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Tables of contents

Educational Measurement: Issues and Practice

Volume 25 Number 2, Summer 2006

Editorial

Steve Ferrara

1 

A conceptual framework for a psychometric theory for standard setting with examples of its use for evaluating the functioning of two standard setting methods

Mark D Reckase

4 

A Clarification on the response probability criterion RP67 for standard settings based on bookmark and item mapping

Huynh Huynh

19 

Taking the time to improve the validity of low-stakes tests: the effort-monitoring CBT

Steven L Wise, Dennison S Bhola, Sheng-Ta Yang

21 

Commentary: a closer look at task analysis: reactions to Wang, Schnipke, and Witt

Tony LaDuca

31

Rejoinder: a further discussion of job analysis and use of KSAs in developing licensure and certification examinations: a response to LaDuca

Ning Wang, Elizabeth A Witt, Deborah Schnipke

34

KLA

Subject Headings

Assessment

Improving Schools

Volume 9 Number 2, November 2006

Challenging challenge: the importance of knowing what we don't know, sometimes... 

Paul Clarke

187 

Collaboration as a strategy for improving schools in challenging circumstances 

Mel Ainscow, Daniel Muijs, Mel West

192 

Telling stories: sustaining improvement in schools operating under adverse conditions

Debra Hayes

203 

High pressure school reform in Brazil: the case of ‘the difficult schools’

Madza Ednir, Claudia Ceccon, Boudewijn van Velzen

214 

Middle schools and poorer neighbourhoods: between Effectiveness and the Law, Ethics and Culture model

Felicitas Acosta

225 

Reducing student ‘suspension rates’ and engaging students in learning: principal and teacher approaches that work

Geoff Riordan

239 

Escaping from the bottom set: finding a voice for school improvement

Alison Peacock

251 

Challenging the paradigm: notes on developing an indigenized teacher education curriculum

S Gopinathan

261 

Schools and poverty: questioning the effectiveness and improvement paradigms

Terry Wrigley

273 

Collaborative reform for schools in difficulty

Christopher Chapman, Tracey Allen

291 

KLA

Subject Headings

Schools

Australian Journal of Education

Volume 50 Number 3, November 2006
Editorial 225

Moving schools: antecedents, impact on students and interventions 

Reesa Sorin, Rosemary Iloste

227

Motivational goals and school achievement: Lebanese-background students in south-western Sydney 

Rosemary Suliman, Dennis M McInerney

242

Models of policy development in Aboriginal education: issues and discourse 

Quentin Beresford, Jan Gray

265

Vocational subject-making and the work of schools: a case study 

Lyn Yates

281 

Flying in, flying out: offshore teaching in higher education 

Wee Tiong Seah, Julie Edwards

297 

'Like an iceberg floating alone': a case study of teacher stress at a Victorian primary school 

Rosaria Burchielli, Timothy Bartram

312 

KLA

Subject Headings

Schools
Aboriginal students

Languages Victoria

Volume 10 Number 2, October 2006

President's report 

Andrew Ferguson

5 

State election and languages education 

What the Government and Opposition are saying

6 

MCEETYA and the future of LOTE 

Lia Tedesco

10 

Obstinate ignorance 

Phillip Mahnken

21 

Speaking in tongues 

Roly Sussex

28 

Why learn a foreign language? 

Frederick Bethry

29

Key Learning Areas

Languages

Subject Headings

Victoria
Languages other than English (LOTE)
Language and languages

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