5 edition of Schools and the social development of young Australians found in the catalog.
|Statement||John Ainley ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Ainley, John G., Australian Council for Educational Research.|
|LC Classifications||HQ783 .S345 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 162 p. :|
|Number of Pages||162|
|LC Control Number||2003386233|
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A report of a study conducted to investigate how Australian schools provide for the social development of young people. It goes beyond a description of social outcomes by reporting on variations among students and their schools according to year level, individual characteristics, and characteristics of their schools.
Schools and the Social Development of Young Australians. Ainley, John; Batten, Margaret; Collins, Cherry; Withers, Graeme.
Education authorities and schools throughout Australia articulate a range of goals when they comment on the purposes of schooling. Those goals include development of the skills with which a young person might come to understand the world and earn a by: It goes beyond a description of social outcomes by reporting on variations Cost for collection, storage and handling Condition: Small portion of back cover removed, minor discolouration to page edges A report of a study conducted to investigate how Australian schools provide for the social development of young people.
Australian Youth: Social and Cultural Issues: Request inspection copy This text is about young Australians in the 21st Century. It takes a sociological lens to the youth phenomena across a broad range of themes and topics, focusing on youth as they interact in their communities.
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Sharlow; Making hope practical: school reform for social justice /. Johanna Wyn, The changing context of Australian youth 3 Introduction Some groups of young Australians (young Indigenous people, young people in rural and remote areas and young people from low socio-economic backgrounds) are less likely than their peers to achieve optimal outcomes from education, and are moreFile Size: KB.
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connect career development with the workplace, by involving employers toFile Size: KB. 06–– Improving educational outcomes for all young Australians is central to the nation’s social and economic prosperity and will position young people to live fulﬁ lling, productive and responsible lives.
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avg rating — 47, ratings. score: 4, and 45 people voted. Primary school is the first compulsory educational experience for Australian children. Attendance at school, especially primary school, gives children opportunities to develop the basic building blocks for learning and educational attainment, as well as social and emotional skills such as good communication, resilience and teamwork (Vic Department of Education and Training ).
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young people experience a critical period of social and emotional development in their transition from dependence on school and family towards greater independence Community disorganisation and low neighbourhood attachment are key risk factors with the corresponding protective.
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Despite Australia being a wealthy, developed country, many aspects of the health and wellbeing of our young people have been declining. The National Statement for Engaging Young Australians with Asia in Australian Schools is accessible on the Ministerial Council on Education, Employment, Training and Youth Affairs (MCEETYA) website, as well as on the Asia Education Foundation website, Size: 2MB.How Young People Are Faring report, released by The Foundation for Young Australians (FYA), shows the persistence of the relationship between social background and geography with educational achievement and attainment.
Other research by FYA shows that some schools in low socioeconomicFile Size: KB. According to the OECD, 17 per cent of Australian young people leave secondary school without achieving basic educational skill conclude that eliminating school .