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Volume 24, Number 2

Past Issue
Research Articles



Problem-Based Learning in the Educational Psychology Classroom: Bahraini Teacher Candidates’ Experience
      Nina Abdul Razzak, Bahrain Teachers' College, Bahrain

pp. 134–143




Comparing Student Perceptions of Textbooks: Does Liking Influence Learning?
      Regan Gurung, University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, United States
      R. Eric Landrum, Boise State University, United States

pp. 144–150




Redefining Online Discussions: Using Participant Stances to Promote Collaboration and Cognitive Engagement
      Michael Putman, UNC, Charlotte, United States
      Karen Ford, Associate Professor, United States
      Susan Tancock, Ball State University, United States

pp. 151–167




An American Professor’s Perspective on the Dialectics of Teaching Interpersonal Communication in the Swedish Classroom
      Elizabeth Natalle, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, United States

pp. 168–179




Science Faculty Improving Teaching Practice: Identifying Needs and Finding Meaningful Professional Development
      Jana Bouwma-Gearhart, University of Kentucky, United States

pp. 180–188




The Classroom is Alive with the Sound of Thinking: The Power of the Exit Slip
      S. Rebecca Leigh, Oakland University, United States

pp. 189–196




The Intricate Relationship Between Motivation and Achievement: Examining the Mediating Role of Self-Regulated Learning and Achievement-Related Classroom Behaviors
      Jerome I. Rotgans, National Institute of education, Singapore
      Henk G. Schmidt, Erasmus University, Netherlands

pp. 197–208




Defining the "Independent Learner" in UK Higher Education: Staff and Students' Understanding of the Concept
      Stephanie Mckendry, Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom
      Vic Boyd, Glasgow Caledonian University, United Kingdom

pp. 209–220




Building Preservice Teachers' Connections with Communities through Inquiry
      Trula Nicholas, Western Washington University, United States
      Jacquelyn Baker-Sennett, Western Washington University, United States
      Angela Harwood, Western Washington University, United States
      Lauren McClanahan, Western Washington University, United States

pp. 221–238




Preparation and Socialization of the Education Professoriate: Narratives of Doctoral Student-Instructors
      Stoerm Anderson, Walden University, United States
      Baaska Anderson, University of North Texas, United States

pp. 239–251

Instructional Articles



Fostering Leadership Skills in Pre-Service Teachers
      Yuejin Xu, Murray State University, United States
      George Patmor, Murray State University, United States

pp. 252-256




Discovering the Theorist in Tupac: How to Engage Your Students with Popular Music
      Emily Lenning, Fayetteville State University, United States

pp. 257-263




Resource Development for Novice Educators: The Story of a New Zealand Inter-Institutional Collaboration
      Cath Fraser, Bay of Plenty Polytechnic, New Zealand
      Judith Honeyfield, Bay of Plenty Polytechnic, New Zealand

pp. 264-271




Teaching Statistical Research Methods to Graduate students: Lessons Learned from Three Different Degree Programs
      Ozgur Ekmekci, The George Washington University, United States
      Adrienne Hancock, The George Washington University, United States
      Susan Swayze, The George Washington University, United States

pp. 272-279




Integrating Service-Learning into Public Relations Coursework: Applications, Implications, Challenges, and Rewards
      James P. Gleason, Eastern Kentucky University, United States
      Jayne L. Violette, Eastern Kentucky University, United States

pp. 280-285

Reviewers for Volume 24, Number 2





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