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International Journal of Educational Development

Volume 21, Number 6

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Multigrade teaching: towards an international research and policy agenda

    Angela W Little

    Despite its prevalence in many educational systems, multigrade teaching remains invisible. In the global effort to achieve education for all in the post-Dakar decade the needs of multigrade... More

    pp. 481-497

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  2. Multigrade teaching in Peru, Sri Lanka and Vietnam: an overview

    E Hargreaves, C Montero, N Chau, M Sibli & T Thanh

    This paper comprises reviews of multigrade teaching in three countries: Peru, Sri Lanka and Vietnam. For each country, we describe the context for multigrade teaching, the country's education... More

    pp. 499-520

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  3. Multigrade schooling in ‘remote’ areas of Vietnam

    Sheila Aikman & Pat Pridmore

    pp. 521-536

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  4. Achievement effects of multigrade and monograde primary schools in the Turks and Caicos Islands

    Chris Berry

    This article reports on a study that compares the reading progress of students in multigrade schools with the reading progress of students in monograde schools. The research was conducted in a... More

    pp. 537-552

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  5. Assessment for learning in the multigrade classroom

    Eleanore Hargreaves

    This paper suggests that multigrade classrooms lend themselves particularly well to promoting assessment that enhances learning, rather than assessment aimed solely at selecting pupils for... More

    pp. 553-560

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  6. Multigrade teaching in Peru, Sri Lanka and Vietnam: an international research project

    The Multigrade Research Group

    pp. 567-568

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