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  • Reich, AJ; Girdwood, JL (Springer, 2012-01)
    Workplace learning practices, once primarily the domain of specialist trainers, have become embedded and embodied in workers everyday practices, constituting workers with new identities as worker-learners and reconstituting ...
  • Boud, DJ (Springer, 2009-01)
    Assessment in higher education is being challenged by a multiplicity of demands. The activities predominantly used examinations, assignments and other kinds of tests have emerged from within an educational tradition lightly ...
  • Sherwood, J; Keenan, T; Kelly, B; Keech, S (ACER Press, 2011-01)
  • Maher, D (Nova Science Publishers, 2011-01)
    The use of instant messaging (IM) in primary schools is a recent phenomenon having been around for less than 10 years in most schools with internet access. There is an expectation by Educational authorities, parents, ...
  • Houston, D; Martin, G; McLaren, P (Taylor & Francis, 2012-01)
    The interplay between history, politics and memory is always bound np in the conditions of the present. The same can be said for public national reconciliation projects that seek to address wounded national pasts and lay ...
  • Kearney, MD; Young, KA; Prescott, AE (IGI Global, 2009-01)
    This chapter reports on findings from a recent project situated in the area of preservice teacher education. The project investigated prospective teachers authoring and using their own contextualised learning designs. The ...
  • Okada, A; Buckingham Shum, S; Bachler, M; Tomadaki, E; Scott, P; Little, A; Eisenstadt, M (IGI Global, 2009-01)
    The aim of this chapter is to overview the ways in which knowledge media technologies create opportunities for social learning. The Open Content movement has been growing rapidly, opening up new opportunities for widening ...
  • Lowe, DB; Conlon, S; Murray, SJ; Weber, L; Nageswaran, W; De La Villefromoy, MJ; Lindsay, E; Nafalski, A; Tang, T (IGI Global, 2012-01)
    Conventional undergraduate teaching laboratories are valuable in terms of their contributions to students learning but are generally costly to develop and maintain and often have extremely low overall utilization rates. ...
  • Johnston, RR (Oxford University Press, 2010-01)
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  • Alexander, SA (Premium Publishing, 2004-01)
    Students as designers of e -Ie a rning: an ARC project I'm involved in two Aust ralian Research Council (ARC) funded projects involving schools with children ranging from year 2 (aged 7) to year 11 (aged 16), so there's ...
  • Aubusson, PJ; Treagust, DF; Harrison, A (Sense Publishers, 2009-01)
    [n this chapter, we review Australasian research to outline the broad pathways this research has followed and to highlight s ignificant contributions the work has made to science education. We describe a series of studies ...
  • Aubusson, PJ; Griffin, JM; Kearney, MD (Springer, 2012-01)
    Young people learn outside school, beyond the classroom. Much of the science that they learn comes from relatively informal experiences. The ideas and thinking that derive from daily experiences, conversations, curiosity, ...
  • Maher, D (Information Science Reference, 2012-01)
    The Interactive Whiteboard (IWB) is a recent innovation and with it has come a renewed discussion of the nature of interactions in the primary school classroom. In this chapter the interactive affordances of the IWB, where ...
  • Price, O; Johnsson, MC; Scheeres, HB; Boud, DJ; Solomon, N (Springer, 2012-01)
    In this chapter, we connect and challenge two conventional assumptions in workplace learning research and organizational change research: that learning can be understood isolated from its interrelationship with work and ...
  • Docherty, Peter; Boud, David; Cressey, Peter (Routledge, 2006)
  • Burridge, N; Burridge, N; Evans, C; Evans, C (Sense PublishersSense Publishers, 2012-01)
    Magenta Secondary School is located on the northern shore of Sydney with predominantly Anglo-European neighbourhoods in comparison to other Sydney regions. A small, but significant number of Aborigional students are enrolled ...
  • Vaughan, K; Aubusson, PJ; Edwards, H (Sense Publishers, 2012-01)
    Study of teacher professional learning in indigenous education through school-based action learning sets
  • Ritchie, S; Aubusson, PJ; Harrison, A (Springer, 2006-01)