2007

International Handbook of Student Experience in Elementary and Secondary School

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ISBN: 978-1-4020-3366-7 (Print) 978-1-4020-3367-4 (Online)

Table of contents (33 chapters)

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  1. Researching Student Experiences in Elementary and Secondary School: An Evolving Field of Study

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 1-76

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      Pages 1-76

      Researching Student Experiences in Elementary and Secondary School: An Evolving Field of Study

  2. How Students Participate in and Make Sense of Life in Classrooms and Schools

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      Pages 77-77

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      Pages 79-83

      Introduction to Section One

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      Pages 85-98

      Naming Student Experiences and Experiencing Student Naming

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      Pages 99-114

      Teaching as Research: Puzzling Over Words with Fourth Graders

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      Pages 115-142

      School Literacy and the Development of a Child Culture: Written Remnants of the “Gusto of Life”

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      Pages 143-166

      Dissolving Learning Boundaries: The Doing, Re-Doing, and Undoing of School

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      Pages 167-192

      “Some Things are Fair, Some Things are Not Fair, and Some Things are Not, Not Fair”: Young Children’s Experiences of ‘Unfairness’ in School

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      Pages 193-231

      The Role of Personal Standards in Second Graders’ Moral and Academic Engagement

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      Pages 233-261

      Mentors for Students in Elementary School: the Promise and Possibilities

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      Pages 263-281

      “I’ve Decided to Change and it’s Just Really Hard to, Like, Show the Teachers that”

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      Pages 283-311

      Students’ Perspectives on Good Teaching: Implications for Adult Reform Behavior

  3. Who Students Are and How They Develop in Classrooms and Schools

    1. Front Matter

      Pages 313-313

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      Pages 315-319

      Introduction to Section Two

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      Pages 321-346

      “Boys Will Be Boys” but in what Ways? Social Class and the Development of Young Boys’ Schooling Identities

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      Pages 347-374

      Schooling, Normalisation, and Gendered Bodies: Adolescent Boys’ and Girls’ Experiences of Gender and Schooling

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      Pages 375-403

      Differences in Transition: Diverse Students Navigating the First Year of High School

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      Pages 405-437

      Building Theories of Their Lives: Youth Engaged In Drama Research

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      Pages 439-462

      How Students Learn About Right and Wrong in the First Year of a Pakistani Private School

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      Pages 463-491

      Schooling in the Context of Difference: The Challenge of Post-Colonial Education in Ghana

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      Pages 493-516

      Ali: Becoming A Student–A Life History

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      Pages 517-554

      Portraits of Self and Identity Constructions: Three Chinese Girls’ Trilingual Textual Powers

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