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מעודכן לתאריך 19.05.2019  
1. Differential effect of university entrance score on first-year students’ academic performance in Portugal
Maria Ferr?o & Leandro Almeida
JN: Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education
  Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education   2019   VOL. 44   NO. 4   pp. 610-622  

2. The standards for academics’ standards-based assessment practices
Dennis Alonzo, Negin Mirriahi & Chris Davison
JN: Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education
  Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education   2019   VOL. 44   NO. 4   pp. 636-652  

3. Can training improve marker accuracy at detecting contract cheating? A multi-disciplinary pre-post study
Phillip Dawson & Wendy Sutherland-Smith
JN: Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education
  Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education   2019   VOL. 44   NO. 5   pp. 715-725  

4. Bias hypotheses under scrutiny: investigating the validity of student assessment of university teaching by means of external observer ratings
Elisabeth Fischer & Martin H?nze
JN: Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education
  Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education   2019   VOL. 44   NO. 5   pp. 772-786  

5. Cynical neoliberalism or true agency? Israeli governmental discourse about entrepreneurship in the education system
Netta Sagie & Miri Yemini
JN: Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education
  Compare: A Journal of Comparative and International Education   2019   VOL. 49   NO. 1   pp. 47-63  

6. The Role of Performance Feedback and Implementation of Evidence-Based Practices for Preservice Special Education Teachers and Student Outcomes: A Review of the Literature
Rachel Anne Schles; Rachel E. Robertson
JN: Teacher Education and Special Education
  Teacher Education and Special Education   2019   VOL. 42   NO. 1   pp. 18–35  

7. Effect of Preservice Classroom Management Training on Attitudes and Skills for Teaching Children With Emotional and Behavioral Problems: A Randomized Control Trial
Kristina M. Klopfer; Katreena Scott; Jennifer Jenkins
JN: Teacher Education and Special Education
  Teacher Education and Special Education   2019   VOL. 42   NO. 1   pp. 49–66  

8. Lesson Study: professional development (PD) for beginning and experienced teachers
Fer Coenders & Nellie Verhoef
JN: Professional Development in Education
  Professional Development in Education   2019   VOL. 45   NO. 2   pp. 217-230  

9. Meeting agenda matters: promoting reflective dialogue in teacher communities
Selcuk Dogan, Nihal Yurtseven & Ramazan ?amil Tat?k
JN: Professional Development in Education
  Professional Development in Education   2019   VOL. 45   NO. 2   pp. 231-249  

10. Collaborative Meaning-Making and Dialogic Interactions in Critical Friends as Co-Authors
Elsie L. Olan & Christi Edge
JN: Studying Teacher Education
  Studying Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 15   NO. 1   pp. 31-43  

11. Affecting Education Policy through Border Crossing between Special Education and General Education
Renee T. Clift & Carl Liaupsin
JN: Studying Teacher Education
  Studying Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 45   NO. 1   pp. 56-66  

12. Understanding Teacher Candidate Misconceptions and Concerns about Differentiated Instruction
Hilary Dack
JN: The Teacher Educator
  The Teacher Educator   2019   VOL. 54   NO. 1   pp. 22-45  

13. Attitudes and Knowledge of Future Teachers to Identify Struggling Readers
Abigail L. Jones, Thomas G. Holtgraves & Janay B. Sander
JN: The Teacher Educator
  The Teacher Educator   2019   VOL. 54   NO. 1   pp. 46-59  

14. The Role of Community College Attendance in Shaping Baccalaureate Recipients’ Access to Graduate and Professional Education
Xueli Wang; Yen Lee; Kelly Wickersham
JN: Educational Researcher
  Educational Researcher   2019   VOL. 48   NO. 2   pp. 84–100  

15. The Relationship Between Advanced Placement Mathematics Courses and Students’ STEM Career Interest
Russell T. Warne; Gerhard Sonnert; Philip M. Sadler
JN: Educational Researcher
  Educational Researcher   2019   VOL. 48   NO. 2   pp. 101–111  

16. Education as a Complex System: Conceptual and Methodological Implications
Michael J. Jacobson; James A. Levin; Manu Kapur
JN: Educational Researcher
  Educational Researcher   2019   VOL. 48   NO. 2   pp. 112–119  

17. Working together within a system: educative mentoring and novice teacher learning
Lindsay Joseph Wexler
JN: Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning
  Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning   2019   VOL. 27   NO. 1   pp. 44-67  

18. The peer mentor experience in a physical activity intervention for mental health
Taylor Leenstra, Linda Keeler, Jessyca Arthur-Cameselle & Keith Russell
JN: Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning
  Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning   2019   VOL. 27   NO. 1   pp. 68-87  

19. Online Stratification: How Academic Performance Indicators Relate to Choices Between Cyber Charter Schools
Bryan A. Mann & Stephen Kotok
JN: Teachers College Record
  Teachers College Record   2019   VOL. 121   NO. 3   pp. 1-24  

20. Navigating the Quicksand: How Postsecondary Administrators Understand the Influence of Affirmative Action Developments on Racial Diversity Work
Liliana M. Garces & Darkhan Bilyalov
JN: Teachers College Record
  Teachers College Record   2019   VOL. 121   NO. 3   pp. 1-40  

21. Predicting teacher commitment as a multi-foci construct in a multi-cultural context: the effects of individual, school, and district level factors
Guang Yang, Masood Badri, Asma Al Rashedi & Karima Almazroui
JN: Teachers and Teaching: theory and practice
  Teachers and Teaching: theory and practice   2019   VOL. 25   NO. 3   pp. 301-319  

22. Attributions and emotional competence: why some teachers experience close relationships with disruptive students (and others don’t)
Kevin F. McGrath & Penny Van Bergen
JN: Teachers and Teaching: theory and practice
  Teachers and Teaching: theory and practice   2019   VOL. 25   NO. 3   pp. 334-357  

23. A review of critical literacies in preservice teacher education: pedagogies, shifts, and barriers
Aimee Hendrix-Soto & Melissa Mosley Wetzel
JN: Teaching Education
  Teaching Education   2019   VOL. 30   NO. 2   pp. 200-216  

24. Classroom practices of cooperating teachers and their relationship to collaboration quality and time: perceptions of student teachers
Theresa J. Gurl
JN: Teaching Education
  Teaching Education   2019   VOL. 30   NO. 2   pp. 177-199  

25. Exploring and evaluating differentiated assessment practices of in-service teachers for components of differentiation
Amrita Kaur, Mohammad Noman & Rosna Awang-Hashim
JN: Teaching Education
  Teaching Education   2019   VOL. 30   NO. 2   pp. 160-176  

26. Patterns in how pre-service elementary teachers formulate evidence-based claims about student cognition
Katherine A. Reynolds, Jessica H. Triant & Todd D. Reeves
JN: Journal of Education for Teaching
  Journal of Education for Teaching   2019   VOL. 45   NO. 2   pp. 140-154  

27. Mapping a strong school culture and linking it to sustainable school improvement
Moosung Lee, Karen Seashore Louis
JN: Teaching and Teacher Education
  Teaching and Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 81   pp. 84-96  

28. Teachers' self-efficacy and the sources of efficacy: A cross-cultural investigation in Japan and Finland
Akie Yada; Asko Tolvanen; Olli-Pekka Malinen;Hiroshi Shimada Kyoko Imai-Matsumura;
JN: Teaching and Teacher Education
  Teaching and Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 81   pp. 13-24  

29. The impact of Lesson Study professional development on the quality of teacher learning
Jan D. Vermunt; Maria Vrikki; Nicolette van Halem; Paul Warwick
JN: Teaching and Teacher Education
  Teaching and Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 81   pp. 61-73  

30. Pre-service teachers in Germany’s pluralistic scholarship system and their motivations for becoming teachers
artin Drahmann, Samuel Merk, Colin Cramer & Martin Rothland
JN: European Journal of Teacher Education
  European Journal of Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 42   NO. 2   pp. 135-150  

31. Teacher education matters: Finnish teacher educators’ concerns, beliefs, and values
Katriina Maaranen, Heikki Kynaslahti, Reijo Byman
JN: European Journal of Teacher Education
  European Journal of Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 42   NO. 2   pp. 211-227  

32. Tutors seen through the eyes of mentors assumptions for participation in third space in teacher education
Ingrid Helleve & Marit Ulvik
JN: European Journal of Teacher Education
  European Journal of Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 42   NO. 2   pp. 228-242  

33. Is teacher attrition a poor estimate of the value of teacher education? A Swedish case
Rickard Carlsson, Per Lindqvist & Ulla Karin Nord?nger
JN: European Journal of Teacher Education
  European Journal of Teacher Education   2019   VOL. 42   NO. 2   pp. 243-257  

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