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Journal on School Educational Technology

2015 Volume 10, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Setting Objectives of Value Education in Constructivist Approach in the Light of Revised Blooms Taxonomy (RBT)

    Sankaranarayanan Paleeri

    Transaction methods and approaches of value education have to change from lecturing to process based methods according to the development of constructivist approach. The process based methods... More

    pp. 1-12

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  2. Implications of the School Leadership for Handling Practical Administrative Problems

    Ismail Thamarasseri

    Leadership is the process of influencing others to get the work done. It involves motivating, influencing, and directing individuals towards the attainment of long term organizational goals. A... More

    pp. 1-6

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  3. Effects of Information and Communication Technology on Engagement and Art Production for Eighth-Grade Students

    Elizabeth Lovin & Dawn T. Lambeth

    The purpose of this research was to explore the impact of an online-learning component incorporating peer discussion groups on art achievement, digital literacy practice, student engagement, and... More

    pp. 13-25

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  4. A Study of Health Education and Its Needs for Elementary School Students

    Irshad Hussain, Muhammad Ahmad Alamgir & Muhammad Shahzad

    Health Education, particularly in elementary schools, appears to be a neglected area in Pakistan. This study investigated the health education needs of elementary school students. The purpose of... More

    pp. 26-37

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  5. Time Management and Academic Achievement of Higher Secondary Students

    A. Vences Cyril

    The only thing, which can't be changed by man, is time. One cannot get back time lost or gone Nothing can be substituted for time. Time management is actually self management. The skills that... More

    pp. 38-43

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  6. Use of a Numerical Strategy Framework in the Professional Development of Teachers

    Kumar Laxman & Peter Hughes

    Derived initially from a strategic analysis of children's methods of counting, the New Zealand Numeracy Projects used, as a starting point for the professional development of teachers, a strategy... More

    pp. 44-52

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