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 3, No 1 (2014)
Table of Contents
|Use of Content Based Instruction and Socratic Discussion for ESL Undergraduate Biomedical Science Students to Develop Critical Thinking Skills|
|Ronan L. Burder, Kathy Tangalakis, Deanne H Hryciw||p1|
|Sensory Evaluation as a Tool in Determining Acceptability of Innovative Products Developed by Undergraduate Students in Food Science and Technology at The University of Trinidad and Tobago|
|Dimple Singh-Ackbarali, Rohanie Maharaj||p10|
|Making the Nigerian School Environment and Curriculum More Functional and Responsive for Human Capacity Development for the Year 2020|
|Comfort Ebere Mbachu, Dorgu, Theresa Ebiere||p28|
|Instructional Learning Teams: A Case Study|
|Jonathan L. Brendefur, Brian Whitney, Roger A. Stewart, Joshua Pfiester, Julia Zarbinisky||p36|
|Urban Early Childhood Educators’ Perceptions of the Impact of NCLBon Their Literacy Practices|
|Families of Gifted Children and Counseling Program: A Descriptive Study in Morelos, Mexico|
|Gabriela López-Aymes, Santiago Roger Acuña, Gloria Guadalupe Durán Damián||p54|
|Text Possession and Teachers’ Pedagogical Practices in the Teaching of Prose Literature-in-English in Some Schools in Ibadan|
|Francis Ogbonnaya Ezeokoli, Patience Igubor||p63|
|An Investigation of Big Five and Narrow Personality Traits in Relation to Learner Self-Direction in Undergraduate Students|
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Journal of Curriculum and Teaching
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