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Commencing with publications in the 1970s, the purpose of this paper is to review the historical writing about Australian and New Zealand teachers over the past 50 years.Design/methodology/approachThe paper incorporates men and women who led and taught in domestic spaces, per-school, primary, secondary and higher education. It is structured around publications in the ANZHES Journal and History of Education Review, and includes research published in other forums as appropriate. The literature review is selective rather than comprehensive.FindingsSince the 1980s, the history of New Zealand and Australian teachers has mostly focussed on women educators in an increasing array of contexts, and incorporated various theoretical perspectives over time.Originality/valueThe paper highlights key themes and identifies potential directions for research into Australian and New Zealand teachers.
History of Education Review – Emerald Publishing
Published: Nov 11, 2019
Keywords: Australian teachers; New Zealand teachers; Teachers lives and work
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