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Previously published under the title University of Wales Journal of Education, this internationally-distributed annual journal offers an arena for disseminating education research from national and international perspectives. The journal explores a range of controversial arguments relating to education, including areas such as bilingualism, religion in education, well-being and the standards of literacy and numeracy. The contemporary drive for improved education standards, within Wales and internationally, provides a wealth of interdisciplinary research opportunities, and the journal aims to publish research reports relating to these current issues. The journal also includes a comprehensive reviews section.

Mae'r cylchgrawn blynyddol hwn, a adwaenid gynt fel Cylchgrawn Addysg Prifysgol Cymru, yn trafod agweddau datganoledig ar addysg, ynghyd ag ymdrin ag addysg o safbwynt cenedlaethol a rhyngwladol. Wrth ymhel â materion cyfoes yn ymwneud ag addysg, mae'r drafodaeth yn amlinellu safbwyntiau dadleuol ynghylch dwyieithrwydd a chrefydd yn ogystal â safonau llythrennedd a rhifedd. Mae'r ymdrechion i wella safonau addysg yng Nghymru a thu hwnt yn esgor ar feysydd ymchwil newydd, a bwriad y cyfnodolyn yw cyhoeddi erthyglau cryno yn ymdrin â materion cyfredol o'r fath. Mae'r cyfnodolyn hefyd yn cynnwys adran adolygiadau.

Cylchgrawn Addysg Cymru / Wales Journal of Education was previously published as Cylchgrawn Addysg Prifysgol Cymru / University of Wales Journal of Education.

Publisher: University of Wales Press

Volume 19, Number 1, March 2017

Contributors
pp. v-x(6)

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Editorial

Professional Learning for Teachers in Wales

pp. 1-15(15)
Authors: Egan, David; Grigg, Russell

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Professional Learning Communities: A Strategy for School and System Improvement?
pp. 16-38(23)
Authors: Harris, Alma; Jones, Michelle Suzette

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Curo'n Hyderus ar y Drws Tri Enw
pp. 69-89(21)
Author: Hopwood, Mererid

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Developing the Capacity to Support Beginning Teachers in Wales: Lessons Learnt from the Masters in Educational Practice
pp. 90-106(17)
Authors: Hadfield, Mark; Connolly, Mark; Barnes, Yvonne; Snook, James

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Personal Reflections on the Masters in Educational Practice
pp. 146-155(10)
Author: Jackson, Emma

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Book Reviews
pp. 192-198(7)

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Notes for contributors
pp. 199-200(2)

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