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Vol 4, No 6 (2014)
Vol. 4, No. 6, December 2014
Table of Contents
|Professional Competencies in the Field of Educational Psychology Seen From the Perspective of the Students|
|Verónica Marín-Díaz, Ignacio González-López, Jorge Figueroa Flores||p1|
|Cloud Collaboration: Cloud-based Instruction for Business Writing Class|
|Charlie Lin, Wei-Chieh Wayne Yu, Jenny Wang||p9|
|Measuring Vocabulary Learning Strategy Use of Turkish EFL Learners in Relation to Academic Success and Vocabulary Size|
|Profiling Neurolanguage Coaches Worldwide – A Case Study|
|The Use of Technology to Support the Learning of Children with Down Syndrome in Saudi Arabia|
|Areej Alfaraj, Ahmed Bawa Kuyini||p42|
|Attitudes and Behavioural Intentions of Typically Developing Adolescents towards a Hypothetical Peer with Asperger Syndrome|
|Older Academics: Motivation to Keep Working|
|Gillian M Boulton-Lewis, Laurie Buys||p66|
|Israel's Principal Preparation Policy|
|Perceptions of Teachers on the Ban of Corporal Punishment in Pre-Primary Institutions in Kenya|
|Beth Kirigo Mwai, Isaac Njuguna Kimengi, Emmy Jerono Kipsoi||p90|
|Psychological Reality of Chunks for EFL Chinese Students -Evidence from Speaking Fluency|
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