Papers from 2016


Perspectives from emerging researchers: what next in EE/SE research?, Claudio Aguayo, Blanche Higgins, Ellen Field, Jennifer Nicholls, Susan Pudin, Sangion Appiee Tiu, Maia Osborn, Farshad Hashemzadeh, Kevin Kezabu Lubuulwa, Mark Boulet, Belinda A. Christie, and Jeremy Mah

2016 Australian Journal of Environmental Education 32:1 17-29.

Educational approaches for students experiencing learning difficulties, Anne Bellert and Loraine Graham

2016 From the laboratory to the classroom: translating science of learning for teachers.

Christians first. The politics of inclusion, inter-religious literacy and Christian privilege: comparing Australian and English education, Cathy J. Byrne

2016 Boundaries of religious freedom: regulating religion in diverse societies.


Collaborative inquiry driving leadership growth and school improvement, Marilyn J. Chaseling, R Smith, William E. Boyd, Alan Foster, Christos Markopoulos, Brad Shipway, and Cathy Lembke

2016 Creative Education 7:2 244-253.


Relations between the worked example and generation effects on immediate and delayed tests, Ouhao Chen, Slava Kalyuga, and John Sweller

2016 Learning and Instruction 45 20-30.

Disruptive childhoodnature research methodologies in changing climates and curriculums, Amy N. Cutter-Mackenzie and David Rousell

2016 2016 AERA annual meeting: public scholarship to educate diverse democracies.


Young children learning about well-being and environmental education in the early years: a funds of knowledge approach, Susan Edwards, Helen Skouteris, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie, Leonie Rutherford, Mandy O'Conner, Ana Mantilla, Heather Morris, and Sue Elliott

2016 Early Years: An International Research Journal 36:1 33-50.


Embedding Efs in teacher education through a multi-level systems approach: lessons from Queensland, S Evans, Jo-Anne Ferreira, R Stevenson, and J Davis

2016 Australian Journal of Environmental Education 32:1 65-79.


Secondary science teachers’ and students’ involvement in a primary school community of science practice: how it changed their practices and interest in science, Anne Forbes and Keith R. Skamp

2016 Research in Science Education 46:1 91-112.


Media, digital technology and learning in sport: a critical response to Hodkinson, Biesta and James, Michael Gard and Eimear Enright

2016 Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy 21:1 40-54.


Reframing ‘well-being’ in schools: the potential of recognition, Anne Graham, Mary Ann Powell, Nigel Thomas, and Donnah Anderson

2016 Cambridge Journal of Education.


Good CoPs and bad CoPs: facilitating reform in first-year assessment via a Community of Practice, C Howlett, M Arthur, and Jo-Anne Ferreira

2016 Higher Education Research and Development.

Teaching sustainable development in higher education: building critical, reflective thinkers through an interdisciplinary approach, C Howlett, M Arthur, and Jo-Anne Ferreira

2016 International Journal of Sustainability in Higher Education.


Are we overprotecting our kids?, Brendon Hyndman

2016 Child.

Creative possibilities: the Lunchtime Enjoyment Activity & Play (LEAP) intervention, Brendon Hyndman

2016 SHAPE America National Convention & Expo.


Is there a relationship between primary school children’s enjoyment of recess physical activities and health-related quality of life? A cross-sectional exploratory study, Brendon Hyndman, Amanda C. Benson, Leanne Lester, and Amanda Telford

2016 Health Promotion Journal of Australia.

Are secondary school environments conducive for active play opportunities? An objective assessment across Australian secondary school playgrounds, Brendon Hyndman and Barbara Chancellor

2016 International Journal of Play.


Complementing the Australian primary school Health and Physical Education (HPE) curriculum: exploring children's HPE learning experiences within varying school ground equipment contexts, Brendon Hyndman, Linda Mahony, Aue Te Ava, and Sue Smith

2016 Education 3-13.

Active play for understanding: exploring the social-ecological influences on children's active play within school playgrounds, Brendon P. Hyndman

2016 American Journal of Play.


A qualitative investigation of Australian youth perceptions to enhance school physical activity: the Environmental Perceptions Investigation of Children’s Physical Activity (EPIC-PA) study, Brendon P. Hyndman

2016 Journal of Physical Activity & Health 13 543-550.


Blog: Unpacking a simulation pedagogical approach to HPE, Brendon P. Hyndman

2016 ACHPER News.


The influences on teaching perspectives of Australian physical education teacher education students: the First-Year Influences on Teaching Perspectives Exploratory (FIT-PE) study, Brendon P. Hyndman and Shane Pill

2016 The Australian Journal of Teacher Education 41:5.


How could it be? calling for science curricula that cultivate morals and values towards other animals and nature, Marianne R. Logan and Joshua J. Russell

2016 Cultural Studies of Science Education.


Sharing the focus: engaging with support workers to include people with communication needs in research, Deborah Lutz, Karen R. Fisher, and Sally Robinson

2016 British Journal of learning Disabilities 44:2 138-145.


Improving teaching capacity to increase student achievement: the key role of data interpretation by school leaders, David Lynch, Richard Smith, Steven Provost, and Jake Madden

2016 Journal of Educational Administration 54:5 575-592.

Childhoodnature theoretical disruptions, Karen Malone, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie, E Barratt-Hacking, and David Rousell

2016 2016 AERA annual meeting: public scholarship to educate diverse democracies.

Nurturing wellbeing development in education: from little things, big things grow, Faye McCallum and Deborah Price


Teacher wellbeing, Faye McCallum and Deborah Price

2016 Nurturing wellbeing development in education: from little things, big things grow.

Wellbeing for all, Faye McCallum and Deborah Price

2016 Nuturing wellbeing development in education: from little things, big things grow.


Feasibility of conducting a randomized trial to promote healthy eating, active play and sustainability awareness in early childhood curricula, Heather Morris, Helen Skouteris, Susan Edwards, Leonie Margaret Rutherford, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie, Amanda O'Connor, Ana Mantilla, Terry TK Huang, Kate Marion Lording, and Janet Williams-Smith

2016 Early Child Development and Care.


Expert validation of a teamwork assessment rubric: a modified Delphi study, Jennifer A. Parratt, Kathleen M. Fahy, Marie Hutchinson, Gui Lohmann, Carolyn R. Hastie, Marilyn J. Chaseling, and Kylie O'Brien

2016 Nurse Education Today 36 77-85.


Framing the socialization process of the DBA candidate: what can universities offer and what should candidates bring?, Simon J. Pervan, Deborah Blackman, Terry Sloan, Michelle Wallace, Andrea Vocino, and Cathy J. Byrne

2016 Studies in Continuing Education.


Physical education’s grand convergence: Fitnessgram®, big-data and the digital commerce of children’s health, Carolyn Pluim and Michael Gard

2016 Critical Studies in Education.

Leading and empowering life-long wellbeing: well educators, well learners, well communities, Deborah Price and Faye McCallum

2016 Nurturing wellbeing development in education: from little things, big things grow.

Wellbeing in education, Deborah Price and Faye McCallum

2016 Nuturing wellbeing development in education: from little things, big things grow.


Third age learning: adapting the idea to a Thailand context of lifelong learning, Archanya Ratana-Ubol and Cameron Richards

2016 International Journal of Lifelong Education 35:1 86-101.

Community and school gardens as spaces for learning social resilience, K Reis and Jo-Anne Ferreira

2016 Journal of Environmental Education.


Optimizing grounded theory for policy research: a knowledge-building approach to analyzing WTO e-Commerce policies, Cameron Richards and Farrokh Farrokhnia

2016 International Journal of Qualitative Methods 15:1.


Dwelling in the Anthropocene: reimagining university learning environments in response to social and ecological change, David Rousell

2016 Australian Journal of Environmental Education.

Mapping the data event: a posthumanist approach to art education research in a regional university, David Rousell

2016 Arts, research, education: connections and directions.

Walking with media: activating the cubewalk network as a mobile architecture, David Rousell, Alexandra Cutcher, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie, Bill Boyd, Fiona V. Fell, and Jeanti S. St Clair

2016 Walking the meshwork: an ineractive symposium on walking as research,education and artistic practice.

Making-lines: movement, affect and aesthetic casuality in arts-based educational research, David Rousell, Alexandra Cutcher, and R Irwin

2016 Embodied and walking pedagogies engaging the visual domain: research co-creation and practice.


Environmental and sustainability education research, past and future: three perspectives from late, mid, and early career researchers, Robert Stevenson, Jo-Anne Ferreira, and Sherridan Emery

2016 Australian Journal of Environmental Education 32:1.


Environmental and sustainablity education research, past and future: three perspectives from late, mid- and early-career researchers, Robert Stevenson, Jo-Anne Ferreira, and Sherridan Emery

2016 Australian Journal of Environmental Education 32:1.


A place for food in Australian schools: a socio-historical review of food education, Angela Turner and Judith L. Wilks

2016 International Journal of Technology and Design Education.


Anatomy of competitive advantage: towards a contingency theory of entrepreneurial marketing, Peter Whalen, Can Uslay, Vincent J. Pascal, Glenn Omura, Andrew McAuley, Chikery J. Kasouf, Rosalind Jones, Claes M. Hultman, Gerald E. Hills, David J. Hansen, Audrey Gilmore, Joe Giglierano, Fabian Eggers, and Jonathan Deacon

2016 Journal of Strategic Marketing 24:1 5-19.


Australian Indigenous higher education: politics, policy and representation, Katie Wilson and Judith L. Wilks

2016 Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 37:6 659-672.

Technology and human cultural accumulation: the role of emotion, Geoff Woolcott

2016 Emotions and technology: communications of feelings for, with, and through digital media 243-263.


Emotional literacy and pedagogical confidence in pre-service science and mathematics teachers, Tony Yeigh, Geoff Woolcott, Jim Donnelly, Rob Whannell, Matthew Snow, and Amanda Scott

2016 Australian Journal of Teacher Education 41:6 107-121.

Papers from 2015


Effective re-teaching, Anne Bellert

2015 Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties 20:2 163-183.


'Go over there and look at the pictures in the book’: an investigation of educational marginalisation, social interactions and achievement motivation in an alternative middle school setting, Marnie Best, Deborah Price, and Faye McCallum

2015 International Journal of Inclusive Education 19:4 422-434.


Academics' perceptions of continuous and collaborative curriculum review: an Australian case study, Jennifer L. Bird, Thea F. van de Mortel, Julienne I. Holt, and Maree Walo

2015 Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management 24 18-24.


Pedagogical change at times of change in the higher education system: an exploration of early career mentoring, co-publication and teaching and learning insights, Bill Boyd

2015 Coolabah 16 4-24.


The tensions between food choices and sustainable practices in early childhood centres, Wendy Boyd

2015 Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 40:4 58-65.

Learning from early childhood philosophy, theory and pedagogy: inspiring effective art education, Wendy Boyd and Alexandra Cutcher

2015 Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 40:1 91-98.

Religion, the elephant in the Asia-focused Australian school room, Cathy J. Byrne

2015 Issues in religion? Whose religion? 257-281.

Many names, many processes: the enigmatic idiosyncrasies of arts-based educational research, Alexandra Cutcher

2015 Arts-based educational research process: a symposium on the intersection of the artistic ABER process and inquiry: American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting.

My favourite dress: fashion as historical document, family legacy and imprimatur, Alexandra Cutcher

2015 The memory of clothes 27-36.

Performing the research, researching the performance: the poetic pecha kucha as research representation, Alexandra Cutcher

2015 Symposium of Exploring the use of pecha kuchas as a participatory form of arts-based research: American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting.

Requiem for my teaching: a collage of re-presentations on my lived experience of loss, beauty, change, healing and hope, Alexandra Cutcher

2015 Montage, collage, bricolage, pastiche: inciting representations of arts-based educational research through translations, interpretations and transformations, Symposium: American Educational Research Association (AERA) Annual Meeting.

Displacement, identity and belonging: an arts-based, auto/biographical portrayal of ethnicity and experience, Alexandra J. Cutcher



Findings, windings and entwinings: cartographies of collaborative walking and encounter, Alexandra Cutcher, David Rousell, and Amy Cutter-Mackenzie

2015 International Journal of Education through Art 1:3 449-458.


Child-framed video research methodologies: issues, possibilities and challenges for researching with children, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie, Susan Edwards, and Helen Widdop Quinton

2015 Children's Geographies 13:3 343-356.

Education for what: what matters to Australian children and young people in a changing climate?, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie and David Rousell

2015 International Invited Symposium.


Past now future, Amy Cutter-Mackenzie and David Rousell



Key challenges in the reform of governance, quality assurance, and finance in Vietnamese higher education: a case study, Khanh Van Dao

2015 Studies in Higher Education 40:5 2015-745.

Higher education governance in Vietnam, K V. Dao and Martin Hayden

2015 Global higher education: issues in governance.


Developing a culturally appropriate data quality framework for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander higher education statistics: discussion paper, Neil Drew, Judith L. Wilks, and Katie Wilson



Reliability of the emotion-related parenting styles scale across gender and parent status groups, Debra A. Dunstan, Donnah L. Anderson, and Anthony DG Marks

2015 Early Education and Development 26:8 1234-1250.

Researching suicide from an original voice, collaborative, arts-based perspective: issues for doctoral research, supervision and examination, M Eales and Alexandra Cutcher

2015 Creative Approaches to Research 8:2 70-85.


Adaptive expertise: in understanding and teaching “eco-friendly” design, are teachers Googling it right?, David Ellis and William E. Boyd

2015 Creative Education 6:23 2493-2509.


Early career academic mentoring using Twitter: the case of #ECRchat, Hazel Ferguson and Katherine L. Wheat

2015 Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management 37:1 3-13.

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

2015 Young children and the environment: early education for sustainability 301-316.


Developing knowledge and leadership in pre-service teacher education systems, Jo-Anne Ferreira, E Ryan, and J Davis

2015 Australian Journal of Environmental Education 31:2 194-207.


A transformative framework for deinstitutionalisation, Karen Fisher, Deborah Lutz, Friederike Gadow, Sally Robinson, and Sandra Gendera

2015 Research and Practice in Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities 60:72 60-72.


Practical assessment on the run – ipads as an effective mobile and paperless tool in physical education and teaching, Roslyn M. Franklin and Jubilee Smith

2015 Research in Learning Technology 23.


What does it take? Developing informed and effective tertiary responses to violence and abuse of women and girls with disabilities in Australia, Patsie Frawley, Sue Dyson, Sally Robinson, and Jen Dixon

2015 Landscapes: state of knowledge 3.


‘They know they're getting the best knowledge possible’: locating the academic in changing knowledge economies, Michael Gard

2015 Sport, Education and Society 20:1 107-121.


Ethical research involving children: encouraging reflexive engagement in research with children and young people, Anne Graham, Mary Ann Powell, and Nicola Taylor

2015 Children & Society 29:5 331-343.


Ethical research involving children: putting the evidence into practice, Anne Graham, Mary Ann Powell, and Nicola Taylor

2015 Family Matters 96 23-28.

Using virtual worlds in rural and regional educational institutions, Sue Gregory, Lisa Jacka, Mathew Hillier, and Scott Grant

2015 Australian & International Journal of Rural Education 25:2 73-90.


Barriers and enablers to the use of virtual worlds in higher education: an exploration of educator perceptions, attitudes and experiences, Sue Gregory, Sheila Scutter, Lisa Jacka, Marcus McDonald, Helen Farley, and Chris Newman

2015 Educational Technology & Society 18:1 3-12.

The premise of teaching using student's reflective practices?, D Hammond and David Lynch

2015 Teacher researchers: creating the outstanding school 58-63.


Teaching for social justice, social responsibility and social inclusion: a respectful pedagogy for twenty-first century early childhood education, Karen A. Hawkins

2015 European Early Childhood Education Research Journal 22:5 723-738.


The complexities of participatory action research and the problems of power, identity and influence, Karen A. Hawkins

2015 Educational Action Research 23:4 464-478.


Higher education access and inclusion: lessons from Vietnam, Martin Hayden and Thi Ly Pham

2015 Mitigating inequality: higher education research, policy, and practice in an era of massification and stratification 11 19-33.

Transition from primary to secondary school: middle schooling concepts, Suzanne Hudson and Peter Hudson

2015 Learning to teach in the secondary school 51-67.


The school-community integrated learning pathway: exploring a new way to prepare and induct final-year preservice teachers, Suzanne Hudson, Peter Hudson, and Lenore Adie

2015 Improving Schools 18:3 221-235.


Making connections within the Asia-Pacific region: case study around the Mentoring for Effective Teaching (MET) program, Suzanne Hudson, Peter Hudson, Tammy Kwan, Cheri Chan, Evelina Maclang-Vicencio, and Ana-Liza Ani

2015 The Annual Conference of the Australian Teacher Education Association on Strengthening Partnerships in Teacher Education: Building Community, Connections and Creativity.

A ‘hidden’ curriculum of Health & Physical Education (HPE): an exploration of developed physical activities within primary school grounds, Brendon Hyndman

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

Back to the starting blocks of physical education teaching: identifying the teaching perspectives of first year pre-service physical education teachers, Brendon Hyndman

2015 ACHPER Active and Healthy Magazine 22:1 12-16.


Blog: What is the impact of sweating out HPE in top-end NT schools?, Brendon Hyndman

2015 ACHPER News.

Exploring the relationship of primary school children's enjoyment of school-based physical activities with health-related quality of life & participation in physical activity, Brendon Hyndman

2015 Values into Action: A Brighter Future: 29th ACHPER International Conference.

Finding your research voice: career directions and pathways to publish, Brendon Hyndman

2015 LEBA Postgraduate Research Conference 2015.

Should educators be ‘wrapping school playgrounds in cotton wool’ to encourage physical activity? Exploring primary and secondary students’ voices from the school playground, Brendon Hyndman

2015 Strengthening partnerships in teacher education: building community, connections and creativity’, the annual conference of the Australian Teacher Education Association (ATEA).


The heat in northern Australian classrooms could impede learning, Brendon Hyndman

2015 The Conversation.

The Lunchtime Enjoyment Activity and Play (LEAP) intervention: the possibilities for creative primary school health and physical education, Brendon Hyndman

2015 Values into Action: A Brighter Future: 29th ACHPER International Conference.


Are our school playgrounds being wrapped in cotton wool?, Brendon P. Hyndman

2015 The Conversation.


Engaging students in activities beyond the classroom: a social-ecological exploration of primary school students’ enjoyment of school-based activities, Brendon P. Hyndman

2015 Values into Action: A Brighter Future: Edited Proceedings of the 29th ACHPER International Conference 80-88.


Looking beyond the classroom walls: an insight for teachers of primary and secondary students' perceptions to enhance the school physical activity environment, Brendon P. Hyndman

2015 Values into Action: A Brighter Future: Edited Proceedings of the 29th ACHPER International Conference.