The Resource Early education programs and Aboriginal families in Victoria, report on the Bernard van Leer Foundation Pre-school Project : Monash University, 1969-1972

Early education programs and Aboriginal families in Victoria, report on the Bernard van Leer Foundation Pre-school Project : Monash University, 1969-1972

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Early education programs and Aboriginal families in Victoria, report on the Bernard van Leer Foundation Pre-school Project : Monash University, 1969-1972
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Early education programs and Aboriginal families in Victoria, report on the Bernard van Leer Foundation Pre-school Project
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Monash University, 1969-1972
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Scott, Phyllis M.
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Darbyshire, M
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  • Bernard van Leer Foundation
  • Monash University
  • Aboriginal Australians
  • Early childhood education
  • Psychology
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Early education programs and Aboriginal families in Victoria, report on the Bernard van Leer Foundation Pre-school Project : Monash University, 1969-1972
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Section I. What is the educational problem -- Contrasting approaches in pre-school programs Section II. Bases for action - Issues in the education of Aboriginal (and other) children and initial position taken : The purpose of experimental pre-school projects: Teaching, research, or both -- Cultural issues in educational projects -- The significance of planned pre-school programs for later educational progress -- Pre-school centres, pre-school education and experimental pre-school programs some general comments -- Section III. Initial field work : The partical setting -- establishing communication: The nature of the task (As understood by project staff) -- Section IV. Initial data on children : Group report : Selection and review of tests -- Initial test results: Group report -- Practical implications of points made on testing -- Initial observational data: Technical records -- Section V. Teaching programs and field work problems : General nature of teaching programs -- Field work problems and priorities -- Section VI. Evidence of change in children participating in project : Changes evident on re-testing children -- Secton VII. School follow-up data : Information from questionnaries: Teachers perceptions of academic progress and of behaviour in the school setting -- Section VIII. Guidelines for action : A general approach to educational change -- Teaching activities with Aboriginal children in relation to pre-school centres in Victoria -- In Conclusion : Some suggested emphases -- References -- Appendices : Family variables affecting nature of supportive work possible -- Supplementary notes on field work: Aboriginal/white interactions Illustrations: Conflicting priorities parents responses to pre-school program -- Questionnarie to schools
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M0064001
Dimensions
30 cm.
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viii, 276 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 4 - donation from Tom Austen Brown collection
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ill.
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9309 ; 9310 ; 13017
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0088825
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Early education programs and Aboriginal families in Victoria, report on the Bernard van Leer Foundation Pre-school Project : Monash University, 1969-1972
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Contents
Section I. What is the educational problem -- Contrasting approaches in pre-school programs Section II. Bases for action - Issues in the education of Aboriginal (and other) children and initial position taken : The purpose of experimental pre-school projects: Teaching, research, or both -- Cultural issues in educational projects -- The significance of planned pre-school programs for later educational progress -- Pre-school centres, pre-school education and experimental pre-school programs some general comments -- Section III. Initial field work : The partical setting -- establishing communication: The nature of the task (As understood by project staff) -- Section IV. Initial data on children : Group report : Selection and review of tests -- Initial test results: Group report -- Practical implications of points made on testing -- Initial observational data: Technical records -- Section V. Teaching programs and field work problems : General nature of teaching programs -- Field work problems and priorities -- Section VI. Evidence of change in children participating in project : Changes evident on re-testing children -- Secton VII. School follow-up data : Information from questionnaries: Teachers perceptions of academic progress and of behaviour in the school setting -- Section VIII. Guidelines for action : A general approach to educational change -- Teaching activities with Aboriginal children in relation to pre-school centres in Victoria -- In Conclusion : Some suggested emphases -- References -- Appendices : Family variables affecting nature of supportive work possible -- Supplementary notes on field work: Aboriginal/white interactions Illustrations: Conflicting priorities parents responses to pre-school program -- Questionnarie to schools
Control code
M0064001
Dimensions
30 cm.
Extent
viii, 276 p.
Immediate source of acquisition
Copy 4 - donation from Tom Austen Brown collection
Other physical details
ill.
Stock number
9309 ; 9310 ; 13017
System control number
0088825

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