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Volume 9 | November 2022

With a substantial push for accessibility and supporting young academics, Volume 9 is by far the largest volume of CERJ. We are pleased to platform voices from diverse backgrounds and research areas within education research.



A Pilot Study of Autistic and Non-Autistic Adults’ Systemizing in a Learning Task Using Observational Measures of Attention, Misunderstanding, and Reasoning

Julie Bailey, Owen E. Parsons, Simon Baron-Cohen and Sara T. Baker 1-16

Reviewing Different Types of Working Memory Training on Reading Ability Among Children with Reading Difficulties

Linling Shen and Maria Tsapali
The Role of Parents in the Education of their Children with Disabilities in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Critical Review of the Literature PDF
Bridget Smith 33-42


A Review of Gender Representation in Primary School Textbooks in India PDF
Medha Kadri 43-52
A Literature Review of Gender Equity in National Textbooks across the MENA Region and the Implications for CEDAW PDF
Seneca Ryan 53-66
A Review of the Literature on the Role of Non-formal Education in Promoting Girls’ Education in South Asia PDF
Katherine S. Poteet 67-76
‘Gender’ Doesn’t Mean ‘Female’: Gender Minorities’ Exclusion in Development Education as Ontological Violence PDF
Ethan J. Goldbach 77-88


Usage-Inspired Insights into Second Language Learning: A Comparative Review of Usage-Based Studies on Vocabulary Development PDF
Allison Cheung 89-100
The Relationship Between Depth of Vocabulary Knowledge and Chinese Non-English Majors’ L2 Lexical Inferencing Strategy Use and Success PDF
Junlong Li 101-117
Digital Translanguaging and Arabic-English Transliteration (Arabizi): Insights from Syria and Lebanon PDF
Basma Hajir, Rasman and William W. McInerney 118-137


Teaching Activist Thinking in Canadian Education: The Limitations of Play-Based Learning and Radical Potential of Indigenous Land-Based Learning PDF
Linh S. Nguyễn 138-153
Design for Emotion: Can UK Secondary School Students be Taught How to Evoke an Emotional Response Through Product Design? PDF
A.J.T. Halliwell and M. Morrison-Helme 154-171
The Pedagogical Implication of Creative Art Practice by Manga Comic Book Readers in Japan PDF
Anju Kinoshita 172-182
Employing Visual Narrative to Alternate Readers’ Perspective: A Case Study of Boxers & Saints PDF
Yi Wang 183-197
Evaluating the Impact of Technology-Supported Personalised Learning Interventions on the Mathematics Achievements of Elementary Students in India PDF
Kavita Tailor 198-209
The Intercorrelation Between Executive Function, Physics Problem Solving, Mathematical, and Matrix Reasoning Skills: Reflections from a Small-Scale Experiment PDF
Konstantinos G. Tsigaridis, Rui Wang and Michelle R. Ellefson 210-230
What Role Does Working Memory Play in Primary School Reading Achievement? PDF
Thomas Rogers 231-243


Framing Childhood Resilience Through Bronfenbrenner’s Ecological Systems Theory: A Discussion Paper PDF
Evelyn Mary-Ann Antony 244-257
The Role of Teachers in Adolescents’ Career-Specific Future Orientation PDF
Esther Anwuzia and Ros McLellan 258-270
Using a Participatory Approach to Explore What Young Girls and Their Teachers Want from Physical Activity Interventions in Primary School PDF
Nicky Hutson and Jenny Gibson 271-286
Engagement and Burnout in UK University Students: The Role of Proactive Behaviours Strengths Use and Deficits Correction PDF
Donna Smith and Michelle Tytherleigh 287-298
The Relationship between Secondary Education and Economic Growth in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Review of the Literature PDF
Lasse Grimmer 299-309
Books Saving Lives? Critiquing the Conceptualisation of Education as Humanitarian Aid PDF
Henrietta Teh 310-325


Pushing Metacognition: An Evaluation of the Use of Process Interviews as a Means of Talking to International Students about their Learning PDF
Richard Cotterill 326-336
Pen and Paper Cyborgs: Queer Embodiment in Baum and Denslow’s The New Wizard of Oz PDF
Emma Tueller Stone 337-347