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  UWIC Cardiff School of Education Research Papers Volume 2
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UWIC Cardiff School of Education Research Papers Volume 2

UWIC

Cardiff School of Education

Research Papers -Volume 2 2003

The following articles are in this volume

The Implications of Multiple Intelligences in the Primary

Classroom - Emmajane Milton

Oral Storytelling in the Primary School - J Harrett

Which Way Forward? The Views of Students on the Future Direction

of Initial Teacher Education and Training in Wales - C Harris & A Geen

Supporting Children's Scientific Inquiries in the Primary School -

Preliminary Findings - P Howard-Jones, R Joiner, J Bomford and

R Stevenson

Short Report: A Pilot Study of the Effect of Peer Collaboration

Upon Young Children's Strategies when Using Scientific

Evidence to Support Causation - P Howard-Jones, R Joiner & J Bomford

Using an Interactive Whiteboard in the Daily Mathematics Lesson:

Implications for Teaching & Learning - H Lewis

Electronic Mail Enhances Attitudes Towards the Redrafting Process

of Writing - J Rawlings

CSERP is a refereed journal for those interested in current research,

study and development within education. 

It's readership comprises lecturers and teachers, researchers.

undergraduate and postgraduate students,politicians and

policy makers.

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