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By Gill Frigerio & Rabia Nasimi
Journal of the National Institute for Career Education and Counselling 42 (1), 2019, p. 40-46.
Explores issues in career development provision for resettled refugees in the UK. Focuses on the role of grassroots organisations in meeting such needs.
By Stacey Anyan
North & South, July/Aug 2019, p. 66-71.
Reports on the author's return to primary school teaching after 14 years. Talks about pay disputes, morale across the sector, the impact of technology, and modern learning environments.
By Louise Starkey & Elizabeth Eppel
Educational management administration & leadership 47 (4), 2019, p. 640-658.
Examines the influence that national policy has had on the use of data in New Zealand primary and secondary schools. Talks about power relations between schools and policymakers and associated challenges faced by school leaders. Reports on interviews conducted in 16 New Zealand schools that explored the types of data available in each school, how they are used and how principals, as leaders in these self-managing schools, would like to be able to use the data.
By Kate Parker
Times educational supplement 5345, 2019, p. 42-49.
Describes Finland's curriculum review process, which empowers teachers to regularly update their curriculum in order to keep pace with the new skills students need in a rapidly changing world. Compares and contrasts this process with the way England reviews its curriculum.
By Christopher Charles Deneen, Gavin T.L. Brown et al.
Teaching and teacher education 80, 2019, p. 39-47.
Examines secondary teachers' school-based assessment for learning (AfL) practices. Comments on the tensions between external, formalised exam systems and AfL.
By Carl Billington et al.
Public sector 42 (1), 2019, p. 6-9.
Explores issues shaping the future of work and employment in New Zealand and looks at what this means for education and social services.
By Angus & Sonja Macfarlane
Psychology Aotearoa 10 (2), 2018, p. 71-76 (article).
Position paper about the importance of cultural competence and cultural safety in research conducted by, with, and for Māori in New Zealand.