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Children have some very good ideas on how they could be disciplined without the use of physical punishment.
Revelations about what can go wrong if the child's perspectives are not recognised during an assessment for special educational needs.
The information explosion is upon us. Do intermediate aged students really understand their library system and can they make it work for them?
The differences between Australian and Japanese secondary students' conceptions of learning and their use of self-regulated learning strategies.
How young children react to reading with CD-ROM story-books, the latest multimedia reading resource.
Can a group interview be fair and effective? Successful and unsuccessful applicants to the Auckland College of Education express their opinions.
Given the opportunity, children show remarkable perception in defining and solving the world's problems.
Who is encouraging them? Is it the media, their friends, their mothers or, in a surprise result from this study, their fathers?
Students and teachers bring preconceived ideas to a new curriculum area.
Children have a very clear sense of what makes a good or bad teacher.
What do young children really think of superheroes? Should parents and teachers be concerned about their fascination?
Can young children differentiate between dangers and safe play? Understanding the young child's view of the world has implications for road safety education.
How bodies are constructed within the popular physical culture in Australia, with implications for health education and promotion via physical education in schools.
Do students of different sex, race, level of school achievement or from different socio-economic backgrounds have different perceptions of their last year of school? If they do, how much equity is...
How young children view science and scientists will affect their career choice as adolescents.