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JARE, 2006 Vol. 10

August 26, 2009

Contents

Editorial i
Asmah Morni & Rosalind Kitson-Charleston

Are Your Children Psychologically and Physically Safe in Their Preschool Classroom?

1-17

David R. Boorer

‘Everyone Looks at the World from a Different Point of View’: A Discussion About Poor Teaching.

18-34

Harkirat S. Dhindsa

Improving the Quality of Science Students’ Decisions Through Micro-Group-Project Work.

35-42

James M. Bourke

The Role of the Language Teacher Educator as Catalyst of Change

43-52

R. Santhiram & Tan Yao Sua

Bilingual Education for Ethnic Minorities: The Case of Malaysia.

53-66

Sue Nair

Teachers’ Engagement with Change: A Snapshot from Brunei Darussalam.

67-86

Chan Wei Meng & Lim Kam Ming

Adolescent Foreign Students’ Preferred Sources of help for Academic and Interpersonal Problems

87-95

Terrence J. Sullivan & Mark Smith

Lesson Study: An Integrated professional Development Strategy for an Isolated Profession.

96-105

Keith Wood

Phenomenographic Pedagogy and Variation theory – Linking Teaching with Learners’ Ways of Experiencing the Object of Learning.

106-112

Lawrence Mundia

Self-Esteem in Early Adolescence: A Case Study of Brunei Lower Secondary School Students..

113-119

Desmond Patrick Brown

The Use of Humour, Anecdotes, Analogies and Metaphors to Spice-Up the Teaching-Learning Experience.

120-126

Bob Chui-Seng Yong

Students’ Motivational Traits and Their Association with Achievement in and Attitudes Towards Biology.

127-136

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