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Vol 3, No 2 (2014)
Vol. 3, No. 2, November 2014
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Table of Contents
|TIMSS 2011 Science Assessment Results: A Review of Ghana’s Performance|
|Isaac Buabeng, Kofi Acheaw Owusu, Forster Danso Ntow||p1|
|Textbooks and Constructivist Pedagogy in Saudi Arabian School Classrooms|
|Rashid Al-Abdulkareem, Guilbert C. Hentschke||p13|
|Teacher Professionalism and Professional Development Practices in South Sulawesi, Indonesia|
|Hasan Tanang, Baharin Abu||p25|
|Cross-year Peer Tutoring in Healthcare and Dental Education: A Review of the Literature|
|Lauren Hum, Justin Maccaro, Sang E. Park||p43|
|Curricular Changes in Higher Education in Mexico (2002-2012)|
|Frida Diaz-Barriga, María Concepción Barrón||p58|
|A Quantitative Study of the Relationship between Distributed Leadership and Organizational Citizenship Behavior: Perceptions of Turkish Primary School Teachers|
|Ali Çağatay Kılınç||p69|
|An Evaluation of Culturally Responsive Practices in Special Education Program for Preservice Educators|
|LaRon A. Scott, Quentin Alexander, Sandra Fritton, Colleen Thoma||p79|
|Intensive Reading As a Study Habit and Students’ Academic Achievement in Economics in Selected Secondary Schools in Bayelsa State, Nigeria|
|Nnenna Ngozi Benwari, Ebi- Bulami Bridget Nemine||p94|
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