International Education Journal, 6 (4) 2005
Volume 6 Number 4 September 2005
Finding the true incidence rate of plagiarism
Price, J. and Price, R.
The effectiveness of problem-based learning in the web-based environment for the delivery of an undergraduate physics course
Atan, H., Sulaiman, F. and Idrus, R.M.
Booni Valley women's perceptions of schooling: Hopes and barriers
The potential of Singapore's ability driven education to prepare students for a knowledge economy
Democratic development and the role of citizenship education in sub-Saharan Africa with a case focus on Zambia
Abdi, A.A., Ellis, L. and Shizha, E.
Technology integration in education in developing countries: Guidelines to policy makers
Adjustment problems of Iranian international students in Scotland
Mehdizadeh, N. and Scott, G.
Autonomy and liberalism in a multicultural society
Emirati pre-service teachers' perceptions of Europe and Europeans and their teaching implications
The shifting paradigm: Who is the intellectual of the 21st century?
Multicultural education and racism: The case of Arab-Australian students in contemporary Australia
Mansouri, F. and Trembath, A.
Adult education in Nigeria: The consequence of neglect and agenda for action
The study of sociology in Turkish higher education
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