Research
Current and Historical Perspectives on Australian Teenagers’ Reading Practices and Preferences Print E-mail
By Dr Jacqueline Manuel and Don Carter   
Abstract
This article, by Manuel and Carter, reports on the findings of an Australian study into the reading habits of more than 2000 young people, aged 12 to 16 years. It explores a range of questions about the young people’s personal, socially-situated and school-based reading lives, considers the disjunction between school and beyond-school reading and the implications of these findings for classroom teaching and learning.
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Does Guided Inquiry Enhance Learning and Metacognition? Print E-mail
By Lee FitzGerald   
Abstract
Does Guided Inquiry enhance learning and metacognition? Research carried out at Loreto Kirribilli, a Catholic independent secondary school in Sydney, Australia, in 2014 demonstrates that Guided Inquiry scaffolding enhances learning and metacognition. 
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