Δευτέρα, 16 Δεκεμβρίου 2013

British Journal of Educational Studies (BJES)

British Journal of Educational Studies (BJES)


  Vol.61,n°4, décembre 2013

 
  • Editorial: Teacher Education, James Arthur
  • The Journey Travelled: A View of Two Settings a Decade Apart, John Parry, Jonathan Rix, Kieron Sheehy & Katy Simmons
  • Fred Clarke’s Ideals of Liberal Democracy: State and Community in Education, Hsiao-Yuh Ku
  • The Origins of Critical Theory in Education: Fabian Socialism as Social Reconstructionism in Nineteenth-Century Britain, James A. McKernan
  • A Professional Learning Community for the New Teacher Professionalism: The Case of a State-Led Initiative in Singapore Schools, Daphnee Lee & Wing On Lee
  • Educating for Good Work: From Research to Practice, Daniel Mucinskas & Howard Gardner
  • The Professional Status of Educational Research: Professionalism and Developmentalism in Twenty-First-Century Working Life, Linda Evans
  • The Routledge international handbook of religious education, Liam Gearon
  • 14–18: a new vision for secondary education, David Raffe
  • Education policy, John Howlett
  • Clifton College: foundation to evacuation, Stephen Parker
  • Overcoming exclusion: social justice through education, Sarah Parsons
  • Counting them in: isolated bilingual learners in schools, Jean Conteh
  • Studying education: an introduction to the key disciplines in education studies, Ioanna Palaiologou
  • The method of shared concern: a positive approach to bullying in schools, Neil Duncan
  • England’s citizenship education experiment: state, school and student perspectives, Chris Waller
  • Understanding White privilege: creating pathways to authentic relationships across race, David Gillborn
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