Vol. 14, No 3, 2014
July – September, 2014
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These articles have been peer-reviewed and accepted for publication in AIJSS.
|Linking assessment with learner success
Mark Schofield and John Bostock
|04 – 16
|Habitat transformation as an ultimate observable outcome of planning intervention in Thailand’s Bangkok Ladkrabang District suburb
|17 – 45
|Connectivism learning and teaching: A new learning theory or an evolution in blended theory and pedagogy?
|It’s Ok to participate: Using clickers to improve classroom participation
| 57 – 70
|A global engineering faculty: One model for real-life, international learning collaboration
|71 – 89
|Effects of traditional grammar teaching on standard six learners’ performance in understanding and using simple present tense, simple past tense, pronouns, and articles
|90 – 107