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Ladwig, James G.

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Working backwards towards curriculum: on the curricular implications of quality teaching 99 79 2
Conceptions of social science knowledge: assessing the impact on pedagogical reform 135 108 12
Beyond academic outcomes 141 128 0
Professional learning, pedagogical improvement, and the circulation of power 137 103 18
On the status and quality of physical education as school subject: an empirical study of classroom and assessment practice 137 95 15
Monitoring the quality of pedagogy 217 168 102
Coda: terrorism, globalization, schooling and humanity 48 44 1
Quality of pedagogy and student achievement: multi-level replication of authentic pedagogy 629 478 89
Response to Loomis et al.: information flows, knowledge transportability, teacher education and world culture 26 22 1
Productive Pedagogy as a framework for teacher education 378 288 43
Exploring "Productive Pedagogy" as a framework for teacher learning 199 140 48
Modelling pedagogy in Australian school reform 158 102 29
Educational Governance, Social Inclusion and Social Exclusion in Australia: an overview for the symposium at the 2000 AARE Conference, Sydney 292 263 15
Modelling pedagogy in Australian school reform 91 79 3
Conceptions of historical and geographical knowledge: assessing the impact of pedagogical reform 238 184 5
Towards better teaching: productive pedagogy as a framework for teacher education 151 127 0
Anti-Intellectualism and teacher education in the 21st century 92 72 0
Re-reading the standards agenda: an Australian case study 119 98 6
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