Institutional Issues: Pupils, Schools and Teacher Education by Mal Leicester, Sohan Modgil

By Mal Leicester, Sohan Modgil

Quantity II considers values and tradition on the institutional point. What constitutes a great 'whole college' strategy during this area? The publication discusses key concerns and studies on whole-school tasks worldwide. a number of contributions specialize in the important factor of instructor schooling.

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Perth: Murdoch University. SHOCK, SELF-DOUBT AND RISING TO THE CHALLENGE 29 Davies, E. and McGlade, M. (1982) Cultural values affecting the child at school. ) Aboriginal Education: Issues and Innovations: 95–104. Perth: Creative Research. K. (1988) Cultural vacuum or cultural vitality? Australian Aboriginal Studies 1:31–9. Garrigan, P. and Pearce, J. (1996) Use theory? Use theory! Mentoring and Tutoring 1(4). Groome, H. (1995) Working Purposefully with Aboriginal Students. Wentworth Falls: Social Science Press.

References Baker, L. (1996) Some major problems in Aboriginal Education today. Unpublished manuscript. Perth: Murdoch University. Currie, J. (1995) Aborigines and Education: Study Guide. Perth: Murdoch University. SHOCK, SELF-DOUBT AND RISING TO THE CHALLENGE 29 Davies, E. and McGlade, M. (1982) Cultural values affecting the child at school. ) Aboriginal Education: Issues and Innovations: 95–104. Perth: Creative Research. K. (1988) Cultural vacuum or cultural vitality? Australian Aboriginal Studies 1:31–9.

And Pearce, J. (1996) Use theory? Use theory! Mentoring and Tutoring 1(4). Groome, H. (1995) Working Purposefully with Aboriginal Students. Wentworth Falls: Social Science Press. Harris, S. (1990) Two Way Aboriginal Schooling. Education and Cultural Survival. Canberra: Australian Studies Press. Keefe, K. (1988) Aboriginality: resistance or persistence. Australian Aboriginal Studies 1: 67–81. Langford, R. (1988) Don’t Take Your Love to Town. Ringwood: Penguin. Lippman, L. (1994) Generations of Resistance.

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