53 articles, 97 authors, 302 pages
Winter 2005     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 9, Issue 4

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Table of Contents
Editorial:   Teacher Efficacy  /  5 
Editorial:   Self-Regulation of Learning  /  6    

Developing Teacher Efficacy through Shared Stories  /  8
	Amanda N. Gulla, Lehman College, City University of New York
Increasing Self-Efficacy Through Mentoring  /  13
	Felicia Saffold, University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
A Teacher-in-residence approach to in-service  /  17
	Andy Anderson, University of Toronto, Canada
	Vasil Henry, Avon-Maitland School Board – Ontario, Canada 
Self-Regulation and Teacher-Student Relationships  /  23
	Steven Fleisher, California State University, Los Angeles
Teacher Efficacy and Academic Performance  /  28
	Mine Isiksal, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
	Erdinc Cakiroglu, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Science Teaching Efficacy Beliefs   /  33
	Cheng May Hung, The Hong Kong Institute of Education
Self-Efficacy, Attitude and Science Knowledge  /  38 
	Hilal Sarikaya, Middle East Technical University, Ankara Turkey
	Jale Cakiroglu, Middle East Technical University, Ankara Turkey
	Ceren Tekkaya, Middle East Technical University, Ankara Turkey
Enhancing Critical Thinking in Online Learning  /  43
	Kathryn S. Lee,  Texas State University – San Marcos
Student's Perception of Quality in Online Courses  /  49
	Holim Song,  Texas Southern University
	Terry Kidd, University of Houston Downtown, Texas
Self-Regulation in a Computer Literacy Course  /  55
	Mary Niemczyk, Arizona State University
	Wilhelmina Savenye, Arizona State University
Self-Regulation and the Transition to Adulthood  /  62
	Ann Owens, University of Chicago, IL
	Barbara Schneider, University of Chicago, IL
Participation in a PDS Can Improve Practice  /  67
	Alexandria Lawrence Ross, City University of New York
SRL Enhancing Narratives: Testas’ (Mis)adventures  /  73
	Pedro Rosário, Universidade do Minho, Portugal
	Rosa Mourão, Universidade do Minho, Portugal
	João Trigo, Colégio de Nª Senhora do Rosário, Portugal
	José Carlos Núñez Pérez, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain
	Julio González-Pienda, Universidad de Oviedo, Spain
Self-efficacy and Delay of Gratification  /  78
	Héfer Bembenutty, Queens College of the City University of New York
	Peggy Pei-I Chen,  Hunter College of the City University of New York
Lit circles, collaboration and student interest   /  87
	Debra Eckerman Pitton, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN
Forming Relationships: Supportive & Collaborative  /  94
	Georganne Schroth-Cavataio, San Lorenzo Valley Elementary School, CA
Detective Fiction and Forensics in Collaboration  /  100
	Helen M. Boylan, Westminster College, PA
	Deborah C. Mitchell, Westminster College, PA
Collaboration and Play in the Writing Classroom  /  105
	Steven J. Corbett, University of Washington, Seattle
	Juan C. Guerra, University of Washington, Seattle
Self-Regulatory Beliefs, Values and Achievement  /  111
	Brian E. Harper, Cleveland State University
	Bruce W. Tuckman, The Ohio State University
Self-Regulation through Reflective Practice  /  118
	Kerry P. Holmes, Ed.D.  University of Mississippi, MS
What Predicts Student Teacher Self-Efficacy?  /  123
	Yesim Capa Aydin, Middle East Technical University, Turkey
	Anita Woolfolk Hoy, The Ohio State University, OH
Collaborating for Preservice Teacher Assessment  /  128
	Cathy J. Siebert, Ball State University, IN
	Laurie Mullen, Ball State University, IN
Pre-service Teachers’ Efficacy in Teaching Music  /  134
	Jinyoung Kim, College of Staten Island, NY
	Doris Choy, College of Staten Island, NY
The Use of Critical Incident Cases in Classrooms  /  139
	Cathy Santanello, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, IL
	Mark Hildebrandt, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, IL
A Pre-Service Reading Teacher Field Experience  /  144
	Heather Rogers Haverback, University of Maryland, College Park
	Susan Parault, University of Maryland, College Park
Impact of Mentoring on Teacher Efficacy   /  148
 	Robin A. Ward, University of Arizona
Pedagogical Tools to Develop Critical Thinking  /  155 
	Pamela Vesely, Ed.D., Western Carolina University, NC
	John Sherlock, Ed.D., Western Carolina University, NC
Book Critique Assignments in Management Education  /  161
	John J. Sherlock, Western Carolina University
	Grant Morgan, Praxis Research Inc.
Efficacy sources for preservice teachers  /  166
	Zsuzsanna Szabo, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, 
	Reid Bailey,  University of Arizona
	Robin Ward, University of Arizona
Integrating Chinese culture into the EFL classroom  /  172
	Wen-Ling Lou, Kent State University
	Rebecca L. Chism, Kent State University
Unlocking Awareness and Ownership of Learning  /  177
 	Judith McVarish, New York University
	Joe Salvatore, New York University
Enhancing Instruction Through Collaboration  /  183
	Diane M. Prorak, University of Idaho
	Karen F. Hertel, University of Idaho
	Nancy J.Young, University of Idaho
Measuring the Self-Efficacy of Mentor Teachers   /  188
	Kendra M. Hall, Brigham Young University
	Leigh K. Smith, Brigham Young University
	Roni Jo Draper, Brigham Young University
	Robert V. Bullough. Jr., Brigham Young University
	Richard Sudweeks, Brigham Young University
Library Instruction: Online or in the Classroom?  /  193
	Suzanne L. Byerley, University of Colorado at Colorado Springs
Preservice teacher epistemic beliefs and cultures  /  198
	Wei-Hsin Lu, University of Missouri - Columbia, USA
	Carol Gilles, University of Missouri - Columbia, USA
	Yanlian Zhang, Hebei Normal University of Science & Technology, China
Seeing and Reading through the Culture of War  /  204
	Tracy Bilsing, Sam Houston State University
	Carroll Ferguson Nardone, Sam Houston State University
Uniting Information Literacy & Teacher Education  /  209
	Adrienne Andi Sosin, Adelphi University, NY
	Patricia A. Deleo,  Adelphi University, NY
Multimedia Integration in Online Courses  /  214
	Lan Li, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, NE
	James W. King, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, NE
	Matthew Kutscher, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, NE
Teacher Efficacy Research From an Agentic View  /  219
	Shin Ji Kang, Vanderbilt University, TN
	Carin Neitzel, Vanderbilt University, TN
Efficacy and identification of professional self  /  224
	Eleanor Peeler, Monash University, Australia
	Beverley Jane, Monash University, Australia
Redefining the Role of Science & Math Mentors  /  229
	Peter Sheppard, Louisiana State University
Multi-systemic consultation with Latino students  /  234 
	Wilda Laija-Rodriguez, California State University, Northridge 
	Shari Tarver-Behring, California State University, Northridge 
Homework Attitudes and Management Strategies  /  239
	Jianzhong Xu,  Mississippi State University
Online learners take the lead in self-direction  /  244
	Naomi Boyer, University of South Florida-Lakeland
Lifelong Learning: A Stratagem for New Teachers   /  250
	Valeri R. Helterbran, Indiana University of Pennsylvania 
Ways to help ELLs: ESL Teachers as Consultants  /  255
	Clara Lee Brown, The University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Business Liaison Collaboration: A Case Study  /  261
	Angel Clemons, University of Louisville, Kentucky
	Fannie Cox, University of Louisville, Kentucky
	Glenda Neely, University of Louisville, Kentucky
	Mark Paul, University of Louisville, Kentucky
Creating a Culture of (In)Dependence  /  267
	Adam P. Harbaugh, University of North Carolina, Charlotte
Self-efficacy of Urban Preservice Teachers  /  273
	Peggy P. Chen, Hunter College, CUNY
	Hefer Bembenutty, Queens College, CUNY
Self-Assessment-Can They?  /  281
	Jennifer L. Wilson, McCormick Elementary in Farmington, NM
Motivating Online Information Literacy Students  /  286
	Alice L. Daugherty, Louisiana State University
Impact of Administrative Placement upon Programs  /  290
	David R. Arendale, University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
A Partnership for Literacy  /  295
	Adrienne Andi Sosin, Adelphi University, Garden City, NY
Keyword Subject Index   /  300-301
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