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Papers from 2012

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

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

2012 Inclusion and exclusion through youth sport.

Literacy, numeracy and low-achieving students: cautious directions from cognitive neuroscience, Lorraine Graham and Anne Bellert

2012 Successful Learning Conference, 2012.

Literacy, numeracy and low-achieving students: cautious directions from cognitive neuroscience, Lorraine Graham and Anne Bellert

2012 Successful Learning Conference, 2012.

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

2012 Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 12:4 76-85.

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

2012 Future challenges: sustainable futures: Australian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE).

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

2012 Futures 44:1 71-80.

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

2012 Teacher Education and Practice 25:3 421-440.

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

2012 International Journal of Pedagogy and Curriculum 19:4 31-41.

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

2012 Australian Teacher Education Association (ATEA) 2012 conference.

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

2012 Australian Computers in Education Conference.

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

2012 International Journal of Virtual and Personal Learning Environments 3:4 16-26.

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

2012 Australian Educational Computing 27:2 13-17.

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

2012 Proceedings of World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications 828-834.

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

2012 iVERG Conference 2011: Immersive technologies for learning: virtual implementation, real outcomes 62-76.

Australian contexts for literacy teaching, Jenny L. Johnston

2012 Contemporary issues in Australian literacy teaching 16-26.

Critical literacy, Jenny L. Johnston

2012 Contemporary issues in Australian literacy teaching 185-195.

Introduction, Jenny L. Johnston

2012 Contemporary issues in Australian literacy teaching 8-15.

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

2012 10th Hawaii International Conference on Education 1676-1694.

Literacy assessment, Jenny L. Johnston

2012 Contemporary issues in Australian literacy teaching 37-53.

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

2012 International Journal of Arts & Sciences 5:5 1-9.

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

2012 Contemporary issues in Australian literacy teaching 211-221.

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

2012 Perspectives on coping and resilience.

Conference proceedings: innovative approaches in education: design and networking, E Koleza, A Garmpis, and Christos Markopoulos

2012.

Assembling a health [y] subject, Deana Leahy

2012 PhD thesis, Deakin University, Melbourne, Vic..

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

2012 43rd Annual Australasian Science Education Research Association ASERA Conference.

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

2012 International Teacher Education Dialogue: : Innovation and new ideas in teaching and teacher education.

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

2012 School of Education Research Seminar, Southern Cross University.

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

2012 Current trends in technology and society 31-39.

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

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

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

2012 Case studies in education: leadership and innovation.

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

2012 Australian Journal of Teacher Education 37:11.

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

2012 Case studies in education: leadership and innovation.

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

2012 Case studies in education: leadership and innovation 253-259.

School improvement: innovation for the future, Jake Madden

2012 Case studies in education: leadership and innovation 148-174.

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

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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

2012 International Studies in Educational Administration 40:2 19-34.

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

2012 Australasian Journal of Educational Technology 28:1 138-158.

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

2012 Journal of European Social Policy 22:4 419-431.

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

2012 Constructionism 2012: Theory, practice and impact 184-193.

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

2012 Conference on Innovative practices in education: design and networking 73-90.

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

2012 Professional Educator 11:2 4-7.

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

2012 Evaluation Journal of Australasia 12:2 15-27.

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

2012 Catholic Schools Office, Lismore NSW 1-62.

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

2012 Crime Prevention and Community Safety 14:3 225-234.

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

2012 The international cultures of professional development for teachers: collaboration, reflection, management and policy 367-391.

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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

2012 International Journal of Educational Research 53 289-302.

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

2012 Social Policy Research Centre Report Series.

Autumn, exhibition, David Rousell

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

2012 Australian Educational Leader 34:1 21-25.

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

2012 Current trends in technology and society 40-45.

Our place in space, Keith R. Skamp

2012 Teaching primary science constructively 348-389.

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

2012 Australian Academy of Science.

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

2012 Australasian Science Education Research Association Conference.

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

2012 CONASTA 61: Conference of the Australian Science Teachers' Association.

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

2012.

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

2012 Children 81 22-26.

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

2012 Spaces for solidarity and individualism in educational contexts.

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

2012 Death Down Under Conference.

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

2012 Australian Folklore 27 133-140.

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

2012 Australia's ever-changing forests VI: Proceedings of the eighth National Conference on Australian Forest History 131-146.

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

2012 Folklore Studies Association of Canada Conference.

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

2012 Current trends in technology and society 104-114.

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

2012 Food Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 1:1 45-56.

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

2012 Current trends in technology and society: volume 1 104-111.

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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

2012 Journal of Nursing Education and Practice 2:3 110-118.

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

2012 Access 26:3 18-21.

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

2012 Australian Educational Computing 27:2 4-12.

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

2012 Studies in Art Education 54:1 54-65.

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

2012 Journal of Higher Education Policy & Management 34:1 79-90.

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

2012 Active Learning in Higher Education 13:1 35-49.

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

2012 High Ability Studies 23:1 115-117.

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

2012 International Journal of Inclusive Education 17:9 932-947.

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

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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

2012 Journal of European Social Policy 22:4 432-445.

Papers from 2011

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

2011 Australian Journal of Environmental Education 27:1 122-133.

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

2011 International Journal of Learning 18:2 377-388.

Attracting and retaining trained ECEC staff, Wendy Boyd

2011 Every Child 17:3.

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

2011 Explore, experience, educate: the 6th World Environmental Education Congress (WEEC).

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

2011 PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Qld., (2011).

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

2011 Social policy in a complex world: Australian Social Policy Conference.

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

2011 Every Child 17:3 28-29.

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

2011 National Research Council Workshop on Climate Change Education in Formal Settings, K-14.

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

2011.

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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

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

2011 Narrative, Arts-based, and "Post" Approaches to Social Research (NAPAR) Conference.

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Curious and curiouser questions, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie

2011 Australian Journal of Environmental Education 27:2 iii-iv.

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

2011 Gould League.

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

2011 Canadian Network for Environmental Education and Communication National Conference.

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

2011 Explore, experience, educate: 6th world environmental education congress.

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

2011 Australian Journal of Environmental Education 27:1 3-8.

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

2011 National Marine Education Conference.

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

2011 South East Water Ltd..

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

2011 Podmiotowość w edukacji- wymiary i konteksty.

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

2011 Podmiotowość w edukacji- wymiary i konteksty (Subjectivity in Education- various dimensions and contexts).

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

2011 Early Childhood Education Conference.

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

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

2011 American Educational Research Association Conference.

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

2011 Explore, Experience, Educate: 6th World Environmental Education Congress.