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Books reviewed:

Michael F. D. Young, The Curriculum of the Future: From the ‘New Sociology of Education’ to a Critical Theory of Learning

Harry Torrance and John Pryor, Investigating Formative Assessment: Teaching, Learning and Assessment in the Classroom

Dorothy Faulkner, Karen Littlejohn and Martin Woodhead (eds), Learning Relationships in the Classroom

Cathie Holden and Nick Clough (eds), Children as Citizens: Education for Participation

Jo Boaler, Experiencing School Mathematics: Teaching Style, Sex and Setting

Marie Larochelle, Nadine Bednarz and Jim Garrison (eds), Constructivism and Education

Chris Gaine and Ros George, Gender, ‘Race’ and Class in Schooling: a New Introduction

M.K Flude and S. Siemenski (eds), Education Training and the Future of Work II

Tony Townsend (ed), The Primary School in Changing Times: the Australian Experience

Kathleen Weiler and Sue Middleton (eds), Telling Women’s Lives: Narrative Inquiries in the History of Women’s Education

Diane Reay, Class Work: Mothers’ Involvement in Their Children’s Primary Schooling

Ronald S. Laura and Matthew C. Cotton, (ed), Empathetic Education. An Ecological Perspective on School Knowledge

Robert A. Roth (ed), The Role of the University in the Preparation of Teachers

Frances Christie and Ray Mission (eds), Literacy and Schooling

M. Woodhead, D. Faulkner and K. Littlejohn, Cultural Worlds of Early Childhood

Richard Edwards, Roger Harrison and Alan Tait (eds), Telling Tales. Perspectives on Guidance and Counselling in Learning,

Keywords: academic freedom; academic publication; commissioned research; research ethics

Document Type: Book Review


Publication date: 1999-09-01

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