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Educational research partnerships: Initiatives and pedagogy

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By Allan G Harrison, Bruce Allen Knight, Bernadette Walker-Gibbs

Published: 2004
ISBN: 978-1-876682-75-0
Pages: iii+201
Imprint: Post Pressed

Overview

We are pleased to present the CQU Faculty Edited Collection for 2004.

Educational research is important because it informs teaching and learning at every level of modern society. Education now exceeds the definitions placed on it just a decade ago. In its more traditional form, educational research explores the nature of schools, classrooms and individual learning experience. Research is the lifeblood of innovation in teaching and informs policy decisions taken by schools and government and independent jurisdictions. As a result, educational research is interested in every facet of schooling and learning and this collection presents a rich and diverse set of studies.

The underlying issues addressed in this collection are related to the exploration of partnerships between the researcher and the researched, industry, schooling and higher education; initiatives that seek to understand, improve and analyse pedagogy in order to achieve a greater understanding some of the key themes arising for educational researchers in an increasingly futures focused world. We trust that the research discussed stimulates discussion and debate.

Table of Contents

  • Acknowledgements
  • Educational Research: Partnerships, Initiatives and Pedagogy
    Bruce Allen Knight, Bernadette Walker-Gibbs and Allan G Harrison
  • Floating and Sinking: Constructing the 'Good Science Teacher'
    Teresa Moore
  • The Tyranny of the Textbook: Despite a New Syllabus the Science Textbook Still Dominates Teacher Planning and Pedagogy
    Reyna Zipf and Allan Harrison
  • A Preliminary Study of University Physics for Secondary Science Teachers: Will Content be Enough?
    Jan Bulman, Colin Greensill and Allan Harrison
  • ICT-Mediated Science Inquiry: A Pilot Study
    John Hunt and Allan Harrison
  • Engagement: A Phenomenographic Approach
    Lois Irvin
  • The Reality of Inclusion of Students With Special Educational Needs Into Schools: Lessons From Inclusive Classrooms
    Cecily Knight and Bruce Allen Knight
  • Literacy and Learning Initiatives: Post-Literacy and Joint Partnerships Between a School and a University
    Bernadette Walker-Gibbs
  • Educational Multimedia and Learning: How the 'Learning Object' is Used to Enhance Student-Learning Outcomes
    Paul O'Neill
  • When We Say 'Action', We Mean 'Business': Bringing Teachers, Lecturers, Employers and Students Together in Partnerships
    David Lynch and Richard Smith
  • Education and Training for Decent Work: Addressing the Access and Equity Concerns
    Gopal K Bhattacharya

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