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Secondary schools in Malaysia:SMK Kuching High, King Edward VII School, Chung Ling High School, Sabah Tshung Tsin Secondary School, St. Paul´s Institution, Seremban, Bukit Bintang Boys´ Secondary School, St. John´s Institution, Sekolah Tuanku Abdul Rahman

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Stand: 17.01.2018
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Teacher Empowerment in Secondary Schools: A Cas...
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Teacher Empowerment in Secondary Schools: A Case Study in Malaysia: Ee Kuan Boey

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The Use of ICT in Rural Secondary School Librar...
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The Use of ICT in Rural Secondary School Libraries:in Klang, Selangor, Malaysia Adila Ismail

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Issues in Upper Secondary Science Education - C...
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This book provides a comparative look at key issues that characterize and contextualize upper secondary science education in sixteen countries in Oceania, South America, Asia, Europe, North America, Africa, and the Middle East, incluing links with elementary and early science, final assessment, and the secondary/tertiary education interface. Simon McGrath, University of Nottingham, UK Terry Lyons, University of New England, Australia Luis Carlos de Menezes, University of São Paulo, Brazil Regina Cândida Ellero Gualtieri, Federal University of São Paulo, Brazil Todd M. Milford, Griffith University, Australia Benny Hin Wai Yung, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Kennedy Kam Ho Chan, University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Jari Lavonen, University of Helsinki, Finland Pasi Reinikainen, Finnish Education Evaluation Council, Finland András Buda, University of Debrecen, Hungary Noraini Binti Idris, Sultan Idris Education University, Malaysia Peter Rawlins, Massey University, New Zealand Lone Morris Jorgensen, Massey University, New Zealand Carrol Walkley, Massey University, New Zealand Omaze Anthony Afemikhe, University of Benin, Nigeria Sylvanus Yakubu Imobekhai, University of Benin, Nigeria Irshad Hussain, Islamia University of Bahawalpur, Pakistan Nicholas Souter, University of Strathclyde, UK Marie Perera, University of Colombo, Sri Lanka Muammer Çalik, Karadeniz Technical University, Turkey Saouma BouJaoude, American University of Beirut, Lebanon Ghada Gholam, UNESCO (Cairo Office), Egypt

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Stand: 19.12.2017
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Overcoming Students Misconceptions in Science -...
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This book discusses the importance of identifying and addressing misconceptions for the successful teaching and learning of science across all levels of science education from elementary school to high school. It suggests teaching approaches based on research data to address students common misconceptions. Detailed descriptions of how these instructional approaches can be incorporated into teaching and learning science are also included. The science education literature extensively documents the findings of studies about students misconceptions or alternative conceptions about various science concepts. Furthermore, some of the studies involve systematic approaches to not only creating but also implementing instructional programs to reduce the incidence of these misconceptions among high school science students. These studies, however, are largely unavailable to classroom practitioners, partly because they are usually found in various science education journals that teachers have no time to refer to or are not readily available to them. In response, this book offers an essential and easily accessible guide. Dr. Mageswary Karpudewan, co-editor and contributor, is an Associate Professor at the School of Educational Studies, USM. She began her career in education as a chemistry teacher in 1996. Subsequently, she joined USM as a chemistry educator in 2011. Her research interests include integrating green chemistry into teaching and learning of secondary-school science and chemistry and teacher education programs. Dr. Mageswary is an active Editorial Board member for the International Journal of Science and Environmental Education (SCOPUS indexed) and Eurasian Journal of Physics and Chemistry Education. She is also an active reviewer for various science education journals. Her works have been published in national and international journals, and she has written chapters in books and monographs that have been published at both the national and international level. Dr. Ahmad Nurulazam Md. Zain, co-editor, is a Professor at the School of Educational Studies, USM. He has more than 25 years of teaching and research experience at USM including a short stint at Kings College London. He was Director of the National Higher Education Research Institute, Deputy Dean of the School of Educational Studies, USM and Program Manager at the Centre of Education and Training in Renewable Energy. His research areas include science education, higher education and computer education. His works have been published in national and international journals. He has also written chapters in books and monographs that have been published at boththe national and international level. Dr. A. L. Chandrasegaran, co-editor, is a Research Associate at the STEM Education Research Group, part of the School of Education at Curtin University in Perth, Australia. After obtaining a BSc (Hons) from the University of Canterbury, Christchurch, NZ and a Teaching Diploma from the Christchurch Teachers College on a Colombo Plan scholarship, he began his career in education as a chemistry teacher at English College, Johor Bahru in 1966, then was Johor State Science Supervisor before retiring as Principal of Sultan Ibrahim Secondary School in Kulai. He subsequently taught general science and chemistry in Singapore and Perth before joining Curtin University in 2005 after obtaining an MSc (Sc.Ed.) and PhD from Curtin University. His research interests include evaluating students understanding of science concepts and developing two-tier multiple-choice diagnostic assessments in science.

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Stand: 07.11.2017
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The Use of Role-Play in Speaking Activities in ...
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The Use of Role-Play in Speaking Activities in Secondary Classrooms:Teachers´ and students´ perception on the use of role-play as a speaking activity in Malaysia Shangeetha Rajah Kumaran

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Stand: 27.12.2017
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The Use of ICT in Rural Secondary School Librar...
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The Use of ICT in Rural Secondary School Libraries ab 55.9 EURO in Klang, Selangor, Malaysia

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The Use of Role-Play in Speaking Activities in ...
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The Use of Role-Play in Speaking Activities in Secondary Classrooms ab 49 EURO Teachers´ and students´ perception on the use of role-play as a speaking activity in Malaysia

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Samuel Pepys, Isaac Newton, James Hodgson, and ...
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This book tells one of the greatest stories in the history of school mathematics. Two of the names in the title-Samuel Pepys and Isaac Newton-need no introduction, and this book draws attention to their special contributions to the history of school mathematics. According to Ellerton and Clements, during the last quarter of the seventeenth century Pepys and Newton were key players in defining what school mathematics beyond arithmetic and elementary geometry might look like. The scene at which most of the action occurred was Christs Hospital, which was a school, ostensibly for the poor, in central London. The Royal Mathematical School (RMS) was established at Christs Hospital in 1673. It was the less well-known James Hodgson, a fine mathematician and RMS master between 1709 and 1755, who demonstrated that topics such as logarithms, plane and spherical trigonometry, and the application of these to navigation, might systematically and successfully be taught to 12- to 16-year-old school children. From a wider history-of-school-education perspective, this book tells how the worlds first secondary-school mathematics program was created and how, slowly but surely, what was being achieved at RMS began to influence school mathematics in other parts of Great Britain, Europe, and America. The book has been written from the perspective of the history of school mathematics. Ellerton and Clementss analyses of pertinent literature and of archival data, and their interpretations of those analyses, have led them to conclude that RMS was the first major school in the world to teach mathematics-beyond-arithmetic, on a systematic basis, to students aged between 12 and 16. Throughout the book, Ellerton and Clements examine issues through the lens of a lag-time theoretical perspective. From a historiographical perspective, this book emphasizes how the history of RMS can be portrayed in very different ways, depending on the vantage point from which the history is written. The authors write from the vantage point of international developments in school mathematics education and, therefore, their history of RMS differs from all other histories of RMS, most of which were written from the perspective of the history of Christs Hospital. Nerida F. Ellerton has been Professor within the Mathematics Department at Illinois State University since 2002. She holds two doctoral degrees-one in Physical Chemistry and the other in Mathematics Education. Between 1997 and 2002 Nerida was Dean of Education at the University of Southern Queensland, Australia. She has taught in schools and at four universities, and has also served as consultant in numerous countries, including Australia, Bangladesh, Brunei Darussalam, China, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand, the United States of America, and Vietnam. She has written or edited 16 books and has had more than 150 articles published in refereed journals or edited collections. Between 1993 and 1997 she was editor of the Mathematics Education Research Journal, and between 2011 and 2015 she was Associate Educator of the Journal for Research in Mathematics Education. In recent years Nerida has concentrated her research efforts in two areas-the history of school mathematics and problem posing in mathematics education. In 2012, 2014, and 2015, respectively, Springer published the 223-page Rewriting the History of School Mathematics in North America 1607-1861, the 367-page Abraham Lincolns Cyphering Book and Ten other Extraordinary Cyphering Books, and the 204-page Thomas Jefferson and his Decimals: Neglected Years in the History of U.S. School Mathematics. She jointly authored each of those books with M. A. (Ken) Clements. In 2015 Springer published a 567-page edited collection on problem posing which was jointly edited by Florence Mihaela Singer, Nerida, and Jinfa Cai. In 2015 Nerida received the outstanding researcher award of the College of Arts and Science at Illinois State University. M. A. (Ken) Clements masters and doctoral degrees were from the University of Melbourne, and at various times in his career he has taught, full-time, in primary and secondary schools, for a total of 15 years. He has taught in six universities, located in three nations, and since 2005 has been Associate Professor (2005-2006) and then Professor (2007-present) within the Mathematics Department at Illinois State University. Ken has served as a consultant and as a researcher in Australia, Brunei Darussalam, China, India, Malaysia, Papua

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Schooling in the ASEAN Region als eBook Downloa...
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Schooling in the ASEAN Region:Primary and Secondary Education in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, and Thailand

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Stand: 11.12.2017
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