A Student Systematic Learning Theory: Initiation and Development
A recent research study explored the potential of a proposed student systematic learning theory. This theory was examined in a review of theoretical principles developed to identify and gain insight into the ways in which students learn and gain meaningful understanding. The discussion provides selected findings on student learning based systematic learning. Conclusions address recommendations for examining the proposed theory and its theoretical principles.
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The International Journal of Learning, Volume 18, Issue 1, pp.277-288.
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Assistant Professor and Coordinator of Education, Education Porgram, College of Arts and Science, Gulf University for Science and Technology, Mubarak Al-Abdullah Area, West Mishref, Kuwait
Zaid N. Al-Shammari is the Assistant Professor of Education, and Coordinator of Education Program at Gulf University for Science and Technology (GUST). Dr. Zaid has been responsible for planning and designing many educational programs, course syllabus and standards for the Education program in GUST. Dr. Zaid was appointed as a Consultant in a Team of members by the General Secretariat of the Supreme Council for Planning and Development (GSSCPD) in the State of Kuwait, and United Nations Development Program (UNDP) for providing technical expertise in the field of Education Management, Administration and Planning for the development of the Strategic Plan and Five-Year Plan for the State of Kuwait. He is a member of the Quality Assurance Committee for Public Education Sector in the Kuwait Ministry of Education. He is a founder and Editor-in-Chief of IJAES-International Journal of Applied Educational Studies. He is a founder of a new established AMLO-Analysis Model for Learning Outcomes (www.analysismodel.com). Dr. Zaid has been a leading personality in the development of techniques and methods of teaching and learning in education. He received Outstanding Service Award for Outstanding Performance as a Vice-President of The International Student Association at Bloomsburg University, and other Awards in Kuwait.
Professor Emeritus of Curriculum and Instruction, Curriculum and Instruction Department, College of Education, The Pennsylvania State University, State College, Pennsylvania, USA
Thomas Yawkey is a distinguished Professor Emeritus of Education, having spent 42 years in University teaching and researching in Instructional English language practices and curricular methods with students of all ages. Dr. Yawkey has chaired and co-chaired over 60 Ph.D. committees and graduate Master’s Seminar Research Papers across his 42 university teaching/researching years. He is credited with numerous referred publications which includes more than 120 research studies, 170 studies and 33 publications including 18 textbooks authored by himself and co-authored with colleagues in the United States and worldwide which appear as chapters in his edited/co-edited volumes. He has taught undergraduate and graduate level courses at University of Maryland, College Park; The University of Wisconsin, Madison; and, The Pennsylvania State University and University Park, PA. Currently, Dr. Yawkey teaches graduate level courses at Penn State Berks (Reading, PA) and Penn State Abingdon (Philadelphia, PA) and University of Turabo (Gurabo, Puerto Rico) as and when needed. In addition, he works with Editorial Boards of International Journals such as: International Journal for Applied Educational Studies, Journal of Systematic Learning and Teaching, Hacettepe University Journal of Education (Turkey), and several American Editorial Boards in the United States.
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