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Recent developments of the clinical interview and of the teaching experiment are described. Applications and extensions are discussed in the context of developing models of cognitive mechanisms in a constructivist framework. Purposes for which the clinical method has been adopted are described,...
The claim has been made that a high proportion of female teachers in the state schools could disadvantage some children. This paper takes a historical perspective to suggest that such a claim has little basis in fact. Although this article concentrates on one particular paper which presents this...
Over the last eight years, the Schools Commission has produced a body of official discourse about education that is without precedent in both complexity and volume. The aim of this paper is to analyse the ideology within this public discourse. The key terms in the ideology derive from the Karmel...
The tendency of much of the research on educational disadvantage has been to see schooling as a constant rather than a variable. Working-class disadvantage is theorized as attributable, in part, to schools valuing performances in such a way as to turn cultural or linguistic differences between...
Most studies of transition to tertiary education focus on a single outcome variable: expectations of further study, a dichotomous indicator of participation in college and university, or simply years of further education achieved. In this paper, the authors contend that a more complete analysis...
The purposes of this study were to look afresh at the concept of organizational climate in schools and to investigate the climate of a sample of Catholic schools. Sixty teachers in Catholic schools who had previously taught in state schools were interviewed. The teachers were located in four...
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