The University of Wales Journal of Education

Posted on 19 June 2014
Journal of Education

Previously published under the title The Welsh Journal of Education, this internationally-distributed annual journal offers an arena for disseminating education research from national and international perspectives.

Edited by Dr Howard Tanner, Swansea Metropolitan University, and published annually in February, the journal explores a range of controversial arguments relating to education, including areas such as bilingualism, religion in education, well-being and the standards of literacy and numeracy. The contemporary drive for improved education standards, within Wales and internationally, provides a wealth of interdisciplinary research opportunities, and the journal aims to publish research reports relating to these current issues.

The journal also includes a comprehensive reviews section.

Contents Volume 15
1. Research Capacity in Education in Wales: Terminal decline or regeneration? – Howard Tanner
2. Capacity and Quality in Education Research in Wales – Richard Daugherty and Susan M. B. Davies
3. The Twist or the Tango? Strictly . . . Comparing two approaches to educational research capacity building which have been funded by the Welsh Education Research Network – Susan M. B. Davies
4. What’s Occurring? The what, why, when and how of research capacity building in a pilot project with EAL learners and science – Jan Salisbury, Cheryl Ellis, Gary Beauchamp and Chantelle Haughton
5. Metacognition in the Foundation Phase: Using VSRD to help young children talk about their thinking – Howard Tanner, Sonia Jones and Helen Lewis
6. The Challenges and Benefits Presented by Partnerships within Rural Education in Wales – Rosemary Cann, Malcolm Thomas and Martin Jephcote
7. Datblygu a Gwerthuso Dulliau Dysgu Cyfunol a Thrawsieithu mewn Sefyllfa Ddysgu Dwyieithog – Enlli Môn Thomas
8. Levels of Behavioural Difficulties among Young Welsh School Children – Judy Hutchings, Margiad Elen Williams, Pam Martin and R. Orina Pritchard
9. The National Behaviour and Attendance Review (NBAR): Summary and prospective outlook – Ken Reid

For information on how to subscribe to The University of Wales Journal of Education, contact Turpin Distribution at / +44 (0)1767 60 4951.

The University of Wales Journal of Education is hosted online by IngentaConnect at: Access is available from volume 11.1 (June 2002) onwards.

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