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Papers from 2011

Video-based research methodologies in early childhood: working with contextualized-moments-in-time, Susan Edwards and Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie

Unpacking mathematisation: an experimental framework for arithmetic instruction, David Ellemor-Collins and Robert J. Wright

The P-4 mathematics intervention specialist project: pedagogical tools and professional development resources, David Ellemor-Collins, Robert J. Wright, and Gerard Lewis

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Developing conceptual place value: instructional design for intensive intervention, David Ellemor-Collins and Robyn Wright

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A meditation in which consideration is given to the past and future engagement of social science generally and critical physical education and sports scholarship in particular with various scientific debates, including the so-called 'obesity epidemic' and contemporary manifestations of biological determinism, Michael Gard

Between alarmists and sceptics: on the cultural politics of obesity scholarship and public policy, Michael Gard

Dance and masculinity: an international perspective, Michael Gard

The end of the obesity epidemic, Michael Gard

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Truth, belief and the cultural politics of obesity scholarship and public health policy, Michael Gard

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Strengthening young people’s social and emotional wellbeing, Anne Graham

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Supporting children’s mental health in schools: teacher views, Anne Graham, Renata Phelps, Carrie Maddison, and Robyn Fitzgerald

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Negotiating content with learners using technology enhanced teaching and learning solutions, Megan Hastie, Nian-Shing Chen, and Richard Smith

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The role of the e-learning manager in re-engineering educational paradigms, Megan Hastie, Nian-Shing Chen, and Richard Smith

Beyond the binary of researcher/researched: the complexities of participatory action research, Karen A. Hawkins

Connecting early childhood educators, action research, and teaching for social justice, Karen A. Hawkins

The education system in Cambodia: making progress under difficult circumstances, Martin Hayden and Richard Martin

Actioning universitycommunity engagement: leadership, mentoring and professional communities, Peter Hudson and Suzanne Hudson

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Converting theory to practice: university-school collaboration on devising strategies for mentoring pedagogical knowledge, Peter Hudson and Suzanne Hudson

Distributed leadership and professional learning communities, Peter Hudson and Suzanne Hudson

Partners in education: the teacher education done differently (TEDD) project, Peter Hudson and Suzanne Hudson

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

A passion about writing, Jenny L. Johnston

Literacy, Jenny L. Johnston

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Editorial, Brian Kean

Teaching in a contemporary world, Bruce Allen Knight and David Lynch

Attitudes, interest, motivation and student engagement: exploring the connection between these constructs in the context of science education, Marianne R. Logan

The context of education in the 2000s, David Lynch

The future of teacher education: reflections on innovations, David E. Lynch and Richard Smith

Issues in contemporary teaching: volume 1, David Lynch and Bruce A. Knight

Issues in contemporary teaching: volume 2, David Lynch and Bruce A. Knight

Learning in the present day world, David Lynch and Bruce A. Knight

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

The theory and practice of curriculum and programming, David Lynch and Richard Smith

Getting started in your first classroom, Jake Madden

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The limits to exercise performance and the future of fatigue research, Frank E. Marino, Michael Gard, and Eric Drinkwater

How can professional development serve experienced and inexperienced mentors of preservice teachers?, Michelle J. Murray, Peter Hudson, and Suzanne Hudson

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Supporting children and young people through change, loss and grief: an evaluation of the Seasons for Growth program, Sallie Newell and Alison Moss

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Working together to reduce youth recidivism: exploring the potential of a 'Wraparound' Interagency Service Model, Ian A. Nisbet, Anne Graham, and Sallie Newell

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A school-based intervention to promote physical activity among adolescent girls: rationale, design, and baseline data from the Girls in Sport group randomised controlled trial, Anthony D. Okely, Wayne G. Cotton, David R. Lubans, Philip J. Morgan, Lauren Puglisi, Judy Miller, Jan Wright, Marijka J. Batterham, Louisa R. Peralta, and Janine Perry

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Can science education help to reduce global warming? an international study of the links between students' beliefs and their willingness to act, Manuel Rodríguez, Edward Boyes, Martin Stanisstreet, Keith R. Skamp, Georigios Malandrakis, Roseanne Fortner, Ahmet Kilinc, Neil Taylor, Kiran Chhokar, Shweta Dua, Abdullah Ambusaidi, Poh-Ai I. Cheong, Hye-Gyoung Yoon, and Mijung Kim

Creative writing (classes) as a means of revealing unconscious belief systems: the folk culture so often disclosed when one is writing viewpoints, J S. Ryan and Robert J. Smith

A critical realist perspective of education, Brad Shipway

Teaching chemistry in primary science: what does the research suggest?, Keith Skamp

Materials, Keith R. Skamp

Materials and change, Keith R. Skamp

Our place in space, Keith R. Skamp

Teaching primary science constructively, Keith R. Skamp

Teaching primary science constructively, Keith R. Skamp

Secondary students’ beliefs and willingness to act to reduce global warming: an international study, Keith R. Skamp, Eddie Boyes, Martin Stanisstreet, Manuel Rodriguez, Georgios Malandrakis, Roseanne Fortner, Ahmet Kilinc, Neil Taylor, Dua Shweta Choker Kiran, Ambusaidi Abdullah, Irene Cheong, Mijung Kim, and Hye-Gyoung Yoon

Secondary students’ beliefs and willingness to act to reduce global warming: an international study related to transport options and its consequences for science education, Keith R. Skamp, Eddie Boyes, Martin Stanisstreet, Manuel Rodriguez, Georgios Malandrakis, Roseanne Fortner, Ahmet Kilinc, Neil Taylor, Dua Shweta Choker Kiran, Abdullah Ambusaidi, Irene Cheong, Mijung Kim, and Hye-Gyonug Yoon

Learning management: transitioning teachers into the knowledge age, Richard Smith and David Lynch

An end to roadside memorials? some factors in the decline of this persistent mourning practice, Robert J. Smith

Local histories as storytelling: the genre and its community, Robert J. Smith

National Film and Sound Archive and local history, Robert J. Smith

National Film and Sound Archive and local history, Robert J. Smith

Review of Halpert, H: Folk tales, tall tales, trickster tales and legends of the supernatural from the pinelands of New Jersey, Robert J. Smith

Review of 'Tolkien’s view: windows into his world' by JS Ryan, Walking Tree Publishers, Zurich, 2009, Robert J. Smith

The death that does not depart: roadside memorialisation and mourning customs, Robert J. Smith

The dog’s eye: the pie in Australian tradition, Robert J. Smith

The locus of fear and safety: a regional view of the works of Patricia Wrightson, Robert J. Smith

The meat pie in folk culture and tourism: can the best get even better?, Robert J. Smith

The second bite: an appraisal of the meat pie in Australian folk culture, Robert J. Smith

Hobbit tales today: stories of small people from Flores, Indonesia, Robert J. Smith and Concilianus Laos Mbato

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Review of tourism in Japan: an ethno-semiotic analysis, Stephen J. Smith

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Who wants to work in childcare? pre-service early childhood teacher’s consideration of work in the child-care sector, Karen Thorpe, Wendy Anne Boyd, Jo Ailwood, and Jo Brownlee

The teaching of food technology in secondary schools, Angela Turner and Kurt Seeman

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Politics, pedagogy and practice in school health policy, Carolyn Vander Schee and Michael Gard

Schools and health policy, Carolyn Vander Schee and Michael Gard

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Student teachers and libraries: something special about our school libraries, Margie Wallin and Jake Madden

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Student teachers and libraries: the importance of school libraries #1, video recording, Margie Wallin and Jake Madden

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Student teachers and libraries: the importance of school libraries #2, video recording, Margie Wallin and Jake Madden

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Student teachers and libraries: the importance of school libraries #3, video recording, Margie Wallin and Jake Madden

Student teachers and libraries: words of advice, video recording, Margie Wallin and Jake Madden

Twenty-first century learning in the humanities, Susan Wilks and Judith L. Wilks

A broad view of education and teaching based in educational neuroscience, Geoff Woolcott

Examining modern education and teaching from a perspective based on studies of learning and memory in educational neuroscience, Geoff Woolcott

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Mathematics and giftedness: insights from educational neuroscience, Geoff Woolcott

Understanding students' beliefs about actions and willingness to act on global warming in Korea and Singapore, H G. Yoon, Y Kim, E Boyes, Martin Stanisstreet, and Keith R. Skamp

Papers from 2010

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A fundamental partnership: the experiences of practising teachers as lecturers in a pre-service teacher education programme, Jeanne Maree Allen, Carol Butler-Mader, and Richard A. Smith

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Preferences of first-time expectant mothers for care of their child: I wouldn’t leave them somewhere that made me feel insecure, Wendy Anne Boyd, Karen J. Thorpe, and Collette Patria Tayler

Maternal employment and satisfaction with care, Wendy Boyd and Karen Thorpe

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Pathways to teaching: a curriculum innovation enhancing recognition of students’ career aspirations and expectations: redesigning curriculum to acknowledge diversity, Tess Boyle and Renata Phelps

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What's there, what if, what then, and what can we do? an immersive and embodied experience of environment and place through children's literature, Geraldine Burke and Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie

Lost and found: 10,000 voices: an inspiring 1901 choral spectacular, Marilyn J. Chaseling

Art for the sake of teaching: visual reflective practice, Alexandra Cutcher

An 'issue' of serendipity: the discourse of sustainability and environmental (in)action, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie

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Australian Waste Wise schools program: its past, present, and future, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie

Teaching for environmental sustainability, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie

Ecologies of imagination and activism, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie, P Payne, P Hart, and P White

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Experiencing environment and place through children's literature, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie, Phillip G. Payne, and Alan Reid

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We're not doctors and nurses: the teacher's role in the management of anaphylaxis in primary school settings, Kate Eastwood and Amy Cutter-Mackenzie

Framing play for learning: professional reflections on the role of open-ended play in early childhood education, Susan Edwards, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie, and Elizabeth Hunt

Evaluating the processes and outcomes of designing and producing, David Ellis

Evaluating the processes undertaken and the impact of the major design project, David Ellis

Identifying a need or opportunity and exploring ideas for design development, David Ellis

Selecting and using resources responsibly to realise a quality major design project, David Ellis

Using design processes, David Ellis

Using resources effectively and safely, David Ellis

Boys, girls and the prejudices of obesity research, Michael Gard

Neo-liberalism, the ‘obesity epidemic’ and the challenge to theory, Michael Gard