for culture. According to Taylor, culture is a compilation of sum total of knowledge, belief, arts, ethics, law, customs, skills and habits acquired by virtue of being a member of a society (Bozkurt,...
Behavioral Impacts of a Mindfulness Pilot Intervention for Elementary School Students
Students sitting in urban U.S. elementary school classrooms are faced with myriad competing factors vying for their attention in the learning environment. Urban students must not only attend to the teacher's planned curriculum, but cope with other...
Checklist for Excellence in Science Teaching and Learning
Criteria to use for Self Evaluation Criterion number one, are inquiry methods use for pupils to acquire necessary subject matter? With inquiry methods, pupils are assisted in raising questions pertaining to the ongoing lesson. Lecture is kept to...
Creating a Positive Classroom Environment to Meet the Needs of the Foster Child
The current study surveyed sixty-one current K-6 teachers to determine perceptions and best practices implemented in the classroom to meet the needs of the foster child. The primary themes that emerged indicate the importance of establishing a positive...
Game Performance Decisions of International Baccalaureate Students in Korea and Students in a Traditional American High School
Middle and high school students engaged in physical education learning activities during the course of an academic year may be able to strengthen problem-solving and decision making skills necessary for success in the other curricular areas of the...
Institutional Characteristics Affecting the Educational Experiences of Undergraduate Students: A Review of Literature
Introduction A number of colleges and universities in the United States today officially enroll tens of thousands of students (Kuh, 2006). Over the past four decades, a significant change in the delivery of post-secondary education involves the...
Meta Modernism: An Introduction
Introduction Hegel Although Hegel used it briefly, the grid thesis-antithesis-synthesis had been popularized by Marx and Engels and now used by many across the political spectrum. At the moment, it appears that pre-modern (to 1650) was contested...
Rights and Responsibilities of Teachers and Parents as School Citizens: A Qualitative Study Based on Organizational Citizenship
Introduction Literature related to Organizational Citizenship Behavior has expanded considerably since 2000, the date when the first study on this topic was published in Turkey. Around one thirds of these studies focus on educational organizations...
Standing outside the Fire: Remaining Objective and Family-Based in Early Intervention
Standing Outside the Fire are words to a tune made popular by Garth Brooks to describe tackling life with open arms and a willing heart. This song advocates the need to run toward the fire embracing life with all of its complexities while experiencing...
The Case of Curiosity and the Night Sky: Relationship between Noctcaelador and Three Forms of Curiosity
Author Note Portions of this paper were presented at the 2014 meeting of the Southwestern Psychological Association. Previous research has found that between 57% and 62% of adult samples report having engaged in some observation of the night...
The Class Action Survey: An Assessment Instrument Designed to Evaluate Students' Subjective Attitudes regarding a Course in College Student Retention and Persistence to Graduation
Recent data from ACT revealed an increase in the number of college graduates from 1,924,436 in 2015 to 2,090,342 in 2016 --an increase of 8.6% (ACT, 2016). Nevertheless, college student attrition, retention, and persistence to graduation remain among...
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