Valuing diversity in children's voice: a case study of children, stewardship and mapping care of special places in the Western Australian Community
Netherwood, K., Buchanan, J., Palmer, D., Stocker, L. and Down, B. (2009) Valuing diversity in children's voice: a case study of children, stewardship and mapping care of special places in the Western Australian Community. In: Lovat, T. and Toomey, R., (eds.) Values Education and Quality Teaching: The Double Helix Effect. Springer, New York, pp. 83-103.
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In 2005 and 2006 a group of five Western Australian independent schools embarked on a journey to explore not only their own values but also how to respect the values of others. Students from Lance Holt School in Fremantle, Strelley Community Schools in the Pilbara, Kerry Street Hamilton Hill, Moerlina School in Mt Claremont and Nyindamurra Family School in the southwest joined forces to form the Children and Place Mapping Group to examine how children value and in turn are sustained by their local places.
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