The Study of Primary Education: A Source Book - Vol. 4

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Index

a
accountability 24 , 46
action research 165 , 169 -72, 174 , 177 , 196 , 206 , 215
classroom organization 190 -1, 194
defined 168
teachers working together 209 -13
aesthetics 81 , 82 , 87
age range 34 -6, 190
anxiety 27
Applegate School 115 -6, 117
art and craft 10 , 179 , 191 -2
time allocated 40 , 79 , 83 , 139
Ashton First School 147
assembly 81 , 103 , 180 , 185 , 199
assessment 12 - 13 , 46 , 94 , 138 , 144 , 170
on entry 139 -40
ethnicity 142
gender 142
internal 139 , 140
national 132 , 144
Atkinson School 150
attainment 1 , 126 -7, 132 -42
ethnicity 140 -2
gender 140 -2
matching 69 - 73
parents expectations 138
pre-school 132 -35
at school 135 -42
size of class 126 -7
streaming 144 -6
teaching styles 14 - 15 , 17 , 26 -7, 29 , 30 -2, 36
autonomy
of children 10 , 48 , 185
of children’s learning 44 -5, 47 -8
of teachers 138

b
basic skills 24 -5, 42 , 45 , 46 , 78 , 82 -3
teaching styles 30 -1, 34 -5
time allocated 40 , 79 , 139
see also three Rs
Bassey, M. 78 -9, 86
Black Papers 39
Bruner, J. 8 , 204
Bullock Report 79
bullying 186 , 189

c
Callaghan, James 39
careers of teachers 43 , 158 , 195
Castlegate School 24
chemistry 165
child-centredness 8 - 9 , 24 , 43 , 145 , 149
classroom enquiry 165 , 174 , 178 -9, 203 -5
classroom meeting 182 -9
cluster analyses 11 - 13 , 16 , 19 , 29
Cockcroft Report 2
cognitive development 8 - 10 , 17 - 18 , 178 , 188
control 11 - 12 , 16 - 21 , 99 , 131 , 158 , 160 -1, 165
informal teaching 23 -4, 45
of learning 123 -5
culture 10 , 24 , 25 , 43 , 62
curriculum 9 , 40 , 50 , 108 , 130 -1, 140 , 182 , 212
attainment 69 , 71 -2, 138
content 69 , 74
development 1 - 3 , 178 , 200
informal teaching 23 , 44 -5
matching 69 , 71 -2, 75
National 80 , 132 , 144
organization 1 - 3 , 61 , 152 , 192 -4

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • General Introduction xi
  • Compilers’ Notes xiii
  • Acknowledgments xiv
  • Introduction: 1
  • 1 - Teachers and Teaching 5
  • Notes 22
  • References 46
  • 2 - Children and Learning 57
  • Reference 60
  • References 76
  • References 98
  • References 140
  • 3 - Teachers as Researchers 155
  • Reference 191
  • Reference 205
  • Index 209
  • The Study of Primary Education—a Source Book: 215
  • Volume 1: Perspectives 216
  • Volume 2: the Curriculum 225
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