Dr. Shaljan Areepattamannil is associate professor in the Division of Assessment and School Evaluation at the Emirates College for Advanced Education (ECAE), specializing in motivation, engagement, achievement, well-being, and quantitative methods. He is also the graduate program coordinator for master’s and doctoral programs in educational assessment and measurement at ECAE.
SHALJAN AREEPATTAMANNIL A dissertation submitted to the Faculty of Education in conformity with the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy Queen's Graduate Theses and Dissertations This is an on-line collection of the Queen's University Masters Degree and PhD Theses and Dissertations. Submissions are limited to officially registered Queen's.Dr. Dean Cairns and Dr. Shaljan Areepattamannil on exploring the Relations of teacher-directed. her PhD. Her thesis is entitled,. commitment and national culture’. She completed her PhD in October 2018 and was awarded the degree by the British University in Dubai at their Graduation Ceremony in.This is an on-line collection of the Queen's University Masters Degree and PhD Theses and Dissertations. Submissions are limited to officially registered Queen's University graduate students, only.
Shaljan Areepattamannil, PhD, is an assistant professor in the Division of Curriculum, Instruction, and Educational Technology at the Emirates College for Advanced Education, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. His research focuses on better understanding the psychological and environmental factors that impact the academic engagement and achievement of adolescents across cultures.
PhD thesis, James Cook University. Wilkinson, Eleanor Louise, Lewthwaite, Brian Ellis, and McGinty, Suzanne Claire (2017) More than the power of two: sharing leadership for social justice in Australian schools with Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students.
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These results from a study by Queen's University Faculty of Education PhD candidate Shaljan Areepattamannil are surprising because they contradict findings of other studies.
The findings of the recent cycles of TIMSS reveal that Korea and Singapore are the top-performing countries in science in TIMSS 2011 at the fourth grade, followed by Finland, Japan, Russian Federation, and Chinese Taipei. At the eighth grade, Singapore had the highest average science achievement.
Abstract: The impetus for this project has been the intense concern, during the last half year, of school leaders and the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education (Mrs Tan Ching Yee) about the growing proportion of low attainers in primary mathematics.
SERIES EDITOR Mark Bray, Director, Comparative Education Research Centre The University of Hong Kong, China ASSOCIATE EDITOR Yang Rui, Comparative Education Research Centre The University of Hong Kong, China INTERNATIONAL EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD.
Teachers’ integration of information and communication technology (ICT) has been widely studied, given that digital competence is considered to be a crucial outcome of twenty first century education.
Thereupon, the question arises as to what influences Chinese adolescents’ choice intention when they encounter the scheduling conflict between playing online games and completing learning tasks. TPB, which is widely used to predict adolescents’ behavioral intentions, might be appropriate to explain their choice intention regarding online games.
Professional experience. I am currently working as a researcher at the Department of Teacher Education and School Research. My work includes leading the project TESO funded by the Norwegian Research Council and the research group LEA.
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Lay, Yoon Fah and Ng, Khar Thoe and Khoo, Chwee Hoon and Shaljan Areepattamannil, (2015) Dispositions towards science and science achievement in TIMSS 2011: A comparison of eighth graders in Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei, Japan, Korea, and Singapore. Science Education in East Asia: Pedagogical Innovations and Research-informed Practices, Part V. pp. 591-605.
One of the findings of the study was that non significant difference was observed in the self concept of the student in gender, locale and management variation. The second finding was in respect of non significant difference in achievement motivation with regard to gender and locale variation.