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Türkoglu, Bengü – International Journal of Progressive Education, 2019
This study aimed to examine the influence of the 'Board Game Based Cognitive Training Programme' (BGBCTP) on the cognitive development of the second and third graders among primary school children. BGBCTP is based on educational board games for second and third graders and aims to help them develop cognitive skills. Mixed method was used and it…
Descriptors: Instructional Effectiveness, Game Based Learning, Cognitive Development, Elementary School Students
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Bozkur, Eyüp – International Journal of Progressive Education, 2019
Values are concepts that influence and direct individuals' behaviors. Because values directly influence society's structure, values education also takes an important place. Both children's games and values education have a structure that can diversify values education and make it entertaining during learning. In this study, it was aimed to reveal…
Descriptors: Values Education, Educational Games, Teacher Attitudes, Computer Games
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Usman, Lantana M. – International Journal of Progressive Education, 2012
In Canadian public primary schools, newcomer West African refugees like other ethnic immigrant students are a visible minority group, often referred as Linguistic and Culturally Different (LCD) students. In the province of British Columbia, newcomer immigrant students are subjected to a battery of tests, as soon as they enroll in the primary…
Descriptors: Learning Disabilities, Ethnography, Communication Disorders, Foreign Countries
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Dodge, Arnold – International Journal of Progressive Education, 2009
The No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 requires public schools in the United States to test students in grades 3-8. The author argues that this mandate has been supported by the public, in part, because of the "availability heuristic," a phenomenon which occurs when people assess the probability of an event by the ease with which instances…
Descriptors: Test Validity, Federal Legislation, Testing, Standardized Tests