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Criteria for the selection of a computer adventure game were established following an investigation into students' use of computer adventure games in a secondary school. The development of one piece of educational software, based on these criteria, is described. The importance of improving...
This paper presents a procedure for identifying performance indicators of research attainment and highlights some definitional issues of the chosen performance indicators. Both the procedure for identification and the definition of performance indicators need to be reconciled prior to the...
There is a recognisable orthodoxy in current discussion of award restructuring in Australian education. Its central proposition is that productivity-based wage increases would inevitably be accompanied by a general improvement in the quality of education. However the new industrial logic would...
There are two contrasting world views discernible in contemporary Australian government skill-formation literature: one which recognises the need for the development of underlying cognitive structures and interpersonal attributes for the workplace; and one which values the development of...
Four beginning teachers' experiences of induction programs in Queensland secondary schools are described. Interviews with principals and other senior teachers indicated keen and sympathetic awareness of the complexities of entry into teaching. The beginning teachers of the study complained that...
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