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  • Communities of practice and professional development

    Chalmers, Lex; Keown, Paul Ashley (Taylor & Francis, 2006)
    The Internet has had a transformative effect on many aspects of contemporary living. While there may be a tendency to overstate the impacts of this technology, workplaces and work practices in many societies have been ...
  • Connecting key competencies and social inquiry in primary social studies pedagogy: initial teacher education students' planning decisions and reflections.

    Hunter, Philippa Anne; Keown, Paul Ashley; Wynyard, Jill (Faculty of Education, University of Waikato, 2010)
    Over 2007-2009 we have worked with the national curriculum's key competencies to establish their place and purpose in the social sciences learning area. As a result, our initial teacher education (ITE) primary social studies ...
  • Curriculum implementation exploratory studies: Final report

    Cowie, Bronwen; Hipkins, Rosemary; Boyd, Sally; Bull, Ally; Keown, Paul Ashley; McGee, Clive; Cooper, Beverley; Ferrier-Kerr, Jenny L.; Hume, Anne Christine; McKim, Anne M.; Moreland, Judy; Morrison, Michele; Bolstad, Rachel; Spiller, Lorraine; Taylor, Merilyn; Yates, Russell (Ministry of Education, 2009)
    Throughout the history of schooling in New Zealand the national curriculum has been revised at fairly regular intervals. Consequently, schools are periodically faced with having to accommodate to new curriculum. In between ...
  • Environmental education in New Zealand schools

    Bolstad, Rachel; Cowie, Bronwen; Eames, Chris W.; Baker, Miles; Keown, Paul Ashley; Edwards, Richard; Coll, Richard K.; Rogers, Neil (The Ministry of Education, 2004)
    This research, presented in four volumes, looked at current practice in environmental education in New Zealand schools using a range of methods.
  • Exploring different 'perspectives' in secondary geography: Professional development options

    Chalmers, Lex; Keown, Paul Ashley; Kent, Ashley (Channel View Publications, 2002)
    Significant changes have occurred in the worlds of geography since 1973, and a substantial literature has emerged about these changes and their effects on the 'divide' between secondary and tertiary geographers. We suggest ...

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