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Ukala, Catherine Chinyere; Agabi, Ogar G. – Journal of International Education Research, 2017
Cultural values and identities remain the bench mark for national identity, cohesion, patriotism and harmonious coexistence in any society. The introduction of western education into West Africa created a weak bridge between the indigenous education and the western education which needs to be properly linked using curriculum harmonisation. This…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Indigenous Populations, Educational Games, Teaching Methods
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Machuca, Ana; Naranjo, Enid; Apolinaris, Leticia; Maison, Carrie Teresa – Journal of International Education Research, 2014
The authors examined whether minority women alumni from an online degree program at American Public University System (APUS) were able to use their degree to further their careers. Alumni minority women were surveyed to determine if the education they obtained prepared them for their current job, opened new doors for job opportunities, opened…
Descriptors: Females, Minority Groups, Higher Education, Academic Degrees
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Webster, Robert L.; Hammond, Kevin L.; Rothwell, James C. – Journal of International Education Research, 2013
This manuscript is part of a stream of continuing research examining market orientation within higher education and its potential impact on organizational performance. The organizations researched are business schools and the data collected came from chairpersons of accounting departments of AACSB member business schools. We use a reworded Narver…
Descriptors: Accounting, Department Heads, Business Administration Education, Surveys
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Gumus, Sedat – Journal of International Education Research, 2013
It is well reported in the literature that professional development activities have great potential to increase teachers' competencies in different areas, resulting in greater learning opportunities for students. In Turkey, however, teachers' participation in professional development activities is significantly lower compared to almost all…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Principals, Administrator Role, Correlation
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Morgan, Bobbette M.; Keitz, Ruth A.; Wells, Lori – Journal of International Education Research, 2013
Five classes of Art Appreciation first semester undergraduate Hispanic students assigned to one professor were selected to experience cooperative learning over a full semester. Pre-semester surveys and post-semester surveys were completed by 104 Hispanic freshmen college students. Strategies used in the classes included Think-Pair-Share, Ticket…
Descriptors: Cooperative Learning, Community Colleges, Art Appreciation, College Freshmen
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Badah, Ahmad; AL-Awawdeh, Amal; Akroush, Lubna; Al Shobaki, Nayfah – Journal of International Education Research, 2013
This study attempts to identify the difficulties facing the educational supervision processes in the public schools of the Directorate of Education at Jarash Governorate, Jordan, by surveying the principals of these schools. The sample size consisted of (143) male and female principals in the Governorate of Jarash Directorate of Education. In…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Public Schools, Principals, Surveys
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Mohamed, Basil K. – Journal of International Education Research, 2012
The internationalization of higher education is a natural result of the internationalization of the world's material and intellectual development, which means the modern types of organizations that could maintain worldwide cooperation and competition of commerce, industry and education. The education institutions in developing countries like Iraq…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Professional Personnel, Teaching Methods, Developing Nations
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Khandehroo, Koroush; Mukundan, Jayakaran; Alavi, Zhinoos Kamal – Journal of International Education Research, 2011
This study surveyed the professional development (PD) needs of school English language teachers at Melaka State in Malaysia. With close cooperation with the Department of Language at the Ministry of Education, the whole population of English language teachers had been studied on their types of professional development needs in instructional…
Descriptors: Feedback (Response), Cooperative Learning, Foreign Countries, Language Teachers
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Mukundan, Jayakaran; Hajimohammadi, Reza; Nimehchisalem, Vahid – Journal of International Education Research, 2011
Professional development activities are needed to enhance teachers' performance. Likewise, in the Malaysian educational system, teachers are encouraged to go through such activities each year. There is need to study teachers' views on these activities in order to design more appropriate professional development programs. The present study sought…
Descriptors: Science Teachers, Mathematics Teachers, Teaching Experience, Professional Development
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Salleh, Safrul Izani Mohd; Gardner, John C.; Sulong, Zunaidah; McGowan, Carl B., Jr. – Journal of International Education Research, 2011
This study examines the differences in the interpretation of ten "in context" verbal probability expressions used in accounting standards between native Chinese speaking and native English speaking accounting students in United Kingdom universities. The study assesses the degree of grouping factors consensus on the numerical…
Descriptors: Verbal Communication, Cultural Differences, Foreign Countries, Accounting
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Conrad, Cynthia; Coleman, Charles – Journal of International Education Research, 2011
Teaching Chinese students in an American university can be both challenging and rewarding. Cultural and language differences can lead to some superficial confusion and interpretational problems. However, the vast differences in the ways Chinese students view the role of the public sector, as compared to the US, can mean that the instructors and…
Descriptors: Public Administration Education, Public Administration, Foreign Countries, Public Sector
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Mukundan, Jayakaran; Ahour, Touran – Journal of International Education Research, 2011
This study is an attempt to survey the burnout level of female teachers in Malaysia and determine the likely factors that are associated with this phenomenon. The subjects of the study were 437 female teachers from primary, secondary, and tertiary levels. A demographic questionnaire was used to collect the data regarding the individual…
Descriptors: Individual Characteristics, Marital Status, Teacher Burnout, Foreign Countries
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Chidi, Christopher O.; Shadare, Oluseyi A. – Journal of International Education Research, 2011
This study investigated the influence of host community on industrial relations practices and policies using Agbara community and Power Holding Company of Nigeria PLC as a case. The study adopted both the qualitative and quantitative methods. A total of 120 samples were drawn from the population using the simple random sampling technique in which…
Descriptors: Testing, Social Sciences, Foreign Countries, Sampling
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Khataybeh, Abdalla; Al-Sheikh, Kholoud – Journal of International Education Research, 2011
The present study aimed at investigating different intelligence types among Jordanian students at different public and private universities in Jordan. To achieve such aim, it sought to identify and rank multiple intelligences that characterize students at Jordanian universities, and to identify and rank the differences in multiple intelligences…
Descriptors: Multiple Intelligences, Private Colleges, Intelligence Quotient, Foreign Countries
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Sosa, Emma Rosa Cruz; Castro, Patricia Eugenia Garcia; Barrientos, Laura Gatica; Garcia, Jesus Hernandez – Journal of International Education Research, 2011
The fact that in Mexico a large part of the population has access to higher education institutions, both public and private, does not indicate that the students are going to have the opportunity of developing the knowledge acquired in the university. Unemployment is often present; therefore their hopes to get a better life are diminished.…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Labor Market, Foreign Countries, Access to Education
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