Research publications 2005

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Research Publications - 2005 Archive

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Anderson to Bornholt

Anderson, J. (2005). Implementing problem solving in mathematics classrooms: What support do teachers want? In P. Clarkson, A. Downton, D. Gronn, M. Horne, A. McDonough, R. Pierce & A. Roche (Ed) Proceedings of Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. Building Connections: Theory, Research and Practice (vol 1 pp. 89-96). Melbourne, (7-9th July 2005)

Anderson, J. (2005). Reflecting on implementing problem-solving practices in primary mathematics: Two teachers' stories. In J. Clark & M. Maguire (Ed) Proceedings of 12th ISATT International Conference. Challenges for the profession: Perspectives and directions for teachers, teaching and teacher education Sydney, (3-6 July 2005)

Anderson, J. (2005). Working mathematically in NSW classrooms: An opportunity to implement quality teaching and learning. In M. Coupland, J. Anderson & T. Spencer (Ed) Proceedings of Twentieth Bienniel Conference of The Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers. Making Mathematics Vital Sydney, (17-20 Jan 2005)

Anderson, J., & Bobis, J. (2005). Reform-oriented teaching practices: A survey of primary school teachers. In H. Chick & J. Vincent (Ed) Proceedings of 29th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (vol 2 pp. 65-72). Melbourne, (10-15 July 2005)

Anderson, J., White, P., & Sullivan, P. (2005). Using a schematic model to represent influences on, and relationships between, teachers' problem-solving beliefs and practices. Mathematics Education Research Journal, 17(2), 9-38.

Anderson, M. (2005). New stages: Challenges for teaching the aesthetics of drama online. Journal of Aesthetic Education, 39(2), 2-12.

Armstrong, D. (2005). Reinventing 'inclusion': New Labour and the cultural politics of special education. Oxford Review of Education, 31(1), 135-152.

Bagnall, N. F. (2005). The International Baccalaureate in Australia and New Zealand in the 21st Century. Change: Transformations in Education, 8(1), 110-123.

Bagnall, N. F. (2005). Post-compulsory schooling in a globalised marketplace. In N. F. Bagnall (Ed.), Youth Transition in a Globalized Marketplace (pp. 1-15). New York: Nova Science.

Bagnall, N. F. (2005). Teacher cultural reflection and cultural action learning: researching a cultural dimension in teacher education. Ethnography and Education European Review, 4, 101-116.

Bagnall, N. F. (2005). Vocational education versus liberal/general education. In N. F. Bagnall (Ed.), Youth Transition in a Globalized Marketplace (pp. 17-36). New York: Nova Science.

Bagnall, N. F. (2005). Where to now? In N. F. Bagnall (Ed.), Youth Transition in a Globalized Marketplace (pp. 177-187). New York: Nova Science.

Bagnall, N. F. (2005). Youth transition in France. Education and Society, 23(2), 29-42.

Barty, K., Thomson, P., Blackmore, J., & Sachs, J. M. (2005). Unpacking the issues: Researching the shortage of school principals in two states in Australia. Australian Educational Researcher, 32(3), 1-18.

Beveridge, S., Groundwater-Smith, S., Kemmis, S., & Wasson, D. (2005). Professional Learning that Makes a Difference: Successful strategies implemented by Priority Action Schools. Journal of In-Service Education, 31(4), 697-710.

Bobis, J., & Bobis, E. (2005). The empty number line: Making children’s thinking visible. In M. Coupland, J. Anderson & T. Spencer (Ed) Proceedings of 20th Biennial Conference of the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers: Making Mathematics Vital (pp.66-72). Sydney, (17-20 Jan 2005)

Bobis, J., Clarke, B., Clarke, D., Thomas, G., Wright, R., Young-Loveridge, J., et al. (2005). Supporting teachers in the development of young children’s mathematical thinking: Three large scale cases. Mathematics Education Research Journal, 16(3), 27-57.

Bornholt, L. J. (2005). ASK-KIDS Self Concept Inventory. Melbourne: ACER Press.

Bornholt, L. J. (2005). Aspects of self-knowledge about activities: An integrated model of self-concepts. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, 21(3), 156-164.

Bornholt, L. J., Brake, N., Thomas, S., Russell, L. A., Madden, S., Anderson, G., et al. (2005). Understanding affective and cognitive self-evaluations about the body for adolescent girls. British Journal of Health Psychology, 10(4), 485-503.

Bornholt, L. J., & Piccolo, A. (2005). Individuality, belonging, and children's self concepts: A motivational spiral model of self-evaluation, performance, and participation in physical activities. Applied Psychology. An International Review, 54(4), 515-536.

Bornholt, L. J., Poole, M. E., & Hattie, J. (2005). How satisfied are women and men with their academic work? The impact of gender, discipline area and academic rank in Australia. In A. Welch (Ed.), The Professoriate. Profile of a Profession (Vol. 7, pp. 113-131). Dordrecht: Springer.


Campbell to Evans

Campbell, C. B. (2005). Changing school loyalties and the middle class: A reflection on the developing fate of state comprehensive high schooling. Australian Educational Researcher, 32(1), 3-24.

Cassity, E. (2005). Going for global: Youth transition in the South Pacific. In N. Bagnall (Ed.), Youth Transition in a Globalised Marketplace (pp. 141-162). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Christie, F. (2005). Using the functional grammar to understand children's written texts. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, S/19, 9-22.

Christie, F., & Unsworth, L. (2005). Developing dimensions of an educational linguistics. In R. Hasan, C. Matthiessen & J. Webster (Eds.), Continuing Discourse on Language. A functional perspective (pp. 217-250). London. Oakville: Equinox.

Chun, H. (2005). Teachers as multimedia designers? Rethinking prospective teachers making multimedia learning packages. In H. Goss (Ed) Proceedings of 22nd ASCILITE Conference. Balance, Fidelity, Mobility: maintaining the momentum? (Vol 1 pp. 281-288). Brisbane, (4-7 Dec 2005)

Connell, R. W. (2005). Australia and world sociology. In J. Germov & T. R. McGee (Eds.), Histories of Australian Sociology (pp. 3-28). Melbourne: Melbourne University Press.

Connell, R. W. (2005). Change among the gatekeepers: Men, masculinities and gender equality in the global arena. Signs, 30(3), 1801-1825.

Connell, R. W. (2005). Globalization, imperialism and masculinities. In M. S. Kimmel, J. Hearn & R. W. Connell (Eds.), Handbook of Studies on Men & Masculinities (pp. 71-89). Thousand Oaks, California: Sage.

Connell, R. W. (2005). Growing up masculine: Rethinking the significance of adolescence in the making of masculinities. Irish Journal of Sociology, 14(2), 11-28.

Connell, R. W. (2005). Masculinities (2nd Ed.). Cambridge, UK: Polity Press.

Connell, R. W. (2005). A really good husband: Work / life balance, gender equity and social change. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 40(3), 369-383.

Connell, R. W., & Crawford, J. (2005). Are we postmodern yet? The cultural politics of Australian intellectual workers. Australian Journal of Political Science, 40(1), 1-15.

Connell, R. W., Crawford, J., & Wood, J. (2005). The global connections of intellectual workers: An Australian study. International Sociology, 20(1), 5-26.

Connell, R. W., & Messerschmidt, J. W. (2005). Hegemonic masculinity. Rethinking the concept. Gender & Society, 19(6), 829-859.

Connell, R. W., & Wood, J. (2005). Globalization and business masculinities. Men and Masculinities, 7(4), 347-364.

Costello, M., Chung, D.-C., & Carson, S. (2005). Exploring alternative pathways out of poverty: making connections between domestic violence and employment practices. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 40(2), 253-267.

Crump, S., & Stanley, G. (2005). The development of vocational education and training in a senior secondary certificate of education. Journal of Vocational Education and Training, 57(2), 127-148.

Crump, S. J. (2005). Changing Times in the Classroom: Teaching as a 'crowded profession'. International Studies in Sociology of Education, 15(1), 31-48.

Crump, S. J., & Slee, R. (2005). Robbing public to pay private: Two cases of refinancing education infrastructure in Australia. Journal of Education Policy, 20(2), 243-258.

Dufficy, P. (2005). 'Becoming' in classroom talk. Prospect, 20(1), 59-81.

Dufficy, P. (2005). Designing learning for diverse classrooms. Sydney: PETA
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Edwards, K. (2005). Dissassociation or greater democracy? Talking with youth about political engagement. In R. Julian, R. Rottier & R. White (Ed) Proceedings of The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) 2005 Conference . Hobart, Tasmania, (5-8 Dec 2005)

Evans, D. (2005). The place of contemporary special education: Voices and experiences from the field. In F. Bryer (Ed) Proceedings of 30th National Conference of the Australian Association of Special Education. Making Meaning: Creating Connections that Value Diversity (pp. 54-62). Brisbane, (23-25 Sep 2005)


Ewing to King

Ewing, R., & Manuel, J. (2005). Retaining Quality Early Career teacher in the Profession: New Teacher Narratives. Change: Transformations in Education, 8(1), 1-16

Fawcett, B., & Karban, K. (2005). Contemporary Mental Health: Theory, Policy and Practice. Routledge: London and New York.

Fawcett, B., & South, J. (2005). Community involvement and Primary Care Trusts: The case for social entrepreneurship. Critical Public Health, 15(2), 191-204.

Finkelstein, J., & Goodwin, S. (2005). The Sociological Bent. Inside Metro Culture. Melbourne: Thomson.

Georgakis, S., & Light, R. (2005). The Athens of the South: Sport in Australian Society. Modern Greek Studies (Australia and New Zealand) , 13(-), 58-74.

George, J. (2005). The Madrid Plan of Action on Ageing 2002 and social work. Asia Pacific Journal of Social Work and Development, 15(1), 51-61.

Goodwin, S. (2005). 'Community' and social inclusion. In P. Smyth, T. Reddell & A. Jones (Eds.), Community and Local Governance in Australia (pp. 94-107). Sydney: UNSW Press.

Goodyear, P. (2005). Educational design and networked learning: patterns, pattern languages and design practice. Australian Journal of Educational Technology, 21(1), 82-101.

Goodyear, P. (2005). The emergence of a networked learning community: lessons learned from research and practice. In G. Kearsley (Ed.), Online learning. Personal Reflections on the Transformation of Education (pp. 113-127). Englewood Cliffs NJ: Educational Technology Publications.

Goodyear, P., Jones, C., Asensio, M., Hodgson, V., & Steeples, C. (2005). Networked learning in higher education: students’ expectations and experiences. Higher Education, 50(3), 473-508.

Groundwater-Smith, S. (2005). Learning by listening: Student voice in practitioner research. In P. Ponte & B. Smit (Ed) Proceedings of International Practioner Research Conference & Collaborative Action Research Network (CARN) Conference (PRAR/CARN 2005): Quality of Practioner Research /Action Research: what's it about, what's it for and what next? [CD-ROM] . Utrecht, (4-6 Nov 2005)

Groundwater-Smith, S. (2005). Painting the educational landscape with tea: rereading Becoming Critical. Educational Action Research Journal, 13(3), 329-346.

Groundwater-Smith, S. (2005). Practitioner Research and Practical Knowledge: Their relationship to curriculum inquiry. In C. Marsh (Ed.), Curriculum Controversies - Point and Counterpoint, 1980 - 2005 (pp. 301 - 307). Canberra: Australian Curriculum Studies Association Inc.

Groundwater-Smith, S., & Mockler, N. (2005). Practitioner research in education: Beyond celebration. In P. Jeffery (Ed) Proceedings of AARE Focus Conference. Quality in educational research: Directions in policy and practice . Cairns, (July 4-5)

Horsley, M. (2005). Les manuels scolaires en Australie et dans le Pacifique sud: continuities et changements. In E. Bruillard (Ed.), Manuels scolaires, regards croises (pp. 251-270). Basse-Normandie: CRDP.

Horsley, M., Newell, S., & Stubbs, B. (2005). The prior knowledge of global education of pre-service teacher education students. Citizenship, Social and Economics Education, 6(3), 137-155.

Horsley, M., & Stokes, A. (2005). Teacher Salary Relativities: A Benchmarking Approach. Journal of Australian Political Economy, 55, 94-122.

Horsley, M., & Walker, R. (2005). Pasifika Australia: Culturally responsive curriculum and teaching. In D. M. McInerney & S. Van Etten (Eds.), Focus on Curriculum (pp. 327-352). Greenwich, ACT: Information Age Publishing.

Hulsbosch, M. (2005). Achieving excellence in teaching through practitioner research using design and technology education processes. In C. Benson, S. Lawson & W. Till (Ed) Proceedings of Fifth International Primary Design and Technology Conference (pp. 61-64). Birmingham, UK, (24-28 Jun 2005)

Jones, P. W., with Coleman, D. G. (2005). The United Nations and Education: Multilateralism, development and globalisation. London and New York: RoutledgeFalmer.

King, M., & Peat, M. (2004-2005). Teaching Sciences in English: Professional development for Chinese university science teachers. Journal of Southeast Asian Education, 5(1-2), 94-102.


Kwok to Martin

Kwok, C., Cant, R., & Sullivan, G. (2005). Factors associated with mammographic decisions of Chinese-Australian women. Health Education Research, 20(6), 739-747.

Lee, T., Lansbury, G., & Sullivan, G. (2005). Health care interpreters: A physiotherapy perspective. Australian Journal of Physiotherapy, 51(3), 161-165.

Lee, W. O. (2005). Aspirations for democracy in the absence of a democracy: Civic education in Hong Kong before and after 1997. In S. Wilde (Ed.), Political and Citizenship Education: International Perspectives (Vol. 14, pp. 61-85). Oxford: Symposium Books.

Lee, W. O., & Ho, C. H. (2005). Ideopolitical shifts and changes in moral education policy in China. Journal of Moral Education (UK) , 34(4), 417-435.

Levins, T., Bornholt, L. J., & Lennon, B. (2005). Teachers' experience, attitudes, feelings and behavioural intentions towards children with special educational needs. Social Psychology of Education, 8(3), 329-343.

Light, R. (2005). Global flows and resistance in sport: The J.League and the stimulation of local identity. In S. Alomes (Ed.), Islands in the Stream: Australia and Japan Face Globalisation (pp. 91-102). Hawthorn, Victoria: Maribyrnong Press.

Light, R. (2005). Implementing understanding approaches to teaching games and sport in Asia. Asian Journal of Exercise and Sport Science, 1(2), 39-48.

Light, R. (2005). Making sense of chaos: Australian coaches talk about Game Sense. In L. L. Griffin & J. I. Butler (Eds.), Teaching Games for Understanding. Theory, Research and Practice (pp. 169-182). Champaign, IL: Human Kinetics.

Light, R., & Butler, J. (2005). A personal journey: TGfU teacher development in Australia and the USA. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy, 10(3), 241-254.

Light, R., & Georgakis, S. (2005). Integrating theory and practice in teacher education: The impact of a Game Sense unit on female pre-service primary teachers' attitudes towards teaching physical education. Journal of Physical Education New Zealand, 38(1), 67-80.

Light, R., & Georgakis, S. (2005). 'Taking away the scary factor': Female pre-service primary school teachers' responses to game sense pedagogy in physical education. In A. Brew & C. Asmar (Ed) Proceedings of Annual International HERDSA Conference 2005. Higher Education in a Changing World (vol 28 pp. 260-266). Sydney, (3-7 July 2005)

Light, R., & Rockwell, T. (2005). The cultural origins of competitive swimming in Australia. Sporting Traditions, 22(1), 21-37.

Manuel, J., & Brindley, S. (2005). The call to teach: Identifying pre-service teachers motivations, expectations and key experiences during initial teacher education in Australia and the United Kingdom. English in Australia, 145, 38-49.

Markauskaite, L. (2005). Exploring Differences in Trainee Teachers' ICT Literacy: Does Gender Matter? In H. Goss (Ed) Proceedings of the 22nd Annual Conference if the Australasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education. Balance, Fidelity, Mobility: Maintaining the Momentum? (Vol 2 pp. 445-455). Brisbane, (4-7 December 2005)

Markauskaite, L. (2005). From "Small Wins" to "Big Wins": Strategic Principles for the Development of Digital Educational Resources and Integration of ICT across Curricula in Small Developing Countries. In P. Goodyear, D. G. Sampson, D. J.-T. Yang, Kinshunk, T. Okamoto, R. Hartley & N.-S. Chen (Ed) Proceedings of The 5th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies. ICALT 2005 (pp. 978-982). Kaohsiung, Taiwan, (5-8 July 2005)

Markauskaite, L. (2005). From a Static to Dynamic Concept: a Model of ICT Literacy and an Instrument for Self-Assessment. In P. Goodyear, D. G. Sampson, D. J.-T. Yang, Kinshunk, T. Okamoto, R. Hartley & N.-S. Chen (Ed) Proceedings of The 5th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies. ICALT 2005 (pp. 464-466). Kaohsiung, Taiwan, (5-8 July 2005)

Markauskaite, L. (2005). Notions of ICT literacy in Australian school education. Informatics in Education, 4(2), 253-280.

Marsh, H. W., Debus, R. L., & Bornholt, L. J. (2005). Validating young children's self-concept responses: Methodological ways and means to understand their responses. In D. M. Teti (Ed.), Handbook of Research Methods in Developmental Science (pp. 138-160). Oxford: Blackwell.

Martin, A. J., Marsh, H. W., Williamson, A., & Debus, R. L. (2005). Fear of failure in students' academic lives: Exploring the roles of self-handicapping and defensive pessimism from longitudinal, multidimensional and qualitative perspectives. In H. W. Marsh, R. G. Craven & D. M. McInerney (Eds.), New Frontiers for Self Research (Vol. 2, pp. 357-385). Greenwich, Connecticut: IAP.

Martin, J. R., & Rose, D. (2005). Designing literacy pedagogy: Scaffolding democracy in the classroom. In R. Hasan, C. M. I. M. Matthiessen & J. Webster (Eds.), Continuing Discourse on Language (pp. 251-280). London: Equinox.


McCarthy to Otsuka

McCarthy, M., & Weber, Z. (2005). When bodies need voices: Sharing stories of survival. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 20(3), 368-372.

McGraw, K. (2005). HSC English in the media: The reporting of conventions and controversies. English in Australia, 143, 27-35.

McWilliam, E., & Sachs, J. M. (2004). Towards the victimless school: power, professionalism and probity in teaching. Educational Research for Policy and Practice, 3, 17-30.

Megarrity, L. (2005). Indigenous Education in Colonial Papua New Guinea: Australian Government Policy (1945-1975). History of Education Review, 34(2), 41-58.

Megarrity, L. (2005). Nation building through bilateral education aid: Commonwealth policies 1945-2000. In J. Zajda & P. Ninnes (Ed) Proceedings of 32nd Annual Conference of ANZCIES 2005. Global Pedagogies: Equity, Access and Democracy in Education (pp. 116-131). Melbourne, (3-5 Dec 2004)

Mikulsky, J. (2005). Silencing (homo)sexualities in school ... A very bad idea. M/C Journal, 8(1), Retrieved 3 Apr 2006 from http://journal.media-culture.org.au/0502/2006-mikulsky.php.

Mikulsky, J. (2005). Use of web-based surveys in the social sciences: Practical and methodological considerations. Change: Transformations in Education, 8(1), 71-89.

Milton, J. (2005). Loss and grief education in a pre-service PDHPE course. ACHPER Healthy Lifestyles Journal, 52(1), 14-19.

Moore, C., Evans, D., & Dowson, M. (2005). The intricate nature of phonological awareness instruction. Special Education Perspectives, 14(1), 37-54.

O'Dea, J. A. (2005). Improving adolescent eating habits and prevention of child obesity: Are we neglecting the important role of parents? Journal of Nutrition & Dietetics, 62(2/3), 66-69.

O'Dea, J. A. (2005). Positive Food for Kids. Sydney: Random House/Doubleday

O'Dea, J. A. (2005). School-based health education strategies for the improvement of body image and prevention of eating problems: An overview of safe and successful interventions. Health Education, 105(1), 11-33.

O'Dea, J. A., & Yager, Z. (2005). Body image and eating disorders in male adolescents and young men. In P. Swain (Ed.), Adolescent Eating Disorders (pp. 115-154). New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

Odhiambo, G. O. (2005). Appraising teachers in Kenya: Accountability or teacher growth? In J. Zajda & P. Ninnes (Ed) Proceedings of 32nd Annual Conference of the ANZCIES (pp. 287-296). Melbourne, (3-5 Dec 2004)

Odhiambo, G. O. (2005). Teacher Appraisal: the experiences of Kenyan secondary school teachers. Journal of Educational Administration, 43(4), 402-416.

Osborne, R. A. L. (2005). Dating ancient caves and related palaeokarsts. Acta Carsologica, 34(1), 51-72.

Otsuka, S. (2005). Cultural Influences on academic achievement in Fiji. In P. L. Jeffery (Ed) Proceedings of Australian Association for Research in Education 2004 (http://trove.nla.gov.au/work/153080596?versionId=166832769). Melbourne, (29 Nov-2 Dec 2005)

Otsuka, S. (2005). Culture and Academic Achievement in the Fiji Islands. In J. Zajda & P. Ninnes (Ed) Proceedings of 32nd Annual International Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Comparative and International Education Society (ANZCIES). Global Pedagogies: Equity, Access and Democracy in Education (pp. 16-33). Melbourne, (3-5 December, 2004)

Otsuka, S. (2005). Expectancy-value model of achievement motivation from a cross-cultural perspective. International Journal of Learning, 9, 1601-1616.

Otsuka, S. (2005). What often makes discussion between Australians and Japanese difficult? In J. Zajda & P. Ninnes (Ed) Proceedings of 32nd Annual International Conference of the Australian and New Zealand Comparative and International Education Society (ANZCIES). Global Pedagogies: Equity, Access and Democracy in Education (pp. 201-212). Melbourne, (3-5 December, 2004)

Otsuka, S., & Smith, I. (2005). Educational Applications of the Expectancy-Value Model of Achievement Motivation in the Diverse Cultural Context of the West and the East. Change: Transformations in Education, 8(1), 90-108.


Phillips to Simpson

Phillips, R. (2005). Australian NGOs: Current Experiences of Corporate Citizenship. The Journal of Corporate Citizenship (17), 21-25.

Phillips, R. (2005). Challenges to NGOs' legitimacy in policy governance in Australia: Addressing the neo-liberal critique. In J. Onyx & V. Hodgkinson (Ed) Proceedings of ISTR International Society for Third-Sector Research. 'Contesting Citizenship and Civil Society in a Divided World'. Toronto, Canada, (11-14 July 2004)

Pressick-Kilborn, K., Sainsbury, E., & Walker, R. (2005). Making sense of theoretical frameworks and methodological approaches: Exploring conceptual change and interest in learning from a socio-cultural perspective. Australian Educational Researcher, 32(2), 25-48.

Rawsthorne, M. (2005). Community development activities in the context of contracting. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 40(2), 227-240.

Rawsthorne, M., & Christian, F. (2005). Government/community sector compacts: real engagement? In D. Gardiner & K. Scott (Ed) Proceedings of International Conference on Engaging Communities (pp. 1-20). Brisbane, (14-17 August) http://www.engagingcommunities2005.org/home.html.

Read, J., George, A., Masters, A., & King, M. (2005). Identifying the existence of barriers to students' learning from assessment results. In I. Johnston & M. Peat (Ed) Proceedings of Blended Learning in Science Teaching and Learning Symposium. UniServe Science (http://science.uniserve.edu.au/pubs/procs/). Sydney, (30 Sept 2005)

Reimann, P. (2005). Co-constructing artefacts and knowledge in net-based teams: implications for the design of collaborative learning environments. In H. L. Chich & J. L. Vincent (Ed) Proceedings of 29th Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education (PME29) (Vol 1 pp. 53-70). University of Melbourne, Melbourne, (10-15 July 2005)

Reimann, P. (2005). Supporting knowledge building with semantic web technologies. In M. Tulloch (Ed) Proceedings of ODLAA 2005. Breaking the boundaries: The international experience in open, distance and flexible education (http://www.unisa.edu.au/odlaaconference/PDFs/29%20ODLAA%202005%202020-%202020Reimann.pdf). Adelaide, (9-11th Nov 2005) http://www.unisa.edu.au/odlaaconference/referred-papers.htm

Rose, D. (2005). Democratising the Classroom: a literacy pedagogy for the new generation. Journal of Education, 37, 127-164.

Rose, D. (2005). Narrative and the origins of discourse: Construing experience in stories around the world. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, S19, 151-173.

Rowling, L. (2005). Dissonance and debates encircling 'health promoting schools'. Health Promotion Journal of Australia, 16(1), 55-57.

Rowling, L. (2005). Loss and grief in school communities. In B. Monroe & F. Kraus (Eds.), Brief Interventions with Bereaved Children (pp. 159-174). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Rowling, L., & Mason, J. (2005). A case study of multimethod evaluation of complex school mental health promotion and prevention: The MindMatters Evaluation Suite. Australian Journal of Guidance & Counselling, 15(2), 125-136.

Rowling, L., Weber, Z., & Scanlon, L. (2005). Transitions and Loss: Illuminating Parameters of Young Adults' Mental Health. Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, 15(2), 168-181.

Sachs, J. M. (2005). Teacher education and the development of professional identity: Learning to be a teacher. In P. M. Denicolo & M. Kompf (Eds.), Connecting Policy and Practice: Challenges for Teaching and Learning in Schools and Universities (pp. 5-21). London and New York: Routledge.

Sachs, J. M. (2005). Teacher professional standards: a policy strategy to control regulate or enhance the teaching profession? In N. Bascia, A. Cumming, A. Datnow, K. Leithwood & D. Livingstone (Eds.), International Handbook of Educational Policy (Vol. 13, pp. 579-593). Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer.

Sachs, J. M., & Mellor, L. (2005). 'Child panic', risk and child protection: an examination of policies from New South Wales and Queensland. Journal of Educational Policy, 20(2), 125-140.

Sim, J. B.-Y., & Print, M. (2005). Citizenship education and social studies in Singapore: A national agenda. International Journal of Citizenship & Teacher Education, 1(1), 58-73.

Simpson, A. (2005). Four Roles of the viewer: Developing an understanding of visual literacy. In J. Young (Ed) Proceedings of AATE/ALEA National Conference. Pleasure, Passion, Provocation (http://www.alea.edu.au/conf/papers2005/Simpson.pdf). Broadbeach, Queensland, (1-4 July 2005)


Skilling to Zumbach

Skilling, K., & Bobis, J. (2005). Students reflecting on their mathematical understandings. In J. Clark & M. Maguire (Ed) Proceedings of 12th ISATT International Conference. Challenges for the profession: Perspectives and directions for teachers, teaching and teacher education (pp. 165-172). Sydney, (3-6 July 2005)

Smith, L., & Sinclair, K. E. (2005). Empirical Evidence For Multiple Goals: A Gender-Based, Senior High School Student Perspective. Australian Journal of Educational & Developmental Psychology, 5, 55-70.

Spencer, F. H., & Bornholt, L. (2005). Investigating moderators of test-retest reliability in screening children's cognitive functioning. Australian Journal of Educational and Developmental Psychology, 5, 91-106.

Still, K., & Bobis, J. (2005). The integration of mathematics and music in the primary school classroom. In P. Clarkson, A. Downton, D. Gronn, M. Horne, A. McDonough, R. Pierce & A. Roche (Ed) Proceedings of Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia. Building Connections: Theory, Research and Practice (pp. 712-719). Melbourne, (7-9th July 2005)

Stubbs, B., & Newell, S. (2005). Developing global perspectives in primary school students through quality teaching and authentic assessment. Curriculum Perspectives, 25(1), 42-50.

Sutherland, L., Marcus, G., & Jessup, A. (2005). From face-to-face to blended learning: Issues and challenges in redesigning a professional course. In A. Brew & C. Asmar (Ed) Proceedings of Annual International HERDSA Conference 2005. Higher Education in a Changing World (vol 28 pp. 551-558). Sydney, (3-7 July 2005)

Sutherland, L., Scanlon, L., & Sperring, A. (2005). New directions in preparing professionals: examining issues in engaging students in communities of practice through a school-university partnership. Teaching and Teacher Education, 21, 79-92.

Tait, K. (2005). Social acceptance of children with a severe disability by privileged students. In F. Bryer (Ed) Proceedings of 30th National Conference of the Australian Association of Special Education. Making Meaning: Creating Connections that Value Diversity (pp. 151-159). Brisbane, (23-25 Sep 2005)

Thomas, A. (2005). Children online: Learning in a virtual community of practice. E-Learning, 2(1), http://www.wwwords.co.uk/ELEA.

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