Volume 6 – Issue 2 – Summer 2016
Can the Mentoring and Socialization of Pre-Service Teachers Improve Teacher Education?
Philbert L. Vumilia – Mwenge Catholic University
Ladislaus M. Semali – Pennsylvania State University
Party Secretaries in Chinese Higher Education Institutions: What Roles Do They Play?
Hua Jiang – Dalian University of Technology
Xiaobin Li – Brock University
Motivation to Learn and Teacher–Student Relationship
Fatih Koca – Karadeniz Technical University
The Social Progress Index in International Business Site Selection: Three Case Studies
Sandra K. Pate – Angelo State University
Robert Sweo – University of Central Florida (retired)
Volume 5 – Issue 2 – Fall 2015Inner-city Independent Schools Educators’ Job Satisfaction and Their Motivation to Quit T P Maforah – Tshwane University of Technology Mentoring Beginning Teachers: Bridging the Gap between Pre-service Training and In-practice Realities Wasonga, C. O, Wanzare, Z. O and Dawo, J. I – Maseno University Subtractive Leadership K. H. Larwin – Youngstown State University Eugene M. Thomas – Lowellville Local Schools David A. Larwin – Kent State University Secondary schools principals and their job satisfaction: A Test of Process T P Maforah – Tshwane University of Technology Volume 5 – Issue 1 – Spring 2015 Improving Education in Confucian Countries through Analysis of Organizational Challenges, Leadership, and Responsibilities Andrew D. Schenck – University of the Cumberlands Ontario Education Governance 1995 to the Present: More Accountability, More Regulation, and More Centralization? Xiaobin Li – Brock University Personal and Professional Challenges and Benefits of Studying Abroad Madeline Milian -University of Northern Colorado Matthew Birnbaum -University of Northern Colorado Betty Cardona -University of Northern Colorado Bonnie Nicholson -University of Northern Colorado Generational Diversity in the Academia: Ramifications and Challenges for Educational Leaders Mark Jayson Alcaraz Chavez- Skills Update Training Institute International Education Issues in Saudi Arabia’s Public Education Curricula: An Analytical Study Ali Naser Almogbel Special Issue for International Conference of Interdisciplinary Studies Indonesian Schools: Shaping the Future of Islam and Democracy in a Democratic Muslim Country Kathleen E. Woodward – University of North Georgia Women’s Views about Gender Equality on the Current Social Policy in Turkey Hulya Oztop – Hacettepe University Muge Finkel- University of Pittsburgh The Re-Birth of African Moral Traditions as Key to the Development of Sub-Saharan Africa: The Igbo Paradigm Chika J.B. Gabriel Okpalike – Nnamdi Azikiwe University A New Approach in Public Budgeting: Citizens’ Budget Semih Bilge- Eskisehir Osmangazi University Intrinsic and Extrinsic Interlay Factors in Saudi Graduate Students Perception of Performance and Success Richard K. Maguire- Director of Education, Problems of Addiction in Labor and Management ( PALM) Thomas P. Corbin, Jr. – American University in Dubai Sustaining Satisfaction for Credit Risk Governance: Empirical Evidence from Indian Commercial Banks Anju Arora – University of New Delhi 3D Printing Processes Applied to the Creation of Glass Art Morgan Chivers – University of Texas-Arlington The Comparison of Emphatic Tendencies of the Management Department Students Emre Belli- Ataturk University Fatih Yildirim- Kafkas University Serkan Naktiyok – Kafkas University Ali Gurbuz – Mimar Sinan Fine Arts University Ali Dursun Aydin – Kafkas University Ottoman-American Relations, Francis Hopkins Smith and Armenian Issue Berrin Akalin- Abant Izzet Baysal University Making James Joyce Contemporary: Recreating Classical Fiction Rebecca Clay – University of Texas at Dallas
Volume 4 – Issue 2 – Fall 2014An Effective Leader in Higher Education: Charles William Eliot Robert Wayne Elliott – Eastern New Mexico University Valerie Osland Paton – Texas Tech University Can Leadership Competencies Differentiate Exemplary Performers from Typical Ones? A Case Study of the Hubert H. Humphrey Fellowship Program in U.S.A. Ladislaus M. Semali – Penn State University Olga V. Buchko – Penn State University Are Lecturers Transferring the Necessary Skills Needed for the Workplace? The College of Technological Studies, Kuwait-A Case Study Salah Al-Ali- College of Technological Studies, Kuwait Management by Objectives (MBO) Imperatives for Transforming Higher Education for a Globalised World Rev. (Fr) Ofojebe, Wenceslaus N. (PhD) – Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka Nigeria Olibie, Eyiuche Ifeoma (PhD) – Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka Nigeria An Empirical Investigation on Chinese High School Students’ Choice of Pursuing Undergraduate Education Abroad Jiankun Chen – International Curriculum Center, the High School Affiliated to Remin University Women in Computer Sciences in Romania: Success and Sacrifice Kelly Ward – Washington State University Cornelia Dragne – Independent Scholar Angelina J Lucas – Washington State University Volume 4 – Issue 1 – Spring 2014 Willingness to Study Abroad: An Examination of Kuwaiti Students Kaylee Hackney – Florida State University David Boggs – Eastern Illinois University Yunus Kathawala – Gulf University for Science & Technology John Hayes – Gulf University for Science & Technology The Views of School Administrators and Educational Authorities Concerning the Management of Multiculturalism in a Regional Unity of Northern Greece Apostolia Matziouri – Teacher Konstantinos Tsioumis – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Argyris Kyridis – Aristotle University of Thessaloniki Making Educational Reform Work: Stories of School Improvement in Urban China Doug Hamilton – Royal Roads University Preparation for Transnationalism: Changes in China’s Top Secondary Schools June A. Gordon – University of California, Santa Cruz Xiangyan Liu – University of California, Santa Cruz Attitudes towards Internationalism through the Lens of Cognitive Effort, Global Mindset, and Cultural Intelligence Joan Romano – Roger Williams University Judith Platania – Roger Williams University Perceptions About Teacher Leadership: Do Teacher Leaders and Administrators Share a Common Ground? Lida J. Uribe-Flórez – New Mexico State University Amneh Al-Rawashdeh – New Mexico State University Sara Morales – New Mexico State University Democratic Leadership in Middle Schools of Chihuahua Mexico: Improving Middle Schools through Democracy Manuel Lopez Delgado – University of Birmingham
Volume 3 – Issue 3 – Fall 2013Analysis of School Leaders Licensure Assessment Content Category I-V Scores and Principal Internship Self-Assessment Scores for ISLLC Standards I-V Michael D. Kelly Regent University Korea’s “Model Minority”: A Case Study of an American-Korean Bilingual Student’s Challenges Learning English in South Korea Andrew D. Schenck Pai Chai University Individualism-Collectivism and Power Distance Cultural Dimensions: How Each Influences Parental Disciplinary Methods Karen Walker Schwab University of the Incarnate Word Three Effective Strategies of Internationalization in American Universities Maria Patricia Cantu University of the Incarnate Word Literacy for All: A Neglected “EFA” Goal? Hiroshi Ito Nagoya University of Commerce and Business Conceptualizations of School Leadership among High School Principals in Jamaica Mairette Newman University of the West Indies, Jamaica ——————————————————————————————————————————————————
Volume 3 – Issue 2 – Summer 2013Seeking Balance between Challenge and Success in an Age of Accountability: A First-Year Faculty Growth Model (FFGM) Penny L. Tenuto & Mary E. Gardiner University of Idaho, Boise Epistemology in Education: Epistemological Development Trajectory Rachida Labbas Washington State University Brain-Wise Leadership Carole Murphy — University of Missouri-St. Louis Osman Ozturgut — University of the Incarnate Word Joan French — Independent Consultant Promoting Diversity: Recruitment, Selection, Orientation, and Retention of International Students Murat Tas — Alamo Community Colleges A Study on the Sources of Resources and Capacity Building in Resource Mobilization: Case of Private Chartered Universities in Nakuru Town, Kenya Simon Kibet Kipchumba — Nanjing Agricultural University & Egerton University, Kenya, Liu Zhimin — Nanjing Agricultural University Robert Chelagat — Kabarak University, Kenya —————————————————————————————————————————————————— Volume 3 – Issue 1 – Spring 2013 A Comparative Study of Leadership Preparation Programs in Gama (Brazil) and the United States Mara Rubia Fonseca Borges-Gatewood Larry McNeal University of Memphis Absorbing Australian Culture Through the Exchange Program at RMIT International University in Vietnam Nguyen Ho Phuong Chi RMIT University, Australia Honor Code/Code of Conduct in International Institutions of Higher Education Ala’ Alahmad ELS Blurring The Boundaries Of Public And Private Education In Brazil Abdeljalil Akkari University of Geneva National Language Policy and Its Impacts on Second Language Reading Culture Mohd Nazri Latiff Azmi Universiti Sultan Zainal Abidin, Terengganu Academic Achievement Of First-Generation Mexican American Males In A Community College Carlos C. Peña University of the Incarnate Word How Should Quality Of Education Be Re-Defined For Education Achievements In Tanzania? What Are Stakeholders’ Opinions? Godfrey Telli State University of New York at Buffalo —————————————————————————————————————————————————— Volume 2 – Issue 3 , Fall 2012 Administrators’ Sense of Self-efficacy in Supervision of Teachers of English as a Second Language Audrey Figueroa Murphy, St. Johns University Bruce Torff, Hofstra University Key Issues in an International Clinical Experience for Graduate Students in Education: Implications for Policy and Practice Ann C. Gaudino, West Liberty University David M. Moss, University of Connecticut Eleanor V. Wilson, University of Virginia The TAMAM Project: Shifting the Paradigm of Educational Reform in the Arab World Rima Karami Akkary, American University of Beirut Nadya Rizk, University of New England Armidale Cultivating a global mindset in leadership preparation: Contextual implications Chris Jenkins, Oklahoma State University Ed Harris, Oklahoma State University Bernita Krumm, Oklahoma State University Kathy Curry, Oklahoma State University Assessment of GenNEXT Learning Outcomes at the University of Brunei Darussalam: A Qualitative Review of Selected Opportunities, Benefits and Challenges in Human Resource Development Lawrence Mundia, University of Brunei, Darussalam Response to intervention: Employing a mnemonic-strategy with art media to help struggling writers Michael Dunn, Washington State University Vancouver —————————————————————————————————————————————————— Volume 2 – Issue 2 , Summer 2012 Organizing an NGO-sponsored English-Medium School in South India: Lessons Learned Gordon S. Gibb, Brigham Young University, United States Access to education for children with disabilities in Uganda: Implications for Education for All Peter Moyi, University of South Carolina, United States Party Secretaries in Chinese Higher Education Institutions, Who Are They? Hua Jiang, Northeastern University, China Xiaobin Li, Brock University, Canada Memorization or Discussion: Chinese students’ struggle at American academic setting Baoyan Cheng, University of Hawaii at Manoa, United States Quality Virtual Instruction: The Use of Synchronous Online Activities to Engage International Students in Meaningful Learning Spencer C. Weiler, University of Northern Colorado, United States Strangers in a Strange Land: How Non-Traditional International Adult Students See a United States University Matt Birnbaum, University of Northern Colorado, United States Betty Cardona, University of Northern Colorado, United States Madeline Milian, University of Northern Colorado, United States Mario Gonzalez, AIMS Community College, United States —————————————————————————————————————————————————— Volume 2- Issue 1 – Spring 2012 Special Issue: Issues in Internationalization of Higher Education International Student Mobility in Europe in the Context of Bologna Process Ulrich Teichler, University of Kassel, Germany Finding Leadership for the Internationalization of U.S. Higher Education Michael Smithee, Syracuse University, United States Internationalization of Higher Education in University Institution Rankings: The Influence of National Culture Blanca L. Delgado-Marquez, University of Granada, Spain Nuria E. Hurtado-Torres, University of Granada, Spain Yaroslava Bondar, University of Granada, Spain International Education in Japan: Response of the Grass Eaters Walter Carpenter, University of Tokushima, Japan Internationalisation of Higher Education in Southern Africa with South Africa as a Major Exporter Marko Kwaramba, University of Cape Town, South Africa Internationalization of Research Absael Antelo, University of the Incarnate Word, USA —————————————————————————————————————————————————— Volume 1 – Issue 1 – Fall 2011 The Kenyan School System Impact on Public Higher Education Access: Examination of Growth, Access, and Challenges Tamara Yakaboski, University of Northern Colorado, United States Katelyn Nolan, Southern Illinois University-Carbondale, United States “When You Come Here, It Is Still Like It Is Their Space”: Exploring the Experiences of Students of Middle Eastern Heritages in Post-9/11 U.S. Higher Education Xyanthe N. Neider, Washington State University, United States