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Enhancing the Interactive Learning Environment in a Japanese Language Lecture through the Student Response Network

This study explores the use of Student Response Network in Japanese language lectures. It aims to demonstrate an interactive learning environment by enabling learners to actively participate in class.

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Published online: December 18, 2014

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Empowering Business Education Students through Effective Utilization of M-Learning Technologies

Effective utilization of m-learning technologies in teaching business education students empowers them with job skills. Research was conducted to determine the effectiveness of m-learning technologies. They were found very effective.

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Published online: December 18, 2014

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Conceptual Change in "Nature of Science" in Undergraduate Students after Learning through the Explicit Approach

This study examines conceptual change in some aspects of nature of science in undergraduate students after learning with the explicit approach.

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Published online: December 18, 2014

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School Variables on Junior Secondary School Students' Mathematics Performance in Cross River State, Nigeria

The study assessed the influence of school model, school proprietorship and school sex-type on junior secondary school students' performance in their final Mathematics examination during the 2009/2010 session.

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Published online: December 18, 2014

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How Effects of English Theatrical Performances Influence EFL Learners’ Self-perceived Public Speaking Skills

This is a study of forty seven EFL college students’ self-perceptions on public speaking skills after performing two 60-minute English theatrical performances to children audiences in the community.

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Published online: December 18, 2014

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Smooth or Rough Ride? A Case of Curriculum Change in Terms of Emotional Appraisals of Tasks in Learning Grammar through the SPOT Model

This paper presents the findings of a one-year ethnographic case study investigating the emotional appraisals of learning tasks in teaching grammar as skill for teaching English in Turkish Primary Education.

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Published online: December 18, 2014

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A Study of College Studying/Seating Areas from an Ergonomics Perspective: A Pilot Study

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Published online: December 18, 2014

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Extreme Plagiarism: The Rise of the e-Idiot?

A troubling new development in higher education is extreme plagiarism, practised by a small cohort of students dubbed e-Idiots, who appear intent on plagiarizing their way to graduation.

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Published online: December 18, 2014

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The Impact of a Summer Intensive Mathematics and Chemistry Program at a Minority Serving Institution in Hawai`i

This article assesses the effectiveness of the Keaholoa Summer Intensive Bridge Program in Mathematics and Chemistry and offers a potential framework for similar bridge programs at other minority-serving institutions.

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Published online: December 9, 2014

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The Impact of Modality on Teacher-Student Interaction: Applying Efficacy and Competence to Email and Face-to-Face Communication

The current study determines the extent to which student individual differences related to communication competence and communication self-efficacy can be used to determine student modality preferences for communicating with teachers.

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Published online: December 9, 2014

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