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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    2008The Experiences and Personal Religious Beliefs of Egyptian Science Teachers as a framework for understanding the shaping and reshaping of their beliefs and practices about Science-Technology-Society (STS)  Mansour, Nasser
    15 May 2020The experiences of hospital staff who provide care for people living with dementia: A systematic review and synthesis of qualitative studies  Gwernan-Jones, R; Abbott, R; Lourida, I; et al.
    26 July 2017The factor structure of the spiritual well-being scale in veterans experiencing chemical weapon exposure  Nia, HS; Sharif, SP; Boyle, C; et al.
    7 March 2018The Factors and Features of Museum Fatigue in Science Centres Felt by Korean Students  Kim, M; Dillon, J; Song, J
    2015The Future of Religious Education: crisis, reform and iconoclasm  Parker, S.G.; Freathy, R.J.K.; Aldridge, D.
    2021The ‘ideal’ higher education student: understanding the hidden curriculum to enable institutional change  Koutsouris, G; Mountford-Zimdars, A; Dingwall, K
    2004The Impact of Invention Techniques upon Students’ Compositional Writing in EFL  Myhill, Debra; Amer, Eman
    2014The impact of teaching communication strategies on EFL learners’ Willingness to Communicate  Mesgarshahr, A; Abdollahzadeh, E
    2010The impact of the knowledge and beliefs of Egyptian science teachers in integrating an STS based curriculum  Mansour, Nasser
    9 July 2015The importance of dialogic processes to conceptual development in mathematics  Kazak, Sibel; Wegerif, Rupert; Fujita, Taro
    2011The importance of peer-support for teaching staff when including children with special educational needs  Boyle, C; Topping, K; Jindal-Snape, D; et al.
    29 June 2020The importance of teacher attitudes to inclusive education  Boyle, C; Anderson, J; Allen, K-A
    1 November 2007The influence of teaching experience and professional development on Greek teachers' attitudes towards inclusion  Avramidis, Elias; Kalyva, Efrosini
    2009The joint negotiation of ground rules: establishing a shared collaborative practice with new classroom technology  Kleine Staarman, Judith
    3 September 2020The justification for inclusive education in Australia  Boyle, C; Anderson, J
    2008The Logic of Emergence. An Alternative Conceptual Space for Theorizing Critical Education  Osberg, Deborah
    31 August 2020The matter of ‘evidence’ in the inclusive education debate?  Boyle, C; Koutsouris, G; Salla Mateu, A; et al.
    23 January 2016The multilingual turn as a critical movement in education: assumptions, challenges and a need for reflection  Meier, GS
    2009The myth of meeting needs revisited: the case of Educational research  Lawy, Robert; Armstrong, Paul
    19 December 2019The myth of Santa and learning from others  Boyle, C