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A LONGITUDINAL STUDY: EMERGENT BILINGUALS’ HERITAGE LANGUAGE USE AND LEARNING OVER TIME
SPECIALISED CONTENT KNOWLEDGE: THE CONVENTION FOR NAMING ARRAYS AND DESCRIBING EQUAL GROUPS’ PROBLEMS
Chris HURST, Derek HURRELL
AN EXPLORATION OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS’ MATHS ANXIETY USING INTERPRETATIVE PHENOMENOLOGICAL ANALYSIS
Jane DOVE, Jane MONTAGUE, Thomas E. HUNT
THE EFFECT OF PROBLEM-BASED LEARNING ON PRE-SERVICE PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS' CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING AND MISCONCEPTIONS
TEACHERS’ EXPERIENCES WITH OVERCROWDED CLASSROOMS IN A BASIC SCHOOL IN GHANA
Joycelyn Adwoa OSAI, Kwaku Darko AMPONSAH, Ernest AMPADU, Priscilla COMMEY-MINTAH
THE CONCEPT OF ANGLE IN TURKISH AND SINGAPOREAN PRIMARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS TEXTBOOKS: DYNAMIC OR STATIC?
Suphi Önder BÜTÜNER
SCIENCING ACTIVITIES AND SCIENTIFIC SKILLS OF CHILDREN AT PRE-PRIMARY LEVEL IN NIGERIA
Eileen Oluwakemi AKINTEMI, Esther Abiola ODUOLOWU
PLAYFULNESS OF PRESCHOOL CHILDREN IN TURKEY
Dondu Neslihan BAY
EFFECTS OF PERFORMANCE RANKING ON STUDENTS’ VOICE AND AGENCY IN THE MATHEMATICS CLASSROOM
Samson Murithi NJIRU, Simon KARUKU
EFFECTS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER PERSONALITY AND NETWORK INTENTIONS ON CHANGE: MEDIATING ROLE OF PROFESSIONAL LEARNING
A RASCH MODEL ANALYSIS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING LEVELS OF THE CONCEPT OF LIGHT
Hüseyin Cihan BOZDAĞ, Suat TÜRKOĞUZ
CLASSROOM TEACHERS’ VIEWS ON THE PHYSICAL LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS OF PRIMARY SCHOOLS IN TURKEY
Mehmet GÜLTEKİN, Gözde ÖZENÇ İRA
INVESTIGATION OF THE VIEWS OF PRE-SERVICE TURKISH TEACHERS IN TERMS OF SPEED READING
Hulusi GEÇGEL, Fatih KANA, İlknur YALÇIN AKKAŞ
EXAMINATION OF THE EFFECTIVENESS OF NATURALISTIC TEACHING EDUCATION PROGRAM DEVELOPED FOR PRE‑SCHOOL TEACHERS IN TURKEY
Seçil ÇELIK, İbrahim Halil DIKEN, Hasan GÜRGÜR
INVESTIGATION OF VERBS USED BY PRE-SERVICE PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS IN THE CONTEXT OF HIERARCHY OF NEEDS WITH THE SOM-WARD METHOD
İlyas YAZAR, Dilek HAZAR, Cenk KEŞAN, Mehmet ÖZER
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