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Publications:
Quality Lesson Planning and Quality Delivery: Do they Relate?

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Examining the Quality of Practical Learning in Secondary School Technical and Vocational Education Curriculum in Solomon Islands

This article examines the quality of practical learning in the secondary school technical and vocational education curriculum in Solomon Islands.

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The Relations between Personal Epistemology and Learning Approaches in Sociocultural Contexts: A Theoretical Conceptualization

This presentation examines the relations between learning approaches and personal epistemology in sociocultural contexts.Our conceptualization provides a premise for further research investigation into this area of inquiry.

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Determinants of Quality Learning in Rural Community High Schools in Solomon Islands

This article examines the nature of rural education with particular reference to how well rural Solomon Islands is faring in terms of quality education ideals.

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Facilitating Students' Learning and Performance Outcome in Literacy: Capitalizing on Personal Self-efficacy Theory

This review explores the tenets of self-efficacy and how this non-cognitive psychological construct may provide directions for applied practices and continuing research development in the contexts of elementary school learning.

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Enhancement of Quality Learning: Capitalizing on the Student Approaches to Learning Framework

Quality learning is a major objective for educators. The student approaches to learning (SAL) framework, arising from Marton and Säljö's (1976) work, has been used to explain students’ positive behaviors.

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Introducing the Concept of Optimized Functioning in Academic Contexts

Recently, we introduced a new concept for research development, titled optimized functioning, a reconceptualization of the notion of optimization (Fraillon, 2004).

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Published online: June 4, 2015

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Incorporating the Concept of Optimization in Education: Considerations for Implementation

We explore the importance of optimization from a theoretical perspective – for example: what constitutes optimization, and the development of educational-social programs that could enhance optimization.

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Published online: November 20, 2015

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Social and Psychological Adjustment from a Positive Perspective: Consideration of the Concept of Optimal Achievement Best

Optimal best is of significance for its emphasis on the striving of successful outcomes that reflects an individual’s fullest capacity. Its characteristics indicate a positive, non-deficit positioning regarding human behavior.

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Published online: May 6, 2016

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