Papers from 2012

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

The economic influence on electoral politics, David Lynch, Nicholas R. Jesteadt, and Brencis Navia

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


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


Convergent care crimes? Childcare arrangements in Australia, Canada, Finland and Sweden, Rianne Mahon, Anneli Anttonen, Christina Bergqvist, Deborah Brennan, and Barbara Hobson

Representational systems on 3d navigation process, Christos Markopoulos and E Alexopoulou

Geometrical transformations in new mathematics curriculum: the case of reflection, Christos Markopoulos and M Diamantis

Keeping teacher wellbeing on the agenda, Faye McCallum and Deborah Price

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

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

Autumn, exhibition, David Rousell

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


Going on to uni? access and participation in university for students from backgrounds of disadvantage, Judith Wilks and Katie Wilson


Physical webbing: collaborative kinesthetic three-dimensional Mind Maps®, Marian H. Williams


Everything is connected: giftedness within a broad framework for cognition, Geoff Woolcott


Inspire to aspire: raising aspirational outcomes through a student well-being curricular focus, Alison Wrench, Cathryn Hammond, Faye McCallum, and Deborah Price

Developing number knowledge: assessment, teaching & intervention with 7-11 year olds, Robert Wright, David L. Ellemor-Collins, and Pamela D. Tabor


Voice and choice for users and carers? developments in patterns of care for older people in Australia, England and Finland, Sue Yeandle, Teppo Kröger, and Bettina Cass

Papers from 2011


The historical, present and future 'ness' of environmental education in India, Sylvia Almeida and Amy Cutter-Mackenzie


Grandparents raising grandchildren: negotiating the complexities of role-identity conflict, Jan Backhouse and Anne Graham


Promoting rural and remote teacher education in Australia through the over the Hill project, Denise Beutel, Lenore Adie, and Suzanne Hudson

Attracting and retaining trained ECEC staff, Wendy Boyd

Children's agency and participation in a water awareness program in early childhood centres in Australia, Wendy Boyd


Parent decisions regarding paid work and care of the child, Wendy Boyd

Policies to support maternal employment and care for the child: what does the research tell us?, Wendy Boyd

When does the 15 hours preschool program start (and end)?, Wendy Boyd

Student mental models of global warming and climate change: what does research tell us?, Eddie Boyes, Martin Stanisstreet, Keith Skamp, M Rodriguez, Georigios Malandrakis, Roseanne Fortner, Ahmet Kilinc, N Taylor, Kiran Chhokar, Shweta Dua, Abdullah Ambusaidi, I P-A Cheong, M Kim, and Hye-Gyoung Yoon

Play-based Transition Project Report, Tess Boyle and L Jones


Young carers: social policy impacts of the caring responsibilities of children and young adults, Bettina Cass, Deborah Brennan, Cathy Thomson, Trish Hill, Christiane Purcal, Myra Hamilton, and Elizabeth Adamson

Reflecting on making and presenting Arts Informed Research: a biography on the process of creating a doctoral thesis, Alexandra Cutcher and Robyn Ewing


Curious and curiouser questions, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie


Multicultural school gardens progress report 2011, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie

Scrutinizing Louv’s Nature Deficit Disorder: shaping a child-framed research agenda, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie

The Australian-ness of environmental education, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie

The 'ness' of environmental education, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie

Teaching teachers’ marine and environmental education through school-community learning, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie and H. Breidahl

Schools Insights Project final research report, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie, J Brooks, S Almeida, and N Prince

The development of professional teacher standards and professional learning in environmental education, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie, Barbara Clarke, and Phil Smith

Environmental education as a content area in early childhood education and curriculum, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie and S Edwards

Understanding children's learning in sustainability: what do play-types have to teach us?, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie and Susan Edwards

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

Inciting experience of environment and place through children’s literature: transdisciplinary research for the community good, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie and Alan Reid

Teaching teachers: ecologizing teacher education through school-community pedagogies, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie and A. Surmacz

Move it, use it: University-school collaboration for learning to teach physical education in primary schools, Craig Daly, Peter Hudson, Suzanne Hudson, and MIchelle Murray

Play-based pedagogies and environmental knowledge in the early years: what does play-based sustainability education look like?, S Edwards and Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie

Environmentalising early childhood education curriculum through pedagogies of play, Susan Edwards and Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie

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


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


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

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

The end of the obesity epidemic, Michael Gard


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

Parenting after separation and divorce, Anne Graham

Seasons for growth: 15 years on, Anne Graham


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


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

Improving the literacy performance of low-achieving students: some tentative directions from cognitive neuroscience, Lorraine Graham and Anne Bellert

Improving the literacy performance of low-achieving students: some tentative directions from cognitive neuroscience, Lorraine Graham and Anne Bellert


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


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