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Journal on School Educational Technology

2015 Volume 11, Number 2

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Efficacy in Teaching through "Multiple Intelligence" Instructional Strategies

    B. Tamilselvi & D. Geetha

    Multiple intelligence is the theory that "people are smart in more ways than one has immense implication for educators". Howard Gardner proposed a new view of intelligence that is rapidly... More

    pp. 1-10

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  2. E-Governance in Education: Pursuit of Education Excellence

    Sundarapandiyan Natarajan

    This article aims to explore today's educational challenges, being technologically supreme, the primary focus on education is to bring out the outcome and value based education to the community.... More

    pp. 11-16

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  3. Does Higher-Order Thinking Impinge on Learner-Centric Digital Approach?

    Bincy Mathew & B. William Dharma Raja

    Humans are social beings and the social cognition focuses on how one form impressions of other people, interpret the meaning of other people's behaviour and how people's behaviour is affected by... More

    pp. 17-23

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  4. ESET: [Eagles Student Evaluation of Teaching]--An Online Andragogical Student Ratings of Instruction Tool That Is an In-Depth Systemic Statistical Mechanism Designed to Inform, Enhance, and Empower Higher Education

    James Edward Osler & Mahmud A. Mansaray

    This paper seeks to provide an epistemological rationale for the establishment of ESET (an acronym for: "Eagles Student Evaluation of Teaching") as a novel universal SRI [Student Ratings ... More

    pp. 24-42

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  5. Inclusion in a Multicultural Nation: Realities through Case Studies

    Vishalache Balakrishnan

    According to Inclusion Press International, inclusion is not just a "disability issue" but about living full lives, about learning to live together and treasuring diversity and building... More

    pp. 43-47

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