Publications authored by higher-degree-research students in 2009

Doctoral Studies Student Publications - 2009 Archive

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Books

  • Anderson, M & Jefferson, M. (2009). Teaching the screen: Film education for generation next. Crows Nest, NSW: Allen & Unwin.

  • Eadie, E. N. (2009) Animal suffering and the law – national, regional, and international. West Lakes, SA: Seaview Press.

  • Manuel, J. & Carter, D. (eds) (2009) The English teacher’s handbook, A to Z. Sydney: Phoenix Education.


Book chapters

  • Jefferson, M. (2009). Rich performance tasks: Re-imagining multimedia drama in the English classroom. In J. Manuel, P. Brock, D. Carter & W. Sawyer (Eds.), Imagination Innovation Creativity. Re-visioning English in Education (pp. 145-158). Sydney, Australia: Phoenix Education.

  • Jefferson, M. and Anderson, M. (2009) Enter the matrix: The relationship between drama and film. In Drama Education with Digital Technology (pp. 184–201). GBR: Continuum International Publis.

  • Manuel, J., Brock, P., Sawyer, W., & Carter, D. (2009). "What is within becomes what is around": Imagination, innovation, creativity. In J. Manuel, P. Brock, D. Carter & W. Sawyer (Eds.), Imagination, Innovation, Creativity: Re-Visioning English in Education (pp. 3-12). Sydney: Phoenix Education.

  • McGeoch, K., & Hughes, J. (2009). Digital storytelling and drama: Language, image and empathy. In M. Anderson, J. Carroll & D. Cameron (Eds.), Drama Education with Digital Technology (pp. 113-128). London: Continuum.


Journal articles

  • Abu-Rayya, H. M., & Abu-Rayya, M. H. (2009). Acculturation, religious identity, and psychological well-being among Palestinians in Israel. International Journal of Intercultural Relations, 33, 325-331.

  • Abu-Rayya, H. M., & Abu-Rayya, M. H. (2009). Attitude towards Islam: Adaptation and initial validation of the Francis Scale of Attitude towards Christianity in a sample of Israeli-Arab Muslims. Archive for the Psychology of Religion, 31, 115-122.

  • Abu-Rayya, H. M., & Abu-Rayya, M. H. (2009). Ethnic identification, religious identity, and psychological well-being among Muslim and Christian Palestinians in Israel. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 12(2), 147-155.

  • Brady, L. (2009). Teaching Shakespeare through the arts: new possibilities from Shakespeare's Globe Theatre. The International Journal of The Arts in Society, 4(3), 259–268.
  • Chong, S. & Ho, P. (2009) Quality Teaching and Learning - A QA Framework for Initial Teacher Preparation Programs. International Journal of Management in Education, 3, 302–314.
  • Cinelli, R. L. and O'Dea, J. (2009) Body image and obesity among Australian adolescents from indigenous and Anglo-European backgrounds: implications for health promotion and obesity prevention among Aboriginal youth. Health Education Research, Advance Access published on August 3, 2009; doi:10.1093/her/cyp040.

  • Conyer, B. (2009). How do teachers think about pluralism in a Jewish community school? Journal of Beliefs & Values, 30(2), 159-171.

  • Conyer, B. (2009). Pluralism and its purposeful introduction to a Jewish day school. Religious Education, 104(5), 463-478.

  • Crawford, S., & Elliott, R., T. (2009). Teaching adults to read Braille using phonological methods: Single-case studies. Journal of Visual Impairment & Blindness, 103(1), 30-43.
  • Ellis, N. J., Armstrong, A. C. & Groundwater-Smith, S. (2009) Academics' views of the value of action research in secondary schools. Synergy, 29, 12-18.

  • Li, H., & Armstrong, D. (2009). Is there a correlation between academic achievement and behavior in Mainland Chinese students? Asian Social Science, 5(4), 3–9.

  • Li, H. & Bornholt, L. (2009). Self-concepts and parental reports on children's social skills at home. International Journal of Psychological Studies, 1(1), 2–9.

  • Lingard, J., Batmanian, L., Vella, G., Cathers, I., & Gonzalez Uglade, C. (2009). Do students with well-aligned perceptions of question difficulty perform better? Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 34, 603-619.

  • Lo, W. Y. (2009). Understanding and attitudes towards moral and civic education among primary school teachers in Hong Kong. Asian Social Science, 5(7), 3–17.

  • Mai, L., & Gibson, R. (2009). The young child and the masterpiece: A review of the literature on aesthetic experiences in early childhood. International Journal of the Arts in Society, 4(3), 357-368.

  • Mansour, M., & Martin, A.J. (2009). Home, parents, and achievement motivation: A study of key home and parental factors that predict student motivation and engagement. Australian Educational and Developmental Psychologist, 26, 111-126.

  • Martin, A., Marsh, H., McInerney, D., & Green, J. (2009). Young people's interpersonal relationships and academic and non-academic outcomes: Scoping the relative salience of teachers, parents, same-sex peers, and opposite-sex peers. Teachers College Record, http://www.tcrecord.org/Home.asp, March 23, 2009, ID Number: 15593.

  • Parker, P.D., & Martin, A.J. (2009). Coping and buoyancy in the workplace: Understanding their effects on teachers' work-related well-being and engagement. Teaching and Teacher Education, 25, 68–75.

  • Rhodes, D. (2009). Out of the silence: Bridging the queer divide in Australian secondary English classrooms. English in Australia, 44(2), 43-52.
  • Rushton, K. (2009). Books and reading: Tools or toys? TESOL in Context. Pedagogies of Connection, S2(May).


Conference papers

  • Aditomo, A. & Reimann, P. (2009). Identifying learning opportunities in online collaboration: a variation theory approach. In Kong, S.C., Ogata, H., Arnseth, H.C., Chan, C.K.K., Hirashima, T., Klett, F., Lee, J.H.M., Liu, C.C., Looi, C.K., Milrad, M., Mitrovic, A., Nakabayashi, K., Wong, S.L., Yang, S.J.H. (eds.) Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Computers in Education (pp. 261–268). Hong Kong, 30 November - 4 December 2009.
  • Atkinson, S., Weeks, R., Barbaux-Couper, M.-T., O'Hara, A., Waugh, F., & Egan, S. (2009). Making the move from static to activity-based e-learning: investigation of a possible model. Paper included in the Proceedings of the EDULEARN09: International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies. Barcelona, Spain.

  • Cope, J. (2009). Accessing the vocational college from an ESL perspective: A system of genres analysis. University of Sydney Papers in TESOL, 4, 21-55.

  • Dave, K. (2009). Design patterns for computer-supported groupwork. Paper included in the Proceedings of the ASCILITE 2009 26th conference: Same places, different spaces. Auckland, NZ.

  • Fielding, R. (2009, 21-24 Nov 2007). Bilingual education in an Australian primary school: Student identification with more than one language. Paper included in the Proceedings of the LED 2007 2nd International Conference on Language, Education and Diversity Conference. University of Waikato, NZ.

  • Gunawardena, H., Bagnall, N., Georgakis, S., & Wilson, R. (2009, 7-9 Dec 2009). The educational and socio-cultural experience of Indian students at an Australian metropolitan university: Why urgent review is needed. Paper included in the Proceedings of the IASK International Conference, Teaching and Learning 2009. Porto, Portugal.

  • Newman, H., & Way, J. (2009, 5-9 Jul 2009). Teacher perception and motivational style. Paper included in the Proceedings of the 32nd annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. Crossing divides. Palmerston North, NZ.

  • Reimann, P., Aditomo, A., & Thompson, K. (2009). Students engaged in collaborative modelling. Paper included in the Proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Computer Supported Collaborative Learning (CSCL2009). Rhodes, Greece.

  • Spandagou, I., Evans, D., & Little, C. (2009, 30 Nov-4 Dec 2008). Primary education preservice teachers’ attitudes on inclusion and perceptions on preparedness to respond to classroom diversity. Paper included in the Proceedings of the AARE 2008 International Education Research Conference. Changing climates: Education for Sustainable Futures. Brisbane.

  • Sainsbury, E., & Walker, R. A. (2009, 1-2 Oct 2009). Motivation, learning and group work - the effect of friendship on collaboration. Paper included in the Proceedings of the UniServe Science, The University of Sydney Conference. Motivating Science Undergraduates: Ideas and interventions. University of Sydney, Sydney.

  • Zhong, H., & Hirsh, D. (2009). Vocabulary growth in an English as a foreign language context. University of Sydney Papers in TESOL, 4, 85-113.