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An electronic journal for leaders in education
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Tables of contents

Sociology of Education

Volume 78 Number 1, May 2005

Organizational environments and the emergence of charter schools in the United States

     Linda A Renzulli


Tracking students' effort and academic achievement

     William Carbonaro


Military service in the Vietnam era and educational attainment

     Jay Teachman


School shootings as organizational deviance

     Cybell Fox and David J Harding


Key Learning Areas

Studies of Society and Environment

Subject Headings

Educational sociology

Mathematics Education Research Journal

Volume 16 Number 1, May 2005

Teaching mathematics thematically: Teachers' perspectives

     Boris Handel & Janette Bobis

Are different students expected to learn norms differently in the mathematics classroom?

     Núria Planas & Núria Gorgorió


Strategies employed by upper secondary students for overcoming or exploiting conditions affecting accessibility of applications tasks

     Gloria Stillman


Reflections on Skemp's contributions to mathematical education - A review of intelligence, learning and understanding in mathematics: A tribute to Richard Skemp Edited by David Tall & Mike Thomas

     John Gough







Key Learning Areas


Subject Headings

Mathematics teaching
Education research

Journal of Vocational Education and Training

Volume 55 Number 4, May 2005

Transforming learning cultures in further education

     Phil Hodkinson & David James


Going underground? Learning and assessment in an ambiguous space

     David James & Kim Diment


'Doing the business': paradox and irony in vocational education - GNVQ business studies as a case in point

     Madeleine Walhberg & Denis Gleeson


Similarities and differences amongst learning sites in four further education colleges in England, and some implications for the transformation of learning cultures

     Keith Postlethwaite & Wendy Maull


Learning as becoming in vocational education and training: class, gender and the role of vocational habitus

     Helen Colley, David James, Michael Tedder & Kim Diment


Reflections and experiences of further education research in practice

     Graham Anderson, Sue Barton & Madeleine Wahlberg


Becoming vocational: insights from two vocational courses in a further education college

     Jenifer Davies & Michael Tedder



Subject Headings

VET (Vocational Education and Training)
Transitions in schooling

Journal of Research in Science Teaching

Volume 42 Number 2, May 2005

What counts as knowing: Constructing a communicative repertoire for student demonstration of knowledge in science

     Teresa Crawford


Comparison of two concept-mapping techniques: Implications for scoring, interpretation, and use

     Yue Yin, Jim Vanides, Maria Araceli Ruiz-Primo, Carlos C Ayala, and Richard J Shavelson


Toward implementing distributed scaffolding: Helping students learn science from design

     Sadhana Puntambekar & Janet L Kolodner


Substantive-level theory of highly regarded secondary biology teachers' science teaching orientations

     Patricia Meis Friedrichsen & Thomas M Dana







Key Learning Areas


Subject Headings

Science teaching

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