Educational Research and Reviews

  • Abbreviation: Educ. Res. Rev.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 1990-3839
  • DOI: 10.5897/ERR
  • Start Year: 2006
  • Published Articles: 2006

Table of Content: 12 September 2011; 6(10)

September 2011

Leading in a technological age

  Technology is advancing more rapidly than at any time in history since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution. In fact, experts say that the world is leaving the Industrial Age of the 20th century and entering an Information Age that will lead into the future. These advances mean that important changes are being made in all areas of life – and academia is no exception. This paper discusses the...

Author(s): Sheri A. Yadgir

September 2011

Health promotion education politics and schooling: The Greek case

  This paper seeks to explore the politics of health promotion as a continual process of public health globally and locally. Our main objective in this study is to present the health promotion education initiatives taken by the World Health Organization (WHO) at an international level and also to examine the politics of health promotion in Greece, putting emphasis on the school system. In this approach, the...

Author(s): Amalia A. Ifanti, Andreas A. Argyriou and Haralabos P. Kalofonos

September 2011

Evaluation of the career planning of athletes, who succeeded in olympics, in the light of different variables

  In this study, career planning of Turkish athletes, who won medals in olympics for the periods they played and left sport, are investigated; however, differentiation of career planning dimensions of athletes in terms of demographic and sportive variables is examined as well. This study, which aimed at determining the effectiveness of career planning of Turkish athletes, who have won medals in olympics, based...

Author(s): Cemal GündoÄŸdu

September 2011

Educators’ theories and beliefs and the use of computers in secondary schools

  Schools and educators are under considerable pressure to change. Educators have reported varying attitudes to the use of computers, ranging from supportive to negative. However, there is an acceptance that cannot simply be overlooked. It will also be important to consider all aspects of the educators’ beliefs, resistance and the anxieties that many express towards the use of computers. Educators’...

Author(s): Visvanathan Naicker