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Vol 4, No 2 (2014)
Table of Contents
|Quantifying Natural Resources Using Field-Based Instruction and Hands-on Applications|
|Daniel Unger, David Kulhavy, I-Kuai Hung, Yanli Zhang||1-14|
|The Use of Low-Order and Higher-Order Questions in Mathematics Teaching: Video Analyses Case Study|
|Masitah Shahrill, Lawrence Mundia||15-34|
|The Teaching of Foreign Languages in Brazil with LDB Law nº. 5.692/71|
|Jonathas de Paula Chaguri||35-41|
|A New Look at School Enrolment in Ghana: A Statistical Analysis|
|Ferdinand Ahiakpor, Jacob Nunoo, Samuel Erasmus Alnaa||42-56|
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