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Research in Science Education

Volume 39 Number 3, 13 May 2009

Guest editorial

 

Reading scientific texts: adapting primary literature for promoting scientific literacy

Anat Yarden

307–11

Articles

 

Bridging the gap between the language of science and the language of school science through the use of adapted primary literature

Linda M. Phillips & Stephen P. Norris

313–319

West Nile virus: using adapted primary literature in mathematical biology to teach scientific and mathematical reasoning in high school

Stephen P. Norris, John S. Macnab, Marjorie Wonham & Gerda de Vries

321–329

Justification and persuasion about cloning: arguments in Hwang’s paper and journalistic reported versions

María Pilar Jiménez-Aleixandre & Marta Federico-Agraso

331–347

'Here the scientists explain what I said.' Coordination practices elicited during the enactment of the results and discussion sections of adapted primary literature

Hedda Falk & Anat Yarden

349–383

Promises and challenges for the use of adapted primary literature in science curricula: commentary

Danielle J. Ford

385–390

Supporting teaching and learning using authentic scientific texts: a rejoinder to Danielle J. Ford

Anat Yarden, Hedda Falk, Marta Federico-Agraso, María Pilar Jiménez-Aleixandre, Stephen P. Norris & Linda M. Phillips

391–395

The potential of adapted primary literature (APL) for learning: a response

Jonathan Osborne

397–403

Reading science texts – epistemology, inquiry, authenticity – a rejoinder to Jonathan Osborne

Stephen P. Norris, Hedda Falk, Marta Federico-Agraso, María Pilar Jiménez-Aleixandre, Linda M. Phillips & Anat Yarden

405–410

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Studies in Philosophy and Education

Volume 28 Number 5, September 2009

Articles

 

Introduction to the special issue ‘Capabilities and Education’

Geoffrey Hinchcliffe & Lorella Terzi

387–390

Quo Vadis? The capability space and new directions for the philosophy of educational research

Caroline Sarojini Hart

391–402

Capability and deliberation

Geoffrey Hinchliffe

403–413

What is equity in education? Reflections from the capability approach

Elaine Unterhalter

415–424

Sen and the art of motorcycle maintenance: adaptive preferences and higher education

Michael Watts

425–436

Liberal learning as freedom: a capabilities approach to undergraduate education

Robert F. Garnett

437–447

Capability and learning to choose

Ortrud Leßmann

449–460

Educational practice and development of human capabilities: mediations of the student–teacher relation at the interpersonal and institutional level

Marit Honerød Hoveid & Halvor Hoveid

461–472

Review of Michalinos Zembylas: The Politics of Trauma in Education

Claudia Eppert

473–480

Response to Claudia Eppert’s review of The Politics of Trauma in Education

Michalinos Zembylas

481–483

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British Journal of Sociology of Education

Volume 30 Number 5, September 2009
Doctoral theses 519 – 520

Articles

 

Mobilising capitals? Migrant children's negotiation of their everyday lives in school

Dympna Devine

521 – 535

'They start to get malicia': teaching tacit and technical knowledge

Neil Stephens & Sara Delamont

537 – 548

New counter-school cultures: female students' drug use at a high-achieving secondary school

Adam Fletcher, Chris Bonell & Tim Rhodes

549 – 562

Navigating a treacherous game: conceptualising parental engagement in contemporary Queensland schooling

Kym Macfarlane

563 – 576

Globalizing critical studies of 'official' knowledge: lessons from the Japanese history textbook controversy over 'comfort women'

Keita Takayama

577 – 589

Cultural capital as an explanation of variation in participation in higher education

John Noble & Peter Davies

591 – 605

An alternative reading of modern religious education in England and Wales

L. Philip Barnes

607 – 619

Legitimacy through alternate means: schools without professionals in the private sector

Linda Quirke

621 – 634

Review symposium

 

Feminism and 'the schooling scandal'

Robert Morrell & Julie McLeod

635 – 645

Extended review

 

The way class works: readings on school, family and the economy

Ken Roberts

647 – 651

Review essay

 

Further education: policy hysteria, competitiveness and performativity

James Avis

653 – 662

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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Volume 25 Number 4, September 2009

Editorial

Roger Atkinson & Catherine McLoughlin

iii–viii

Research articles

 

Development of course material in a multi-author environment

Michael Schlotter

459–470

Secondary school music education: a case study in adapting to ICT resource limitations

Renée Crawford

471–488

Developing an approach for comparing students' multimodal text creations: a case study

Mike Levy & Kay Kimber

489–508

Case study of a computer based examination system

Andrew Fluck, Darren Pullen & Colleen Harper

509–523

Are learning style preferences of health science students predictive of their attitudes towards e-learning?

Ted Brown, Maryam Zoghi, Brett Williams, Shapour Jaberzadeh, Louis Roller et al

524–543

A web enabled video system for self reflection by student teachers using a guiding framework

Siu Cheung Kong, Ronnie Shroff & Hing Keung Hung

544–558

The topic of instructional design in research journals: A citation analysis for the years 1980-2008

Zehra Ozcinar

559–580

Lecture attendance and web based lecture technologies: A comparison of student perceptions and usage patterns

Brian R. von Konsky, Jim Ivins & Susan J. Gribble

581–595

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