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Tables of contents

Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education

Volume 29 Number 2,  2008

Public educators as interpretive critics: Edward Said and Raymond Williams

Jon Nixon

143

Youth temporalities and the cost of Singapore's educational success

Yen Yen Joyceln Woo

159

Whose quality? Social actors in the interface of transnational and national higher education policy

Taina Saarinen

179

Where enterprise and equity meet: the rise of mentoring for women in Australian universities

Anita Devos

195

The discursive negotiation of international student identities

Michael Haugh

207

Drugs, discourses and education: a critical discourse analysis of a high school drug education text

Kenneth W Tupper

223

The (be)comings and goings of 'developmental disabilities': the cultural politics of 'impairment'

Dan Goodley, Griet Roets

239

Dare we know the nation? Considering the nexus of discursive leveraging and identity

Brenda Trofanenko

257

'Move over and make room for Meeka': the representation of race, otherness and indigeneity on the Australian children's television program Play School

Elizabeth Mackinlay, Katelyn Barney

273

Review Essay: Fast policy, fast theories and fast lives: when everything becomes performance

Gaby Weiner

289

Book Review

297

KLA

Subject Headings

Education
Politics

Journal of Literacy and Technology

Volume 9 Number 1, April 2008

Note: The full journal issue is available for free download in PDF format.

Using multimedia anchored instruction cases in literacy methods courses: lessons learned from pre-service teachers

Ruby Sanny and William H Teale

Learning to leisure? Failure, flame, blame, shame, homophobia and other everyday practices in online education

Juliet Eve and Tara Brabazon

Aligning hip-hop, curriculum, standards and potential

Nadjwa EL Norton

Book Review: What Video Games Have to Teach Us about Learning and Literacy

Hsiao-ping Wu

KLA

Subject Headings

Literacy
Technology

The Australasian Journal of Special Education

Volume 32 Number 1, 23 July 2008

Special Issue: A Scientific Approach to Special Education

 

Editorial: A scientific approach to special education

Kevin Wheldall, Mark Carter

1

Editorial article: Why can't a teacher be more like a scientist? Science, pseudoscience and the art of teaching

Mark Carter, Kevin Wheldall

5

Corrective reading: an evidence-based remedial reading intervention

Kerry Hempenstall

23

Evidence-based practice in the classroom: evaluating a procedure for reducing perseverative requesting in an adolescent with autism and severe intellectual disability

Jeff Sigafoos, Jennifer Ganz, Mark O'Reilly, Giulio Lancioni

55

Miracles take a little longer: science, commercialisation, cures and the Dore program

Jennifer Stephenson, Kevin Wheldall

67

Research on the efficacy of sensory integration therapy: past, present and future

Han M Leong, Mark Carter

83

Does What Works Clearinghouse work? A brief review of Fast ForWord®

Genevieve McArthur

101

Social justice principles, the law and research, as bases for inclusion

Phil Foreman, Michael Arthur-Kelly

109

Roadblocks to scientific thinking in educational decision making

Gregory CR Yates

125

Science versus basic educational research

Siegfried Engelmann

139

KLA

Subject Headings

Special education
Australia
Asia

Technology, Pedagogy and Education

Volume 17 Number 2,  2008

Editorial: From state-of-the-art to state-of-the-actual? Introduction to a special issue

Neil Selwyn

83

Picturing technological change: the materiality of information infrastructures in public education

Torin Monahan

89

Internet pollution discourses, exclusionary practices and the 'culture of over-blocking' within UK schools

Andrew Hope

103

Ubiquitous presence, partial use: the everyday interaction of children and their families with ICT

Olivia Stevenson

115

Young people's Internet use and its significance for informal education and social participation

Stefan Iske, Alexandra Klein, Nadia Kutscher, Hans-Uwe Otto

131

PowerPoint, interactive whiteboards, and the visual culture of technology in schools

Gabriel B Reedy

143

Book Review. Beyond Technology: Learning in the Age of Digital Culture, by David Buckingham

Neil Selwyn

163

Book Review. Technology and Education: Issues in Administration, Policy and Applications in K12 Schools, edited by S Tettegah and R Hunter

Gareth Schott

165

KLA

Subject Headings

Technology
Pedagogy
Education

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