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2014 Vol. 2, No. 1 (In Progress)
Table of Contents
|The Quality of Parent-Teacher Relationship Scale in the Kindergarten: A Greek Study|
|Konstantinos Petrogiannis, Efthymia Penderi||1-21|
|Interactive, Conceptual Word Walls: Transforming Content Vocabulary Instruction one Word at a Time|
|Julie K. Jackson||22-40|
|A Comparative Study of Attitudes of Academic Staffs towards Academic Dishonesty between USA and Iranian Higher Educational Institutions|
|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?|
|Mavis B. Mhlauli||51-72|
|The PhD Supervisory Relationship Gap in the Accounting Discipline: A Study in a Malaysian Public University|
|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)|
|Perceptions and Realities in Assessment Definitions and Uses|
|Maddalena Taras, Mark S. Davies||103-117|
|For-Profit Colleges in the Economic Crisis: Thriving in Tough Times?|
|Kai Yu, Hubert Ertl||118-133|
|Enjoyment of eLearning Among Teacher Education Students in Australia|
|Jennifer Rowley, Jennifer O’Dea||134-144|
|Adapting Grounded Theory in Qualitative Research: Reflections from Personal Experience|
|Perceptions of Prospective Science Teachers about Science and Technology Concepts and Scientific-Technological Literacy|
|Fatma Taşkın Ekici, Mustafa Aydoğdu||169-185|
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