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In-text: (Askew)
Your Bibliography: Askew, Mike. Transforming Primary Mathematics. Abingdon: Routledge, 2012. Print.
In-text: (Boaler, Wiliam and Brown 631-648)
Your Bibliography: Boaler, Jo, Dylan Wiliam, and Margaret Brown. "Students' Experiences Of Ability Grouping - Disaffection, Polarisation And The Construction Of Failure." British Educational Research Journal 26.5 (2000): 631-648. Web.
In-text: (BOALER 143)
Your Bibliography: BOALER, JO. "Ability And Mathematics: The Mindset Revolution That Is Reshaping Education." FORUM 55.1 (2013): 143. Web.
In-text: (Boaler)
Your Bibliography: Boaler, Jo. Experiencing School Mathematics. Buckingham: Open University Press, 1997. Print.
In-text: (Boaler 167-194)
Your Bibliography: Boaler, Jo. "Promoting ‘Relational Equity’ And High Mathematics Achievement Through An Innovative Mixed‐Ability Approach." British Educational Research Journal 34.2 (2008): 167-194. Web.
In-text: (Boaler)
Your Bibliography: Boaler, Jo. The Elephant In The Classroom. London: Souvenir, 2010. Print.
In-text: (BOALER 135)
Your Bibliography: BOALER, JO. "The 'Psychological Prisons' From Which They Never Escaped: The Role Of Ability Grouping In Reproducing Social Class Inequalities." FORUM 47.2 (2005): 135. Web.
In-text: (Boaler 165-182)
Your Bibliography: Boaler, Jo. "When Even The Winners Are Losers: Evaluating The Experiences Of Top Set' Students." Journal of Curriculum Studies 29.2 (1997): 165-182. Web.
In-text: (Burris, Heubert and Levin 137-154)
Your Bibliography: Burris, C. C., J. P. Heubert, and H. M. Levin. "Accelerating Mathematics Achievement Using Heterogeneous Grouping." American Educational Research Journal 43.1 (2006): 137-154. Web.
In-text: (Burton, Burton and Brundrett)
Your Bibliography: Burton, Neil, Neil Burton, and Mark Brundrett. Leading The Curriculum In The Primary School. London: PCP/Sage Publications, 2005. Print.
In-text: (Drummond and Yarker 3)
Your Bibliography: Drummond, Mary Jane, and Patrick Yarker. "Editorial. The Enduring Problem Of Fixed Ability: But Is A New Conversation Beginning?,." FORUM 55.1 (2013): 3. Web.
In-text: (Dweck)
Your Bibliography: Dweck, Carol S. Mindset. London: Robinson, 2012. Print.
In-text: (Haylock)
Your Bibliography: Haylock, Derek. Mathematics Explained For Primary Teachers. 5th ed. London: SAGE, 2014. Print.
In-text: (Linchevski and Kutscher 533)
Your Bibliography: Linchevski, Liora, and Bilha Kutscher. "Tell Me With Whom You're Learning, And I'll Tell You How Much You've Learned: Mixed-Ability Versus Same-Ability Grouping In Mathematics." Journal for Research in Mathematics Education 29.5 (1998): 533. Web.
In-text: (Marks 305-306)
Your Bibliography: Marks, Rachel. "‘Ability’ In Primary Mathematics Education: Patterns And Implications." Research in Mathematics Education 13.3 (2011): 305-306. Web.
In-text: (MARKS 31)
Your Bibliography: MARKS, RACHEL. "'The Blue Table Means You Don't Have A Clue': The Persistence Of Fixed-Ability Thinking And Practices In Primary Mathematics In English Schools." FORUM 55.1 (2013): 31. Web.
In-text: (MARKS 45)
Your Bibliography: MARKS, RACHEL. "The Dinosaur In The Classroom: What We Stand To Lose Through Ability-Grouping In The Primary School." FORUM 56.1 (2014): 45. Web.
In-text: (MILIK and BOYLAN 161)
Your Bibliography: MILIK, AMY, and MARK BOYLAN. "Valuing Choice As An Alternative To Fixed-Ability Thinking And Teaching In Primary Mathematics." FORUM 55.1 (2013): 161. Web.
In-text: (Whitburn 411-428)
Your Bibliography: Whitburn, Julia. "Effective Classroom Organisation In Primary Schools: Mathematics." Oxford Rev. Educ. 27.3 (2001): 411-428. Web.
In-text: (WRIGLEY 59)
Your Bibliography: WRIGLEY, TERRY. "Beyond 'Ability': Some European Alternatives." FORUM 55.1 (2013): 59. Web.
In-text: (YARKER 153)
Your Bibliography: YARKER, PATRICK. "'Can I Have Me On Here?': 'Ability' And The Language Of Pupil-Progress." FORUM 55.1 (2013): 153. Web.
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