Research Information for Teachers


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set: Research Information for Teachers 

  • a well-established research resource for teachers
  • published three times a year
  • fully double-blind peer reviewed
  • each issue contains around nine articles
  • reflects current practices and thinking
  • international editorial board

Editor:   Josie Roberts    josie.roberts@nzcer.org.nz


ISSN (print): 0110-6376

ISSN (online): 2253-2145 


SET 2013. ISSUE 3

In this issue:

  • Are they ready to teach? Judging student teachers’ practice  
  • Implementing e-network-supported inquiry learning in science  
  • What is a social inquiry? Crafting questions that lead to deeper knowledge about society and citizenship  
  • In their wor[l]ds: Embarking on appreciative inquiry to enhance student learning  
  • Children’s views about geometry tasks in Māori-medium schools: Meeting Ngā Whanaketanga Rumaki Māori pāngarau (National Standards in mathematics)  
  • Successful transitions from early intervention to school-age special-education services  
  • Competencies or capabilities: What’s in a name?  
  • Teaching as inquiry and the Hawthorne effect  
  • PAT: Punctuation and Grammar—a new resource to support literacy