World Journal of Education is a peer-review journal, published by Sciedu Press. It is devoted to publishing articles in the fields of education, teaching, learning and other relevant subjects. This includes primary, secondary, tertiary and other higher education disciplines such as but not limited to special education (SpEd), normal and even express streams of the academe. It is published semi-annually in both online and printed versions.
2015 Q1: Articles Received: 53; Accepted: 31; Rejected: 22; Published: 16; Retracted: 0
2014: Articles Received: 164; Accepted: 101; Rejected: 64; Published: 55; Retracted: 0
2013: Articles Received: 148; Accepted: 78; Rejected: 56; Published: 48; Retracted: 0
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Vol 5, No 2 (2015)
Vol. 5, No. 2, April 2015
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Table of Contents
|Bridging the Learning Gap: Cross-Cultural Learning and Teaching through Distance|
|Delores V Mullings||p1|
|Effectiveness of Web Quest in Enhancing 4th Grade Students' Spiritual Intelligence|
|Mustafa Jwaifell, Reham Al-Mouhtadi, Intisar Aldarabah||p10|
|Why A Medical Career? What Makes Sudanese Students to Join a Medical College and Pursue a Medical Career?|
|Ismat Mohammed Mutwali, Aisha Ibrahim A Omer, Sadigh Mohammed Abdalhalim||p19|
|Determinants of Successful Inclusive Education Practice in Lagos State Nigeria|
|Adeniyi, Samuel Olufemi, Owolabi Josiah O., Olojede, Kehinde||p26|
|Teachers’ Perception of the Effectiveness of Methods of Teaching Social Studies in Ekiti State, Nigeria|
|Bilqees Olayinka Abdu-Raheem||p33|
|Evaluation Tool for the Application of Discovery Teaching Method in the Greek Environmental School Projects|
|A 2200-Year Old Inquiry-Based, Hands-On Experiment in Today’s Science Classrooms|
|S. Sotiriou, F. X. Bogner||p52|
|Daily Life and Mathematic: Student and Content Constructions of the Concepts of Proposition, Theorem, and Proof|
|Ömer Faruk Çetin||p63|
|The Importance of Sustainable Digital Inclusion Projects in Brazilian Education|
|Francisco Roberto Ferreira dos Santos, Ildefonso Rodrigues Teixeira||p78|
|Education to Theatricality: The Theatrical Workshop as a Training Model the Expressive and Performing Arts in Education|
|Required and Possessed University Graduate Employability Skills: Perceptions of the Nigerian Employers|
|Azeez Babatunde Adebakin, Timothy Olugbenga Ajadi, Sikiru Tayo Subair||p115|
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World Journal of Education
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