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Mushin and learning in and beyond budo
© Idokan Poland Association. Recent developments in the theorization of learning reflect a degree of frustration with the limitations of Western dualism and, in particular, with its separation of mind from body. These ...
Head teachers’ views of oral health education in schools in Tamil Nadu, India
Introduction: Children and young people in India have a high prevalence of dental decay. As part of a broader epidemiological study we interviewed 10 head teachers to understand the status of, and challenges to, inclusion ...
The cultural transition of Indigenous Australian athletes into professional sport. Sport, Education and Society.
This article reports on a study that inquired into the journeys of sixteen Indigenous Australian athletes from their first touch of the footy to the Australian Football League (AFL) and National Rugby League (NRL) that ...
Socialisation, culture and the foundations of expertise in elite level Indigenous Australian sportsmen
(University of Canterbury. School of Sport & Physical Education, 2016)
This article reports on an ongoing study that investigates the development of expertise in rugby league and Australian football by Indigenous Australians as a socially and culturally situated process of learning. Focused ...
Reading errors made by children with low vision
(University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human Development, 2004)
Previous research has shown that, on average, children with low vision lag their sighted peers in general reading development (in terms of speed, accuracy and comprehension). This study sought to examine this apparent lag ...
Intensive toilet training targeting defecation for a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Independent toileting is a critical functional life skill. Unfortunately, acquisition of this skill is often delayed in children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Interventions based on behavioural principles are often ...