Audio

A Different Kind of Teacher for a Different Kind of School

University of Newcastle, Australia
The current “old school” paradigm of teaching and learning is based on students sitting passively in rows, completing a required […]
Create a free account or log in here or upgrade to view subject-specific insights here Log in using your home institution's login credentials (Shibboleth) here Note: Your region or institute may not appear on the list because they have not signed up for this type of access. Please consult the librarian at your institution with any questions about this type of access. Get university access here Recommend Faculti here Get professional team access here

Ability, motivation and opportunity: managerial coaching in practice

University of Wollongong
The practice of managerial coaching is increasing globally, although there is still comparatively little research into it. Grace McCarthy discusses the […]
Create a free account or log in here or upgrade to view subject-specific insights here Log in using your home institution's login credentials (Shibboleth) here Note: Your region or institute may not appear on the list because they have not signed up for this type of access. Please consult the librarian at your institution with any questions about this type of access. Get university access here Recommend Faculti here Get professional team access here

Company Voluntary Arrangements: Evaluating Success and Failure

University of Wolverhampton
Peter Walton considers the reasons for the ‘success’ or ‘failure’ of company voluntary arrangements (“CVAs”) and to investigate the outcomes […]
Create a free account or log in here or upgrade to view subject-specific insights here Log in using your home institution's login credentials (Shibboleth) here Note: Your region or institute may not appear on the list because they have not signed up for this type of access. Please consult the librarian at your institution with any questions about this type of access. Get university access here Recommend Faculti here Get professional team access here

Cultures of Inequality: Financialisation, Labour and Social Finance

Macquarie University
Lisa Magnani analyses the role of Social Finance as an example of financial innovation and provides an insight into the […]
Create a free account or log in here or upgrade to view subject-specific insights here Log in using your home institution's login credentials (Shibboleth) here Note: Your region or institute may not appear on the list because they have not signed up for this type of access. Please consult the librarian at your institution with any questions about this type of access. Get university access here Recommend Faculti here Get professional team access here

Diversity in Teacher Education

Bath Spa University
Nick Sorensen discusses the Diversity in Teacher Education (DiTE) research programme which is the first attempt to chronicle the origins, […]
Create a free account or log in here or upgrade to view subject-specific insights here Log in using your home institution's login credentials (Shibboleth) here Note: Your region or institute may not appear on the list because they have not signed up for this type of access. Please consult the librarian at your institution with any questions about this type of access. Get university access here Recommend Faculti here Get professional team access here

Education isn’t a meritocracy, it’s a ‘parentocracy’

Charles Sturt University
Kellie Bousfield discusses how the education system feeds into the “choice” parents make. In Australia, and elsewhere, the system doesn’t favour […]
Create a free account or log in here or upgrade to view subject-specific insights here Log in using your home institution's login credentials (Shibboleth) here Note: Your region or institute may not appear on the list because they have not signed up for this type of access. Please consult the librarian at your institution with any questions about this type of access. Get university access here Recommend Faculti here Get professional team access here

Families Without Schools

University of British Columbia
Using a collection of settler family letters to the Elementary Correspondence School (ECS) in British Columbia, the first provincial government–supported […]
Create a free account or log in here or upgrade to view subject-specific insights here Log in using your home institution's login credentials (Shibboleth) here Note: Your region or institute may not appear on the list because they have not signed up for this type of access. Please consult the librarian at your institution with any questions about this type of access. Get university access here Recommend Faculti here Get professional team access here

From Sharing the Burden of Scarcity to Markets

University of South Australia
Lin Crase discusses the process of transition from an equitable distribution of water to support semi-subsistence outcomes to market-oriented agriculture. […]
Create a free account or log in here or upgrade to view subject-specific insights here Log in using your home institution's login credentials (Shibboleth) here Note: Your region or institute may not appear on the list because they have not signed up for this type of access. Please consult the librarian at your institution with any questions about this type of access. Get university access here Recommend Faculti here Get professional team access here

Informal learning spaces and their impact on learning in higher education

La Trobe University
Craig Deed discusses the need for student-oriented teaching and learning environments and the emergence of built informal learning environments on […]
Create a free account or log in here or upgrade to view subject-specific insights here Log in using your home institution's login credentials (Shibboleth) here Note: Your region or institute may not appear on the list because they have not signed up for this type of access. Please consult the librarian at your institution with any questions about this type of access. Get university access here Recommend Faculti here Get professional team access here