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International Journal of Educational Research

2018 Volume 91, Number 1

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Number of articles: 5

  1. Developing and validating the International Development and Early Learning Assessment (IDELA)

    Lauren Pisani, Save the Children, United States, University College London (UCL); Ivelina Borisova, UNICEF; Amy Jo Dowd, Save the Children, United States

    Evidence about the importance of stimulation and learning in childhood has been mounting in recent years, culminating with the inclusion of early childhood development in the 2015 Sustainable... More

    pp. 1-15

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  2. Characteristics associated with paper-based and online reading in Ireland: Findings from PIRLS and ePIRLS 2016

    Lorraine Gilleece & Eemer Eivers

    Online reading necessitates the use of both similar and different skills to traditional paper-based reading. Therefore, some overlap is likely in the background and attitudinal factors associated... More

    pp. 16-27

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  3. Cross-Cultural Collaborative Inquiry: A Collective Case Study with Students from China and the US

    Hiller A. Spires & Casey Medlock Paul, College of Education, United States; Marie Himes, The Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, United States; Chang Yuan, College of Education, United States

    As our world becomes more connected, globalized education becomes increasingly important. Drawing from educational cosmopolitanism and disciplinary inquiry, this collective case study focused on... More

    pp. 28-40

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  4. Research protocol: A cluster-randomised study evaluating the effects of a model for improving inter-professional collaboration in Norwegian primary schools

    Therese Saltkjel, Anne Grete Tøge, Ira Malmberg-Heimonen, Elin Borg, Selma Therese Lyng, Christian Wittrock, Øyvind Pålshaugen, Knut Fossestøl & Hanne Christensen, OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan University (Formerly Oslo and Akershus University College of Applied Sciences), Norway; Torbjørn Lund, The University of Tromsø, Norway

    This is the protocol for a cluster-randomised study involving 35 Norwegian primary schools (5th–7th grades) participating in a three-year project. The aim is to implement and evaluate the LOG model... More

    pp. 41-48

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  5. Nurturing kindness naturally: A humane education program’s effect on the prosocial behavior of first and second graders across China

    William Ellery Samuels

    Research suggests that school-based programs can increase the frequencies of children’s prosocial behaviors. However, extant research nearly exclusively studies relatively small studies in Western ... More

    pp. 49-64

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