Journal of Instructional Psychology

Published quarterly by Project Innovation, the Journal of Instructional Psychology was founded in 1974. This professional journal covers instructional and educational management, bilingual and multicultural aspects and technology and education. Articles in the Journal of Instructional Psychology include the topics of education, psychology and psychiatry.

Articles from Vol. 29, No. 2, June

A Nation's Socio-Psychological Climate: Change, Determinants and Value Shift
Using contemporary historical perspectives, the following reviews the meaning of Ethos, and old but resilient term, factors that determine social climate in a nation and changes therefore in a nation's system of human values. The examples are international...
A Student's Creditability and Personal Development Are Essential Elements for High School Success
The study examines change in relation to the personal development and creditability of students as they progress through a high school in Tennessee. It is suggested as a model for all high schools to insure that personal development and creditability...
Developing a Reading Community
Developing a community of people interested in improving student reading achievement is an ongoing trend in education. This group needs to understand student needs and teaching of reading methodology. Learning here can be continuous and indepth....
Development of a Measure on Statistics Anxiety in Graduate-Level Psychology Students
Mathematics anxiety has always maintained a central focus in the education literature. However, there has been a recent focus on "statistics anxiety" as experienced by undergraduates. This paper presents the development of an instrument that assesses...
Issue of Corporal Punishment: Re-Examined
The use of corporal punishment is one of the most controversial parenting practices and it will continue to be controversial. Although the effects of corporal punishment on children is still undergoing rigorous scientific debate, less attention...
Ontario Educational Reform: A Tragedy of Errors
The article is an opinion piece backed up by relevant research. It examines the recent changes in the Ontario Educational System and critiques the process based on what researchers suggest should happen when sweeping reforms are made. It outlines...
Positive Assertiveness Begins with Character Education and Includes the Abuse of Cigarettes, Alcohol and Drugs
There are three kinds of assertiveness: (1) positive, (2) negative, and (3) absence of assertiveness. Positive assertiveness always involves the use of the scientific process of decision making. Negative assertiveness typically involves trying to...
Teaching Critical Thinking Online
Critical thinking is a higher-order thinking skill which mainly consists of evaluating arguments. It is a purposeful, self-regulatory judgment which results in interpretation, analysis, evaluation, and inference, as well as explanations of the evidential,...
The Effect of Using Written Retelling as a Teaching Strategy on Students Performance on the TOWL-2
The purpose of this study was to determine if practice in written retellings that focused on the structural framework of narratives, would enhance second grader's writing development as tested by the TOWL-2. This investigation used a Multiple Analysis...
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