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Submissions from 2008

Preparing Teachers for Rural Appointments: Lessons From Australia, Graeme Lock

Best Practice or most practiced? Pre-service teachers' beliefs about effective behaviour management strategies and reported self-efficacy , Susan Main and Lorraine Hammond

Exploring the use of mathematics manipulative materials: is it what we think it is?, Linda Marshall and Paul Swan

Exploring the use of mathematics manipulative materials: is it what we think it is?, Linda Marshall and Paul Swan

Perceptions of secondary school students with mild disabilities to the academic and social support mechanisms implemented in regular classrooms, John O'Rourke and Stephen Houghton

Sustaining Relationships in Teacher Education Partnerships: the Possibilities, Practices and Challenges of a School-University Partnership, Preparing Teachers for the Future, Suzanne Sharp and William Turner

The Gold Medal Fitness Program: A model for teacher change, Jan Wright, Deslea Konza, Doug Hearne, and Tony Okely

Submissions from 2007

Teacher Thinking for Democratic Learning, Brenda Cherednichenko

Creating a Young Adult Ethos, Jan Gray

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Primary Connections: Reforming science teaching in Australian primary schools, Mark Hackling, Shelley Peers, and Vaughan Prain

The Student Teacher Rural Experience Program: Preparing Pre-service Teachers to Live in Regional Locations, Graeme Lock

The Ecocrisis: Embracing Ecopedagogy and Ecoliteracy, Geoffrey Lummis

A Re-Examination of the Use of Mathematics Manipulatives Material in the Primary and Middle Schools, Linda Marshall and Paul Swan

Development of a community of practice through engaged particiption in a school university paprtnership, Suzanne Sharp and William Turner

Mathematics Manipulatives: A Panacea or Pandora's Box?, Paul Swan, Linda Marshall, and Roy White

Beyond the benevolent university: authentic collaboration with communities for educational access and success. Case studies from 3 university-community partnerships in Melbourne, El Paso and Caracas, Jo Williams and Brenda Cherednichenko

Submissions from 2006

Evaluating Better Beginnings, Caroline Barratt-Pugh and Mary Rohl

Quality assurance of teacher education programs through benchmarking, Jennifer Bowes, Alma Fleet, Carmel Maloney, and Elizabeth Stamopoulos

Employing Technologies to engage students with diverse needs in rural school communities, Chris Forlin and Graeme Lock

Social Justice and Teacher Education: re-defining the curriculum, Tony Kruger and Brenda Cherednichenko

Using information communication technologies in remote school communities, Graeme Lock and Chris Forlin

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Teaching Science in Australia: Results from the TIMMS 1999 Video Study, Jan Lokan, Hilary Hollingsworth, and Mark Hackling

The Post 2004 Tsunami Media: Voices for Science and the Humane, Geoffrey Lummis

Students with mild disabilities in regular classrooms: The development and utility of the Student Perceptions of Classroom Support Scale, John O'Rourke and Stephen Houghton

How do you like it? Student perspectives on remote E learning, Jeremy Pagram and Elaine Rabbitt

Insights in number: Developing flexible mental mathematics, Len Sparrow and Paul Swan

Empowering pre-service teachers to embrace diversity, Elizabeth Stamopoulos

Genre writing in Primary School, Anne Thwaite

Submissions from 2005

Evaluating 'Better Beginnings': A family literacy program in Western Australia, Caroline Barratt-Pugh, Elizabeth Rohl, and Jessica Elderfield

Better beginnings: An evaluation from two communities, Caroline Barratt-Pugh, Elizabeth Rohl, Grace Oakley, and Jessica Elderfield

Constructing a family literacy program: Challenges and successes, Jennifer Jay and Elizabeth Rohl

What counts as knowledge in teaching and learning process, Susan Krieg and Suzanne Sharp

In Teachers' Hands: Effective Literacy Teaching Practices in the Early Years of, William Louden, Elizabeth Rohl, Caroline Barratt-Pugh, Claire Brown, Trevor Cairney, Jessica Elderfield, Helen House, Marion Meiers, Judith Rivalland, and Ken Rowe

Aesthetic Solidarity and Ethical Holism Towards an Ecopedagogy, Geoffrey Lummis

The role of manipulatives in developing mathematical thinking, Linda Marshall and Paul Swan

The effect of money as a context on the mental computation performance of students in years 3, 5, 7 and 9, Anne Paterson and John Bana

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Transitions and Re-engagement Through Second Chance Education, Sharon Ross and Jan Gray

Decide, select, perform and make sense: computation in primary mathematics, Paul Swan and Len Sparrow

It's for the rest of your life: The pragmatics of youth career decision-making, Anthea Taylor

Submissions from 2003

One size doesn't fit all: Patterns of pre-primary teacher policy engagement, Lennie Barblett

Attendance and Non Attendance at School, Jan Gray and Gary Partington

Standard Australian English: So What Is It?, Yvonne Haig

Early Childhood teachers knowledge of teaching children with disabilities, Pam Kilgallon and Carmel Maloney

Respect:Five years' literacy learning in the Western Desert. The case of Reena, William Louden and Janet Hunter

Describing standards for early childhood teachers:Moving the debate forward to the national level, Carmel Maloney and Lennie Barblett

Classroom Management and Aboriginal Students, Gary Partington and Jan Gray

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School science and technology education in Australia and the Pacific, Leonie Rennie, Mark Hackling, and Denis Goodrum

Beyond the Obstacle Course: developing movement skills in young children, Lesley Sanders and Margaret Sims

Rethinking relationships in teacher education partnerships: The Compact Experience, Suzanne Sharp and Susan Krieg

Elucidating the dilemma of PI in Western Australian Schools towards a solution, Elizabeth Stamopoulos

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Parents' Reflections on their Children Being Excluded, Gary Thomas and Timothy McDonald