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Social Capital is defined as networks of trust and reciprocity that link multiple individuals together, and has been shown to facilitate a range of positive outcomes for individuals and communities.
This research found that school students with higher levels of social capital tended to...
The Australian Human Rights Commission welcomes the development of a national school curriculum, believing that the development of the Curriculum is a unique opportunity to ensure all young Australians develop an understanding and appreciation for human rights.
While the existing draft Curriculum includes some...
Leaders in education, science, and policy recognize the value of technology enhanced inquiry materials for science and are stressing the importance of teacher professional development.
A recent synthesis of more than 25 meta-analytic studies investigating the Professional Development for Technology-Enhanced Inquiry Science Downloaded from...