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The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education

Volume 33 Number 1, May 2005

Ongoing conversations about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research agendas and directions

     Martin Nakata

Self-recognition and well-being: speaking Aboriginal english in healthy classrooms

     Neil Harrison

Exploring effective teaching strategies: simulation case studies and Indigenous studies at the university level

     Heidi Norman

15 

Understanding social and legal justice issues for Aboriginal women within the context of an Indigenous Australian studies classroom: a problem-based learning approach

     Elizabeth Mackinlay, Kristy Thatcher & Camille Seldon

23 

Strategies for improving Indigenous financial literacy in schools

     MaryAnn Bin-Sallik, Isabella Adams & Siva Ram Vemuri

31 

Indigenous students and mathematics: teachers' perceptions of the role of teacher aides

     Elizabeth Warren, Tom J Cooper & Annette Baturo

37 

Sound-field amplification: enhancing the classroom listening environment for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children

     Robyn Massie, Deborah Theodoros, Bradley McPherson & Joseph Smaldino

47 

A visiting occupational therapy service to Indigenous children in school: results of a pilot project

     Alison Nelson & Heather Allison

55 

 

 

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
Aboriginal peoples
Social life and customs

Teaching Education

Volume 16 Number 1, March 2005

Education and imagination

     Kieran Egan and Geoff Madoc-Jones

1 

Imaginative transformation in teacher education

     Mark Fettes

3 

Vygotsky on imagination: why an understanding of the imagination is an important issue for school teachers

     Natalia Gajdamaschko

13 

Romantic understanding and science education

     Yannis Hadzigeorgiou

23 

Teaching responsible citizenship through imaginative narrative mythological structures

     Stefan Popenici

33 

Teaching literature as an ethic of care

     Monika B Hilder

41 

Imagination without images

     Concettina Manna and Giuliano Minichiello

51 

'Looking for sparks': a phenomenological study of educational practice and the imaginative lifeworld in primary schools

     Dave Trotman

61 

Language, discourse and teaching the language arts: the development of imaginative self-understanding

     Geoff Madoc-Jones

73 

Imagination and meta-linguistic awareness in the development of literacy

     Michael Herriman

81 

 

    

 

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British Journal of Religious Education

Volume 27 Number 2, May 2005

Editorial

     Brian Gates

99 

Children's right to religion and spirituality: legal, educational and practical perspectives

     Friedrich Schweitzer

103 

Challenges for self-assessment in religious education

     Nigel Fancourt

115 

Independent Christian schools and pupil values: an empirical investigation among 13–15-year-old boys

     Leslie J Francis

127 

Whose confession? Which tradition? (A preliminary critique of Penny Thompson, 2004)

     Peter Doble

143 

Whole-class interactive teaching and learning in religious education: transcripts from four primary classrooms

     Richard Eke, John Lee & Nick Clough

159 

Fascinating technology: computer games as an issue for religious education

     Christopher P Scholtz

173 

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Subject Headings

Great Britain
Religious education

Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice

Volume 12 Number 1, May 2005

Lost in translation: moving from principles to policy to practice in formative assessment

     Gordon Stobart

Formative assessment: a cybernetic viewpoint

     Bertil Roos & David Hamilton

'They don't give us our marks': the role of formative feedback in student progress

     Emma Smith & Stephen Gorard

21 

Prospects for the implementation of assessment for learning

     David Carless

39 

Travelling towards change in assessment: policy, practice and research in education

     Louise Hayward & Nicki Hedge

55

Assessment and examinations in Romania

     George Bethell & Roxana Mihail

77 

 

    

 

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Subject Headings

Assessment

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