26 articles, 52 authors, 170 pages,     ACCEPTANCE RATE 22%

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Fall 2011     ISSN 1096-1453     Volume 15, Issue 3

Table of Contents
Editorial There is no doubt that roles of teachers in education are critical  to student learning and achievement  /  3

Changing Student Attitudes Toward Seeking Help  /  5
	Ingrid G. Farreras, Hood College, MD
Service-learning Among a Purposive Cohort  /  11
	Tyler Tapps,  Oklahoma State University
	Tim Passmore,  Oklahoma State University
	Kevin Fink,  Oklahoma State University, Oklahoma City Community College
	Donna Lindenmeier,  Oklahoma State University
	Lindsay Salliotte,  Oklahoma State University
Student-centered instruction and student affect  /  16
	Catharine C. Knight, University of Akron
	Dexter Perkins, University of North Dakota
	Jennifer Stempien, University of Colorado
 	David McConnell, North Carolina State University
	Walter Kuleck, The Hennepin Group
Learning Communities, Success, and Perceptions  /  22
 	Deborah Balzhiser, Texas State University-San Marcos
	Peter Ingwersen, Texas State University-San Marcos
Adult Learning with Audience Response Systems  /  30
	Deborah K. Anderson, Midwestern University, Downers Grove, IL
BSN Students' Perceptions of Service Learning   /  37
	Kristin Whitty, Southeastern Louisiana University
	Catherine Cormier, Louisiana State University
	Kenneth Tillman, Southeastern Louisiana University
Intercultural Blogs in Study-Abroad Contexts  /  42
	Per Urlaub, University of Texas at Austin
Korean “Model” Immigrants in a High School  /  51
	Gilbert C. Park, Ball State University, IN
College and the Pursuit of Happiness  /  57
	Brian K. Payne, Georgia State University, Georgia
	Elizabeth Monk-Turner, Old Dominion University
	Charlie G. Turner, University of Colorado at Denver
Portfolio Assessment to uplift Learner’s Autonomy  /  63
	Esmaeil Bagheridoust, Islamic Azad University, Iran
	Ebrahim Azani, Saveh State Schools, Iran 
Outsmarting Pop Culture’s “Be Stupid” Pedagogy  /  69
	Kelly S. Bradbury, College of Staten Island (CUNY), NY
Preparing to be a CIO in Higher Education  /  75
	Marwin Britto, Zayed University, United Arab Emirates
Need Satisfaction and Achievement Goal Pursuit  /  82
	YoonJung Cho, Oklahoma State University 
	S. Serena Shim, Ball State University
Homophobia in the Writing Classroom  /  89
	John Hudson, University of Houston-Downtown
Growth of Online Education in a Community College  /  96
	Katherine M. Conway, Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY
	Alyse Hachey, Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY
	Claire Wladis, Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY
Leadership Education: Issues of Means and Ends  102
	José A. Alaby, Universidade S. Amaro, S. Paulo, Brazil
The Retired Principal as Interim   /  109
	R.D. Nordgren, National University
	Floria Trimble, National University
Early Childhood Teachers’ Efficacy   /  115
	Shin Ji Kang, James Madison University, VA
Is Attitude A Factor In Academic Achievement?  /  121
	Felix U. Kamuche,  Morehouse College, GA
Legal Issues in Service Learning   /  127
	Margaret Shu-Mei Sass, Boise State University, ID
Community Impacts of Service-Learning    /  133
	Lara Preiser-Houy, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
	Ken Hansen, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
Where is the Virtual Water Cooler?  /  139
	Susan C. Londt, Ball State University, IN
	James W. Jones, Ball State University, IN
	Suchismita Bhattacharjee, Ball State University, IN
	Tarek Mahfouz, Ball State University, IN
Peer E-Mentoring Podcasts in a Self-Paced Course  /  145
	Kathryn Gordon, Athabasca University, Canada
	Sherri Melrose, Athabasca University, Canada
Student Motivation for Cultural Competence  /  150
	Yan Yang, University of West Georgia
	YoonJung Cho, Oklahoma State University
Socio-Cultural Identities of Israeli USSR Parents  /  156
	Deborah Court, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
	Inna Poner, Bar-Ilan University, Israel
Perceptions of Some Millennial College Students  /  162
	Lorna Timmerman, Ball State University, Muncie, IN
	Thalia Mulvihill, Ball State University, Muncie, IN

KEYWORD Subjecctt/Topic Index  /  168-169
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