Educational Research and Reviews

  • Abbreviation: Educ. Res. Rev.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1990-3839
  • DOI: 10.5897/ERR
  • Start Year: 2006

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A study on the effects of self-regulation skills education program on self-regulation skills of six-year-old children

This study was conducted to investigate the effect of a Self-Regulation Skills Education Program on self-regulation skills of six-year-old children.The nonequivalent control group was used in the study. The study group consists of 40 children. “General Information Form” and “Preschool Self-Regulation Assessment (PSRA)”were used as data collection tools. It was determined as a result of the study that the self-regulation...

Author(s):Belgin Liman and Kezban Tepeli

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Actıvıty suggestıons for ımprovıng crıtıcal lıstenıng skılls

Listening skill is the least researched language skill.Most of the published studies include theoretical information about this skill.The fact that individuals have acquired some theoretical knowledge does not mean that they will use them effectively in their lives. In very few studies, listening activities were suggested and implemented. Moreover, there are no recommendations and practices of activity in the literature...

Author(s):GüLTEN ERKEK and Zekerya BATUR

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The Approach of Learning a Foreign Language by Watching TV Series

In this study, the process of learning Turkish as a foreign language by watching TV series was analysed. It is a qualitative based study with document analysis, case study and mixed research design. The case study is based on the analysis of data obtained from 44 citizens of the Republic of Kosovo who have learned Turkish by watching TV series. 56.81% of these people do not know Turkish, while 29.54% of them know very...

Author(s):Ulker Mehmet

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Investigation of primary school teachers’ opinion about revised 3rd grade science curriculum in Turkey

One of the aims of science curriculum is to understand technology that is used in all areas of daily life. Thus, science curriculum should be revised in a feasible and dynamic manner for the quality. The purpose of the study is to investigate primary school teachers’ opinions about renewed 3rd grade science curriculum. The sample of the study consisted of 160 4th grade primary school teachers working in public primary...

Author(s):Yunus Karakuyu and Özlem Can

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The influence of learning styles on academic performance among science education undergraduates at the University of Calabar

This research work investigated the influence of learning styles on academic performance among Science Education undergraduates of the University of Calabar, Nigeria. The learning model used for this study comprised, visual, auditory, kindergarten, global analytical impulsive, reflective, individual and group models. Expo facto design was used for the study. The target population included all Science Education students...

Author(s):Cecilia Nja, Richard Ekonesi and Comfort Agbor

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Relationship between social challenges and the education of the girl-child as perceived by female academics in the tertiary institutions of Edo State, Nigeria

The study looked at some social challenges confronting the education of the Girl-Child as perceived by Female Academics in the tertiary institutions in Edo State. To guide this study, seven research questions were raised and one hypothesis was formulated. The population was made up of all the female Academics in all the tertiary institutions in Edo State, Nigeria. Three hundred and fifty (350) females made up the sample of...

Author(s):R. I. Osarenren-Osaghae, O.S Imhangbe and Queen Osa Irabor

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Investigation of the Effectiveness of EFL Teachers’ Practices as Transformative Intellectuals in Teaching Writing Skills: The Case of Ambo University

This research investigated application of transformative intellectual teaching-learning strategy. To this end, this action research focused on five major components of effective writing skills: Mechanics, Organization, Sentence Structure, Word Selection and grammar. Then, a total sample of 221 students was proportionally selected from Natural Science (124) and Social Science (97). The baseline assessment was carried out,...

Author(s):Motuma Hirpassa Minda

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The changing dialogue on grade inflation: A graduate education program’s look at grading in higher education

This research was based on a mixed-method design. The terms assessment and evaluation have a deeply seated significance in the matters of curriculum, learning outcomes, and instructional strategies, to name a few. What has been established through the literature is that grading in higher education is surrounded by many controversies, one of which includes what criteria is graded. However, one area in which there was a...

Author(s):Oluwatoyin Adenike Akinde

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Making it abroad: Examining African and Asian students’ psychological adjustment and motivations in China

How well students thrive abroad is vital to their study experience. This study investigates African and Asian international students’ psychological adjustment and motivation in China. Utilizing cross-sectional quantitative research design, 536 international students in Chinese universities participated in the study. The study found moderate psychological adjustment among participants, depending on the length of time spent...

Author(s):Shaoying Gong, Charles Gbollie and Yang Huai

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Inequalities in the Colombian educational system: The case of Tunja City

This work aims to study inequality existing between public and private educational institutions in Colombia, considering the high growth of private schools and the corresponding commodification of education in the neoliberal system. Tunja City is used as the case study because it has the highest academic achievement nationwide. A sample of 2,472 secondary school students (41.7 % private schools and 58.2% public schools)...

Author(s):Daniel Vega Torres, Sandra Acuña, Anderson Rodríguez and Aracely Burgos

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The effect of using word processor in teaching writing skill among secondary students in schools in Jordan

The study aims to identify the effect of using word processor in teaching writing skill among Secondary students in private schools in Jordan. Clear out the differences in writing skill between the control group taught in the ordinary method and the experimental group taught using word processor. The study follows the descriptive and the experimental approach to identify the effect of using word processor in teaching...

Author(s):Yaser Aladwan

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Teachers’ pedagogical competence as determinants of students’attitude towards basic science in South West Nigeria

This study investigated teachers’ pedagogical competence as determinant of students’ attitude towards Basic Science in South- West Nigeria. The study was a descriptive survey type study. Participants were 2160 students randomly selected from 108 secondary schools across four States in South- west Nigeria together.324teachers teaching Basic Science in Junior Secondary Schools were purposively selected for the study. Two...

Author(s):Adegbola, Funmi Florence

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Renewed Turkish Language teaching undergraduate program based on opinions of Turkish Langauge teachers

Turkish language teachers may state the professional fields that they require by comparing the situations which they have encountered in their teaching lives with the undergraduate education that they have received. By filling the stated deficiencies in these fields, the Turkish Language Teaching Undergraduate Program which has become more capable of meeting the features required in Turkish language courses will train more...

Author(s):Uyanik Osman

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Ethnocontructivism in the social affairs for basic school teachers in Indonesia

The essence of local cultural values must now be introduced to students. The introduction of the values contained can be realized through integration in the curriculum. Teachers as the spearhead of the implementation of learning must know and be able to introduce local cultural values to students. One of the cultural values that can be introduced is ethnosocial knowledge. This study aims to determine the extent of teacher...

Author(s):Asrial Asrial, Muhammad Sofwan, Dwi Kurniawan and Reza Pratama

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Counselling Rehabilitation Program in Improving the Quality of Life for Physically Disabled People

The present study aimed at recognizing counselling rehabilitation program in improving the quality of life of a sample of the physically disabled people in Jordan. The sample had been distributed into two groups: experimental of (20) disabled persons and a controlling group consisted of (20) disabled persons, Results showed the existence of differences on the scale of life quality for both dimensions; the bodily and time...

Author(s):Ibrahim Bajes Maali

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FOCUS GROUP METHOD ABOUT THE READING HABITS OF UPPER-LEVEL READERS

Reading and reading habits are different concepts. First, the state of reading in the direction of a person's needs develops over time, and this habit becomes a part of the person's life. In the researches examined, it is seen that the lack of reading habits and the reasons for this situation were emphasized. In this study, a focus group interview was the preferred method of qualitative research. The purposive sampling...

Author(s):Betul Keray Dıncel

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Knowledge, Attitude and Tackling the Student Mental Illness at Secondary School

Mental health problem accounts for a large proportion of the disease burden in our society, particularly in young people. Mental health, in the context of Bangladesh education system, is slightly overlooked due to lack of better understanding and awareness. Therefore, addressing mental health needs at secondary school is critically important in Bangladesh. This article analyses why mental illness occurs and persist to some...

Author(s):Fakhrul Islam and Chowdhury Abdullah Al-Hossienie

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Stop-motion as a didactic resource to reduce alcohol consumption in higher education students

The objective of this research was to apply stop-motion as a didactic resource to reduce alcohol consumption in university students of the Production School of the Universidad Iberoamericana del Ecuador (UNIB.E). For the execution of the study a quantitative study of descriptive analysis was designed, supported in three phases. The first phase allowed to diagnose the knowledge, beliefs and level of alcohol consumption that...

Author(s):Santamaria Melanie, Mendoza Derling and Navarro Mercedes

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School Principals and Teachers’ Perceptions of Inclusive Education in Sebeta Town Primary Government Schools, Sebeta, Ethiopia

The main purpose of this study was to explore the perceptions of school principals and teachers of Sebeta town primary government schools (grade 1-8) on inclusive education. To achieve this purpose a descriptive survey research designs was implemented. The data were collected from 16 school principals and 78 teachers of eight different schools using questionnaire, structured interview and observational check list. ...

Author(s):Alemayehu Dugassa

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EMPLOYABILITY SKILL NEEDS OF AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION GRADUATES AMONG TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS IN LAGOS STATE

This study was geared towards assessing graduates and lecturers’ perceptions on employability skills needed by agricultural education graduates among tertiary institutions in Lagos State. Two null hypotheses were formulated to guide the study. The target population for the study was 2040 respondents comprising 1800 graduates of Agricultural education and 260 lecturers of the same discipline. A total of 204 graduates and 26...

Author(s):Ashang Michael Ushie, Bello Muftau, Yusuf Paul Jude and Dogo Solomon Kakang

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Investigation of The Perceptions of Students Who Participate in Sports Organizations in Universities Regarding The Term “Sports”

The main aim of this study is to investigate the perceptions of students who participate in sports organizations in universities regarding the term “sports”. With this main aim, the perception of the term was explained by metaphors. The study group includes 108 female and 112 male volunteer students, who studied in various departments of Adıyaman University during the 2017-2018 education period. For the data collection...

Author(s):Fatih MURATHAN

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Investigation of Despair Levels of Families with Down Syndrome Child and Their Parental Attitudes on Perception and Coping with Stress (City of Adiyaman Example)

This study has been carried out in Adiyaman, Turkey with a group of families, who have children with down syndrome (CDS), to investigate the despair levels of families and their parental attitudes on perception and coping with stress in August-October 2018. The population of the study consists from parents of 148 CDS who live in Adiyaman/Turkey. The sample group includes 82 volunteer fathers and mothers. Data has been...

Author(s):AYKUT Dundar and UMIT Yetis

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Challenges of Writing Senior Essay for Undergraduate Students: The case of Bule Hora University History and Heritage Management Department Graduate Students

This action research addresses the challenges of third year History and Heritage Management students in senior essay writing. To achieve the objective of the study we use a total 21 graduate classes’ students’ response in the department by distributing a questionnaire to the graduate students of History and Heritage management The study found that more than half of the respondent students faced the challenges of writing...

Author(s):Tesfaye Fentaw Nigatu and Iyerus Kassa

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A Review on Higher Diploma Training Program Experiences, Quality Teaching and its Challenges in Mizan_Tepi University, Ethiopia

University. Specifically, it is to discuss on how knowledge, experiences and skills acquired from higher diploma training is linked to quality teaching-learning. Higher diploma training is effectively undertaking in Mizan_Tepi University. About 572 academic staff have completed this training program within the last ten years. However, there is no study on the impact of this training via the effectiveness teaching of...

Author(s):Miressa Yadessa

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Study of the Relationship Between Native Bilingualism (Multilingualism) and Academic Performance of the Students at the University Level

This paper examines a possible relationship between the number of mother tongues undergraduate students studying at a Swedish university speak and their academic performance. It describes the study conducted on the cohort of sixty-one students enrolled in two primary school teacher-training programs with some being native monolinguals, who have only been exposed to one mother tongue, and others being either native...

Author(s):Martin Dvorak

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Plagiarism Issues in Students’ Project in Nigerian Tertiary Institutions: A case study of Edo State Polytechnic Usen

Plagiarism is a form of academic dishonesty; it is prevalent in the educational and non educational sector. Plagiarism is a universal problem; incidents of plagiarism are becoming increasingly popular in most institutions due to the advent of ICT and internet revolution. This research focuses on determining the level of plagiarism in students’ project in Nigeria tertiary institution a case of Edo State polytechnic Usen....

Author(s):Idiata D.J; Osaghae, P.E; Edoimioya, P.O

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PRINCIPALS DECISION MAKING PRACTICE IN GOVERNMENT PREPARATORY SCHOOLS OF WEST SHOA ZONE OROMIA REGIONAL STATE

The main purpose of this study was to assess the current principals decision making practice in government preparatory schools’ of West Shoa Zone, Oromia Regional State. To conduct this study, a quantitative research method particularly cross sectional descriptive survey design was employed. A total of 233 respondents were included into the study. The data were collected through questionnaire, interview which was...

Author(s):Etecha Fekadu Dabesa

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Teacher self-efficacy among trainees of Post Graduate Diploma in Teaching: Implications for Ethiopian Secondary School Teacher Education

The purpose of this study was to examine the state of Post Graduate Diploma in Teaching trainees’ self-efficacy belief and the factors that contributed to its development with emphasis to Dilla University. To this end, 112 trainees were selected using stratified random sampling technique, and data was collected through questionnaire which was analyzed using independent sample t-test, one sample t-test, and Multiple...

Author(s):Alemayehu Habte and Genene Abebe

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Analysis of standardized test; a criterion for placement evaluation in colleges of education in relation to pre-nce program

The purpose of the study was to examine the academic performance of student admitted for NCE program in colleges of education using JAMB, WAEC, NECO, and NABTEB as the bases for direct entry admission exercise and compare with the academic performance of students admitted through college remedial exercise in order to ascertain the validity reliability and usability of standardized examination, if it is worthy of...

Author(s):Luka Yelwa Barde

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Effectiveness of the use of flipped classroom teaching as a pedagogical tool as compared to traditional methods of teaching

Universities around the world are constantly looking out for innovative ways to impart education to students. By using computers and computer applications in teaching the education sector has surely reaped the benefits of technology. However technology constantly undergoes an upgrade and educators need to be adept at incorporating new technology in their current pedagogies. This research focuses on demonstrating the...

Author(s):Natika Poddar and Leanne Barretto

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NICK NAME/NAME CALLING IN 11 – 17 YEARS OLD SECONDARY SCHOOL PUPILS – A NIGERIAN SAMPLE

Name calling is a form of verbal bullying and it represents one of the most common forms of bullying among school age children. It is difficult to control and there is dearth of literature concerning it in Nigeria. The objectives of this study are to determine the prevalence and the self-perception of name calling. Eight hundred and thirty eight (838) pupils aged 11 – 17years in six secondary schools participated in the...

Author(s):Orighoye Tosan Temisanren

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UNIVERSITY EDUCATION IN NIGERIA: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS

This paper is an exploratory paper that used the qualitative research techniques to critically evaluate the problems and prospects of university education in Nigeria. It attempted to critically look at the problems confronting university education in Nigeria which include emphasis on paper qualification, failure of public institutions, cultism, corruption, planning and implementation problems etc. and also discussed...

Author(s):Nicholas Omoregbe Sharon, Charles Tunde Iruonagbe, Idowu Chiazor

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The effect of giving feedback and locus of control on learning basic skills on micro-teaching

This study was conducted in order to test the effect of giving feedback and locus of control on learning basic skills in micro teaching. The study was conducted in Micro Teaching Unit of the Faculty of Pedagogy dan Education Science at the University of Muhammadiyah Metro. The research time is 4 (four months), which is in the second semester of the 2015/2016 academic year. Research carried out by the experimental method....

Author(s):Karwono, Agus Sujarwanta, dan Hadi Pranoto

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Development and Validation of Employability Soft Skills Measure for Education Students in Nigeria

This study developed and established factor structure of an employability soft skills measure of undergraduate education students at the University of Jos, Nigeria. The study was motivated by increasing concern for lack of employability skills by Nigerian graduates and dearth of diagnostic instruments. It was an instrumentation research designed to answer two research questions on factor structure and reliability of the...

Author(s):CHRISTIANA AMAECHI UGODULUNWA and ABBAS YUSUF MUSTAPHA

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Accelerating research and education for the growth of life sciences and biotechnology

Among the developing countries, India has recognised the importance of biotechnology. Policies are being framed by the Government of India for progressive growth in education, research and employment and to bring self-sufficiency to meet the ever-growing need of the biotechnology industry for skilled manpower. However, there are still impediments in the improvement of quality education due to inadequate infrastructure in...

Author(s):A. S. Ninawe

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Leadership competencies for quality education in rural primary schools of Ethiopia: A case study of Amhara and Oromia regional states

This study was conducted to assess the state of leadership competencies in ensuring quality education in sampled schools of Amhara and Oromia regional states. Methodologically, the mixed method was instrumental to achieve the objectives. The study population comprised those schools found in Amhara and Oromia regional states. To make the research manageable and to achieve the desired result, 36 schools from 10 Woredas were...

Author(s):Mulatu Dea and Jeilu Oumer

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Investigating the impact of violence of students in selected colleges in Seke district

The study looked at how violence in high density areas impacts on the students enrolled with private colleges. A total of 200 primary and high school students were recruited to participate in an exploratory qualitative 2-year study. Questionnaires were used with all the participants and SPSS was used to code, theme and analyze all the data. The Social Learning theory guided study has established that while violence...

Author(s):Obediah Dodo and Rebecca Paraziva

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Grade seven examinations or entrance tests: Zimbabwean parents’ and schools’ views on secondary schools’ enrolment criteria

This study aimed to investigate Zimbabwean parents’ and teachers’ views on the divergent recruitment policies by Zimbabwean secondary schools in their selection of primary school graduates into secondary schools. Parents and school teachers constituted the sample of this qualitative-cum-quantitative survey research where observations, questionnaires and interviews for teachers and parents were used to collect data. The...

Author(s):Jairos Gonye and Clemence Rubaya

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Understanding motivation of gifted student: A self-determination theory perspective

This study aims to describe the motivation of gifted students through a self-determination theory (SDT) perspective. Quantitative with descriptive statistics method was used in this study. A total of 159 respondents were involved comprising of male and female gifted in accelerated class programme on senior high school in West Java province-Indonesia. Questionnaire was the instrument used with 55 items. The results obtained...

Author(s):Eka Sakti Yudha, Sunaryo Kartadinata and Nandang Rusmana

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Group discussions: The virtue/vice dilemma in didactics of mathematics

Some teachers consider didactics of mathematics to be mechanical and this makes them to indiscriminately and irrationally employ techniques that are recommended in some contexts and not in theirs. One of the didactic methods that have become ritualistic in didactics of mathematics is group discussion. The controversy is the positioning of group discussions during lesson delivery. Improper positioning of good didactic...

Author(s):Mlambo Rodlyn

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Relationship between student peer pressure and drug abuse in public secondary schools in Kahuro subcounty, Murang’a county, Kenya

Drug and substance abuse among the youth is a global phenomenon that has attracted international attention. Many studies have been carried out mainly concentrating strategies of curbing the abuse. The purpose of this study was to establish the relationship between student peer pressure and drug abuse in public secondary schools in Kahuro Sub-county, Kenya. The study adopted ex-post facto research design. The target...

Author(s):Enos Barasa

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A study on effects of factors on resilience and life satisfaction in pre-service preschool teachers

At present, it is important that individuals have wellness and abilities to cope with problems and to create solutions to problems. These abilities influence individuals’ life satisfaction and resilience levels. Life satisfaction refers to wellbeing and predominance of positive feelings over negative feelings. It is agreed that the less the discrepancy between desires and achievements is, the higher the...

Author(s):Sibel Sönmez

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Developing music literacy through indigenous songs: A case study of Masvingo Urban primary schools in Zimbabwe

There is trepidation that most of the content used in teaching music literacy is derived from outside children’s cultural song repertoire. In an attempt to address the above concern, this study examined how indigenous music compositions can be utilised in developing music literacy in children. In this study the researchers employed a qualitative approach. A case study design was used in the study, which focused on the...

Author(s):Shadreck Mataruse

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Abilities of Students to Solve Mathematical Problems According to Accreditation Levels

Problem solving is important for mathematical learning because it enables students enhance high thinking skills and positive attitudes. This research aimed to describe and compare the abilities of junior high school students in grade VIII from one of regencies/cities in Central Kalimantan Indonesia to solve mathematical problems viewed from schools’ accreditations (A, B, C and unaccredited), and schools’ status (public and...

Author(s):Jackson Pasini Mairing

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Assessment of enrollment and dropout in school education: A causative study of Haryana, India

This paper attempts to study the education at primary, upper primary, secondary and higher secondary schools in Haryana. The main concern of the study is to highlight the level of enrollment and dropout in education system. The study is based on the household data collected from District Level Household and Facility Survey (DLHS-3) by International Institute for Population Sciences (IIPS), 2010 and Educational...

Author(s):Mr. Karamvir

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Adaptation of the Reading Comprehension Assessment Test forthe evaluation of Cuban school-aged children.

The article presents the adaptation of the Reading Comprehension Assessment Test (Prueba para Evaluar la Comprensión Lectora (PECL) test, Ferreres, Abusamra, Casajús, Cartoceti, Squillace, & Sampedro, 2009)”, conducted in 2014-2015 in Cuba, in order to use it for the evaluation of children from grades 5 to 7, from the general education system. The PECL test is a paper-and-pencil test to assess reading comprehension of...

Author(s):Klency González Hernández

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Factors affecting the contribution of 1st year female students’ tutorial class to their academic achievement in first semester of 2016: The case of Afan Oromo and Literature Department

Female students have low academic achievement in all disciplines particularly in tertiary education. This study was carried out with the first year female students of Afan Oromo Department in Bule Hora University located at 467 km from Addis Ababa to the South. The study aims to find the factors that influence the contribution of first year female students’ in Afan Oromo Department to their academic achievement during...

Author(s):Itefa Degefa

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EFFECTIVENESS OF CHARACTER BASED LEARNING MANAGEMENT FOR FINANCIAL LITERACY IN PRIMARY SCHOOLS

The importance of financial literacy from an early age is to avoidgetting caught on wasteful and consumerist attitude,and the effect on children's behavior. The purpose of this research is to know the level of financial literacy learning model, effective for building quality character of sekkah student base. The effectivity levels of the models will be used to determine whether the model can be used for practical or not....

Author(s):SRI UTAMININGSIH Utaminingsih

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Effect of the Concept Education Program on 48-60-Month-Old Children's Visual-Spatial Perception Mechanisms

It is a well-known fact that skills related to the visual-spatial area are quite effective for brain development during early childhood. A concept education program, based on a concept map applicable in the early period of childhood, is thought to be effective in developing visual-spatial perception skills. This study was conducted to examine the effect of a concept education program, developed on the basis of a configured...

Author(s):Özözen Danacı Miray

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READING COMPREHENSION PERFORMANCE OF EFL FIRST YEAR COLLEGE STUDENTS: BASIS FOR READING ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM

This study aimed to determine the cause of the difficulty of reading skill acquisition that affects the study habit of 221 EFL freshmen at 7 universities in Thai Nguyen, Vietnam. This study was expected to contribute to lessen if not eradicate the reading weaknesses of the EFL freshmen with a reading enhancement program. The study combined utilized descriptive method and correlational technique. The finding revealed that...

Author(s):KIEU GIANG BUI

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