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Vol 2 No 3 (2015): Special Issue Scotland
Alison Jackson, Carey Philpott
Establishing the Ground Rules for talk: influencing attitudinal change towards talk as a tool for learning
To what extent does Philosophy with Children promote the discussion of political philosophical themes?
Caitlin Anne Murray
Developing Global Citizens: Challenging preconceptions through creating global links across classrooms
Becoming an Inclusive Practitioner
Personal and Professional Development: Becoming an Inclusive Practitioner
The effects of ability grouping on the learning of children from low income homes: a systematic review
The effectiveness of strategies that promote the inclusion of children with Autism in mainstream classrooms
To what extent and in what ways do restorative approaches promote positive behaviour and wellbeing within the classroom setting and the wider school?
Primary Teachers’ Confidence in Religious and Moral Education in Scottish Non-Denominational Schools
Tommy Clanachan, Yonah Matemba
Teaching and Learning the Creative Process Through the Use of New Media and Technology (for the make-up artist)