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Inquiry-Based Learning in Teacher Education: A Primary Humanities Example.
Inquiry-based learning features strongly in the new Australian Humanities and Social Sciences curriculum and increasingly in primary school practice. Yet, there is little research into, and fewExpand
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Teaching Health Education Through the Development of Student Centered Video Assignment
The purpose of this study was to explore the ways in which a student centered video assignment enhanced student learning about developing and teaching a health education plan designed to address aExpand
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Planning in professional learning teams: building trust, common language and deeper understanding of pedagogy
A teacher professional learning team (PLT) collaboration developed a primary (elementary) Grade 5 & 6, health and nutrition unit using the e5 Instructional model. Planning documents and interviewsExpand
Authentic Learning in the Kitchen and Garden:Synthesising planning, practice and pedagogy
This study identifies and articulates the interrelationships between six key components essential for authentic learning to maximise the student-centred learning opportunities in kitchen andExpand
Transdisciplinary learning in a kitchen garden: connecting to nature and constructing a path to ecoliteracy?
Abstract This article reports on a qualitative investigation of Australian, grade 4 primary (elementary) school children’s reflections on their learning in a year-long kitchen garden program. FocusExpand
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Assessing Curriculum Planning for Humanities Inquiry: The Challenges and Opportunities of Poster Presentation
Authentic assessment has been promoted in teacher education as a means of addressing the challenge that pre-service teachers often face in translating theory into practice. In this article, weExpand
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