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"She Can Bother Me, and that's because She Cares": What Inuit Students Say about Teaching and Their Learning.
In this study, we have investigated, through interviews, conversations, questionnaires, and observations, perceptions of learning success of northern Qikiqtani (Baffin Island) of Nunavut Inuit middleExpand
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University of Manitoba Centre for Research in Youth, Science Teaching and Learning: applications and utility of Urie Bronfenbrenner’s Bio-ecological Theory
[Extract] This monograph documents the outcomes of some of the research activity conducted between 2005 and 2010 by the University of Manitoba Centre for Research in Youth, Science Teaching andExpand
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Constraints and Contributors to Becoming a Science Teacher-Leader.
This inquiry examines the personal attribute and environmental factors that contribute to and impede science teacher-leader development. Using a narrative approach, the inquiry focuses on theExpand
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“Are you saying I'm to blame?” Exploring the Influence of a Principal on Elementary Science Delivery
This research exercise, employing an action research model for curriculum improvement, explored the factors influencing science program delivery at an elementary school in New Zealand. Using aExpand
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Outcomes from Flexible Learning Options for disenfranchised youth: what counts?
ABSTRACT Flexible Learning Options (FLOs) are common across many countries to enable secondary school completion by young people for whom mainstream schooling has not worked well. Access toExpand
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The development and validation of a primary science curriculum delivery evaluation questionnaire
This study describes the processes involved in the development and statistical validation of a primary science curriculum delivery evaluation instrument, the Science Curriculum ImplementationExpand
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Fostering Teacher Development to a Tetrahedral Orientation in the Teaching of Chemistry
This paper reports on the initial outcomes from the end of the fourth year of a 5 year research and professional development project to improve chemistry teaching among three cohorts of chemistryExpand
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Culturally responsive classroom management strategies: what Australian indigenous students and parents have to say
Australian Indigenous students are overrepresented in every indicator negatively that is associated with student behaviour; such as student suspension, attendance, expulsion, retention andExpand
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Teacher perceptions of factors influencing implementation of Science in the New Zealand Curriculum
[Extract] The recent release of findings from New Zealand's participation in the Third International Mathematics and Science Study (TIMSS) has revealed the disturbing level of science achievement byExpand
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The Application of a Primary Science Delivery Evaluation Questionnaire
The purpose of this investigation was to apply a validated curriculum evaluation instrument, the Science Curriculum Implementation Questionnaire (SCIQ), in an educational context in which a scienceExpand
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