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Tables of contents

Literacy

Volume 44 Number 1, 2nd  Quarter  2010

Editorial

 

Looking beyond the head as the site of learning and literacy

Kathy Hall

1–2

Articles

 

Acting up or acting out? Unlocking children's talk in literature circles

Caroline Pearson

3–11

Teacher and child talk in active learning and whole-class contexts: some implications for children from economically less advantaged home backgrounds

Joan Martlew, Sue Ellis, Christine Stephen & Jennifer Ellis

12–19

Technology, learning and instruction: distributed cognition in the secondary English classroom

Mary Louise Gomez, Melissa Schieble, Jen Scott Curwood & Dawnene Hassett

20–27

Opening the box: literacy, artefacts and identity

Mary Scanlan

28–36

Regulating life in residential care: the unassuming authority of the timetable

Jennifer Tan

37–42

A tale of two visions

Graham Frater

43–46

Book review

 

No Quick Fix: Rethinking Literacy Programs in America's Elementary Schools by Richard L. Allington & Sean A. Walmsley (Eds.)

Henrietta Dombey

47

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Education, Citizenship and Social Justice

Volume 5 Number 1, 1st  Quarter  2010

Articles

 

Failing young people? Education and aspirations in a deprived community

S. Sinclair, J.H. McKendrick & G. Scott

5–20

School democratization in prefigurative form: two Brazilian experiences

Tristan McCowan

21–41

Heterotopian cosmopolitan citizenship education?

Dean Garratt & Heather Piper

43–55

Ideologies of civic participation in Central Asia: liberal arts in the post-Soviet democratic ethos

Norma Jo Baker & Chad D. Thompson

57–71

Understandings of citizenship education in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland: public discourses among stakeholders in the public and private sectors

Ulrike Niens & Lorraine McIlrath

73–87

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Educational Research for Policy and Practice

Volume 9 Number 2, 2nd  Quarter  2010

Articles

 

Editorial (ERPP Issue 9.2)

Oon-Seng Tan

75–76

Socioeconomic status, self-efficacy and mathematics achievement in Australia: a secondary analysis

Andrew McConney & Laura B. Perry

77–91

Teachers' responses to curriculum policy implementation: colonial constraints for curriculum reform

Jacqueline Kin-Sang Chan

93–106

An empirical study of the effects of decentralization in Indonesian junior secondary education

Atsuko Toi

107–125

China's policy of Chinese as a foreign language and the use of overseas Confucius Institutes

Hongqin Zhao & Jianbin Huang

127–142

 

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Educational Psychology Review

Volume 22 Number 1, June 2010

Special Issue Title: Computer-supported instructional communication. A multidisciplinary account of relevant factors

 

Articles 

Computer-supported instructional communication: a multidisciplinary account of relevant factors

Nikol Rummel & Nicole Krämer

1–7

Using a diagnosis-based approach to individualize instructional explanations in computer-mediated communication

Jörg Wittwer, Matthias Nückles & Alexander Renkl

9–23

How to foster active processing of explanations in instructional communication

Kirsten Berthold & Alexander Renkl

25–40

Social presence in synchronous virtual learning situations: the role of nonverbal signals displayed by avatars

Katrin Allmendinger

41–56

Digital immersive virtual environments and instructional computing

Jim Blascovich & Andrew C. Beall

57–69

Personalizing e-learning. The social effects of pedagogical agents

Nicole C. Krämer & Gary Bente

71–87

Using intelligent tutor technology to implement adaptive support for student collaboration

Dejana Diziol, Erin Walker, Nikol Rummel & Kenneth R. Koedinger

89–102

Developing adaptive collaboration support: the example of an effective training for collaborative inferences

Anne Deiglmayr & Hans Spada

103–113

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