Browsing by Author "Lockley, John"

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  • CoRe: A way to build pedagogical content knowledge for beginning teachers

    Eames, Chris W.; Williams, P. John; Hume, Anne Christine; Lockley, John (Teaching & Learning Research Initiative, 2011)
    Research has shown that one of the factors which enables teachers to be effective is their rich pedagogical content knowledge (PCK). Beginning teachers need support to develop this PCK and recent research in the field has ...
  • The nature of sustainability as viewed by European students

    Lockley, John; Jarrath, Martin (Sage, 2013-03)
    Sustainability as a concept, though well understood in general terms, is often politically captured by interest groups and as such expressed through issues like concern for global climate change or the need to develop more ...
  • Pre-service teachers' perceptions of technology and technology education

    Forret, Michael; Edwards, Richard; Lockley, John; Nguyen, Nhung Hong (Technology Environmental Science and Mathematics Education Research Centre, University of Waikato, 2013)
    Technology teachers’ perceptions and understanding of the nature of technology heavily influences their perceptions of technology education and consequently shapes their teaching practice. Understanding the nature of ...
  • Promoting pedagogical content knowledge development for early career secondary teachers in science and technology using content representations

    Williams, P. John; Eames, Chris W.; Hume, Anne Christine; Lockley, John (ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD, 2012)
    Background: This research addressed the key area of early career teacher education and aimed to explore the use of a 'content representation' (CoRe) as a mediational tool to develop early career secondary teacher pedagogical ...