Successful Practice

Breaking the 'apprenticeship of observation' through collaboration: A school-university partnership in teacher education for high needs schools In 2008 the ...
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Curriculum in Progress – Denmark 2016

International Conference on Engineering and product Design Education 2016 My colleague was in Denmark, 2016, and has presented the following conference ...
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Using Videos in Psychology

Accessible Information anytime, anywhere: The intentional use of videos in Psychology for learning and reducing statistical anxiety Karin Oerlemans, University ...
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A Study of Educational Change in Western Australia

Educational change, in Western Australia as elsewhere, has taken the form of major school restructuring and school reculturing, often with ...
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Curriculum Change in Western Australia, 1950-1993

This paper traces the history and the nature of curriculum change in the lower secondary education system in Western Australian ...
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A Wicked Problem

Societal well-being includes material well-being arising from the ready availability of services and goods, as well as items such as ...
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The Science Fair

"Now I can’t wait to teach science!” (PST comment, 2007) Building Confidence in Pre-service Teachers (PST) in Teaching Primary Science By ...
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ePortfolios: Preparing for the Profession

Embedding Course-based ePortfolios in Teacher Education Innovation Showcase Jennifer Munday, Charles Sturt University; Karin Oerlemans, University of Tasmania; Carole Hunter, Charles Sturt University  Abstract: There is great ...
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Quality E-Learning

A Model to Guide the Adoption of Quality E-Learning: Foundational, Interactive and Transformational We know that good e-learning and student ...
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Blended Learning in Engineering Education

This paper reports the findings of a two year pilot study introducing blended learning in a school of engineering at ...
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