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By Venkatesh, Bala; Morgan, T. J.; Joyce, Chris; Townsend, Shane
A detailed knowledge and understanding of data are an important part of training and practice in the day-to-day management of patients in intensive care. This book is aimed to aid in the education of trainees, providing a source of clinical data, with questions and answers, enabl...ing them to test and develop their interpretation skills.Read more
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By Bull, Ally; Joyce, Chris; Spiller, Lorraine; Hipkins, Rosemary
Nature of Science is the core strand of science in The New Zealand Curriculum. This resource aims to support teachers to understand the different aspects of the Nature of Science and what this might mean in practice.
By Bull, Ally; Joyce, Chris; Hipkins, Rosemary
What might a future-oriented school science curriculum look like in Years 1-8? This handbook shares ideas to help you design a coherent, school-based science curriculum that will meet the needs of your students and community. The authors were all teachers before becoming research...ers and resource developers in science education, and they've thought hard about how science can help all children become confident, connected and lifelong learners . This resource is their way of supporting the important work that teachers do in classrooms throughout Aotearoa New Zealand. You will be familiar with some of the ideas (you probably already do them). Others will be more challenging. Wherever your school is on its curriculum journey, this book will provide inspiring ideas and practical decisions.Read more
By Hipkins, Rosemary; Joyce, Chris; Wylie, Cathy
From 2003, schools have been required to gather data on student learning and engagement, and to use it to set goals for boosting student achievement. This is known as the planning and reporting (PAR) framework. This report looks at what the PAR framework has meant for primary and... secondary schools, and its initial impact on teacher practices and learning. The report combines findings from two 2006 surveys: one a nationally representative sample of 186 primary school principals and 279 teachers from the same schools specifically on PAR issues, and findings from the 2006 national survey of all secondary schools.Read more
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