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Cambridge Journal of Education

Volume 44 Number 1 March 2014


Practising empathy: enacting alternative perspectives through imaginative play
Sue Waite and Sarah Rees

Learning and leaving: education and depopulation in an island community
Donald Gillies

More than a master: developing, sharing, and using knowledge in school–university research networks
Frank Cornelissen, Alan J. Daly, Yi-Hwa Liou, Jacqueline van Swet, Douwe Beijaard and Theo C.M. Bergen

Collective commitment and collective efficacy: a theoretical model for understanding the motivational dynamics of dilemma resolution in inter-professional work
Jo Rose and Brahm Norwich

Mapping the quality of feedback to support students’ learning in lower secondary classrooms
Siv M. Gamlem and Elaine Munthe

Plotting Confucian and disability rights paradigms on the advocacy–activism continuum: experiences of Chinese parents of children with dyslexia in Hong Kong
Kim Fong Poon-McBrayer and Philip Allen McBrayer

Teacher preparation in Ethiopia: a critical analysis of reforms
Tesfaye Semela

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