Educational Research and Reviews

  • Abbreviation: Educ. Res. Rev.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1990-3839
  • DOI: 10.5897/ERR
  • Start Year: 2006
  • Published Articles: 2001

Table of Content: 23 May, 2019; 14(10)

May 2019

Effect of piano education on the attention skills of 7-12 year old children

This research is aimed to determine the effects of piano education on the attention skills of 7-12-year-old children. In the research, pretest-posttest control group design is used, and attention skills of both of the groups are measured before and after the experiment. Unlike the control group (n=53), the experimental group (n=46) had private piano education an hour a week for 14 weeks with a tutor, and as a result of...

Author(s): Elnara Huseynova, Hatice Onuray Egilmez and Doruk Engur  

May 2019

Finnish principals: Leadership training and views on distributed leadership

This study looks at the views of Finnish comprehensive school principals on distributed leadership and presents discussion on the leadership training required by principals and looks at it in relation to the views of principals. In Finland the qualification requirements for principals are based on their experience as teachers, and studies in educational administration. In general, studies in leadership are not...

Author(s): Tapio Juhani Lahtero, Raisa Susanna Ahtiainen and Niina Lång  

May 2019

Elementary teachers’ perceptions of preparedness to teach English Language Learners

With the steady increase in the English Language Learner (ELL) population in the U.S., this case study was aimed at capturing elementary teachers’ perceptions of how well their teacher preparation program was prepared to teach ELLs. This work utilized the case study design, and included five North American elementary teachers as the subjects of the research who were teaching ELLs in a small Christian Academy...

Author(s): Barbara Wissink and Suzanne Starks  

May 2019

Grit, growth mindset and participation in competitive policy debate: Evidence from the Chicago Debate League

Non-cognitive skills (NCS) contribute to variation in how students respond to challenges inside the classroom and beyond. Competitive policy debate is a co-curricular activity that both encourages cooperative learning and is hypothesized to promote NCS. The goal of this pilot was to examine the relationship between debate participation and change in four NCS among high school students over the course of an academic...

Author(s): Viktoryia Alexandrovna Kalesnikava, Gregory Paul Ekey, Tomohiro M. Ko, Daniel T. Shackelford and Briana Mezuk