Vol 3, No 2 (2014)

Journal of Education and Learning Vol. 3, No. 2, 2014

Table of Contents


Having Many Irons in the Fire — Finnish Female Leaders’ School Memories PDF
Sanna Hyvärinen, Satu Uusiautti, Kaarina Määttä p1
First-Generation College Student Dissertation Abstracts: Research Strategies, Topical Analysis, and Lessons Learned PDF
James H. Banning p14
Generational Perspective of Higher Education Online Student Learning Styles PDF
Chad J. Williams, John J. Matt, Frances L. O’Reilly p33
Effect of Group Work on EFL Students’ Attitudes and Learning in Higher Education PDF
Hanan A. Taqi, Nowreyah A. Al-Nouh p52
Fostering Students’ Creativity through Van Hiele’s 5 phase-Based Tangram Activities PDF
Nyet Moi Siew, Chin Lu Chong p66
The Attitudes of the High School Students of Hail, Saudi Arabia towards the Current Educational Concepts PDF
Kholoud Ahmed Saleem Khasawneh p81
Measuring Student Preferences for Stimulus-Response (Rote) Learning PDF
Robert A. Peters, Raymond J. Higbea p92
The Relationship between English Language Arts Teachers’ Use of Instructional Strategies and Young Adolescents’ Reading Motivation, Engagement, and Preference PDF
Michelle Varuzza, Richard Sinatra, Robert Eschenauer, Brett Elizabeth Blake p108
The Invisible Barrier to Integrating Computer Technology in Education PDF
Ester Aflalo p120
The Healthy School Approach: Different Perspectives of Students and Educators PDF
Marie-Claude Rivard, Rollande Deslandes p135
What’s Wrong with Learning for the Exam? An Assessment-Based Approach for Student Engagement PDF
Hiroshi Ito p145
Reviewer Acknowledgements for Journal of Education and Learning, Vol. 3, No. 2 PDF
Barbara Sun p153

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