Saturday, September 24th, 2022

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Assor, A., Kaplan, H., Feinberg, O., & Tal, K. (2009). Combining vision with voice: A learning and implementation structure promoting teachers’ internalization of practices based on self-determination theory. Theory and Research in Education, 7(2), 234-243.

Au, W. (2007). High-stakes testing and curricular control: A qualitative metasynthesis. Educational Researcher, 36(5), 258–267.

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Backhaus, K. (2009). Desire for professional development among adjunct business faculty. Journal of Faculty Development, 23(1), 40-47.

Baker-Henningham, H., & Walker, S. (2009). A qualitative study of teacher’s perceptions of an intervention to prevent conduct problems in Jamaican pre-schools. Child Care Health and Development, 35(5), 632-642.

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Bantwini, B. D. (2010). How teachers perceive the new curriculum reform: Lessons from a school district in the Eastern Cape Province, South Africa. International Journal of Educational Development, 30(1), 83-90.

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