Educational Research and Reviews

  • Abbreviation: Educ. Res. Rev.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1990-3839
  • DOI: 10.5897/ERR
  • Start Year: 2006
  • Published Articles: 1777

Table of Content: 10 March, 2019; 14(5)

March 2019

English teachers’ opinions on problems encountered in English language teaching in schools: The case of Karabük

The opinions of English teachers on the problems encountered in English teaching in the schools in Karabük Province were examined in this study, by taking a variety of variables into consideration. There are 231 English teachers in state schools in Karabük. A total of 67 English teachers serving in the primary schools, secondary schools and high schools in the central districts of Karabük Province-Turkey...

Author(s): İrfan Tosuncuoğlu  

March 2019

An investigation of pre-service basic education teachers’ learning styles in terms of different variables

Learning process varies from student to student. In a related research, it is argued that one of the basic elements for this variation is due to student’s distinct learning styles. Planning learning situations based on the knowledge of learners’ learning styles can be more effective and efficient. With the learning-teaching process designed in accordance with the learning styles of students, it is possible...

Author(s): Osman DALAMAN, Süleyman CAN and Erdil DURUKAN  

March 2019

High school students’ seismic risk perception and preparedness in Savar, Dhaka

People in Dhaka, where disaster risk of earthquake is the most due to its high population density and rapid urbanization, are in extreme danger of earthquake. However, the study on assessment of the real scenario of residents’ perception of earthquake risk is very little. The purpose of this cross-sectional study is to assess the seismic risk perception and preparedness about earthquake among high school students...

Author(s): Mohammad Lutfur Rahman  

March 2019

The effect of tablet use on students’ success in English as a Foreign Language (EFL) grammar classroom

Integration of tablets in teaching English as a Second or Foreign language has been popular in recent years. However, there is limited evidence to prove the effect of tablet use on the acquisition of specific language skills. This paper aims to investigate the impact of tablet use on students’ mastery of grammar skills. In order to answer the research questions, an experimental pretest-posttest with a control...

Author(s): Ulas Kayapinar, Sarp Erkir and Nurcan Kose