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Articles from Change: Transformations in Education 2002. Volume 5 No.1 and No.2 (ISSN 1441-9319)

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 18 of 18
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Nov-2002Back Matter-
Nov-2002Front Matter and EditorialSachs, Judyth; Faculty of Education and Social Work
Nov-2002Examining HSC English - questions and answersRosser, Garry
Nov-2002Language games played in the processes of co-constructionMoller, Jorunn; Spindler, John
Nov-2002Revolutionary leadership, education systems and new times: More of the same or time for a real change?Cranston, Neil
Nov-2002Exploring adolescent personal and social gender stereotypes about maths: An explanation for continued gender differences in participation?Watt, Helen M. G; Faculty of Education and Social Work
Nov-2002Disposed to succeed: A realist discourse on progress at schoolNash, Roy
Nov-2002Higher education research in China: Past, present, and prospectPan, Maoyuan; Li, Jun; Chen, Xiaohong
Nov-2002The knowledge building school: From the outside in, from the inside outGroundwater-Smith, Susan; Mockler, Nicole; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-2002Back Matter-
May-2002Front Matter and EditorialCampbell, Craig; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-2002The disciplines in Australian education: Their share of the research output 1984-1998Holbrook, Allyson; Findlay, Margaret
Mar-2002Comparative and International Education: A personal accountJones, Phillip W; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-2002Philosophy of Education: Challenges, initiatives and prospectsO'Loughlin, Marjorie; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-2002The Sociology of Education: A personal viewYoung, Robert; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-2002The History of Education: The possibility of survivalCampbell, Craig; Sherington, Geoffrey; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-2002Educational Psychology: Advances in learning, cognition and motivationWalker, Richard A; Debus, Raymond L; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-2002Curriculum Studies: StorylinesSmith, David; Ewing, Robyn; Faculty of Education and Social Work
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 18 of 18