This book draws on the stories of thirty-two young Australians to identify the barriers and obstacles they face in ‘getting a job’ in precarious times and from their vantage point.
Author: Barry Down
This book draws on the stories of thirty-two young Australians to identify the barriers and obstacles they face in ‘getting a job’ in precarious times and from their vantage point. It maps the kinds of educational policies and practices that need to be created and more widely sustained to assist their career aspirations and life chances. It is timely in terms of contributing to an alternative set of possibilities based on a commitment to the principles and values of social justice, respect, trust, care, democracy and citizenship. In constructing an alternative vision and practice for education and training it advocates the right of all young people to have a say in these broader public debates. In pursuing this agenda, it deliberately sets out to listen to what young people themselves have to say with a view to interrupting the way things are. In other words, the book seeks to identify and explain the dreams, desires and aspirations of young people with a view to creating a new imaginary and socially just future.
Global perspectives on international student employability, International
Education Association of Australia (IEAA), Retrieved from ... Rethinking school-to- work transitions in Australia: Young people have something to say (Vol. 6). Cham
Author: Tran Le Huu Nghia
Graduate employability is a significant concern for most higher education institutions worldwide. During the last two decades, universities have attempted to implement their employability agendas to support their students to enhance employment outcomes. However, within today’s globalized labour markets, employability has gone far beyond the notion of obtaining stable and permanent employment. This book explores graduates’ experiences in developing and utilizing employability capitals for career development and success in different labour markets. In the chapters, the graduate contributors narrate and discuss how they negotiated their employability on the transitions across jobs, occupational sectors and labour markets. The chapters address key issues, including how employability is understood by graduates of different disciplines, at different career stages and in different contexts; how they develop and utilise such capitals along with strategies to negotiate their employability; and what can be done to move the higher education employability agenda forward. The book presents international insights and perspectives into transitions from education to work and career development across the labour markets, as well as calls for improving the graduate employability agenda. It is an invaluable resource for researchers and academics, university leaders, policymakers and students who are concerned about graduate employability.
Author: Shirley R. SteinbergPublish On: 2020-03-06
Barry Down is Professor of Education at Murdoch University, Perth, Western Australia. ... His most recent book is entitled Rethinking School-to-Work Transitions: Young People have Something to Say (with John Smyth and Janean
Author: Shirley R. Steinberg
This extensive Handbook will bring together different aspects of critical pedagogy with the aim of opening up a clear international conversation on the subject, as well as pushing the boundaries of current understanding by extending the notion of a pedagogy to multiple pedagogies and perspectives. Bringing together a group of contributing authors from around the globe, the chapters will provide a unique approach and insight to the discipline by crossing a range of disciplines and articulating both philosophical and social common themes. The chapters will be organised across three volumes and twelve core thematic sections. The SAGE Handbook of Critical Pedagogies is planned to be an essential benchmark publication for advanced students, researchers and practitioners across a wide range of disciplines including education, health, sociology, anthropology and development studies
ED 368 437 Rethinking School Choice: Limits of the Market Metaphor. ED 368 ...
ED 368 609 Edith Cowan University (Australia) Languages for Specific Purposes
and Degree Studies: Are They Compatible? ... ED 367914 School-to-Work Transition: Tensions between Policy and Workplace Opportunities in Rural
Learning and work transition policies in comparative perspectives . ... In D.
Levine , R. Lowe , B. Peterson , & R. Tenorio ( Eds . ) , Rethinking schools . New
York : New Press . Krahn , H. ( 1996 ) . School to work transitions : Changing
patterns and research needs . ... Neither new nor alien to progressive thinking :
Interpreting the convergence of radical education and the new vocationalism in Australia .
Rethinking middle years: Early adolescents, schooling and digital culture.Crows
Nest ... Southbank, Australia: Australian Education Union. Cuban, L. ... 36, 27–42.
6 SCHOOL–TO–WORK TRANSITIONS Meg Maguire and Stephen J. Ball The.
Author: Nancy Lesko
With recent attention to issues such as youth social exclusion, poverty, school underachievement, school violence, gang activity, sexuality, and youth’s interactions with media and the internet, youth studies has emerged as a significant interdisciplinary field. It has moved beyond its roots in subcultural studies to encompass a diverse array of disciplines, subfields, and theoretical orientations. Yet no volume exists that systematically presents and puts into dialogue the field’s areas of focus and approaches to research. As a unique blend of reference guide, conceptual dictionary, and critical assessment, Keywords in Youth Studies presents and historicizes the "state of the field." It offers theoretically-informed analysis of key concepts, and points to possibilities for youth studies’ reconstruction. Contributors include internationally-renowned field experts who trace the origins, movements, and uses and meanings of "keywords" such as resistance, youth violence, surveillance, and more. The blending of section essays with focused keywords offers beginning and advanced readers multiple points of entry into the text and connections across concepts. A must-read for graduate students, faculty, and researchers across a range of disciplines, this extraordinary new book promotes new interdisciplinary approaches to youth research and advocacy.
School - to - work transition , alternatives for educational reform ' , Youth and
Society 25 ( 2 ) : 222–250 . BIKLIN , S. K. ... Higher education expansion and
economic change in Australia ' , Australian Bulletin of Labour 21 ( 4 ) : 295–322 .
LEVINE , D. ... Rethinking research on the education transitions of youth in the
1990s ' ...
Andy's doctoral thesis was in the sociology of mathematics education and the
nature of educational transitions. He has ... He recently completed a TDA-funded
project examining the use of video diaries as a tool for understanding teachers'
pre-service ... He has co-edited Research in mathematics education 7 and 8, and
has published a book entitled Rethinking school ... She is also an Adjunct
Professor at the University of South Australia, and Visiting Professor in education
at Deakin ...
Author: Pat Thomson
Visual media offer powerful communication opportunities. Doing Visual Research with Children and Young People explores the methodological, ethical, representational and theoretical issues surrounding image-based research with children and young people. It provides well-argued and illustrated resources to guide novice and experienced researchers through the challenges and benefits of visual research. Because new digital technologies have made it easier and cheaper to work with visual media, Pat Thomson brings together an international body of leading researchers who use a range of media to produce research data and communicate findings. Situating their discussions of visual research approaches within the context of actual research projects in communities and schools, and discussing a range of media from drawings, painting, collage and montages to film, video, photographs and new media, the book offers practical pointers for conducting research. These include why visual research is used how to involve children and young people as co–researchers complexities in analysis of images and the ethics of working visually institutional difficulties that can arise when working with a ‘visual voice’ how to manage resources in research projects Doing Visual Research with Children and Young People will be an ideal guide for researchers both at undergraduate and postgraduate level across disciplines, including education, youth and social work, health and nursing, criminology and community studies. It will also act as an up-to-date resource on this rapidly changing approach for practitioners working in the field. Pat Thomson is Professor of Education and Director of Research in the School of Education, University of Nottingham, UK. She is a former school principal of disadvantaged schools in Australia.
Author: Susan E. Elliott-JohnsPublish On: 2013-12-06
Smoothing the way: What makes a successful school transition programme? Education Links ... School work, teachers, and peers: The world of rst grade. ... Transition to school practices: Comparisons from Iceland and Australia. ... Moving
from here to there: Rethinking continuity and transitions in early care and education.
Author: Susan E. Elliott-Johns
Publisher: University of Toronto Press
Perspectives on Transitions in Schooling and Instructional Practice examines student transitions between major levels of schooling, teacher transitions in instructional practice, and the intersection of these two significant themes in education research. Twenty-six leading international experts offer meaningful insights on current pedagogical practices, obstacles to effective transitions, and proven strategies for stakeholders involved in supporting students in transition. The book is divided into four sections, representing the four main transitions in formal schooling: Early Years (Home, Pre-school, and Kindergarten) to Early Elementary (Grades 1–3); Early Elementary to Late Elementary (Grades 4–8); Late Elementary to Secondary (Grades 9–12); and Secondary to Post-Secondary (College and University). A coda draws together over-arching themes from throughout the text to provide recommendations and a visual model that captures their interactions. Combining theoretical approaches with practical examples of school-based initiatives, this book will appeal to those involved in supporting either the student experience (both academically and emotionally) or teacher professional learning and growth.
( 1993 ) The Children's Machine : Rethinking School in the Age of the Computer .
... teachers we are also expressing dissatisfaction with the way they are making
the transition between levels and stages of ... the important work of identity
formation that goes on for students in the social setting of the school and the peer
Australian Race Relations 1788 - 1993 . Allen and Unwin , Sydney . ... Putting
General Education to Work . Australian Education ... Higher Education in Transition : Working Papers of the Higher Education Policy Project . The
Graduate School ...
Author: Cathryn McConaghy
Category: Aboriginal Australians
Rethinking indigenous education: culturalism, colonialism and the politics of knowing.
5 ALSTON , Richard ( 1987 ) , ' Workfare : does it work , is it fair ' , Current Affairs
Bulletin , 63 ( 11 ) , April , 21-7 . ... The author ( who is a Liberal Senator
representing Victoria in the Australian Parliament ) argues that there is a pressing
need for a radical rethink of traditional attitudes to the dispensing of ... Transition
from school raises some fundamental questions about society , work and education .
Author: Diana Encel
Publisher: Social Welfare Research Centre University of New South Wales
Henry , Miriam ( 1992 ) Higher Education for All ? Tensions and Contradictions in
Post - compulsory and Higher Education Policy in Australia , Journal of Education
Policy , 7 , pp . 399 - 413 . Ife , Jim ( 1997 ) Rethinking Social Work . Towards ...
Author: Rosarii Griffin
Publisher: Symposium Books Ltd
Reform and reconstruction of education in places as diverse as Chile, South Africa and the former East Germany has highlighted the issue of 'education in transition'. In cases such as these there has been a rapid and profound change of political context from autocratic to democratic, and theory has been generated relating to this. Such cases are included here, but the aim of this volume is to illustrate the fact that all nations are in some form of transition generated by a range of pressures and factors. Consequently, the contributing chapters are structured within three broad themes with the consideration of such issues as 'market orientation' and 'gender' as well as change arising from physical conflict. The resultant book makes a distinctive contribution to the understanding of relationships between policy making for educational provision and the realities of outcomes in practice.
It is argued here that unions should perhaps rethink their role in the transition
from school to work . The Work Environment No matter what changes are made
at the school level or at other levels to encourage people to stay at school longer
Rethinking case study : Notes from the Second Cambridge Conference . In Case
... Victoria , Australia : Deakin University Press . Adler , P. A. ... The school - to - work transition and youth apprenticeship : Lessons from the U. S. experience .
Maddock , R . & McLean , I . W . ( eds ) 1988 , The Australian Economy in the
Long - Run , Cambridge University Press ... Marks , G . N . 2005 , ' Issues in the School - to - Work Transition : Evidence from the Longitudinal Surveys of Australian Youth ' ... Marston , G . 2003 , ' Rethinking Social Inequality : The Case
of “ Illegal ...
Author: Daphne Habibis
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Category: Social Science
Social Inequality: Australia at the Crossroads provides comprehensive coverage of the key dimensions of the nature and extent of inequality and difference in Australian society. Incorporating debates about the effects of globalization on inequality and difference in Australia, it also considers the role of culture in the social reproduction of hierarchy and difference. Arguments about the nature of inequality are 'tested' against empirical evidence, and case studies in each chapter provide examples to aid understanding.
Scheil , M . ( 1992 ) Rethinking the teaching and learning of languages other than
English in distance education : Educational equality for the twenty - first century .
... [ Language Planning and Language Policy in Australia ) Wilson , J . A . ( 1988 )
Language policy implementation in ... SCHOOL TO WORK TRANSITION IN
JAPAN An Ethnographic Study Kaori Okano This participant - observation based
Author: Gary M. Jones
Publisher: Multilingual Matters Limited
Based on a conference held in Brunei in December in 1991 on bilingualism and national development, this book features papers from different parts of the globe, and from both the developed and developing world. They show how greatly the role of bilingualism varies in the development of the nation.
Author: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and DevelopmentPublish On: 1977
Transition from School to Work Or Further Study Organisation for Economic Co-
operation and Development ... What we feel is especially needed in Australia is a rethinking of the role of the various kinds of guidance and counselling services in
Author: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Publisher: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development ; [Washington, D.C. : sold by OECD Publications Center]