Παρασκευή, 30 Νοεμβρίου 2012

Economics of Education Review

Economics of Education Review


  Vol.31, n°6, 12/2012

  • The effects of high school math curriculum on college atte
  • ndance: Evidence from the NLSY97, Alison Aughinbaugh
  • Funding higher education and wage uncertainty: Income contingent loan versus mortgage loan, Giuseppe Migali
  • Does generosity beget generosity? Alumni giving and undergraduate financial aid Original Research Article, Jonathan Meer, Harvey S. Rosen
  • Federal policies, state responses, and community college outcomes: Testing an augmented Bennett hypothesis, Allison B. Frederick, Stephen J. Schmidt, Lewis S. Davis
  • The impact of educational mismatch on firm productivity: Evidence from linked panel data, Stephan Kampelmann, François Rycx
  • Every child matters? An evaluation of “Special Educational Needs” programmes in England, Francois Keslair, Eric Maurin, Sandra McNally
  • Do tuition fees affect enrollment behavior? Evidence from a ‘natural experiment’ in Germany, Malte Hübner
  • Adolescent drug use and the deterrent effect of school-imposed penalties, G.R. Waddell
  • Early to rise? The effect of daily start times on academic performance, Finley Edwards
  • The spatial geography of teacher labor markets: Evidence from a developing country, Miguel Jaramillo
  • College major choice and ability: Why is general ability not enough?, Tjaša Bartolj, Sašo Polanec
  • Sibling composition and child educational attainment: Evidence from native Amazonians in Bolivia, Wu Zeng, Eduardo A. Undurraga, Dan T.A. Eisenberg, Karla Rubio-Jovel, Victoria Reyes-García, Tsimane’ Amazonian Panel Study, Correo
  • Evidence on the efficacy of school-based incentives for healthy living, H.E. Cuffe, W.T. Harbaugh, J.M. Lindo, G. Musto, G.R. Waddell
  • Maternal work conditions and child development, Christina Felfe, Amy Hsin

  • Combination classes and educational achievement, Jaime L. Thomas
  • Strategic pay reform: A student outcomes-based evaluation of Denver's ProComp teacher pay initiative, Dan Goldhaber, Joe Walch
  • Choice of for-profit college, Anna S. Chung
  • Peer effects in college academic outcomes – Gender matters!,Carlena Cochi Ficano
  • High Schools That Work and college preparedness: Measuring the model's impact on mathematics and science pipeline progressionn, Luke C. Miller, Joel Mittleman
  • Peer effects and measurement error: The impact of sampling variation in school survey data (evidence from PISA), John Micklewright, Sylke V. Schnepf, Pedro N. Silva
  • Earnings benefits of Tulsa's pre-K program for different income groups, Timothy J. Bartik, William Gormley, Shirley Adelstein
  • University rankings in action? The importance of rankings and an excellence competition for university choice of high-ability students, Julia Horstschräer
  • Does competition improve public school efficiency? A spatial analysis, Kaustav Misra, Paul W. Grimes, Kevin E. Rogers
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    Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (JCAL)

    Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (JCAL)


     Vol.28, n°6, 12/ 2012

    • Enabling people who are blind to experience science inquiry learning through sound-based mediation, S.T. Levy and O. Lahav
    • Understanding the online information-seeking behaviours of young people: the role of networks of support, R. Eynon and L.-E. Malmberg
    • Using TPACK as a framework to understand teacher candidates' technology integration decisions, C.R. Graham, J. Borup and N.B. Smith
    • Learning at the digital frontier: a review of digital literacies in theory and practice, A. Littlejohn, H. Beetham and L. McGill
    • Supporting self-regulated learning in computer-based learning environments: systematic review of effects of scaffolding in the domain of science education, A. Devolder, J. van Braak and J. Tondeur
    • Dyslexic students in higher education and virtual learning environments: an exploratory study, L. Habib, G. Berget, F. E. Sandnes, N. Sanderson, P. Kahn, S. Fagernes and A. Olcay
     http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/%28ISSN%291365-2729

    Research Intelligence (RI)

    Research Intelligence (RI)


      n°118,  summer 2012

       Ethics and Emotions in Educational Research

    • Editorial: Guided or misguided?, Oancea
    • Research as Thought and Emotion in Researchers’ Learning, Neumann
    • The Nexus Between Emotional Labour and Ethical Practice in Educational Research, Jarzabkowski
    • Doctoral Journey: The emotional roller coaster of a lone mother and a lone researcher, Bibi-Nawaz
    • Ethics and Action Research, Erler
    • Ambition, Boredom, Friendship and Love: What they tell us about research ethics, Macfarlane
    • Some Thoughts on Ethics Review and Contemporary Ethical Concerns in Research in Education, Sikes
    • The Ethics of Qualitative Research in the Classroom, Rea
    • The Ethics of Consent and Classroom-based Research, Hutchison
    • Human Ethics, Ethnography, Education and the Issue of Power, Whelen
    • Managing the Emotion of Collaboration: The only way is ethics, Georgeson
    • Educational Research Needs ‘Fire in the Belly’, Bassey
     http://www.bera.ac.uk/publications/research-intelligence/2012

    European Journal for Research on the Education and Learning of Adults (RELA)

    European Journal for Research on the Education and Learning of Adults (RELA)

      Vol.3, n°2, 10/2012

     The effects of policies for the education and learning of adults - from 'adult education' to 'lifelong learning', from 'emancipation' to 'empowerment'

    • Editorial: The effects of policies for the education and learning of adults - from 'adult education' to 'lifelong learning', from 'emancipation' to 'empowerment', Danny Wildemeersch and Henning Salling Olesen
    • Political globalization and the shift from adult education to lifelong learning, Marcella Milana
    • From lifelong education to lifelong learning: Discussion of some effects of today's neoliberal policies, Rosanna Barros
    • Discursive turns from 'Bildung' to managerialism: Memory-work of the Finnish adult education generations, Karin Filander
    • Subordinating careers to market forces? A critical analysis of European career guidance policy, Ingela Bergmo-Prvulovic
     http://www.rela.ep.liu.se/issues/10.3384rela.2000-7426.201232/10.3384rela.2000-7426.201232.pdf

    School Leadership & Management

    School Leadership & Management


       Vol.32, n°5, 11/2012

    • Tensions and dilemmas in leading Australia's schools, David Gurr & Lawrie Drysdale
    • Drowning or waving? Coping strategies among Scottish head teachers, John MacBeath, Jim O'Brien & Peter Gronn
    • Should leadership talent management in schools also include the management of self-belief?, Christopher Rhodes
    • Principalship in an Indonesian school context: can principal decision-making styles significantly predict teacher job satisfaction?, Hasan Hariri, Richard Monypenny & Murray Prideaux
    • Independent state-funded schools: some reflections on recent developments, Christopher Chapman & Maija Salokangas
    • Lessons from crisis recovery in schools: how hurricanes impacted schools, families and the community, Holly Howat, Nikki Curtis, Shauna Landry, Kara Farmer, Tobias Kroll & Jill Douglass
    • Instructional leadership in Indonesian school reform: overcoming the problems to move forward, Francesco Sofo, Robert Fitzgerald & Umiati Jawas
    • Symbolic leadership and leadership culture in one unified comprehensive school in Finland, Tapio Juhani Lahtero & Mika Risku
     http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cslm20/32/5

    Policy Futures in Education

    Policy Futures in Education


      Vol.10, n°5, novembre 2012
      The School in the Plural and Divided Society

    • Introduction: The School in the Plural and Divided Society, Joanne Hughes & Caitlin Donnelly
    • Faith Schools: democracy, human rights and social cohesion, Gerald Grace
    • Catholic Schools and Sectarianism in Scotland: educational places and the production and negotiation of urban space, John Flint
    • Faith Schools and the Plural Society: exploring notions of diversity in school provision in England, Andrew B. Morris
    • Sharing Classes between Separate Schools: a mechanism for improving inter-group relations in Northern Ireland? , Joanne Hughes, Simon Lolliot, Miles Hewstone, Katharina Schmid & Karen Carlisle
    • Defending Identity and Ethos: an analysis of teacher perceptions of school collaboration in Northern Ireland, Caitlin Donnelly
    • Teachers’ ‘Contact’ at the Integrated Bilingual Schools in Israel, Zvi Bekerman
    • Anger and Political Culture: a time for outrage!, Michael A. Peters
    • Complementary Evaluation: the development of a conceptual framework to integrate external and internal evaluation in the New Zealand school context, Carol Mutch
    • The Wisdom of Sages: nuclear physics education, knowledge-inquiry, and wisdom-inquiry, Alan Cottey
     http://www.wwwords.co.uk/pfie/content/pdfs/10/issue10_5.asp

    American Journal of Education (AJE)

    American Journal of Education (AJE)


      Vol.119, n°1, 11/2012

      Social networks

    • Social Networks in Education: Exploring the Social Side of the Reform Equation, Nienke M. Moolenaar and Alan J. Daly
    • A Social Network Perspective on Teacher Collaboration in Schools: Theory, Methodology, and Applications, Nienke M. Moolenaar
    • Mind the Gap: Organizational Learning and Improvement in an Underperforming Urban System, Kara S. Finnigan and Alan J. Daly
    • An Exploratory Analysis of Formal School Leaders’ Positioning in Instructional Advice and Information Networks in Elementary Schools, James P. Spillane and Chong Min Kim
    • Using Social Network Analysis to Study How Collegial Interactions Can Augment Teacher Learning from External Professional Development, William R. Penuel, Min Sun, Kenneth A. Frank, and H. Alix Gallagher
    • Supporting Sustainability: Teachers’ Advice Networks and Ambitious Instructional Reform, Cynthia E. Coburn, Jennifer L. Russell, Julia Heath Kaufman, and Mary Kay Stein
    • Social Networks in “Nested Learning Organizations”—a Commentary, Lauren B. Resnick and Jimmy Scherrer
    • Teacher Agency in Educational Reform: Lessons from Social Networks Research, Amanda Datnow
     http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/667854

    Πέμπτη, 29 Νοεμβρίου 2012

    Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research (SERJ)

    Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research (SERJ)


      Vol.56, n°6, 12/2012

    • Parents' Role in Adolescents' Educational Expectations, Laura Rimkute, Riikka Hirvonen, Asko Tolvanen, Kaisa Aunola & Jari-Erik Nurmi
    • Naturally-Occurring Comprehension Strategies Instruction in 9th-Grade Language Arts Classrooms, Øistein Anmarkrud & Ivar Bråten
    • Cross Informant Agreement of Behavioral and Emotional Strengths between Finnish Students and Teachers, Erkko T. Sointu, Hannu Savolainen, Kristiina Lappalainen & Michael H. Epstein
    • Gender Segregation Within Different Educational Levels: Austrian and Finnish Trends in the Light of Educational Reform, Irene Prix
    • Sociology of Education: Outlines Towards a Diagnosis and Thoughts on Some Major Challenges, Unn-Doris Karlsen Bæck
    • Leading and Supporting the Implementation of the Norwegian Network of Health Promoting Schools, Nina Grieg Viig, Elisabeth Fosse, Oddrun Samdal & Bente Wold
     http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/csje20/56/6

    Journal of Curriculum Studies

    Journal of Curriculum Studies


      Vol.44, n°5, 12/ 2012

    • Policy networks and boundary objects: Enacting curriculum reform in the absence of consensus, Indira Banner, Jim Donnelly & Jim Ryder
    • ‘You’ve got to teach people that racism is wrong and then they won’t be racist’: Curricular representations and young people’s understandings of ‘race’ and racism, Audrey Bryan
    • Economic wellbeing: Critical reflections upon policy and practice in English primary schools, Howard Gibson
    • Building Potemkin schools: Science curriculum reform in a STEM school, Tang Wee Teo
    • Curriculum-making in pre-vocational education in the lower secondary school: A regional comparative analysis within Europe, Susanne Berger, Roy Canning, Michael Dolan, SŁAWOMIR Kurek, Matthias Pilz & Tomasz Rachwał
    • Curriculum change and climate change: Inside outside pressures in higher education, Shireen J. Fahey
    http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tcus20/44/5

    Journal of Education Policy (JEP)

    Journal of Education Policy (JEP)


      Vol.27, n°6, 12/2012

    • Education policy racialisations: Afrocentric schools, Islamic schools, and the new enunciations of equity, Kalervo N. Gulson & P. Taylor Webb
    • Relays and relations: tracking a policy initiative for improving teacher professionalism, Jenny Reeves & Valerie Drew
    • Safety in numbers? Middle-class parents and social mix in London primary schools Kim James Vowden
    • Overcoming resistance to change: PISA, school reform in Germany and the example of Lower Saxony, Sigrid Hartong
    • Recognition of prior learning (RPL) policy in Australian higher education: the dynamics of position-taking, Tim Pitman & Lesley Vidovich
    • Centrifugal schooling: third sector policy networks and the reassembling of curriculum policy in England, Ben Williamson
    • The new compulsory schooling age policy in NSW, Australia: ethnicity, ability and gender considerations, Carol Reid & Helen Young
    • Contested discourses of teacher professionalism: current tensions between education policy and teachers’ union, Sølvi Mausethagen & Lise Granlund
    • Professionalism and partnership: panaceas for teacher education in Scotland?, Aileen Kennedy & Robert Doherty
    • Truth telling in Foucault and Arendt: parrhesia, the pariah and academics in dark times, Maria Tamboukou
     http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tedp20/27/6

    Cambridge Journal of Education

    Cambridge Journal of Education


      Vol.42, n°3, 11/2012

      The Capability Approach and Education

     
    • The capability approach and education, Caroline Sarojini Hart
    • Sen and the art of educational maintenance: evidencing a capability, as opposed to an effectiveness, approach to schooling, Anthony Kelly
    • Capabilities and the global challenges of girls’ school enrolment and women’s literacy, John Cameron
    • Inequality, capabilities and poverty in four African countries: girls’ voice, schooling, and strategies for institutional change, Elaine Unterhalter
    • Putting Nussbaum’s Capability Approach to work: re-visiting inclusion, Nicki Hedge & Alison MacKenzie
    • ‘Delivering’ education; maintaining inequality. The case of children with disabilities in Afghanistan, Jean-Francois Trani, Parul Bakhshi & Anand Nandipati
    • Choosing a life one has reason to value: the role of the arts in fostering capability development in four small urban high schools, Cindy Maguire, Corinne Donovan, Jacob Mishook, Genevieve de Gaillande & Ivonne Garcia
    • Educational leadership and the Capabilities Approach: evidence from Ghana, Michael Fertig
    • Childcare, children and capability, Hazel R. Wright
    • Individual freedom and institutional frameworks in development, Nicholas Allen
     http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ccje20/current

    Language and Education

    Language and Education


       vol.26, n°6, 12/2012

    • Towards new ideologies and pedagogies of multilingualism: innovations in interdisciplinary language education in Luxembourg, Haley De Korne
    • Space, scale and languages: identity construction of cross-boundary students in a multilingual university in Hong Kong, Mingyue Michelle Gu & Ho Kin Tong
    • Co-constructing bilingual learning: an equal exchange of strategies between complementary and mainstream teachers, Charmian Kenner & Mahera Ruby
    • An analysis of non-native English-speaking graduate teaching assistants’ online journal entries, Burcu Ates & Zohreh R. Eslami
    • Ways with words: teachers’ personal epistemologies of the role of metalanguage in the teaching of poetry writing, Anthony Wilson & Debra Ann Myhill
     http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rlae20/26/6

    Higher Education

    Higher Education
     

      Vol.64, n°6, 12/2012
     
    • Examining the role of authenticity in supporting the development of professional identity: an example from teacher education, Louise Sutherland, Lina Markauskaite
    • Is there a gap between students’ preference and university presidents’ concern over college ranking indicators?: a case study of “College Navigator in Taiwan”, Angela Yung-Chi Hou, Robert Morse, Yueh-jen E. Shao
    • Developmental patterns of privatization in higher education: a comparative study, Laleh Jamshidi, Hamidreza Arasteh, Abdolrahim NavehEbrahim
    • Did they sell their soul to the devil? Some comparative case-studies on academic entrepreneurs in the life sciences in Europe, Giancarlo Provasi, Flaminio Squazzoni, Beatrice Tosio
    • Tuition fees and the challenge of making higher education a popular commodity in South Africa, Gerald Wangenge-Ouma
    • Re-situation challenges for international students ‘becoming’ researchers, Margaret Franken
    • Graduateness: an empirical examination of the formative function of university education, J. M. Steur, E. P. W. A. Jansen, W. H. A. Hofman
    • Recasting the academic workforce: why the attractiveness of the academic profession needs to be increased and eight possible strategies for how to go about this from an Australian perspective, Hamish Coates, Leo Goedegebuure
    • Exploring emotion in the higher education workplace: capturing contrasting perspectives using Q methodology, Charlotte Woods
    • Mutual recognition of quality assurance decisions on higher education institutions in three regions: a lesson for Asia, Angela Yung-Chi Hou
     http://link.springer.com/journal/10734/64/6/page/1

    Educational Research

    Educational Research


      Vol.54, n°4, novembre 2012

    • Teenagers’ web questions compared with a sexuality curriculum: an exploration, Juliette D. G. Goldman & Lisa E. McCutchen
    • More than canons: teacher knowledge and the literary domain of the secondary English curriculum, John Gordon
    • Teaching assistants’ roles in daily mathematics lessons, Jenny Houssart
    • Teachers’ professional development: a theoretical review, May Britt Postholm
    • Flemish primary teachers’ use of school performance feedback and the relationship with school characteristics, Jan Vanhoof, Goedele Verhaeghe, Peter Van Petegem & Martin Valcke
    • Intercultural education? An analysis of Cypriot educational policy, Christina Hajisoteriou
    • Mastery goal, value and self-concept: what do they predict?, Alexander S. Yeung, Rhonda G. Craven & Gurvinder Kaur
     http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rere20/54/4

    Educational Studies in Mathematics

    Educational Studies in Mathematics


       Vol.81, n°3, novembre 2012

    • Developing fluency in the mathematical register through conversation in a tenth-grade classroom, Codruta Temple, Helen M. Doerr
    • Situated learning in an abstract algebra classroom, Cindy S. Ticknor
    • A case study of one instructor’s lecture-based teaching of proof in abstract algebra: making sense of her pedagogical moves, Timothy Patrick Fukawa-Connelly
    • Absolute value inequalities: high school students’ solutions and misconceptions, Nava Almog, Bat-Sheva Ilany
    • Students’ understanding of the general notion of a function of two variables, Rafael Martínez-Planell, María Trigueros Gaisman
    • Unpacking understanding: the (re)search for the Holy Grail of mathematics education, Anna Llewellyn 
    http://link.springer.com/journal/10649/81/3/page/1

    Revista Iberoamericana de Educación

    Revista Iberoamericana de Educación


      N° 60, septembre-décembre 2012

       Entornos Virtuales de Aprendizaje en Iberoamérica

     
    • Eduardo Díaz y Joaquín Asenjo, Presentación
    • José Sánchez Santamaría, Pablo Sánchez-Antolín y Francisco Javier Ramos Pardo, Usos pedagógicos de Moodle en la docencia universitaria desde la perspectiva de los estudiantes
    • Cristina Menéndez Vega, Mediadores y mediadoras del aprendizaje. Competencias docentes en los entornos virtuales de aprendizaje
    • Jesús Valverde Berrocoso, Francisco Ignacio Revuelta Domínguez y María Rosa Fernández Sánchez, Modelos de evaluación por competencias a través de un sistema de gestión de aprendizaje. Experiencias en la formación inicial del profesorado
    • Maribel Santos Miranda-Pinto, Modelo de Análise de Interacções para comunidades de prática online
    • Iris Linhares Pimenta e outros, Utilização das ferramentas de um ambiente virtual: um estudo sob a perspectivada prática docente
    • María Cristina López de la Madrid y otros, Análisis de una experiencia de entornos virtuales de aprendizaje en educación superior: El Programa de Cursos en Línea del Centro Universitario del Sur de la Universidad de Guadalajara, México
    • Ricardo F. Peña, Implementación de los entornos virtuales de aprendizaje en cursos de capacitación docente
    • José Vicente Lafuente y otros, Entorno virtual de aprendizaje eValpa. Un proyecto de b-learning con vocación de futuro
    • Rosa Mayo Cuellar y Luis Joyanes Aguilar, dace, un modelo de aplicación de entornos virtuales de aprendizaje para la transferencia de conocimiento entre centros de formación profesional y empresas
    • Janaina de Oliveira y otros, Meandros de la interacción: Desafíos del uso pedagógico de los entornos virtuales 3D
    • Soraya Calvo González, Entornos personales de aprendizaje en red: relación y reflexión dialéctico-didáctica a partir de plataformas virtuales
    • Inés Gil-Jaurena y Daniel Domínguez Figaredo, Open Social Learning y educación superior. Oportunidades y retos
     http://www.rieoei.org/rie_contenedor.php?numero=rie60

    International Journal of Science Education (IJSE)

    International Journal of Science Education (IJSE)


       Vol.34, n°18, décembre 2012

    • Leisure and Pleasure: Science events in unusual locations, Karen Bultitude & Ana Margarida Sardo
    • Lessons with Living Harvest Mice: An empirical study of their effects on intrinsic motivation and knowledge acquisition, Matthias Wilde, Jona Samuel Hußmann, Simone Lorenzen, Annika Meyer & Christoph Randler
    • Major Strands in Scientific Inquiry through Cluster Analysis of Research Abstracts, Yi-Fen Yeh, Tsung-Hau Jen & Ying-Shao Hsu
    • Student Conceptions of Ionic Bonding: Patterns of thinking across three European contexts, Keith S. Taber, Georgios Tsaparlis & Canan Nakiboğlu
    • Nature of Technology: Implications for design, development, and enactment of technological tools in school science classrooms, Noemi Waight & Fouad Abd-El-Khalick
     http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tsed20/34/18

    International Journal of Science Education (IJSE)

    International Journal of Science Education (IJSE)


      Vol.34, n°17, novembre 2012

    • Inquiry-Based Science Education Competencies of Primary School Teachers: A literature study and critical review of the American National Science Education Standards, Ester Alake-Tuenter, Harm J.A. Biemans, Hilde Tobi, Arjen E.J. Wals, Ida Oosterheert & Martin Mulder
    • A Perspective on the Intended Science Curriculum in Iceland and its ‘Transformation’ over a Period of 50 Years, Meyvant Thorolfsson, Gunnar E. Finnbogason & Allyson Macdonald
    • Apprenticeships, Collaboration and Scientific Discovery in Academic Field Studies, Derek Scott Madden, Diane J. Grayson, Erinn H. Madden, Antoni V. Milewski & Cathy Ann Snyder
    • Assessing Students' Understanding of Macroevolution: Concerns regarding the validity of the MUM, Laura R. Novick & Kefyn M. Catley
    • Diagnosing Portuguese Students' Misconceptions about the Mineral Concept, António Monteiro, Clévio Nóbrega, Isabel Abrantes & Celeste Gomes
    • From Teaching Physics to Teaching Children: Beginning teachers learning from pupils, Morag Findlay & Tom G.K. Bryce
    • Learning Through Constructing Representations in Science: A framework of representational construction affordances, Vaughan Prain & Russell Tytler
     http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tsed20/34/17

    Journal of School Health

    Journal of School Health


      Vol.82, n°12, novembre 2012

     
    • Self-Injury Among Early Adolescents: Identifying Segments Protected and at Risk, Moya L. Alfonso and Ravneet Kaur
    • SNAP Participation in Preschool-Aged Children and Prevalence of Overweight and Obesity, Shannon Simmons, Jeffrey L. Alexander, Helen Ewing and Stephanie Whetzel
    • Physical Activity and BMI: Evidence From the Panel Study of Income Dynamics Child Development Supplement, Caroline W. Hohensee and Mary A. Nies
    • A Modified Obesity Proneness Model Predicts Adolescent Weight Concerns and Inability to Self-Regulate Eating, Jen Nickelson, Carol A. Bryant, Robert J. McDermott, Eric R. Buhi and Rita D. DeBate
    • Promoting Healthy Lifestyle Behaviors: The Heart Smart Discussion Activity, Judith R. McCalla, Cheryl L. Juarez, Lúcia E. Williams, Judy Brown, Katie Chipungu and Patrice G. Saab
    • Bring Food and Culture to the Classroom, Gina Pazzaglia and Christine Williams
     http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/josh.2012.82.issue-12/issuetoc

    The Internet and Higher Education

    The Internet and Higher Education


       Vol.16, n°1, janvier 2013

     
    • Comparing a large- and small-scale online language course: An examination of teacher and learner perceptions, Victoria Russell, Wesley Curtis
    • Online interaction arrangements on quality of online interactions performed by diverse learners across disciplines, Fengfeng Ke
    • Understanding management students' reflective practice through blogging, Gihan Osman, Joyce Hwee Ling Koh
    • Strengthening the research-practice nexus: A special issue as a springboard for building the capacity of teacher education institutions in Asia Original, Cher Ping Lim
    • A structural equation model of predictors of online learning retention, Youngju Lee, Jaeho Choi
    • Scholars and faculty members' lived experiences in online social networks, George Veletsianos, Royce Kimmons
    • A study of the effects of goal orientation on the reflective ability of electronic portfolio users, Gary Cheng, Juliana Chau
    • Gender divide and acceptance of collaborative Web 2.0 applications for learning in higher education, Wen-Hao David Huang, Denice Ward Hood, Sun Joo Yoo
    • Student–student online coaching: Conceptualizing an emerging learning activity, Stefan Hrastinski, Stefan Stenbom
    • University students' online academic help seeking: The role of self-regulation and information commitments, Kun-Hung Cheng, Jyh-Chong Liang, Chin-Chung Tsai
    • From ‘hello’ to higher-order thinking: The effect of coaching and feedback on online chats, David S. Stein, Constance E. Wanstreet, Paula Slagle, Lynn A. Trinko, Michelle Lutz
     http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/10967516

    Curriculum inquiry

    Curriculum inquiry


      Vol.42, n°5, décembre 2012

     
    • Critical Studies and Curriculum Reform: Trailers and Clips, Dennis Thiessen
    • From Gouldner to Gramsci: The Making of Michael Apple's Ideology and Curriculum, Isaac Gottesman
    • But How Do We Talk About It?: Critical Literacy Practices for Addressing Sexuality With Youth, Catherine Ashcraft
    • Limiting Opportunities to Learn in Upper-Secondary Schooling: Differentiation and Performance Assessment in the Context of Standards-Based Curriculum Reform, Lisl Fenwick
    • Governing Suzhi and Curriculum Reform in Rural Ethnic China: Viewpoints From the Miao and Dong Communities in Qiandongnan, Jinting Wu
    http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/curi.2012.42.issue-5/issuetoc

    Journal of Research in Science Teaching (JRST)

    Journal of Research in Science Teaching (JRST)


      Vol.49, n°10, décembre 2012

     
    • Pedagogical content knowledge as reflected in teacher–student interactions: Analysis of two video cases, Alicia C. Alonzo, Mareike Kobarg and Tina Seidel
    • Assessment as learning: Enhancing discourse, understanding, and achievement in innovative science curricula, Daniel T. Hickey, Gita Taasoobshirazi and Dionne Cross
    • From the contribution to the action approach: White teachers' experiences influencing the development of multicultural science curricula, Regina L. Suriel and Mary M. Atwater
    • Separating the research question from the laboratory techniques: Advancing high-school biology teachers' ability to ask research questions, Eilat Hasson and Anat Yarden
    • International assessment: A Rasch model and teachers' evaluation of TIMSS science achievement items, Shawn M. Glynn
     http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/tea.v49.10/issuetoc

    Notes du CREN

    Notes du CREN

      N°12, novembre 2012

      Les enseignants du premier degré face à la politique de la performance


    http://www.cren.univ-nantes.fr/.../com.univ.collaboratif.utils.LectureFichiergw?CODE_FICHIER=1352884952951&ID_FICHE=531745

    Net.Doc

    Net.Doc


      N°102, novembre 2012

      Prévenir le décrochage scolaire et organiser les collaborations dans l'académie de Clermont-Ferrand


     http://www.cereq.fr/index.php/publications/Net.Doc/Prevenir-le-decrochage-scolaire-et-organiser-les-collaborations-dans-l-academie-de-Clermont-Ferrand

    Note d'analyse

    Note d'analyse


      N° 302, novembre 2012

       Le service public de l'orientation tout au long de la vie


     http://www.strategie.gouv.fr/content/service-public-orientation-na302

    Παρασκευή, 23 Νοεμβρίου 2012

    Learning from NCLB: School Responses to Accountability Pressure and Student Subgroup Performance

    Learning from NCLB: School Responses to Accountability Pressure and Student Subgroup Performance


      Elliot H. Weinbaum, Michael J. Weiss and Jessica K. Beaver

       Consortium for Policy Research in Education

       10/2012

     http://cpre.org/learning-nclb-school-responses-accountability-pressure-and-student-subgroup-performance

    Ready for Success: Creating Collaborative and Thoughtful Transitions into Kindergarten

    Ready for Success: Creating Collaborative and Thoughtful Transitions into Kindergarten


       Christine Patton, Senior Research Analyst Justina Wang, Graduate Research Assistant

      Harvard Graduate School of Education

      09/2012

     http://www.hfrp.org/publications-resources/browse-our-publications/ready-for-success-creating-collaborative-and-thoughtful-transitions-into-kindergarten

    Looking Beyond the Numbers: Stakeholders and Multiple School Accountability

    Looking Beyond the Numbers: Stakeholders and Multiple School Accountability


      Edith Hooge, Tracey Burns, Harald Wilkoszewski

       OCDE

       10/2012

     http://www.oecd-ilibrary.org/fr/education/looking-beyond-the-numbers-stakeholders-and-multiple-school-accountability_5k91dl7ct6q6-en

    Making the difference : the impact of staff qualifications on children's learning in early years

    Making the difference : the impact of staff qualifications on children's learning in early years


      Education Scotland

      Education Scotland

      11/2012

    http://www.educationscotland.gov.uk/inspectionandreview/Images/Making%20the%20Difference_tcm4-735922.pdf

    Enseignement scolaire : rapport législatif

    Enseignement scolaire : rapport législatif 
     

      Christian Eckert;Carole Delga
      France : Assemblée nationale

      11/2012

    http://www.assemblee-nationale.fr/14/budget/plf2013/b0251-tiii-a26.asp

    Audit du pilotage et de l'organisation de la fonction formation dans les universités

    Audit du pilotage et de l'organisation de la fonction formation dans les universités


      Claudine Peretti, Bernard Bétant, Marc Foucault, Annie Galicher, Jean-Pierre Lacoste, Françoise Monti, Marie-France Ponsot, Thierry Simon.

       Inspection générale de l’administration de l’Éducation nationale et de la Recherche

      09/2012

     http://cache.media.enseignementsup-recherche.gouv.fr/file/2012/80/8/2012-085_Fonction_formation_227808.pdf

    Rapport annuel 2011 de l'Inspection générale des bibliothèques

    Rapport annuel 2011 de l'Inspection générale des bibliothèques
     

      Ministère de l'enseignement supérieur et de la recherche

       04/2012

    http://cache.media.enseignementsup-recherche.gouv.fr/file/Rapports/22/4/Rapport_annuel_IGB_2011_Version_validee_215224.pdf

    Rapport de la mission nationale d'évaluation de l'opération Campus

    Rapport de la mission nationale d'évaluation de l'opération Campus


      Roland Peylet, et al.

      Ministère de l'enseignement supérieur et de la recherche

      10/2012

     http://cache.media.enseignementsup-recherche.gouv.fr/file/Ministre/35/7/Rapport_Peylet_231357.pdf

    Rapport d'information sur la politique de santé à l'école

    Rapport d'information sur la politique de santé à l'école


      Xavier BRETON et Martine PINVILLE

       Assemblée nationale

      11/2012

     http://www.assemblee-nationale.fr/14/rap-info/i0350.asp

    Revista de Educación a Distancia (RED)

    Revista de Educación a Distancia (RED)


      N° 33, octobre 2012

      Número especial monográfico sobre vídeojuegos y aprendizaje

    • Presentación, Mª Esther del Moral Pérez
    • Evaluación y diseño de videojuegos: generando objetos de aprendizaje en comunidades de práctica, Mª Esther del Moral Pérez, Lourdes Villalustre Martínez, Rocío Yuste Tosina y Graciela Esnaola
    • Videojuegos y Redes Sociales. El proceso de identidad en Los Sims 3, Sara Cortés Gómez, María Ruth García Pernía y Pilar Lacasa
    • Videojuegos y diversidad: construyendo una comunidad de práctica en el aula, Natalia Monjelat y Laura Méndez
    • Comunidades virtuales de videojugadores: Comportamiento emocional y social en Poupée Girl, Mª Esther del Moral Pérez y Laura Carlota Fernández García
    • ¿Qué aprendo con videojuegos? Una perspectiva de meta-aprendizaje del videojugador, Francisco Ignacio Revuelta Domínguez y Jorge Guerra Antequera
    • Desarrollo de competencias a través de los videojuegos deportivos: alfabetización digital e identidad, Héctor del Castillo, David Herrero, Ana Belén García Varela, Mirian Checa y Natalia Monjelat
    •  
    •  http://www.um.es/ead/red/33/

    Formation et pratiques d’enseignement en questions

    Formation et pratiques d’enseignement en questions

      N°14, 2012

       Pratiques de recherche dans les institutions de formation des enseignant-e-s

      Dossier
    - Bernard Wentzel et Elisabette Pagnossin: Présentation du numéro
    - Kurt Häfeli et Mireille Audéoud: Lien en la recherche et l’enseignement dans les Hautes écoles pédagogiques suisses
    - Kurt Häfeli et Mireille Audéoud: Verbindung von Forschung und Lehrer an Schweizer Pädagogischen Hochschulen
    - Marguerite Altet: Comment articuler Formation et Recherche: l’exemple des apports des recherches du Réseau OPEN sur les pratiques enseignantes à la formation des enseignants
    - Abdeljalil Akkari et Bernard Wentzel: L’enseignement comme profession ancrée dans la recherche: difficultés et perspectives
    Bernard Wentzel: Intégration de la recherche dans le processus de professionnalisation de l’enseignement
    - Laura Weiss, Anne Monnier et Sandra Pellanda Dieci: Réflexion sur la double casquette de formateur et de chercheur: le cas d’un dispositif de formation à la déontologie professionnelle enseignante
    - Georges-Alain Schertenleib, Marcelo Giglio et Stéphanie Boéchat-Heer: Trois approches méthodologiques orientées sur la profession enseignante: quelques réflexions sur la posture de formateur - chercheur
    - Richard Etienne: Le master de formation de formateurs, une occasion pour «faire équipe»: le cas de Montpellier, une voie vers la recherche coopérative
    - Marcelo Giglio et Anne-Nelly Perret-Clermont: Prédire, agir, observer. Une méthodologie pour développer séquences pédagogiques et savoirs professionnels
    - Marco Allenbach: Formateur et chercheur: synergies, défis et réflexions épistémologiques
    - Caroline Dayer et Maryvonne Charmillot: La démarche compréhensive comme moyen de construire une identité de la recherche dans les institutions de formation
    Varia
    - Aline Galland, Raphaël Pasquini et Katja De Carlo: La mise en oeuvre d’un dispositif «Learning study» en classe avec des enseignants primaires: une première expérience en Suisse
    - René Barioni: Formation initiale et enseignement des mathématiques: regard sur le travail de l’étudiant-stagiaire par le formateur en institution et le formateur de terrain
    - Franca Armi et Elisabetta Pagnossin: Travail en équipe: représentations et pratiques des enseignant-e-s romand-e-s
    - Remy Villemin: Etat des lieux de la recherche dans les institutions de formation de Suisse romande et du Tessin

     http://www.revuedeshep.ch/site-fpeq/Site_FPEQ/14.html

    Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (JCAL)

    Journal of Computer Assisted Learning (JCAL)


      Vol.28, n°6, décembre 2012

    • Enabling people who are blind to experience science inquiry learning through sound-based mediation, S.T. Levy and O. Lahav
    • Understanding the online information-seeking behaviours of young people: the role of networks of support, R. Eynon and L.-E. Malmberg
    • Using TPACK as a framework to understand teacher candidates' technology integration decisions, C.R. Graham, J. Borup and N.B. Smith
    • Learning at the digital frontier: a review of digital literacies in theory and practice, A. Littlejohn, H. Beetham and L. McGill
    • Supporting self-regulated learning in computer-based learning environments: systematic review of effects of scaffolding in the domain of science education, A. Devolder, J. van Braak and J. Tondeur
    • Dyslexic students in higher education and virtual learning environments: an exploratory study, L. Habib, G. Berget, F. E. Sandnes, N. Sanderson, P. Kahn, S. Fagernes and A. Olcay
     http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journal/10.1111/%28ISSN%291365-2729

    Research Intelligence (RI)

    Research Intelligence (RI)


       n°118, été 2012

      Ethics and Emotions in Educational Research

    • Editorial: Guided or misguided?, Oancea
    • Research as Thought and Emotion in Researchers’ Learning, Neumann
    • The Nexus Between Emotional Labour and Ethical Practice in Educational Research, Jarzabkowski
    • Doctoral Journey: The emotional roller coaster of a lone mother and a lone researcher, Bibi-Nawaz
    • Ethics and Action Research, Erler
    • Ambition, Boredom, Friendship and Love: What they tell us about research ethics, Macfarlane
    • Some Thoughts on Ethics Review and Contemporary Ethical Concerns in Research in Education, Sikes
    • The Ethics of Qualitative Research in the Classroom, Rea
    • The Ethics of Consent and Classroom-based Research, Hutchison
    • Human Ethics, Ethnography, Education and the Issue of Power, Whelen
    • Managing the Emotion of Collaboration: The only way is ethics, Georgeson
    • Educational Research Needs ‘Fire in the Belly’, Bassey
     http://www.bera.ac.uk/publications/research-intelligence/2012

    European Journal for Research on the Education and Learning of Adults (RELA)

    European Journal for Research on the Education and Learning of Adults (RELA)


      Vol.3, n°2, octobre 2012

      The effects of policies for the education and learning of adults - from 'adult education' to 'lifelong learning', from 'emancipation' to 'empowerment'

    • Editorial: The effects of policies for the education and learning of adults - from 'adult education' to 'lifelong learning', from 'emancipation' to 'empowerment', Danny Wildemeersch and Henning Salling Olesen
    • Political globalization and the shift from adult education to lifelong learning, Marcella Milana
    • From lifelong education to lifelong learning: Discussion of some effects of today's neoliberal policies, Rosanna Barros
    • Discursive turns from 'Bildung' to managerialism: Memory-work of the Finnish adult education generations, Karin Filander
    • Subordinating careers to market forces? A critical analysis of European career guidance policy, Ingela Bergmo-Prvulovic
     http://www.rela.ep.liu.se/issues/10.3384rela.2000-7426.201232/10.3384rela.2000-7426.201232.pdf

    School Leadership & Management

    School Leadership & Management


       Vol.32, n°5, novembre 2012

    • Tensions and dilemmas in leading Australia's schools, David Gurr & Lawrie Drysdale
    • Drowning or waving? Coping strategies among Scottish head teachers, John MacBeath, Jim O'Brien & Peter Gronn
    • Should leadership talent management in schools also include the management of self-belief?, Christopher Rhodes
    • Principalship in an Indonesian school context: can principal decision-making styles significantly predict teacher job satisfaction?, Hasan Hariri, Richard Monypenny & Murray Prideaux
    • Independent state-funded schools: some reflections on recent developments, Christopher Chapman & Maija Salokangas
    • Lessons from crisis recovery in schools: how hurricanes impacted schools, families and the community, Holly Howat, Nikki Curtis, Shauna Landry, Kara Farmer, Tobias Kroll & Jill Douglass
    • Instructional leadership in Indonesian school reform: overcoming the problems to move forward, Francesco Sofo, Robert Fitzgerald & Umiati Jawas
    • Symbolic leadership and leadership culture in one unified comprehensive school in Finland, Tapio Juhani Lahtero & Mika Risku
     http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/cslm20/32/5

    Policy Futures in Education

    Policy Futures in Education


      Vol.10, n°5, novembre 2012

      The School in the Plural and Divided Society

    • Introduction: The School in the Plural and Divided Society, Joanne Hughes & Caitlin Donnelly
    • Faith Schools: democracy, human rights and social cohesion, Gerald Grace
    • Catholic Schools and Sectarianism in Scotland: educational places and the production and negotiation of urban space, John Flint
    • Faith Schools and the Plural Society: exploring notions of diversity in school provision in England, Andrew B. Morris
    • Sharing Classes between Separate Schools: a mechanism for improving inter-group relations in Northern Ireland? , Joanne Hughes, Simon Lolliot, Miles Hewstone, Katharina Schmid & Karen Carlisle
    • Defending Identity and Ethos: an analysis of teacher perceptions of school collaboration in Northern Ireland, Caitlin Donnelly
    • Teachers’ ‘Contact’ at the Integrated Bilingual Schools in Israel, Zvi Bekerman
    • Anger and Political Culture: a time for outrage!, Michael A. Peters
    • Complementary Evaluation: the development of a conceptual framework to integrate external and internal evaluation in the New Zealand school context, Carol Mutch
    • The Wisdom of Sages: nuclear physics education, knowledge-inquiry, and wisdom-inquiry, Alan Cottey
     http://www.wwwords.co.uk/pfie/content/pdfs/10/issue10_5.asp

    American Journal of Education (AJE)

    American Journal of Education (AJE)


     Vol.119, n°1, novembre 2012
      
    Social networks

    • Social Networks in Education: Exploring the Social Side of the Reform Equation, Nienke M. Moolenaar and Alan J. Daly
    • A Social Network Perspective on Teacher Collaboration in Schools: Theory, Methodology, and Applications, Nienke M. Moolenaar
    • Mind the Gap: Organizational Learning and Improvement in an Underperforming Urban System, Kara S. Finnigan and Alan J. Daly
    • An Exploratory Analysis of Formal School Leaders’ Positioning in Instructional Advice and Information Networks in Elementary Schools, James P. Spillane and Chong Min Kim
    • Using Social Network Analysis to Study How Collegial Interactions Can Augment Teacher Learning from External Professional Development, William R. Penuel, Min Sun, Kenneth A. Frank, and H. Alix Gallagher
    • Supporting Sustainability: Teachers’ Advice Networks and Ambitious Instructional Reform, Cynthia E. Coburn, Jennifer L. Russell, Julia Heath Kaufman, and Mary Kay Stein
    • Social Networks in “Nested Learning Organizations”—a Commentary, Lauren B. Resnick and Jimmy Scherrer
    • Teacher Agency in Educational Reform: Lessons from Social Networks Research, Amanda Datnow
     http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.1086/667854

    Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research (SERJ)

    Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research (SERJ)


      Vol.56, n°6, décembre 2012

    • Parents' Role in Adolescents' Educational Expectations, Laura Rimkute, Riikka Hirvonen, Asko Tolvanen, Kaisa Aunola & Jari-Erik Nurmi
    • Naturally-Occurring Comprehension Strategies Instruction in 9th-Grade Language Arts Classrooms, Øistein Anmarkrud & Ivar Bråten
    • Cross Informant Agreement of Behavioral and Emotional Strengths between Finnish Students and Teachers, Erkko T. Sointu, Hannu Savolainen, Kristiina Lappalainen & Michael H. Epstein
    • Gender Segregation Within Different Educational Levels: Austrian and Finnish Trends in the Light of Educational Reform, Irene Prix
    • Sociology of Education: Outlines Towards a Diagnosis and Thoughts on Some Major Challenges, Unn-Doris Karlsen Bæck
    • Leading and Supporting the Implementation of the Norwegian Network of Health Promoting Schools, Nina Grieg Viig, Elisabeth Fosse, Oddrun Samdal & Bente Wold
     http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/csje20/56/6

    Journal of Curriculum Studies

    Journal of Curriculum Studies


      Vol.44, n°5, novembre 2012

    • Policy networks and boundary objects: Enacting curriculum reform in the absence of consensus, Indira Banner, Jim Donnelly & Jim Ryder
    • ‘You’ve got to teach people that racism is wrong and then they won’t be racist’: Curricular representations and young people’s understandings of ‘race’ and racism, Audrey Bryan
    • Economic wellbeing: Critical reflections upon policy and practice in English primary schools, Howard Gibson
    • Building Potemkin schools: Science curriculum reform in a STEM school, Tang Wee Teo
    • Curriculum-making in pre-vocational education in the lower secondary school: A regional comparative analysis within Europe, Susanne Berger, Roy Canning, Michael Dolan, SŁAWOMIR Kurek, Matthias Pilz & Tomasz Rachwał
    • Curriculum change and climate change: Inside outside pressures in higher education, Shireen J. Fahey
     http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tcus20/44/5

    Journal of Education Policy (JEP)

    Journal of Education Policy (JEP)


       Vol.27, n°5, octobre 2012

      What Would a Socially Just Education System Look Like?

    • What would a socially just education system look like?, Becky Francis & Martin Mills
    • What would a socially just education system look like?: saving the minnows from the pike, Diane Reay
    • The importance of teaching: pedagogical constraints and possibilities in working-class schools, Ruth Lupton & Amelia Hempel-Jorgensen
    • Can critical democracy last? Porto Alegre and the struggle over ‘thick’ democracy in education, Luis Armando Gandin & Michael W. Apple
    • Re-engaging marginalised young people in learning: the contribution of informal learning and community-based collaborations, Debra Hayes
    • Why joy in education is an issue for socially just policies, Morwenna Griffiths
    • Building on the best generation: building teacher quality as a facilitator of social justice, Stephen Twigg
    • What would a socially just education system look like?, Lisa Nandy
    • Just education, Raewyn Connell
    • Public science and participatory policy development: reclaiming policy as a democratic project, Michelle Fine, Jennifer Ayala & Mayida Zaal
     http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/tedp20/27/5

    European Journal of Education : Research, Development and Policy

    European Journal of Education : Research, Development and Policy


      Vol.47, n°3, septembe 2012

      The Bologna Process Revisited

     
    • Editorial, Barbara M. Kehm
    • The Bologna Process in Italy, Gabriele Ballarino and Loris Perotti
    • The Transformation of the European Educational Discourse in the Balkans, Aristotelis Zmas
    • Bologna 2010. The Moment of Truth?, Amélia Veiga
    • Academic Understandings of and Responses to Bologna: a three-country perspective, Cristina Sin
    • The Shifting Relationship between Vocational and Higher Education in France and Germany: towards convergence?, Justin J. W. Powell, Lukas Graf, Nadine Bernhard, Laurence Coutrot and Annick Kieffer
    • Fulfilling a European Vision through Flexible Learning and Choice, Margaret S. G. Harris
    • Evaluation Tools in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA): an assessment for evaluating the competences of the Final Year Project in the social sciences, Joan Mateo, Anna Escofet, Francesc Martínez-Olmo, Javier Ventura and Dimitrios Vlachopoulos
    • Universities and a Human Development Ethics: a capabilities approach to curriculum, Melanie Walker
    • Developing Generic Competences in the European Higher Education Area: a proposal for teaching the principles of economics, Manuel Salas Velasco, María Teresa Sánchez Martínez and Noelina Rodríguez Ferrero
     http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/ejed.2012.47.issue-3/issuetoc

    Cambridge Journal of Education

    Cambridge Journal of Education


      Vol.42, n°3, novembre 2012

      The Capability Approach and Education

    • The capability approach and education, Caroline Sarojini Hart
    • Sen and the art of educational maintenance: evidencing a capability, as opposed to an effectiveness, approach to schooling, Anthony Kelly
    • Capabilities and the global challenges of girls’ school enrolment and women’s literacy, John Cameron
    • Inequality, capabilities and poverty in four African countries: girls’ voice, schooling, and strategies for institutional change, Elaine Unterhalter
    • Putting Nussbaum’s Capability Approach to work: re-visiting inclusion, Nicki Hedge & Alison MacKenzie
    • ‘Delivering’ education; maintaining inequality. The case of children with disabilities in Afghanistan, Jean-Francois Trani, Parul Bakhshi & Anand Nandipati
    • Choosing a life one has reason to value: the role of the arts in fostering capability development in four small urban high schools, Cindy Maguire, Corinne Donovan, Jacob Mishook, Genevieve de Gaillande & Ivonne Garcia
    • Educational leadership and the Capabilities Approach: evidence from Ghana, Michael Fertig
    • Childcare, children and capability, Hazel R. Wright
    • Individual freedom and institutional frameworks in development, Nicholas Allen
     http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/ccje20/42/3

    Language and Education

    Language and Education


      vol.26, n°6, novembre 2012

    • Towards new ideologies and pedagogies of multilingualism: innovations in interdisciplinary language education in Luxembourg, Haley De Korne
    • Space, scale and languages: identity construction of cross-boundary students in a multilingual university in Hong Kong, Mingyue Michelle Gu & Ho Kin Tong
    • Co-constructing bilingual learning: an equal exchange of strategies between complementary and mainstream teachers, Charmian Kenner & Mahera Ruby
    • An analysis of non-native English-speaking graduate teaching assistants’ online journal entries, Burcu Ates & Zohreh R. Eslami
    • Ways with words: teachers’ personal epistemologies of the role of metalanguage in the teaching of poetry writing, Anthony Wilson & Debra Ann Myhill
    http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rlae20/26/6

    Higher Education

    Higher Education


      Vol.64, n°6, décembre 2012

    • Examining the role of authenticity in supporting the development of professional identity: an example from teacher education, Louise Sutherland, Lina Markauskaite
    • Is there a gap between students’ preference and university presidents’ concern over college ranking indicators?: a case study of “College Navigator in Taiwan”, Angela Yung-Chi Hou, Robert Morse, Yueh-jen E. Shao
    • Developmental patterns of privatization in higher education: a comparative study, Laleh Jamshidi, Hamidreza Arasteh, Abdolrahim NavehEbrahim
    • Did they sell their soul to the devil? Some comparative case-studies on academic entrepreneurs in the life sciences in Europe, Giancarlo Provasi, Flaminio Squazzoni, Beatrice Tosio
    • Tuition fees and the challenge of making higher education a popular commodity in South Africa, Gerald Wangenge-Ouma
    • Re-situation challenges for international students ‘becoming’ researchers, Margaret Franken
    • Graduateness: an empirical examination of the formative function of university education, J. M. Steur, E. P. W. A. Jansen, W. H. A. Hofman
    • Recasting the academic workforce: why the attractiveness of the academic profession needs to be increased and eight possible strategies for how to go about this from an Australian perspective, Hamish Coates, Leo Goedegebuure
    • Exploring emotion in the higher education workplace: capturing contrasting perspectives using Q methodology, Charlotte Woods
    • Mutual recognition of quality assurance decisions on higher education institutions in three regions: a lesson for Asia, Angela Yung-Chi Hou
     http://link.springer.com/journal/10734/64/6/page/1

    Educational Research

    Educational Research


       Vol.54, n°4, novembre 2012

    • Teenagers’ web questions compared with a sexuality curriculum: an exploration, Juliette D. G. Goldman & Lisa E. McCutchen
    • More than canons: teacher knowledge and the literary domain of the secondary English curriculum, John Gordon
    • Teaching assistants’ roles in daily mathematics lessons, Jenny Houssart
    • Teachers’ professional development: a theoretical review, May Britt Postholm
    • Flemish primary teachers’ use of school performance feedback and the relationship with school characteristics, Jan Vanhoof, Goedele Verhaeghe, Peter Van Petegem & Martin Valcke
    • Intercultural education? An analysis of Cypriot educational policy, Christina Hajisoteriou
    • Mastery goal, value and self-concept: what do they predict?, Alexander S. Yeung, Rhonda G. Craven & Gurvinder Kaur
     http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/rere20/54/4

    Educational Studies in Mathematics

    Educational Studies in Mathematics


       Vol.81, n°3, novembre 2012

    • Developing fluency in the mathematical register through conversation in a tenth-grade classroom, Codruta Temple, Helen M. Doerr
    • Situated learning in an abstract algebra classroom, Cindy S. Ticknor
    • A case study of one instructor’s lecture-based teaching of proof in abstract algebra: making sense of her pedagogical moves, Timothy Patrick Fukawa-Connelly
    • Absolute value inequalities: high school students’ solutions and misconceptions, Nava Almog, Bat-Sheva Ilany
    • Students’ understanding of the general notion of a function of two variables, Rafael Martínez-Planell, María Trigueros Gaisman
    • Unpacking understanding: the (re)search for the Holy Grail of mathematics education, Anna Llewellyn 
     http://link.springer.com/journal/10649/81/3/page/1

    Economics of Education Review

    Economics of Education Review


      Vol.31, n°6, décembre 2012
     
    • The effects of high school math curriculum on college atte
    • ndance: Evidence from the NLSY97, Alison Aughinbaugh
    • Funding higher education and wage uncertainty: Income contingent loan versus mortgage loan, Giuseppe Migali
    • Does generosity beget generosity? Alumni giving and undergraduate financial aid Original Research Article, Jonathan Meer, Harvey S. Rosen
    • Federal policies, state responses, and community college outcomes: Testing an augmented Bennett hypothesis, Allison B. Frederick, Stephen J. Schmidt, Lewis S. Davis
    • The impact of educational mismatch on firm productivity: Evidence from linked panel data, Stephan Kampelmann, François Rycx
    • Every child matters? An evaluation of “Special Educational Needs” programmes in England, Francois Keslair, Eric Maurin, Sandra McNally
    • Do tuition fees affect enrollment behavior? Evidence from a ‘natural experiment’ in Germany, Malte Hübner
    • Adolescent drug use and the deterrent effect of school-imposed penalties, G.R. Waddell
    • Early to rise? The effect of daily start times on academic performance, Finley Edwards
    • The spatial geography of teacher labor markets: Evidence from a developing country, Miguel Jaramillo
    • College major choice and ability: Why is general ability not enough?, Tjaša Bartolj, Sašo Polanec
    • Sibling composition and child educational attainment: Evidence from native Amazonians in Bolivia, Wu Zeng, Eduardo A. Undurraga, Dan T.A. Eisenberg, Karla Rubio-Jovel, Victoria Reyes-García, Tsimane’ Amazonian Panel Study, Correo
    • Evidence on the efficacy of school-based incentives for healthy living, H.E. Cuffe, W.T. Harbaugh, J.M. Lindo, G. Musto, G.R. Waddell
    • Maternal work conditions and child development, Christina Felfe, Amy Hsin
  • Combination classes and educational achievement, Jaime L. Thomas
  • Strategic pay reform: A student outcomes-based evaluation of Denver's ProComp teacher pay initiative, Dan Goldhaber, Joe Walch
  • Choice of for-profit college, Anna S. Chung
  • Peer effects in college academic outcomes – Gender matters!,Carlena Cochi Ficano
  • High Schools That Work and college preparedness: Measuring the model's impact on mathematics and science pipeline progressionn, Luke C. Miller, Joel Mittleman
  • Peer effects and measurement error: The impact of sampling variation in school survey data (evidence from PISA), John Micklewright, Sylke V. Schnepf, Pedro N. Silva
  • Earnings benefits of Tulsa's pre-K program for different income groups, Timothy J. Bartik, William Gormley, Shirley Adelstein
  • University rankings in action? The importance of rankings and an excellence competition for university choice of high-ability students, Julia Horstschräer
  • Does competition improve public school efficiency? A spatial analysis, Kaustav Misra, Paul W. Grimes, Kevin E. Rogers
  •  
  •  http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/02727757/31/6

    Πέμπτη, 22 Νοεμβρίου 2012

    Εθνικό Κέντρο Τεκμηρίωσης

    Εθνικό Κέντρο Τεκμηρίωσης | ΕΙΕ
    ΕΚΘΕΣΗ ΔΡΑΣΤΗΡΙΟΤΗΤΩΝ
    2010
    2011

    http://www.ekt.gr/about/reports/annual_report_ekt_2010_11.pdf

    Δευτέρα, 19 Νοεμβρίου 2012

    Emerging researchers' comference (EERA)

    EERA, European Educational Research Association and Bahcesehir University Istanbul, Turkey, invite Educational Researchers to submit proposals for the European Conference on Educational Research 2013. The conference theme will provide a focus for keynote addresses and invited events. Proposals for contributions are welcome from all fields of educational research.
    Participants are invited to submit up to two abstracts for papers, posters, research workshops, round tables and symposia. All proposals must be handed in electronically via the online submission platform 'Conftool'. PhD students and emerging researchers are invited to submit proposals to the Emerging Researchers' Group in order to participate in the Emerging Researchers' Conference.
    ECER is the annual conference held by the European Educational Research Association (EERA). It welcomes 2.500 scholars each year, representing views and research traditions from all parts of Europe.

    CONFERENCE THEME: "CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION IN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH"
    National governments and the European Union see innovation as increasingly important for the development of the 21st century knowledge society. It may contribute to economic prosperity as well as to social and individual wellbeing and may, therefore, be an essential factor for creating a more competitive and dynamic European society. In the effort to manage the challenges facing societies and economies, political agencies and systems expect educational research, the social sciences and humanities to find solutions for developing creative and innovative education as a means to foster creative competences and innovative skills among the next generation. [...]

    Παρασκευή, 16 Νοεμβρίου 2012

    3o σεμινάριο Νοέμβρης 2012 - video


    Εισηγήτρια: Σοφία ΣταύρουΔιδάκτορας του Πανεπιστημίου Aix-Marseille.
    Θέμα:  Η πολιτική επαγγελματικοποίησης των προγραμμάτων σπουδών και το εργαλείο της αξιολόγησης. Η περίπτωση του γαλλικού πανεπιστημίου.

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    Πέμπτη, 15 Νοεμβρίου 2012

    Note d'information


       n° 12.17, novembre 2012

       Coût de l'éducation en 2011 - Évaluation provisoire du compte

    http://www.enseignementsup-recherche.gouv.fr/cid66122/cout-de-l-education-en-2011-evaluation-provisoire-du-compte.html

    Cahiers pédagogiques

    Cahiers pédagogiques


      n°500, novembre 2012

     Apprendre au XXIème siècle

    http://www.cahiers-pedagogiques.com/spip.php?article8088

    Diversité Ville-École-Intégration

    Diversité Ville-École-Intégration


      N°170, octobre 2012

      Premiers pas dans la vie, premiers pas dans le ville

    http://www2.cndp.fr/vei/

    STICEF - Sciences et Technologies de l'Information et de la Commmunication pour l'Éducation et la Formation

    STICEF - Sciences et Technologies de l'Information et de la Commmunication pour l'Éducation et la Formation


      Vol.19, 2012

    http://sticef.univ-lemans.fr/

    Congrès AREF 2013

    Congrès AREF 2013


    Date :  du 27-08-2013 au 30-08-2013

    Lieu :  Montpellier

    Organisation : 
    AECSE (Association des Enseignants et des Chercheurs en Sciences de l’Éducation)
    SSRE (Société Suisse pour la Recherche en Éducation)
    ABC-Educ (Association belge des chercheurs en Éducation)

    Programme : 
    Comme pour chaque édition triennale, des symposiums courts ou longs, des communications en ateliers, des posters et des conférences plénières viendront éclairer l'actualité en éducation et formation.
    Date limite de soumission des contributions : 1er février 2013.

    URL :  http://www.lirdef.univ-montp2.fr/

    NEETs

    Young people not in employment,
    education or training: Characteristics,
    costs and policy responses in Europe

    http://www.elemedu.upatras.gr/index.php?section=589&itemid691=749&secondary=963

    Κυριακή, 11 Νοεμβρίου 2012

    Effective Slide Design for Academic Presentations

    Ένα βίντεο που εστιάζει στα ελκυστικά στοιχεία μιας ακαδημαϊκής παρουσίασης
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iF9_XmAqxJY&noredirect=1

    Σάββατο, 10 Νοεμβρίου 2012

    3o σεμινάριο Νοέμβρης 2012 - φωτογραφίες

    Εισηγήτρια: Σοφία ΣταύρουΔιδάκτορας του Πανεπιστημίου Aix-Marseille.
    Θέμα:  Η πολιτική επαγγελματικοποίησης των προγραμμάτων σπουδών και το εργαλείο της αξιολόγησης. Η περίπτωση του γαλλικού πανεπιστημίου.

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    Εισηγήτρια: Κυριακή Αθανασούλη, ερευνήτρια του ΚΕΠΕ.

    Θέμα:

     "Η μετάβαση των πτυχιούχων ανώτατης εκπαίδευσης στην αγορά εργασίας: μεθοδολογία έρευνας και αποτελέσματα από τις έρευνες στους πτυχιούχους του ΕΜΠ, των Φιλοσοφικών Σχολών και της ειδικής έρευνας εργατικού δυναμικού για τη μετάβαση στην αγορά εργασίας".

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