You are here:

International Education Journal

November 2007 Volume 8, Number 2

Search this issue

Table of Contents

Number of articles: 6

  1. Cognitive Concomitants of Interactive Board Use and Their Relevance to Developing Effective Research Methodologies

    Ruth Geer & Alan Barnes

    This article addresses the need for systematic and replicable research methods for the examination of student learning using so called interactive whiteboard technologies. As a basis for these... More

    pp. 92-102

    View Abstract
  2. Can Indicators on School Websites Be Used to Determine the Level of ICT Integration and ICT Leadership in Schools?

    Carmel Maio-Taddeo

    As schools continue to invest resources into the integration of Information Communication Technologies (ICTs), many are also utilizing the Internet as a medium for promoting and marketing their... More

    pp. 103-112

    View Abstract
  3. DBRIEF: A Research Paradigm for ICT Adoption

    Katherine L. Dix

    The concern that educational research is often divorced from the problems and issues of everyday teaching practice, is strongly influenced by the chosen paradigm in which the research is framed.... More

    pp. 113-124

    View Abstract
  4. Students' Critical Thinking Skills in a Thai ICT Schools Pilot Project

    Methinee Wongwanich Rumpagaporn & I Gusti Ngurah Darmawan

    This study is exploratory, examining to what extent the Thai ICT (information and communication technology) schools have classroom learning environments that are associated with certain teacher... More

    pp. 125-133

    View Abstract
  5. Teachers' Perceptions of Their Professional Learning Activities

    Shirley M. Yates

    Teacher renewal and improvements in teaching quality through teacher professional development (PD) have been high on the agenda of many countries for some time. Several principles of effective PD... More

    pp. 213-221

    View Abstract
  6. Work and Family Roles of Women in Ho Chi Minh City

    Tran Phi Phuong

    This study aims to point out the differences between the North and the South of Vietnam, more particularly, Saigon and Hanoi, in terms of family and work roles of women. It helps to explain the... More

    pp. 284-292

    View Abstract