A study and comparison of differential pacing rates using a programmed text (1969)
Type of ContentTheses / Dissertations
Degree NameMaster of Arts
PublisherUniversity of Canterbury
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Fluckiger, B.; Lovett, S.; Dempster, N. (University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Leadership, 2013)How to best address the professional learning needs of those aspiring to leadership roles in schools is an im-portant issue. Robust evaluation practices are needed to determine the quality of current provisions and identify ...
Ethics in Telehealth : Comparison between Guidelines and Practice-based Experience -the Case for Learning Health Systems. Kuziemsky, C.E.; Hunter, I.; Gogia, S.B.; Iyenger, S.; Kulatunga, G.; Rajput, V.; Subbian, V.; John, O.; Kleber, A.; Mandirola, H.F.; Florez-Arango, J.; Al-Shorbaji, N.; Meher, S.; Udayasankaran, J.G.; Basu, Arindam (Georg Thieme Verlag KG, 2020)OBJECTIVES:To understand ethical issues within the tele-health domain, specifically how well established macro level telehealth guidelines map with micro level practitioner perspectives. METHODS:We developed four overarching ...
Stevens, Kerry Maxwell (University of Canterbury. School of Literacies and Arts in Education /Educational Studies and Human Development, 2011)This study explores educational leadership within and across two of NZ’s eLearning clusters. Two complementary perspectives of educational leadership are used to frame the investigation: instructional leadership and ...