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Mentoring: a Powerful Tool for Professional Development of Student Teachers
Distance education has emerged as a panacea for some of the burning problems in the education systems of developing countries. In relation to the Sri Lankan context, it was expected that Distance Education would give an ...
Correlates of Academic Achievement for Master of Education Students at Open University Malaysia
The study employed Chi-Square statistics and odds ratios to test the association between students’ academic performance and their demographic profile. Additionally a logistic regression routine was used to predict the ...
Problem Based Learning for Quality Teacher Education
Teachers are potentially the single most important asset in the achievement of the vision of a learning society. The modern day teacher should be prepared to take on roles of not just knowledge disseminators but also ...
Utilising the Virtual Laboratory Resources for incorporating ICT in the Chemistry Teacher Education
Teaching chemistry laboratory procedures by means of a virtual laboratory on a personal computer will be much welcome by educational institutions for whom maintaining a hands-on chemistry lab is not viable due to various ...
A Study to Empower Pre-service Teachers with Skill Sets to Develop Technology Enhanced ODL Material
Most reputed Teacher Education Institutes come with the inherent advantages of having curriculum designers, subject matter experts and a well stocked library under one roof; hence to tap their potential, pre-service teachers ...