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UWIC Cardiff School of Education Research Papers Volume 3

UWIC

Cardiff School of Education

Research Papers -Volume 3 2005

The following articles are in this volume

Learning & Teaching in Wales: A Celebration

of Excellence -Jane Davidson AM

14-19 Developments in Wales: Learning Pathways - Professor D Egan

Review of Literature - 'Will classroom noise interfere with the laying down

of long-term memory and if so will the effect be gender

differentiated? Sophie Snowden

Perceptions of Spirituality and Spiritual Development Held by

Student Teachers and Qualified Teachers - M Rawle & A Geen

Title: How Can you Effectively Target Boys Learning in the

Classroom?  Tracy Hale

Everything You Wanted to Know About Reading But Were

Afraid to Ask! Jacqueline Harrett

Effects of Different Teaching Styles on the Teacher Behaviours that

Influence Motivational Climate and Pupils' Motivation in

Physical Education - K Morgan, J Sproule & K Kingston

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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