Reciprocated Learning with “At Risk” Students

By Derek Bland and Bill Atweh.

Published by The Learner Collection

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A consideration of the learnings for "at-risk" students, thier schools and project facilitators from a "students-as-researchers" project.

Keywords: At-risk Students, Students as Researchers, School Reform

International Journal of Learning, Volume 12, Issue 9, pp.223-230. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 800.388KB).

Mr Derek Bland

Derek Bland has been a secondary school teacher but has spent the majority of his education career developing and implementing programs related to socio-economic disadvantage. After a number of years as a regional coordinator of the Disadvantaged Schools Program in Victoria, Derek took up the challenge of establishing a university access and support program at Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane. Derek led this highly successful program for ten years before deciding to take up full-time studies. He is now approaching the third year of his PhD project which is focused on "at-risk" high school students in a "students-as-researchers" program.

Dr Bill Atweh

Bill Atweh is a senior lecturer in mathematics education at the Queensland University of Technology - Australia. His main research interests are in the areas of social context of mathematics education, including gender and class, the use of action research and, more generally, social justice issues in education. He is the current Vice President (Publications) for the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. He is the co-editor of Action Research in Practice: Partnerships for social justice in education (1998, Routledge), Research and Supervision in mathematics and science education (1998, Erlbaum), and Sociocultural research on mathematics education: An international perspective (2001, Erlbaum).


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