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Australian Association for Research in Education Annual Meeting

December 2002

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Number of papers: 3

  1. Knowledge Is Something We Do: Knowing and Learning in Globally Networked Communities

    Lesley Farell & Bernard Holkner

    Workspaces are sites of contention over what is knowledge and who can say so; work-related education has never been a neutral arbiter. In a context in which workspaces routinely bring together... More

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  2. An Alternative to the Traditional Educational Program for Year Nine Students: A New Issue to Research in an Unchanging System

    Michael Dyson, Len Cairns, Alice Hesse & Mark Reeves

    This report describes the Remote School, a "center for student leadership" in the high country of the Victorian Alps (Australia), and presents findings from an ongoing evaluation. This state... More

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  3. A Community of Teachers: Using Activity Theory to Investigate the Implementation of ICTE in a Remote Indigenous School

    Margaret Lloyd & Rebecca Cronin

    Since 1999, most secondary students from the Indigenous community of Lockhart River in far north Queensland (Australia) have attended boarding schools in other places. In 2001-02, a project in... More

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