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1. PhD thesis: GOVERNANCE OF PUBLIC SCHOOLS OF NEPAL: A CASE STUDY OF


RUPANDEHI DISTRICT
By: Matrika Sharma
Submitted to: School of Education, Kathmandu University, Dhulikhel, Nepal.
Submitted on: 24 January 2014
Text:
Stake (2005) distinguishes three types of case study methods; intrinsic, instrumental and
collective. In an intrinsic case study, a researcher examines the case for its own sake. In an
instrumental case study, researcher selects a small group of subjects in order to examine a certain
pattern of behaviour, for instance, to see how tertiary level students study for examination. In a
collective case study, researcher coordinates data from several sources, such as schools or
individuals.
Page: 47
2. 2nd time citation (Parenthetical):
Text:
Instructional strategies are the ways in which teachers design their communication to teach the
objectives to students. Some teachers, particularly those at the college level, seem to be totally
unaware that there is any instructional strategy other than lecturing, and some do not do that
well.
Page: 8
Book: Communication, Affect, & Learning in the Classroom
Authors: Jason S. Wrench, Virginia Peck Richmond, Joan Gorham
Year: 2009
Edition: 5th
Publisher: Creative Commons
Place: San Francisco, California

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3. Book: Why D o I Need A Teacher When Ive Got Google?


Writer: Ian Gilbert
Place: New York
Publisher: Routledge
Year: 2011
Text: To say that we can measure people at a given time, before their brain has fully matured,
and determine how clever or stupid they are, or ever will be, is like determining how good a
driver a person is before they have had a lesson.
Page: 35
4. Essay: Personality Dispositions
Pages: 187-211
Authors: Elizabeth J. Austin and Ian J. Deary
Text: The problems of understanding and diagnosing personality disorders might be resolved by
considering these disorders as an aspect of individual differences in personality rather than
distinct clinical conditions.
Page: 200
BOOK: Why Smart People Can Be So Stupid
Edited By: Robert J. Sternberg
Publisher: Yale University Press
Place: New Haven, CT
5. Second time citation/direct quote:
Authors: Juan Carlos and Marla Ripoll
Article: The Role of Education in Development
Text: The provision of education around the world has three salient features. First, public
education is the predominant form of education. Second, richer countries invest signicantly
more resources in education per pupil than poor countries. The third feature is well-known:
schooling attainment also increases with income and diers substantially across countries (Barro
and Lee, 2000).

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Taken from Introduction / first paragraph


Available at http://www.econ.iastate.edu/~cordoba/red.pdf
6. BOOK: Reflecting on School Management
Editors: Anne Gold and Jennifer Evans
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc.
City: Philadelphia, PA
Year: 2005
Edition: Second
Text: Schools are basically organized in order to give pupils access to the quality of learning and
teaching that those who work in the school believe is the best they can offer. Some
educationalists use words such as empowering and enabling in order to describe the
developmental nature of schools where the teachers are encouraged to be as much a part of the
learning process as the pupils are: both staff and pupils are engaged in learning and teaching.
(page: 19)
7. First citation/Direct quote:
Authors: Beth Herbel-Eisenmann, Tonya Gau Bartell, M. Lyn Breyfogle, Kristen Bieda, Sandra
Crespo, and Higinio Domingues
Article: Strong Is The Silence: Challenging Interlocking Systems Of Privilege And Oppression
In Mathematics Teacher Education
Journal: Journal of Urban Mathematics Education, July 2013, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. 6-18
Text: Mathematics teacher educators are often hesitant about disrupting the silence that has
taken a strong hold of the inequitable systems of privilege and oppression (e.g., racism,
classicism, sexism, hetero-sexism, ableism) within which we operate.
Pages: 6-7
DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3126/jume.v6i1.8541

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Reference
1. Written and published by: TEACHER TRAINING AGENCY
Year: 1997
Book: National Standards for Headteachers
Place: London
2. Authors: BOLAM, R., McMAHON, A., POCKLINGTON, K. and WEINDLING, D.
Year: 2005
Book: Effective Management in Schools
Edition: sixth
London: Paul Chapman Publishing
3. Book: Education and Development in a Global Era: Strategies for Successful Globalization
By: Andy Green, Angela W. Little, Sangeeta G. Kamat, Moses Oketch and Edward Vickers
Year: 2007
Place: London
Publisher: Department for International Development
Taken from http://www.ioe.ac.uk/education-dev-global-era-69.pdf
4. Article: The Pros and Cons of Working for Equity
BY SUSAN JOHNSTON
Date: September 25, 2013
Downloaded from http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/228566