Vol 3, No 1 (2014)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Use of Content Based Instruction and Socratic Discussion for ESL Undergraduate Biomedical Science Students to Develop Critical Thinking Skills PDF
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 PDF
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 PDF
Comfort Ebere Mbachu, Dorgu, Theresa Ebiere p28
Instructional Learning Teams: A Case Study PDF
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 PDF
Terry Husband p47
Families of Gifted Children and Counseling Program: A Descriptive Study in Morelos, Mexico PDF
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 PDF
Francis Ogbonnaya Ezeokoli, Patience Igubor p63
An Investigation of Big Five and Narrow Personality Traits in Relation to Learner Self-Direction in Undergraduate Students PDF
Jeral Kirwan p74
Subject’s Recuperation in Education PDF
Pedro Ortega Ruiz, Eduardo Romero Sánchez p86
The Challenges of Professional Development in the Evolving World of Pharmacy Education PDF
Carol Motycka, Jennifer S. Williams, Thanh Hogan, Matthew Gray, Jennifer Hartman p94
Pre-Service Teachers’ Assessment of 7th-Grade Students’ Social Studies Learning PDF
Derek L Anderson, Holly Mathys, Andrew Mills p104


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