Educational Research and Reviews

  • Abbreviation: Educ. Res. Rev.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1990-3839
  • DOI: 10.5897/ERR
  • Start Year: 2006
  • Published Articles: 1957

Table of Content: 23 September, 2016; 11(18)

September 2016

Development and validity testing of belief measurement model in Buddhism for junior high school students at Chiang Rai Buddhist Scripture School: An application for Multitrait-Multimethod analysis

The purposes of this study were to develop a model to measure the belief in Buddhism of junior high school students at Chiang Rai Buddhist Scripture School, and to determine construct validity of the model for measuring the belief in Buddhism by using Multitrait-Multimethod analysis. The samples were 590 junior high school students at Buddhist Scripture School who selected using the multi-stage random sampling....

Author(s): Thirachai Chaidi and Sunthorapot Damrongpanich

September 2016

Determınatıon of the footballers’ anger expressıon styles ın terms of some varıable at dıfferent unverstıes and hıgh schools ın Turkey

This research aims at revealing whether or not footballers’ anger expression styles show an alteration in terms of different variables. The descriptive method which is one of the quantitative research methods was adopted as the research model. Research group consists of 154 footballers who play in 8 teams from 12 teams in fifth-group in the regional amateur league. “Personal Information Form” which was...

Author(s): Kazım NAS

September 2016

Factors hindering the deployment of female teachers to headship positions in public primary schools in Nambale Sub-County, Kenya

Worldwide, women representation in management and leadership positions is marginal. Despite immense academic advancement by women, few of them do advance to management positions. In Kenya, women make up a critical portion of human resource base. However, they are grossly underrepresented at leadership positions. This situation is reflected in school leadership positions as well, including headship of schools. Unless the...

Author(s): Joseph, O. Mukolwe, Okwara Michael and Ajowi, O. Jack

September 2016

The use of engineering design concept for computer programming course: A model of blended learning environment

The aim of this research is to develop a learning model which blends factors from learning environment and engineering design concept for learning in computer programming course. The usage of the model was also analyzed. This study presents the design, implementation, and evaluation of the model. The research methodology is divided into three phases, they are: reviewing related literatures and surveying needs and...

Author(s): Kasame Tritrakan, Pachoen Kidrakarn and Manit Asanok

September 2016

Effect of most-to-least prompting procedure on dressing skill of students with Autism

Dressing skill is one of the necessary self-care skills that is taught to individuals with autism in order for them to be able to live independently. Typically, developing individuals can acquire dressing skill on their own; however, children with autism have difficulties in learning such skill without systematic teaching. Thus, teaching dressing skill should be one of the basic aims of educational service. To this end,...

Author(s): Galibiye ÇETREZ Ä°ÅžCAN, Elçin NURÇÄ°N and YeÅŸim FAZLIOÄžLU

September 2016

Pupils’ error on the concept of reversibility in solving arithmetic problems

The fact that there is no much study on reversibility is one of reason this study was conducted. Others, the importance of reversibility is also being researcher’s motivation for focusing pupils’ reversibility. On the other hand, the concern on pupils’ reversibility is a major concern. The objective of this research is to identify errors done by the pupils in solving arithmetic problems related to...

Author(s): Syarifatul Maf’ulah, Dwi Juniati and Tatag Yuli Eko Siswono

September 2016

Elementary school leaders’ perceptions of their roles in managing school curriculum: A case study

The implementation of the Malaysian National Education Blueprint in 2012 has expanded headmasters’ responsibilities and roles in managing schools.  The goal is to stabilize and strengthen the primary school education system, which brings tremendous pressure to bear on the headmasters charged with managing schools, especially in managing the school curriculum. This article explores the roles of elementary...

Author(s): Azuraida Shahadan and Ron Oliver