FORUM Volume 55 (2013) Issue 1

ISSN 0963-8253

Contents

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This Way Out: teachers and pupils escaping from fixed ability thinking and practice

Editorial. The Enduring Problem of Fixed Ability: but is a new conversation beginning?, , pages 3‑7
Mary Jane Drummond, Patrick Yarker Free to download

The Brian Simon Memorial Lecture 2012, Education as Reconstruction: another way of looking at primary education, pages 9‑29
Michael Armstrong Free to download

'The Blue Table Means You Don't Have a Clue': the persistence of fixed-ability thinking and practices in primary mathematics in English schools, pages 31‑44
RACHEL MARKS Free to download

Surprise in Schools: Martin Buber and dialogic schooling, pages 45‑58
JULIAN STERN

Beyond 'Ability': some European alternatives, pages 59‑72
TERRY WRIGLEY

The Possibilities and Difficulties of Teaching Secondary Mathematics in All-attainment Groups, pages 73‑84
GWEN TRESIDDER, ANNE WATSON

Teaching and the Individuality of Everybody, pages 85‑94
HOLLY LINKLATER

Preparing Teachers to Work with Everybody: a curricular approach to the reform of teacher education, pages 95‑102
LANI FLORIAN

What Makes an Inclusive Teacher? Can Fish Climb Trees? Mapping the European Agency Profile of Inclusive Teachers to the English System, pages 103‑114
JOHN CORNWALL

Differentiation, Resistance and Courage: at work in the infant school, pages 115‑120
ANNABELLE DIXON

An Alternative Approach to School Development: the children are the evidence, pages 121‑132
MARY JANE DRUMMOND, SUSAN HART, MANDY SWANN

From Defective Loafers to Ignorant Yobs: low attainers in a global knowledge economy, pages 133‑142
SALLY TOMLINSON

Ability and Mathematics: the mindset revolution that is reshaping education, pages 143‑152
JO BOALER

'Can I have me on here?': 'ability' and the language of pupil-progress, pages 153‑160
PATRICK YARKER

Valuing Choice as an Alternative to Fixed-ability Thinking and Teaching in Primary Mathematics, pages 161‑172
AMY MILIK, MARK BOYLAN

BOOK REVIEWS, pages 173‑176

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