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Cambridge Journal of Education

Volume 47 Number 2 June 2017



Effects of social persuasion from parents and teachers on students’ self-efficacy: an exploratory study
Yuen Li Lam & Joanne Chung Yan Chan

The possibilities and limitations of applying ‘open data’ principles in schools
Neil Selwyn, Michael Henderson & Shu-Hua Chao

Some sociological contexts for consideration when designing a school puberty/sexuality curriculum
Christine A. Collier-Harris & Juliette D. G. Goldman

Purposes of education for young people with severe learning difficulties: exploring a vocational teaching resource – ‘A stepping stone to …’ what?
Alison Black & Hazel Lawson

Engendering a culture of thinking in a culture of performativity: the challenge of mediating tensions in the Singaporean educational system
Mohammad Ab Kadir

Mobilising funds of identity in and out of school
David Subero, Ellen Vujasinović & Moises Esteban-Guitart

Investigating the role of the HLTA in supporting learning in English schools
S. Graves & K. Williams

Accounting for discrepancies in teachers’ attitudes towards evidence use and actual instances of evidence use in schools
Chris Brown & Dell Zhang

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