Category: Primary and secondary education

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Performance of the Kindergarten Teachers and Its Relation to Pupils Achievement in Different Learning Areas

This study aimed to determine the performance of the kindergarten teachers and its relation to pupils’ achievement in different learning areas in the Division of Kabankalan City. Using the standardized assessment and evaluation of the Department of Education secondary data, 100 kinder teachers and 2901 kinder pupils were investigated to determine the performance of the

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The Benefits of Images : Guess and Check Game in Math Classroom

Geometry is a learning that requires some ability to cover it. One of it is the spatial ability. The purpose of this study are how learning geometry in mathematics education, Teacher Training and Education Faculty at the University of Muhammadiyah Purwokerto, Indonesia can be easily understood by students. So, the researchers made a model of

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The Usefulness of Curriculum Mapping in Writing Learning Modules

This study sought to determine the usefulness of curriculum mapping in teaching Asian History. As the High School Social Studies Coordinator, I found it essential to conduct a research on how curriculum maps enable the teachers in our academic unit to articulately plan the curriculum and effectively deliver instruction. Is curriculum mapping useful in teaching

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A Study of School-based Curriculum to Disaster Prevention Teaching for Sixth Graders in the Elementary School

For the past few years, global natural disasters happened constantly. Taiwan is located in Northeast Asia. The most impressed natural disaster for Taiwanese is the 2011 off the Pacific coast of Tohoku Earthquake. Because the geographical environment of Taiwan and Japan are very similar, the same disaster may also happen in Taiwan. Besides, the natural

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The Effect of I-Ching Education on the Temperament of Elementary School Children, Lifelong Learning Capability and Bullying Behavior

Among the world’s four ancient civilizations, only Chinese culture has remained viable into modern times. The main reason is that Chinese culture is constructed on a cultural structure of positive value. The foundation of philosophy for Chinese culture is I-Ching. The purpose of this study is to explore how promoting I-Ching reading education in elementary

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Pedagogical Content Knowledge and Students’ Cognitive Ability in Physics

This study aimed at determining the impact of the Pedagogical Content Knowledge (PCK) instructions in the Cognitive Ability in Physics of low achieving students as Treatment Group. This used one-way analysis of variance to test the significant differences in Physics’ Pretest and Scores in Physics between the Treatment and Control Groups. Pearson correlation was used

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The C.L.E.A.R. Framework for Successfully Educating and Empowering Diverse Student Populations

Breaking the visible and invisible barriers that impede the success of school-age children of racially and linguistically diverse communities requires that we have a clear framework that allows for their academic and holistic success. The C.L.E.A.R. approach is a culturally responsive framework designed by this author, based upon a yearlong qualitative research study of urban

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Essays and Related Writing Tasks for Language Testing

For many reasons writing is one of the foundational skills of educated persons. Tests of writing skills are therefore needed. The intent of this paper is to discuss and explore traditional essay techniques and suggests both objective and subjective scoring methods. It is recognized that the problem of quantifying essay tasks is a crucial difficulty

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Relationship Between Multiple Intelligences and Performance in Technology Livelihood Education: Basis for Differentiated Instruction

This research seeks to make an impact analysis on multiple intelligence as the basis for differentiated classroom instruction in TLE. It will also address the felt need of how TLE subject could be taught effectively exhausting all the possible means.This study seek the effect of giving different instruction according to the ability of the students

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An Expert Module of an Intelligent Tutoring System

Intelligent Tutoring Systems (ITSs) are complex computer programs that manage various heterogeneous types of knowledge ranging from domain to pedagogical knowledge. ITS aims to overcome some educational problems concerning individual differences, capabilities and skills. So, the recognized leadership in the learning process is centered on the student himself. This research is adopting on the Natural

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The Study of 12th Grade Student’s View of Nature of Science: Classroom Action Research

Views of Nature of Science is one of crucial scientific learning goals in several countries. As in the literature, the understanding of Nature of Science can lead students to be a scientific literate persons which allow them to understand science sufficiently for making a decision in daily life. The aim of this study is to

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Exploring the Concept of Inuit School Leadership in Nunavut, Canada

Throughout the past 50 years, characteristics associated with competent educational leaders have changed. In the 1960s–1970s, educational leaders embodied autocratic styles of management. By the turn of the century, accountability, technology, and data-based decision-making were influencing the culture of schools (Hargreaves & Fink, 2006), and educational leaders began to call upon the skills of staff

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Resilient School Practice: Actions to Address Contextual Situations of Vulnerability

Resilience has been defined as the human capacity to overcome adversity and build on it, adapt, recover and access a meaningful and productive life. Schools as social communities, also generate the capacity to adapt to adverse events and contexts, through resilient practices. Thus, the goal of this research was to identify the actions that schools

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Eliminating the Educational Structural Defects Constraining Effective Guidance and Counselling Services Delivery in Secondary Schools in Edo State, Nigeria

The purpose of this study was to determine the educational structural defects constraining the effective guidance and counselling services delivery in Secondary Schools in Edo State of Nigeria. In the conduct of this study, four research questions were generated to guide the study as follows: (i) Is there an enabling environment, working materials and tools

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The Effect of Using Games and Puzzles on the Achievements of Mentally Retarded Pupils in Multiplication Table

The mentally retarded pupils face a big problem to remember multiplication facts. For that this research tries to measure the effect of using games and puzzles on their achievement in multiplication tables. This research tries to answer these questions: • What are the games and puzzles that can be used in the teaching multiplication table

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Evaluation of Knowledge, Attitude and Practice (KAP) on Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education (MTB MLE) Program among Grades 1 and 2 Public School Teachers in Lupi, Camarines Sur

Mother Tongue-Based Multilingual Education (MTB MLE) in the Philippines is on its early stage of implementation. It aims to address the issue of language as a barrier in education mainly caused by contents of materials that are unfamiliar to learners. While there are many challenges in the implementation of MTB MLE, the success of this

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The Result of Using Notebooks for Increasing Competency in the 21st Century of the Elementary Students in Thailand

Reading is a process essential for all aspects of development. It is an integral part so important in building up quality competency for the 21st century skills: the citizens as well as children who will become the nations in the future. These statistics were in line with the result of the reading survey of the

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Neuro-Teaching in Primary School. The Principles of Feuersteins Mediated Learning Integrated into School Curriculum

The aim of this experimental research is to examine Prof. Feuerstein�s educational theory. By developing Piaget and Vigotskij�s theories, Professor Feuerstein has elaborated a method to teach students how to learn through the development of an active structural approach, which is effective for learning and to build habits for a continuous research for flexible strategies