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Reflecting upon reflection: theory and practice in one Australian University teacher education program
Over the past 20 years the teaching profession has embraced the notion of the teacher as ‘reflective practitioner’. This has led to an increased emphasis on teacher action research and teachersExpand
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Geographical locational knowledge as an indicator of children's views of the world: research from Sweden and Australia
Children's locational knowledge is often used to clarify underlying conceptual understandings of the world in which they live. Although there has been some exploration of how European children viewExpand
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Pre-service teacher perspectives on the importance of global education: world and classroom views
In an era of international multimedia exposure and a global economy, there is no question that global education (GE) must be part of the school curriculum. Effective delivery of GE is reliant onExpand
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Dancing in the ditches: reflecting on the capacity of a university/school partnership to clarify the role of a teacher educator
This paper used the data collected from reflective diaries, semi-structured interviews and surveys to identify and examine common themes identified in the roles required and/or perceived for teacherExpand
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Social justice and school linkages in teacher education programmes
This paper investigates current research into the role of education in combating social injustice, assembles this research to indicate key features of a teacher education programme that would assistExpand
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Globalization and classroom practice : insights on learning about the world in Swedish and Australian schools
Globalization and global education implies changes to practices at the classroom level to adapt to new imperatives associated with technology use and awareness, and environmental sustainability. ItExpand
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Contextual complexity: The professional learning experiences of seven classroom teachers when engaged in “quality teaching”
Abstract This research study interrogates the self-reported perceptions of seven experienced Human Society and Its Environment (HSIE) teachers about the professional learning influencing theirExpand
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Professional experience as a wicked problem in initial teacher education
Abstract Professional experience in teacher education is explored through the conceptual lens of the wicked problem. Wicked problems are socially constructed and complex. This paper outlines what isExpand
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