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The philosophy of John Dewey : how it can be applied to health education to increase colorectal cancer screening
This paper highlights ways that the writings of John Dewey may be applied to health education about colorectal cancer in the context of a tailored telephone educational program. Specific aspects of Dewey’s philosophy ...
Journal writing as a tool of qualitative assessment in a Kenyan higher education context
Current public university teaching in Kenya often takes the form of lecture and laboratory demonstration. Lecturing commonly portrays the teacher at the podium with students on the other side unquestioningly consuming the ...
Making it theirs : literacy teachers use reflection as a tool for shaping practice
Teachers are often faced with the difficult task of implementing programs in the development of which they had little input. However, we cannot assume that teachers use the programs without thought. This article presents ...
Learning vocabulary through morpheme word family object boxes
Vocabulary instruction is an important part of literacy. This paper reports the results of a small pilot study that investigated two instructional approaches to the use of morpheme or root word families in teaching vocabulary ...
A qualitative study of Vietnamese parental involvement and their high academic achieving children
Vietnamese parents in the current study do not belong to school parent organizations, rarely visit the school or contact the teachers. However, the ten students in this qualitative investigation of parent interviews performed ...
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