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Learning at the chalkface

For some time there has been concern about the quality of teacher education courses,” says Professor Louise Watson of the University of Canberra. “Most of the recent reviews on the subject have suggested that university education departments are out of ...

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Show me the child

It’s been hailed as the “best ever” longitudinal study and in its 35 years of existence, New Zealand’s Dunedin Multidisciplinary Health and Development Study has produced some of the most remarkable findings about human development. It’s shown thumb sucking does ...

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