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Australasian Journal of Educational Technology

Volume 27 Number 1, March 2011



Roger Atkinson & Catherine McLoughlin

Outstanding paper awards


An Australian and New Zealand scoping study on the use of 3D immersive virtual worlds in higher education

Barney Dalgarno, Mark JW Lee, Lauren Carlson et al

Using social network metrics to assess the effectiveness of broad based admission practices

Shane Dawson, Leah Macfadyen, Lori Lockyer et al

Key elements of the tutorial support management model

Grace Lynch & Philip Paasuke

Using Slowmation for animated storytelling to represent non-Aboriginal preservice teachers' awareness of 'relatedness to country'

Anthony McKnight, Garry Hoban & Wendy Nielsen

Publishing and perishing: the critical importance of educational design research

Thomas C Reeves, Susan McKenney & Jan Herrington

Tertiary sector


Using video annotation to reflect on and evaluate physical education pre-service teaching practice

Meg Colasante

From socialisation to internalisation: cultivating technological pedagogical content knowledge through problem-based learning

Meng Yew Tee & Shuh Shing Lee

Schools sector


Information skills and critical literacy: where are our digikids at with online searching and are their teachers helping?

Judine Ladbrook & Elizabeth Probert

The intersections of curriculum development: music, ICT and Australian music education

Jane Southcott & Reneé Crawford

Why don't all maths teachers use dynamic geometry software in their classrooms?

Gerrit Stols & Jeanne Kriek

Integrating online learning in NSW secondary schools: three schools' perspectives of ICT adoption

Edwina Neyland



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Changing English: Studies in Culture and Education

Volume 18 Number 1, February 2011



Jane Miller

1 – 2



Teaching and learning about language change (Part one)

Gerry Gregory

3 – 15

Something more than straws and sticks and bits of coloured paper: English at Hackney Downs (formerly The Grocers' Company's School), 1876–1881

John Hardcastle

17 – 29

Somewhere between what is and what if: fictionalisation and ethnographic inquiry

Malcolm Reed

31 – 43

Critically enlightened romantic values and English pedagogy: a response to Peter Medway

David Stevens

45 – 56

Disturbing reading: JM Coetzee's 'The Problem of Evil'

Aparna Mishra Tarc

57 – 66

Grotesque encounters with adolescence: reading Carson McCullers' The Member of the Wedding

Katherine Bell

67 – 73

Evolution and contingency: poetry, curriculum and culture in Victoria, Australia

Mary Weaven & Tom Clark

75 – 84

A case of generativity in a culturally and linguistically complex English language arts Classroom

Allison Skerrett

85 – 97

Formative assessment in EFL writing: an exploratory case study

Icy Lee

99 – 111

Writing someone else's diary

Bob Blaisdell

113 – 117

Book review


The Origins of Grammar: An Anthropological Perspective

Gerry Gregory

119 – 121



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Journal of Science Teacher Education

Volume 22 Number 2, March 2011



Re-examining the similarities between teacher and student conceptions about physical science

Jacob N Burgoon, Mandy L Heddle & Emilio Duran


Elementary students' scientific epistemological beliefs in relation to socio-economic status and gender

Kudret Ozkal, Ceren Tekkaya, Semra Sungur et al


If we teach them, they can learn: young students' views of nature of science during an informal science education program

Cassie Quigley, Khemmawadee Pongsanon & Valarie L Akerson


Elementary science students' motivation and learning strategy use: constructivist classroom contextual factors in a life science laboratory and a traditional classroom

Andrea R Milner, Mark A Templin & Charlene M Czerniak


Preservice elementary teachers' development of self-efficacy and confidence to teach science: a case study

Amanda M Gunning & Felicia Moore Mensah


Changes in preservice elementary teachers' personal science teaching efficacy and science teaching outcome expectancies: the influence of context

Richard P Hechter




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Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice

Volume 17 Number 1, January 2011




Frances O'Connell Rust

1 – 4



Discussing discussion: a video club in the service of math teachers' National Board preparation

Andrew Brantlinger, Miriam Gamoran Sherin & Katherine A Linsenmeier

5 – 33

Social scripts in educational technology and inclusiveness in classroom practice

Irma Heemskerk, Monique Volman, Geert ten Dam et al

35 – 50

Supporting the technology-enhanced collaborative inquiry and design project: a teacher's reflections on practices

Marjut Viilo, Pirita Seitamaa-Hakkarainen & Kai Hakkarainen

51 – 72

Promoting thinking, problem-solving and reasoning during small group discussions

Robyn M Gillies

73 – 89

Better serving the needs of limited English proficient (LEP) students in the mainstream classroom: examining the impact of an inquiry-based hybrid professional development program

Mary Hutchinson & Xenia Hadjioannou

91 – 113

Key experiences in student teachers' development

Paulien C Meijer, Gitta de Graaf & Jacobiene Meirink

115 – 129

Teachers' conceptions and their approaches to teaching in virtual reality and simulation-based learning environments

Tuulikki Keskitalo

131 – 147

Program portfolios: documenting teachers' growth in reflection-based inquiry

Rebecca K Fox, C Stephen White & Julie K Kidd

149 – 167



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