International Education Journal, 6 (5) 2005
Volume 6 Number 5 December 2005
Teacher-child relationships in Turkish and United States schools: A cross-cultural study
Beyazkurk, D. and Kesner, J.E.
An examination of two case studies used in building a decision-making model
Lindgren-Gatfield, R. and Hyde, M.
Language difficulties of international students in Australia: The effects of prior learning experience
The children's peace project: Service-learning and art education
Public-private partnership in a minimally invasive education approach
Jha, S. and Chatterjee, S.
Prevalence of peer victimisation among secondary school students in Nigeria
Classroom interaction in private schools serving low-income families in Hyderabad, India
Smith, F., Hardman, F. and Tooley, J.
Lecturers' perception of student evaluation in Nigerian universities
Iyamu, E.O.S. and Aduwa-Oglebaen, S.E.
Primary education in Vietnam: Extra classes and outcomes
Ha, T.T. and Harpham, T.
The impact of ICT on learning: A review of research
ICT in Schools - or How ICT Can Create New, Open Learning Environments
The Untested Accusation: Principals, Research Knowledge, and Policy Making in Schools
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