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Teacher Education Students' Knowledge About how Class Discussions Help Them to Learn
(Australian Association for Research in Education Inc, 2002-11)
Self-regulatory perspectives of learning imply that students need to possess knowledge about 1) themselves as learners, 2) how to build effective knowledge structures, and 3) how to further develop and apply their knowledge. ...
Students' experience of the first term in high school
(Australian Association for Research in Education Inc, 2008-12)
Framing the features of good quality knowledge for teachers and students
(Cambridge University Press, 2012-07)
In this paper we have two concerns. First we consider the features used to describe good quality learning actions and knowledge representations. Our second concern is the need to develop students’ knowledge of how to act, ...
Identifying quality in teacher-education students' models of self-regulation processes in learning: A case study
(Australian Association for Research in Education Inc, 2004)
Implementing a new initiative in mental health in Australian primary schools
(Australian Association for Research in Education Inc, 2009-11)
Student wellbeing is of central concern for parents/caregivers and teachers and for state and national governments. In Australia in recent times several major initiatives have been undertaken to address the area of student ...
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 ...
Investigating the complex, dynamic and transactional nature of child-care students' and university access students' knowledge about learning
(Australian Association for Research in Education Inc, 2014)
Constructivist perspectives propose that learners build new knowledge upon the foundations of their existing knowledge. Learners bring their existing knowledge to new learning in topic domains such as mathematics and ...
KidsMatter Primary Evaluation Final Report
(Flinders University, 2009-12)
KidsMatter is an approach to the promotion of good mental health, the prevention of mental illness, and early intervention where problems arise. It requires a whole-of-school approach and has four key components – a positive ...
"You Can't Have One without the Other" Transactions between Education and Wellbeing for Indigenous Peoples
(Cooperative Research Centre for Aboriginal Health, 2007)
We start with a story from one of our authors that tells about the possibility of change. The need for change is highlighted by a short review of the dire situation in health and education for many Indigenous peoples. We ...