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: July 2008; 3(7)

July 2008

Evolutionary processes in the development of errors in subtraction algorithms

  The study of errors made in subtraction is a research subject approached from different theoretical premises that affect different components of the algorithmic process as triggers of their generation. In the following research an attempt has been made to investigate the typology and nature of errors which occur in subtractions and their evolution throughout primary education. The main aim of the research is...

Author(s): Ricardo López Fernández  and Ana  B. Sánchez García

July 2008

The effects of reciprocal peer tutoring on the enhancement of career decision making process among secondary school adolescents

  The study investigated the effects of reciprocal peer tutoring in the enhancement of career decision making process among secondary school adolescent students. The interaction of sex with treatment on career decision making process of secondary school adolescent students was also investigated. 120 students from two co-educational secondary schools in Effurun, Delta State Nigeria participated in the...

Author(s): Jude J Obiunu

July 2008

Gender difference in integrated science achiev-ement among pre service teachers in Nigeria

  The Integrated science achievement of graduating pre-service teachers over a period of 3 years was examined for gender differences. Data were drawn from students’ (126 male and 127 female) final year results from a college of education in Nigeria. Findings revealed that the gender gap in integrated science achievement, among the sample data, could be disappearing. This is a source of hope for the...

Author(s): Afuwape Moses O. and Oludipe Daniel I.

July 2008

Measuring organizational responses to the student complaints in the perceived justice framework: Some evidence from northern cyprus universities

  The main aim of the study is to determine what kind of complaints students have, how universities react to these complaints, and how relevant reactions affect justice perceptions, complainant satisfaction, exit and negative word of mouth intensions of the students. In order to find out students’ perceptions on university responses to their complaints, the justice dimensions; procedural, interactional,...

Author(s): Erdogan H. Ekiz, Huseyin Arasli, Guita Farivarsadri and Ali Bavik