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Aug 14, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Didactic Transposition for Inferential and Analogical Thinking, Reasoning and Transfer of School Knowledge for Societal Context-of-Use

George N. Nditafon, Emmanuel Noumi
This study demonstrates the effectiveness of Klopfer’s taxonomy and a candidate hypothetico-deductive thinking and reasoning theory of didactic transposition, in teaching critical thinking skills, analogies and transferability of knowledge for problem-solving now and for the future in the experimental sciences. It was conducted in four socio-cultural zones of Cameroon involving 307 high school students (166 English-speaking and 14

Aug 08, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Student Perspectives of an Interprofessional Education Experience for Nurse Anesthetist Students and Physical Therapy Students in a Cadaver-Based Anatomy Review Course

Christi Williams, Colleen Gensheimer, John Halle, Patrick Moss
Background: There is growing evidence supporting the many benefits of interprofessional education (IPE) amongst students of varying medical professions. Since anatomy education is necessary for all healthcare pro-viders, an anatomy laboratory can provide an excellent environment for IPE activities. Unfortunately, due to the high cost of maintaining an anatomy laboratory, many programs do not have access to learn in a cadaver-based

Jul 19, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Facebook as a Beneficial Tool While Used in Learning Second Language Environment

Krzysztof Polok, Joanna Harezak
The article hereunder is to focus on the exact phenomenon of the usage of Social Networking Sites (SNS), more specifically the Facebook page and its potential influence on the growth of high school learners’ motivation to learn a foreign language (English). The precise research findings are to be presented and discussed in detail. In an attempt to obtain as meaningful outcomes as possible, the study which is to be depicted was con

Jun 26, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Training Engineering Concepts during the Teaching Process of Unit of Chemical Principles

Lu Guo, Jun Wang
Unit of Chemical Principles is a bridge linking theoretic study to practical application, which emphasizes practice and engineering. During the teaching process of this course, it should be particularly emphasized that how to cultivate the students’ engineering thoughts and ideas so as to improve the ability of how to analyze and solve the engineering problems. In this paper, four important as

Jun 26, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Student-Centered Teaching Approach Combined with Coaching and Mentoring Elements in Arabic Language Speaking Proficiency

Masyitoh Yaacob, Kaseh Abu Bakar
The acquisition of Arabic speaking skills becomes an important issue in Arabic language learning. So, the National University of Malaysia (UKM) has offered the PPPJ3503 Oral Arabic Language Course as one of the department’s elective subjects to undergraduate degree students. The purpose of this study is to evaluate the proficiency of speaking in Arabic and identify improved language-speaking factor among students. This research wa

Jun 08, 2018Open    AccessArticle

The Implementation of Higher Education Funding in Indonesia

Dwi Priyono, Ahmad Ahmad
This study aims to determine the Implementation of Higher Education Financing in Indonesia which focuses on the accountability and transparency of higher education budgets management. The survey research was conducted at universities spread across the Sumatra and Java islands from October 2012 to October 2013, and proportionally selected 8 universities as sampling which were categorized as Applied Scien

May 31, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Language Management in “International” Pentecostal Churches in Cameroon

Jean-Paul Kouega
This paper considers Pentecostal churches whose names include such globalising terms as “all nations”, “global”, “international”, “universal” and “world”, with a view to uncovering the nature of their language management, as it has not been made explicit in any document. The data come from some 35 churches located in various residential areas of the city of Yaounde. In each church, five members were contacted

May 24, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Integration and Cross-Border: Design of General Education Based on Multiple Fusion

Yuan Chen
General education is the development appeal of humanistic education. At the basic education stage, the general teaching fits with the physical and mental development and cognitive rules of learners at a young age. Therefore, the application and practice of general education in developed countries is relatively universal. The teaching of general education in our country started late, but the proposition that needs to be developed i

Apr 29, 2018Open    AccessArticle

On the Construction of Teacher Knowledge from the Perspective of Sociology of Knowledge: Exemplified with Teachers of Open University of China

Junxian Chen
The construction of one’s knowledge and ideas is subject to social structure and culture. According to the analysis of principles of sociology of knowledge, the mission of Open University of China is building a knowledge system. In light of the path to acquiring objective realism and subject constructionism, teacher knowledge covers practical knowledge and theoretical knowledge. Based on the analysis of sociology of

Apr 28, 2018Open    AccessArticle

Getting it Right from the Start: An Interprofessional Orientation Experience for Graduate Health Sciences Students, Evaluating Attitudes toward Role

Lucyellen Dahlgren, Debra Gibbs, Suzanne Greenwalt, Lindsay Hahn, Mary S. Dietrich
To encourage a collaborative practice environment, educators should im-plement interprofessional education (IPE) into the healthcare curriculum. The objective of this study was to assess students’ attitudes about inter-professional education by determining whether a short interprofessional program impacts their attitudes toward the roles and responsibilities of other healthcare professionals. Graduate students in nursing, pharmacy