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Abd-El-Fattah, S.M. (2005). The effect of prior experience with computers, statistical self-efficacy, and computer anxiety on students' achievement in an introductory statistics course: A partial least squares path analysis. International Education Journal, 5 (5), 71-79.

Abd-El-Fattah, S.M. (2006) The implicit theories of intelligence: A review of Dweck's motivation process model. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 547-552.

Abd-El-Fattah, S.M. (2006) The relationship among Egyptian adolescents' perception of parental involvement, academic achievement, and achievement goals: A mediational analysis. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 499-509.

Abd-El-Fattah, S.M. (2007) Is the Aggression Questionnaire bias free? A Rasch analysis. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 237-248.

Abdi, A.A. (2003). Searching for development education in Africa: Select perspectives on Somalia, South Africa and Nigeria. International Education Journal, 4 (3), 192-200.

Abdi, A.A., Ellis, L. and Shizha, E. (2005). Democratic development and the role of citizenship education in sub-Saharan Africa with a case focus on Zambia. International Education Journal, 6 (4), 454-466.

Abu-Saad, I. (2006). State educational policy and curriculum: The case of Palestinian Arabs in Israel. International Education Journal, 7 (5), 709-720.

Afrassa, T.M. and Keeves, J.P. (1999). Changes in students' mathematics achievement in Australian lower secondary schools over time. International Education Journal, 1 (1), 1-21.

Afrassa, T.M. and Keeves, J.P. (2001). Change in differences between the sexes in mathematics achievement at the lower secondary school level in Australia: Over time International Education Journal, 2 (2), 96-108.

Ainley, J. and McKenzie, P. (2000). School governance: Research on educational and management issues. International Education Journal, 1 (3), 139-151.

Ajaheb-Jahangeer, S. and Jahangeer, A.C. (2004). School culture in a private secondary institution in Mauritius. International Education Journal, 5 (2), 247-254.

Akkari, A.J. (2004). Education in the Middle East and North Africa: The current situation and future challenges. International Education Journal, 5 (2), 144-153.

Aldous, C. (2005). Creativity in problem solving: Uncovering the origin of new ideas. International Education Journal, 5 (5), 43-56.

Aldous, C.R. (2001). Measuring cognitive and non-cognitive systems of reasoning: some preliminary findings. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 1-16.

Aldous, C.R. (2006) Attending to feeling: Productive benefit to novel mathematics problem-solving. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 410-422.

Aldous, C.R. (2007) Creativity, problem solving and innovative science: Insights from history, cognitive psychology and neuroscience. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 176-186.

Alias, M. and Zain, A.F.M. (2006). Relationship between entry qualifications and performance in graduate studies. International Education Journal, 7 (3), 371-378.

Alias, M., Black, T.R. and Gray, D.E. (2002). Effect of Instructions on Spatial Visualisation Ability in Civil Engineering Students. International Education Journal, 3 (1), 1-12.

Alias, M., Gray, D.E. and Black, T.R. (2002). Attitudes towards sketching and drawing and the relationship with spatial visualisation ability in engineering students. International Education Journal, 3 (3), 165-175.

Alomyan, H. (2004). Individual Differences: Implications for Web-based Learning Design. International Education Journal, 4 (4), 188-196.

Alomyan, H. and Au, W. (2004). Exploration of instructional strategies and individual difference within the context of web-based learning. International Education Journal, 4 (4), 86-91.

Alwy, A. and Schech, S. (2004). Ethnic inequalities in education in Kenya. International Education Journal, 5 (2), 266-274.

Amini, M. (2005). Identifying stressors and reactions to stressors in gifted and non-gifted students. International Education Journal, 6(2), 136-140.

Anderson, J. (2005). IT, e-learning and teacher development. International Education Journal, 5 (5), 1-14.

Anderson, J. and Askov, E.N. (2001). Twin approaches to research: the Penn State and Flinders experience. International Education Journal, 2 (3), 154-160.

Anderson, N. and Baskin, C. (2002). Can we leave it to chance? New learning technologies and the problem of professional competence. International Education Journal, 3 (3), 126-137.

Anyanwu, R. (2004). Lessons on plagiarism: Issues for teachers and learners. International Education Journal, 4 (4),178-187.

Arnold, L.M.F. (2001). Back from the edge: Attitudes towards retrieving a minority language - The case study of Bable (Asturias, Spain). Using a survey of teacher attitudes. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 26-40.

Askell-Williams, H. (2001). Interviews with teachers and learners. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 294-316.

Askell-Williams, H. and Lawson, M.J. (2004). A Correspondence Analysis of child-care students' and medical students' knowledge about teaching and learning. International Education Journal, 5 (2), 176-204.

Aslanyan, A.L. (2005). Basic trends in the development of professional higher education in Armenia. International Education Journal, 6 (3), 335-342.

Atan, H., Sulaiman, F. and Idrus, R.M. (2005). The effectiveness of problem-based learning in the web-based environment for the delivery of an undergraduate physics course. International Education Journal, 6 (4), 430-437.

Awang, H. (2004). Human capital and technology development in Malaysia. International Education Journal, 5 (2), 239-246.

Bailey, T. (2004). Self-directed learning versus learning in the interests of public safety: A dilemma in adult education? International Education Journal, 5 (2), 215-220.

Banfield, G. (2004). What's really wrong with ethnography? International Education Journal, 4 (4), 53-63.

Banfield, G. and Cayago-Gicain, S. (2006) Qualitative approaches to educational evaluation: A regional conference-workshop. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 510-513.

Banfield, T. (2005). Ability grouping for mathematically gifted adolescent boys. International Education Journal, 6(2), 141-149.

Barnett, K. and Ryan, R. (2005). Vocational education and training in Australian schools: Issues for practitioners. International Education Journal, 5 (5), 89-104.

Barrett, S. (2000). The work/study dilemma: A pilot study. International Education Journal, 1 (2), 127-137.

Barrett, S. (2001). Differential item functioning: A case study from first year economics. International Education Journal, 2 (3), 123-132.

Barrett, S. (2001). The impact of training on rater variability. International Education Journal, 2 (1), 49-58.

Barrett, S. (2004). Emotional labour and the permanent casual lecturer: Ideas for a research project. International Education Journal, 4 (4), 92-101.

Barrett, S. (2005). Addressing the problem of service teaching introductory economics subjects. International Education Journal, 5 (5), 152-165.

Bartholomaeus, P. (2006) Some rural examples of place-based education. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 480-489.

Berniz, K. (2007) A tension for Spanish teachers' professional development: "skills to carry out your job" or continuing "…personal cultural knowledge and attributes''? International Education Journal, 8 (2), 27-36.

Bevan-Brown, J. (2005). Providing a culturally responsive environment for gifted Maori learners. International Education Journal, 6(2), 150-155.

Beyazkurk, D. and Kesner, J.E. (2005). Teacher-child relationships in Turkish and United States schools: A cross-cultural study. International Education Journal, 6 (5), 547-554.

Bhela, B. (1999). Native language interference in learning a second language: Exploratory case studies of native language interference with target language usage. International Education Journal, 1 (1), 22-31.

Birbeck, D. and Drummond, M. (2006) Very young children's body image: Bodies and minds under construction. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 423-434.

Bissaker, K. (2001). Did they get what they came for? Evaluating teachers' learning. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 41-52.

Bissaker, K. and Heath, J. (2005). Teachers' learning in an innovative school. International Education Journal, 5 (5), 178-185.

Blackman, I. (2001). A predictive model identifying latent variables, which influence undergraduate student nurses' achievement in mental health nursing skills. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 53-64.

Blackman, I. (2003). The Perceived complexity of vocational workplace rehabilitation and its implications for supervisor development. International Education Journal, 4 (1), 1-16.

Blackman, I. and Darmawan, I.G.N. (2004). Graduate-entry medical student variables that predict academic and clinical achievement. International Education Journal, 4 (4), 30-41.

Blackman, I., de Crespigny, C. and Parker, S. (2006). Mapping self-confidence levels of nurses in their provision of nursing care to others with alcohol and tobacco dependence, using Rasch scaling. International Education Journal, 7 (3), 245-258.

Blackman, I., Hall, M. and Darmawan, I.G.N. (2007) Undergraduate nurse variables that predict academic achievement and clinical competence in nursing. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 222-236.

Boman, P. (2003). Gender differences in school anger. International Education Journal, 4 (2), 71-77.

Boucaut, R. (2001). Understanding workplace bullying: a practical application of Giddens' Structuration Theory. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 65-73.

Boyd, R., Wadham, B. and Jewell, P. (2007) Prospective teachers’ perspectives on teaching and social justice. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 304-317.

Bretag, T. (2004). Using action research to support international ESL students in information systems courses. International Education Journal, 5 (4), 531-539.

Brouwer, L.F. (2006). Teaching leadership in the Russian Federation: Looking through the post-Soviet lens. International Education Journal, 7 (3), 333-347.

Brunold, A.O. (2006). The United Nations decade of education for sustainable development, its consequences for international political education, and the concept of global learning. International Education Journal, 7 (3), 222-234.

Burdett, J. (2003). Making groups work: University students' perceptions. International Education Journal, 4 (3), 177-191.

Burghof , K.L. (2001). Assembling an item-bank for computerised linear and adaptive testing in Geography. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 74-83.

Butcher, A. and McGrath, T. (2004). International students in New Zealand: Needs and responses. International Education Journal, 5 (4), 540-551.

Cakan, M. and Altun, S.A. (2005). Adaptation of an emotional intelligence scale for Turkish educators. International Education Journal, 6 (3), 367-372.

Calik, M. and Ayas, A. (2005). A cross-age study on the understanding of chemical solutions and their components. International Education Journal, 6 (1), 30-41.

Campbell, L. (2004). The Design and Development of a Simulation to Teach Water Conservation to Primary School Students. International Education Journal, 4 (4), 42-52.

Carroll, E. (2004). Visual Attention Span and Optometric Conditions: Is there a connection between a poor VAS and an optometric diagnosis? International Education Journal, 4 (4), 197-202.

Cattley, G. (2007) Emergence of professional identity for the pre-service teacher. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 337-347.

Chen, J. (2007) On how to solve the problem of the avoidance of phrasal verbs in the Chinese context. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 348-353.

Chessman, A. (2005). Policy development and practice: The New South Wales experience. International Education Journal, 6(2), 156-163.

Cheung, K.S. (2006). Recent continuing education policies in Hong Kong: A focus on short-term performance through inducements. International Education Journal, 7 (7), 992-1006.

Cinoglu, M. (2006). Private education as a policy tool in Turkey. International Education Journal, 7 (5), 676-687.

Clark, J. (2005). Achieving teacher education standards through a mathematics performance-based assessment: A case study of five Colorado preservice-teachers on field experience. International Education Journal, 5 (5), 57-70.

Coulter, G. (2001). Digital literacies and teachers in the middle years: Concepts and practices. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 84-90.

Crossman, J. (2004). Factors influencing the assessment perceptions of training teachers. International Education Journal, 5 (4), 582-590.

Crossman, J. (2005). Work and Learning: The implications for Thai transnational distance learners. International Education Journal, 6 (1), 18-29.

Curtis, D.D. (2001). Misfits: People and their problems. What might it all mean? International Education Journal, 2 (4), 91-99.

Curtis, D.D. (2004). Person misfit in attitude surveys: Influences, Impacts and implications. International Education Journal, 5 (2), 125-143.

Curtis, D.D. and Boman, P. (2007) X-ray your data with Rasch. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 249-259.

Curtis, D.D. and Keeves, J.P. (2000). The course experience questionnaire as an institutional performance indicator. International Education Journal, 1 (2), 73-82.

Dang, H.V. (2006) Learner-centeredness and EFL instruction in Vietnam: A case study. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 598-610.

Dangwal, R. and Mitra, S. (1999). Learning styles and perceptions of self. International Education Journal, 1 (1), 61-71.

Darmawan, I.G.N. (2000). The change of structural, perception and attitudinal dimensions in information technology implementation processes. International Education Journal, 1 (3), 181-200.

Darmawan, I.G.N. (2001). Adoption and implementation of information technology in Bali's local government: A comparison between single level path analyses using PLSPATH 3.01 and AMOS 4 and Multilevel Path Analyses using MPLUS 2.01. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 100-125.

Darmawan, I.G.N. and Keeves, J.P. (2002). Two-level model of information technology adoption in local government of Bali. International Education Journal, 3 (1), 47-60.

Darmawan, I.G.N. and Keeves, J.P. (2006). Accountability of teachers and schools: A value-added approach. International Education Journal, 7 (2), 174-188.

Darmawan, I.G.N. and Keeves, J.P. (2006). Suppressor variables and multilevel mixture modelling. International Education Journal, 7 (2), 160-173.

Davidovitch, N. and Soen, D. (2006). Enhancing access in theory and practice: A study of graduates of an Israeli large public college in 1995-2003. International Education Journal, 7 (3), 284-304.

de Wet, C. (2001). A media discourse analysis of racism in South African schools. International Education Journal, 2 (5), 98-112.

Denes, C.A. (2003). Bolsa Escola: Redefining poverty and development in Brazil. International Education Journal, 4 (2), 137-147.

Dillon, M. (2001). Buildings and betterment: Influences on the design of state school buildings 1900-1920. International Education Journal, 2 (2), 109-115.

Dix, K.L. (2005). Are learning technologies making a difference? A longitudinal perspective of attitudes. International Education Journal, 5 (5), 15-28.

Dix, K.L. (2007) DBRIEF: A research paradigm for ICT adoption. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 113-124.

Dix, K.L. and Anderson, J. (2000). Distance no longer a barrier: Using the internet as a survey tool in educational research. International Education Journal, 1 (2), 83-93.

Dorman, J.P., Aldridge, J.M. and Fraser, B.J. (2006). Using students' assessment of classroom environment to develop a typology of secondary school classrooms. International Education Journal, 7 (7), 906-915.

Du, Hui (2001). The globalisation of the English language: Reflections on the teaching of English in China. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 126-133.

Du, Hui (2002). An investigation of College English teaching in four universities in China. International Education Journal, 3 (2), 71-84.

Du, Hui (2004). Reflections on vocabulary size of Chinese university students. International Education Journal, 5 (4), 571-581.

Dworkin, A.G. (2001). Perspectives on teacher burnout and school reform. International Education Journal, 2 (2), 69-78.

Dworkin, A.G., Saha, L.J. and Hill, A.N. (2003). Teacher burnout and perceptions of a democratic school environment. International Education Journal, 4 (2), 108-120.

Dy, S.S. (2004). Strategies and policies for basic education in Cambodia: Historical perspectives. International Education Journal, 5 (1), 90-97.

Edwards, D.J., Dainty, A.R.J. and Love, P.E.D. (2004). A sustainable cohort of professional civil engineering graduates? Uncovering the United Kingdom Graduate crisis. International Education Journal, 5 (3), 374-384.

Egege, S. and Kutieleh, S. (2004). Critical thinking: Teaching foreign notions to foreign students. International Education Journal, 4 (4), 75-85.

Ekiz, D. (2006). Mentoring primary school student teachers in Turkey: Seeing it from the perspectives of student teachers and mentors. International Education Journal, 7 (7), 924-934.

Eng, T.S. (2005). The impact of ICT on learning: A review of research. International Education Journal, 6 (5), 635-650.

Ezeife, A.N. (2002). Mathematics and culture nexus: The interactions of culture and mathematics in an aboriginal classroom. International Education Journal, 3 (3), 176-187.

Farahani, A.J. (2005). The shifting paradigm: Who is the intellectual of the 21st century? International Education Journal, 6 (4), 512-515.

Faria, A.I. (2001). The future of Indian ethnicity in Australia - An educational and cultural perspective. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 134-143.

Faruqi, Y.M. (2006) Contributions of Islamic scholars to the scientific enterprise. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 391-399.

Faruqi, Y.M. (2007) Islamic view of nature and values: Could these be the answer to building bridges between modern science and Islamic science. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 461-469.

Feast, V. (2001). Student perceptions of the importance and value of a Graduate Quality framework in a tertiary environment. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 144-158.

Feast, V. (2002). The impact of IELTS scores on performance at university. International Education Journal, 3 (4), 70-85.

Feast, V. and Anderson, J. (2003). A case study of online support for international students in a doctoral program. International Education Journal, 4 (2), 78-88.

Felipe, A.I. (2006). Unexpected learning competencies of Grades 5 and 6 pupils in public elementary schools : A Philippine report. International Education Journal, 7 (7), 957-966.

Forbes, L. and Hamilton, J. (2004). Building an international student market: Educational-balanced scorecard solutions for regional Australian cities. International Education Journal, 5 (4), 502-520.

Frantzi, K.K. (2004). Human Rights Education: The United Nations endeavour and the importance of childhood and intelligent sympathy. International Education Journal, 5 (1), 1-8.

Frumkin, L. (2006). Does increasing communication through visual learning environments enhance student perceptions of lecturers? International Education Journal, 7 (5), 688-698.

Furman, R., Lewis, C.W. and Shears, J. (2004). Faculty attitudes regarding student's preparedness for culturally sensitive social work practice in the United States. International Education Journal, 5 (3), 423-432.

Gabrielson, C. (2002). My experience with physics education in East Timor. International Education Journal, 3 (3), 138-152.

Geer, R. and Barnes, A. (2001). E-mail discussion and student learning outcomes: A case study. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 159-165.

Geer, R. and Barnes. A. (2007) Cognitive concomitants of interactive board use and their relevance to developing effective research methodologies. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 92-102.

Gibbons, J.A. (2006). The heart of the new SACE. International Education Journal, 7 (6), 849-863.

Gibson, K. and Mitchell, L.A. (2005). Critical curriculum components in programs for young gifted learners. International Education Journal, 6(2), 164-169.

Gil, J. (2006) English in minority areas of China: Some findings and directions for further research. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 455-465.

Green, D., Oswald, M. and Spears, B. (2007) Teachers’ (mis)understandings of resilience. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 133-144.

Green, J., Nelson, G., Martin, A. J. and Marsh, H. (2006) The causal ordering of self-concept and academic motivation and its effect on academic achievement. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 534-546.

Gregory, K. (2006). A method for monitoring sub-trends in country-level mathematics achievement on TIMSS. International Education Journal, 7 (2), 150-159.

Gregory, K. (2006). A critique of the SACE Review panel's report on community views. International Education Journal, 7 (6), 834-848.

Gregory, K. (2006). The SACE Review panel's final report: Significant flaws in the analysis of statistical data. International Education Journal, 7 (6), 814-833.

Gustafsson, J.E. (2001). Schooling and intelligence: Effects of track of study on level and profile of cognitive abilities. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 166-186.

Ha, T.T. and Harpham, T. (2005). Primary education in Vietnam: Extra classes and outcomes. International Education Journal, 6 (5), 626-634.

Hall, C. and Kidman, J. (2004). Teaching and Learning: Mapping the Contextual Influences. International Education Journal, 5 (3), 331-343.

Halsey, R.J. (2006) Towards a spatial 'self-help' map for teaching living in a rural context. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 490-498.

Hamdan, A. (2005). Film Review. "Mona Lisa Smile": More than a smile. International Education Journal, 6 (3), 417-420.

Hamdan, A. (2005). Women and education in Saudi Arabia: Challenges and achievements. International Education Journal, 6 (1), 42-64.

Harbon, L. (2007). Short-term international experiences and teacher language awareness. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 229-243.

Harrington, C.L., Kopp, T.W. and Schimmel, K.S. (2003). Lessons from the Norwegian Folk High School Tradition. International Education Journal, 4 (2), 121-136.

Haseloff, M. (2007) Students amid pedagogic change: Partners or pawns?. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 81-91.

Hashim, F. and Awang, H. (2005). An institution in search of excellence: Lessons learnt. International Education Journal, 6 (3), 291-296.

Heavner, T. (2005). The applied music lesson: Teaching gifted and talented students utilising principles of comprehensive musicianship. International Education Journal, 6(2), 170-174.

Heinze, A. (2005). Differences in problem solving strategies of mathematically gifted and non-gifted elementary students. International Education Journal, 6(2), 175-183.

Hellsten, M. and Prescott, A. (2004). Learning at University: The International Student Experience. International Education Journal, 5 (3), 344-351.

Henderson, L. (2005). Combining moral philosophy and moral reasoning: The PAVE moral reasoning strategy. International Education Journal, 6(2), 184-193.

Henderson, L. (2007) Multi-level selective classes for gifted students. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 60-67.

Hill, I. (2006). Do International Baccalaureate programs internationalise or globalise? International Education Journal, 7 (1), 98-108.

Ho, W.C. (2006). Popular culture in mainland Chinese education. International Education Journal, 7 (3), 348-363.

Horrocks, L. (2001). The evaluation of the Negotiated Curriculum Plan in South Australia. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 187-202.

Hu, S. (2003). Teaching Chinese to English Background Primary School Students. International Education Journal, 4 (1), 60-69.

Hughes, A.F. (2001). Small languages never die, they only fade away: The case of Welsh in Australia. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 209-215.

Hungi N., Darmawan, I.G.N. and Keeves, J.P. (2004). Examining the Validity of Different Assessment Modes in Measuring Competence in Performing Human Services. International Education Journal, 5 (2), 154-175.

Hunt, A. (2004). Values: Taught or Caught? Experiences of Year 3 students in a Uniting Church School. International Education Journal, 4 (4), 129-143.

Huntley, J. and Owens, L. (2006) "I know they are manipulating me…" Unmasking indirect aggression in an adolescent girls' friendship group: A case study. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 514-523.

Ismail, N.A. and Ang, C.G. (2005). Analysing education production in Malaysia using canonical correlation analysis. International Education Journal, 6 (3), 308-315.

Ismail, N.A. and Othman, A. (2006). Comparing university academic performances of HSC students at the three art-based faculties. International Education Journal, 7 (5), 668-675.

Iyamu, E.O.S. (2005). Parents' and teachers' perception of selection as a factor of quality in the curriculum process in Nigeria. International Education Journal, 6 (1), 96-103.

Iyamu, E.O.S. and Aduwa-Oglebaen, S.E. (2005). Lecturers' perception of student evaluation in Nigerian universities. International Education Journal, 6 (5), 619-625.

Jagusah, O.I.W. (2001). Educational policy in Africa and the issue(s). of context: The case of Nigeria and South Africa. International Education Journal, 2 (5), 113-125.

James, V. and Yates, S.M. (2007) Extending the multiple-goal perspective to tertiary classroom goal structures. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 68-80.

James, V.H. and Owens, L.D. (2004). Peer Victimisation and Conflict Resolution Among Adolescent Girls in a Single-sex South Australian School. International Education Journal, 5 (1), 37-49.

Jewell, P. (2005). Autonomy and liberalism in a multicultural society. International Education Journal, 6 (4), 494-500.

Jewell, P. (2005). Humour in cognitive and social development: Creative artists and class clowns. International Education Journal, 6(2), 200-205.

Jha, S. and Chatterjee, S. (2005). Public-private partnership in a minimally invasive education approach. International Education Journal, 6 (5), 587-597.

Jhurree, V. (2005). Technology integration in education in developing countries: Guidelines to policy makers. International Education Journal, 6 (4), 467-483.

Johnny, L. (2006). Reconceptualising childhood: Children's rights and youth participation in schools. International Education Journal, 7 (1), 17-25.

Johnson, P. (2007) Growing physical, social and cognitive capacity: Engaging with natural environments. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 293-303.

Kamp, A. (2003). Mature Women and the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. Realising the Potential of Recognising Prior Learning. International Education Journal, 4 (1), 17-23.

Kanyongo, G.Y. (2005). Zimbabwe's public education system reforms: Successes and challenges. International Education Journal, 6 (1), 65-74.

Kanyongo, G.Y., Certo, J. and Launcelot, B.I. (2006). Using regression analysis to establish the relationship between home environment and reading achievement: A case of Zimbabwe. International Education Journal, 7 (5), 632-641.

Karam, G. (2006). Vocational and technical education in Lebanon: Strategic issues and challenges. International Education Journal, 7 (3), 259-272.

Kasapoglu, A. (2005). The study of sociology in Turkish higher education. International Education Journal, 6 (4), 537-546.

Katsara. R. (2004). The Need to Investigate Greek Students' Experiences in British Universities: The Use of Ethnography in the Identification of Such a Need. International Education Journal, 5 (1), 79-89.

Kayuni, H. and Tambulasi, R. (2007). Teacher turnover in Malawi's Ministry of Education: Realities and challenges. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 89-99.

Keen, D. (2005). Talent in the new millennium: A two-year research study of gifted education. International Education Journal, 6(2), 206-217.

Keeves, J. (2002). Learning in schools: A modelling approach. International Education Journal, 3 (2), 114-125.

Keeves, J.P. (2004). Monitoring the Learning and Teaching of Science in a Changing World. International Education Journal, 5 (3), 275-293.

Keeves, J.P. (2006). A view from outside the confines of South Australia. International Education Journal, 7 (6), 864-869.

Keeves, J.P. and Curtis, D.D. (2006). Research and national debate on Australian schooling. International Education Journal, 7 (6), 801-813.

Keeves, J.P. and Darmawan, I.G.N. (2007) Issues in language learning. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 16-26.

Keeves, J.P. and Dix, K.L. (2006). Editorial: Back to the Future. International Education Journal, 7 (7), 873-882.

Keeves, J.P. (2006). Editorial: The SACE debate. International Education Journal, 7 (6), 791-794.

Keeves, J.P., Johnson, T.G. and Afrassa, T.M. (2000). Errors: What are they and how significant are they? International Education Journal, 1 (3), 164-180.

Keeves, J.P., Lietz, P., Gregory, K. and Darmawan, I.G.N. (2006). Some Problems in the analysis of cross-national survey data. International Education Journal, 7 (2), 110-126.

Kek, M.A., Darmawan, I.G.N. and Chen, Y.S. (2007) Family, learning environments, learning approaches, and student outcomes in a Malaysian private university. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 318-336.

Keng, C. (2004). Household determinants of schooling progression among rural children in Cambodia. International Education Journal, 5 (4), 552-561.

Kesner, J.E. (2005). Gifted children's relationships with teachers. International Education Journal, 6(2), 218-223.

Khorrami-Arani, O. (2001). Researching computer self-efficacy. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 17-25.

Kijima, M. (2005). Schooling, multiculturalism and cultural identity: Case study of Japanese senior school students in a secondary school in South Australia. International Education Journal, 5 (5), 129-136.

Kilvert, P. (2001). Partnerships 21. International Education Journal, 2 (1), 1-9.

Kilvert, P., Tunbridge, H. and Dow, A. (2001). Looking backward, looking forward: The first 18 months of local governance and management in South Australia. International Education Journal, 2 (3), 148-153.

Kim, K.S. (2004). Public and private in South Korea's education reform vocabulary: An evolving statist culture of education policy. International Education Journal, 5 (4), 521-530.

Kim, T. (2002). "Identity politics" and Korean youth in Japan: A case study of a junior high school student. International Education Journal, 3 (5), 56-63.

Koc, Y., Isiksal, M. and Bulut, S. (2007). Elementary school curriculum reform in Turkey. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 30-39.

Koerner, C. and Harris, J. (2007) Inspired Learning: Creating engaged teaching and learning environments for university and school students through university to school mentor programs. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 354-364.

Komatsu, S. (2002). Transition in the Japanese curriculum: How is the curriculum of elementary and secondary schools in Japan determined? International Education Journal, 3 (5), 50-55.

Kong, Y. and Zhu H. (2005). A decade comparison: Self-concept of gifted and non-gifted adolescents. International Education Journal, 6(2), 224-231.

Kornblum, M. and Ainley, M. (2005). Perfectionism and the gifted: A study of an Australian school sample. International Education Journal, 6(2), 232-239.

Kosnin, A.M. (2007). Self-regulated learning and academic achievement in Malaysian undergraduates. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 221-228.

Kostoulas-Makrakis, N. (2005). Emirati pre-service teachers' perceptions of Europe and Europeans and their teaching implications. International Education Journal, 6 (4), 501-511.

Kotte, D., Lietz, P. and Martinez Lopez, M. (2005). Factors influencing reading achievement in Germany and Spain: Evidence from PISA 2000. International Education Journal, 6 (1), 113-124.

Kraipeerapun, K. and Thongthew, S. (2007). The development of ethnobotany curriculum for students in rural schools: An approach that incorporates the needs and insights of local communities. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 64-70.

Kwok, P. (2001). Local knowledge and value transformation in East Asian mass tutorial schools. International Education Journal, 2 (5), 86-97.

Laddu, N. and Kapadia, S. (2007). Children's judgments of parental fairness: An Indian perspective. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 244-253.

Lam, H. and Selmer, J. (2004). Perceptions of being international: Differences between British adolescents living abroad and those at home. International Education Journal, 5 (3), 360-373.

Lampert, N. (2007). After school arts program serves as real-world teaching lab. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 265-269.

Lazakidou, G., Paraske, F. and Retalis, S. (2007). The transitory phase to the attainment of self-regulatory skill in mathematical problem solving. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 71-81.

Lee, K-H. (2005). The relationship between creative thinking ability and creative personality of 4 to 5 year-old preschoolers. International Education Journal, 6(2), 194-199.

Lee, M. (2006). What makes a difference between two schools? Teacher job satisfaction and educational outcomes. International Education Journal, 7 (5), 642-650.

Lees, P.J. (2007) Planning for learning: An exploration of reception teachers’ attitudes and practices around the South Australian School Entry Assessment Policy. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 145-154.

Lietz, P. (2006). Issues in the change in gender differences in reading achievement in cross-national research studies since 1992: A meta-analytic view. International Education Journal, 7 (2), 127-149.

Lindberg, J.O. and Olofsson, A.D. (2006). Individual and flexible: Working conditions in the practice of Swedish distance-based teacher education. International Education Journal, 7 (5), 699-708.

Lindgren-Gatfield, R. and Hyde, M. (2005). An examination of two case studies used in building a decision-making model. International Education Journal, 6 (5), 555-566.

Liu, C.H. and Matthews, R. (2005). Vygotsky's philosophy: Constructivism and its criticisms examined. International Education Journal, 6 (3), 386-399.

Loong, E.Y.K. (2001). Web mathematics anyone?. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 216-222.

Lorence, J. (2006). Retention and academic achievement research revisited from an United States perspective. International Education Journal, 7 (5), 731-777.

Maarof, N. (2007). Telling his or her story through reflective journals. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 205-220.

Mabokela, R.O. and Wei,N. (2007). Lingering effects of the past on a University merger process in post-apartheid South Africa. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 160-171.

MacJessie-Mbewe, S. (2004). Rural communities-education relationship in developing countries: The case of Malawi. International Education Journal, 5 (3), 308-330.

Maio-Taddeo, C. (2007) Can indicators on school websites be used to determine the level of ICT integration and ICT leadership in schools?. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 103-112.

Major, E.M. (2005). Co-national support, cultural therapy, and the adjustment of Asian students to an English-speaking university culture. International Education Journal, 6 (1), 84-95.

Makkawi, M.H., Hariri, M.M. and Ghaleb, A.R. (2003). Computer utilisation in teaching earth sciences: Experience of King Fahd University of petroleum and minerals. International Education Journal, 4 (2), 89-97.

Mansouri, F. and Trembath, A. (2005). Multicultural education and racism: The case of Arab-Australian students in contemporary Australia. International Education Journal, 6 (4), 516-529.

Mapiasse, S. (2007) Influence of the democratic climate of classrooms on student civic learning in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 393-407.

Mappiasse, S. (2006) Developing and validating instruments for measuring democratic climate of the civic education classroom and student engagement in North Sulawesi, Indonesia. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 580-597.

Marjoribanks, K. (2005). Family background, adolescents' educational aspirations, and Australian young adults' educational attainment. International Education Journal, 6 (1), 104-112.

Masters, G. (2006). The case for an Australian Certificate of Education. International Education Journal, 7 (6), 795-800.

Matthews, B. (2001). The relationship between values and learning. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 223-232.

Matthews, B.M. (2000). The Chinese Value Survey: An interpretation of value scales and consideration of some preliminary results. International Education Journal, 1 (2), 117-126.

McCann, M. (2005). International perspectives on giftedness: Experimental and cultural observations of IQ and creativity with implications for curriculum and policy design. International Education Journal, 6(2), 125-135.

Mcloughlin, C.S. (2002). Barriers to hiring students with disabilities in the workforce. International Education Journal, 3 (1), 13-23.

Mehdizadeh, N. and Scott, G. (2005). Adjustment problems of Iranian international students in Scotland. International Education Journal, 6 (4), 484-493.

Miller, G. (2005). Exploring perceptions of giftedness in the Cook Islands Maori community. International Education Journal, 6(2), 240-246.

Miller, J. (2005). Most ESL students have trouble with the articles. International Education Journal, 5 (5), 80-88.

Miller, J. (2006) An investigation into the effect of English learners' dictionaries on international students' acquisition of the English article system, specifically in the area of countability. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 435-445.

Mishra, B., Suresh, P.S. and Rio, K. (2006). Private schooling industry in North East India: A trend analysis of Nagaland State. International Education Journal, 7 (3), 379-390.

Mollet, J.A. (2007) Educational investment in conflict areas of Indonesia: The case of West Papua Province. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 155-166.

Monyatsi, P.P. (2005). Transforming schools into democratic organisations: The case of the secondary schools management development project in Botswana. International Education Journal, 6 (3), 354-366.

Morgan, D. (2001). Indigenous education: Factors affecting students' decisions to continue or withdraw from Tertiary Studies at Flinders University. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 233-239.

Moswela, B. (2007). From decentralisation to centralisation of community secondary schools in Botswana: A community disenfranchisement in education. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 151-159.

Muchdirin (2005). Book Review: ICT in schools - or how ict can create new, open learning environments. International Education Journal, 6 (5), 651-654.

Munoz, J.M. and Katsioloudes, M.I. (2004). Executive perceptions on international education in a globalised environment: The travel industry's point of view. International Education Journal, 5 (2), 231-238.

Mupinga, D.M., Burnett, M.F. and Redmann, D.H. (2005). Examining the purpose of technical education in Zimbabwe's high schools. International Education Journal, 6 (1), 75-83.

Murphy-Shigematsu, S. (2002). Psychological struggles of Korean international students in Japan. International Education Journal, 3 (5), 75-84.

Murray-Harvey, R., Silins, H. and Saebel, J. (1999). A cross-cultural comparison of student concerns in the Teaching Practicum. International Education Journal, 1 (1), 32-44.

Nakamura, K. (2002). Cultivating global literacy through English as an international language (EIL). Education in Japan: A new paradigm for global education. International Education Journal, 3 (5), 64-74.

Narayana, M.R. (2006). Measurement of education achievement in human development: Evidence from India. International Education Journal, 7 (1), 85-97.

Nazar, F. (2001). Moral judgment of preschool children of the State of Kuwait. International Education Journal, 2 (2), 116-122.

Nelson, G.F., O’Mara, A.J., McInerney, D.M. and Dowson M. (2006) Motivation in cross-cultural settings: A Papua New Guinea psychometric study. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 400-409.

Ng, L.Y., Kamariah, A.B., Samsilah, R., Wong, S.L. and Petri, Z. (2005). Predictors of self-regulated learning in Malaysian smart schools. International Education Journal, 6 (3), 343-353.

Ng, W. and Nguyen, V.T. (2006). Investigating the integration of everyday phenomena and practical work in physics teaching in Vietnamese high schools. International Education Journal, 7 (1), 36-50.

Nicks-McCaleb, L. (2005). The impact of state funded higher education on neighbourhood and community in the United Arab Emirates. International Education Journal, 6 (3), 322-334.

Nilan, P., Cavu, P., Tagicakiverata, I. and Hazelman, E. (2006). White collar work: Career ambitions of Fiji final year school students. International Education Journal, 7 (7), 895-905.

Nnazor, R. (2005). Adult education in Nigeria: The consequence of neglect and agenda for action. International Education Journal, 6 (4), 530-536.

Nordstrum, L.E. (2006). Insisting on equity: A redistribution approach to education. International Education Journal, 7 (5), 721-730.

Novera, I.A. (2004). Indonesian postgraduate students studying in Australia: An examination of their academic, social and cultural experiences. International Education Journal, 5 (4), 475-487.

O'Boyle, M.W. (2005). Some current findings on the brain characteristics of the math gifted adolescent. International Education Journal, 6(2), 247-251.

Oduol, T. (2006) Towards the making of education policy in Kenya: Conclusions and implications. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 466-479.

Ogoye-Ndegwa, C., Mengich, W.S. and Abidha, O. (2007). Parental participation in pupils' homework in Kenya: In search of an inclusive policy. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 118-126.

Okafor, C.A. (2004). Oral tradition and civic education in Africa. International Education Journal, 5 (3), 410-416.

Olubor, R.O. and Ogonor, B.O. (2007). Instructional activities of staff personnel in the effective domain in selected secondary schools in Southern Nigeria. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 82-88.

O'Mara, A.J., Green, J. and Marsh, H.W. (2006) Administering self-concept interventions in schools: No training necessary? A meta-analysis. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 524-533.

Ortiz, J. (2004). International business education in a global environment: A conceptual approach. International Education Journal, 5 (2), 255-265.

Osunde, A.U. and Omoruyi, F.E.O. (2004). An Evaluation of the National Teachers Institute's Manpower Training Program for Teaching Personnel in Mid-western Nigeria. International Education Journal, 5 (3), 405-409.

O'Toole, K.M. (2001). Learning through the physical environment in the workplace. International Education Journal, 2 (1), 10-19.

Owens, L., Shute, R. and Slee, P. (2005). "In the eye of the beholder ...": Girls', boys' and teachers' perceptions of boys' aggression to girls. International Education Journal, 5 (5), 142-151.

Page, G. (2005). Professional socialisation of valuers: What the literature and professional bodies offers. International Education Journal, 5 (5), 105-116.

Page, G. (2007) Professional socialisation of valuers: Program directors perspective. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 167-175.

Paige, H. (2002). Examining the effectiveness of executive coaching on executives. International Education Journal, 3 (2), 61-70.

Pailwar, V.K. and Mahajan, V. (2005). Janshala in Jharkhand: An experiment with community involvement in education. International Education Journal, 6 (3), 373-385.

Pardhan, A. (2005). Booni Valley women's perceptions of schooling: Hopes and barriers. International Education Journal, 6 (4), 438-445.

Paris, P.G. (2003). Critical Thinking and the Use of the Internet as a Resource. International Education Journal, 4 (1), 30-41.

Paris, P.G. (2003). The International Baccalaureate: A case study on why students choose to do the IB. International Education Journal, 4 (3), 232-243.

Paris, P.G. (2004). E-Learning: A study on secondary students' attitudes towards online web assisted learning. International Education Journal, 5 (1), 98-112.

Parra, C.M. and Yano, M. (2005). Testing educational system typologies using Colombian data. International Education Journal, 6 (1), 1-17.

Pfister, C.C., White, D.L. and Masingila, J.O. (2006). Using multimedia case studies to advance pre-service teacher knowing. International Education Journal, 7 (7), 948-956.

Pickering, C. (2005). Accomplishing new literate practices: Students with disabilities rewrite the story. International Education Journal, 5 (5), 137-141.

Pimpa, N. (2003). Development of an instrument for measuring familial influence on Thai students' choices of international education. International Education Journal, 4 (1), 24-29.

Pimpa, N. (2004). The relationship between Thai students' choices of international education and their families. International Education Journal, 5 (3), 352-359.

Poda, I., Murry, J.W. and Miller, M.T. (2006). Internet use in the developing world: A case study of an African university. International Education Journal, 7 (3), 235-244.

Poole, G.S. (2003). Higher education reform in Japan: Amano Ikuo on 'The University in Crisis'. International Education Journal, 4 (3), 149-176.

Popoola, B.I. (2005). Prevalence of peer victimisation among secondary school students in Nigeria. International Education Journal, 6 (5), 598-606.

Power, C.N. (2000). Global trends in education. International Education Journal, 1 (3), 152-163.

Pretor Fok, W. (2007). Internationalisation of higher education in Hong Kong. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 184-193.

Price, J. and Price, R. (2005). Finding the true incidence rate of plagiarism . International Education Journal, 6 (4), 421-429.

Quetgles-Pons, T. (2001). Losing cultural diversity in Europe? International Education Journal, 2 (5), 126-137.

Quezada, R.L. (2004). Beyond educational tourism: Lessons learned while student teaching abroad. International Education Journal, 5 (4), 458-465.

Raihani (2007). Education reforms in Indonesia in the twenty-first century. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 172-183.

Rexeisen, R.J. and Sathe, R.S. (2005). Prudent fiscal stewardship: Estimating the expected monetary value of an educational program. International Education Journal, 6 (3), 297-307.

Richardson, W., von Kirchenheim, C. and Richardson, C. (2006). Teachers and their international relocation: The effect of self-esteem and pay satisfaction on adjustment and outcome variables. International Education Journal, 7 (7), 883-894.

Richmond, J. E. D. (2007). Bringing critical thinking to the education of developing country professionals. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 1-29.

Rizvi, N.F. and Lawson, M.J. (2007) Prospective teachers’ knowledge: Concept of division. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 377-392.

Rosecky, R.B., Smith, L.W. and Yongfang, L. (2004). Non-public collegiate education in modern P.R. China. International Education Journal, 5 (2), 221-230.

Rossetto, M. (2006) Heterotopia and its role in the lived experiences of resettlement. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 446-454.

Rothman, S. (2001). School absence and student background factors: A multilevel analysis. International Education Journal, 2 (1), 59-68.

Rothman, S. (2004). Staying longer at school and absenteeism: Evidence from Australian research and the longitudinal surveys of Australian youth. International Education Journal, 5 (1), 113-123.

Rumpagaporn. M.W. and Darmawan, I.G.N. (2007) Students’ critical thinking skills in a Thai ICT schools pilot project. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 125-132.

Russell, A. (2007) Kevin Marjoribanks: A life in education in context. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 1-15.

Ryan, E.C. (2004). A boy's secondary school changes to coeducation. International Education Journal, 5 (3), 385-395.

Ryan, R. (2001). Master concept or defensive rhetoric: Evaluating Australian VET policy against past practice and current international principles of Lifelong Learning. International Education Journal, 2 (3), 133-147.

Saha, L.J.(2004). Prosocial behaviour and political culture among Australian secondary school students. International Education Journal, 5 (1), 9-25.

Sahid, A. (2004). The changing nature of the role of principals in primary and junior secondary schools in South Australia following the introduction local school management (Partnerships 21). International Education Journal, 4 (4), 144-153.

Sahin, N., Deniz, S. and Görgen, I. (2006). Student teachers' attitudes concerning understanding the nature of science in Turkey. International Education Journal, 7 (1), 51-55.

Sak, U. and Maker, C.J. (2005). Divergence and convergence of mental forces of children in open and closed mathematical problems. International Education Journal, 6(2), 252-260.

Sanderson, G. (2002). International education developments in Singapore. International Education Journal, 3 (2), 85-103.

Sanderson, G. (2004). Existentialism, globalisation and the cultural other. International Education Journal, 4 (4), 1-20.

Sankhulani, L. (2007). Responding to the needs of the community: Examining the educational opportunities for girls in rural Malawi. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 100-107.

Sarikaya, M. (2007). Prospective teachers' misconceptions about the atomic structure in the context of electrification by friction and an activity in order to remedy them. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 40-63.

Sawir, E. (2005). Language difficulties of international students in Australia: The effects of prior learning experience. International Education Journal, 6 (5), 567-580.

Schulz, S. (2005). The gifted: Identity construction through the practice of gifted education. International Education Journal, 5 (5), 117-128.

Schulz, S. (2007) Inside The Contract Zone: White teachers in the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 270-283.

Sexton, S.S. (2004). Prior teacher experiences informing how post-graduate teacher candidates see teaching and themselves in the role as the teacher. International Education Journal, 5 (2), 205-214.

Shingaki, R., Kamioka, H., Irie, M. and Nishimura, F. (2006). Implementation and evaluation of the debate-style tutorial study in a third-year dental curriculum in Japan. International Education Journal, 7 (3), 305-313.

Sijuwade, P.O. (2001). A comparative study of family characteristics of Anglo-American and Asian-American high achievers. International Education Journal, 2 (3), 161-167.

Silins, H. (2001). Action learning: A strategy for change. International Education Journal, 2 (2), 79-95.

Silins, H., Zarins, S. and Mulford, B. (2002). What characteristics and processes define a school as a learning organisation? Is this a useful concept to apply to schools? International Education Journal, 3 (1), 24-32.

Skuza, P.P. (2006). Percentage population plots: A proposition for a new strategy for data analysis in comparative education. International Education Journal, 7 (2), 189-206.

Slade, M. (2001). What is a 'Good Teacher'?: The Views of Boys. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 240-253.

Slade, M. and Trent, F. (2000). What the boys are saying: An examination of the views of boys about declining rates of achievement and retention. International Education Journal, 1 (3), 201-229.

Smith, F., Hardman, F. and Tooley, J. (2005). Classroom interaction in private schools serving low-income families in Hyderabad, India. International Education Journal, 6 (5), 607-618.

Smolicz, J.J., Hudson, D.M. and Secombe, M.J. (2001). Some aspects of moral values among university students in three societies: Poland, Australia and the Philippines. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 203-208.

Snider, P.D. (2001). Counselling for international students in Western Universities: A cross-cultural examination of counselling expectations and services. International Education Journal, 2 (5), 61-85.

Soen, D. (2002). School violence and its prevention in Israel. International Education Journal, 3 (3), 188-205.

Soen, D. and Davidovitch, N. (2004). Centre and periphery in higher education: The case of Israel. International Education Journal, 5 (4), 439-457.

Spencer, R. (2007) Your place or mine? Evaluating the perspectives of the Practical Legal Training work experience placement through the eyes of the supervisors and the students. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 365-376.

Spiering, K. and Erickson, S. (2006). Study abroad as innovation: Applying the diffusion model to international education. International Education Journal, 7 (3), 314-322.

Spiropoulou, D., Roussos, G. and Voutirakis, J. (2005). The role of environmental education in compulsory education: The case of mathematics textbooks in Greece. International Education Journal, 6 (3), 400-406.

Stamoulas, A. (2006). Forms of infringement of the right to education in contemporary Greek educational structures. International Education Journal, 7 (1), 74-84.

Stenzel, L.M., Saha, L.J. and Guareschi, P. (2006). To be fat or thin? Social representations of the body among adolescent female students in Brazil. International Education Journal, 7 (5), 611-631.

Stoeger, H. and Ziegler, A. (2005). Evaluation of an elementary classroom self-regulated learning program for gifted math underachievers. International Education Journal, 6(2), 261-271.

Su, Z., Gamage, D. and Mininberg, E. (2003). Professional preparation and development of school leaders in Australia and the USA. International Education Journal, 4 (1), 42-59.

Subban, P. (2006). Differentiated instruction: A research basis. International Education Journal, 7 (7), 935-947.

Subedi, B.R. (2003). Factors influencing high school student achievement in Nepal. International Education Journal, 4 (2), 98-107.

Subedi, B.S. (2004). Emerging trends of research on transfer of learning. International Education Journal, 5 (4), 591-599.

Taguchi, K. (2006) Is motivation a predictor of foreign language learning?. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 560-569.

Talib, O. Matthews, R. and Secombe, M. (2005). Computer-animated instruction and students' conceptual change in electrochemistry: Preliminary qualitative analysis. International Education Journal, 5 (5), 29-42.

Tamai, K. and Lee, J. (2002). Confucianism as cultural constraint: A comparison of Confucian values of Japanese and Korean university students. International Education Journal, 3 (5), 33-49.

Tan, C. (2005). The potential of Singapore's ability driven education to prepare students for a knowledge economy. International Education Journal, 6 (4), 446-453.

Tan, J.B.Y. and Yates, S.M. (2007) A Rasch analysis of the Academic Self-Concept Questionnaire. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 470-484.

Tan, J.K.L. and Goh, J.W.P. (2006). Why do they not talk? Towards an understanding of students' cross-cultural encounters from an individualism/collectivism perspective. International Education Journal, 7 (5), 651-667.

Taylor, P.G. (2005). The children's peace project: Service-learning and art education. International Education Journal, 6 (5), 581-586.

Tedman, D.K. and Keeves, J.P. (2001). The development of scales to measure students' teachers' and scientists' views on STS. International Education Journal, 2 (1), 20-48.

Temiz, B.K., Tasar, M.F. and Tan, M. (2006). Development and validation of a multiple format test of science process skills. International Education Journal, 7 (7), 1007-1027.

Tenri, S. (2005). Book Review: The untested accusation: Principals, research knowledge, and policy making in schools. International Education Journal, 6 (5), 655-658.

Tercanlioglu, L. (2004). Postgraduate students' use of reading strategies in L1 and ESL contexts: Links to success. International Education Journal, 5 (4), 562-570.

Thompson, F. and Logue, S. (2006) An exploration of common student misconceptions in science. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 553-559.

Thompson, M. (1999). An evaluation of the implementation of The Dimensions of Learning Program in an Australian independent boys school. International Education Journal, 1 (1), 45-60.

Thompson, M. (2003). The Application of rasch scaling to wine judging. International Education Journal, 4 (3), 201-223.

Ting, D.H. and Abella, M.S. (2007). Measuring student course evaluations: The use of a loglinear model. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 194-204.

Touloumtzoglou, J. (2000). Resolving binary responses to the Visual Arts Attitude Scale with the hyperbolic cosine model. International Education Journal, 1 (2), 94-116.

Touloumtzoglou, J. (2001). Validation of the Aesthetic Judgement Scale through an investigation of interrelationships with external predictors. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 254-277.

Tran, P.P. (2007) Work and family roles of women in Ho Chi Minh City. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 284-292.

Tran, T.A.T. and Lawson, M. (2001). Students' procedures for reviewing lecture notes. International Education Journal, 2 (4), 278-293.

Tran, T.A.T. and Lawson, M. (2007) Students’ pedagogical knowledge about teachers’ use of questions. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 418-432.

Trevaskis, D. (2004). The 'Including Studies of Asia in Curriculum' professional development program: Who's doing it and why? International Education Journal, 4 (4), 114-128.

Trevaskis, D. (2006). Going All the Way: A life history account focusing on a teacher's engagement with studies of Asia. International Education Journal, 7 (1), 1-16.

Trice, A.G. (2007). Faculty perspectives regarding graduate international students' isolation from host national students. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 108-117.

Tsai, E., Fung, L. and Chow, L. (2006). Sources and manifestations of stress in female kindergarten teachers. International Education Journal, 7 (3), 364-370.

Tshabangu, I.P. (2006). Student participation and responsible citizenship in a non-polyarchy: An evaluation of challenges facing Zimbabwe's schools. International Education Journal, 7 (1), 56-65.

Tzivinikou, S. (2004). Developmental speech problems and bilingualism: The difficulties of identification. International Education Journal, 5 (4), 466-474.

Ulusoy, M. (2006). Readability approaches: Implications for Turkey. International Education Journal, 7 (3), 323-332.

Urabe, M. (2006). Cultural barriers in educational evaluation: A comparative study on school report cards in Japan and Germany. International Education Journal, 7 (3), 273-283.

Urban, K.K. (2005). Assessing creativity: The test for creative thinking - drawing production (TCT-DP). International Education Journal, 6(2), 272-280.

Valdiviezo, L.A. (2006). Interculturality for Afro-Peruvians: Towards a racially inclusive education in Peru. International Education Journal, 7 (1), 26-35.

Van Deur, P. (2004). Gifted primary students' knowledge of self directed learning. International Education Journal, 4 (4), 64-74.

Van Deur, P. and Murray-Harvey, R. (2005). The inquiry nature of primary schools and students' self-directed learning knowledge. International Education Journal, 5 (5), 166-177.

van Schalkwyk,G.J. (2007). Choreographing learning in developmental psychology utilising multi-generational genograms and reflective journal writing. International Education Journal, 8 (1), 127-138.

Vandermensbrugghe, J. (2004). The unbearable vagueness of critical thinking in the context of the Anglo-Saxonisation of education. International Education Journal, 5 (3), 417-422.

Varaki, B.S. (2003). Epistemological beliefs and leadership style among school principals. International Education Journal, 4 (3), 224-231.

Vianty, M. (2007) The comparison of students’ use of metacognitive reading strategies between reading in Bahasa Indonesia and in English. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 449-460.

von Kirchenheim, C. and Richardson, W. (2005). Teachers and their international relocation: The effect of self-efficacy and flexibility on adjustment and outcome variables. International Education Journal, 6 (3), 407-416.

Vongalis, A. (2004). Global education policy directives: Impact on teachers from the north and south. International Education Journal, 5 (4), 488-501.

Wachanga, S.W. and Mwangi, J.G. (2004). Effects of the Cooperative class experiment teaching method on secondary school students' chemistry achievement in Kenya's Nakuru district. International Education Journal, 5 (1), 26-36.

Walker, K. (2004). Teachers and teacher world-views. International Education Journal, 5 (3), 433-438.

Wallace, M. and Athamesara, R. (2004). The Thai community curriculum as a model for multicultural education. International Education Journal, 5 (1), 50-64.

Wang, C. (2006) On Chinese Culture Curriculum planning. International Education Journal, 7 (4), 570-579.

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Wang, L. (2007) Variation in learning styles in a group of Chinese English as a foreign language learners. International Education Journal, 8 (2), 408-417.

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