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Tables of contents

Journal of Educational Change

Volume 10 Number 2-3, May 2009

Articles

 

A decade of educational change and a defining moment of opportunity – an introduction

Andy Hargreaves

89–100

Large-scale reform comes of age

Michael Fullan

101–113

Capacity building for school improvement or creating capacity for learning? A changing landscape

Louise Stoll

115–127

Leadership and change in schools: personal reflections over the last 30 years

Karen R. Seashore

129–140

The effects of reform: Have teachers really lost their sense of professionalism?

Christopher Day & Lindsey Smethem

141–157

The growing (but still limited) importance of evidence in education policy and practice

Amanda Cooper, Ben Levin & Carol Campbell

159–171

Charter schools: learning from the past, planning for the future

Lea Hubbard & Rucheeta Kulkarni

173–189

Youth engagement in high schools: developing a multidimensional, critical approach to improving engagement for all students

Susan Yonezawa, Makeba Jones & Francine Joselowsky

191–209

Can high stakes testing leverage educational improvement? Prospects from the last decade of testing and accountability reform

Jonathan Supovitz

211–227

Community organizing and educational change: a reconnaissance

Dennis Shirley

229–237

Big change question: Can and should school change in the developing world be guided by research from the developed world?

Jonathan Jansen

239–243

Big change question

Juan Manuel Moreno

245–248

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Educational Studies in Mathematics

Volume 72 Number 1, September 2009

The full issue is available free online.

 

Articles

 

Re-mythologizing mathematics through attention to classroom positioning

David Wagner & Beth Herbel-Eisenmann

1–15

Encrypted objects and decryption processes: problem-solving with functions in a learning environment based on cryptography

Tobin White

17–37

Using diagrams as tools for the solution of non-routine mathematical problems

Marilena Pantziara, Athanasios Gagatsis & Iliada Elia

39–60

Social representations as mediators of practice in mathematics classrooms with immigrant students

Núria Gorgorió & Guida de Abreu

61–76

Success in mathematics within a challenged minority: the case of students of Ethiopian origin in Israel (SEO)

Tiruwork Mulat & Abraham Arcavi

77–92

Examining the supervision of mathematics student teachers through analysis of conference communications

Maria Lorelei Fernandez & Evrim Erbilgin

93–110

Approach to mathematical problem solving and students' belief systems: two case studies

María Luz Callejo & Antoni Vila

111–126

Students' fraction comparison strategies as a window into robust understanding and possible pointers for instruction

Doug M. Clarke & Anne Roche

127–138

 

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Cultural Studies of Science Education

Volume 4 Number 3, September 2009

Articles

 

Tuning into others' voices: radical listening, learning from difference, and escaping oppression

Kenneth Tobin

505–511

The much exaggerated death of positivism

Joe L. Kincheloe & Kenneth Tobin

513–528

Paradigm wars, dialogue or dance: Is rapprochement possible and/or desirable?

Bal Chandra Luitel, Elisabeth Settelmaier, Les Pereira, Paula Joyce, Emilia Nhalevilo, Alberto Cupane & Peter Charles Taylor

529–552

Learning, knowing and being in the world: postformalism, Einstein, and lessons from a kid named Larry

Shirley R. Steinberg

553–558

Joe L. Kincheloe: embracing criticality in science education

Gillian U. Bayne

559–567

Negotiating identity and science teaching in a high-stakes testing environment: an elementary teacher's perceptions

Bhaskar Upadhyay

569–586

Creating survival strategies: What can be learned from a science class?

Maria Inês Mafra Goulart & Eduardo Sarquis Soares

587–594

Looking for Daisy: constructing teacher identities

Stephen M. Ritchie

595–599

Narratives, choices, alienation, and identity: learning from an elementary science teacher

Bhaskar Upadhyay

601–610

Authentic science experiences as a vehicle to change students' orientations toward science and scientific career choices: learning from the path followed by Brad

Michiel van Eijck & Wolff-Michael Roth

611–638

Authentic science experiences as a vehicle for assessing orientation towards science and science careers relative to identity and agency: a response to 'learning from the path followed by Brad'

Pauline W. U. Chinn

639–647

Turning the focus from 'Other' to science education: exploring the invisibility of Whiteness

Ali Sammel

649–656

Students' socio-scientific reasoning on controversies from the viewpoint of education for sustainable development

Laurence Simonneaux & Jean Simonneaux

657–687

Identities, social representations and critical thinking

Ramón López-Facal & María Pilar Jiménez-Aleixandre

689–695

Socioscientific issues in science education: labels, reasoning, and transfer

Troy D. Sadler

697–703

Socio-scientific reasoning influenced by identities

Laurence Simonneaux & Jean Simonneaux

705–711

Community and inquiry: journey of a science teacher

Jennifer Goldberg & Kate Muir Welsh

713–732

Dignifying the educational process through conscientização

Alejandro J. Gallard Martinez

733–738

Hidden wor(l)ds in science class: conscientization and politicization in science education research and practice

Gale Seiler & Anjali Abraham

739–753

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Educational Psychology Review

Volume 21 Number 3, September 2009

Articles

 

An appraisal perspective of teacher burnout: examining the emotional work of teachers

Mei-Lin Chang

193–218

A review of self-report and alternative approaches in the measurement of student motivation

Sara M. Fulmer & Jan C. Frijters

219–246

Educational needs of school-aged children born very and extremely preterm: a review

Garry Hornby & Lianne J. Woodward

247–266

Trends in female authorships, editorial board memberships, and editorships in educational psychology journals from 2003 to 2008

Carlton J. Fong, Julia H. Yoo, Sara J. Jones, Laura G. Torres & Mark Lowry Decker

267–277

The content of educational psychology: an analysis of top ranked journals from 2003 through 2007

Amanda L. Nolen

279–289

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