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Papers from 2017

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Teachers’ response to a new mandatory professional development process: does it make a difference?, John Baker, Marilyn Chaseling, Bill Boyd, and Bradley Shipway

2017 Professional Development in Education.

Educational approaches for students experiencing learning difficulties, Anne Bellert and Loraine Graham

2017 From the laboratory to the classroom: translating science of learning for teachers 229-250.

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Early childhood education in Vietnam: history and evaluation of its policies, Wendy Boyd and Thao Dang Phuong

2017 Early childhood education policies in asia pacific: advances in theory and pratice 263-283.

Linking learning: developing cross-sector policies for transitions to school, Tess Boyle and Susan Grieshaber

2017 Life in schools and classrooms: past, present and future 369-384.

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Linking learning: developing cross-sector policies for transitions to school, Tess Boyle and Susan Grieshaber

2017 Life in schools and classrooms: past, present and future 369-384.

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Understanding gaps in research networks: using "spatial reasoning" as a window into the importance of networked educational research, Catherine D. Bruce, Brent Davis, Nathalie Sinclair, Lynn McGarvey, David Hallowell, Michelle Drefs, Krista Francis, Zachary Hawes, Joan Moss, Joanne Mulligan, Yukari Okamoto, Walter Whiteley, and Geoff Woolcott

2017 Educational Studies in Mathematics 95:2 143-161.

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Moments of (aha!) walking and encounter: fluid intersections with place, Geraldine Burke, Alexandra Lasczik Cutcher, Corinna Peterken, and Miriam Potts

2017 International Journal of Education Through Art 13:1 111-122.

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How learning designs, teaching methods and activities differ by discipline in Australian universities, Leanne Cameron

2017 Journal of Learning Design 10:2 69-84.

Using generic templates to promote the use of high quality learning designs in higher education, Leanne Cameron

2017 Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice 5:3 12-22.

Adult decisions on students' play within primary school playgrounds, Barbara Chancellor and Brendon Hyndman

2017 Contemporary school playground strategies for healthy students 37-55.

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Uplifting leadership for real school improvement - The North Coast Initiative for School Improvement: an Australian telling of a Canadian story, Marilyn Chaseling, Bill E. Boyd, Robert Smith, Wendy Boyd, Bradley Shipway, Christos Markopoulos, Alan Foster, and Cathy Lembke

2017 Alberta Journal of Educational Research 63:2 160-174.

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Using cognitive load theory to structure computer-based learning including MOOCs, O Chen, Geoff Woolcott, and J Sweller

2017 Journal of Computer Assisted Learning 33:4 293-305.

Teaching for strong sustainability in university tourism courses, Debbie Cotterell, Charles Arcordia, and Jo-Anne Ferreira

2017 Handbook of teaching and learning in tourism 373-388.

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Children as artists: the preschool as a community of creative practice, Alexandra Cutcher and Wendy Boyd

2017 Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy 13:1 53-17.

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Creating change for sustainability in universities in Australia, one system at a time, J Davis and Jo-Anne Ferreira

2017 Handbook of theory and practice of sustainable development in higher education 217-230.

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Unpacking the effective school leader, Tina Doe, Paul Fradale, David Lynch, Shane Mason, Cathy Quinn, and Ken Sell

2017 International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change 3:1 39-54.

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Backyard perspectives: considering a biogeographical, sociocultural and socioecological framing of environmental education in Australasia and Asia, Chris Eames and Amy Cutter-Mackenzie

2017 Japanese Journal of Environmental Education 26:4 65-70.

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Finding the balance: a play-framework for play-based learning and intentional teaching in early childhood education, S Edward, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie, Deborah Moore, and Wendy Boyd

2017 Every Child 23:1 14-15.

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Approaches to embedding sustainability in teacher education: A synthesis of the literature, Neus Evans, Robert B. Stevenson, Michelle Lasen, Jo-Anne Ferreira, and Julie Davis

2017 Teaching and Teacher Education 63 405-417.

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‘You actually feel like you’re actually doing some science’: primary students’ perspectives of their involvement in the MyScience initiative, Anne Forbes and Keith Skamp

2017 Research in Science Education.

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Multidisciplinary perspectives on a video case of children designing and coding for robotics, Krista Francis, Cathy Bruce, Brent Davis, Michelle Drefs, David Hallowell, Zachary Hawes, Lynn McGarvey, Joan Moss, Joanne Mulligan, Yukari Okamoto, Nathalie Sinclair, Walter Whiteley, and Geoff Woolcott

2017 Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education.

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Why is there so little critical physical education scholarship in the United States? The case of Fitnessgram, Michael Gard and Carolyn Pluim

2017 Sport, Education and Society 22:5 602-617.

Sustainability, Brian Hoepper, Rob Gilbert, and Amy Cutter-Mackenzie

2017 Teaching Humanities and Social Sciences: History, Geography, Economics & Citizenship in the Australian Curriculum 428-457.

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Mentoring preservice teachers: identifying tensions and possible resolutions, Peter Hudson and Suzanne Hudson

2017 Teacher Development.

Evaluating the translatability and feasibility of school playground strategies, Brendon Hyndman

2017 930400 157-164.

Individual influences on students within school playgrounds, Brendon Hyndman

2017 Contemporary school playground strategies for healthy students 57-65.

Measurement of students’ playground activity levels, Brendon Hyndman

2017 Contemporary school playground strategies for healthy students 93-106.

Physical environmental influences on students within school playgrounds, Brendon Hyndman

2017 Contemporary school playground strategies for healthy students 75-83.

Policy influences on students within school playgrounds, Brendon Hyndman

2017 Contemporary school playground strategies for healthy students 85-91.

Recommendations for future school playground strategy research, Brendon Hyndman

2017 Contemporary school playground strategies for healthy students 165-169.

School playgrounds as a place of learning, Brendon Hyndman

2017 Contemporary school playground strategies for healthy students 13-22.

School playground strategies to promote structured activities, Brendon Hyndman

2017 Contemporary school playground strategies for healthy students 141-148.

School playground strategies to promote unstructured activities, Brendon Hyndman

2017 Contemporary school playground strategies for healthy students 149-156.

Social environmental influences on students within school playgrounds, Brendon Hyndman

2017 Contemporary school playground strategies for healthy students 67-74.

Students’ enjoyment of school playground activities, Brendon Hyndman

2017 Contemporary school playground strategies for healthy students 125-139.

The importance of school playgrounds for active, healthy students, Brendon Hyndman

2017 Contemporary school playground strategies for healthy students 1-12.

The state of playgrounds in Australian schools, Brendon Hyndman

2017 Contemporary school playground strategies for healthy students 23-36.

What students want and need within school playgrounds for safety and play freedom, Brendon Hyndman

2017 Contemporary school playground strategies for healthy students 117-124.

What students want within school playgrounds to be active and healthy, Brendon Hyndman

2017 Contemporary school playground strategies for healthy students 107-116.

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Are secondary school environments conducive for active play opportunities? An objective assessment across Australian secondary school playgrounds, Brendon Hyndman and Barbara Chancellor

2017 International Journal of Play.

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A simulation pedagogical approach to engaging generalist pre-service teachers in physical education online: the GoPro Trial 1.0, Brendon P. Hyndman

2017 Australian Journal of Teacher Education 42:1 84-102.

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Perceived social-ecological barriers of generalist pre-service teachers towards teaching physical education: findings from the GET-PE study, Brendon P. Hyndman

2017 Australian Journal of Teacher Education 42:7 26-46.

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What’s in a concept? A Leximancer text mining analysis of physical literacy across the international literature, Brendon Hyndman and Shane Pill

2017 European Physical Education Review.

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The curriculum analysis of senior education in physical education (CASE-PE) study, Brendon P. Hyndman and Shane Pill

2017 Curriculum Perspectives 37:2 147-160.

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The role of parents in university choice: evidence from Vietnam, Luna Iacopini and Martin Hayden

2017 The Asia-Pacific Education Researcher 26:3-4 147-154.

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Teaching in Australia: Chinese university teachers talk about how they found teaching jobs in Australia, Lu Jiang and Richard Smith

2017 International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change 3:1 26-38.

Just another student survey? – Point-of-contact survey feedback enhances the student experience and lets researchers gather data, Warren Lake, Bill Boyd, Wendy Boyd, and Suzi Hellmundt

2017 Australian Journal of Adult Learning 57:1 82-104.

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Applying an alternative mathematics pedagogy for students with weak mathematics: meta-analysis of alternative pedagogies, Warren Lake, Margie Wallin, Geoff Woolcott, Wendy Boyd, Alan Foster, Christos Markopoulos, and Bill E. Boyd

2017 International Journal of Mathematical Education in Science and Technology 48:2 215-228.

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Title: learning styles terminology: what is the researcher talking about?, Warren W. Lake, William E. Boyd, and Wendy Boyd

2017 International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 11:2.

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Walkings-through paint: A c/a/r/tography of slow scholarship, Alexandra Lasczik Cutcher and Rita L. Irwin

2017 Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy.

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The correlation between ‘Teacher Readiness’ and student learning improvement, David Lynch, Richard Smith, Steve Provost, Tony Yeigh, and David Turner

2017 International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change 3:1 1-12.

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‘There must be consequences’: the impact of misaligned behaviour management perspectives in remote Indigenous education, Ian Mackie, Gary MacLennan, and Brad Shipway

2017 Journal of Critical Realism 16:3 303-314.

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Building the future school, Jake Madden

2017 International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change 3:1 87-96.

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Monkey bars, noodles and hay bales: a comparative analysis of social interaction in two school ground contexts, Linda Mahony, Brendon P. Hyndman, Georgina Nutton, Sue Smith, and Aue Te Ava

2017 International Journal of Play 6:2 166-167.

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Citizen science as a means for increasing public engagement in science: presumption or possibility?, Victoria Y. Martin

2017 Science Communication 39:2 142-168.

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‘Doing the right thing’: how social science can help foster pro-environmental behaviour change in marine protected areas, Victoria Y. Martin, Betty Weiler, Arianne Reis, Kay Dimmock, and Pascal Scherrer

2017 Marine Policy 81 236-246.

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The invisible hand: designing curriculum in the afterward, Lucinda McKnight, David Rousell, Jennifer Charteris, Kat Thomas, and Geraldine Burke

2017 International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education.

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Connecting mathematics learning through spatial reasoning, Joanne Mulligan, Geoff Woolcott, Michael Mitchelmore, and Brent Davis

2017 Mathematics Education Research Journal.

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Novel research approaches to gauge teacher familiarity with game-based teaching in physical education: an exploratory #Twitter analysis, Shane Pill, Stephen Harvey, and Brendon P. Hyndman

2017 Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education.

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GC-MS method validation and levels of methyl eugenol in a diverse range of tea tree (Melaleuca alternifolia) oils, Carolyn A. Raymond, Noel W. Davies, and Tony Larkman

2017 Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry 409:7 1779-1787.

Mapping the data event: a posthumanist approach to art education research in a regional university, David Rousell

2017 Arts, research, education: connections and directions.

Positive youth development, Tania M. Schusler, Jacqueline Davis-Manigaulte, and Amy Cutter-Mackenzie

2017 Urban Environmental Education Review 165-174.

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Sustainability of collaborative networks in higher education research projects: why complexity? Why now?, Amanda Scott, Geoff Woolcott, Robyn L. Keast, and Daniel Chamberlain

2017 Public Management Review.

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Renewable and nuclear energy: an international study of students’ beliefs about, and willingness to act, in relation to two energy production scenarios, Keith Skamp, Eddie Boyes, Martin Stanisstreet, Manuel Rodiguez, Georgios Malandrakis, Roseanne Fortner, Ahmet Kilinc, Neil Taylor, Kiran Chhokar, Shweta Dua, Abdullah Ambusaidi, Irene Cheong, Mijung Kim, and Hye-Gyoung Yoon

2017 Research in Science Education.

Indigenous tutorial assistance scheme: tertiary tuition and beyond: transitioning with strengths and promoting opportunities, Judith Wilks, Ellen Radnidge Fleeton, and Katie Wilson

2017 Australian Universities Review 59:1 14-23.

Promoting engagement and success at university through strengthening the online learning of Indigenous students living and studying in remote communities, Judith Wilks, Katie Wilson, and Stephen Kinnane

2017 Indigenous pathways, transitions and participation in higher education: from policy to practice 211-233.

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Modelling success networks to improve the quality of undergraduate education, Geoff Woolcott, Robyn L. Keast, Daniel Chamberlain, and Ben Farr-Wharton

2017 Quality in Higher Education.

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Enhancing science and mathematics teacher education: evaluating an enhancement module for science pre-service teachers, Geoff Woolcott, Robert Whannell, Linda Pfeiffer, Tony Yeigh, James Donelly, and Amanda Scott

2017 International Journal of Learning and Change 9:2 131-144.

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Enhancing science and mathematics teacher education: evaluating an enhancement module for science pre-service teachers, Geoff Woolcott, Robert Whannell, Linda Pfeiffer, Tony Yeigh, James Donnelly, and Amanda Scott

2017 International Journal of Learning and Change 9:2 131-144.

Papers from 2016

Education for wicked problems and the reconciliation of opposites: a theory of bi-relational development, Raoul J. Adam

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Perspectives from emerging researchers: what next in EE/SE research?, Claudio Aguayo, Blanche Higgins, Ellen Field, Jennifer Nicholls, Susan Pudin, Sangion Appiee Tiu, Maia Osborn, Farshad Hashemzadeh, Kevin Kezabu Lubuulwa, Mark Boulet, Belinda A. Christie, and Jeremy Mah

2016 Australian Journal of Environmental Education 32:1 17-29.

Are the T and E dimensions being recognised in the Australian STEM education discourse?, J Barlow and David Ellis

2016 9th Biennial International Conference on Technology Education Research: creating contexts for teaching and learning in Technology Education.

Introduction, Wendy Boyd

2016 Understanding early childhood education and care in Australia: practices and perspectives.

Playing cool: the sustainable cool cubby, Wendy Boyd

2016 Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 41:3 29-37.

Understanding babies: promoting young children's learning and development, Wendy Boyd

2016 Understanding early childhood education and care in Australia: practices and perspectives.

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Working it out: balancing work and care after the birth of a first child, Wendy Boyd, Prudence M. Millear, Karen L. Thorpe, and Sue Walker

2016 Exploring resources, life-balance and well-being of women who work in a global context 145-159.

How are Gold Coast kids faring? Early literacy and language development research project: Gold Coast services and programs, Wendy Boyd, Alison Moss, Anne Graham, Karen Hawkins, Tess Boyle, Jubilee Smith, and Amy Cutter-Mackenzie

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Christians first. The politics of inclusion, inter-religious literacy and Christian privilege: comparing Australian and English education, Cathy J. Byrne

2016 Boundaries of religious freedom: regulating religion in diverse societies.

Scaffolding learning through the use of virtual worlds, Chris Campbell and Leanne Cameron

2016 Learning in virtual worlds: research and publications 241-260.

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Collaborative inquiry driving leadership growth and school improvement, Marilyn J. Chaseling, R Smith, Wendy Boyd, Alan Foster, William E. Boyd, Christos Markopoulos, Brad Shipway, and Cathy Lembke

2016 Creative Education 7:2 244-253.

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Relations between the worked example and generation effects on immediate and delayed tests, Ouhao Chen, Slava Kalyuga, and John Sweller

2016 Learning and Instruction 45 20-30.

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When instructional guidance is needed, Ouhao Chen, Slava Kalyuga, and John Sweller

2016 The Educational and Developmental Psychologist 33:2 149-162.

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Enrolled nurses entering undergraduate studies at second year to become registered nurses – a mixed methods study on commencing perceptions of bioscience, Judy A. Craft, Peter B. Hudson, Mark B. Plenderleith, and Christopher J. Gordon

2016 Collegian.

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Registered nurses’ reflections on bioscience courses during the undergraduate nursing program: An exploratory study, Judy A. Craft, Peter B. Hudson, Mark B. Plenderleith, and Christopher J. Gordon

2016 Journal of Clinical Nursing.

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Preschool children, painting and palimpsest: collaboration as pedagogy, practice and learning, Alexandra Cutcher and Wendy Boyd

2016 The International Journal of Art and Design Education.

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One must also be an artist: online delivery of teacher education, Alexandra Cutcher and Peter Cook

2016 International Journal of Education and the Arts 17:13.

Disruptive childhoodnature research methodologies in changing climates and curriculums, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie and David Rousell

2016 2016 AERA annual meeting: public scholarship to educate diverse democracies.

The Larnaca Declaration on Learning Design – 2013, James Dalziel, Grainne Conole, Sandra Wills, Simon Walker, Sue Bennett, Eva Dobozy, Leanne Cameron, Emil Badilescu-Buga, and Matt Bower

2016 Learning design: conceptualizing a framework for teaching and learning online 1-41.

Learning design: where do we go from here?, James Dalziel, Sandra Wills, Grainne Conole, Simon Walker, Sue Bennett, Eva Dobozy, Leanne Cameron, Emil Badilescu-Buga, Matt Bower, and Chris Pegler

2016 Learning design: conceptualizing a framework for teaching and learning online 256-262.

Standing up to be counted: data quality challenges in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander higher education statistics, Neil Drew, Judith Wilks, Katie Wilson, and Gillian Kennedy

2016 Australian Aboriginal Studies 2016:2 104-120.

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Young children learning about well-being and environmental education in the early years: a funds of knowledge approach, Susan Edwards, Helen Skouteris, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie, Leonie Rutherford, Mandy O'Conner, Ana Mantilla, Heather Morris, and Sue Elliott

2016 Early Years: An International Research Journal 36:1 33-50.

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Embedding Efs in teacher education through a multi-level systems approach: lessons from Queensland, Neus Evans, Jo-Anne Ferreira, Robert B. Stevenson, and Julie Davis

2016 Australian Journal of Environmental Education 32:1 65-79.

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E-commerce products under the World Trade Organization agreements: goods, services, both or neither?, Farrokh Farrokhnia and Cameron Richards

2016 Journal of World Trade 50:5 793-818.

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Secondary science teachers’ and students’ involvement in a primary school community of science practice: how it changed their practices and interest in science, Anne Forbes and Keith R. Skamp

2016 Research in Science Education 46:1 91-112.

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Media, digital technology and learning in sport: a critical response to Hodkinson, Biesta and James, Michael Gard and Eimear Enright

2016 Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy 21:1 40-54.

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Introduction: key issues on women who work, Roxanne L. Gervais and Prudence M. Millear

2016 Exploring resources, life-balance and well-being of women who work in a global context 3-14.

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Final year Australian nursing students' experiences with bioscience: A cross-sectional survey, Christopher J. Gordon, Peter B. Hudson, Mark B. Plenderleith, Murray Fisher, and Judy Craft

2016 Nursing And Health Sciences.

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Reframing ‘well-being’ in schools: the potential of recognition, Anne Graham, Mary Ann Powell, Nigel Thomas, and Donnah Anderson

2016 Cambridge Journal of Education.

The adoption of mobile game applications as sustainable social and behavioral change, Hanif Haghshenas and Cameron Richards

2016 Competition Forum 14:7 108-118.

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The experience is in the journey: an appreciative case-study investigating early career teachers' employment in rural schools, Sarah Hazel and Faye McCallum

2016 Australian & International Journal of Rural Education 26:2 19-33.