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|1||Possibilities for Promoting Global Education in Japan||
|2||Group Members’ Frame Switching to Understand Each Other.||
|3||Creating Long-Term Change in International Animal Welfare: An Argument for.||
|4||Unpacking How Students Listen to Group Mates: Secondary Listening, Secondary Sourcing, and Attending to Framing.||
|5||Effects of teacher characteristics on Project ABC outcomes in Niger||
Schutte, Rebecca F.
|6||From Aspiration To Obligation: The Evolving Right to Education in International Law||
Leighton, Seth M.
|7||Afghanistan, Education and the Formation of the Taliban||
Nolan, Leigh E.
|8||Building consensus through modeling: A framework for the fitness of ideas in classroom science discourse.||
Shaban, Yara W.
|9||“Here, You Try Something”: Shifting Positioning and Engineering Engagement in a Fifth-Grade Classroom.||
|10||Education in Complex Emergencies: A Case Study of the IRC Guinea Education Program||
|11||Negotiation of Roles in the Co-construction of Epistemological Framing in Clinical Interviews.||
Shaban, Yara W.
|12||A Fourth Grade Student’s Exploration of Variable Notation Through a Function Representation Task.||
Sawrey, Katharine B.
|13||Winning Hearts and Minds Through Actual Deeds: U.S. Public Diplomacy During the Occupation of the Philippines in Comparison With the American Involvement in Iraq Today||
Kugelman, Michael S
|14||Foreign Direct Investment as a Catalyst for Human Capital Accumulation||
|15||The Local as Client: Educational Decentralization and Partnership in Nicaragua||
Roland, Eric S.