Interviews with New South Wales teachers about their professional journal and pedagogy in line with the MeE Framework (teacher engagement)

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Interviews with New South Wales teachers about their professional journal and pedagogy in line with the MeE Framework (teacher engagement)
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2012-08-01
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English
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2008 to 2011
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  1. Text: Suburban and regional New South Wales
Description
  1. Twenty eight Interviews containing ten questions with suburban and regional New South Wales teachers from K - 12 about their professional journey and pedagogy in line with the MeE Framework (teacher engagement). Interviews were conducted by research assistants and various UWS academics. The qualitative interviews were not de-identified to enable teachers to be listed as co-researchers.

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Related Publications
  1. Munns, G., Arthur, L., Hertzberg, M., Sawyer, W., Zammit, K. (2012). A fair go for students in poverty: Australia. In T. Wrigley (Ed.), P. Thomson (Ed.), B. Lingard (Ed.), Changing schools: alternative ways to make a world of difference (pp. 167-180). New York: Routledge.
    Book chapter
  2. Byrne, M., Munns, G. (2012). Getting both pictures right: the importance of the classroom relationship. In Q. Beresford (Ed.), G. Partington (Ed.), G. Gower (Ed.) Reform and resistance in Aboriginal Education, Crawley, W.A.: UWA.
    Book chapter
  3. Callow, J. (2012). The rules of visual engagement: Images as tools for learning. Screen Education, 65, 72-79.
    Journal article
  4. Callow, J., Zammit, K. (2012). Where lies your text? (Twelfth Night Act I, Scene V): Engaging high school students from low socioeconomic backgrounds in reading multimodal texts. English in Australia, 47 (2).
    Journal article
  5. Munns, G. (2012). Thinking the unthinkable: Teachers who engage students in poverty: In this class you can imagine ... In B. McMahon (Ed.), J. Portelli (Ed.), Student engagement in urban schools: Beyond neoliberal discourses. Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age.
    Book chapter
Related Websites
  1. Research Directions: Fair Go at Tackling Poverty
  2. University of Western Sydney. School of Education
  3. Supporting Low SES School Communities
Related Data
  1. Has association with: >> Focus groups with students from New South Wales school students on their teacher's pedagogy in line with the MeE Framework (student engagement)
    • ID: http://handle.uws.edu.au:8081/1959.7/512262 (EXTERNAL)
    • Publish to RDA: This related object (and relationship) is NOT being published to RDA.
  2. Has association with: >> Focus observations in New South Wales classrooms using MeE (engagement and motivation) framework
    • ID: http://handle.uws.edu.au:8081/1959.7/512267 (EXTERNAL)
    • Publish to RDA: This related object (and relationship) is NOT being published to RDA.
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  1. Doctor Geoff Munns , University of Western Sydney [CI]
  2. Associate Professor Wayne Sawyer , University of Western Sydney
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Geoff Munns, g.munns@uws.edu.au
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  1. 1302 - Curriculum and Pedagogy (1302)
  2. 1303 - Specialist Studies in Education (1303)
Socio-Economic Objective
  1. 930201 - Pedagogy (930201)
  2. 930103 - Learner Development (930103)
  3. 930102 - Learner and Learning Processes (930102)
Keywords
  1. Teacher
  2. Teacher effectiveness
  3. Student engagement
  4. Poverty
  5. Schools
  6. School improvement programs
  7. communities
  8. Australia
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To discuss data access conditions please contact Geoff Munns, g.munns@uws.edu.au
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