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Tables of contents

Professional Educator

Volume 6 Number 2, May 2007

Editorial 

4 

Opinion 

Bruce Addision, Sean Burke

6

Solving the research puzzle

Carolyn Page

8 

New teachers: know and do - help for beginners 

Ross Turner

14 

Innovation: science and inquiry 

Doug Jones, Wayne Melville, Anthony Bartley

18 

Teaching and learning: Oetzi - the ice man 

Helen Billet, Heather Boundy, Mark Chapple, Steve Fraser, Gary Simpson

22 

Research: building blocks for a critical curriculum: Outcomes-based education and the International Baccalaureate

Mark Corbett

26 

Research: vocational education opportunities for young Indigenous people 

Katrina Alford, Richard James

32 

Issues: school playgrounds - the unhealthy state of play 

John Evans

43 

As I see it: forget your pride of lions

Danny Kantz

44

KLA

Subject Headings

Teaching and learning

Gender and Education

Volume 19 Number 3, May 2007

Special issue: teacher education - a gendered account

 

Changes and continuities in teacher education: international perspectives on a gendered field

Jean Murray, Meg Maguire

283

Women 'learning to labour' in the 'male emporium': exploring gendered work in teacher education

Sandra Acker, Jo-Anne Dillabough

297

Gender, research and change in teacher education: a Swedish dimension

Inger Erixon Arreman, Gaby Weiner

317

Working beyond the glass ceiling: women managers in initial teacher training in England

Barbara Thompson

339 

Persistence and ruptures: the feminization of teaching and teacher education in Argentina

Gustavo E Fischman

353

Learning to be a primary school teacher: reading one man's story

Sue Smedley

369 

The gender agenda in secondary ITET in England: forgotten, misconceived or what?

Mike Younger

387

Review essay

Damsels in distress, social mothers and the feminization of care

415

Book reviews

Lyn Tett, Sue Middleton, Diana Leonard, Margaret L Page, Lekkie Hopkins

419

KLA

Subject Headings

Teaching profession

Multicultural Education and Technology Journal

Volume 1 Number 1,  2007

Reflection as a means of understanding: ways in which Confucian Heritage students learn and understand organisational behaviour

Coralie Haller, Ron Fisher, Rod Gapp

6

Pacific voices: educational technologies for literacy learning

James Skouge, Precille Boisvert, Kavita Rao

25

Using CD-ROMs as a pedagogical tool

Andrew White

36

Innovative technologies for multicultural education needs 

Richard E Ferdig, Jade Coutts, Joseph DiPietro, Benjamin Lok, Niki Davis

47 

The social democratisation of knowledge: some critical reflections on e-learning

Ahmad Raza, A Rashid Kausar, David Paul

64

Key Learning Areas

Technology

Subject Headings

Information and Communications Technology (ICT)
Multicultural education

Mind, Brain and Education

Volume 1 Number 1, March 2007

Why Mind, Brain, and Education? Why now?

Kurt W Fischer, David B Daniel, Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, Elsbeth Stern, Antonio Battro, Hideaki Koizumi

1

We feel, therefore we learn: the relevance of affective and social neuroscience to education

Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, Antonio Damasio

3

Generalist genes: genetic links between brain, mind, and education

Robert Plomin, Yulia Kovas, and Claire M A Haworth

11

How can genomics inform education?

Elena L Grigorenko

20

A few steps toward a science of mental life

Stanislas Dehaene

28

Are there separate neural systems for spelling? New insights into the role of rules and memory in spelling from functional magnetic resonance imaging

Elizabeth S Norton, Ioulia Kovelman, Laura-Ann Petitto

48

KLA

Subject Headings

Brain

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