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International Journal of Educational Research

Volume 41, Number 3

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Table of Contents

Number of articles: 4

  1. Self-regulation and academic achievement and resilience: A longitudinal study

    Laura Nota, Salvatore Soresi & Barry J. Zimmerman

    There is a growing body of research indicating that students who can self-regulate cognitive, motivational, and behavioral aspects of their academic functioning are more effective as learners. We... More

    pp. 198-215

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  2. Nature and correlates of Ijime—Bullying in Japanese middle school

    Motoko Akiba

    While school bullying in Japan, Ijime, has been a topic of major public concern since the 1980s, few qualitative studies have been conducted to examine its nature and correlates. Through a case... More

    pp. 216-236

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  3. The moral, social and political responsibility of educational researchers: Resisting the current quest for certainty

    Ginette Delandshere

    In the last decade a number of national and international activities and public policies in the US have converged to prescribe a particular conception of educational research. Randomized control... More

    pp. 237-256

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  4. The effects of communication training on teachers’ and students’ verbal behaviours during cooperative learning

    Robyn M. Gillies

    The present study sought to compare the effects of training teachers in specific communication skills designed to promote thinking and scaffold learning on teachers’ and students’ verbal behaviours... More

    pp. 257-279

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