The Complete Issue: volume 9 issue 2 2020
EARLY CHILDHOOD PRESERVICE TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONS ON CHILDREN’S PLAY
Ilfa ZHULAMANOVA, Jill RAISOR
IMPACT OF MOTHER TONGUE ON PRIMARY PUPILS’ LITERACY AND NUMERACY SKILLS IN OSUN STATE
Fatai Oyekola ALIMI, Adedeji TELLA, Gabriel Olufemi ADEYEMO, Musibau Oyewale OYEWESO
PROBLEMS OF SOCIAL SKILLS IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION PROGRAM IN ETHIOPIA
Gemechu Abera GOBENA
THE EFFECTS OF GEOMETRICAL-MECHANICAL INTELLIGENCE GAMES ON THE SPATIAL ABILITIES
Neşe DOKUMACI SÜTÇÜ, Behçet ORAL
A BLOOM’S TAXONOMY-BASED ANALAYSIS OF 9th and 10th GRADES ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEXTBOOKS’ FINAL EXAMINATIONS AND REVISION QUESTIONS
Areen Mohammad BAYAYDAH, Ahmad Issa ALTWEISSI
EXPLORING PEDAGOGICAL CHANGE IN PRE-SERVICE TEACHERS’ SCIENCE TEACHING ORIENTATIONS DURING ARGUMENTATION-BASED TEACHING
Kadriye BAYRAM, Salih ATES
DEVELOPING NUMBER SENSE IN STUDENTS WITH MATHEMATICS LEARNING DISABILITY RISK
Mehmet Hayri SARI, Sinan OLKUN
THE EFFECTS OF EXTRINSIC AND INTRINSIC FACTORS ON TEACHERS’ JOB SATISFACTION IN TALIS 2018
Eren CEYLAN, Ece ÖZDOĞAN ÖZBAL
INVESTIGATION OF METACOGNITION AWARENESS LEVELS AND PROBLEM SOLVING SKILLS OF MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
Sevim SEVGİ, Mustafa KARAKAYA
OPINIONS OF PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHERS ON THE HISTORY SUBJECTS IN THE 4TH GRADE SOCIAL STUDIES CURRICULUM
DEVELOPMENT OF THE ONLINE RESEARCH AND READING COMPREHENSION SKILLS SCALE FOR MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
Musa ÇİFCİ, Süleyman ÜNLÜ
COMPUTER SIMULATION INSTRUCTION AND PUPILS’ ACHIEVEMENT IN BASIC SCIENCE, AKURE TOWNSHIP, NIGERIA
Ayodeji Temitope OJO
THE REASONS FOR YOUNG CHILDREN TO LIKE AND DISLIKE PLAYING WITH THEIR FRIENDS
Hülya GÜLAY OGELMAN, İlkay GÖKTAŞ, Pembe AYTAÇ
ETHICS WITHIN ONTARIO (CANADA) ELEMENTARY HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Thomas G. RYAN
EXPLORING STUDENT “FLOW” WITH 1:1 TECHNOLOGY
Kathryn L. LUBNIEWSKI, Kimberly A. KIRALY
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