This volume is a collection of essays on educational issues belonging to educators and researchers from three continents, namely Africa, Asia, and Europe. The essays are grouped into four sections: the first, aTeaching and Teacher Educationa, encompasses collaborative learning, learning competencies, learning strategies, pre-service teachers, and special education. The second, aPsychosocial Development of Children in Educationa, is comprised of essays concerned with academic achievement, child rights, family and gender issues, pre-schoolers, public education, school type, school violence, university students, and university youth, while the third, aEducational Policya investigates issues such as environmental citizenship, decision making, democracy, education, Gypsies, higher education, IT systems in education, migration, organisational justice, and public and private schools. The final section, aLanguage in Teachinga is concerned with topics such as bilingual children, contrastive analysis, English language teaching, language skills, learning strategies, and online teaching materials. The book will appeal to educators, researchers, and students involved in education sciences.This study was conducted on three randomly determined groups: one 4th grade, one 8th grade and one 12th grade. ... Students were given a persuasive essay topic and asked to write a composition on the benefits and harms of the internet.
|Title||:||Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Education|
|Author||:||Hasan Arslan, Georgeta Raţă, Ercan Kocayörük|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge Scholars Publishing - 2014-06-19|