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Managing Learning Journeys in Active Movement: Developing theories of change in professional development and change
(University of Canterbury. College of Education, 2007)
This thesis explores two problems: (1) how early childhood teachers can manage professional development and change in their own settings, and (2) how to create a thesis. Both facets of the thesis emerge from the professional ...
Teacher learning and development in primary schools: a view gained through the National Education Monitoring project
(University of Canterbury. Education, 2002)
Today's teachers work in exhausting times. Curriculum and assessment change has been unrelenting and even the most conscientious teachers often feel overwhelmed. At national and local levels, professional development ...
It's not about the technology : patterns of teachers' ICT skills and classroom usage 1999-2003 : research report.
(University of Canterbury. Christchurch College of Education, 2005)
As Information and Communication Technology (lCT) becomes more commonplace in New Zealand classrooms, the question arises as to what teachers are making of the technology. The present study draws on the responses from ...
Traversing the digital divide : issues surrounding usability of the teachers' website Te Kete Ipurangi : research report.
(University of Canterbury. Christchurch College of Education, 2003)
Despite the wide availability of computers to teachers throughout New Zealand, and despite the strong philosophy supporting Internet use for teacher development, the actual use of Internet websites aiming to enhance teacher ...