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Volume 40, Number 3, 27 May 2014

Editorial
pp. 197-197(1)
Author: Gilroy, Peter

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‘I like the people I work with. Maybe I’ll get to meet them in person one day’: teaching and learning practice development with transnational teaching teams
pp. 232-250(19)
Authors: Keevers, Lynne; Lefoe, Geraldine; Leask, Betty; Sultan, Fauziah K.P. Dawood; Ganesharatnam, Sumitha; Loh, Vincent; Lim, Jane See Yin

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Improving learning and teaching in transnational education: can communities of practice help?
pp. 251-266(16)
Authors: Keay, Jeanne; May, Helen; O’ Mahony, Joan

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Exploring the diverse motivations of transnational higher education in China: complexities and contradictions
pp. 300-318(19)
Authors: Hou, Junxia; Montgomery, Catherine; McDowell, Liz

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Social and emotional learning: a critical appraisal
pp. 320-321(2)
Authors: Schneider, Alex; Chernick, Robert

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Peer-group mentoring for teacher development
pp. 322-323(2)
Author: Tirri, Kirsi

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