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Tables of contents

Harvard Educational Review

Volume 78 Number 3,  2008

Putting the ‘Development’ in Professional Development: Understanding and Overturning Educational Leaders’ Immunities to Change

Deborah Helsing, Annie Howell, Robert Kegan and Lisa Lahey

437

Achievement as Resistance: The Development of a Critical Race Achievement Ideology among Black Achievers

Dorinda J. Carter

466

Unpacking the Placement of American Indian and Alaska Native Students in Special Education Programs and Services in the Early Grades: School Readiness as a Predictive Variable

Jacob Hibel, Susan C. Faircloth and George Farkas

498

Capturing Authenticity, Transforming Perception: One Teacher’s Efforts to Improve Her Students’ Performance by Challenging their Impressions of Self and Community

William H. Marinell

529

Editor’s Review: The Aesthetics of the Oppressed by Augusto Boal, trans. Adrian Jackson

Radhika Rao

549

KLA

Subject Headings

Education

EA Journal

Volume 24 Number 2,  2008

EDITORIAL

1

ARTICLES

ESL management meetings: a discourse analysis study

Andrew Foley

3

Making movies: an integrated skills task for motivating ESL learners

Paul Kebble

16

Nurturing diversity in teacher education

Erica Garvey

27

Towards a new EAP: managing diversity in university preparation courses

Barbara Yazbeck

38

BOOKSHELF

Dialogue Activities: Exploring Spoken Interaction in the Language Class

Nick Bilbrough

48

English for the Humanities

Kristen L. Johannsen

50

face2face – Intermediate Student’s Book

Chris Redston and Gillie Cunningham

53

English Pronunciation in Use (Advanced)

Martin Hewings

55

EAP Now! Preliminary (English for Academic Purposes)

Kathy Cox and David Hill

59

English for Socializing

Sylee Gore and David Gordon Smith

61

English for Life (Beginner)

Tom Hutchinson, Carol Tabor, Jenny Quintana, Kate Eadie

63

English for Life (Pre-Intermediate)

Tom Hutchinson

65

Teacher’s Book

Tom Hutchinson, Carol Tabor and Jenny Quintana

65

From Corpus to Curriculum – Language Use and Language Teaching

Anne O’Keeffe, Michael McCarthy and Ronald Carter

68

Literature Second Edition

Alan Duff and Alan Maley

71

Thesis and Dissertation Writing in a Second Language

Brian Paltridge and Sue Starfield

73

Stay Safe Readers

National Centre for English Language Teaching and Research

75

Forbidden Words: Taboo and the Censoring of Language

Keith Allan and Kate Burridge

77

Teaching and Researching Autonomy in Language Teaching

Phil Benson

79

The Snow Goose and Other Stories

Paul Gallico

82

World Englishes: Implications for International Communication and English Language Teaching

Andy Kirkpatrick

84

Listen and Do

Hana Svecova

87

Key Learning Areas

English

Subject Headings

English language teaching
Australia

Bulletin of the Council for Research in Music Education

Volume 176, Spring 2008

Experienced Music Teacher Perceptions of Professional Development Throughout Their Careers

Colleen M. Conway

7

Subjects in Music Education Research: 1991-2005

Tami J. Draves, Carolyn S. Cruse, Melissa M. Mills and Bridget M. Sweet

19

In Search of Important Research Questions in Music Education: The Case of the United States

C. Victor Fung

31

The Measurement of Musical Aptitude in 20th Century United States: A Brief History

John Grashel

45

The Influence of the National Standards on Research Trends in Music Education

Nathan B. Kruse, Steven Oare and Michael Norman

51

An Investigation and Identification of a Construct of Music Experience

Christina Schneider

63

Learning from the National Board for Professional Teacher Certification (NBPTS) in Music

Stephanie L. Standerfer

77

Key Learning Areas

The Arts

Subject Headings

Music
Education

Journeys: Journal of the Victorian Outdoor Education Association

October 2008
Editorial2
Executive Officer’s report3
Seven deadly sins for group facilitators4
Real surfing: without a wave in sight7
What are the worst aspects of outdoor educating?9
Learning 4 life: experiences in ‘Classrooms without walls’18
Fiction as a different way of connecting with the outdoors21
Further adventures of Mr. K24
The development of aims in outdoor education25

Key Learning Areas

Studies of Society and Environment

Subject Headings

Outdoor Education
Victoria

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