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What is professional development for mental health promotion in schools like? Perspectives from school leaders and teachers in 100 Australian KidsMatter primary schools
(The Clute Institute, Colorado, 2011)
Mental health promotion is a very new area of learning for many school staff. Using data from questionnaires, written reports and focussed interviews, this paper reports school leaders' and teachers' perspectives about the ...
Interviews with teachers and learners
(Shannon Research Press, 2001-11)
The author has been involved in interviewing teachers and learners about their understandings about teaching and learning. This paper follows from those interviews and begins to discuss what teachers and learners revealed. ...
A Correspondence Analysis of Child-Care Students' and Medical Students' Knowledge about Teaching and Learning
(Shannon Research Press, 2004-07)
This paper describes the application of correspondence analysis to transcripts gathered from focused interviews about teaching and learning held with a small sample of child-care students, medical students and the students' ...
Life at school: And students' mental health
(Australian College of Educators, 2017-05)
The 2016 NAPLAN results have been rolled out. Parents/careers and children might be ecstatic, happy, unhappy, anxious, angry, dismayed, sad, depressed. NAPLAN is an example of just one of many things that happen in schools ...
Life at school and mental health from students' points of view: A study from Malta
(Sense Publications, 2017)
Collaboration with parents/carers in KidsMatter school
(Sense Publications, 2017)
Identifying quality in teacher-education students' models of self-regulation processes in learning: A case study
(Australian Association for Research in Education Inc, 2004)
Extending teacher education students' mental models of teaching and learning through Problem Based Learning
(Australian Association for Research in Education Inc, 2005-11)
This paper reports student teachers’ reflections on changes in their mental models of teaching and learning following their experiences of a problem based learning (PBL) topic. Students develop robust mental models of ...
Different measures, different informants, same outcomes? Investigating multiple perspectives of primary school students' mental health
(Australian Association for Research in Education Inc, 2008)
Student wellbeing is of central concern for parents and teachers and for state and national governments. Policies on wellbeing are now articulated within all educational systems in Australia (e.g. DECS 2008). Effective ...