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Brown, Mark – Australian Educational Computing, 2005
This paper locates the current technology related school reform movement in the backdrop of growing international debate and illustrates through discourse analysis why teachers and teacher educators need to engage in deeper levels of critical dialogue over the move to plug schools into the so-called knowledge economy. The objective is to raise…
Descriptors: Teaching (Occupation), Hidden Curriculum, Political Attitudes, Discourse Analysis
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Severinsen, G. – Australian Educational Computing, 2003
Technology in secondary schools has become of increasing interest as the power of the microchip has developed. For the students of Mathematics, computers and handheld graphic calculators need to be accessible to all. They are relevant to the needs of the students' courses and to support and develop their Mathematical learning (Smith, 1997).…
Descriptors: Secondary School Mathematics, Mathematics Education, Rote Learning, Logical Thinking
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Finger, Glenn; Trinidad, Sue – Australian Educational Computing, 2002
This article provides an overview of Systemic Initiatives in the Australian States and Territories. This updated overview acknowledges the help and information provided by key contacts whom the authors contacted from each of the Australian State and Territory government education systems. In addition, the role of the Ministerial Council for…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Public Schools, Private Schools, Educational Policy