Πέμπτη, 8 Σεπτεμβρίου 2016

Educational Research

Educational Research


 Vol. 58, n°3, 9/ 2016


  • The support group approach in the Dutch KiVa anti-bullying programme: effects on victimisation, defending and well-being at school, Rozemarijn van der Ploeg, Christian Steglich & René Veenstra
  • Name writing ability not length of name is predictive of future academic attainment, Lee T. Copping, Helen Cramman, Sarah Gott, Helen Gray & Peter Tymms
  • Adaptation in the transition to school: perspectives of parents, preschool and primary school teachers, Karla Correia & Alexandra Marques-Pinto
  • Conceptualising school-community relations in disadvantaged neighbourhoods: mapping the literature, Kirstin Kerr, Alan Dyson & Frances Gallannaugh
  • Knowledge outside the box – sustainable development education in Swedish schools, Per Gyberg & Håkan Löfgren
  • Agents of aspiration: the (often unintended) benefits to university students working in outreach programmes, Michele J. Fleming & Diana M. Grace
  • ‘Come in with an open mind’: changing attitudes towards mathematics in primary teacher education, Mairéad Hourigan, Aisling M. Leavy & Claire Carroll


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