The study examines secondary school students' perceptions of the quality features required by them and how well they judge their school to be performing in relation to these.
Author: Bettina Yule
Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
The study examines secondary school students' perceptions of the quality features required by them and how well they judge their school to be performing in relation to these. Strengths and weaknesses are identified to ensure the school improves the quality of the students' experience. The study identifies a number of implications for the school with regard to meeting the students' perceptions of their educational needs. High on the list is ensuring the school is safe for all students and supporting teachers to build a relationship with every student to allow effective learning to take place.
3 A New Zealand study looked at the relationship between classroom climate and motivated behaviour in learners in ... Zealand research project, entitled Kotahitanga (unity) investigated Maori secondary school students' perceptions of ...
Author: David Mitchell
As teachers around the world deal with the challenges of inclusive education, they must find effective ways of enhancing their classroom teaching methods. What Really Works in Special and Inclusive Education presents teachers with a range of evidence-based strategies they can immediately put into practice in their classrooms. This unique book will be an invaluable resource for educators who may not have the time or the inclination to engage with theory-heavy research, but who wish to ensure that their teaching strategies are up-to-the-minute and proven to be the most effective best practices. Each of the 27 strategies that this book comprises has a substantial research base, a strong theoretical rationale and clear guidelines on their implementation, as well as cautionary advice where necessary. In this new second edition, David Mitchell, a leading writer in special and inclusive education, continues to break new ground with revised and updated strategies based on evidence from the most recent studies in the field. From the myriad of related research available, only those studies with genuine potential for improving the practices of teachers and schools have been included, with the aim of facilitating high-quality learning and social outcomes for all learners in schools. Updates to this new edition include: four new chapters, on response to intervention, universal design for learning, inter-agency cooperation and one on the Finnish education system over 350 new references an even wider international focus, including evidence drawn from Asia references to recent developments in neuroscience a new companion website, with extra case studies, links to further reading, journal articles and videos, and an interactive quiz, at www.routledge.com/cw/mitchell This book will be essential reading for anyone with a vocational or academic interest in evidence-based special educational needs teaching strategies, whether a student in initial teacher education or a qualified classroom teacher, teacher educator, educational psychologist, special needs coordinator, parent, consultant or researcher. David Mitchell is an Adjunct Professor in the College of Education, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, and a consultant in inclusive education. ‘This is the book I wish I had written, synthesizing an enormous literature focused on special needs students. It is robust, it is readable, and it is your right-hand resource. A stunner of a book.’ –Professor John Hattie, University of Melbourne, author of Visible Learning
Author: Alexander W. WisemanPublish On: 2018-02-03
In M. Crossley, G. Hancock, & T. Sprague (Eds.), education in Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific (pp. ... on academic performance within selected secondary schools in Papua New Guinea: A study of teacher/student perceptions.
Author: Alexander W. Wiseman
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
This volume surveys the field of comparative and international education (CIE) from several globally-representative perspectives, providing expert analyses on a range of recent trends and important concerns in the CIE community worldwide.
4.36 Emphasize positive relationships with students A New Zealand research project entitled Te Kotahitanga (unity) investigated Mãori secondary school students' perceptions of what was involved ...
Author: David Mitchell
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Diversities in Education is a challenging text that will help educators, teacher educators and trainee teachers to be more effective in teaching a range of diverse learners. It covers five major categories of difference: sex and gender; social class and socio-economic status; race, ethnicity and culture; beliefs and religion; and different abilities and asks the urgent questions all policy-makers, educators and students should consider: Why should we value diversity and human rights? How can inclusive education accommodate diversity? How do society’s aspirations for cohesion and harmony impact on people who are different? What meanings are given to differences, culturally and historically? Should educators seek to accentuate, eliminate, reduce or ignore differences? By drawing attention to the latest research into the most effective educational policies and practices, this insightful book suggests strategies for meeting the challenges being posed in an era of superdiversity. It’s a crucial read for any training or practising educator who wants to address the issue of diversity, learn effective ways to reach all learners and create more inclusive and harmonious societies.
Author: Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon Honorary Consultant and Senior Clinical Lecturer David MitchellPublish On: 2007-11-19
The most important factor was affiliation, which measured the level of friendship that students feel for each ... An ongoing New Zealand research project, entitled Kotahitanga (unity) investigated Maori secondary school students' ...
Author: Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon Honorary Consultant and Senior Clinical Lecturer David Mitchell
First Published in 2007. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
This action research project involved 8 intermediate school teachers and 10 secondary school teachers who were asked ... of the Australasian Science Education Research Association ( 23rd , Hamilton , New Zealand , July 10-12 , 1992 ) .
Recent research in Australia addressing student perceptions of a 'quality' teacher of examination and senior secondary physical education ... and teaching as inquiry, e-Learning and pedagogy (New Zealand Ministry of Education, 2013).
Author: Trent D. Brown
In recent decades physical education has moved from the margins, redefining itself as an academic subject. An important component of this transformation has been the introduction of high-stakes examinations at key points in a student’s school career and the emergence of ‘examination physical education’ as the dominant paradigm in many educational systems around the world. This book is the first to explore the growing international literature on examination physical education and draw on research to extend the political, academic and professional debates around the subject to explore its limitations and possibilities. Addressing key topics such as curriculum development, assessment methods, and teacher education, it seeks to assess how our existing knowledge of examination physical education can be best translated into pedagogical practice in the classroom. Complementing other texts in the Routledge Studies in Physical Education and Youth Sport Series, it makes an original and informed contribution to current discussions of physical education. Examination Physical Education: Policy, Practice and Possibilities is important reading for any student, researcher or teacher educator with an interest in physical education, sports pedagogy and education policy.
Five case studies exploring the value of technology education in New Zealand secondary school. ... Secondary school students' perceptions of, and the factors influencing their decision-making in relation to, VET schools.
Author: Rupert Maclean
Focusing on the Asia-Pacific region, which in recent years has been the engine of global economic growth , this volume surveys trends and prospects in technical and vocational education and training (TVET) with particular reference to achieving inclusive growth and the greening of economies. Underlying the increasing pressure for new models of TVET provision is the rapid pace of technological change, demand for a work force which is highly responsive to evolving needs and a transforming market place that calls for higher order skills and lifelong learning. The book proposes a re-engineered, modernized TVET system that fosters an innovative approach which enhances the employability of workers as well as the sustainability of their livelihoods. The book includes contributions from leading policy makers, researchers, and practitioners, including those in the private sector in analyzing and forecasting the most urgent priorities in skills development. The book argues for creative approaches to TVET design and delivery particularly with a view to improve job prospects , and meeting the goals of inclusion, sustainable development and social cohesion. Addressing issues such as the chronic mismatches between skills acquired and actual skills required in the work place, the volume proposes diversified approaches towards workforce development and partnerships with the private sector to improve the quality and relevance of skills development . The new imperatives created by ‘greening’ economies and responses required in skills development and training are addressed. Developing TVET is a high priority for governments in the Asia Pacific region as they seek to achieve long-term sustainable growth since the .continued success of their economic destinies depend on it. The volume also includes an emerging framework for skills development for inclusive and sustainable growth in the Asia and Pacific region.
Author: Management Association, Information ResourcesPublish On: 2018-11-02
SREBessential principles of high-quality online teaching: Guidelines for evaluating K-12 online teachers. ... Secondary school students, online learning, and external support in New Zealand. Computers in the Schools, 22(1-2), ...
Author: Management Association, Information Resources
Publisher: IGI Global
As with any industry, the education sector goes through frequent changes due to modern technological advancements. It is every educator’s duty to keep up with these shifting requirements and alter their teaching style to best fit the needs of their classroom. Pre-Service and In-Service Teacher Education: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications explores the current state of pre-service teacher programs as well as continuing education initiatives for in-service educators. It also emphasizes the growing role of technology in teacher skill development and training as well as key pedagogical developments and methods. Highlighting a range of topics such as teacher preparation programs, teaching standards, and fieldwork and practicum experiences, this multi-volume book is designed for pre-service teachers, teacher educators, researchers, professionals, and academics in the education field.
The fact that secondary students think of accounting as a tough course and usually choose less demanding courses instead is the main reason ... An empirical study of factors affecting accounting students' career choice on New Zealand.
Author: Dorothy Feldmann
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
Advances in Accounting Education is a refereed, academic research annual that aims to help meet the needs of faculty members who are interested in ways to improve accounting classroom instruction at college and university levels. It publishes thoughtful, well-developed articles that are readable, relevant, and reliable.