USCA Home
Directories USCA Home Search

Essays In Education is published by the Department of Education at the University Of South Carolina Aiken.
ISSN: 1527-9359

Archives

Submitting A Manuscript

Department of Education

Editor
Timothy Lintner
USC Aiken

Editorial Consultant Jeff Mastromonico
USC Aiken

Volume 18, Fall 2006

Class Attendance and Gender Effects on Undergraduate Students’ Achievement in a Social Studies Course in Botswana.
J.O. Ajiboye, Adeyinka Tella, University of Botswana

 

Perception’s of  Preservice Teachers ’Toward Children’s Literature
Khaled Alazzi, University of Oklahoma

 

Assessment for Learning:  Assessment in Interaction
Ian Clark, Mukogawa University, Japan

 

Channels of Attention: Modes of Student Attention thatCompete with Classroom Learning
Gerald Grow, Florida A&M University

 

Discipline Concerns among Preservice Teacher
Leslie Irwin, Funmi Amobi, Arizona State University at the West Campus

 

The Use of Case Studies as an Integrating Approach inProfessional Military Education: A Pilot Study
Jack D. Kem, US Army Command and General Staff College

 

Putting the Best Behind Every Desk: The Pursuit of Excellence and Equity through National Board for Professional Teaching Standards
Richard L. Mehrenberg, George Mason University

 

Vision That Needs to Be Technically Managed
Chi Hong Nguyen, Can Tho University, Vietnam

 

Teachers Job Satisfaction and Motivation for School Effectiveness: An Assessment
Nwachukwu Prince Ololube, University of Helsinki Finland.

 

Acknowledging the “I” in Multicultural Education
Osman Ozturgut, China Incarnate Word, Hua Li Campus, China

 

Education for Fullness: The Role of Adult Education in Nigeria in the 21st Century
Sydney Nwanakponna Osuji, Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria

 

Using SWOT Analysis To Understand The Institutional Environments:
A Guide For Can Tho University

Luu Nguyen Quoc Hung,
Can Tho University, Vietnam

 

An Overview of Vietnamese Higher Educationin the Era of Globalization: Opportunities and Challenges
Luu Nguyen Quoc Hung, Can Tho University, Vietnam

 

Value-based Education for Human Development – Eritrean PerspectiveRavinder Rena, Eritrea Institute of Technology – Mai Nefhi, Asmara, Eritrea.

 

An Uncertain Position: Examining the Status of Teaching as a Profession
Kevin C. Robb, Upper Iowa University

 

Analysis of Texas’ and New Mexico’s Urban, Suburban, and Rural 2-Year Community Colleges’ Mission Statement Themes
 Paula Kenney-Wallace , Judith Cox, Shao-Chieh Lu, John R. Slate, Texas A&M University -Kingsville

 

Tension and Conflict in Assessment
 Viola Wong Yuk-Yue , Hong Kong Polytechnic University

 

Relationship among Emotional Intelligence, Parental Involvement and Academic Achievement of Secondary School Students in Ibadan, Nigeria
Oyesojl A. Aremu, Adeyinka Tella, Adedeji Tella, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

 

Book Review
Cultivating and Keeping Committed Special Educators: What Principals and District Leaders Can Do
Reviewed By -Whitney Moores-Abdool, Florida International University
Jorine Voigt, Florida International University
Lydia Vidal, Florida International University