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The study investigated formal reasoning ability of preservice primary teachers in a Western Australian teacher training institution. The paper explores the implications of a wide range in reasoning ability of teachers for teaching science in primary grade levels. Relationships between reasoning...
The paper presents an ideographic research approach that is being developed to describe the career biographies of individual teachers. These ‘portrayals’ were seen as a means for exploring the notion of professional development and the personal and contextual conditions that bear upon it....
The ethnographic study of Christian Brothers College, Newburyport described here is the joint undertaking of a Deakin University research team forming part of a continuous research project: Schools as Negotiated Realities. The data from that research, presented in this paper, relate to the way...
This paper describes the development and validation of an indicator of educational need which would be suitable for guiding decisions concerning resource allocation to educationally disadvantaged schools in Australia. The data employed were drawn from two sources: data describing a wide range of...
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