Educational Research Quarterly

Educational Research Quarterly is a magazine focusing on Education

Articles from Vol. 29, No. 1, September

Comparison of Curriculum Development Practices
AbstractLesson and unit plans designed by preservice teachers who developed their plans using the backward design model or a traditional model of curriculum design were compared. Two independent raters scored 153 lesson and unit plans developed by preservice...
Longitudinal Study of Technology Training to Prepare Future Teachers
AbstractThis three year study examined a program designed to prepare Pre-k to Grade 12 teacher candidates (TCs) to develop and deliver lessons that effectively incorporate technology that enable their students to use technology to achieve lesson plan...
Predictive Validity of Applicants' Reference Information for Admission to a Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership
Admission to a doctoral program is both an individual and a faculty activity Individuals must make decisions to apply and faculty must make decisions about acceptance Decision making of these different stakeholders is addressed by only limited research...
The Relationship between Teacher Autonomy and Stress, Work Satisfaction, Empowerment, and Professionalism
AbstractThe purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between teacher autonomy and on-the-job stress, work satisfaction, empowerment, and professionalism. Using a reliable and valid measure of curriculum autonomy and general teaching autonomy...
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