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Articles from Change: Transformations in Education 2001. Volume 4 No.1 and No.2 (ISSN 1441-9319)

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 17 of 17
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
Nov-2001Back matter-
Nov-2001Exploring 'convergence' within the research process: What informs interpretation?Harris, Catherine; Jimenez, Simon
Nov-2001The influence of school, teacher and teacher-school fit factors in affecting teachers' participation in continuing professional educationMok, Yan Fung
Nov-2001Teacher inquiry as professional development for the 21st century in the United States.Dana, Nancy Fichtman; Gimbert, Belinda G; Silva, Diane Yendol
Nov-2001Questions of professionalism: Erosion and reclamationLocke, Terry
Nov-2001Selves, social factors, school sites and the tricky issue of 'school effects'Yates, Lyn
Nov-2001Front matter and EditorialSachs, Judyth; Faculty of Education and Social Work
Nov-2001Managing educational change: Issues, actions and examplesCrump, Stephen; Ryan, Chris; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-2001The constitution, the 'nationhood power' and education before 1950Spaull, Andy
May-2001Who is Mary Ann? What is she? Re-reading her storyStephenson, Maxine S; Stephenson, Ati B
May-2001What's in a veil? : Discourses informing a study of lay sistersJack, Christine Trimingham
May-2001Religious first- teachers second': Catholic elementary schooling in nineteenth-century South AustraliaWhitehead, Kay
May-2001From a belief in 'biology as destiny' to an environmental perspective of mental health: The impact of the Canadian National Committee for Mental Hygiene on education in Ontario, Canada, 1920-1950Cavanagh, Sheila L
May-2001Diverting the flak: The response of the New Zealand Department of Education to curriculum controversyOpenshaw, Roger
May-2001A very big change': Transition from primary to academic high school in Newcastle, New South Wales, from the 1930s to the 1950sMay, Jo
May-2001The state high school in historyCampbell, Craig; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-2001Front matter and editorialCampbell, Craig; Theobald, Marjorie; Faculty of Education and Social Work
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 17 of 17