teacher preparation, multicultural and cross-cultural studies, comparative education

Journal of Educational Research and Innovation

The Journal of Educational Research and Innovation (JERI) is a peer-reviewed, electronic, open access publication dedicated to the discussion, sharing, and reflection of current educational research  that will enhance our understanding of teaching and learning.  JERI aims to provoke conversation about emerging ideas, stimulate innovation in practice, and encourage diversity of opinion.

JERI is published by the University of Northern Colorado, College of Education and Behavioral Sciences

Vol 2, No 1 (2013): Global Perspectives on Schooling for Productive Lives

Table of Contents

Articles

Breaking Down Barriers: Successful Transition Planning for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Exceptional Students PDF ()
Kara F Halley, Michele Terese Trujillo
Self-Directed Learning Readiness of College Students in Thailand PDF ()
Denchai Prabjandee, Mahachart Inthachot
Values and Wellness as Related to a Positive School Orientation Among Japanese Adolescents PDF ()
Naoko K Shimada, Robyn S Hess, R. Brett Nelson

Book Review

A Review of Engendering Curriculum History PDF ()
Daniel Robert Conn

Voices from Near and Far

A Letter Promoting Teaching PEACE PDF ()
Syed Sajid Abbas


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ISSN: 2153-1846