Vol 7, No 1 (2014)

International Education Studies Vol. 7, No. 1, January 2014

Table of Contents

Articles

A Study of Improving Eighth Graders’ Learning Deficiency in Algebra by Applying a Realistic Context Instructional Design PDF
Yu-Liang Chang, Yu-I Huang p1
Tourism Curriculum in a Global Perspective: Past, Present, and Future PDF
Walanchalee Wattanacharoensil p9
Students’ Perceptions of Emotional and Instrumental Teacher Support: Relations with Motivational and Emotional Responses PDF
Roger A. Federici, Einar M. Skaalvik p21
An Analysis on the Relationship between Lecturers’ Competencies and Students’ Satisfaction PDF
Choi Sang Long, Zaiton Ibrahim, Tan Owee Kowang p37
A Comparison of the Internationalization of Education in Taiwan and Japan: The Perspective of Elementary School Principals PDF
Ming-Huang Lin, Shan-Hua Chen p47
Calculating Overall Subsidies for Special Education by Acquiring Information from Individual Students PDF
Hsuan-Fu Ho, Sheng-Ju Chan, Liang-Ching Lin, Pi-Yu Chen p60
Proportional Reasoning: How do the 4th Graders Use Their Intuitive Understanding? PDF
Sylvana Novilia Sumarto, Frans van Galen, Zulkardi Zulkardi, Darmawijoyo Darmawijoyo p69
Motives of Students’ Joining Master Program at Princess Alia University College/Al Balqa Applied University PDF
Abdullah Eid Al Habahbeh p81
The Development of Visionary Leadership Administrators in Thai Primary School PDF
Suwit Yordsala, Kowat Tesaputa, Anan Sri-Ampai p92
The Degree of Applying the Theoretical Frameworks of Child-Raising Speciall Courses in the Field of Training among the Female Students of Princess Alia University College PDF
Mashhour Mohammad Tweeikat, Muhammad Ibrahim AL-Kaddah p102


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