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Educational Research Review

Volume 5, Number 3

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Number of articles: 4

  1. Examining variations among researchers’ and teachers’ conceptualizations of creativity: A review and synthesis of contemporary research

    Andria Andiliou & P. Karen Murphy

    Research exploring beliefs about creativity has produced valuable findings regarding how individuals conceptualize creativity, yet, to date, there has been no systematic synthesis of this... More

    pp. 201-219

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  2. The role of parenting in children's self-regulated learning

    Deborah Pino-Pasternak & David Whitebread

    This paper reports the results of a systematic literature review on empirical studies exploring relationships between parental behaviours and children's self-regulated learning (SRL). The... More

    pp. 220-242

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  3. Using student-centred learning environments to stimulate deep approaches to learning: Factors encouraging or discouraging their effectiveness

    Marlies Baeten, Eva Kyndt, Katrien Struyven & Filip Dochy

    This review outlines encouraging and discouraging factors in stimulating the adoption of deep approaches to learning in student-centred learning environments. Both encouraging and discouraging... More

    pp. 243-260

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  4. Irreconcilable differences: Teacher attrition in public and catholic schools

    Aubrey J. Scheopner

    Teachers have a powerful impact on student achievement, yet high attrition rates hinder the ability of schools to provide quality instruction. Attrition rates are highest for schools serving low... More

    pp. 261-277

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