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A Proposed Typology of Knowledge Sharing within Communities of Teachers: A Comparative Case Study Focusing on England and Macedonia

Authors: James Underwood, University of Northampton, UK Majda Joshevska, Foundation for Education and Cultural Initiatives (Step by Step), Macedonia Email: james.underwood@northampton.ac.uk https://doi.org/10.22492/ije.7.1.07 Citation: Underwood, J., & Joshevska, M. (2019). A Proposed Typology of Knowledge Sharing within Communities of Teachers: A Comparative Case Study Focusing on England and Macedonia. IAFOR Journal of Education, 7(1). https://doi.org/10.22492/ije.7.1.07 Abstract

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IAFOR Journal of Education: Volume 7 – Issue 1

IAFOR Journal of Education: Volume 7 – Issue 1 – Summer 2019 Editor: Yvonne Masters Published: June 1, 2019 ISSN: 2187-0594 https://doi.org/10.22492/ije.7.1 Articles Quantitative and Verbal Aptitudes as Predictors of Senior Secondary School Students’ Performance in Economics Innocent Uche Anazia, University of Benin, Nigeria In-Service Teacher Training and Professional Development of Primary School Teachers in

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Can the EFL Classroom Be Considered a Community of Practice?

Author: Akiko Nagao, Ryukoku University, Japan Email: nagao@world.ryukoku.ac.jp Published: April 27, 2019 https://doi.org/10.22492/ijll.4.1.06 Citation: Nagao, A. (2018). Can the EFL Classroom Be Considered a Community of Practice? IAFOR Journal of Language Learning, 4(1). https://doi.org/10.22492/ijll.4.1.06 Abstract The concept of Communities of Practice (CoPs) has attracted interest for over two decades and has been actively re-examined from

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IAFOR Journal of Language Learning: Volume 4 – Issue 1

IAFOR Journal of Language Learning: Volume 4 – Issue 1 Editor: Dr Melinda Cowart Published: April 27, 2019 ISSN: 2188-9554 https://doi.org/10.22492/ijll.4.1 Articles They Forget That I’m There: Migrant Students Traversing Language Barriers at School Joanne Cassar and Michelle Attard Tonna, University of Malta, Malta The Path Less Taken: Incorporating Service-learning in the English Language Curricula

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The Importance of CoP in Transforming New Learning Communities into Experienced Ones in EFL Classrooms

Authors: Akiko Nagao, Ryukoku University, Japan Email: nagao@world.ryukoku.ac.jp Published: January 19, 2018 https://doi.org/10.22492/ijll.3.2.03 Citation: Nagao, A. (2018). The Importance of CoP in Transforming New Learning Communities into Experienced Ones in EFL Classrooms IAFOR Journal of Language Learning, 3(2). https://doi.org/10.22492/ijll.3.2.03 Abstract Since the Communities of Practice (CoP) concept has been adopted in various learning environments, visualizing

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IAFOR Journal of Language Learning: Volume 3 – Issue 2

IAFOR Journal of Language Learning: Volume 3 – Issue 2 Editor: Dr Bernard Montoneri Published: January 19, 2018 ISSN: 2188-9554 https://doi.org/10.22492/ijll.3.2 Articles Multilingualism in Action: A Conversation Analytic View on How Children are Re-Voicing a Story in a French Second Language Learning Lesson Béatrice Arend and Patrick Sunnen, University of Luxembourg, Luxembourg Written Corrective Feedback:

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Learning Strategies in Practice-based Courses

Professor Steve Cornwell interviews IAFOR Keynote Speaker and award-winning photographer Dr Paul Lowe of the University of the Arts London.