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Tables of contents

Early Childhood Education Journal

Volume 37 Number 4, December 2009

Articles

 

Teaching the alphabet: reconciling the past and the present

Linda Shidler & Tara Harrigan

239–240

Teachers' use of scaffolding strategies during read alouds in the preschool classroom

Jill M. Pentimonti & Laura M. Justice

241–248

Research on children's play: analysis of developmental and early education journals from 2005 to 2007

Mei-Fang Cheng & James E. Johnson

249–259

Exploring animal-assisted programs with children in school and therapeutic contexts

Lori Friesen

261–267

The role of action research in fostering culturally-responsive practices in a preschool classroom

Mariana Souto-Manning & Christina Hanson Mitchell

269–277

Interactive dynamic assessment with children learning EFL in Kindergarten

Zheng Lin

279–287

Reported research funding in four early childhood journals

Bridget A. Walsh & Claudia Sanchez

289–293

Optimizing early mathematics experiences for children from low-income families: a study on opportunity to learn mathematics

Aubrey H. Wang

295–302

Social and emotional learning in the Kindergarten classroom: evaluation of the Strong Start Curriculum

Thomas J. Kramer, Paul Caldarella, Lynnette Christensen & Ryan H. Shatzer

303–309

Teacher mentoring and early literacy learning: a case study of a mentor-coach initiative

Grace Onchwari & Jared Keengwe

311–317

Environmental factors affecting preschoolers' motor development

Fotini Venetsanou & Antonis Kambas

319–327

 

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Cultural Studies of Science Education

Volume 4 Number 4, December 2009

Articles

 

Difference as a resource for learning and enhancing science education

Kenneth Tobin

755–760

Resuscitating the critical in the biological grotesque: blood, guts, biomachismo in science/education and human guinea pig discourse

Matthew Weinstein & Matthew Broda

761–780

Gross's anatomy: textual politics in science/biology education research

Giuliano Reis

781–790

Refiguring the human

Mark Zuss

791–798

Dialectics, dialogics and other ways of reading us

Matthew Weinstein & Matthew Broda

799–801

'Kindergarten, can I have your eyes and ears?' politeness and teacher directive choices in inquiry-based science classrooms

Alandeom Wanderlei Oliveira

803–846

Should professional development include analyzing and coaching ways of speaking during inquiry-based science instruction in elementary classrooms?

Emily H. van Zee

847–854

'Polite directiveness' in science inquiry: a contradiction in terms?

John Lawrence Bencze

855–864

From professional development to classroom instruction: addressing issues related to science inquiry discourse

Alandeom W. Oliveira

865–873

Conceptual continuity and the science of baseball: using informal science literacy to promote students' science learning

Bryan A. Brown & Matt Kloser

875–897

Heterogeneous performances of conceptual dis/continuity: a dialectic reading of Brown and Kloser's article

SungWon Hwang & Mijung Kim

899–911

Finding science in students' talk

Jennifer Yeo

913–919

A view of the tip of the iceberg: revisiting conceptual continuities and their implications for science learning

Bryan A. Brown & Matt Kloser

921–928

Going to school with Madame Curie and Mr. Einstein: gender roles in children's science biographies

Trevor Owens

929–943

The gendering of Albert Einstein and Marie Curie in children's biographies: some tensions

Rachel E. Wilson, Amber R. Jarrard & Deborah J. Tippins

945–950

Raising critical issues in the analysis of gender and science in children's literature

Sonya N. Martin & Christina A. Siry

951–960

A mirror of society: a discourse analytic study of 15- to 16-year-old Swiss students' talk about environment and environmental protection

Albert Zeyer & Wolff-Michael Roth

961–998

On ecological reflections: the tensions of cultivating ecojustice and youth environmentalism

Michael P. Mueller

999–1012

Interpretive repertoires as mirrors on society and as tools for action: reflections on Zeyer and Roth's A mirror of society

Catherine Milne

1013–1022

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Children's Literature in Education

Volume 40 Number 4, December 2009

Articles

 

Magic women on the margins: eccentric models in Mary Poppins and Ms Wiz

Cristina Pérez Valverde

263–274

Colonizing bodies: corporate power and biotechnology in young adult science fiction

Stephanie Guerra

275–295

Ted Hughes: the development of a children's poet

Michael Lockwood

296–305

David Almond's Skellig: 'a new vista of contemplation'?

Susan Louise Stewart

306–319

Postmodern investigations: the case of Christopher Boone in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time

Stefania Ciocia

320–332

From romance to magical realism: limits and possibilities in gay adolescent fiction

Thomas Crisp

333–348

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Applied Measurement in Education

Volume 23 Number 1, January 2010

Articles

 

Can measuring psychosocial factors promote college success?

Jeff Allen, Steven B. Robbins & Richard Sawyer

1 – 22

A comparison of IRT linking procedures

Won-Chan Lee & Jae-Chun Ban

23 – 48

A case of inconsistent equatings: how the man with four watches decides what time it is

Samuel A. Livingston & Judit Antal

49 – 62

Providing subscale scores for diagnostic information: a case study when the test is essentially unidimensional

Clement A. Stone, Feifei Ye, Xiaowen Zhu & Suzanne Lane

63 – 86

Stability of Rasch scales over time

Catherine S. Taylor & Yoonsun Lee

87 – 113

Book review

 

Improving Testing for English Language Learners, by Kopriva, R. J. New York: Routledge (2008)

John W. Young

114 – 117

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