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TEACH Journal of Christian Education

Student learning

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Full-Text Articles in Education

Visible Learning: A Book Review, Cedric Greive, Jason Hinze Jan 2010

Visible Learning: A Book Review, Cedric Greive, Jason Hinze

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

No abstract provided.


Developing Literacy Skills With Graphic Organisers, Margaret Strickland Jan 2009

Developing Literacy Skills With Graphic Organisers, Margaret Strickland

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

As teachers we are constantly looking for

ways to improve student learning. In Australia,

educational theory and practice have

predominantly moved from the behaviourist

school of thought to the cognitive school of

thought. From this position, a constructivist

theory of learning has developed. Within this

model, students are actively involved in the

learning process. Practices in education have

also been informed by information scientists

who understand that information is important

and is processed and adapted by learners in

relation to what they already know.


Podcasting In The Classroom: A Case Study, Peter Beamish, Joshua Brown Jan 2008

Podcasting In The Classroom: A Case Study, Peter Beamish, Joshua Brown

TEACH Journal of Christian Education

The world is changing. Many students now fi ll

their world with mobile phones, text messaging,

MP3 players and computers that they use for

social networking. They have really become the

iPod generation. Due to the ubiquitous nature

of iPods, and other mp3 players, digital music

is everywhere and podcasting has become a

mainstream activity of the web 2.0 age.