Vol 1, No 1 (2011)

Table of Contents

Articles

Applying a Conceptual Mini Game for Supporting Simple Mathematical Calculation Skills: Students’ Perceptions and Considerations PDF
Chris T. Panagiotakopoulos p3
Taiwanese Preschool Teacher Education Students’ Attributions for Studying, Occupational Knowledge, and Initial Teaching Commitment PDF
Ya-Ling Wu p15
Towards a Practical Framework of the Remediation of Cognitive Skills at Primary Level PDF
Outi Kyrö-Ämmälä, Kaarina Määttä p28
Teachers’ Perceptions of Professionalism and Professional Development: A Case Study in Greece PDF
Amalia A. Ifanti, Vasiliki S. Fotopoulou p40
The Development and Confirmatory Factor Analysis of a Scale for the Measurement of Gifted Students Attitude towards Mathematics PDF
Adediwura Alaba Adeyemi p52
Iranian PhD Students' Beliefs about Language Learning and Teaching: A Qualitative Study PDF
Reza Pishghadam, Shahrzad Pourali p63
A Proposed Blueprint Model Towards the Evaluation of Educational System in Iran PDF
Mehrafsha S. Jahangir p72
Deterioration in Teachers' Performance: Causes and Some Remedies PDF
Eliezer Yariv p81
Multicultural Efforts and Affirmative Action in Brazil: Policies Influencing Education in the Americas PDF
Elizabeth Murakami-Ramalho, Maria Auxiliadora Lima Dias da Silva p92
Factors Related to Under Achievement in Science, Technology and Mathematics Education (STME) in Secondary Schools in Rivers State, Nigeria PDF
B. J. Obomanu, M. O. Adaramola p102
EFL/ESL and Environmental Education: Towards an Eco-Applied Linguistic Awareness in Cameroon PDF
Carlous Muluh Nkwetisama p110
Compensation Mechanisms when Interacting with Learning Aids PDF
Geraldine Clarebout, Holger Horz, Jan Elen, Wolfgang Schnotz p119
Employment Status, Curriculum and College of Agriculture Graduates’ Entrepreneurial Behaviour in Cross River State, Nigeria PDF
Abam Arikpo, Benjamin James Inyang p129
Academic Related Variables and Attitudes toward Substance Abuse among Secondary School Adolescents in Barbados PDF
Grace A. Fayombo p136
Common Cheating Behaviour Among Nigerian University Students: A Case Study of University of Ado-Ekiti, Nigeria PDF
S. O. Adebayo p144
Incidental Focus on Form Techniques in Iranian EFL Classrooms: A Comparison between Expert and Novice Teachers PDF
Farahman Farrokhi, Massoud Rahimpour, Zeinab Papi p150
Symbolic Form in the Pedagogical Implications of Sociolinguistics PDF
Mirela Tolić p158
A Study of Teachers’ Perception of Schools' Organizational Health in Osun State PDF
Michael Adeniyi Omoyemiju, Alaba Adeyemi Adediwura p165
Teacher-Students’ Interactions in Task-Based vs Form-Focused Instruction PDF
Massoud Rahimpour, Massoumeh Magsoudpour p171


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