Forthcoming Papers of the
Athens Journal of Education

The following papers have been reviewed, revised and accepted for publication. They will appear in one of the forthcoming issues of the Journal:

  1. Rachel Vannatta Reinhart & Savilla Banister: Developing and Implementing Instrumentation for Digital High School Curricula: A Regional Study of a Rubric for Instructional Quality Available online 6  December 2017
  2. Adam Hart: The Tablet as a Classroom Musical Instrument Available online 1  September 2017
  3. Caroline Dacwag: Communicative Behaviors of Filipino Seafarers: Toward the Development of a Globally Responsive Maritime English Course Available online 1  September 2017
  4. Amira Sulaiman Al Shabibi & Heikki Silvennoinen: Challenges in Education System Affecting Teacher Professional Development in Oman Available online 12 July 2017
  5. Denver J. Fowler, Raymonnesha Edwards & Hsien-Yuan Hsu: An Investigation of State Superintendents in the United States: Ethical Leadership Perspectives, State Leader Demographics, and State Education Characteristics Available online 30 June 2017
  6. Juan Pedro Aznar Alarcón, Lisandro Castillo & Teresa Duplá Marín:  Mediation Techniques in Secondary Education should take into Account Gender Differences for Enhanced Effectiveness: Evidence from Secondary Schools in Catalonia Available online 12 June 2017
  7. Yousef Alshaboul: Jordanian Pre-service EFL Teachers’ Perspectives about Phonological Awareness: Contributions to reading development Available online 9 June 2017
  8. Sara Zamir: A Teaching Career: Mobility and Stagnation Available online 2 June 2017
  9. Alain Gholam: Student Engagement through Visual Thinking Routines Available online 30 May 2017
  10. Fiona Budgen & John West: Identifying and Supporting Numeracy Needs of First Year Undergraduate Education Students Available online 24 May 2017
  11. Susan Hoisington, John R. Slate, Cynthia Martinez-Garcia & Wally Barnes: Differences in Academic Achievement as a Function of Instructional Expenditure Ratio for Students in Poverty Available online 5 May 2017
  12. Swapna Williamson & Laila Paulsen – Becejac: The Impact of Peer Learning within a Group of International Post-graduate Students –A Pilot Study Available online 18 April 2017
  13. Jean-Pierre Atanas: Is Virtual-Physical or Physical-Virtual Manipulatives in Physics Irrelevant within Studio Physics Environment? Available online 10 April 2017
  14. Vesna Damnjanović, Bill Proud & Nopporn Ruangwanit: Percevied Benefits and Issues of Student Learning in Business Case Competition Comparison Study of Serbia, Australia and Thailand Available online 23 March 2017
  15. Caroline Locher-Lo: Are We “There” Yet?: A Comparative Analysis of the Canadian Standards on the Corporal Punishment of Children in Schools Available online 20 March 2017
  16. Li Fengliang, Li Manli & W. John Morgan: The Rate of Return to Educational Investment for Engineers: Evidence from the Private Sector in China Available online 20 February 2017