Educational Research and Reviews

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

Table of Content: 23 November 2015; 10(22)

November 2015

Best management practice for understanding learning in sustainable water resource management (WRM) for secondary science teachers in Thailand

The aim of this study is to investigate the effects of training teachers to enhance their students’ achievements in water resource and disaster course and to compare the effects of using the curriculum framework between training teachers or using curriculum framework in the secondary schools in Khon Kaen Province of Thailand. It was found that the 28-science teachers were able to manage their learning units...

Author(s): Chunwadee Chunrasaksakun

November 2015

The effects of computer games on the achievement of basic mathematical skills

This study aims to analyze the relationship between playing computer games and learning basic mathematics skills. It shows the role computer games play in the learning and achievement of basic mathematical skills by students. Nowadays it is clear that individuals, especially young persons are very fond of computer and computer games. Since students are very interested in computers, they can be used to achieve education...

Author(s): Hamiyet Sayan

November 2015

Confirmatory factor analysis of the Hewitt- multi-dimensional perfectionism scale

Various studies on the conceptual framework of perfectionism construct use Hewitt Multi-dimensional Perfectionism Scale (HMPS), as a basic approach. The measure has a prominent role with respect to the theoretical considerations of perfectionism dimensions. This study aimed to evaluate the psychometric properties of the Turkish version of the scale. 479 undergraduate volunteers participated in this study. In this study,...

Author(s): Yasar BARUT

November 2015

The effects on soccer passing skills when warming up with two different sized soccer balls

The purpose of the present research is studying the effects of warm-up with two different sizes of balls on passing skills. Loughborough Soccer Passing Test (LSPT) was conducted on 28 non-elite football players, who participated in the present research for 10 training days. LSPT is a passing skill protocol established on completing 16 passes successfully in the shortest period of time possible (Ali et al., 2007). After...

Author(s): Keskin Burcak

November 2015

Comparative analysis of the approaches used by prospective music teachers in Turkey in practicing the piano works of contemporary Turkish composers

This study determined the levels of recognizing piano works of contemporary Turkish composers, the importance of practicing these works and difficulty in playing these works by the prospective music teachers in the Departments of Music Education in Turkey. Furthermore, this study performed a comparative analysis on the opinions of the prospective teachers who have played the works of contemporary Turkish composers...

Author(s): Feyza SÖNMEZÖZ

November 2015

Teachers' and students' thoughts on the integration of information and communication technologies (ICT) and its use in adult centres: The case of the Canary Islands

This study presents the results of an investigation carried out with teachers and students of adult centres of the Canary Islands, Spain. The main goal of the investigation was to determine the opinions and the formation of both teachers and students about information and communication technologies (ICT) and whether they use these technologies in their daily life. For this purpose, two questionnaires were created, one...

Author(s): Paula Morales Almeida, María Olga Escandell Bermúdez and José Juan Castro Sánchez