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Table of Contents
|Culturally Responsive and Anti-Biased Teaching Benefits Early Childhood Pre-Service Teachers|
|Creating Lifelong Learners: Fostering Facilitation, Modeling, & Choice in the Classroom|
|Angela Falter Thomas||p17|
|The Opinions and Self-Assesments of the 7th Grade Students Regarding the Jigsaw I Technique among the Cooperative Learning Practices in the Social Studies Course|
|Osman Çepni, Sibel Temizbaş Öner||p22|
|Analysis of the Relationship between the nth Root which is a Whole Number and the n Consecutive Odd Numbers|
|Kwenge Erasmus, Mwewa Peter, Mulenga H.M||p35|
|Development of Curriculum Units as Basic Course for Calculus Provided for Freshmen with Low Academic Achievement|
|Evaluation of the Teaching Performance of University Lecturers: Comparison between Mexico and Spain|
|Matilde Diaz, Africa Borges, Dolores Valadez, Rogelio Zambrano||p53|
|An Analysis of a First-Year Class on the Self-Efficacy of University Students in Japan|
|Kimie Shin, Masafumi Nakagami||p62|
|Elementary Student Perspectives on Single-Gender Classes|
|Mercedes Tichenor, John Tichenor, Kathy Piechura, Elizabeth Heins, Doug MacIsaac||p80|
|Collaborating on Critical Thinking: The Team Critique|
|Underlying Dimensions of the Physical Educators’ Judgments about Inclusion Instrument: Brazilian-Version|
|Samuel R. Hodge, Paulo José Barbosa Gutierres Filho, Justin A. Haegele, Francis M. Kozub||p96|
|Peer Mentorship Program in Dental Education|
|Tien Ha-Ngoc, Sang E. Park||p104|
|An intervention Programme for Promoting More Effective Learning among Foundation Phase Learners in South Africa|
|Ona Janse van Rensburg||p110|
|Social Justice, Children’s Needs and Rights: An Approach to Planning|
|Integrated Arts-based Teaching (IAT) Model for Brain-based Learning|
|Reynaldo B. Inocian||p130|
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Journal of Curriculum and Teaching
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