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Students' expressed and actual preferences for counsellors : the effects of sex, race, and type of problem.
(University of Canterbury. School of Educational Studies and Human Development, 1984)
The present study was concerned with secondary school students’ expressed and actual preferences for counsellor sex and race. The influence of type of problem on these preferences was also investigated. A sample of 430 ...
Outdoor education and the rehabilitation of at-risk adolescents.
(University of Canterbury. Educational Studies and Human Development, 1984)
Amongst alternative forms of treatment for adolescents facing social and emotional adjustment problems, Outdoor Education has been identifed as an effective vehicle for behaviour and attitude modification. An evaluation ...
Understanding learning and teaching: An investigation of pupil experience of content in relation to immediate and long-term learning
(University of Canterbury. Education, 1984)
A methodology was developed to investigate the question: 'What facilitates pupil learning in classrooms?' The question was interpreted to constrain the methodology in requiring: a naturalistic orientation, a focus on the ...