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Journal on School Educational Technology

2014 Volume 10, Number 2

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 5

  1. Building Effective Supervisory Relationships in the Online Counseling Course: Faculty and Student Responsibilities

    Gina Cicco

    This article will provide an outline for counselor educators and their students on how to develop and maintain solid supervisory relationships in the online classroom. Counselors-in-training are... More

    pp. 1-8

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  2. PBL: Future Challenges for Educational Practice and Research

    B J. Roopashree

    Problem-based approaches to learning have a long history of advocating experience-based education. Psychological research and theory suggests that, by having students learn through the experience... More

    pp. 9-16

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  3. An In-Depth Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis to Determine the Factors That Affect the Existence of African American Women Superintendents in the North Carolina K-12 Public School System

    James E. Osler & Renita L. Webb

    The purpose of this study is to study how race, gender, values, attitudes and power perceptions of leaders contribute to the recruitment, retention, and training of African American female... More

    pp. 17-40

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  4. A Study on Institutional Perception of Student Teachers on the Principles of Total Quality Management

    S Sundaresan & N Muthaiah

    Education shapes the destiny of a nation, and is the principal instrument for developing human capabilities. Educational quality is highly influenced by the learning experiences gained during the... More

    pp. 41-45

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  5. Impact of Metacognitive Practices and Assorted Assessment Modalities towards Creating Self-Regulated Learners

    Sreevrinda Nair N.

    Worldwide efforts are increasing to infuse thinking skills into the curriculum, which are part of cognitive behavior, and to include them in the instructional strategies, which will make the... More

    pp. 46-51

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