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International Journal of Educational Research

Volume 43, Number 3

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Epistemological understanding and the development of intellectual values

    Deanna Kuhn & Seung-Ho Park

    We propose a concept of intellectual values as (a) shared within a group and defined by the extent to which intellectual engagement is regarded as worthwhile to the group's interests, (b) supported... More

    pp. 111-124

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  2. Private and public schooling in low-income areas of Lagos State, Nigeria: A census and comparative survey

    James Tooley, Pauline Dixon & Olanrewaju Olaniyan

    A census and survey of schools in selected poor areas of Lagos State explored the nature and extent of private education, and compared inputs to public and private schooling. Of all schools (71%)... More

    pp. 125-146

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  3. Job satisfaction variance among public and private kindergarten school teachers in Cyprus

    Elena C. Papanastasiou & Michalinos Zembylas

    The main purpose of this study is to compare the differences in job satisfaction among public and private kindergarten school teachers in Cyprus. These comparisons take place from the perspectives ... More

    pp. 147-167

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  4. Relational agency: Learning to be a resourceful practitioner

    Anne Edwards

    Professional practice is usually seen as developed and enacted within specific institutional settings. However, new forms of practice are being required which call for a capacity to work with other... More

    pp. 168-182

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  5. Students’ accounts of their participation in an intensive long-term learning community

    Anneli Eteläpelto, Karen Littleton, Jaana Lahti & Sini Wirtanen

    Collaborative learning environments have been analysed extensively, yet we know relatively little about how students experience their participation in long-term learning communities where learners ... More

    pp. 183-207

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