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Papers from 2015

Teachers investigating their teaching, Jake Madden, David Lynch, and Tina Doe

2015 Teacher researchers: creating the outstanding school 14-21.

Monkey bars, noodles and a car park: a comparative analysis of social interactions in three school ground contexts, L Mahony and Brendon Hyndman

2015 Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) Conference 2015.

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Pre-service teachers' 3D visualization strategies, Christos Markopoulos, Marilyn J. Chaseling, Koralia Petta, Warren Lake, and William E. Boyd

2015 Creative Education 6 1053-1059.

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The development of primary school students’ 3D geometrical thinking within a dynamic transformation context, Christos Markopoulos, Despina Potari, William E. Boyd, Koralia Petta, and Marilyn J. Chaseling

2015 Creative Education 6:14 1508-1522.

Leading and empowering lifelong wellbeing: well educators, well learners, well communities, Faye McCallum and Deborah Price

2015 Nurturing wellbeing development in education: from little things, big things grow 133-145.

Teacher wellbeing, Faye McCallum and Deborah Price

2015 Nurturing wellbeing development in education: from little things, big things grow 112-132.

Wellbeing for all, Faye McCallum and Deborah Price

2015 Nurturing wellbeing development in education: from little things, big things grow 22-39.

Wellbeing in education, Faye McCallum and Deborah Price

2015 Nurturing wellbeing development in education: from little things, big things grow 1-21.

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Higher education in the Lao People’s Democratic Republic: a profile and some contemporary challenges, Nanludet Moxom and Martin Hayden

2015 Asia Pacific World 6:1 63-75.

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What Lies beneath? the conceptual connectivity underpinning whole number arithmetic, Joanne Mulligan and Geoff Woolcott

2015 Conference Proceedings of ICM Study 23: Primary Mathematics Study on Whole Numbers 220-228.

Immersing university staff in professional learning, Meg O'Reilly, Allan Ellis, and Lisa Jacka

2015 Virtual worlds for online learning: cases and applications 99-110.

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Skills development: a review with reference to Southeast Asia, Jane Parry and Martin Hayden

2015 Journal of International and Comparative Education 4:2 67-78.

Vietnam's higher education system in transition: the struggle to achieve potential, Thi Ly Pham and Martin Hayden

2015 Asia: the next higher education superpower? 145-160.

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The governmentality of childhood obesity: Coca-Cola, public health and primary schools, Darren Powell and Michael Gard

2015 Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 36:6 854-867.

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Ecological influences on teachers’ well-being and “fitness”, Deborah Price and Faye McCallum

2015 Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education 43:3 195-209.

Progress report: evaluation of the National Disability Services SDF Community Inclusion Initiative, Sally Robinson, Danielle Notara, Kath Fisher, Anne Graham, and K Johnson

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Building belonging and connection for children with disability and their families: a co-designed research and community development project in a regional community, Sally Robinson and Dannielle Notara

2015 Community Development Journal 50:4 724-741.

Childhood after nature: walking and mapping posthumanist pathways for childhood in the Anthropocene, David Rousell

2015 Colloquium for the International Handbook of Childhood|Nature Research, 2015.

CubeWalk, installation, David Rousell

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End of Summer, David Rousell

2015 Coastlines 5: an anthology of creative writing from Southern Cross University.

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Surface accretions: prototyping posthumanist learning environments by walking and mapping an immersive cartography, David Rousell

2015 VI Conference on New Materialism: transversal practices: matter, ecology and relationality.

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The Cartographic Network: re-imagining university learning environments through the methodology of immersive cartography, David Rousell

2015 The UNESCO Observatory Multi-disciplinary Journal in the Arts 5:1 1-33.

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Pieces of the earth, David Rousell and Amy Cutter-Mackenzie

2015 Past Now Future.

The changes: art, writing and research by student researchers in the Climate Change and Me Project, David Rousell and Amy Cutter-Mackenzie

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Voices from the Anthropocene, David Rousell and Amy Cutter-Mackenzie

2015 Past Now Future.

Collectivities of practice: collaboration as posthumanist pedagogy in tertiary visual arts education, David Rousell and Fiona Fell

2015 Scholarship of Teaching Symposium.

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Creating cube nets by using educational tools in pre-school, Maria Angela Shiakalli, Konstantinos Zacharos, and Christos Markopoulos

2015 International Journal for Mathematics Teaching and Learning 1-24.

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Imagining an ideal school for wellbeing: locating student voice, Catharine A. Simmons, Anne Graham, and Nigel Thomas

2015 Journal of Educational Change 16:2 129-144.

Early childhood education in New Zealand: progress and challenges in achieving children's rights, Anne B. Smith

2015 Enhancing children's rights: connecting research, policy and practice 80-94.

Rights, research and policy, Anne B. Smith

2015 Enhancing children's rights: connecting research, policy and practice 3-14.

Beyond science education: embedding sustainability in teacher education systems, Robert Stevenson, Julie Davis, Jo-Anne Ferreira, and S Evans

2015 381-398.

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Manifesting resilience in the secondary school: an investigation of the relationship dynamic in visual arts classrooms, Yvette Stride and Alexandra Cutcher

2015 International Journal of Education & the Arts 16:11.

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Promoting online students’ engagement and learning in science and sustainability preservice teacher education, Louisa Tomas, Michelle Lasen, Ellen Field, and Keith R. Skamp

2015 Australian Journal of Teacher Education 40:11.

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Agriculture and climate change: perceptions of provincial officials in Vietnam, Son Tran Van, William E. Boyd, Peter Slavich, and Trinh Mai Van

2015 Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences 11 487-500.

Fraction-action-reaction: response to intervention in stage 4 mathematics, Angela Turner and C Harmer

2015 CSO in-house inquiry: teacher-led action research projects final report.

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A decade of change in Australia’s DBA landscape, Michelle Wallace, Cathy J. Byrne, Andrea Vocino, Terry Sloan, Simon J. Pervan, and Deborah Blackman

2015 Education and Training 57:1 31-47.

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Improving the confidence and competence of mathematics pre-service teachers at a regional university in Australia, Robert Whannell, Geoff Woolcott, and Patricia Whannell

2015 Proceedings of the Hawaii International Conference on Education 2176-2191.

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Developing a culturally appropriate data quality framework for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Higher education statistics: final report, Judith L. Wilks and Neil Drew

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Indigenous Australia: a profile of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander higher education student population, Judith L. Wilks and Katie Wilson

2015 Australian Universities' Review 57:2 17-30.

Research with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in New South Wales, Australia: ethical and methodological positioning, Katie Wilson and Judith L. Wilks

2015 Ethnographies in Pan Pacific research: tensions and positionings.

Enhancing science and mathematics teacher education in regional Australia: evaluating an enhancement module for science pre-service teachers, Geoff Woolcott

2015 National Association of Research in Science Teaching Annual International Conference.

Engaging with diverse communities: analysis of a complex interaction, Geoff Woolcott and D Chamberlain

2015 Proceedings of the Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia 2015, Research and development in higher education: learning for life and work in a complex world, volume 38.

Using network analysis to connect structural relationships in early mathematics assessment, Geoff Woolcott, D Chamberlain, and J Mulligan

2015 PME39: mathematics education: climbing mountains, building bridges.

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Enhancing mathematics (STEM) teacher education in regional Australia: pedagogical interactions and affect, Geoff Woolcott and Tony Yeigh

2015 Proceedings of the 38th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia: mathematics education in the margins 651-658.

Papers from 2014

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A crack where the light gets in: a study of health and physical education teachers' perspectives on fitness testing as a context for learning about health, Laura Alfrey and Michael Gard

2014 Asia-Pacific Journal of Health, Sport and Physical Education 5:1 3-28.

Parent-school partnership: report of survey findings from parents, principals and clergy, Donnah L. Anderson and Anne Graham

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Student engagement with christian meditation: report of findings from student online surveys, Donnah L. Anderson and Anne Graham

2014.

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Parents’ choices of child care in Australia, Wendy Boyd

2014 NZ Research in Early Childhood Education Journal 17 51-70.

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Feeling good about teaching mathematics: addressing anxiety amongst pre-service teachers, Wendy Boyd, Alan Foster, Jubilee Smith, and William E. Boyd

2014 Creative Education 5:4 207-217.

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An international study of the propensity of students to limit their use of private transport in light of their understanding of the causes of global warming, Eddie Boyes, Martin Stanisstreet, Keith Skamp, Manuel Rodriguez, Georgios Malandrakis, Rosanne W. Fortner, Ahmet Kilinc, Neil Taylor, Kiran Chhokar, Shweta Dua, Abdullah Ambusaidi, Irene Poh-Ai Cheong, Mijung Kim, and Hye-Gyoung Yoon

2014 International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education 23:2 142-165.

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Transitions to school: reframing professional relationships, Tess Boyle and Anne Petriwskyj

2014 Early Years: An International Research Journal 34:4 392-404.

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Social ecology as education, Trent Brown, Ruth Jeanes, and Amy Cutter-Mackenzie

2014 The socioecological educator: a 21st century renewal of physical, health, environment and outdoor education 23-45.

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Religious education, social inclusion and interreligious literacy in England and Australia, Cathy J. Byrne

2014 Journal for the Academic Study of Religion 27:2 153-177.

Environmental education in natural play spaces, Coral Campbell and Amy Cutter-Mackenzie

2014 Science in early childhood 148-168.

The decline and revival of music education in New South Wales schools, 1920-1956, Marilyn J. Chaseling and William E. Boyd

2014 Australian Journal of Music Education 2 46-61.

The slow process of modernising teacher training in music in New South Wales, 1920-1956, Marilyn J. Chaseling and William E. Boyd

2014 Australian Journal of Music Education 2 62-76.

Austral voices: recommended music resources in the school syllabus and The School Magazine, 1916 to 1956, Marilyn J. Chaseling and Robert J. Smith

2014 Australian Folklore 28 188-206.

Drawing on experience: the challenges that generalist teachers face in delivering visual arts effectively in primary school, Alexandra Cutcher

2014 Australian Art Education 36:1 62-80.

Performing the text, texting the performance: presentations, representations and re-presentations, Alexandra Cutcher

2014 Performing Scholartistry.

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Collaborative visual mapping as performance: visual arts pre-service teachers' reflections on practicum, Alexandra Cutcher and David Rousell

2014 International Journal of Education through Art 10:2 247-254.

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Where are children and young people in environmental education research?, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie

2014 Australian Journal of Environmental Education 30:special 1 103-105.

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Young children's play and environmental education in early childhood education, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie, Susan Edwards, Deborah Moore, and Wendy Boyd

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Through school: ecologising schooling: a tale of two educators, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie and Carol Fulton

2014 The socioecological educator:a 21st century renewal of physical, health, environment and outdoor education 153-171.

Teaching for sustainability, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie and B Hoepper

2014 Teaching humanities and social sciences: history, geography, economics and citizenship in the Australian curriculum 390-418.

Climate change + me: children’s and young people’s voices in holocene and anthropocene times, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie and David Rousell

2014 Australian Association for Research in Education Annual Conference, 2014.

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Procedural skills, sketchup and vodcasting: distance teaching of design drawing skills and student learning autonomy, David Ellis and William E. Boyd

2014 Creative Education 5:12 1106-1117.

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Looking beyond what's broken: towards an appreciative research agenda for physical education and sport pedagogy, Eimear Enright, Joanne Hill, Rachel Sanford, and Michael Gard

2014 Sport, Education and Society 19:17 912-926.

Using research and a systems approach to mainstream change in early childhood education for sustainability, Jo-Anne Ferreira and Julie M. Davis

2014 Young children and the environment: early education for sustainability 301-316.

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Planning for success: factors influencing change in teacher education, Jo-Anne Ferreira, Lisa Ryan, and Daniella Tilbury

2014 Australian Journal of Environmental Education 30:1 136-146.

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Because we weren't actually teaching them we thought they weren't learning: primary teacher perspectives from the MyScience Initiative, Ann Forbes and Keith R. Skamp

2014 Research in Science Education 44:1 1-25.

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Review of self-exclusion from gambling venues as an intervention for problem gambling, Sally M. Gainsbury

2014 Journal of Gambling Studies 30:2 229-251.

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eHPE: a history of the future, Michael Gard

2014 Sport, Education and Society 19:6 827-845.

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On the myth of the crisis of representation: a response to Gilbourne, Jones and Jordan, Michael Gard

2014 Sport, Education and Society 19:1 93-98.

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On the myth of the crisis of representation: a response to Gilbourne, Jones and Jordan, Michael Gard

2014 Sport, Education and Society 19:1 93-98.

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Research forum introduction: eHPE, Michael Gard

2014 Sport, Education and Society 19:6 824-826.

Schools and public health: past, present, future, Michael Gard and Carolyn Pluim

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Schools, the state and public health: some historical and contemporary insights, Michael Gard and Carolyn Vander-Schee

2014 Health education: critical perspectives 61-74.

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Editorial: Schools and critical public health: towards dialogue, collaboration and action, Michael Gard and Jan Wright

2014 Critical Public Health 24:2 109-114.

Evaluation of the time out house initiative in Queensland baseline report, Sandra Gendera, Karen R. Fisher, Sally Robinson, and Natalie Clements

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Ethical research involving children: implications for early childhood research, Anne Graham

2014 Collaborative Research Network Conference.

Research involving children and young people: locating refelexivity, rights and relationships within 'ethics', Anne Graham

2014 The Centre for the Study of Childhood and Youth 5th International Conference: Researching children's everyday lives: socio-cultural contexts.

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Improving approaches to wellbeing in schools: what role does recognition play? Final report: volume four, Anne Graham, R Fitzgerald, Mary Ann Powell, Nigel Thomas, Donnah L. Anderson, N E. White, and Catharine A. Simmons

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Improving approaches to wellbeing in schools: what role does recognition play? Final report: volume one, Anne Graham, R Fitzgerald, Mary Ann Powell, Nigel Thomas, Donnah L. Anderson, N E. White, and Catharine A. Simmons

2014 1.

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Improving approaches to wellbeing in schools: what role does recognition play? Final report: volume three, Anne Graham, R Fitzgerald, Mary Ann Powell, Nigel Thomas, Donnah L. Anderson, N E. White, and Catharine A. Simmons

2014 3.

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Improving approaches to wellbeing in schools: what role does recognition play? Final report: volume two, Anne Graham, R Fitzgerald, Mary Ann Powell, Nigel Thomas, Donnah L. Anderson, N E. White, and Catharine A. Simmons

2014 2.

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Researching with children in Vietnam: cultural, methodological and ethical considerations, Anne P. Graham, Renata A. Phelps, Nhung Ha Thi Tuyet, and Richard Geeves

2014 Qualitative Research 14:1 37-60.

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Rhetoric and reality: critical perspectives on education in a 3D virtual world, Sue Gregory, Brent Greg, Denise Wood, Des Butler, Sarah Pasfield-Neofitou, Merle Hearns, Sarah de Freitas, Helen Farley, Ian Warren, Lisa Jacka, Frederick Stoke-Thompson, Robert Cox, Patricia Crowther, Clair Atkins, Marcus McDonald, Torsten Reiners, Lincoln Wood, Jenny Sims, Scott Grant, Chris Campbell, Mathew Hillier, Grant Meredith, Caroline Steel, Jay Jay Jegathesan, Jason Zagami, Suku Sukunesan, Belma Gaukrodger, Stefan Schutt, Karen Le Rossignol, Matthew Hill, Pete Rive, and Xiangyu Wang

2014 Rhetoric and reality: 2014 ASCILITE proceedings 279-289.

Is the essay dead?: revitalising argument in the era of multiliteracies, Tom Gyenes and Judith L. Wilks

2014 English in Australia 49:1 7-15.

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A fair go for world affairs: a critical inquiry into the teaching of international humanitarian law in an initial teacher education program, Cathy Hammond and Faye McCallum

2014 Journal of Educational Enquiry 13:1 35-45.

Exploring moves toward student centred learning approaches, Dan Hammond, David Lynch, and Jake Madden

2014 Teachers as researchers : case studies in educational research 110-130.

Looking forward, looking back: framing the future for teaching for social justice in early childhood education, Karen A. Hawkins

2014 Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 39:3 121-128.

ASEAN state of education: report 2013, Martin Hayden and Richard Martin

2014 Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).

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Trading with tigers: a technical analysis of Southeast Asian stock index futures, Panha Heng and Scott J. Niblock

2014 International Economic Journal 28:4 679-692.

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Kids play, podcast, Brendon Hyndman

2014 4BC News Talk: Drive.

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Exploring the differences in teaching perspectives between Australian pre-service and graduate physical education teachers, Brendon P. Hyndman

2014 Journal of Physical Education and Sport 14:4 438-445.

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It's all in the game: the value of play, Brendon P. Hyndman

2014 About Catholic Schools 31:1 18-19.

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A guide for educators to move beyond conventional school playgrounds: the RE-AIM evaluation of the Lunchtime Enjoyment Activity and Play (LEAP) intervention, Brendon P. Hyndman, Amanda C. Benson, and Amanda Telford

2014 The Australian Journal of Teacher Education 39:1.

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Exploring physical activity opportunities to complement the HPE curriculum, Brendon P. Hyndman, Amanda C. Benson, and Amanda Telford

2014 ACHPER Active and Healthy Magazine 21:4 15-21.

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Children’s enjoyment of play during school lunchtime breaks: an examination of intraday and interday reliability, Brendon P. Hyndman, Amanda C. Benson, Shahid Ullah, Caroline F. Finch, and Amanda Telford

2014 Jouranl of Physical Activity & Health 11:1 109-117.

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Evaluating the effects of the Lunchtime Enjoyment Activity and Play (LEAP) school playground intervention on children’s quality of life, enjoyment and participation in physical activity, Brendon P. Hyndman, Amanda C. Benson, Shahid Ullah, and Amanda Telford

2014 BMC Public Health 14.