International Education Journal, 4 (2) 2003
Volume 4 Number 2 July 2003
Gender Differences in School Anger
V. Feast and J. Anderson
A Case Study of Online Support for International Students in a Doctoral Program
M. H. Makkawi, M. M. Hariri and A. R. Ghaleb
Computer Utilization in Teaching Earth Sciences: Experience of King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals
B. R. Subedi
Factors Influencing High School Student Achievement in Nepal
A. G. Dworkin, L. J. Saha and A. N. Hill
Teacher Burnout and Perceptions of a Democratic School Environment
C. L. Harrington, T. W. Kopp and K. S. Schimmel
Lessons from the Norwegian Folk High School Tradition
C. A. Denes
Bolsa Escola: Redefining Poverty and Development in Brazil
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