Δευτέρα, 29 Νοεμβρίου 2010

British Educational Research Journal (BERJ)

British Educational Research Journal (BERJ)

Vol. 36, n°6, décembre 2010



* Cultural distance, mindfulness and passive xenophobia: using Integrated Threat Theory to explore home higher education students' perspectives on 'internationalisation at home', Neil Harrison, Nicola Peacock
* Chasing improved pupil performance: the impact of policy change on school educators' perceptions of their professional identity, the case of further change in English schools, Linda Hammersley-Fletcher, Anne Qualter
* Part and parcel of teaching? Secondary school staff's views on supporting student emotional health and well-being, Judi Kidger, David Gunnell, Lucy Biddle, Rona Campbell, Jenny Donovan
* Governing education through data: Scotland, England and the European education policy space, Sotiria Grek, Jenny Ozga
* Understanding public attitudes in Britain towards faith schools, Ben Clements
* Changes in parental involvement in secondary education: an exploration study using the longitudinal study of young people in England, Eleni Skaliotis
* Doing student voice work in higher education: an exploration of the value of participatory methods, Jane Seale
* Out-of-school learning: the uneven distribution of school provision and local authority support, Chris Taylor, Sally Power, Gareth Rees

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