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Teachers’ Attitudes towards the Environment and Environmental Education: An Empirical Study
Filippos Zachariou, Eleni Tsami, Christos Chalkias, Sotirios Bersimis
pp. 1567-1593 | Article Number: ijese.2017.100
The aim of this study is to explore teachers’ attitudes towards environmental education (EE), and the relation of these attitudes with other socio-demographic factors, such as area of residence and local environmental conditions. We focus on the case of Viotia prefecture. Our results indicate that the teachers’ attitudes towards EE are strongly related to their attitudes towards the environment and environmental problems in their areas of residence, while knowledge and information on environmental issues are strongly related to the positive attitudes towards EE. The results of this study indicate possible factors involved in the formation of the attitudes of EE teachers and also possible aspects to be considered for the design of effective policies for EE teacher training.
Keywords: Environment, Environmental Education, Teachers’ Attitudes, environmental problems, Greece
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Identifying Variables to Incorporate in an Extended TPB Model with Regards to HIV Testing in Kinshasa, DR Congo
Lutete Christian Ayikwa & Johan W. de Jager
pp. 1595-1603 | Article Number: ijese.2017.101
The present study intended to identify environmental and socio-demographic factors that are predictive of acceptance of HIV testing in order to extend the Theory of Planned Behaviour model (TPB), which will better explain the health-related behaviour under investigation. Data analysed using multiple regression were obtained by means of a cross-sectional face-to-face questionnaire administered by trained interviewers. The study proceeded to a mixed two-stage stratified random, cluster random and quota sampling to sample the population of under investigation. It is clear from the findings that only the levels of education and knowledge about the meaning of HIV/AIDS are eligible to be incorporated alongside the traditional TPB components in order to improve the model. Although both level of education and level of knowledge are statistically significant predictors of acceptance of HIV testing, the first variable made the strongest contribution.
Keywords: HIV/AIDS, Kinshasa, Social marketing, Testing, Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB)
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Teacher Educators & Teacher Trainees Awareness and Application towards Bloom’s Taxonomy in Thiruvannamalai District
S. Senthilkumara & Bharathi K Kumar
pp. 1605-1615 | Article Number: ijese.2017.102
Education plays a vital role in development of any country. In this context, Bloom’s taxonomy play a key role in defining learning objectives and assessment of the courses. The purpose of the study is to identify the teacher educators’ and teacher trainees’ awareness and application towards the Bloom’s taxonomy in Thiruvannamalai District, Tamil Nadu. The factors taken for the study are perceived easy of use, perceived usefulness, perceived barriers, adoption of bloom’s taxonomy and its effectiveness. The main study of this research was conducted among 150 samples, in which 50 samples includes teacher educators and another 100 samples includes teacher trainees from five different teacher training institutes located at Tiruvannamalai District. The samples were chosen based on Non-Probability sampling (i.e. Quota sampling technique), since few teacher educators and trainees were not shown their interest to respond to the research. The data collected were analyzed through IBM SPSS 24.0 and IBM AMOS 24.0 software package and descriptive statistical analysis and Structural Equation Modeling analysis were performed. The results of study evident that perceived easy of use, perceived usefulness, perceived barriers, adoption of bloom’s taxonomy is having impact on perceived effectiveness of Bloom’s taxonomy, however teacher educators and Teacher trainees still need more training programmes to be well-versed in this concept in order to minimize the perceived barriers effect on implementation of Bloom’s taxonomy, which will improve perceived easy of use, perceived usefulness and its adoption in their teaching learning process effectively.
Keywords: Bloom’s taxonomy, Perceived Easy of use, Perceived usefulness, Perceived Barriers, Adoption
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The Influence of Jigsaw Learning Model on the Ability of Resolution Natural Science of Middle East Junior High School Students Indonesia
pp. 1617-1622 | Article Number: ijese.2017.103
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Impact of Self-Regulated Learning on Teaching-Learning Process among Teacher Educators in Tiruvannamalai District
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pp. 1623-1632 | Article Number: ijese.2017.104
Self-regulation is a comprehensive concept includes a number of interdependent aspects. It includes both affective capacities (i.e. moods, feelings and emotions) and cognitive capacities (i.e. beliefs, perceptions and knowledge). Learning and attainment are best understood when we acknowledge the interactions between affective and cognitive processes. The purpose of this study is to explore the impact of impact of self-regulated learning on teaching-learning process among teacher educators in Tiruvannamalai District. This study followed descriptive research design. The primary data of the research was collected through structured questionnaire. The main study was conducted among the sample of 110 teacher educators working in ten different Teacher Training Institute located at various part of Tiruvannamalai District. The quota sampling technique was adopted to select samples from population (i.e. from each training institute 11 teacher educators were chosen as sample). The descriptive statistical tools and inferential statistical tools were used for primary data analysis. The results of the study proved that there is a significant attitudinal difference among the teacher educators based on their gender and age group, however, the mean difference among them very nominal and at the same time their mean score is high, which indicates that they accepts self-regulated learning has positive impact on teaching-learning process through use of latest teaching pedagogics and sharing latest information happening in education sector.
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Implementation Imprisonment Penalty as Subsidiary of Fine Penalty: Inconsistency of State Financial Losses
Ronald Hasudungan Sianturi & Ahmad Feri Tanjung
pp. 1633-1640 | Article Number: ijese.2017.105
The Supreme Court has issued Supreme Court Regulation No. 5 Year 2014 as guidance on fine penalty and imprisonment. This study aims to evaluate the consistency of imprisonment penalty as replacement penalty after the issuance of Indonesia Supreme Court Regulation Number 5 Year 2014 on Fine Penalty as Additional Penalty in Corruption. This research is normative juridical research with cases approach. The data used in the 140 verdicts of the district court in the period January - December 2015. The results show the district court verdicts are inconsistent in converting fines into imprisonment because The Indonesia Supreme Court Indonesia has no regulation or parameters to convert it. Unavailable regulation or parameters makes an obstacle in the effort to return the state financial losses.
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Predict the Physical Development of the Shiraz City and Its Impact on the Vegetation Dynamics Using Cellular Automata, Fuzzy Techniques and Satellite Imagery
Mehran Ghobadiannejad, Gholamreza Fallahi
pp. 1641-1653 | Article Number: ijese.2017.106
Remote sensing is the main technology for assessing expansion and rate of change of land cover. Knowing the different kinds of land cover changes and human activities in different parts, as a basis for a variety of planning has special importance. Accordingly this study aimed to evaluate the physical growth of the Shiraz city during the years 2009 to 2016 and forecasts until 2021 and also calculate the amount and intensity of the destruction of vegetation in the study area using satellite images. To achieve this, the data of remote sensing and geographic information system is used. Calculation of trends in physical growth, stating that the area of the city from 13160.07 hectares in 2009 reached to 17350.29 hectares in 2016, over a period of 7 years. If these conditions persist, area of the city in 2021 with 19.21 percent growth will be 20683.58 hectares. Assessment NDVI index show that the density of vegetation in the Shiraz city had a significant decreasing trend. So that the sum of very good and good vegetation cover results NDVI index, in 2009 was equal to 6128.37 hectares, while this amount has decreased to 4282.47 hectares in 2016, that this means a 43.10 percent reduction in vegetation cover in this period. The results showed that between 2009 to 2016 more than 1891 hectares of vegetation and gardens has become built lands.
Keywords: Land cover map, Comparison of classification, Detection of changes, Remote Sensing, Cellular Automata, Fuzzy method
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Nowadays, supply chain management is raised as one of the infrastructural foundations of implementation the businesses in the world. Formally supply chain is an integrated process that the raw materials were converted into finished products and then are delivered to customers. The aim of this study is to investigate the rate of effect the agility capabilities on agility of Sapko parts of supply network. The used method is descriptive - survey method in this research that for this purpose with the use of questionnaire of collected data and for test the hypotheses was used structural equation modeling technique by using Lisrel software. The statistical population including senior managers and experts of Sapco that was used in terms of data and information needed in the period of 2011 to 2014. 220 persons were determined as a studied sample by using the Kocaran formulate. The results show that components of consciousness, accessibility, decisiveness, flexibility and speed have a significant impact on agility of supply chain network. So the impact of all of the research components was confirmed.
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This study aims to explore the structural model of the effect of TQM components on the job performance of the staff employees, considering the moderating effect of personal factors in teacher education universities of Iran. A sample of 335 subjects was obtained. through random cluster sampling method. Data collection was done using four questionnaires TQM’ questionnaire developed by US Federal Quality Institute, Paterson’s job performance questionnaire and two researcher designed questionnaires on the personal knowledge and skill factors. Considering the knowledge factor as a moderating variable, a relationship was observed between some components of TQM and job performance. Also, considering skills as of moderating variable, a relationship was observed between a few TQM components and job performance.
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