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Sep 04, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Analysis of the Dilemma and Path of College Teacher Development in Mainland China

Feng Xiong
Teacher development (TD) is an important task for colleges and universities in mainland China. By comparing the history and current situation of TD at home and abroad, the study analyzes the dilemmas and causes of TD in mainland China, and explores the paths of TD. Facing these dilemmas that the model of TD is single, development service provided by universities does not match teachers’ internal demands, and evaluation system is n

Aug 23, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Chinese Experiential-Based Conceptual Metaphors in Terms of Thread

Yujie Su
Textile production played a significant role in Ancient China and the related expressions entered into the scope of daily life. The present research intends to study the conceptual metaphors involving thread or string in Chinese and sheds some light on Chinese cognition of guān-xì (关系 relation) or lián-xì

Aug 16, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Using Gamification to Teach Students Programming Concepts

Rania Elshiekh, Laurie Butgerit
Gamification is the use of game concepts in a non-gaming environment. It is used in many fields such as business, health and education. The problem of learning programming language has existed for a long time and researchers seek to solve this problem. Most instructors agree that there is a problem when teaching programming and many students are unable to understand programming logic. So there must be a method to encourage them. S

Aug 08, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Strategies Used in Changing and Correcting Student Misbehaviors in Classrooms regarding Evaluation of Teachers of Secondary Education

Gülce Düzey, Cagda Kivanc Caganaga
The aim of this study is to identify student misbehaviors in the classroom and to determine the strategies, which can be used to change these behaviors. The population of the study is the secondary education teachers who work at Güzelyurt Region between 2015-2016. The sample of the study is based on three secondary education teachers, who were chosen by random sampling method. One on one interviews were held and and pre-arranged q

Jul 19, 2017Open    AccessArticle

A Study of Quality Management of Entrepreneurship Practice Teaching Based on TQM

Zhenfeng Ge, Ming Wang
Guaranteed teaching quality is the key to specialty construction, and a teaching quality management system established in conformity with specialty characteristics is the foundation for talents cultivation [1]. This study, through field research at a Ningbo non-governmental undergraduate college (which sets up an entrepreneurship school and the first bachelor degree of entrepreneurship throughout China; referred to as “College D”

Jun 29, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Role of Protein Vibration in Convergent and Divergent Thinking with Respect to Student’s Performances

Brajagopal Majumder, Aparajita Majumder
The paper focuses on the performances of the Students in Scholastic achievement as well as in creative activities. The performances of the students in creative activities have been analyzed statistically. These result in categorizing the Students in Convergent group and Divergent group. This classification is also supported by the role played by some memory related proteins. The role of protei

Jun 28, 2017Open    AccessArticle

A Survey of the System N of Natural Numbers Assigned to Primary Teachers

Milosav M. Marjanovic
From our standpoint, a school teacher should be acquainted, in a deeper way, with the content of teaching themes which are on school curricula. In case of primary teachers and their preparation for teaching mathematics, they should have a solid knowledge of the properties of the system N of natural numbers and an understanding of its position as being a basis up

Jun 09, 2017Open    AccessArticle

A Text Mining Examination of University Students’ Learning Program Posters

Takehisa Kumakawa
At present, applying text mining techniques to educational data is attracting much research attention. The present study uses text mining techniques to examine posters prepared by university freshmen in engineering fields to present their learning programs and their career goals after graduation, under the expectation that important keywords worth identifying lurked in the posters. The results showed that even though the participa

May 16, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Personal Learning Environments and the Diversity of Digital Natives

Phillip L. Davidson
Personal learning environments (PLEs) are defined as an approach that integrates informal and formal teaching with tools and technologies which are part of web 2.0. Web 2.0 refers to the collection of applications common to internet users such as blogs, wikis, social media, and other forms of collaboration and instant communication. The force behind the momentum to make PLEs available to our students is a belief that students are

May 16, 2017Open    AccessArticle

Using the ADAPT Strategy to Facilitate the Thinking Process of Creating Universal Design Based Instructional Adaptions and Differentiation in Lesson Plans for Diverse Learners

Michelle Chamblin
The effects of a learning strategy to prompt deeper thinking and the incorporation of more UDL instructional differentiations and adaptions in the lesson plans by pre service and early career teachers were examined. Class 1 (control) received a 2.5 hour lecture with guided practice about Universal Design for Learning. Class 2 (experimental) received a 2.5 lecture with guided practice about Universal Design for Learning with the AD