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Tables of contents

Journal of Education Policy

Volume 23 Number 3,  2008

Widening participation in postgraduate studies in Greece: mature working women attending an e-learning programme

Marios Vryonides; Chryssi Vitsilakis

199

Parent preferences and parent choices: the public-private decision about school choice

Ellen B. Goldring; Kristie J. R. Phillips

209

Filling in the gaps: European governance, the open method of coordination and the European Commission

Manuel Souto-Otero; Timo Fleckenstein; Rod Dacombe

231

The hegemonic positioning of 'Smart State' policy

Lenore Adie

251

The new neoliberal subjects? Young/er academics' constructions of professional identity

Louise Archer

265

Finding an identity and meeting a standard: connecting the conflicting in teacher induction

Jim McNally; Allan Blake; Brian Corbin; Peter Gray

287

Making education reform work for the poor: accountability and decentralization in Latin America

Ben Meade; Alec Ian Gershberg

299

Leading for quality: questions about quality and leadership in Australia

Sue Thomas

323

Book Reviews

Michael W. Apple; Meg Maguire; Barbara Martin; Jacky Brine; Allen George Duck

335

KLA

Subject Headings

Education policy

Research Papers in Education

Volume 23 Number 1,  2008

Education and self-regulation of learning for gifted pupils: systemic design and development

Ton Mooij

1

A perfect match? Pupils' and teachers' views of the impact of matching educators and learners by gender

Becky Francis; Christine Skelton; Bruce Carrington; Merryn Hutchings; Barbara Read; Ian Hall

21

School children's reasoning about school rules

Robert Thornberg

37

Aptitude tests versus school exams as selection tools for higher education and the case for assessing educational achievement in context

Neil Stringer

53

Improving students' capacity to show their knowledge, understanding and skills in exams by using combined question and answer papers

Victoria Crisp

69

Negotiating what counts as English language teaching: official curriculum and its enactment in two Singaporean secondary classrooms

Anneliese Kramer-Dahl

85

Book Review

Jill Porter

109

KLA

Subject Headings

Education research

Research in Drama Education

Volume 13 Number 2,  2008

Performance and asylum: embodiment, ethics

Editorial

Helen Gilbert; Sophie Nield

133

The Proteus Cabinet, or 'we are Here but not Here'

Sophie Nield

137

Too distant shores: the Strait of Gibraltar and the space of exception

Milija Gluhovic

147

Performing like an asylum seeker: paradoxes of hyper-authenticity

Silvija Jestrovic

159

Situations for living: performing emplacement

Misha Myers

171

Refugitive and the theatre of dys-appearance

Rand Hazou

181

Through the (in)visible witness in Through the Wire

Caroline Wake

187

The intersubjective witness: trauma testimony in Towfiq Al-Qady's Nothing But Nothing: One Refugee's Story

Emma Cox

193

Performing refugee policy in politics and theatre

David Williams

199

Le Dernier Cartoucherie: refuge and the performance of care

Emine Fisek

205

Refugee performance: aesthetic representation and accountability in playback theatre

Rea Dennis

211

Dirty truth: personal narrative, victimhood and participatory theatre work with people seeking asylum

Alison Jeffers

217

The journey is the film is the journey: Michael Winterbottom's In This World

David Farrier

223

'Politics begins as ethics': Levinasian ethics and Australian performance concerning refugees

Tom Burvill

233

Taking liberties: a theatre class of foolish witnesses

Julie Salverson

245

Key Learning Areas

The Arts

Subject Headings

Drama

Educational Studies in Mathematics

Volume 68 Number 2, June 2008

Special Edition: Democratizing Access to Mathematics through Technology: Issues of Design, Theory and Implementation In Memory of Jim Kaput’s Work

 

Introduction: Building on the vision of Jim Kaput (1942–2005)

Richard Lesh and Stephen Hegedus

81

Next steps in implementing Kaput’s research programme

Celia Hoyles and Richard Noss

85

From static to dynamic mathematics: Historical and representational perspectives

Luis Moreno-Armella, Stephen J. Hegedus and James J. Kaput

99

A science need: Designing tasks to engage students in modeling complex data

Richard Lesh, James A. Middleton, Elizabeth Caylor and Shweta Gupta

113

Students’ expression of affect in an inner-city simcalc classroom

Roberta Y. Schorr and Gerald A. Goldin

113

The role of scaling up research in designing for and evaluating robustness

J. Roschelle, D. Tatar, N. Shechtman and J. Knudsen

149

Studying new forms of participation and identity in mathematics classrooms with integrated communication and representational infrastructures

Stephen J. Hegedus and William R. Penuel

171

James J. Kaput (1942–2005) imagineer and futurologist of mathematics education

David Tall

185

Key Learning Areas

Mathematics

Subject Headings

Mathematics teaching
Mathematics

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