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: 23 January; 8(2)

January 2013

Evolution of private universities in Nigeria: Matters arising and the way forward

  Many issues such as the increasing cases of unsatisfied demand for admission, moral decadence among students, incessant strikes, student unrest and cultism, among others necessitated the establishment of private alongside the federal and state universities in Nigeria. It is however expected that the advent of private universities will provide solutions to these challenges. In this paper, issues such as the...

Author(s): Ige Akindele, M

January 2013

The views of student-teachers attending a Turkish university on discrimination related to the education of women

The current study aims to highlight how Turkish students perceive important issues such as discrimination against women, violence that surfaced as a result of discrimination, alienation, inequality between men and women and isolation of women from work life. A total of 50 students participated in the study. Individual interviews were conducted. The interview transcriptions were inductively analyzed, and categories and...

Author(s): Mehmet Murat

January 2013

Development of teachers’ attitude scale towards science fair

This study was conducted to develop a new scale for measuring teachers’ attitude towards science fair. Teacher Attitude Scale towards Science Fair (TASSF) is an inventory made up of 19 items and five dimensions. The study included such stages as literature review, the preparation of the item pool and the reliability and validity analysis. First of all, the draft scale including 48 items was prepared depending on...

Author(s): Hasan Said Tortop

January 2013

The effects of TV on speech education

Generally, the speaking aspect is not properly debated when discussing the positive and negative effects of television (TV), especially on children. So, to highlight this point, this study was first initialized by asking the question: ‘What are the effects of TV on speech?’ and secondly, to transform the effects that TV has on speech in a utilizable manner, ‘How can we utilize TV in speech...

Author(s): Gokcen Gocen and Alpaslan Okur

January 2013

Development and validation of supervisory behaviour description scale

  The aim of this study is to develop a scale which will describe how education supervisors’ behaviours are perceived. Four separate studies have been conductedin order to develop the scale. In the first study the scale that was developed is applied to a working group consisting of 704 teachers. The factor structure of the scale is examined...

Author(s): Ali Ünal