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1Pública 14: A Report of a Fieldtrip as an Educational Strategy of Integrating the International Dimension into the Goals of Higher Education06/21/2014ANABELA MOURA
2A review of lights and shadows of Polish educational integration07/19/2014Borowska-Beszta Beata
3FUNCTIONALITY OF ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CONTENT COVERED THROUGH THE SECONDARY SCHOOL GEOGRAPHY CURRICULUM IN KENYA 07/27/2014ROF.WAMUTITU M. JOSEPH
4A Case Study of Informal Learning in the Family Associated with Very-Late-Onset of Schizophrenia in Female 08/01/2014Borowska-Beszta Beata
5An Analysis of Progress towards Achieving EFA Goal 6 – The Barbados Experience08/08/2014Marshall, Ian (PhD)
6STUDY HABITS OF X CLASS STUDENTS IN RELATION TO THEIR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT09/01/2014Dr. G. NAGARANI
7The Effect of some Group Work Strategies in Designing Electronic Training Programs on Developing Staff Members Designing and Applying Skills of some Web2 Techniques09/12/2014El-Ghool
8I. IDENTIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF THE LEVEL OF EDUCATIONAL STATUS OF THE DEAF AND DUMB STUDENTS OF CLASS VII09/13/2014BISWAS PRARTHITA AND METE JAYANTA (DR)
9PROGRAMS FOR TEACHER EDUCATION: REITERATING PRE-SERVICE & IN-SERVICE PEDAGOGICAL CONCERNS09/20/2014Kanvaria, Vinod Kumar
10Anxiety and Neuroses in Albanian Children During Transition Period and its Influences on them. 09/26/2014Author: PhD student. Halimi Arbjola
11A Case Study of Cognitive – Educational Support for Elderly Female with Alzheimer’s Disease 10/31/2014Beata Borowska-Beszta, Roksana Urban
12Chinese attitudes toward inclusive education: Perspectives of Hong Kong and Macau secondary school teachers, students and parents11/17/2014CHEUNG Hoi Yan
13"On the Other Hand"11/26/2014Castro, Miguel
14The Availability of Solve Problems Skills Among Students in Special Education - Faculty of Education, University of Jazan, Saudi Arabia12/19/2014H.Ahmed Elhassan
15INTRA LINGUAL AND EXTRA LINGUAL VARIABLES IN TEACHING TURKISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE01/15/2015Yusuf Sahin
16INTRA LINGUAL AND EXTRA LINGUAL VARIABLES IN TEACHING TURKISH AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE01/15/2015Yusuf Sahin
17A Perspective of Taiwanese Interns on Professional Skills and Psychological Preparation for Fieldwork in Criminal Justice Settings 01/18/2015Mei-hua Chien
18A Comparative Study of Refusal Speech Acts Used by Turkish EFL learners and Native Speakers of English01/18/2015CAN, Alize & CENGIZHAN, Lütfiye
19A Comparative Study of Refusal Speech Acts Used by Turkish EFL learners and Native Speakers of English01/18/2015CAN, Alize & CENGIZHAN, Lütfiye
20European Union countries’ performance in PISA Comparative Study18/01/2015Javier M. Valle and Elena Piñana
21European Union countries’ performance in PISA Comparative Study18/01/2015Javier M. Valle and Elena Piñana
22Reengineering the Teaching of Thinking Skills at a Teacher Education University: The Malaysian Experience01/22/2015Maria Salih
23The Impact of Drug Abuse on Mental Health and Academic Compatibility among Secondary School Students: A Case Study of Zalingie city –Sudan31/1/20151Ahmed Elhassan Hamid Hassan 2ABD ALZIZ ABD ALFATTAH ELFEKY
24Females in Cultural Encryption A Review of Eight Polish Discourses on Females with Disabilities02/04/2015Borowska-Beszta Beata
25ROLE OF THE TEACHER IN QUALITY EDUCATION02/17/2015Radhika Agarwal
26A study on evaluation of curricular and co-curricular activities in KGBV of Assam03/20/2015Sampreety Gogoi
27Effectiveness of ICT Integration in Malaysian Schools: A Quantitative Analysis05/26/2015Ghavifekr , Simin
28Projections of Secondary School Teacher Demand in Kenya05/23/2015Wamukuru David Kuria
29Influence of In-Service Training (SMASSE) on Teachers’ Preparedness and Content Delivery in Teaching of Chemistry in Secondary Schools in Wajir County, Kenya05/23/2015Wamukuru David Kuria
32Shadowing Issues while the Research in Foreign Culture. A Lyon Case07/23/2015Beata Borowska-Beszta
33Development of the learners’ writing skills07/30/2015Georgios Besas
34SWOT Analysis as an Effective Tool for Creating an Effective Academic in the Higher Education System in Sri Lanka08/03/2015Manage Prabhashrini Dhanushika
35Theory and Theorizing asStunning Confusionsin theFieldwork.Analytical and Constructional Theorizing in Ethnographic Research08/23/2015Beata Borowska-Beszta
36English Language Learners’ Reading and Mathematics Achievement as a Function of Bilingual Education11/09/2015John R. Slate
37Disciplinary Alternative Education Program Placement and Academic Achievement by Student Gender and Ethnicity/Race11/09/2015John R. Slate
38Differences in College Readiness Rates Between Asian Boys and Girls in Texas High Schools: A Statewide, Multiyear Analysis11/11/2015John R. Slate
40Taming Psychosomatic Diversities: Art and Circus as Cultural Spaces for Self-Fulfilment ofMales with Rare Health Conditions.Andragogic Analysis of Life-Cycles01/29/2016Beata Borowska-Beszta
41Observe Merits and Appreciate Kindness (OMAK): A Research on How it Improved the Teacher/Student Relationship02/07/2016Ming-Li Chang
42Impact teaching and alternative school week designs on standardized exam performance of international students11/07/2015Kenneth David Strang
43Differences in High School Dropout Rates by School Size03/21/2016John R. Slate
44Predicting Licensing Revenue Generated from Commercialization of Universities’ Intellectual Property04/15/2016John R. Slate
45Paradigmatic Chaosas the Godzilla: Analysis of MethodologicalProblemsFaced by Novice QualitativeResearchers in Theoretical Frameworks and Research Performances04/21/2016Beata Borowska-Beszta
46EDUCATION AND THE CHALLENGES OF INNOVATION04/16/2016Ashima Joshi
47STATUS OF PEACE EDUCATION CONTENT COVERED IN THE UPPER PRIMARY SCHOOL SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM IN KENYA05/15/2016Joseph Mworia Wamutitu
48 STRUCTURAL AND STRATEGICAL CHANGES IN THE PROCESS OF DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH EDUCATION IN SERBIA07/15/2016Miroslav Kuka, Jove Talevski, Valentina Gulevska
57Differences in Academic Performance and At-risk Behaviors as a Function of Extracurricular Activity Participation for English Language Learners08/26/2016Slate, John R.
58Differences in the Academic Performance of Students in Poverty by School District08/26/2016Slate, John R.
60Setting a More Effective and Supportive Learning Environment for Small Class09/29/2016Manage Prabhashrini Dhanushika
61Grade Span Configuration and Academic Achievement by Ethnicity/Race: A Texas Multiyear Investigation10/26/2016John R. Slate
65Understanding the importance of Quality Education for Sustainable Development01/08/2017Ahmed Musa Khan
66A Support Received in the Large Families in Poland as a Factor Influencing the Students’ Results in School: Quantitative Survey Report25/01/2017Mateusz Smieszek
67Perception of Teacher Trainees on ‘Quality Training’ in District Institute of Education and Training07/08/2017N. Anandakuma, T.K. Swatantra Devi and G. Kalaiyarasan
68Motherhood in Females with Intellectual Disability: Review of Selected Polish Educational Research12/11/2017Agnieszka Karpinska
69The Relation Between the Internet and Social and School Functioning of Children and Adolescents: A Review of Research12/11/2017Mateusz Smieszek
70Taboo, Hijack or Fatalism as Culturally Learned Qualities of Bonds by Families Caring for Males and Females with Intellectual Disabilities at Homes: Secondary Data Analysis18/11/2017Beata Borowska-Beszta
71Innovation Based Learning Indonesian ICT Web Based Learning Through Improving Competence in Writing to The Scientific Paper Students18/01/2018Syahruddin
72Construction of Blended Teaching Model Based on Ecological Horizon01/02/2018Wang Yili; Sun Yidong
73Self-Efficacy Beliefs, Student Engagement and Learning in the Classroom: A Review Paper01/05/2018Beri Nimisha
74CO-SHOLASTIC ASSESSMENT ATTITUDE OF TEACHERS TOWARDS CCE30/05/2018D. BASKARAN; K. MEENATCHI
75ATTITUDE, COMMITMENT AND ACCOUNTABILITY OF TEACHERS TOWRDS CLASS MANAGEMENT IN CCE30/05/2018K. Meenatchi; D. Baskaran
76Refugee Youth and Their Transition from School to Further Education, Training and Employment in Australia28/6/2018Ziaian, Tahereh, Associate Professor