International Journal of Educational Management



Table Of Contents: Volume 30 Issue 1

The temporal properties of e-learning: an exploratory study of academics ' conceptions

Jorge Martins, Miguel Baptista Nunes

The purpose of this paper is to present the results of an exploratory study that investigates Portuguese academics’ conceptions concerning the temporal properties of…

Exploring factors facilitating and hindering college-university Pathway Program completion

Jennifer Percival, Maurice DiGiuseppe, Bill Goodman, Ann LeSage, Fabiola Longo, Arlene De La Rocha, Ron Hinch, John Samis, Otto Sanchez, Anna Augusto Rodrigues, Phil Raby

The purpose of this paper is to explore not only the academic measures such as grade point average of success of college-to-university transfer programs (Pathway…

Learning and teaching research methods in management education

Sabine Hoidn, Sibylle Olbert-Bock

In the context of the creation of a two-year Master of Science in Business Administration programme to offer a scientifically sound and practice-related management…

Parental participation fees in school expenses in Israel

Haim Shaked

Many countries throughout the world provide all children with free education. However, sometimes there are user charges in publically funded schools worldwide. The purpose…

Principal leadership and school capacity effects on teacher learning in Hong Kong

Lijuan Li, Philip Hallinger, James Ko

Over the past decade, studies of school leadership effects have increasingly aimed at identifying and validating the paths through which principal leadership impacts key…

Factors affecting teachers’ motivation

Muhammad Imran Rasheed, Asad Afzal Humayon, Usama Awan, Affan ud Din Ahmed

– The purpose of this paper is to explore/investigate various issues of teachers ' motivation in public sector Higher Educational Institutions of Pakistan.

Primary school principals ' job satisfaction and occupational stress

Merike Darmody, Emer Smyth

The purpose of this paper is to explore the factors associated with occupational stress and job satisfaction among Irish primary school principals. A principal’s job has…

Re-examining students’ perception of e-learning: an Australian perspective

Claire Loh, David H Wong, Ali Quazi, Russel Philip Kingshott

Australian tertiary institutions are increasingly incorporating technologies, such as social media and Web 2.0 tools into teaching in response to changing student needs…

Leadership style and job satisfaction in higher education institutions

Raimonda Alonderiene, Modesta Majauskaite

Although leadership is found to have impact on the followers’ attitudes and performance there is a gap in leadership studies in HEIs, especially having Lithuania in mind…



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