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01.School Improvement: International Perspectives
02.Challenging Thinking about Teaching and Learning
03.Knowing Differently: Arts-Based and Collaborative Research Methods
04.Accessing the General Physical Education Curriculum for Students with Sensory Deficits
05.Easy, Enjoyable, Effective E--Learning (Includes DVD)
06.Environmental and Geographic Education for Sustainability: Cultural Contexts
07.Vocational Education: Current Issues and Prospects
08.Leading-Edge Health Education Issues
09.How to Solve Problems: New Methods and Ideas
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Editors: Troy B. Stephens and Jon E. Duncan
Book Description:
This new book compiles biographical sketches of top professionals in the field of education research, as well as research summaries from a number of different focuses in this important field. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-xviii

Distance Education Initiatives and their Early 21st Century Role in the Lives of People with Disabilities;pp. 1-2

Discourse on the Problems, Prospects, and Progress of Distance Education in a Developing Country;pp. 3
(Princely Ifinedo,Nwachukwu Prince Ololube)

Persuasion On-Line and Communicability: The Destruction of Credibility in the Virtual Community and Cognitive Models;pp. 5
(Francisco V.Cipolla-Ficarra)

Educational Games and Communicability: Design, Learning and Interactive Applications;pp. 7
(Francisco V.Cipolla-Ficarra)

Playing to Learn: Experiences in Virtual Biology Environments;pp. 9
(Muwanga-Zake,Johnnie Wycliffe Frank)

The Role of Contextual Interference and Mental Engagement on Learning;pp. 11

Learning to Game and Gaming to Learn: A Process-Oriented Pedagogy for Collaborative Game-Based Learning;pp. 13-14
(Philip Bonanno)

Intelligent Educational Games: A Constraint-Based Approach;pp. 15
(Brent Martin)

Natural Multimodal Interaction in Collaborative Visualization;
pp. 17-18

Working with Cultural Differences: A Case Study in Multicultural Teamwork using a 3DCVE;pp. 19
(Theodor Wyeld)

Patterns for the Design of Educational Games;pp. 21
(Dennis Maciuszek,Alke Martens)

Educational Computer Games and their Application to Developmental Disabilities;pp. 23-24
(Bertram O.Ploog)

Call for Learning-Game Design Patterns;pp. 25
(Kristian Kiili)

Application of Educational Games in Psychotherapy;pp. 27-28
(Veronika Brezinka)

Computer Games, Education and the Good Life;pp. 29
(Mark Coekelbergh)

It's Your Turn!: Exploring the Benefits of a Traditional Board Game for the Development of Learning Communities;pp. 31
(Kate Rossiter,Kate Reeve)

Interactive Fiction as Educational Gaming for L2 English Improvement;pp. 33-34
(Federico Gobbo)

Petimo: Safe Social Networking Robot for Children;pp. 35-36
(A.D.Cheok,O.N.Newton,Fernando,M.Rukshani Narangoda,N.Ranasinghe,
I.Sawubhagya Godage,K.Zhu,K.Karunanayaka,R.Lalintha Peirus,
J.Keng Soon Teh,C.Priyange Edirisinghe,T.Merriett,D.Abeyrathne,
K.Hoogendoorn,J.Hou,W.Wang Thang,C.Lasantha Fernando,
A.Indrajith Withana,M.Dayarathna,Y.Morisawa,M.Danjo,N.Lan-Lan Ma)

Adolescent Educational Outcomes: Do Peer Networks Matter?;pp. 37
(Igor Ryabov,Franklin Goza)

Constructivism as Educational Theory: Contingency in Learning, and Optimally Guided Instruction;pp. 39
(Keith S.Taber)

Bridging Educational Technologies and School Environment: Implementations and Findings from Research Studies;pp. 41-42

One Night in Night School to High School in Brazil: Some Impressions;pp. 43
(Heslley Machado Silva)

Pre-Service Mathematics Teachersí Perceptions about Mathematics Problems and the Nature of Problem Solving;pp. 45
(Fatma Kayan Fadlelmula,Erdinc Cakiroglu)

Synthesis of Learning in the Patchwork Text: Patchwork Assessment or Patched Work Assessment?;pp. 47
(Kelvin Tan,Chong Siew Fong)

E- Maths;pp. 49
(Angel Garrido)

Cognitive Diversity in Interdisciplinary Educational Theory Development;pp. 51
(Don Ambrose)

Brain Plasticity and Phonetic Training for English-as-a-Second-Language Learners;pp. 53-54
(Yang Zhang,Bing Cheng)

Exploring the Effects of Similar and Same Task Repetition on Learnersí Second Language Pragmatic Proficiency;pp. 55
(Masahiro Takimoto)

Improving Asian Studentsí Text Comprehension and Interpretation through Reader Response;pp. 57
(Jia-Ling Charlene Yau)

Using Authentic Newspaper Texts in Teaching Intermediate Vocabulary;pp. 59-60
(Eda Ustunel,Gamze Gedikoglu)

Speak the Real: News Articles as a Major Source for Oral Competence;pp. 61

EFL/ESL Teaching in China: Questions, Questions, Questions;pp. 63
(Niu Qiang,Martin Wolff)

Improving Reading Skills for ESL Learners using SoundSpel;pp. 65

Lifelong Learning ó Theoretical and Practical Perspectives on Adult Numeracy and Vocational Mathematics;pp. 67-68
(Gail E.FitzSimons)

Physician Lifelong Learning: Conceptualization, Measurement, and Correlates in Full-Time Clinicians and Academic Clinicians;pp. 69

A Competence Perspective on Lifelong Workplace Learning;pp. 71
(C.Stamov Rofnagel,S.Baron,B.M.Kudielka,K.Schomann)

Lifelong Learning and Lifestyles: The Influence of Media on Adolescent Health Literacy;pp. 73-74
(D.Begoray,M.Cimon,J.Wharf Hiffins)

Workplace Learning and Work-Related Identity Constructions in a Clinical Setting;pp. 75-76
(Susanna Paloniemi,Kaija Collin)

The TeTraKap Project: A Knowledge Capitalization Approach for Teachersí Lifelong Learning;pp. 77
(Thierry Condamines,Celine Quenu-Joiron)

Utilizing E-Learning to Train Medical Personnel for Emergency Preparedness;pp. 79-80

Lifelong Learning for Physicians;pp. 81-82
(Aamir Jalal Al Mosawi)

Web 2.0 Ė Transforming Businesses: How Corporations use the New Technologies;pp. 83
(Ulf-Daniel Ehlers)

The Affective Dimension of Learning and Teaching Mathematics and Science;pp. 85

Faculty Learning in Online Courses;pp. 87
Luis M.Villar Angulo,Olga Maria Alegre de la Rosa)

A Principalís View on the use of the Objective Knowledge Growth Framework (OKGF) as a Reflection Tool;pp. 89
(Stephanie Chitpin,J.Gary Knowles)

The Shape of the Earth and the Night and Day Cycle Learning: Knowledge Development for Elementary School French Children;pp. 91
(Valerie Frede)

Portfolios: An Affordable and Effective Means to Pursue Lifelong Learning;pp. 93
(Curtise K.C.Ng)

Framework of Ubiquitous Augmented Reality Computing for Self Learning in Daily Life;pp. 95
(Irene)Rui Chen,Xiangyu Wang)

Lifelong Learning in Greece: A Critical Review of Policies and Institutions;pp. 97
(Thanassis Karalis,Maria Pavlis-Korres)

The Demand and Supply of Higher Education Impacting Unemployment;
pp. 99-100
(Sahar Bahmani)

The Present and the Future of Higher Education: A View from Portugal;pp. 101-102

The Scandal of Schools of Education: Institutional Integration and the Descent of Practice;pp. 103
(Steven Loomis,Jacob Rodriguez)

The Development and Problems of Training Teachers for Vocational and Technical Education in Turkey;pp. 105-106
(Yucel Gelisli)

University Degrees in Physical Education in Spain after the Adaptation Process to the European Higher Education Area and its Consequences;pp. 107
(Jose Maria Cancela Carral,Carlos Ayan Perez)

The Fragmentation of Nursing Education;pp. 109-110
(Deovina Nasis Jordan,James Lowell Jordan)

Crisis from Within: Higher Education Institutions as Adaptive Knowledge-Based Organizations;pp. 111
(Sam J.Fugazzotto)

Prospective Teachersí General Epistemic Curiosity and Doman-Specific Epistemic Curiosity: The Mediating Role of Perceived Instrumentality;pp. 113-114
(Altay Eren)

A Perspective from a Studentsí Quality Circle;pp. 115-116

Implications of the DEDEPRO(TM) Model for Interactive Analysis of the Teaching-Learning Process in Higher Education;pp. 117
Jesus de la Fuente)

Getting Back to Basics in Teacher Education;pp. 119
(Bruce Torff)

Matching Higher Education and Labor Markets in the European Higher Education Area;pp. 121-122
(Irakli Gvaramadze)

The Effects of Text, Graphic Images and Audio on Learning;pp. 123

Do Illustrated Instructional Books Promote Multimedia Learning?;
pp. 125

The Rise of the Computer as an Assistive Technology for Education in Chronic Musculoskeletal Disease;pp. 127-128
(Andrew S. Wilson,S.P.Young)

Relational Frame Theory and Behavioral Interventions for Young Children with Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities;pp. 129-130

The Use of a Racetracks Procedures to Improve the Academic Behaviors of Students in Special and Remedial Education: Suggestions for School Personnel;pp. 131

Analysis of Social Stories Interventions to Teach Social Skills to Students with ASD;pp. 133
(Sir B.Tarnai,P.S.Wolfe,F.R.Rusch,D.L.Lee)

Virtual Reality as a Tool to Improve the Quality of Life of People with Autism and Learning Difficulties;pp. 135-136

Disproportionality in Special Education: Synthesis, Illustration and Implications;pp. 137

What's in a Name? The Inconsistency in Special Education Diagnoses and Labels;pp. 139

Realistic Mathematics Education for Young Students with Special Educational Needs;pp. 141
J.E.H.Van Luit,Jo M.C.Nelissen,M.C.Peltenburg)

Using University-Based Consultation to Implement Positive Behavior Support Interventions in the Classroom;pp. 143
(Morgan Chitiyo,John J.Wheeler)

Patient Education in an Acute Care Setting. Feasability and Medium-Time Effects of a Short Participatory Patient-Education Focusing on Hypertension in Elderly Patients with Non-Insulin-Dependent Diabetes;pp. 145-146

Embracing Data: Potential Uses for Data Logging in Online Learning Environments;pp. 147
(Erik W.Black,Kara Dawson)

Academic Performance and Graduate Outcomes: Does Age Matter?;pp. 149
(Ian Li,Paul W.Miller)

Transforming Chinaís Adult and Continuing Education: Structure, Management, and Quality;pp. 151
(Ning Rong Liu)

Minimizing the Impact of Written Screening Tools on the Management of Adult Patients with Low Health Literacy;pp. 153
(Timothy V.Johnson,Viraj A.Master)

Vocational Education and Economic Development: A Study of Ghana;
pp. 155
(George M.Osei)

Using ICT Resources in Project-based Learning Within a Vocational Education and Training Environment;pp 157
(Helen Bound,Annette Salter)

Turning Up the Volume: Young Adults Reflect on their Secondary School Experience;pp. 159
(Deborah Espiner,Diane Guild)

Study Guides;pp. 161

The Impact of the New ACGME Competencies on Graduate Medical Education: The Ophthalmology Experience;pp. 163-164
(Andrew G.Lee)

Theory in Medical Education;pp. 165
David Kaufman)

Teaching Medical Students about Decision Making;pp. 167
(Dylan Evans)

Science for All: Embracing Science Modules for Non-Science Students in Liberal Studies in Hong Kong;pp. 169
(D.F.Chun-Lok,V.Yip Wing-Yan,A.Lau)

The Negotiated Project Approach and E-Learning: Curriculum Innovations in Early Years in Hong Kong;pp. 171-172
(Joyce Yuen-ling Li)

Up to Me, Them or the Relation between Us? Teachersí Expressed Conceptions about Teaching;pp. 173
(Goran Brante)

Problem-Solving from Polya to Nowadays: A Review and Future Perspectives;pp. 175-176
(Michael Gr.Voskoglou)

Teachers as Curriculum Mediators: A Study on the Implementation of Social Studies Curriculum in Turkey;pp. 177
(Hulya Kosar Altinyelken)

Formative Assessment in Vocational Education: Student Involvement in Monitoring Progress in their Learning;pp. 179
(J.M.Martijn Leenknecht,Harm Tillema)

Rethinking Vocational Education and Training: Hauling in from Maritime Education;pp. 181
(Gholam Reza)

The Vocational Guidance System in Turkey;pp. 183
(Sermin Kulahoglu)

An Authentic Approach to Problem-Solving in Real Life Contexts: The Integration of the DISCOVER Curriculum with TASC and PBL;pp. 185
(Maria Paz Gomez-Arizaga,C.June Maker)

Pupils as Curriculum Planners: Turning the Curriculum Gap into an Asset;pp. 187
(Margarita Gerouki)

Using the Hexagon to Identify Future Foreign Language Teachers;
pp. 189-190
(Peter Swanson)

The Impact of E-Learning on End-Users Satisfaction;pp. 191
(Sweta Singh)

Paradigm Shifts in Leadership for Learning;pp. 193
(Yin Cheong Cheng)

Japanís Higher Education: Long-Ending or New Beginnings?;pp. 195-196
(Malcolm H.Field)

Perspectives of Turkish Pre-Service Mathematics Teachers of Elementary Level on Mathematical Proof;pp. 197
(Savas Basturk)

A Systematic Literature Review of Nurse Studentsí Perceptions of the Caring Concept;pp. 199-200
Evridiki Papastavrou,Panayiota Andreou)

Leading Small Rural Schools: A Stressful Juggling Act?;pp. 201
(Valerie Wilson)

Impact of School Telehealth on Access to Medical Care, Clinical Outcomes, and Cost Savings among Children in Rural Arkansas;
pp. 203-204

Elearning in Crisis: Should Not the Pedagogy Lead the Technology?;
pp. 205
(Arianne Rourke,Kathryn Coleman)

EUís Strategy in Enhancing Academic Relations with China;pp. 207-208
(Cristina Pinna)

Equity and Quality in Higher Education;pp. 209
(Boas Shulruf,Grace Ying Wang)

Education and Mass Hysteria in Adolescents of a Religious School;
pp. 211
(Nashyiela Loa-Zavala)

The Practice Doctorate in Nursing;pp. 213
(Arlene M.Sperhac)

Using the Affordances of Wiki to Support Collaborative Argumentation in Secondary Science Education;pp. 215-216

Educational Change in Two Secondary Science Teachers with Different Levels of Experience Participating in a Longitudinal Program of Professional Development;pp. 217-218
(C.Peme-Aranega,V.Mellado,A.L.De Longhi,C.Ruiz,A.Moreno,M.R.Arganaraz)

Empirical Approach to Academic Achievement in the University: Analysis from Pre-University Phases;pp. 219

Social Returns to Education in Turkey: Some Quantile Estimates;pp. 221

Demand for Secondary School Education in Kenya: The Effects of Economic and Social Factors;pp. 223-225
(Jane Kabubo-Mariara)

Digital Divide between Teenagers and Parents;pp. 227
(Jon Altuna,Arkaitz Lareki)

Like a Rolling Stone? Recent Trends in Finnish Upper Secondary Education;pp. 229
(Laura Helle,Kirsi Klemela)

Challenges for Using ICT in Secondary Schools of Developing Countries in 21th Century: Study of Iranian Educational System;pp. 231-232
(Bibi Eshrat Zamani)

Secondary Education in England: The Legacy of Tony Blair: A Sociological Analysis;pp. 233
(David Webster)

Improving Motivation and Performance in Secondary School Science;
pp. 235

Teaching Strategies to Improve Physics Understanding: The Role of Analogical and Structural Models;pp. 237-238
(Besson Ugo)

Appreciative Learning Approach as a Pedagogical Strategy and Computer Games Development as a Technological Tool;pp. 239-240
(Eow Yee Leng,Wan Zah Wan Ali,Rosnaini Mahmud,Roselan Baki)

Teaching Strategies and Procedures in Chemical Education Based on Blended Learning;pp. 241-242
(Maria Limniou, Nikos Papadopoulos)

Classroom Questioning: Teaching Strategies to Enhance Learning;pp. 243
(Patricia Albergaria-Almeida,Jose Joaquim Cristino Teixeira-Dias)

Teaching Strategies for Student Success: Anti-Bias Curriculum, Culturally Responsive Practices, and English Language Learners;pp. 245-246
(Vickie E.Lake,Miranda Lin)

Teaching Informational Strategies for Lifelong Learning;pp. 247
(Maria Jose Hernandez-Serrano,Marta Fuentes Agusti)

Coaching: An Innovative Teaching Strategy in Heart Failure Home Management;pp. 249

Developing Doctoral Student Mentoring through Narrative Teaching Strategies;pp. 251
(Raimo Kaasila,Sonja Lutovac)

The Impact of Generic Teaching Strategies from a Professional Development Program on Discipline-Specific Faculty;pp. 253
(Roisin Donnelly,Martina Crehan)

Intercultural Competences Through Mediated Learning;pp. 255
(Alison Gourves-Hayward,Christophe Morace)

Use of Web Tools to Enhance Learning Outcomes in Chemical Engineering;pp. 257

Differences in the Use of Teaching Strategies in Different Disciplines;pp. 259-260
(Ulrike Hanke,Anne Allgaier)

Motivated Teachers Motivate Students: Instructional Practices for Enhancing Studentsí Motivation;pp. 261
(Angelica Moe)

An E-Learning Proposal to Teach Integrated Humanities;pp. 263
(Wilfred W.F.Lau,Allan H.K.Yuen)

Teaching Strategies in Medical Education;pp. 265
(Huda Elhwairis)

Entrepreneurship Education in the Age of Effectuation: Teaching Strategies Evidence from Mexico and Germany;pp. 267-268
(Maribel Guerrero,Susanne Steiner)

Do Secondary Schoolís Alumni Recruiting from Different Continents who Begin Education at the Medical Faculty of the University Know the Most Important Elements of First Aid?;pp. 269-270

An Investigation of Science-Technology-Society Education: Perceptions of Secondary Biology Teachers;pp. 271
(C.Bettencourt,J.A.Lopes Velho,P.Albergaria-Almeida)

An Empirical Case Study on Mathematics Pre-Srvice Teachersí Pedagogical Content Knowledge Related to the Limit and Continuity Concepts with Regard to Studentsí Difficulties;pp. 273-274
(Savas Basturk,Gulden Donmez)

Emotional Contagion in the Classroom: How Much Can a Teacherís Enthusiasm Increase Studentsí Achievement Motivation?;pp. 275
(Angelica Moe)

An Enquiry into Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan: The Universal Elementary Education Programme of India;pp. 277-278
(Diganta Mukherjee)

Prevalence, Patterns and Correlates of High-Risk Behaviors among Urban Youth;pp. 279-280

Capacity Building for Environmental Learning and Sustainable Living: Environmental Management Systems in Schools in South Africa;
pp. 281-282

Embeddedness and Innovation Practice in Rural Areas: A Multi-Scale Approach;pp.283-284
(Arnt Floysand,Stig-Erik Jakobsen)

Helicobacter Pylori Prevalence and Transmission among Children Attending Rural Schools; A Critical Review of Evidence;pp. 285-286
(Filipa F.Vale)

Civic Engagement and the Urban Student: What are Schools Doing and How are They Doing It?;pp. 287
(Shauna A.Morimoto,Kevin M.Fitzpatrick)

Language in Rural Primary Schools in Multilingual Settings: The Case of Karagwe in Tanzania;pp. 289
(Asa Wedin)

From Coastal Lush to the Burned, Red Centre: Pursuing School Improvement in Regional Australia;pp. 291
(Simon Clarke,Helen Wildy)

How to Make the School Classroom a Drug Free Workplace for the Child Worker;pp. 293
Jerrold B.Leikin)

"It's Not Just Dealing With the Bullying Student; Rather It's Also Their Parents": Teachersí Perceptions of Self-Efficacy in Dealing With Parents of Bullying Students and Victims;pp. 295
(Revital Sela-Shayovitz)

Teaching Health Promotion in Nursing: Promoting Active Learning;pp. 297-298
(Eva Brunner,Olivia Kada)

Glocalized Classroom, Emancipatory Competence and Critical Pedagogy: A Paradigm Shift;pp. 299-300
(Mohammad Ali Salmani Nodoushan,Parisa Daftarifard)

Physical Activity and Hypertension: Results From Cohort Studies and Meta-Analysis;pp. 301-302

Physical Activity Behaviour of Overweight and Obese Children;
pp. 303-304

The Role of Sporting Motivations in Physical Activity Educattion: Study of Adolescent Athletes;pp. 305-306
(Rita Mikulan,Bettina Pioko)

Impact of School Telehealth on Access to Medical Care, Clinical Outcomes, and Cost Savings Among Children in Rural Arkansas;
pp. 307-308

A Conceptual Framework on Managing Student Misbehaviors and a Research in Primary Schools in Turkey;pp. 309-310
(Kemal Kayikci)

Preschool Teachersí Views on Health Education in Early Years;pp. 311
(Cecilia Obeng)

Leadership Program Curricula and Student Objectives: A Focus on Service Learning;pp. 313-314
(Patrick Hughes,Erin White-Mincarelli)

Robert Owenís Legacy Across National Borders;pp. 315
(Kaspar Burger)

The Influence of Motivation on the Use of Learning Strategies in the Classroom;pp. 317
(Ayumi Tanaka,Kiho Tanaka)

Enhancing Student Motivation Through the Pursuit of Possible Selves;pp. 319

Psychosocial Profile of Unsuccessful University Student: Personality and Motivational Factors Revisited;pp. 321
(Eduardo Infante,Manual Marin)

Improving Motivation and Performance in Secondary School Science;
pp. 323

Self-Concept and Self-Efficacy in Mathematics: Relation with Mathematics, Motivation and Acheivement;pp. 325
(Einar M.Skaalvik,Sidsel Skaalvik)

An Empirical Study of Boys' Academic Motivation;pp. 327
(Roger Vallance)

Honoring the Differences: A Re-Examination of Academic Motivation with Reference to Student Gender;pp. 329
(Caroline Mansfield,Roger Vallance)

A Motivational Perspective on the Self-Regulated Learning in Higher Education;pp. 331

Developing Mathematics Classroom Practices: The Role of Coherence and Collaboration;pp. 333
(Christine Suurtamm.Barbara Graves)

The Instructional Design of Online Collaborative Learning;pp. 335
(Laurie Posey, Laurie Lyons)

New Forms of and Tools for Cooperative Learning with Social Software in Higher Education;pp. 337
(Sandra Schaffert, Martin Ebner)

Affordances of ďMy Learning SpaceĒ For Constructivist Learning;pp.339
(Nadarajah Loganathan,Qiyun Wang)

      Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2013- January
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   ISBN: 978-1-62417-912-9
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