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Remaking schooling through open-plan settings: some conclusions and the future

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posted on 2015-01-01, 00:00 authored by Vaughan PrainVaughan Prain, P Cox, C Deed, D Edwards, C Farrelly, M Keeffe, V Lovejoy, L Mow, P Sellings, B Waldrip
In assessing a major educational reform of the kind enacted in the BEP, many questions are raised, requiring comprehensive, evidence-based answers. Was the original Plan well-conceptualised and effectively enacted to meet the needs of these twenty-first century learners? What are the short-term and long-term effects of this major reorganisation of schooling? What are the gains and losses (if any) of this approach? To what extent were initial goals achieved, and enacted strategies effective, and why? How sustainable are the emerging signs of positive changes to student academic attainment and wellbeing? What are lessons for like contexts and future schooling? Elsewhere (Prain et al., 2014), we have sought to answer some of these questions around BEP goals, implementation strategies, and outcomes, including key enablers and constraints.

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Chapter number

12

Pagination

221-230

ISBN-13

9789463001915

Language

eng

Publication classification

B Book chapter, B1.1 Book chapter

Copyright notice

2015, Sense Publishers

Extent

13

Editor/Contributor(s)

Prain V, Cox P, Deed C, Edwards D, Farrelly C, Keeffe M, Lovejoy V, Mow L, Sellings P, Waldrip B

Publisher

Sense Publishers

Place of publication

Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Title of book

Personalising learning in open-plan schools

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