International Education Journal, 7 (7) 2006
Volume 7 Number 7 December 2006
Editorial: Back to the Future
Keeves, J.P. and Dix, K.L.
Teachers and their international relocation: The effect of self-esteem and pay satisfaction on adjustment and outcome variables
Richardson, W., von Kirchenheim, C. and Richardson, C.
White collar work: Career ambitions of Fiji final year school students
Nilan, P., Cavu, P., Tagicakiverata, I. and Hazelman, E.
Using students' assessment of classroom environment to develop a typology of secondary school classrooms
Dorman, J.P., Aldridge, J.M. and Fraser, B.J.
Use of webcasting technology in teaching higher education
Yunus, A., Kasa, Z., Asmuni, A., Samah, B., Napis, S., Yusoff, M., Khanafie, M. and Wahab, H.
Mentoring primary school student teachers in Turkey: Seeing it from the perspectives of student teachers and mentors
Differentiated instruction: A research basis
Using multimedia case studies to advance pre-service teacher knowing
Pfister, C.C., White, D.L. and Masingila, J.O.
Unexpected learning competencies of Grades 5 and 6 pupils in public elementary schools : A Philippine report
The culture and language learning of Chinese festivals in a kindergarten classroom
Recent continuing education policies in Hong Kong: A focus on short-term performance through inducements
Development and validation of a multiple format test of science process skills
Temiz, B.K., Tasar, M.F. and Tan, M.
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