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Issues in Educational Research

Contents of Volume 19, 2009

This is IIER's second open access, online only volume, following the retirement of the printed version which was advised in Editorial 17(2), 2007. Readers are invited to select file format, window width, font and font size to suit their personal preferences for screen reading comfort. For environmental sustainability purposes, we endeavour to make screen-only reading as attractive as we can.

Number 1 IIER 19(1) was published on 30 April 2009.

Clare McBeath Editorial [HTML]
John Buchanan Where are they now? Ex-teachers tell their life-work stories [HTML]
Brian Hemmings and Doug Hill The development of lecturer research expertise: Towards a unifying model [HTML]
Brian Hemmings and Russell Kay LANNA tests and the prediction of Year 10 English and Mathematics results [HTML]
Bruce Johnson, Anna M. Sullivan and David Williams A one-eyed look at classroom life: Using new technologies to enrich classroom based research [HTML]
Noella M Mackenzie and Lorraine M Ling The research journey: A Lonely Planet approach [HTML]
John R. Slate, Kimberly LaPrairie, Don P. Schulte and Anthony J. Onwuegbuzie A mixed analysis of college students' best and poorest college professors [HTML]
Scott Eacott Book review: Passionate leadership in education [HTML]

Number 2 IIER 19(2) was published on 30 July 2009.

Clare McBeath and Roger Atkinson Editorial [HTML]
Lorenzo Cherubini Reconciling the tensions of new teachers' socialisation into school culture: A review of the research [HTML]
Siew Lian Chua, Angela F. L. Wong & Der-Thanq Chen An instrument for investigating Chinese language learning environments in Singapore secondary schools [HTML]
Hope Pius Nudzor A critical commentary on combined methods approach to researching educational and social issues [HTML]
Coral Pepper Problem based learning in science [HTML]
Mary Ryan Making visible the coding process: Using qualitative data software in a post-structural study [HTML]
Icarbord Tshabangu The challenge of researching violent societies: Navigating complexities in ethnography [HTML]
Zhang Baicheng Do example sentences work in direct vocabulary learning? [HTML]
Vicki Parkes Book review: Write ways: Modelling writing forms [HTML]

Number 3 IIER 19(3) was published on 29 Nov 2009.

Eva Dobozy and Meeri Hellsten Editorial [HTML]
Susan Beltman Educators' motivation for continuing professional learning [HTML]
Janet R. M. Cooper, Jean T. Walker, Karen Winters, P. Renée Williams, Rebecca Askew and Jennifer C. Robinson Nursing students' perceptions of bullying behaviours by classmates [HTML]
Sue Harrison and Vaughan Prain Self-regulated learning in junior secondary English [HTML]
Brian Hemmings and Russell Kay Lecturer self efficacy: Its related dimensions and the influence of gender and qualifications [HTML]
Ivar Nordmo and Akylina Samara The study experiences of the high achievers in a competitive academic environment: A cost of success? [HTML]
Jacqueline I. Wilson A two factor model of performance approach goals in student motivation for starting medical school [HTML]
Lisa Knezevic Book review: Multiple literacies theory. A Deleuzian perspective [HTML]

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