Papers from 2013


Belonging and connection of school students with disability, Sally Robinson and Julia Truscott


Beliefs and willingness to act about global warming: where to focus science pedagogy?, Keith R. Skamp, Eddie Boyes, and Martin Stanisstreet

A theoretical framework for childhood, Anne B. Smith

Understanding children and childhood, Anne B. Smith

Improving the quality of teaching: teacher preparation reformed, Richard Smith and David Lynch


Review of The agency of children: from family to global human rights and Childhoods real and imagined, volume 1: an introduction to critical realism and childhood studies, Nigel Thomas

Technology, teaching practice and innovation: a case study into technology teaching, Angela Turner and Kurt Seemann

Orienting preservice teachers towards gifted education: school-university partnerships, J J. Watters, Suzanne Hudson, and Peter Hudson

Prioritising children and young people's social and emotional wellbeing during and after climate-related extreme events, Nadine E. White, Anne Graham, K Valentine, and M Phillips

Wellbeing policy for a 'wicked' problem: addressing vulnerability and exposure of children re-and post-climate related disasters, Nadine White, Anne Graham, and K Valentine


Second life, first experiences: using virtual worlds in teacher education, Judith L. Wilks and Lisa Jacka

A voice for children and young people in the city, Judith L. Wilks and Julie Rudner


Research with Indigenous children and young people in schools: ethical and methodological considerations, Katie Wilson and Judith L. Wilks


Giftedness and cultural accumulation: an information processing perspective, Geoff Woolcott


Mathematics networks and curriculum concepts, Geoff Woolcott


Merging cognitive psychology and integrative biology: what does this offer modern education?, Geoff Woolcott

The place of the natural sciences in the modern curriculum: the view from modern science, Geoff Woolcott

Towards a scientific evaluation of learning effectiveness, Geoff Woolcott

Cognitive load: theory in search of a thought process, Tony Yeigh


Knowledgeable learning and conceptual change: value adding to teacher training, Tony Yeigh

Dealing with teacher education, Tony Yeigh and David Lynch

Papers from 2012

Environmental education reforms in India: teacher educators’ experiences, issues, and the policy-practice gap, S Almeida and Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie

Children as active researchers: the potential of environmental education research involving children, Elizabeth Barratt-Hacking, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie, and Robert Barratt

Maternal employment and childcare in Australia: achievements and barriers to satisfying employment, Wendy Boyd

Language development for pre-schoolers, Wendy A. Boyd


'Friday is my research day': chance, time and desire in the search for the teaching-research nexus in the life of a university teacher, William E. Boyd, Meg O'Reilly, Karyn Rendall, Stephen Rowe, Erica Wilson, Kay Dimmock, Wendy Boyd, Elaine Nuske, Johan Richard Edelheim, Daniel J. Bucher, and Kath Fisher

iPads: instant access and engagement for students with disabilities, Sharon Brennan, Liz Watts, and Renata Phelps

Preservice teachers teaching technology with robotics, Christina Chalmers, Vinesh Chandra, Suzanne Hudson, and Peter Hudson

Art for the Children’s sake: using the Arts in your school for learning and wellbeing, Alexandra Cutcher

Creating our next creative steps in research: getting published in the Australian Journal of Environmental Education, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie

Engaging young people in environment, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie


The serious work of learning and sustainability in the early years, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie, Susan Edwards, and Helan Widdop-Quinton

Teaching teachers through school-community pedagogies, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie and Marianne R. Logan

Listening to children’s voices: teaching/learning environment through children’s literature, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie and Adam Surmacz


'It's all about Ben10(TM)': children's play, health and sustainability decisions in the early years, S Edwards, H Skouteris, L Rutherford, and Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie

Beyond “killing, screaming and being scared of insects”: learning and teaching about biodiversity in early childhood education, Suzy Edwards, Deb Moore, and Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie


Identifying quality with pre-service technology educators: a different perspective on assessment, David Ellis

Procedural skills and Sketch-Up: an example of how drawing skills can be taught over a distance, David Ellis


Supporting young people's health and safety: perspectives on drugs, alcohol and sexual health, Michael Gard

Dance and social inclusion: possibilities and challenges, Michael Gard and Doug Risner

From herb garden to wiki: responding to change in naturopathic education through scholarly reflection, Airdre F. Grant and Meg O'Reilly

Sustaining the future through virtual worlds, Sue Gregory, Lisa Jacka, Frederick Stokes-Thompson, Helen Farley, Sheila Scutter, Penelope Neuendorf, Shane Mathews, Jaime Garcia, Grant Meredith, Scott Grant, Angela Giovanangeli, Andrew Cram, Tracey Muir, Jenny Grenfell, Anthony Williams, Angela McCarthy, Brent Gregory, Stefan Schutt, Denise Wood, Lindy Orwin, Ian Warren, Matt Bower, Des Butler, Jay Jay Jegathesan, Eimear Muir-Cochran, Clare Atkins, Karen Le Rossignol, Dale Linegar, Ben Cleland, Lyn Hay, Simeon Simoff, Mathew Hillier, David Ellis, Yvonne Masters, Ieva Stupans, Caroline Steel, Charlynn Miller, Merle Hearns, Ross Brown, Kim Flintoff, Belma Gaukrodger, Ian Larson, Xiangyu Wang, Edith Paillat, Ning Gu, and Anton Bogdanovych


Eco-logical education for the long emergency, Gary P. Hampson

Examining preservice teachers’ school-based experiences in the Teacher Education Done Differently (TEDD) project, Peter Hudson and Suzanne Hudson

How can Australia sustain middle school education?, Suzanne Hudson and Peter Hudson

Teacher education done differently (TEDD): changing the experiences in teacher education to promote links between theory and practice, Suzanne Hudson, Peter Hudson, and Michelle Murray

What about the firewall? creating virtual worlds in a public primary school using 'Sim-on-a-Stick', Lisa Jacka and K Booth

Pre-service teachers designing virtual world learning environments, Lisa Jacka and Kate Booth


What about the firewall? Creating virtual worlds in a public primary school using Sim-on-a-Stick, Lisa Jacka and Kate Booth

The architecture of learning spaces: designing in a virtual world for pre-service teacher education, Lisa Jacka and Allan Ellis


Facilitating creativity in pre-service teacher education courses through their engagement in virtual worlds, Lisa Jacka, Marianne R. Logan, and Allan Ellis

Australian contexts for literacy teaching, Jenny L. Johnston

Critical literacy, Jenny L. Johnston

Introduction, Jenny L. Johnston


"I probably shrug my shoulders and say, 'Oh, again?'" Educational change initiatives: the impact on teachers, Jenny L. Johnston

Literacy assessment, Jenny L. Johnston


Using identity as a tool for investigation: a methodological option in the researcher's toolbox, Jenny L. Johnston

Research and researching in literacy education, Jenny L. Johnston and Brenda Pobjoy

Resilience building using art therapy with adolescents in Australia, Joanne Kelly

Assembling a health [y] subject, Deana Leahy

Science as a human endeavour: teachers’ understanding relating to the implementation of this element into primary and secondary classrooms, Marianne R. Logan

Lectures via video-conference in higher education: how does this mode of delivery impact on student engagement with their learning?, Marianne R. Logan, Rebecca Deagan, and Airdre Grant

Lectures via video-conference in higher education: how does this mode of delivery impact on student engagement with their learning?, Marianne R. Logan, Rebecca Deagan, and Airdre Grant

Future capability of education to embrace the knowledge economy, David Lynch and Rebecca Deagan

Preparing teachers in times of change: teaching school, standards, new content and evidence, David E. Lynch

Assessing and reporting the classroom curriculum in the knowledge age, David Lynch and Richard Smith

A study of innovation in teacher education, David Lynch and Richard Smith


Teacher education partnerships: an Australian research-based perspective, David Lynch and Richard Smith

Teachers, teaching and education reform: breaking the intransigence of the sector, David Lynch and Richard Smith

The challenge of change in education, David Lynch, Richard Smith, and David Turner

School improvement: innovation for the future, Jake Madden

The school improvement challenge: how the principal can harness teacher leadership to improve student learning, Jake Madden

Journeying together: understanding the process of teacher change and the impacts on student learning, Jake Madden, Judith L. Wilks, Maria Maione, Naomi Loader, and Ngaire Robinson

Using an empowerment evaluation approach with community-based programs, Sallie Newell and Anne Graham


Supporting students' classroom behaviour: an evaluation of microskills training & observation process, Sallie Newell and Tony Yeigh

A letter from Australia – the potential of a ‘wraparound’ approach to reducing juvenile offending in New South Wales, Ian A. Nisbet, Anne Graham, and Sallie Newell


Exploring teacher professional development through the lens of Complexity Theory: the technology together story, Renata Phelps and Anne Graham


But how do we learn? talking to Vietnamese children about how they learn in and out of school, Renata Phelps, Nhung Ha Thi Tuyet, Anne Graham, and Richard Geeves


Primary school teachers' use of digital resources with interactive whiteboards: the Australian context, Renata Phelps, Damian Maher, Nikkita Urane, and Mal Lee

Evaluation of the self directed support pilot for children and young adults with a physical disability: final report, Sally Robinson, Sandra Gendera, Karen R. Fisher, Natalie Clements, Christine Eastman, and Ioana Opera

Whisper down the line: creating new spaces for reflection and dialogue around learning journeys between students, teachers and parents, Michelle Scott and Judith Wilks

The green growth knowledge economy: implications for technology and design teachers, Kurt Seeman, Jason Newcombe, and Angela Turner

Our place in space, Keith R. Skamp


Teaching primary science: trial-teacher feedback on the implemenatation of Primary Connections and the 5E model, Keith R. Skamp


Implementation of science based on the 5E learning model: insights from teacher feedback on trial Primary Connections units, Keith R. Skamp and Shelley Peers

Teachers’ implementation of primary connections: insights from teacher feedback, Keith R. Skamp and Shelley Peers

Generating new knowledge in early childhood education: aligning contemporary health, wellbeing and sustainability issues with research into children's play, Helen Skouteris, Leonie Rutherford, Susan Edwards, and Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie


A good start for all children: the case for universal, accessible, high quality early childhood education, Anne B. Smith

Recognizing children as citizens: can this enhance solidarity?, Anne B. Smith

Contemporary mourning practices: sudden death in the modern world, Robert J. Smith

Food for thought: the hunger for satisfaction in a world of increasing choice, Robert J. Smith

New eyes on old forests: a reconsideration of early accounts of the north coast of New South Wales, Robert J. Smith

The ‘Highway Pie’ at a crossroads: a new juncture for Australian cultural tradition, Robert J. Smith

Food innovation and technacy genre theory: implications for teaching and learning, Angela Turner and Kurt Seeman

Clarifying food education toward innovation and design for the global green new deal, Angela Turner and Kurt W. Seeman

Food innovation and technacy genre theory: strategies for teaching and learning, Angela Turner and Kurt Seemann


Quality assurance and quality enhancement of the nursing curriculum – happy marriage or recipe for divorce?, Thea F. van de Mortel, Jennifer L. Bird, Julienne I. Holt, and Maree A. Walo

What your teacher librarian can do for you, Margie Wallin and Jann Small


iPadiCan: Trialling iPads to support primary and secondary students with disabilities, Liz Watts, Sharon Brennan, and Renata Phelps

Digital technology in the visual arts classroom: an [un]easy partnership, Judith L. Wilks, Alexandra Cutcher, and Susan Wilks