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International Journal of Educational Research

2013 Volume 59, Number 1

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Number of articles: 6

  1. The teaching and the learning brain: A cortical hemodynamic marker of teacher–student interactions in the Socratic dialog

    Lisa Holper, Andrea P. Goldin, Diego E. Shalóm, Antonio M. Battro, Martin Wolf & Mariano Sigman

    The study aimed to step into two-person (teacher–student) educational neuroscience. We describe a physiological marker of cortical hemodynamic correlates involved in teacher–student interactions... More

    pp. 1-10

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  2. The formation of interpersonal and learning relationships in the transition from primary to secondary school: Students, teachers and school context

    Jane Tobbell & Victoria L. O’Donnell

    The importance of relationships in education has been well established in the literature. However, the nature of relationship is seldom defined and as a result interpersonal and learning... More

    pp. 11-23

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  3. Examining measurement properties of an English Self-Efficacy scale for English language learners in Korea

    Chuang Wang, Do-Hong Kim, Mimi Bong & Hyun Seon Ahn

    This study provides evidence for the validity of the Questionnaire of English Self-Efficacy in a sample of 167 college students in Korea. Results show that the scale measures largely satisfy the... More

    pp. 24-34

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  4. Involvement of immigrant parents in their children's schooling in a bilingual educational context: The Basque case (Spain)

    Nahia Intxausti, Feli Etxeberria & Luis Joaristi

    The aim of this research was to learn about the involvement of immigrant parents in the Autonomous Community of the Basque Country (Spain) pertaining to the education of their children who study at... More

    pp. 35-48

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  5. Teachers’ views on values education: A qualitative study in Sweden and Turkey

    Robert Thornberg, Linköping University, Sweden; Ebru Oğ uz, Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University, Turkey

    The aim of the current study was to examine Swedish and Turkish teachers’ perspectives on values education. Qualitative interviews with 52 teachers were conducted and analyzed. Values education was... More

    pp. 49-56

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  6. ‘University?… hell no!’: Stammering through education

    Clare Butler

    Little research has addressed the effect of having a stammer on academic achievement, specifically progression into higher education. This study spans six decades of educational practice and shows ... More

    pp. 57-65

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