International Research in Education

International Research in Education is an Open Access, peer-reviewed, scholarly journal, published by Macrothink Institute. The journal publishes high quality, original works in education. The scopes include, but are not limited to, the following topics: early childhood education; higher education; vocational education; distance education; special education; educational technology, psychology, administration, evaluation; teaching and learning.

Researchers are encouraged to submit high quality original research work that has not been published nor under consideration by another journal or electronic medium.

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Once International Research in Education (IRE) receives an article, the author will be notified by e-mail that the submission has been received. An initial evaluation will be carried out to determine if the submission meets IRE standards and if it is within the scope of the journal.

If the paper passes the initial evaluation, the peer review process will be handled. The paper will be peer-reviewed by at least two potential reviewers who are experts in the same field. Reviewers are asked to complete the process within two weeks.

The contributions submitted to IRE will be reviewed based on the following general criteria:

  • Contribution to existing knowledge
  • Organization and Readability
  • Soundness of methodology
  • Evidence supports conclusion
  • Adequacy of literature review

When the reviews and recommendation have been received, the editor makes one of the following decisions: Accept Submission; Revisions Required; Resubmit for Review; Decline Submission.

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Copyrights for articles are retained by the authors, with first publication rights granted to the journal.



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Vol. 2, No. 1, March 2014

Vol. 2, No. 1, March 2014

Table of Contents


The Quality of Parent-Teacher Relationship Scale in the Kindergarten: A Greek Study PDF
Konstantinos Petrogiannis, Efthymia Penderi 1-21
Interactive, Conceptual Word Walls: Transforming Content Vocabulary Instruction one Word at a Time PDF
Julie K. Jackson 22-40
A Comparative Study of Attitudes of Academic Staffs towards Academic Dishonesty between USA and Iranian Higher Educational Institutions PDF
Ali Salahi Yekta, Robert Lupton, Hideki Takei, Khadem Mabudi, M Jahanfar 41-50
Teaching World Mindedness in Social Studies Classrooms in Primary Schools in Botswana: Reality or Illusion? PDF
Mavis B. Mhlauli 51-72
The PhD Supervisory Relationship Gap in the Accounting Discipline: A Study in a Malaysian Public University PDF
Erlane K Ghani, Jamaliah Said 73-92
Super Leadership Approach, Organizational Culture and Performance Satisfaction to Improve Teachers’ Performance (A Case Study in the Senior High School in the City of Makassar) PDF
Ahmad Mappaenre 93-102
Perceptions and Realities in Assessment Definitions and Uses PDF
Maddalena Taras, Mark S. Davies 103-117
For-Profit Colleges in the Economic Crisis: Thriving in Tough Times? PDF
Kai Yu, Hubert Ertl 118-133
Enjoyment of eLearning Among Teacher Education Students in Australia PDF
Jennifer Rowley, Jennifer O’Dea 134-144
Adapting Grounded Theory in Qualitative Research: Reflections from Personal Experience PDF
Philip Bulawa 145-168
Perceptions of Prospective Science Teachers about Science and Technology Concepts and Scientific-Technological Literacy PDF
Fatma Taşkın Ekici, Mustafa Aydoğdu 169-185
Leadership Capability Model for Motivating Junior Secondary School Teachers in Botswana PDF
Luke Moloko Moloko Mphale 186-199

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