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Tables of contents

Journal of Educational Administration and History

Volume 40 Number 1,  2008

Editorial: Celebrating 40 years

Helen M Gunter, Tanya Fitzgerald

1

Educational administration and history Part 1: debating the agenda

Helen M Gunter, Tanya Fitzgerald

5

Educational administration and history Part 2: academic journals and the contribution of JEAH

Tanya Fitzgerald, Helen M Gunter

23

The history of education and the study of educational administration

Helen Sungaila

47

Twenty-five years of the Journal of Educational Administration and History

Peter Gosden, WB Stephens

47

The JEAH and the millennium

Janet Coles

49

Trends in the administration and history of education

Roy Lowe

55

History and the study of 'administration' (LAMPS) in education: a reflection on an editorial for a special issue

Peter Ribbins

61

Review essay. School principals in America: a review of three biographical studies

Kate Rousmaniere

75

KLA

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Journal of Educational Change

Volume 9 Number 1, March 2008

A case study of the mis-management of educational change: an interpretation from an affective standpoint

Chris James and Nicola Jones

1

'It’s what we’ve always been doing.' Exploring tensions between school culture and change

Jenny Gordon and Jean A Patterson

17

Listening across cultural and linguistic borders: learning from teaching in Banda Aceh, Indonesia after the tsunami

Katherine Schultz

37

Social order perspective on raising student achievement

Brahm Fleisch

53

Should educational leadership focus on best practices or next practices?

Kenneth Leithwood

71

Should educational leadership focus on ‘best practice’ or ‘next practice’?

Valerie Hannon

77

Tough choices or tough times: seeing with one eye

Cristián Cox

83

Tough choices or tough times: the report on the new commission on the skills of the American workforce

Pasi Sahlberg

87

Why no political economy? Why no pedagogy? Essay review of Tough choices or tough times

David Hogan

91

KLA

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Oxford Review of Education

Volume 34 Number 1,  2008

A sociocultural theorisation of formative assessment

John Pryor; Barbara Crossouard

1

Social segregation in secondary schools: how does England compare with other countries?

Stephen P Jenkins, John Micklewright, Sylke V Schnepf

21

Citizenship education in England at the cross-roads? Four models of citizenship and their implications for ethnic and religious diversity

Dina Kiwan

39

Gifted, talented and high ability: selection for education in a one-dimensional world

Sally Tomlinson

59

Conceptual learning in higher education: some philosophical points

Jim Mackenzie

75

Accounting for the gender gaps in student performance in reading and mathematics: evidence from 31 countries

Gary N Marks

89

Worried women, complacent men? Gendered responses to differential student funding in higher education

Nigel Kettley, Joan M Whitehead, John Raffan

111

KLA

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Innovation in Language Learning and Teaching

Volume 1 Number 2,  2007

Editorial

Terry Lamb and Hayo Reinders

191

Language learning experiences and learning strategy research: voices of a mainland Chinese student in Hong Kong

Xuesong (Andy) Gao

193

Listening to learners to investigate the viability of technology-driven ESOL pedagogy

Toni Ibarz and Sue Webb

208

How languages are learnt: primary children's language learning beliefs

Annika Kolb

227

Distant voices: learners' stories about the affective side of learning a language at a distance

Stella Hurd

242

Book review: Language Planning in Education

260

Book review: Teacher Education in CALL

263

Key Learning Areas

Languages

Subject Headings

Language and languages
Educational innovations
Languages other than English (LOTE)
English as an additional language

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