Vol 15, No 1 (2010)

DOI: 10.15663/wje.v15i1

Table of Contents


Introduction to Special Edition PDF
Clive McGee, Beverley Cooper


Initial teacher eduction and the a New Zealand curriculum PDF
Clive McGee, Bronwen Cowie, Beverley Cooper
Shifting conceptualisations of knowledge and learning in the implementation of the New Zealand curriculum: Conceptual models and a preliminary analysis of data PDF
Vanessa Andreotti, Amosa Fa'afoi, Margaret Giroux
Connecting key competencies and social inquiry in primary social studies pedagogy: Initial teacher education students’ planning decisions and reflections PDF
Pip Hunter, Paul Keown, Jill Wynyard
Exploring the front end of New Zealand curriculum in student teacher education: An example from language and mathematics education PDF
Judy Bailey, Marilyn Blakeney-Williams, Wendy Carss, Bronwen Cowie, Ngarewa Hawera, Merilyn Taylor
Getting it straight: The difference between inquiry-based learning and teaching as inquiry as taught to prospective teachers PDF
Sue Bridges, Fiona Gilmore
Stepping out of the “ivory tower”: An initial teacher educator’s experience of returning to the classroom PDF
Kirsten Petrie
Decomposition and approximation: Finding a language for ITE practices in New Zealand PDF
Jane McChesney
Opening eyes to different worlds PDF
Vicki M Carpenter
Putting it all together: Action research in teaching practice PDF
Steven Sexton
Effective pedagogy: The influence of teacher educators’ practice on student teachers’ practice and philosophy PDF
Jill Paris, Adair Polson-Genge, Brenda Shanks
Students’ perceptions of the effectiveness of pre-service technology courses PDF
Brent Mawson
Establishing the “new” into “the way we do things”: Reviewing paper aims and content in response to national and local developments PDF
Kerry Earl

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