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Teacher collaboration: good for some, not so good for others
This paper examines the outcomes of four Australian schools' efforts to promote greater collaboration between teachers in each school. Teachers' responses to questions about the nature and extent ofExpand
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Teacher–student relationships which promote resilience at school: a micro-level analysis of students’ views
ABSTRACT This paper draws on qualitative data from an Australian longitudinal study begun in 1997 and completed in 2005. It identifies the ordinary, everyday, relational, ‘little things’ thatExpand
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Towards Fairer University Assessment: Recognizing the Concerns of Students
1. The Importance of Fair Assessment 2. Researching Students' Perceptions of Fair Assessment 3. Sources of Frustration with Assessment 4. Deciding the Fairness of Assessment 5. Responding to UnfairExpand
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Local school micropolitical agency: an antidote to new managerialism
This paper reports research into the micropolitical strategies used by five school leadership teams in the South Australian School‐based Research and Reform Project. The research challenges many ofExpand
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Questionable practices?: Relying on individual teacher resilience in remote schools
Early career teachers eager to find employment are often encouraged by employers to accept positions in remote locations which are traditionally difficult to staff. This paper reports research thatExpand
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Learning from warthogs and oxpeckers: promoting mutualism in school and university research partnerships
Abstract In this article it is argued that metaphors can be useful in explaining the ways academics and teachers can work inter-dependently, using action research, to achieve different, but mutuallyExpand
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Understanding and Challenging Dominant Discourses About Student Behaviour at School
We argue in this chapter that a particular set of discourses about student behaviour – those that can be loosely located in the ‘traditionalist-authoritarian-zero tolerance’ basket of ideas – haveExpand
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The future of WRRF modelling - outlook and challenges.
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The wastewater industry is currently facing dramatic changes, shifting away from energy-intensive wastewater treatment towards low-energy, sustainable technologies capable of achieving energy positive operation and resource recovery . Expand
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Incorporating sulfur reactions and interactions with iron and phosphorus into a general plant-wide model.
Sulfur causes many adverse effects in wastewater treatment and sewer collection systems, such as corrosion, odours, increased oxygen demand, and precipitate formation. Several of these are oftenExpand
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