Educational Research and Reviews

  • Abbreviation: Educ. Res. Rev.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1990-3839
  • DOI: 10.5897/ERR
  • Start Year: 2006
  • Published Articles: 1956

Table of Content: 10 October, 2016; 11(19)

October 2016

The development effectiveness management model for sub-district secondary school

The purposes of this research were to study the factors of effectiveness management model for sub-district secondary school, to investigate current situations and desirable situations of effectiveness management model for sub-district secondary school, to develop the effectiveness management model for sub-district secondary school and to study the effects of effectiveness management model for sub-district secondary...

Author(s): Akachai Butsankom, Chaiyuth Sirishuthi and Preeda Lammana

October 2016

Challenging segregational practices in a Spanish secondary school: Results from an ethnographic research

This article presents partial results of a multi-sited ethnographic study about the role of multiple literacies in young people’s learning in and outside school. In one of the five participant secondary schools, fourth grade students were segregated in groups according to their special needs. We start with a critical review on segregated and inclusive education. Subsequently, we describe our ethnographic research...

Author(s): Joan-Anton Sanchez-Valero and Paulo Padilla-Petry

October 2016

Examining the values of students in the physical education and sport departments

In this study, the values of students in the physical education and sport departments were examined according to their gender, age, grade, and departments. The questionnaire method was used in the study. As the data collection tool, the Portrait Values Questionnaire was applied. The study group consisted of a total of 389 students 126 of whom were female, and 263 were male; and selected from 4 different universities...

Author(s): Mehmet Gullu

October 2016

Comparison of the physical education and sports school students’ multiple intelligence areas according to demographic features

The aim of this study is to compare the multiple intelligence areas of a group of physical education and sports students according to their demographic features.  In the study, “Multiple Intelligence Scale”, consisting of 27 items, whose Turkish validity and reliability study have been done by Babacan (2012) and which is originally owned by McClellan and Conti (2008) has been used as the data collection...

Author(s): Cem Sinan Aslan

October 2016

Needs analysis of responsibility curriculum for primary school students

Responsibility is among the most basic concepts that are expected to be taught at early ages and directly affect our personal and social life. Although, it is regarded as a value with its affective dimension; responsibility, a fundamental skill that we should learn formally or informally, starts with the children's introduction to their immediate environment and continues with their school life. In this process, all...

Author(s): Semra Güven, Aysun Öztürk and Serap Nur Duman

October 2016

Analysis of analogy use in secondary education science textbooks in Turkey

Analogical reasoning is both an innate ability and a basic learning mechanism that can be improved. In classrooms, it is an important tool used by teachers, especially when explaining difficult or abstract issues. In addition to its use in all aspects of our lives, analogical reasoning is commonly used in textbooks. This research examines the extent to which analogies are used in high school science textbooks, the...

Author(s): Süleyman Akçay

October 2016

Comparison of sports sciences and education faculty students’ aggression scores

The aim of this study was to compare the aggression scores of Sports Sciences Faculty and Education Faculty students and also to examine the effects of some demographic variables on aggression. Two hundred Sports Sciences Faculty students (who engage in sporting activities four days a week for two hours) and 200 Education Faculty students (who do not engage in sports) participated in the study. The Aggressiveness...

Author(s): Tülin Atan