Journal of Curriculum and Teaching is a peer-reviewed journal, published by Sciedu Press. It is devoted to publishing research papers in curriculum and instruction, learning and teaching, and related disciplines at global and local levels, such as but not limited to curriculum theory, teaching methodology, program innovation, policy development, professional ethics, and assessment in education. It is published semi-annually in both online and printed versions.
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Vol 4, No 1 (2015)
Vol. 4, No. 1, May 2015
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Table of Contents
|Professional Identity and Burnout among Pre-School, Elementary, and Post-Elementary School Teachers in Israel|
|A Case Study: The Local Education Authorities (LEAs) Capacity Support on ICT Integration National Policy in Public Secondary Schools in Kepulauan Riau Province, Indonesia|
|Rahmat Ady Putera, Mahani Mochtar, Muhammad Candra||p14|
|Active Learning Improves Student Performance in a Respiratory Physiology Lab|
|Alexander Wolf, Carlos Liachovitzky, Abass Abdullahi||p19|
|Taiwanese Grade-Five Students Reading a Chinese Science Text of Mixed Sub-Genres: A Misce Analysis Study|
|Enhancing Self-efficacy of Elementary School Students to Learn Mathematics|
|Education as Reconciliation: Resorting Inuit Nunangat|
|Promoting Creativity and Self-efficacy of Elementary Students through a Collaborative Research Task in Mathematics: A Case Study|
|Sara Katz, Moshe Stupel||p68|
|Differences in Achievement Motivation and Academic and Social Self-concept in Gifted Students of Higher Education|
|María Dolores Valadez Sierra, Angel Alberto Valdés Cuervo, Teodoro Rafael Wendlandt Amezaga, Ana Carolina Reyes Sánchez, Rogelio Zambrano Guzmán, Juan Pedro Navarro Agraz||p83|
|A Class Exploring Current Events through a Psychological Lens|
|Stacey-Ann Baugh, Debbie Van Camp||p91|
|The Effect of Visual Cueing and Control Design on Children’s Reading Achievement of Audio E-books with Tablet Computers|
|Pei-Yu Wang, Chung-Kai Huang||p96|
|Nutrition Education in U.S. Medical Schools: An Assessment of Nutrition Content in USMLE STEP Preparation Materials|
|Shaily Patel, Katelynn H Taylor, Kathryn L Berlin, Roy W Geib, Robin Danek, Gabi N Waite||p108|
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Journal of Curriculum and Teaching
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