Education News Archive - May 03, 2007
Multidisciplinary education is the cornerstone of a new, model legal curriculum being developed by Stanford Law School and today the school announced that it has created innovative joint degree programs with eleven Stanford graduate departments and schools.
By Alazzi, Khaled Abstract This study inquires about the attitudes of female students toward social studies. Using a phenomenological research approach, two groups of eighth and eleventh grade students were interviewed. Forty- eight students were selected to participate in the study.
By Chiodo, John J; Brown, Terrell D Abstract Many educators agree that pre-service teachers bring into their teacher education programs previously constructed ideas and beliefs about students, teaching, and learning.
By Doppen, Fran Abstract This study sought to assess the influence of an intensive social studies teacher preparation program on the belief of a cohort of graduate preservice teachers.
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