Latest Educational philosophy Stories
By Rock, Marcia L Gregg, Madeleine; Ellis, Edwin; Gable, Robert A ABSTRACT: Today, teachers are responsible not only for meeting the diverse needs of all students but also for ensuring improved educational outcomes.
By Rowland, Amy Abstract: In this article, the author explores the use of journaling in high school physical education classes.
By Palumbo, Anthony Sanacore, Joseph Abstract: Beginning secondary school teachers need support.
By Bernold, Leonhard E Spurlin, Joni E; Anson, Chr
By Hutchinson, Damien ABSTRACT As a teaching practice the application of cooperative learning in tertiary education can present unique challenges for both the practitioner and her students.
By Rumph, Robin Ninness, Chris; McCuller, Glen; Holland, James; Et al ABSTRACT: Skinner's classic article is reinterpreted in light of contemporary events. Skinner principally blamed cognitive psychology and colleges of education for the shameful state of American education.
By Maltese, Adam V Dexter, Kirsten M; Tai, Robert H; Sadler, Philip M Using a national survey of more than 7,000 students from 128 different college introductory science courses, the authors compared students who experienced Block scheduling and Traditional scheduling in high school.
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.
By Mastropieri, Margo A; Scruggs, Thomas E; Norland, Jennifer J; Berkeley, Sheri; Et al This investigation compared quantitative outcomes associated with classwide peer tutoring using differentiated hands-on activities vs.
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