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Title: Supporting Home-School Partnerships during Stage 6 in the New England Region
Contributor(s): McCrohon, Katherine (author); Graham, Lorraine (supervisor)
Conferred Date: 2013
Copyright Date: 2012
Open Access: Yes
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Abstract: Stage 6, Year 11 and 12, are the last two years of secondary school in New South Wales. It is a challenging time for students and for those who live with them. This project and its associated program 'Senior Success' is designed to facilitate a strong home-school partnership, a partnership which can scaffold a young person as they complete their school education and take their first steps into the world beyond. This project is about a three way partnership Home-School-Student. It is about valuing the equal communication of information to all stakeholders and facilitating a scaffolding of the student which recognises and values the contribution of home and the emerging adult student to successful school completion. This project focusses upon effective communication of the expectations of Stage 6; the challenges of Stage 6 and strategies to maximise academic and social outcomes.
Publication Type: Thesis Professional Doctorate
Field of Research Codes: 130105 Primary Education (excl Maori)
Socio-Economic Outcome Codes: 930402 School/Institution Community and Environment
Rights Statement: Copyright 2012 - Katherine McCrohon
HERDC Category Description: T3 Thesis - Other
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