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A model of student learning is outlined which emphasises metacognitive processes; students need to be aware of their motives, of task demands, and of their own cognitive resources, and to exert control over the strategies appropriate for handling the task. Of three common approaches to...
A useful approach to group differences in adolescent concerns is to consider the distinction between instrumental values and more intrinsic and terminal values. Which of these is emphasised might be expected to depend on the major life settings of the adolescents concerned. In this study, the...
A research project for the Human Rights Commission using a non-random (quota) sample of seven high schools within metropolitan Melbourne during 1985–86 aimed to establish whether prejudice and discrimination were affecting the occupational socialisation of senior students. Three sources of...
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