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An analysis of variables affecting instructional efficiency
(University of Canterbury. School of Education, 2006)
A lot about the learning process still remains unknown. The experiments described in this thesis investigated variables that affect instructional efficiency by employing specifically programmed computers to manage and ...
The Experience of School for New Zealand Students with Down Syndrome: Parental Perspectives
(University of Canterbury. Health Sciences Centre, 2009)
The perspectives of New Zealand parents of children with Down syndrome regarding their children’s experience of school were explored in the present analysis, based on a study carried out by the Champion Centre, an early ...
Lived Experiences of Primary-Aged Māori Students Exposed to Disciplinary Exclusions
(University of Canterbury. Educational Studies and Human Development, 2008)
This qualitative research study aims to document the lived experiences of several primary-aged Māori students, and the impact on their caregivers, when these students have been stood down, suspended or excluded from their ...