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IMPLEMENTATION OF TEACHER TEACHING IN TEACHING AND LEARNING IN SPECIAL EDUCATION
NATIONAL SCHOOL
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MISMATCH: UNBOXING STUDENTS’ DIFFICULTIES IN MATHEMATICSCortez, K.N.GPhilippines
THE CHALLENGES FACED BY TEACHERS IN TEACHING WRITING IN THE SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLAbejuelaPhilippines
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BLENDED LEARNING IN INDONESIAN HIGHER EDUCATION: BENEFITS AND CHALLENGESUsoh, E.JIndonesia
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ATHE EFFECTIVENESS OF MATHEMATICS LEARNING THROUGH CONTEXTUAL TEACHING AND LEARNING APPROACH
IN JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
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TRANSFORMING ACADEMIC PROGRAMS IN MALAYSIAN HIGHER EDUCATION FOR THRIVING IN FOURTH INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTIONNor Hasliza Md SaadMalaysia
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HIGH SCHOOL CULTURE IN MALAYSIAMerlinaIndonesia
“I’M TOO OLD TO LEARN NEW TECHNOLOGY”: SENIOR TEACHERS’ SELF CONCEPT IN USING ICT IN EDUCATIONAL PRACTICESRizki Israeni NurMalaysia
EFL UNDERGRADUATE LEARNERS’ READINESS TOWARDS MOBILE LEARNINGMoosavi, Z.Malaysia
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INFOGRAPHIC ON THE KINEMATICS OF RECTILINEAR MOTIONS CONCEPT ON STUDENT RESULTS IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLNetty ApriyantiMalaysia
AN INTEGRATION OF STUDENT CHARACTER VALUES ON CHEMISTRY SUBJECT BASED ON COOPERATIVE LEARNINGNovaliahIndonesia
SCHOOL ADMINISTRATORS’ INSTRUCTIONAL LEADERSHIP SKILLS AND TEACHERS’ PERFORMANCE AND EFFICACY IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOLS IN THE NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION, PHILIPPINESDaingPhilippines
A USER EXPERIENCE ANALYSIS ON E-LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS: TOWARDS A REFLEXIVE APPROACH IN E-LEARNING SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENTRikki Lee B. MendiolaPhilippines
THE CRISIS OF REFUGEE EDUCATION PROGRAMS IN ETHIOPIA; FIXING THE BROKEN PROMISE THROUGH PARTNERSHIP WITH INVOLVED ACTORSAhmedEthiopia
RETHINKING EDUCATIONAL COMMUNICATION AS A DOMAIN OF DEVELOPMENT COMMUNICATIONRikki Lee MendiolaPhilippines
MEASURING LEARNING PREFERENCE ASSESSMENT: A FUZZY LOGIC APPROACHDeddy Barnabas LasfetoIndonesia
ROLES OF PARENTS AND QUALITY OF UNIVERSAL PRIMARY EDUCATION IN UGANDAT. D. BalojjaUganda
ENHANCING LEARNING IN UNDERGRADUATE INTRODUCTORY PHYSICS COURSE USING PHOTOVOICECuansing, J.T.Philippines
THE EFFECT OF COMPLEX TRAINING MANIPULATION ON STUDENT VO2 MAX OF SPORT COACHING DEPARTMENT FACULTY OF SPORT SCIENCE UNIVERSITAS NEGERI YOGYAKARTAMansurIndonesia
MUSEUM PENDIDIKAN INDONESIA: HAS IT BEEN USEFUL?Wa Ode MuslihahIndonesia
MENTORING AND BLENDED LEARNING FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT:THE CASE OF THE INFORMATION AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT MENTORSHIP PROGRAMElaine DC. LlarenaPhilippines
SELF-EFFICACY OF MALAYSIAN MARITIME EDUCATION AND TRAINING INSTRUCTORS IN ADOPTING TPACK MODEL IN TEACHINGLee C. H.Malaysia
RESEARCH INTO METAPHOR-TYPE ART TEACHINGYuan-Lung YuTaiwan
COMPARATIVE STUDIES ON ENTREPRENEURIAL
ORIENTATION AND ENGAGEMENT OF UNIVERSITY
STUDENTS IN GUANGDONG, HONG KONG AND MACAU
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GENDER AND SCHOOL MANAGEMENT: QUESTIONING THE NEXUS BETWEEN MANAGEMENT AND MASCULINITY IN UGANDADr. SSESANGA N.A.KUganda
KI HAJAR DEWANTARA’S AMONG SYSTEM IN KINDERGARTEN SCHOOL NOWDAYSAnggun Oktavia KristianiINDONESIA
CREATING A GOOD QUALITY CHILDUmi NahdhiahIndonesia
THE ROLE OF TEACHERS’ PERCEIVED ABILITY AND
ATTITUDE TO PREDICT CONSISTENCY IN 1:1 IPAD
IMPLEMENTATION IN THE CLASSROOM
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TEACHING WITH INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGYHanna Arini ParhusipIndonesia.
WHY DEVELOP INSRUMENTS PROJECT OF OPTICAL AND ELECTRICAL ?
AN IMPLEMENTING OF SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY APPROACH
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HOW IS THE IMPLEMENTATION OF
INDONESIAN NATIONAL QUALIFICATION
FRAMEWORK (INQF) FOR ACCOUNTING DIPLOMA?
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DELVING INTO ICT UTILISATION IN THE REBRANDING OF FORM SIX PROGRAMME IN MALAYSIAN SCHOOLSAshairi SulimanMalaysia
KIT SEQIP WITH ENVIRONMENTAL
APPROACH IN SCIENCE LEARNING
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CHARACTER EDUCATION BASED MEDIA LITERACY LEARNING MODELDyah LyesmayaIndonesia
CHARACTERIZING EDUCATIONAL SKILLS THROUGH BASIC LIFE TASKS AND THEIR MATCHING BASIC LIFE SKILLSTariq KhanPakistan
DEVELOPMENT OF GEOMETRY MULTIMEDIA LEARNING BY USING PRINCIPLES OF MAYER AND J. BRUNER LEARNING APPROACH FOR GRADE V OF STUDENT OF PANJATAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLAstri SetyawatiIndonesia
TEACHING BLENDED INSTRUCTION THROUGH BLENDING¬Williams-GeorgeUSA
EMPLOYABILITY SUBJECTS BOOSTING TO TERTIARY AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATIONAL TRAINING INSTITUTES IN SRI LANKASrivishagan VijayaragunathanSri Lanka.
AN INFORMED ENVIRONMENTAL EDUCATION CAN PURGE THE EXTINCTION OF LIVING SPECIES INCLUDING MANKIND: SOUTH AFRICAN PERSPECTIVENgwako Daniel SebolaSouth Africa
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STUDY ON THE MODE OF HIGHER EDUCATIONAL COOPERATION BETWEEN CHINA AND ASEAN COUNTRIES IN THE SIGHT OF “ONE BELT, ONE ROAD”Tianwei HANChina
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EFFECTS OF A PARTICIPATORY ACTION RESEARCH ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP EDUCATION TECHNICAL VOCATIONAL EDUCATION AND TRAINING COLLEGE LECTURER’S PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTMotsoeneng MSouth Africa
CREATIVE DANCE: CAN IT INFLUENCE INTRAPERSONAL INTELLIGENCE?Elindra YettiIndonesia
COLLABORATIVE TEACHING:  DOES IT IMPACT OF STUDENT’S SOCIAL INTERACTION AT REGULAR AND NON REGULAR CLASS AT HIGHER EDUCATION?YufiartiIndonesia
SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS IN NIGERIA AND THE ROLE OF SOCIAL WORKERSBENEDICT IKECHUKWU EZENIGERIA
STUDENT EMPOWERED FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT (SEFA) FOR LEARNERS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIESBree JimenezAustralia
DIGLOSSIA AND LANGUAGE USE IN ÌPÈÀKÓKÓOF ONDO STATE, NIGERIA:
IMPLICATIONS FOR MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTIONS
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  FACTORS AFFECTING THE READING ABILITY IN ENGLISH AT THE SECONDARY SCHOOL LEVELNadeem KhanPakistan
CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION IN CLASSROOM SITUATION Susmita MondalIndia.
PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS’ ATTITUDE TOWARDS E-LEARNING: A CASE OF INSTITUTE OF EDUCATION AND RESEARCHDr. Tariq HussainPakistan
 TEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVES ON THE BYOD (BRING YOUR OWN DEVICE) EFFECT ON STUDENTS’ LEARNING IN HIGHER EDUCATION – TAP TO LEARN CONCEPTPedro CoelhosoUnited Arab Emirates
PROFESSIONAL PROFILE AS CORRELATES TO TEACHERS’ TEACHING STYLESJondy M. Arpilleda. PhDPhilippines
MALAY LANGUAGE LEARNING STRATEGIES AMONG INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS BASED ON FOUR SKILLSSHARALA SUBRAMANIAMMalaysia.
INVESTIGATING THE IMPACT OF E-MARKETING TEACHING AND SOCIAL MEDIA ACTIVENESS ON STUDENTS’ ENTREPRENEURIAL INTERESTTusyanah, Heri YantoIndonesia
INNOVATIVE METHODS FOR IMPLEMENTING  INTERDISCIPLINARY IN CAREER COUNSELINGIlona TandzegolskienėLithuania
TEACHING SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH METHODS TO NON-NATIVE ENGLISH SPEAKING STUDENTS OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS IN THAILANDRachael M. RudolphThailand
SOUTHEAEST ASIAN TEACHERS’ COOPERATION AS IMPLEMENTATION OF ASEAN PILLARSM. Bahtiar FajriIndonesia
WORK STRESS AMONG TEACHERS: A COMPARISON BETWEEN PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHERSNorlizah C. H.1Indonesia
STRENGTHENING DISTRICT EDUCATION OFFICES IN MALAYSIA AS A LEARNING ORGANIZATION  STRENGTHENING DISTRICT EDUCATION OFFICES IN MALAYSIA AS A LEARNING ORGANIZATION
THROUGH CHANGE INDICATORS
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RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PHYSICS TEACHERS’ RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN PHYSICS TEACHERS’
PEDAGOGICAL CONTENT KNOWLEDGE AND THE STUDENTS’
ACHIEVEMENT AT SECONDARY LEVEL
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EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP IN TRANSFORMING A LOW PERFORMING SCHOOL: A CASE STUDY OF A SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL PRINCIPAL AWARDEEMalaysia
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF METAPHOR COUNSELING ON EARLY CHILDHOOD COUNSELINGRiana MasharIndonesia
ADDITION ERROR PATTERNS AMONG THE PRE- SCHOOL CHILDRENPriyadarshini MuthukrishnanMalaysia.
TEACHERS ATTITUDE TOWARDS ENGLISH AS A MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION (EMI) AT PRIMARY LEVEL IN KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA, PAKISTANAlam ZebPakistan
AN INNOVATIVE PRACTICES FOR LABORATORY OF SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL BY USING NATURAL INDICATOR IN ACID BASE TITRATIONLokendra Kumar OjhaINDIA
DATA MINING FOR STUDENT ACHIEVEMENTSLi-Ling Chen, Ph.D.United States of America
SRI LANKA HIGHER EDUCATIONAL STUDENTS BEHAVIOURAL CHANGES IN MULTICULTURALISMA.R.F.BegumSri Lanka
FINANCIAL PROBLEMS AND THEIR IMPACT ON THE FUNCTONING OF HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN KHYBER PAKHTUNKHWA, PAKISTANAbdur RahmanPakistan
FACTORS AFFECTING STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE IN KILINOCHCHI    SRI LANKAT. MukunthanSri Lanka
LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT TO PROMOTE INCLUSIVE EDUCATION      Md. Faridul JulfikerBangladesh
EFFECTIVENESS OF MULTIMEDIA PACKAGES ON LEARNING BIOLOGICAL CONCEPTS AMONG STUDENT TEACHERS OF DIPLOMA IN ELEMENTARYDr.R.Bagdha Vatchala PerumalIndia
EFFECTIVENESS OF COOPERATIVE LEARNING AMONG VIII STANDARD STUDENTS IN LEARNING SCIENCE CONCEPTSDr.K.KrishnamoorthyIndia
PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT, SELF-CONCEPT, AND ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT OF GRADE 1 AND 2 STUDENTSProf. Josefina Q. EraPhilippines
A STUDY ON EMPLOYABILITY OF MANAGEMENT STUDENTS WITH REFERENCE TO PUNE CITYProf.Amruta  Dwarkadhish Deshpande ,India
TEACHING WRITING ORIENTATION OF FILIPINO ESL TEACHERSQuintana, J. M.Philippines
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SELF-REGULATED LEARING STRATGIES AND ACHEIVEMENT OF PERSONAL GOALS IN MOOCSMaha M. Al-FreihSaudi Arabia
THE EFFICACY OF TEACHER’S WRITTEN CORRECTIVE FEEDBACK (WCF) TOWARDS STUDENTS’ NARRATIVESRonie C. LagutanPhilippines
HOW TO IMPLEMENT A SUCCESSFUL FLIPPED CLASSROOM IN A GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM COURSE?Y. BenchabaneUnited Arab Emirates
ASSESSING THE EFFECT OF PRINCIPAL LEADERSHIP STYLE ON TEACHERS ATTITUDES TOWARDS INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN OMANYasser F. Hendawy Al-MahdyOman
COMPUTER-AIDED LANGUAGE TEACHING: FACING THE CHALLENGES OF THE MILLENNIAL LANGUAGE LEARNERSEdgar R. EslitPhilippines
DEVELOPMENT AND VALIDATION OF WORK TEXT IN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENTNiclie L. Tiratira,Philippines
MATHEMATICS SKILLS AS PREDICTOR OF CHEMISTRY STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE IN SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS IN AKOKO SOUTH LOCAL GOVERNMENT AREA OF ONDO STATE, NIGERIA.Dr.  Tunde ORIMOGUNJENigeria.
THE ANALYSIS SCIENCE LITERACY IN TERMS OF READING HABIT, MOTIVATION, AND ACHIEVEMENTRosmalah YantiIndonesia
CAMPUS SUPPORT MODEL TO ENHANCE ONLINE INSTRUCTIONLi-Ling ChenUnited States of America
MODERN RUSSIAN EDUCATION AND THE “EMOTIONAL AND COGNITIVE ROUTES TO  ENGAGEMENT”Olga Anatolyevna KarlovaRussia
APPLICATION OF THE FIELD STUDY METHOD IN CULTURE-ORIENTED EDUCATIONKseniya V. ReznikovaRussia
QUALITY ASSESSMENT OF CHILDREN’S INCLUSIVE EDUCATION IN THE PRIVATE (NON-COMMERCIAL) SECTOR (RUSSIA, KRASNOYARSK TERRITORYVladimir LuzanRussia
STUDYING THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD ART CULTURE IN RUSSIAN SCHOOLS AS AN ELEMENT OF CULTURE-ORIENTED CURRICULUMNatalia M. LibakovaRussia
OVERSTAY TEACHER TRANSFERS IN SRI LANKA: IMPACT ON MANAGEMENT AND TEACHER PERFORMANCE IN PUBLIC SCHOOLSWijayatunga A RPhilippines
METAKOGNITIVE ANALYSIS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTS STORIES IN INDONESIAMimin NinawatiIndonesia
UNDERSTANDING THE SPIRITUALITY OF TEACHER LEADERS IN SELECTED  EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS IN ASIAVera, Fritzie Ian PPhilippines
TEACHER-PEER SUPPORT AND LEARNING BEHAVIOR OF HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTSJethro Asor OdoyPhilippines
SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION OF SOCIAL VALUES OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES OF THE NORTH (SIBERIA)Anastasiya KistovaRussia
FEATURES OF CULTURAL VALUES OF SELKUP, INDIGENOUS PEOPLE OF THE SIBERIAN ARCTIC AND EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGIESNatalia SeredkinaRussia
THE IMPACT OF INTEGRATING TECHNOLOGY INTO STUDENTS’ PRESENTATIONS ON PEER EVALUATION IN HIGHER EDUCATIONEmad A. S. Abu-AyyashUnited Arab Emirates
LEARNING LEADERSHIP MATTERS: PREPARING ACADEMIC LEADERS IN HIGHER EDUCATION Asia ZulfqarPakistan
THE ROLE OF RAPPORT IN IMPROVING TEACHER-STUDENT INTERACTION FROM TENTH GRADE STUDENTS PERSPECTIVES IN NABLUS DISTRICTAhmed Awad Amin Mahmoud RabaSoudi Arabic
PARTICIPATORY APPROACH IN THE DESIGN OF CREATIVE COMMUNITY SPACES IN SURABAYADiana ThamrinIndonesia
CONSTRUCTION ON THEORY AND METHODS OF EXTENSION MUSIC EDUCATION CONSTRUCTION ON THEORY AND METHODS OF EXTENSION MUSIC EDUCATION
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FLIPPING IN A PHILIPPINE CLASSROOMRoselyn R. GonzalesPhilippines
SOCIAL CHALLENGES CONFRONTING THE EDUCATION OF THE GIRL-CHILD AS PERCEIVED BY FEMALE ACADEMICS IN THE TERTIARY INSTITUTIONS OF EDO STATE,NIGERIAR.I. Osarenren-Osaghae,Nigeria
CAREER DECISION AND K TO 12 CURRICULUM EXITS OF SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTSBacaling, Maurice Dence B.Philippines
STUDENT’S LEARNING AND ENGAGEMENT THROUGH PHET INTERACTIVE SIMULATIONJoel D. PotanePhilippines
MEDIUM OF INSTRUCTION ON STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT AND CONFIDENCE IN ENGLISHArriane Kris M. ManalastasPhilippines
AGREEMENT ON SETTING APPROPRIATENESS OF THE TIERED CAREER PATH PROGRAM FOR ADMINISTRATORS IN ONE PRIVATE UNIVERSITYStephen Jay D. Co, Ed. D.Philippines
GRADUATE TEACHERS’ READINESS TO FOLLOW ONLINE TEACHER TRAINING COURSESL.R.GonsalkoralaSri Lanka
IMPLEMENTATION OF WORKSHEET BASED ON INTEGRATED STEM IN INCREASING PHYSICS LEARNINGSujito1,*Indonesia
SUCCESSFUL TRANSITION FROM PRIMARY TO ELEMENTARY LEVEL: AN ANALYSIS OF ORAL SKILLS OF ENGLISH LANGUAGEMuhammad Naveed AkhtarPakistan
GENERATIVE LEARNING MODEL (GLM) AND SENIOR SCHOOL STUDENTS’ RETENTION IN PROBABILITYAdeniji Saidat MorenikeNigeria
EFFECTS OF SYNCHRONISED MULTIMRDIA INSTRUCTION ON NIGERIA SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE IN BIOLOGYOMOTAYO    Nigeria
CONDUCTING ACTION RESEARCH IN THE CLASSROOM: A PRACTICAL ASSET IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE REFLECTIVE ANALYTIC TEACHER PRACTITIONERWilliams-George, M.D.California
THE DEVELOPMENT OF CONTEXTUAL-BASED THEMATIC TEACHING MATERIAL FOR NATURE SURROUNDING FOR 2ND  GRADERS OF ELEMENTARY SCHOOL.Ari Metalin Ika PuspitaIndonesia
EFFECTS OF SYNCHRONISED MULTIMRDIA INSTRUCTION ON

NIGERIA SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ ACADEMIC

PERFORMANCE IN BIOLOGY

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ROLE OF STRESS AND USE OF SMARTPHONE IN ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND LIFE SATISFACTION OF YOUNG ADULT MUSLIM COLLEGE STUDENTSDr. Muhammad ShakirPakistan
STEM IN ENGLISH IN EARLY CHILDHOOD OF CHINAWenxiao ZHAOChina
COLLABORATIVE PEER TEACHING AND SELF-REGULATED LEARNING: THE EFFECT ON STUDENTS

CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING

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ENHANCING CREATIVITY THROUGH BATIK TRAINING AS AN ATTEMPT TO PRESERVE CULTURAL AWARENESS IN PRIMARY SCHOOLSLaksmi Kusuma WardaniIndonesia
INCORPORATING BLENDED TECHNOLOGY INTO ADULT EDUCATION IN NIGERIA: PATHWAY TO ADVANCEMENTDr. Temilola ApenaNigeria
EFFECTIVENESS OF COMPUTER-ASSISTED AND EXCURSION STRATEGIES ON SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL STUDENTS’ ACHIEVEMENT IN BIOLOGY TOWARDS SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENTAYENI MARGARET FOLUSONigeria
NEW DIGITAL LITERARTCIES: VISUAL ARTS EDUCATION USING 3D PRINTING TECHNOLOGIESSong, Min JeongHong Kong
THE LEARNING MODEL OF BUSINESS ETHICS

TO DEVELOP SPIRITUAL HEALTH (SPIRITUAL WELL-BEING)

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DEVELOPING CULTURAL COMPETENCE: THE IMPACT OF AN IMMERSION PROGRAM IN CAMBODIA FOR AUSTRALIAN PRE-SERVICE TEACHERSMs Cathy LembkeAustralia
COMMUNITY OUTREACH PROGRAM : AN EFFECTIVE APPROACH FOR TWO-WAY LEARNING PROCESSMariana WibowoIndonesia
DESIGN OF LEARNING MODELS BASED ON EXPERIENCE IN IMPROVING CREATIVE STUDENT CAPABILITIESSujarwoIndonesia
OCCUPATIONAL STRESS AND SUBJECTIVE WELL-BEING AMONG PRIMARY TEACHERS: THE MEDIATING ROLE OF JOB BURNOUT AND THE MODERATING ROLE OF SALARYMeng DuChina
IMPLEMENTATION OF SELF-ASSESSMENT EVALUATION FOR ISO 9001 QUALITY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM: THE CASE IN A PHILIPPINE STATE UNIVERSITYGamaliel G. GonzalesPhilippines
ALTERNATIVE LEARNING SYSTEM: PATHWAY TO EXPEDITIONARY AND EXPERIENTIAL OUTCOMESJosephine Anne C. TaleonPhilippines
USING BOOKS IN ADDRESSING THE SOCIO-EMOTIONAL PROBLEMS OF CHILDREN WITH HEARING IMPAIRMENTDe La Cruz, R. V. a)Philippines
ISSUES, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE IN THE PHILIPPINESMaricel San DiegoPHILIPPINES
 EFFECTIVENESS OF KUMON TEACHING METHOD FOR ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENTS OF CHILDREN IN MATHEMATICSJameela AshrafPakistan
CHINESE STUDENTS’ CULTURAL AND BEHAVIOURAL DIFFERENCES AMONG DOMESTIC AND INTERNATIONALLY ORIENTED EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS.Ron Haarms
STUDY HABIT, SELF-ESTEEM, READING MOTIVATION, AND MATHEMATICS PROFICIENCY OF THE STUDENTS IN WESTERN MINDANAO STATE UNIVERSITY INTEGRATED LABORATORY SCHOOL-SECONDARY DEPARTMENTKassim, S. R.Philippines
A CORRELATIONAL STUDY ON VOCABULARY SIZE AND READING ATTITUDE OF GRADE 10 STUDENTS: TOWARDS CREATING A COLLABORATIVE READING PROGRAMNavarro, Ranelyn
THE FUTURE OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IN NEPAL’S EDUCATION SYSTEMKhem RajNepal
ROLE OF SMC IN DEVELOPMENT OF PRIMARY EDUCATION: A STUDY IN LOISINGHA BLOCK OF BOLANGIR DISTRICT, ODISHADoleswar BhoiIndia
TURNITIN: FRIEND OR FOE?Crosbie, S.EOman
ETHICAL PERCEPTIONS AND INTENTIONS ETHICAL PERCEPTIONS AND INTENTIONS
AMONG UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS IN SINGAPORE
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EVALUATION OF THE  EVALUATION OF THE
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ASSESSMENT IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE CLASSROOMS AT SECONDARY LEVEL EDUCATION: TEACHERS PERCEPTIONS AND PRACTICESTaiba Begum ShaonBangladesh.
HARNESSING THE POTENTIALS OF NIGERIAN EDUCATION TO COMBAT UNEMPLOYMENT: THE INPUT OF MATHEMATICSSamson Sunday AfolabiNigeria
INCORPORATION AND ASSESSMENT OF CORE COMPETENCIES IN COLLEGE EDUCATIONMuhammad Waqar AshrafSaudi Arabia
EDUCATION SITUATION OF ROHINGYA CHILDREN MIGRATED IN BANGLADESHShah Shamim AhmedBangladesh.
RESPONDING TO THE HIGHER EDUCATION NEEDS OF REFUGEES IN ETHIOPIASamuel DermasEthiopia
STATUS OF RESIDENCE OF EDUCATION STUDENTS OF ISABELA STATE UNIVERSITY CAUAYAN CAMPUSMila F. AntalanPhilippines
STYLISTICS ANALYSIS OF ROGELIO SICAT’S SHORT STORIESMarvin G. BalagulanPhilippines
ANALYSIS OF LEARNING DIFFICULTIES ABOUT “INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE OF WORK SHEET MATERIAL LEARNING”M. Rizky, SuratnoIndonesia
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EXPLORATION OF PHYSICS PROBLEM-SOLVING SKILLS WITH PHENOMENA-BASED LEARNING IN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTSLia YuliatiIndonesia
FACULTY GENDER: ITS RELEVANCE IN THE TEACHING COMPETENCY OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERSAbdulsamad S.Philippines
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TEST ANXIETY, COMPUTER SELF EFFICACY, AND PERCEIVED EASE OF USE IN COMPLETING COMPUTER-BASED TEST ON FIRST YEAR STUDENTSEndah MastutiIndonesia
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SPATIAL CRITICAL THINKING FACTORS ON GEOGRAPHIC METACOGNITIVE TESTMuhammad Nursa’ban Indonesia
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BLENDED LEARNING AS AN APPROACH IN ACHIEVING MATHEMATICAL PROFICIENCYEDMAR B. ALONZOPhilippines
THE ANIMAL KINGDOM: AN ELMBCJashly James NipahoyPhilippines
ENRICHMENT ACTIVITIES IN MATHEMATICS: AN E-LEARNING MATERIAL FOR KINDERGARTENJericho Kinguingan,Philippines
EARTH AND SPACE: AN ELMSCCheska Mae VerangaPhilippines
A MOBILE LEARNING TOOL FOR STUDENTS WITH DYSCALCULIAAmelita M. De Los ReyesPhilippines
KNOCK, KNOCK! WHO’S THERE? AN INTEGRATED THEORY OF VOLUNTEER WORK RELATED TO EDUCATION IN THE PHILIPPINES AND NIGERIASalazar, Virginia Marinel FPhilippines
SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHERS’ DEVELOPMENT IN           VIA THE TRAINING PACKAGEJareeluk RatanaphanThailand
DESIGN GUIDELINES FOR THE USE OF INDIGENOUS KNOWLEDGE IN INTERACTIVE EXHIBITS LINKED TO THE SCHOOL CURRICULUMPotgieter, A., SchellensSouth Africa
EDUCATIONAL EXPENDITURE AND DROPOUT: A PROFILE OF INDIAN REGIONSShatrughan Prasadindia
UTILIZATION OF ENVIRONMENT LEARNING MEDIA AROUND THROUGH MODELING ACTIVITIES TO INCREASE THE TEACHER ABILITY AND ABILITY OF ENVIRONMENT PROBLEMS AROUND BASIC SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THE BORDER REGIONMakrina TindangenIndonesia
IMPROVEMENT OF EVALUATION OF EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM BY EDUCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN THE BORDER REGION THROUGH FOCUS GROUP DISSCUSION (FGD) ACTIVITYAloysius HardokoIndonesia
READING LEVELS OF THE PUPILS OF ANDARAYAN- BUGALLON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL: BASIS FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF EXTENSION PROGRAMJOSEPHINE C. CRISTOBALPhilippines
UTILIZING BLOGS IN THE CLASSROOM TO IMPROVE WRITING SKILLSE.D. BaconThailand
DEVELOPMENT OF LINEAR ALGEBRAAND ALGEBRA STRUCTURE TEACHING MATERIALS  BASED CONCEPT MAPSRahayu Kariadinata1), RIndonesia
DESIGNING AN INTERNSHIP PROGRAM OF AUTHENTIC ENTREPRENEURIAL LEARNING EXPERIENCE FOR STUDENTS IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP CLASSInaya Sari MelatiIndonesia
A COMPREHENSIVE APPROACH: REVEALS THE SUCCESS OF CONSERVATION EDUCATION IN COLLEGEWisudani RahmaningtyasIndonesia
INTEGRATION OF MATHEMATICS’ E-LEARNING  INTEGRATION OF MATHEMATICS’ E-LEARNING
IN RESOURCES-BASED LEARNING
R. Poppy YaniawatiIndonesia
THE EFFECTIVENESS OF INTEGRATED LEARNING TO IMPROVE THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENT COMPETENCERisda Amini1Indonesia
ANALYSIS OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS FOR LEARNING OFFICE PRACTICESHana Netti Purasani Wisudani Rahmaningtyas,Indonesia
UNDERSTANDING STUDENTS’ MANNERISMS WHEN SOLVING MATHEMATICAL PROBLEMSRyan P. SalviejoPhilippines
STORY MAPPING STRATEGY FOR INCREASING READING COMPREHENSION ON STUDENT WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES.Citrawanti OktaviaIndonesia
THE VIEWS OF SECONDARY STUDENTS REGARDING THE NATURE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGYDesri SofianiIndonesia
BUILDING CRITICAL THINKING AND ECOLOGY LITERACY USING LOCAL POTENCY-BASED TEACHING MATERIALS IN HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTSLysa Ulfa KarinaaIndonesia
SELF-REGULATED LEARNING USED BY HIGH ACHIEVEMENT STUDENTSAndi Miftahul Maulidil MursyidAustralia
STUDENT ENGAGEMENT: PERSPECTIVES OF TEACHERS OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM (CWA)Miciano, APhilippines
EFFECTIVENESS OF REMEDIAL WRITING VISUAL-MOTOR INTEGRATION TO IMPROVE QUALITY OF HANDWRITING IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL STUDENTSYustisiana HidayatiIndonesia
THE TWO MODES OF TEACHER-STUDENT RELATIONSHIP: A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF BUBER, FREIRE, SIDORKIN, AND NODDINGSMuhamad, M. M.Malaysia
DESIGNING CLASSROOM ACTIVITY: TO UNDERSTAND THE KEY PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES IN AN INTRODUCTORY COURSERubayat KabirBangladesh.
CREDENCELEDGER : BUILDING A PERMISSIONED BLOCKCHAIN PLATFORM FOR VERIFIABLE ACADEMIC CREDENTIALSRodelio P. ArenasIndonesia
VICARIOUS LEARNING OPPORTUNITY FOR PRESERVICE TEACHERS THROUGH CASE WRITINGAris Reynold V. CajigalPhilippines
COLLABORATION SKILLS OF 8TH GRADE SECONDARY STUDENTS IN SCIENCE LEARNING WITH ENGINEERING DESIGN ACTIVITYFitri Nuraeni1Indonesia
THE INFLUENCE OF INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES ON TEACHER EDUCATION STUDENTS’  THE INFLUENCE OF INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES ON TEACHER EDUCATION STUDENTS’
PERCEPTION ON THEIR GROWTH, DEVELOPMENT AND SPIRITUALITY
Sister Mary Martha N. Fe, OSFPhilippines
EFFECTIVENESS OF RESEARCH-BASED PHYSICS LEARNING WITH SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND SOCIETY APPROACH TO IMPROVE THE STUDENT’S COMPETENCYUsmeldiIndonesia
ACCEPTANCE OF INCLUSION AMONG REGULAR EDUCATION TEACHERS IN THE PHILIPPINESColendrino, M. C. CPhilippines
E-CONTENT IN TEACHING ENGLISH FOR SLOW LEARNERSR.SivakumarIndia
COGNITIVE LOAD THEORY AND EFFECTIVENESS OF COMPUTER ASSISTED ENGLISH LANGUAGE   LEARNINGS. VeenaIndia
STRATEGIES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF EFFECTIVE TUTOR FOR HOMESCHOOLING STUDENTSNisa Rachmah Nur AnganthiIndonesia
CHARACTER EDUCATION BASED ON NATIONAL CULTURENina Oktarina1Indonesia
MATH GAME AS A LEARNING MEDIA FUN FOR KIDSMuhammad Irwan Padli NasutionIndonesia
HIGH QUALITY MOOCS AND TEACHER’S TRAINING FORVimal RarhIndia
IMPLEMENTATION OF DEWEY’S PRAGMATIC PHILOSOPHY IN PAKISTANI PRIVATE SECONDARY SCHOOL CHAINS: TEACHERS’ PERCEPTIONSUzma Ata UllahPakistan
SECONDARY STUDENTS’ SELF-PERCEIVED MOTIVATION LEVEL: A COMPARATIVE INVESTIGATIONUzma Ata UllahPakistan
SHARED LEADERSHIP OF HEADS AND TEACHERS’ JOB SATISFACTION AT SECONDARY LEVELAtif KhalilPakistan
CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT PRACTICES FOR SCIENCE STUDENTS AT SECONDARY LEVELAkhtar, MPakistan
THE MAGIC CIRCLE OF STEM EDUCATIONSimon SoHong Kong
IMPLEMENTATION OF THE METHODOLOGY CDIO IN THE DESIGN CURRICULAR OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERINGEdisson Fernando Viera AlulemaEdisson Fernando Viera Alulema
THE FUTURE OF HIGHER EDUCATION AND ROLE OF TECHNOLOGY IN NEPAL’S EDUCATION SYSTEMKhem Raj BhattaNepal
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS’ USE OF SOCIAL MEDIA AND ITS PERCEIVED EFFECTS ON ACADEMIC PERFORMANCEMa. Laura Nerisa Macabale,Philippines.
THE CAREER ADAPT-ABILITIES SCALE-INDONESIAN FORM: PSYCHOMETRIC PROPERTIES AND CONSTRUCT VALIDITYWiwik SulistianiIndonesia
IMPACT OF RECIPROCAL PEER TUTORING ON STUDENT TEACHERS LEARNING PERFORMANCE IN INITIAL TEACHER EDUCATIONAbid ShahzadPakistan
ISSUES, PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS OF CONFUCIUS INSTITUTE IN THE PHILIPPINESMaricel San DiegoPHILIPPINES
DEVELOPING TEACHER AGENCY:  DEVELOPING TEACHER AGENCY:
A CASE STUDY OF CURRICULUM CHANGE IN PUNJAB PROVINCE (PAKISTAN)
Muqaddas ButtPakistan
ICT CHALLENGES TO THE TEACHING – LEARNING PROCESS : BASIS FOR THE DEVELOPMENT                                                                                      OF  DIGITAL  LITERACY  PROGRAMMarie Grace L. ApalePhilippines
 STEM AND 21ST CENTURY SKILL INITIATIVES IN THE UNITED ARAB EMIRATES EDUCATION SECTORAnthony RhodesUnited Arab Emirates
STYLISTICS ANALYSIS OF ROGELIO SICAT’S SHORT STORIESMarvin G. BalagulanPhilippines
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN READING MOTIVATION AND READING ACHIEVEMENT OF PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOL SETTINGSEarnshaw, Angelica B.Philippines
EXPLORING TEACHERS’ PRACTICES IN GIVING FEEDBACK IN MULTI-GRADE CLASSROOMSMatshidiso Joyce TaoleSouth Africa
THE FACTORS OF REFLECTIVE LEARNING THROUGH WEB TECHNOLOGYKattakamon Pislae-NgamThailand
DISCOVERING STUDENTS’ LEVEL OF CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING  IN THE TRENDS OF PERIODIC TABLE OF ELEMENTSDEXTER C. NECORPhilippines
THE INDIGENOUS LEADERSHIP IN MULTICULTURAL COUNTRY; THE EXPLORATION OF LEADERSHIP PRACTICE IN IMPROVING THE ISLAMIC BASED SCHOOL IN INDONESIAUmmi KultsumAustrailia
RELATIONSHIP OF TIME SPENT ON READING AND COMPREHENSION PERFORMANCE OF GRADE 8 STUDENTS: TOWARDS CREATING THE INDEPENDENT & COLLABORATIVE LEARNING FOR COMPREHENSION READING PROGRAMBallesteros, Maria Dominique Philippines
FACTORS ATTRIBUTING CORDIAL RELATIONSHIP IN ORGANIZATIONAL SETTINGS WITH RESPECT TO LOYALTY: PRIVATE UNIVERSITY VIEWMohammad Abul KashemBangladesh
KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES, DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE, AND EMPLOYEE PRODUCTIVITY:  A CASE OF HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTIONS (HEIS) IN PAKISTAN “.Muhammad Qasim ShabbirPakistan
DIFFICULTIES IN LEARNING ARABIC AS A FOREIGN LANGUAGE : : PUTTING ‘HARAKAT’ (VOWELS SIGNS) ON DIFFERENT LETTERS OF ARABIC VERBS (AF’AL) : AN EASIER WAY FOR THE NONNATIVE BEGINNERSShams al KarimBangladesh
CORRELATING READING MOTIVATION WITH GENDER, SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS, AND INSTITUTION OF SELECTED GRADE 9 STUDENTS TOWARD THE CREATION OF A COLLABORATIVE READING PROGRAMValencia, Ma. Yosha DPhilippines
MODEL OF SCIENCE LEARNING THROUGH TPACK FRAMEWORK BASED ON HYBRID LEARNINGWiddy H.F RorimpandeyIndonesia
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIAL SUPPORT AND CATHARSIS ADJUSTMENT IN STUDENT ATHLETESAbd.Rahim Mohd.ShariffMalaysia
PRINCIPAL’S BEST PRACTICES ON PARENTS AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT OF SCHOOLS IN MALAYSIANor Aniza AhmadMalaysia
ENHANCEMENT OF EMPLOYMENT SATISFACTION ON EMOTIONAL NEEDS AND WORK PERSISTENCENorliza Abdul MajidMalaysia
THE IMPACT OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS, LEADERSHIP, AND CRITICAL THINKING IN GENERIC SKILLS ON ACHIEVEMENT DEVELOPMENT OF PRE-UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN MALAYSIARodiah IdrisMalaysia
PARTICIPATION POINT SYSTEM METHOD IN IMPROVING MATHEMATICS’ PERFORMANCE AND PARTICIPATIONHabungan, G.Philippines
DEVELOPING A MODEL FOR THE LEXICAL ANALYSIS OF KEY WORKS OF CHILDREN’S LITERATUREHarriet VaneAustralia