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Teacher competency in pattern-drafting lessons in senior high schools. Modelling Ghanaian student's entrepreneurship intentions: Home Economics Education intervention? Married to property? Housing price and family formation revisited. Home Economics Baby Boomer professors in retirement: inaugural study.

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Importance of Home Economics compared to other secondary school subjects: Australian parents' and young adults' views. A Healthy Start: Development of nutrition education for newly resettled immigrants and refugees living in Norway.

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    How can Home Economics eduction promote activism for social and ecological justice? Adapting to change: Building learning spaces in a culturally responsive manner. Teaching sustainable food consumption in Swedish Home Economics: A case study. Learning about ethical fashion in Home Economics classes: Experiences, lectures, and information technology as tools for consumer education. Teacher as a researcher: Developing your own teaching. A study of Japanese lesson in Home Economics. Authors Iris M. Abstract Colleges, universities, and many high schools are expressing their mission in terms of creating social change or contributing to the common good.

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    State and territory curriculum authorities will also continue to set requirements for their jurisdictions. ACARA and the previous Federal Education Minister Christopher Pyne indicated that the changes introduced on 18 September were designed to reduce content particularly in the primary years , simplify presentation and strengthen the focus on literacy. These changes were the result of a review conducted by Professor Ken Wiltshire and Dr Kevin Donnelly, who delivered more than 30 recommendations for changes to the curriculum. IEUA-QNT Branch Secretary Terry Burke said our union did not take similar action because non-government schools have shown extraordinary diversity in the manner in which they have implemented the new curriculum.

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    The process of determining how the national curriculum will be translated into practice in Queensland schools is a topic currently under review by the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority QCAA.