Using Theories of Awareness to Strengthen Phenomenographic Analysis: An Example of Process

By Lois Irvin.

Published by The Learner Collection

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This paper reports the analysis of data from a phenomenographic study of Central Queensland secondary English teachers’ conceptions of student engagement in learning.

Keywords: Phenomenography, Awareness, Engagement

International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 4, pp.285-292. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 841.970KB).

Ms Lois Irvin

Lois Irvin is a 3rd year PhD student at Central Queensland University under the supervision of Dr. Colin Lankshear and Professor Richard Smith. Her undergraduate training was completed at the University of Arizona where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education and a Bachelor of Arts of Literature and Composition with Honours. Professionally, she has taught high school and middle school English, History and Social Science in both Australia and the United States. Her current research interests include engagement, teaching, learning, literacy and policy implementation.


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