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Feature: A socio-linguistic theory of closing the gap in Scottish schools

Ian Williams

Structural changes to forests during regeneration affect water flux partitioning, water ages and hydrological connectivity: Insights from tracer-aided ecohydrological modelling (Files and Python Scripts)

Aaron Neill
This repository contains files and Python scripts needed to reproduce and analyse model outputs used in the research paper "Structural changes to forests during regeneration affect water flux partitioning, water ages and hydrological connectivity: Insights from tracer-aided ecohydrological modelling", published in Hydrology and Earth System Sciences

Feature: Cothroman air Foghlam Fad-beatha do dh’oileanaich 'abaich'

Cathy Mary MacMillan

Feature: Understanding ourselves – Understanding others

Helene Witcher

Book Review: School Leadership: 2nd Edition

David Eastwood

Book Review: Blogs, Wiki's, Podcasts, and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms

Andy Brown

Editorial: Space, Place and Pedagogy: Local Contexts in a Globalised World

Donald Gray & Laura Colucci-Gray

Feature: Improving the education of looked after children: An Aberdeen perspective

Jacinta Birchley & Katrina Stewart

Individualized home schooling– at odds with the equity ambitions in the Nordic model of education?

Cecilie Dalland, Mark White, Marte Blikstad-Balas & Astrid Roe

Book Review: Reflective Practice: Writing and Professional Development: 3rd Edition

Sue Mansfield

Feature: Art Based Support at Harlaw Academy, Aberdeen

Tina Stockman

Changes and actions taken in online teaching during the first period of COVID-19 : a teacher perspective on pupils' equity

Anna Slotte, Katarina Rejman & Kirsi Wallinheimo

Data from: The evolutionary relationships and age of Homo naledi: an assessment using dated Bayesian phylogenetic methods

Mana Dembo, Davorka Radovčić, Heather M Garvin, Myra F Laird, Lauren Schroeder, Jill E Scott, Juliet Brophy, Rebecca R Ackermann, Charles M. Musiba, Darryl J de Ruiter, Arne Ø Mooers & Mark Collard
Homo naledi is a recently discovered species of fossil hominin from South Africa. A considerable amount is already known about H. naledi but some important questions remain unanswered. Here we report a study that addressed two of them: “Where does H. naledi fit in the hominin evolutionary tree?” and “How old is it?” We used a large supermatrix of craniodental characters for both early and late hominin species and Bayesian phylogenetic techniques to carry out...

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