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2014

Das, Sharmistha; Shaheen, Robina; Shrestha, Prithvi; Rahman, Arifa and Khan, Rubina (2014). Policy versus ground reality: secondary English language assessment system in Bangladesh. Curriculum Journal (Online first).

2012

Power, Tom; Shaheen, Robina; Solly, Mike; Woodward, Clare and Burton, Sonia (2012). English in Action: school based teacher development in Bangladesh. Curriculum Journal, 23(4) pp. 503–529.

2009

Storey, Anne (2009). How fares the 'New Professionalism' in schools? Findings from the 'State of the Nation' project. Curriculum Journal, 20(2) pp. 121–138.

2008

Butcher, John and Mutton, Trevor (2008). 'Towards professional multilingualism?' Reconceptualising the school coordinator role in initial teacher training. Curriculum Journal, 19(3) 215 -226.

Butcher, John and Mutton, Trevor (2008). Towards professional multilingualism? Reconceptualising the school coordinator role in initial teacher training. The Curriculum Journal, 19(3) pp. 215–226. file

2007

Burgess, Hilary and Shelton Mayes, Ann (2007). Supporting the professional development of teaching assistants: classroom teachers' perspectives on their mentoring role. Curriculum Journal, 18(3) pp. 389–407.

Hurd, Steve; Jones, Marion; McNamara, Olwen and Craig, Barbara (2007). Initial teacher education as a driver for professional learning and school improvement in the primary phase. Curriculum Journal, 18(3) pp. 307–326.

Moon, Bob (2007). School-based teacher development in Sub-Saharan Africa: building a new research agenda. Curriculum Journal, 18(3) pp. 355–371.

Power, Tom and Thomas, Rhodri (2007). The classroom in your pocket? Curriculum Journal, 18(3) pp. 373–388.

Storey, Anne (2007). Cultural shifts in teaching: new workforce, new professionalism? Curriculum Journal, 18(3) pp. 253–270.

2006

Coffin, Caroline (2006). Learning the language of school history: the role of linguistics in mapping the writing demands of the secondary school curriculum. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 38(4) pp. 413–429. file

Holliman, Richard and Allgaier, Joachim (2006). The emergence of the controversy around the theory of evolution and creationism in UK newspaper reports. Curriculum Journal, 17(3) pp. 263–279.

Holliman, Richard and Thomas, Jeff (2006). Editorial. Curriculum Journal, 17(3) pp. 193–196.

Hurd, Steve; Dixon, Malcolm and Oldham, Joanna (2006). Are low levels of book spending in primary schools jeopardizing the National Literacy Strategy? Curriculum Journal, 17(1) pp. 73–88.

Murphy, Patricia and Whitelegg, Elizabeth (2006). Girls and physics: continuing barriers to 'belonging'. Curriculum Journal, 17(3) pp. 281–305.

2004

McCormick, Robert (2004). ICT and pupil assessment. Curriculum Journal, 15(2) pp. 115–137.

Wearmouth, Janice (2004). Issues in addressing children's difficulties in literacy development through family-school partnerships. Curriculum Journal, 15(1) pp. 5–17.

2003

Butcher, J. (2003). Exploring difficulties in learning to teach English post-16. Curriculum Journal, 14(2) pp. 233–252.

2002

Hancock, Roger and Mansfield, M. (2002). The literacy hour: a case for listening to children. Curriculum Journal, 13(2) pp. 183–200.

Leach, Jenny (2002). The curriculum knowledge of teachers: a review of the potential of large-scale electronic conference environments for professional development. Curriculum Journal, 13(1) pp. 87–120.

Openshaw, Roger; Soler, Janet; Wearmouth, Janice and Paige-Smith, Alice (2002). The socio-political context of the development of Reading Recovery in New Zealand and England. Curriculum Journal, 13(1) pp. 25–41.

2001

Craft, Anna (2001). Neuro-linguistic Programming and learning theory. Curriculum Journal, 12(1) pp. 125–136.

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