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Issues in Educational Research

Contents of Volume 20, 2010


Number 3 IIER 20(3) was published on 9 December 2010. 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.

Roger Atkinson and Clare McBeath Editorial [HTML]
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ii-iv
Kathie Ardzejewska, Anne McMaugh and Pamela Coutts Delivering the primary curriculum: The use of subject specialist and generalist teachers in NSW [HTML]
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203-219
Scott Eacott Studying school leadership practice: A methodological discussion [HTML]
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220-233
Brian Hemmings and Russell Kay Journal ratings and the publications of Australian academics [HTML]
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234-243
Marcus Henning, Christian Krägeloh, Susan Hawken, Yipin Zhao and Iain Doherty Quality of life and motivation to learn: A study of medical students [HTML]
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244-256
Theresa Kidd and Elizabeth Kaczmarek The experiences of mothers home educating their children with autism spectrum disorder [HTML]
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257-275
Karen Murcia, Yvonne Haigh and Lindy Norris Learning from community service: Engaging Australia Tanzania Young Ambassadors with sustainability [HTML]
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276-293
Michelle Pearce, Jan Gray and Glenda Campbell-Evans Challenges of the secondary school context for inclusive teaching [HTML]
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294-313
Stephen Owen Book review: Re-theorizing discipline in education: Problems, politics & possibilities [HTML]
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314-315

Number 2 IIER 20(2) was published on 11 July 2010.

Meeri Hellstén Editorial [HTML]
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ii-iii
Robin Groves and Bridie Welsh The high school experience: What students say [HTML]
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87-104
Myint Swe Khine and Belinda Hayes Investigating women's ways of knowing: An exploratory study in the UAE [HTML]
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105-117
Suzanne Macqueen Primary teacher attitudes in achievement-based literacy classes [HTML]
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118-136
JaneMaree Maher and Jennifer Mitchell I'm not sure what to do! Learning experiences in the humanities and social sciences [HTML]
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137-148
Caroline F. Mansfield and Marold Wosnitza Motivation goals during adolescence: A cross-sectional perspective [HTML]
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149-165
Veronica Morcom and Wendy Cumming-Potvin Bullies and victims in a primary classroom: Scaffolding a collaborative community of practice [HTML]
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166-182
Marianne Turner and Farida Fozdar Dependency, partiality and the generation of research questions in refugee education [HTML]
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183-197
Joanna Brown Book review: Peaceful pedagogy: Teaching human rights through the curriculum [HTML]
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198-200
Prathiba Nagabhushan Book review: Teaching happiness and well-being in schools: Learning to ride elephants [HTML]
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200-202

Number 1 IIER 20(1) Special Edition: Service learning, Guest Editor Dr Anne Power, was published on 15 February 2010, constituting IIER's inaugural Special Edition.

Anne Power Editorial: Special issue on service learning [HTML]
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Barbara Holland Preface: Special issue on service learning [HTML]
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v-viii
Josephine Boland Teaching and learning through civic engagement: Prospects for sustainability in teacher education [HTML]
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1-20
Susanne Gannon Service learning as a third space in pre-service teacher education [HTML]
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21-28
Kari Knutson Miller and Amber M. Gonzalez Domestic and international service learning experiences: A comparative study of pre-service teacher outcomes [HTML]
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29-38
Timothy Murphy Conversations on engaged pedagogies, independent thinking skills and active citizenship [HTML]
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39-46
Loshini Naidoo Engaging the refugee community of Greater Western Sydney [HTML]
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47-56
Anne Power Community engagement as authentic learning: Sustainable change through reflection using professional teacher standards [HTML]
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57-63
Kathleen B. Wasserman Elementary teacher candidates' utilisation of service learning as methodology during their student teaching placements [HTML]
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64-75
Marshall Welch O.P.E.R.A.: A first-letter mnemonic and rubric for conceptualising and implementing service learning [HTML]
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76-82
Bronwyn Gallagher Book review: Doing collective biography [HTML]
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83-85


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