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Cambridge Journal of Education

Volume 44 Number 2 June 2014


Can creativity be assessed? Towards an evidence-informed framework for assessing and planning progress in creativity
Mike Blamires and Andrew Peterson

What is a child? Children’ s perceptions, the Cambridge Primary Review and implications for education
Kate Adams

Leadership for professional development and learning: enhancing our understanding of how teachers develop
Linda Evans

Whole language versus code-based skills and interactional patterns in Singapore’ s early literacy program
Viniti Vaish

Schools, social capital and space
Julie Allan and Ralph Catts

School collaborations within the contemporary English education system: possibilities and constraints
Amanda Keddie

Group work and the learning of critical thinking in the Hong Kong secondary liberal studies curriculum
Dennis Fung and Christine Howe

Dutch adolescents’ narratives about democracy: ‘I know what democracy means, but not what it means to me’
I. de Groot, I.F. Goodson and W. Veugelers

Book reviews

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