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Dreaming of Shakespeare in Palestine
Revitalisation, relationships, resources: Assessment 3Rs for New Zealand teachers.
(NZCER Press, 2018-10)
Framing student engagement in higher education
(ROUTLEDGE JOURNALS, TAYLOR & FRANCIS LTD, 2013-06-01)
Expert opinion? A micro-analysis of eating disorder talk on Dr. Phil
© 2014: Andrea LaMarre, Olga Sutherland, and Nova Southeastern University. In this study, we explored how eating and identities of individuals diagnosed with eating disorders are constructed on a popular television talk ...
Making subject choices: Influences on adolescents' decision making
(Adolescent Success, 2016)
Middle Years students are required to make critical educational decisions with respect to subject choices. These decisions occur in adolescence - a period of intense identity formation, strong emotions, living in the moment ...
Increasing the emotional engagement of first year mature-aged distance students: Interest and belonging
(Queensland University of Technology, 2014-08-08)
This research followed 19 mature-aged distance students through their first semester of undergraduate study. The analysis of interviews and video diaries presented in this paper focuses on two key elements of emotional ...
Assumptions of multiple regression: Correcting two misconceptions
In 2002, an article entitled “Four assumptions of multiple regression that researchers should always test” by Osborne and Waters was published in PARE. This article has gone on to be viewed over 264,000 times (as at June ...
New Zealand teachers' overall teacher judgments (OTJs): Equivocal or unequivocal?
(New Zealand Council for Educational Research, 2012-03-01)
Central to New Zealand National Standards is the concept of overall teacher judgments (OTJs). This paper examines the concepts of OTJs and standards through international literature and experiences of a sample of New Zealand ...