Volume XXV

Volume: XXV
Number: 2
Pages: 2453 - 2560 (13 April 2019)
The European Journal of Social & Behavioural Sciences EJSBS
Editor: Zafer Bekirogullari
Assistant Editor: Melis Yagmur Minas
Articles: 253 - 258
Frequency: 3 issue per year
eISSN: 2301-2218

  • Contents

    No:1
    Pages:2909
    Keywords:
    Author(s):
    doi:https://doi.org/10.15405/ejsbs.253
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  • Pedagogy and Innovation in Science Education: A Case Study of an Experiential Learning Science Undergraduate Course

    No:2
    Pages:2910-2926
    Keywords:Experiential learning, innovative activity, pedagogy, learning diversity, science education, STEM education
    Author(s): Yee Fai Ng* , Kwan Kit Chan , Huey Lei , Phoebe Mok , Shing Yu Leung
    doi:https://doi.org/10.15405/ejsbs.254
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  • The Associations among the Academic Self-Concept Elements of Entry level Academic Staff

    No:3
    Pages:2927-2932
    Keywords:Beginning academic workers, self-concept, correlations
    Author(s): Vlado Balaban* , Iva Koribská , Štefan Chudý
    doi:https://doi.org/10.15405/ejsbs.255
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  • From Nonsense to Number Sense: Enumeration of Numbers in Math Classroom Learning

    No:4
    Pages:2933 -2947
    Keywords:Number sense, school math, learning, enumeration
    Author(s): Parmjit Singh , Narjidiah Abdul Rahman , Mohd Adlan Ramly , Teoh Sian Hoon
    doi:https://doi.org/10.15405/ejsbs.256
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  • The Operationalization of Integrated Internal Action Frameworks for Classroom Identity Development and Self- regulating Learners

    No:5
    Pages:2948 -2976
    Keywords:Integrated-Internal-Action-Frameworks (IIAF), Self-regulating Learning, Learning cycles, 4 “I” Orientation Learner Development, Personal Learning Perspective, Differentiated Identity Development
    Author(s): Kevin Michael Watson*
    doi:https://doi.org/10.15405/ejsbs.257
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  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Treatment for A Woman with Bowel and Bladder Obsession

    No:6
    Pages:2977 -2981
    Keywords:Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Anxiety, Bowel/Bladder Control Anxiety
    Author(s): Zafer Bekirogullari* , Huriye Koruşan
    doi:https://doi.org/10.15405/ejsbs.258
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