Young People Re-engaging with Learning: Issues of Identity and Pedagogy
This paper reports on the preliminary analysis of interview data seeking to explore the views of disaffected young people about their learning experiences at school and in their current program.
||Disaffected Young People, Re-engagement with Learning, Identity
The International Journal of Learning, Volume 13, Issue 10, pp.175-182.
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Member of the Access & Equity research program in the Centre for Learning Research, Griffith University. She is the former Director of the Queensland Centre of the Adult Literacy and Numeracy Australian Research Consortium (ALNARC). Current research projects include issues surrounding ‘at risk’ young people and learning, and the initial assessment of adult offenders on remand and on entering correctional centres. Other research interests include adult and workplace literacy, the history of adult literacy, social and e-literacies, flexible delivery and academic literacies.
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