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International Journal of Educational Research

2005 Volume 43, Number 6

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Number of articles: 4

  1. The impact of Greek University students’ perceptions of their learning environment on approaches to studying and academic outcomes

    E. Karagiannopoulou & P. Christodoulides

    The relationship between university students’ perceptions of their academic environment, their approaches to study, and academic outcomes was investigated for first and fourth-final year students. ... More

    pp. 329-350

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  2. Gender and wealth disparities in schooling: Evidence from 44 countries

    Deon Filmer

    This paper uses internationally comparable household data sets (Demographic and Health Surveys) to investigate how gender and wealth interact to generate within-country inequalities in educational ... More

    pp. 351-369

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  3. Introducing a VLE into campus-based undergraduate teaching: Staff perspectives on its impact on teaching

    Celayne Heaton-Shrestha, Palitha Edirisingha, Linda Burke & Tim Linsey

    This paper discusses the impact of the introduction of a virtual learning environment (VLE) on teaching practices within a new university in the UK, and explores the factors that have encouraged or... More

    pp. 370-386

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  4. The paradox of reducing class size and improving learning outcomes

    John Hattie

    This paper addresses four questions: What are the effects of reducing class size? How important are these effects? How can we explain these effects? and How can we improve the outcomes when class... More

    pp. 387-425

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