Research publications 2004

Research Publications - 2004 Archive

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Allender to Bourne

Allender, T. (2004). Cross-cultural educational ethics: How the State made and unmade education in the Raj, 1800-1919. In T. M. Ciolek (Ed) Proceedings of 15th Biennial Conference of the Asian Studies Association of Australia pp. Canberra, (29 June-2 July)

Allender, T. (2004). William Arnold and Experimental Village Education in North India, 1855-1859: A Bureaucratic Precursor to the Development of State Education in England. Historical Studies in Education (Canada), 16(1), 63-83.

Anderson, J., Sullivan, P., & White, P. (2004). The influence of perceived constraints on teachers' problem-solving beliefs and practices. In I. Putt, R. Faragher & M. McLean (Ed) Proceedings of 27th Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. Mathematics Education for the Third Millennium: Towards 2010 (Vol 1 pp. 39-46). Townsville, (27-30 June).

Anderson, J., & White, P. (2004). Problem solving in learning and teaching mathematics. In B. Perry, G. Anthony & C. Diezmann (Eds.), Research in Mathematics Education in Australasia 2002-2003 (pp. 127-150). Flaxton, Qld: Post Pressed.

Anderson, M. (2004). Devising Unities: A Recent History of Drama Education in NSW. In C. Hatton & M. Anderson (Eds.), The State of Our Art NSW Perspectives in Educational Drama (pp. 3-18). Sydney: Currency Press.

Anderson, M. (2004). Drama futures: Possibilities for research, advocacy and policy in the 21st century. NJ. (Drama Australia Journal), 28(2), 31-39.

Anderson, M. (2004). The professional development journeys of drama educators. Youth Theatre Journal, 18, 1-17.

Anderson, M., & Gibson, R. (2004). Connecting the silos: developing arts rich education. Change: Transformations in Education, 7(1), 1-11.

Andrews, I., Sullivan, G., & Minichiello, V. (2004). The philosophical and theoretical context of qualitative research. In V. Minichiello, G. Sullivan, K. Greenwood & R. Axford (Eds.), Handbook of Research Methods for Nursing and Health Science (2nd ed., pp. 59-70). Sydney: Pearson.

Applebee, A. A., Ellis, R. A., & Sheely, S. (2004). Developing a blended learning community at the University of Sydney: Broadening the comfort zone. In R. Atkinson, C. McBeath, D. Jonas-Dwyer & R. Phillips (Ed) Proceedings of 21st Annual ASCILITE Conference: Beyond the Comfort Zone (Vol 1 pp. 58-66). Perth, (5-8th Dec).

Arnold, R. M., & Hughes, J. (2004). Embodied experience: the function of empathetic intelligence in tertiary arts education. Change. Transformations in Education, 7(2), 12-21.

Asmar, C. (2004). Innovations in scholarship at a student-centered research university: An Australian example. Innovative Higher Education, 29(1), 49-66.

Asmar, C., Proude, E., & Inge, L. (2004). Unwelcome sisters'? An analysis of findings from a study of how Muslim women (and Muslim men) experience university. Australian Journal of Education, 48(1), 47-63.

Barrie, S. C. (2004). Academics' Understanding of Generic Graduate Attributes: A Framework for Assuring Quality. In R. Carmichael (Ed) Proceedings of Third Australian Universities Quality Forum (AUQF). Quality in a Time of Change pp. 108-112). Adelaide, (7-9th July).

Barrie, S. C. (2004). A research-based approach to generic graduate attributes policy. Higher Education Research and Development, 23(3), 261-275.

Bennie, A., & O'Connor, D. (2004). Running into transition: A study of elite track and field athletes. Modern Athlete and Coach, 42(2), 19-24.

Bobis, J. (2004). For the sake of the children: Maintaining the momentum of a professional development program. In M. J. Hoines & A. B. Fuglestad (Ed) Proceedings of 28th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (Vol 2 pp. 143-150). Bergen, (14-18 July).

Bobis, J. (2004). Time, resources, information overload and classroom management: Issues surrounding professional development. In B. Perry, G. Anthony & C. Diezmann (Ed) Proceedings of 27th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (Vol 1 pp. 103-110). Townsville, (27-30 June).

Bornholt, L. J. (2004). Enhancing reading self concepts that 'feed forward' to improve task choices for children with reading difficulties. Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 9, 25-27.

Bornholt, L. J., Gientzotis, J., & Cooney, G. (2004). Understanding choice behaviours: Pathways from school to university with changing aspirations and opportunities. Social Psychology of Education, 7, 211-228.

Bornholt, L. J., Piccolo, A., & O'Loughlin, M. (2004). Understanding 'identity of place': Thoughts and feelings on local, regional and national identity for adolescents and young adults in urban contexts. In H. W. Marsh, J. Baumert, G. E. Richards & U. Trautwein (Ed) Proceedings of Third International Biennial SELF Research Conference. Self-Concept, Motivation and Identity. Where to from here? pp. Berlin, (4-7July).

Bornholt, L. J., Spencer, F. H., Fisher, I. H., & Ouvrier, R. A. (2004). Cognitive screening for young children: Development and diversity in learning contexts. Journal of Child Neurology, 19(5), 313-317.

Bourne, R. J., & Whiting, P. R. (2004). A Quantitative Analysis of the Effectiveness of Contiguous, Graphemic and Phonological Interventions on Measures of Reading and Spelling Acquisition. Australian Journal of Educational & Developmental Psychology, 4, 41- 58.

Brake to Ellis

Brake, N. A., & Bornholt, L. J. (2004). Personal and social basis of children's self concepts about physical movement. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 98, 711-724.

Brew, A., & Peseta, T. (2004). Changing supervision practice: a program to encourage learning through feedback and reflection. Innovations in Education and Teaching International, 41(1), 5-22.

Campbell, C. B., & Sherington, G. E. (2004). The public comprehensive high school in New South Wales. Past, present and future. Change. Transformations in Education, 7(1), 1-16.

Christie, F. (2004). Authority and its role in the pedagogic relationship of schooling. In L. Young & C. Harrison (Eds.), Systemic Functional Linguistics and Critical Discourse Analysis. Studies in Social Change (pp. 173-201). London. New York: Continuum.

Christie, F. (2004). The study of language and subject English. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 27(1), 15-29.

Christie, F. (2004). Systemic functional linguistics and a theory of language in education. Ilha Do Desterro, 46, 13-40.

Cocks, R. J., & Watt, H. M. G. (2004). Relationships among perceived competence, intrinsic value and mastery goal orientation in English and Maths. Australian Educational Researcher, 31(2), 81-112.

Connell, R. W. (2004). Encounters with structure. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 17(1), 11-28.

Connell, R. W. (2004). Genero, sexualidad y encarnacion en la sociedad mundial: Una mirada desde el Sur. In M. C. L. Toscano (Ed.), Debates sobre el sujeto (pp. 181-193). Bogota: Siglo del Hombre Editores.

Connell, R. W. (2004). Una teoria surena. Nomadas (Colombia), 20, 36-45.

Connell, R. W. (2004). Working-class parents' views of secondary education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 8(3), 227-239.

Costello, M., & Blyth, C. (2004). Drink-spiking and sexual assault: innovative approaches to a difficult problem. Australian Social Work, 57(3), 247-258.

Crump, S. (2004). Providing access to further and higher education in regional communities: The cart or the horse? In P. A. Danaher, C. Macpherson, F. Nouwens & D. Orr (Ed) Proceedings of 3rd International Lifelong Learning Conference. Lifelong learning: Whose responsibility and what is your contribution. pp. 100-106). Rockhampton, (13-16 June).

Crump, S. (2004). Redefining VET in schools-advancing the middle classes? In P. A. Danaher, C. Macpherson, F. Nouwens & D. Orr (Ed) Proceedings of 3rd International Lifelong Learning Conference. Lifelong learning: Whose responsibility and what is your contribution pp. 94-98). Rockhampton, (13-16 June).

Day, C., & Sachs, J. M. (2004). Professionalism, performativity and empowerment: Discourses in the politics, policies and purposes of continuing professional development. In C. Day & J. M. Sachs (Eds.), International Handbook for Continuing Professional Development (pp. 3-63). Maidenhead, New York: Open University Press.

Dufficy, P. (2004). Predisposition to choose: the language of an information gap task in a multilingual primary classroom. Language Teaching Research, 8(3), 241-261.

Ellis, R. (2004). Supporting genre-based literacy pedagogy with technology - the implications for the framing and classification of the pedagogy. In L. Ravelli & R. Ellis (Eds.), Analysing Academic writing: Contextualised Frameworks (pp. 210-232). London: Continuum.

Ellis, R. A. (2004). Student approaches to learning science through writing. International Journal of Science Education, 26(15), 1835-1854.

Ellis, R. A. (2004). Supporting genre-based literacy pedagogy with technology - the implications for the framing and classification of the pedagogy. In Analysing Academic writing: Contextualised Frameworks (1st ed.). London: Continuum.

Ellis, R. A., & Calvo, R. A.] (2004). Learning Through Discussions in Blended Environments. Educational Media International, 40(1), 263-275.

Ellis, R. A., Calvo, R. A., Levy, D., & Tan, K. (2004). Learning through discussions. Higher Education Research and Development, 23(1), 73-93.

Ewing to Heng

Ewing, R. (2004). Using Drama to Enhance Students' Storying in Primary Classrooms. In C. Hatton & M. Anderson (Eds.), The State of Our Art NSW Perspectives in Educational Drama (pp. 33-42). Sydney: Currency Press.

Ewing, R., & Smith, D. (2004). Locating new epiphanies. In A. L. Cole, L. Neilsen, J. G. Knowles & T. C. Luciani (Eds.), Provoked by Art: Theorizing Arts-informed Research (Vol. 2, pp. 147-158). Nova Scotia: Backalong Books.

Fearnley-Sander, M., Moss, J., & Harbon, L. (2004). Reading for meaning: problematizing inclusion in Indonesian civic education. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 8(2), 203-219.

Fittler, K. (2004). Research as a stimulus for learning and development. In D. Tidwell, L. Fitzgerald & M. Heston (Ed) Proceedings of Fifth International Conference on Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices. Journeys of hope: Risking self-study in a diverse world pp. 104-107). Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, UK, (27 Jun-1 Jul).

Fittler, K. L., & Gordon, S. (2004). An activity theory perspective on a teacher's development engaging in a science learning project. In I. Verenikina & H. Hasan (Ed) Proceedings of International Society for Cultural and Activity Theory Research (ISCAR) Regional Conference pp. 162-169). Wollongong, (12-13 Jul).

Georgakis, S. (2004). Greek athletes outside Greece. In S. Georgakis (Ed.), Back to Olympia. The Olympic Games across Four Millennia 2000-2004 (pp. 91-104). Sydney: JobA Press.

Georgakis, S. (2004). The Olympic Games 394AD-1896AD. In S. Georgakis (Ed.), Back to Olympia. The Olympic Games across Four Millennia 2000-2004 (pp. 33-46). Sydney: JobA Press.

Ginns, P., & Barrie, S. C. (2004). Reliability of single-item ratings of quality in higher education: a replication. Psychological Reports, 95, 1023-1030.

Goodyear, P.(2004). Patterns, pattern languages and educational design. In R. Atkinson, C. McBeath, D. Jonas-Dwyer & R. Phillips (Ed) Proceedings of 21st ASCILITE Conference. Beyond the comfort zone (Vol 1 pp. 339-347). Perth, (5-8 Dec)

Goodyear, P., Jones, C., Asensio, M., Hodgson, V., & Steeples, C. (2004). Undergraduate students' experiences of networked learning in UK higher education. In P. Goodyear, S. Banks, V. Hodgson & D. McConnell (Eds.), Advances in Research on Networked Learning (Vol. 4, pp. 91-122). Boston,Dordrecht,NewYork,London: Kluwer Academic Publishers Group.

Gordon, S. (2004). Reflections on student and teacher co-development in a Mathematics Learning Centre. In D. Tidwell, L. Fitzgerald & M. Heston (Ed) Proceedings of Fifth International Conference on Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices. Journeys of hope: Risking self-study in a diverse world pp. 125-128). Herstmonceux Castle, East Sussex, UK, (27 Jun-1 Jul).

Gordon, S. (2004). Understanding students' experiences of statistics in a service course. Statistics Education Research Journal, 3(1), 40-59.

Groundwater-Smith, S., & Dadds, M. (2004). Critical practitioner inquiry: Towards responsible professional communities of practice. In C. Day & J. Sachs (Eds.), International Handbook on the Continuing Professional Development of Teachers (pp. 238-263). Maidenhead New York: Open University Press.

Hand, M., Mackenzie, J. D., Gardner, P., & Tan, C. (2004). Religious upbringing: a rejoinder and responses. Journal of Philosophy of Education, 38(4), 639-662.

Handel, B., & Bobis, J. (2004). Teaching mathematics thematically: Teachers' perspectives. Mathematics Education Research Journal, 16(1), 3-18.

Hatton, C. (2004). Exploring the 'potential space' of drama in the secondary classroom. In C. Hatton & M. Anderson (Eds.), The State of Our Art NSW Perspectives in Educational Drama (pp. 104-117). Sydney: Currency Press.

Hatton, C. (2004). On the edge of realities: drama, learning and adolescent girls. NJ (Drama Australia Journal), 28(1), 87-103.

Healy, K., Hampshire, A., & Ayres, L. (2004). Beyond the local: Extending the social capital discourse. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 39(3), 329-342.

Healy, K., & Meagher, G. A. (2004). The reprofessionalization of social work: Collaborative approaches for achieving professional recognition. British Journal of Social Work, 34(2), 243-260.

Heng, K. T., & Prosser, M. (2004). Qualitatively different ways of differentiating student acheivement: a phenomenographic study of grade descriptors. Assessment and Evaluation in Higher Education, 29, 267-282.

Hughes to Marsh

Hughes, J. (2004). Playscripts and performance. In W. Sawyer & E. Gold (Eds.), Reviewing English in the 21st Century (pp. 166-174). Melbourne: Phoenix Education.

Hughes, J. (2004). Researching drama as a learning medium for text comprehension. In C. Hatton & M. Anderson (Eds.), The State of Our Art: NSW Perspectives in Educational Drama (pp. 56-65). Sydney: Currency Press.

Hulsbosch, M. (2004). The Power of Ethnic Ambonese Underwear. In P. Sharrad & A. Collett (Eds.), Reinventing Textiles: Post Colonialism and Creativity (Vol. 3, pp. 37 - 50). Bristol: Telos Art Publishing.

Irwin, J., & Napier, L. (2004). (Re)forming field education: Creating opportunities to maximise students' learning on placement. Women in Welfare Education, 7, 106-116.

Jasutiene, E., & Markauskaite, L. (2004). Atviro kodo virtualios mokymosi aplinkos taikymo bendrojo lavinimo mokyklose galimybiu tyrimas (The investigation of possibilities to use open source virtual learning environments in general schools). Lietuvos matematiku rinkinys (Lithuanian Mathematical Journal), 44, 281-286.

Jones, J. (2004). Learning to Write in the Disciplines: The Application of Systemic Functional Linguistic Theory to the Teaching and Research of Student Writing in Australia. In L. Ravelli & R. Ellis (Eds.), Analysing Academic writing: Contextualised Frameworks (pp. 254-273). London: Continuum.

Jones, P. W. (2004). Taking the credit: Financing and policy linkages in the education portfolio of the World Bank. In G. Steiner-Khamsi (Ed.), The Global Politics of Educational Borrowing and Lending. New York: Teachers College Press.

Lane, M., & Henry, K. (2004). Beyond symptoms: Crime prevention and community development. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 39(2), 201-213.

Laws, K., & McLeod, R. (2004). Case study and Grounded Theory: Sharing some alternative qualitative research methodologies with systems professionals. In M. Kennedy, G. W. Winch, R. S. Lager, J. I. Rowe & J. M. Yanni (Ed) Proceedings of 22nd International Conference of the Systems Dynamics Society pp. 78 link to paper). Oxford, (25-29 July).

Leung, Y. W., & Ng, S. W. (2004). Back to square one: The 're-depoliticizing' of civic education in Hong Kong. Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 24(1), 43-60.

Light, R. (2004). Coaches' experiences of Game Sense: opportunities and challenges. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 9(2), 115-131.

Light, R. (2004). Implementing a Game Sense approach in youth sport coaching: Challenges, change and resistance. Waikato Journal of Education, 10, 169-180.

Light, R., & Pickford, M. (2004). Competing discourses of school sport and media-sport: Primary school students' responses to violence in media representations of Australian football. ACHPER Healthy Lifestyles Journal, 51(2), 23-27.

Light, R., & Tan, S. (2004). Early career teachers' experiences of implementing TGfU/GCA in Australia and Singapore. In M. K. Chin, L. D. Hensley, P. Cote & S.-H. Chen (Ed) Proceedings of 2nd International Conference for Physical Educators 2004 (ICPE2004). Global Perspectives in the Integration of Physical Activity, Sports, Dance, and Excercise Science in Physical Education: From Theory to Practice. pp. 321-330). Hong Kong, (4-10 July).

MacCann, R., & Stanley, G. (2004). Estimating the standard error of the judging in a modified-Angoff standards setting procedure. Practical Assessment, Research and Evaluation, 9(5),

Mackenzie, J. D. (2004). The ballad of ugly Dave. In F. Jackson & G. Priest (Eds.), Lewisian Themes: The Philosophy of David K. Lewis (pp. 138-139). Oxford: Clarendon Press.

Mackenzie, J. D. (2004). Neil Cranston on revolutionary leadership. Change. Transformations in Education, 7(1), 64-76.

Mackenzie, J. D. (2004). no title. In J. Ozolins (Ed) Proceedings of 33rd Annual PESA Conference. Education and Values pp. 91-96). Melbourne, (26-27 Nov).

Mackenzie, J. D. (2004). Religious upbringing is not as Michael Hand describes. Journal of Philosophy of Education, 38(1), 129-142.

Manuel, J. (2004). Connecting voices: Effective engagement and pedagogy in oral English. In W. Sawyer & E. Gold (Eds.), Reviewing English in the 21st Century (pp. 73-85). Melbourne: Phoenix Education.

Marcus, G., Taylor, R., & Ellis, R. A. (2004). Implications for the design of online case-based learning activities based on the student blended learning experience. In R. Atkinson, C. McBeath, D. Jonas-Dwyer & R. Phillips (Ed) Proceedings of 21st Annual ASCILITE Conference. Beyond the Comfort Zone (Vol 1 pp. 577-586). Perth, (5-8th DEc)

Markauskaite, L. (2004). Framework for educational software quality assurance in Lithuania. Informatics in Education, 3(2), 289-308.

Markauskaite, L. (2004). Policies for enhancing students' ICT literacy in small developing countries. In E. McKay (Ed) Proceedings of International Conference on Computers in Education 2004 pp. 1333-1338). Melbourne, (30 Nov-3 Dec).

Markauskaite, L. (2004). Provision of Lithuanian secondary schools with educational software and content: State of the art and challenges for future. Socialiniai Mokslai (Social Sciences), 45(3), 70-83.

Markauskaite, L., & Dagiene, V. (2004). Kompiuterinio rastingumo samprata Lietuvos svietime (The concept of computer literacy in Lithuanian education). Informacijos Mokslai (Information Sciences), 31, 55-72.

Marsh, H. W., Dowson, M., Pietsch, J., & Walker, R. (2004). Why multicollinearity matters: A reexamination of relations between self-efficacy, self-concept, and achievement. Journal of Educational Psychology, 96(3), 518-522.

McShane to Pietsch

McShane, K. (2004). Integrating Face-to-face and Online Teaching: Academics' role concept and teaching choices. Teaching in Higher Education, 9(1), 3-16.

Megarrity, L. (2004). The 1900s: A Forgotten Turning Point in Queensland History. Queensland Review, 11(1), 65-81.

Meijers, F., & Te Riele, K. (2004). From controlling to constructive: Youth unemployment policy in Australia and the Netherlands. Journal of Social Policy, 33(1), 3-25.

Milton, J. (2004). Sexuality education and primary schools: experiences and practices of mothers and teachers in four Sydney schools. ACHPER Healthy Lifestyles Journal, 51(4), 18-24.

Milton, J., & Berne, L. (2004). Condom and contraceptive availability for young people: Do Australian teachers, parents and school counsellors support access in school settings? ACHPER Healthy Lifestyles Journal, 51(1), 7-11.

Ng, A. K., & Smith, I. D. (2004). Why is there a paradox in promoting creativity in the Asian classroom. In S. Lau, A. N. N. Hui & G. Y. C. Ng (Eds.), Creativity: When East Meets West (pp. 87-112). Singapore: World Scientific.

O'Connor, D. (2004). Groin injuries in professional rugby players: a prospective study. Journal of Sports Sciences, 22(7), 629-636.

O'Dea, J. A. (2004). Evidence for a self-esteem approach in the prevention of body image and eating problems among children and adolescents. Eating Disorders: the journal of treatment and prevention, 12, 225-241.

O'Dea, J. A. (2004). Prevention of child obesity: first, do no harm. Health Education Research. Advance Access Online ( 24), 1-7.

O'Dea, J. A., Schlumbom, V., E., & Kohn, M. (2004). Vegetarianism in children and adolescents. Journal of Paediatrics, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, May/June, 87-96.

O'Hara, A. (2004). Effect of virtual classrooms on student learning and self-confidence. In F. Malpica, F. Welsch, A. Tremante, M. Chang & Y.-T. Hsia (Ed) Proceedings of International Conference on Education and Information Systems: Technologies and Applications (Vol 1 Application of Information and Communication Technologies in Education and Training, pp. 236-240). Florida, (21-25 July).

O'Loughlin, M., Birdsall, B., Piccolo, A., Russell, L. A., & Bornholt, L. J. (2004). Identity, attachment and belonging for young adults in Australia: Exploring implicit and explicit understandings of self and nation. In H. W. Marsh, J. Baumert, G. E. Richards & U. Trautwein (Ed) Proceedings of 3rd International Biennial SELF Research Conference pp. Berlin, (4-7 July).

Osborne, A. (2004). Paleokarst. In J. Gunn (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Caves and Karst Science (pp. 559-561). New York, London: Fitzroy Dearborn.

Osborne, A. (2004). Tales from marble halls: geology and geomorphology of Wombeyan Caves. In R. Ellis (Ed.), Caves and Karst of Wombeyan (pp. 55-71). Sydney: The Sydney Speleological Society Inc.

Osborne, A. (2004). The trouble with cupolas. Acta Carsologica, 33(2), 10-36.

Osborne, R. A. L. (2002). Cave breakdown by vadose weathering. International Journal of Speleology, 31(1/4), 37-53.

Paltridge, B. (2004). Academic writing. Language Teaching, 37(2), 87-105.

Paltridge, B. (2004). The exegesis as a genre: An ethnographic examination. In L. Ravelli & R. Ellis (Eds.), Analyzing Academic Writing: Contextualised Frameworks. London: Continuum.

Phillips, R. (2004). Democracy, advocacy and critique: the search for civil approaches for community development. In K. Brown, J. Boulet, P. Connors, L. Hawkins, S. Kenny, L. Kerr, R. Leonard & R. Phillips (Ed) Proceedings of Community Development Human Rights and the Grassroots. A Conference to Explore and Celebrate the Role of Community Development Today pp. 207-219). Melbourne, (14-18 April).

Phillips, R. (2004). From waves of action to the 'dead calm' - Policy responses violence against women in the new millenium. Women in Welfare Education, 7, 17-32.

Phillips, R. (2004). Global social policy: Expanding social policy ideas in social work teaching in Australia. Advances in Social Work and Welfare Education, 6(1), 64-76.

Pietsch, J. (2004). Collaborative learning in mathematics: Transforming classroom activity within mathematics classrooms. In I. Verenikina & H. Hasan (Ed) Proceedings of International Society for Cultural and Activity Research (ISCAR) Regional Conference pp. 49-62). Wollongong, (12-13 July).

Porter to Tait

Porter, M., Russell, C., & Sullivan, G. (2004). Gay, old and poor: Service delivery to aging gay men in inner city Sydney, Australia. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services, 16(2), 43-57.

Prosser, M. (2004). A student learning perspective on problem-base learning. European Journal of Dental Education, 8, 51-58.

Robinson, R. A. (2004). Pathways to completion: patterns of progression through a university degree. Higher Education, 47(1), 1-20.

Rose, D. (2002/2003). The structuring of experience in the grammars of Pitjantjatjara and English. Languages in Contrast, 4(1), 45-74.

Rose, D. (2004). Metafunctional profile of the grammar of Pitjantjatjara. In J. R. M. Alice Caffarel, Christian M.I.M. Matthiessen. (Ed.), Language typology : a functional perspective. Amsterdam ; Philadelphia: John Benjamins.

Rose, D. (2004). Sequencing and pacing of the hidden curriculum: how Indigenous learners are left out of the chain. In J. Muller, B. Davies & A. Morais (Eds.), Reading Bernstein, Researching Bernstein (pp. 91-107). London and New York: RoutledgeFalmer.

Rose, D., Lui-Chivizhe, L., McKnight, A., & Smith, A. (2003). Scaffolding academic reading and writing at the Koori Centre. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 32, 41-49.

Sachdev, M. (2004). Social perspectives of India's higher education system. In J. Renner & J. Cross (Ed) Proceedings of EDU-COM 2004: New Challenges for Sustainability & Growth in Higher Education pp. 332-342). Khon Kaen, Thailand, (24-26 Nov).

Scanlon, L. (2004). "I've learnt to think. Not being taught something but thinking for myself": Engaging students in authentic university learning experiences in senior high school. Teaching and Learning, 25(1), 79-88.

Scanlon, L. (2004). "She just blends and just comes down to our level and communicates with us like we're people": Students' perceptions of quality teaching and teacher standards. Change. Transformations in Education, 7(1), 93-108.

Sherington, G., & Campbell, C. (2004). Australian liberalism, the middle class and public education: From Henry Parkes to John Howard. Education Research and Perspectives, 31(2), 59-77.

Sherington, G. E. (2004). Greek influences at the University of Sydney. In S. Georgakis (Ed.), Back to Olympia. The Olympic Games across Four Millennia 2000-2004 (pp. 61-75). Sydney: JobA Press.

Sherington, G. E. (2004). Public Commitment and Private Choice in Australian Secondary Education. In R. Aldrich (Ed.), Public or Private Education? Lessons from History (pp. 167-188). London: Woburn Press.

Sigafoos, J., Drasgow, E., Reichle, J., O'Reilly, M., & Tait, K. (2004). Tutorial: Teaching communicative rejecting to children with severe disabilities. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 13, 31-42.

Sim, J., & Adler, S. (2004). The role of secondary social studies in educating Singapore's citizens. Teaching and Learning, 25(2), 161-170.

Simpson, A. (2003). Book raps as online multimodal communication. Towards a model of interactive pedagogy. International Journal of Learning, 10, 2705-2714.

Simpson, A. (2004). Online discussions as a tool for learning: A case study of the benefits of ICT use in a first year teacher education context. Malaysian Online Journal of Instructional Technology (MOJIT), 1(2),

Simpson, A. (2004). What happens when a book gets judged by its cover? The importance of a critical understanding of images in children's picture books. Book Bird: A journal of international children's literature, 42(3), 28-36.

Simpson, A., & Ollila, M. (2004). Dimensions of design: A comparison of professional development in two on-line learning communities. In Kinshuk, C.-K. Looi, E. Sutinen, D. Sampson, I. Aedo, L. Uden & E. Kahkonen (Ed) Proceedings of 4th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies pp. 271-275). Finland, (30 Aug-1 Sept).

Tait, K., Sigafoos, J., Woodyatt, G., O'Reilly, M., & Lancioni, G. (2004). Evaluating parent use of functional communication training to replace and enhance prelinguistic behaviours in six children with developmental and physical disabilities. Disability and Rehabilitation, 26(21/22), 1241-1254.

Thomas to Zumbach

Thomas, A. (2004). Digital literacies of the cybergirl. E-Learning, 1(3),

Thomas, D. (2004). The co-regulation of medical discipline: Challenging medical peer review. Journal of Law and Medicine, 11(3), 382-389.

Trigwell, K., & Prosser, M. (2004). Development and Use of the Approaches to Teaching Inventory. Educational Psychology Review, 16, 409-426.

Unsworth, L., Thomas, A., & Bush, R. (2004). The role of images and image-text relations in group 'Basic Skills Tests' of literacy for children in the primary school years. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 27(1), 46-65.

Walker, R., Pressick-Kilborn, K., Arnold, L., & Sainsbury, E. (2004). Investigating motivation in context: Developing sociocultural perspectives. European Psychologist, 9(4), 245-256.

Wang, W. (2004). A contrastive analysis of letters to the editor in Chinese and English. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 27(1), 72-88.

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