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Curriculum Perspectives

Volume 29 Number 3,  2009

Articles

 

Is this a revolution? A critical analysis of the Rudd government's national education agenda

Alan Reid

1

From communication studies to curriculum inquiry?

Bill Green

14

Preparing middle and secondary school pre-service teachers to teach physical education through a focus on Tactical Games pedagogy

Shane Pill

24

Learning study as a form of collaborative teacher action research

Alice W. K. Chow

33

Enhancing student motivation and their sense of feeling valued through a vertical re-structuring of the curriculum

Mellita Jones

46

Point and counterpoint

 

Taking wellbeing seriously

Grant Banfield

69

Towards a 'spirited' approach to wellbeing for children who challenge the system

Leigh Burrows

73

A class(y) approach to wellbeing

Judith Peppard

77

aCa in the Nunga room: A place for 'wellbeing'

Faye Blanch

82

'Wellbeing' and the 'normal child'

Susan Krieg

87

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Learning, Media and Technology

Volume 34 Number 3, 30 September 2009

Articles

 

The teaching voice on the learning platform: seeking classroom climates within a virtual learning environment

Charles Crook & Robert Cluley

199 – 213

Educating an iPod generation: undergraduate attitudes, experiences and understanding of vodcast and podcast use

Vanessa Parson, Peter Reddy, Jon Wood & Carl Senior

215 – 228

Educational television as mediated literacy environments for preschoolers

Nancy A. Jennings, Steven D. Hooker & Deborah L. Linebarger

229 – 242

Viewing Michigan's digital future: results of a survey of educators' use of digital video in the USA

Marcia A. Mardis

243 – 257

Trainee teachers' use of blogs as private reflections for professional development

Alison Hramiak, Helen Boulton & Brian Irwin

259 – 269

Book reviews

Tony Oliver, Marta Turcsanyi-Szabo & Richard Berger

271 – 276

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Action Learning: Research and Practice

Volume 6 Number 2, July 2009

Editorial

 

Unravelling diversity and collaboration in individual and organisational action learning

Kiran Trehan & Mike Pedler

105 – 107

Articles

 

Reconciling market requirements and operations resources: an opportunity for action learning

Paul Coughlan & David Coghlan

109 – 119

To act and learn: a Bakhtinian exploration of action learning

Jeff Gold, Lisa Anderson, Jean Clarke & Richard Thorpe

121 – 130

Evaluation of an action learning programme for leadership development of SME leaders in the UK

Jean-Anne Stewart

131 – 148

Issues in action learning: a critical realist interpretation

John Burgoyne

149 – 161

Accounts of practice

 

Accounts of practice

David Coghlan & Clare Rigg

163

Action learning in ActionAid Nepal: a case study

Patricia Lustig & Deep Ranjani Rai

165 – 169

An extreme case of action learning at BAT Niemeyer

Emiel Eckstein, Gert Veenhoven & Ivo De Loo

171 – 176

Book reviews

Ian Lovegrove; Jeff Gold; Otmar Donnenberg; Lutz von Rosenstiel; John Lawler; Eugene Sadler-Smith; Chris Blantern

177 – 195

Network report

 

North West Employers' Conference

Joanne Meehan, Kelli Pickford & Aileen Lawless

197 – 200

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British Educational Research Journal

Volume 35 Number 6, December 2009

Articles

 

Pitching it right? Selection and learning at a music conservatoire

Rosie Burt-Perkins & Janet Mills

817 – 835

'No Outsiders': moving beyond a discourse of tolerance to challenge heteronormativity in primary schools

Renée DePalma & Elizabeth Atkinson

837 – 855

Cooperative learning that features a culturally appropriate pedagogy

Nguyen Phuong-Mai, Cees Terlouw, Albert Pilot & Julian Elliott

857 – 875

The doctoral experience in science: challenging the current orthodoxy

Jim Cumming

877 – 890

CCTV, school surveillance and social control

Andrew Hope

891 – 907

Drawing digital pictures: an investigation of primary pupils' representations of ICT and schools

Neil Selwyn, Daniela Boraschi & Suay Melisa Özkula

909 – 928

Book reviews

Geoffrey Walford; Sabi Redwood; Lesley Abbott; Nalita James; Charlotte Chadderton; Donald Gillies

929 – 937

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There are no Conferences available in this issue.