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: May 2011; 6(5)

May 2011

Computer usage as instructional resources for vocational training in Nigeria

  The use of computers has become the driving force in the delivery of instruction of today’s vocational education and training (VET) in Nigeria. Though computers havebecome an increasingly accessible resource for educators to use in their teaching activities, most teachers are still unable to integrate it in their teaching and learning processes. Computers are used to...

Author(s): Nkasiobi Silas Oguzor

May 2011

Training needs assessment in occupational risk prevention into schools

  The assessment of needs plays a relevant role in the training for preventing of risks at work into school, as it is a scientific procedure to identify and prioritise problems existing within an educative context. This type of assessment is the starting point for a subsequent planning of the educative interventions that will enable pupils and teachers to act on potential deficiencies detected into risks of...

Author(s): Antonio Burgos-García, Enrique Alonso-Morillejo and Carmen Pozo-Muñoz

May 2011

Creative thought in teaching Turkish language

  Primary  Turkish lesson curriculum aims to educate individuals who can use Turkish and the abilities of speaking, writing, listening and reading efficiently; who can express feelings, ideas and dreams; who are sensitive to national values and who has the consciousness of language and the top level conscious abilities such as classification, investigating and critical thinking, and the ones who can take...

Author(s): Talat Aytan, Nail Güney and Mesut Gün

May 2011

Student teachers’ views about assessment and evaluation methods in mathematics

  This study aimed to find out assessment and evaluation approaches in a Mathematics Teacher Training Department based on the views and experiences of student teachers. The study used a descriptive survey method, with the research sample consisting of 150 third- and fourth-year Primary Mathematics student teachers. Data were collected using a self-constructed questionnaire. Piloting, factor and reliability...

Author(s): Mustafa DoÄŸan

May 2011

Comparing traditional and computer assisted education in the teaching of colour to 6th grade students and determination of its retention

  In this study, informing 6th grade students on the subject of colour was taught using traditional and computer assisted education methods. Colour information was taught by the researcher for 5 weeks in order to specify the influence of both methods on students. The test, which was prepared at the beginning of the study and at the end of five-week programme, was given to the students, and pre-test and...

Author(s):   Gültekin Akengin

May 2011

Prospective teachers’ inclination to single representation and their development of the function concept

  This study investigates prospective teachers’ understanding of the connections between algebraic and graphical representations of the functions and their development of the concept via process-object conceptions in each of these situations. The results indicated that most of the participants were dependent upon an algebraic expression to think about a function and use it in the processes of derivative...

Author(s): Ibrahim Bayazit

May 2011

Academic procrastination among undergraduates attending school of physical education and sports: Role of general procrastination, academic motivation and academic self-efficacy

  Today, procrastination is a more common phenomenon among students than ever. Because they have lots of thing to do but they have limited time. When the literature concerning procrastination is reviewed, it can be easily made out that reasons for procrastination behaviours are various. Because of these reasons, sometimes, we do not go into action until the very last minute, sometimes, we go into action after...

Author(s): Erkan Faruk Åžirin