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What do we expect of education?

Australian College of Education. Conference

What do we expect of education?

selected papers from the Twenty-fourth Annual Conference of the Australian College of Education, held in Sydney, 15-20 May 1983

by Australian College of Education. Conference

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Published by Australian College of Education in Carlton, Vic .
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  • Australia
    • Subjects:
    • Education -- Aims and objectives -- Australia -- Congresses.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographies.

      StatementR. Philps and A.G. Shannon, editors.
      ContributionsPhilps, R., Shannon, A. G.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsLA2102 .A963 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination174 p. :
      Number of Pages174
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2593951M
      ISBN 100909587264
      LC Control Number85147702
      OCLC/WorldCa12557757

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      Lacking [a formal, regulatory] academy as we do, we might expect dictionaries to take up the banner of defenders of the language, but in recent years they have increasingly shied away from the role. We believe physical education involves activities and lessons that teaches core character traits to help students become healthy, active, lifelong learners, who will continually strive for excellence. All lessons will be centered around the standards set forth by the New York State Education Department: 1. Personal Health and Fitness 2.


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This book contains papers presented at a conference on educational promise, performance, and expectations. Papers included in this volume are: (1) "Education in Australia: We Get What We Deserve" (S. Ball); (2) "The Size and Scale: What is Expected" (J. Owen); (3) "The Search for Educational Quality and Equality: A U.

View" (A. Harry Passow); (4) "Community Expectations and the Author: R. Philps, A. Shannon. The goals of education are explored and the universal right to education emphasised.

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