Latest Educational philosophy Stories

2008-02-14 03:00:30

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.

2007-12-29 03:00:21

By Rowland, Amy Abstract: In this article, the author explores the use of journaling in high school physical education classes.

2007-12-29 03:00:20

By Palumbo, Anthony Sanacore, Joseph Abstract: Beginning secondary school teachers need support.

2007-11-16 06:00:40

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.

2007-07-01 03:16:09

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.

2007-06-27 06:01:10

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.

2007-05-03 06:00:30

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.

2006-11-01 06:01:43

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.

Word of the Day
  • In medieval musical notation, a sign or neume denoting a shake or trill.
The word 'quilisma' comes from a Greek word meaning 'a roll'.