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The concept of planning social change through education has grown popular since 1945 though with varying aims. Here the assumptions underlying Schools in Australia, 1973 (the Karmel Report) are examined by isolating five models, namely, of society, of man, of change, of directions of change and,...
In two studies children in the age range 6–11 years were given tests of verbal analogies, of word associations, and of concrete operations. Analogies used were at two levels of difficulty. The more difficult ones involved more advanced vocabulary, required more knowledge, or had a more unusual...
In Australia, educational research and the training of educational researchers has, traditionally, been considered a university function. An analysis of educational journals, grants for research in education, and the values expressed by decision making bodies regarding the place of the colleges...
Sixth grade pupils from two distinct achievement levels read passages with or without adjunct questions. These adjunct questions were described as Repetition questions as they were directly related to specific information in the passage. A posttest repeated these adjunct questions, an equal...
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