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Methods of education in international attitudes. [B M Cherrington] Methods of education in international attitudes. New York city, Teachers college, Columbia university, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: B M Cherrington.
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Arab and Jewish teachers’ attitudes regarding punitive and non-punitive methods to correct students’ misbehaviour were examined. The study used data from classroom teachers in Israel. Teachers’ attitudes are examined using the Dimensions of Discipline : Mona Khoury-Kassabri, Aya Ben-Harush.
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This article aims to understand the importance for Saudi students of learning about English/American culture in developing learners’ communicative competence. To this end it intends to explore the attitudes of students and parents of students to incorporating English/American culture into the EFL classroom.
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Personality traits, attitudes and beliefs These include personality traits related to the professional role of a teacher, which can be nurtured and developed through initial education and continuous training (Whitty ).
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Dissonances between parental attitudes and actual behaviors, social pressure, issues in responses to the education system were identified from the transcripts. Results and discussion Dissonances between parental attitudes and actual behaviors.
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The book examines international education's conceptual basis and explores its relationship with other concepts, such as global citizenship and.Professor Silverman’s research focuses on teaching and learning (motor skill and attitude) in physical education and on the methods for conducting research in field settings.
He has made over presentations to international, national, and regional groups and has published over chapters and papers, including more than 80 refereed.