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Contents of Primary and Middle Years Educator 2005

Contents

Primary and Middle Years Educator 2005
... focusing on issues and practical ideas relating to the primary and middle years of schooling

Volume 3 No 1

Editorial:
Jenny Nayler
Article One:
Literary theory in the middle years classroom: Challenges for students and teachers - Gary Jones
Article Two:
Adam's story: Managing the conflicting discourses of being a boy and being a student - Amanda Keddie
Article Three:
Getting dramatic: Challenging traditional masculinities in the drama classroom - Mark Zietsch
Article Four:
A primary teacher network: The journey so far - Leigh Hobart
Article Five:
Structuring assessment in the middle years: So this is who I am? - Carla Wells

Volume 3 No 2

Editorial:
Jenny Nayler
Article One:
How many Indigenous nations can you name? - Delsie Lillyst and Judy Matthews
Article Two:
Quality educators produce quality outcomes: Some thoughts on what this means in the context of teaching Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in Australia's public education system - Darcel Moyle
Article Three:
Towards a more inclusive Indigenous citizenship, pedagogy and education - Raymond Nichol
Article Four:
Engaging middle phase learners through localised curriculum architecture - Tarmie Bryan
Article Five:
Contemporary classrooms: Connecting to the past - Garth Gibson

Volume 3 No 3

Editorial:
Jenny Nayler
Article One:
Hands on Parliament - Kerryn Newton and Julie Copley
Article Two
Confronting child labor - Katharine Johnson
Article Three
Tips for developing peace education curriculum: Some lessons from Vietnam - Melissa Conley Tyler and Anna Halafoff
Article Four
Engaging the digital natives in learning - Olivia Clarke
Article Five
Professional learning: PaMYE perspectives - Alison Martin, Fiona Hauser and Lyn Ferguson
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