tudy, teaching and research in the history of education

VOLUME 38 NUMBER 2 - 2009

Tim Allender
Volume 38 Issue 1
Understanding the nature of work:
how historians of education deconstruct its pasts

Raewyn Connell
The work of teaching

Kate Rousmaniere
The great divide:
principals, teachers, and the long hallway between them

Harry Smaller
‘Soldiers in the front line of battle’:
International teacher unions, the World Confederation of
Organisations of the Teaching Profession, and the Cold War

Filiz Meseci Giorgetti
Training village children as village teachers for village work:
the Turkish village institutes

Linda C. Morice
Balancing work and intellectual activity: Boston’s Sloyd Training School

Peter Rushbrook & Lesley Preston
Constructing the good worker:photographs of Blackfriars School, Sydney, 1913-1923 as representations of an educational alternative

M. Vick
Re-imagining teachers’ work: photographs of Blackfriars School, Sydney, 1913-1923 as representations of an educational alternative

Kellee Frith & Denise Whitehouse
Designing learning spaces that work: a case for the importance of history

Christine Trimingham Jack
Education and ambition in Anne of Avonlea

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