Peer reviewed research

Volume 40, 2021

No 1 - Post-truth and its impact on history teaching in secondary schools by David Nally

Volume 39, 2020

No 1 - Enhancing memory for learning: Teachers' journeys of implementing memory strategies in their classrooms by Dr Richard Johnson, Dr Sam Ginsberg and Dr Naomi Wilks-Smith

No 6 - A vision for mathematical expertise and excellence by Dr Christine Mae

No 8 - School librarians making global connections: Conjecture mapping and researcher practitioner partnerships by Dr Barbara Schultz-Jones, Dr Marcia Mardis and Dr Sue Kimmel

Volume 38, 2019

No 1 - Let's look at spelling by Dr Lorraine Beveridge and Jane Lieschke

No 2 - Pilgrims in a foreign land: Teachers using graphic novels as classroom texts by Dr Di Laycock

No 7 - Using principles of psychology and service to engage students with history by David Nally

Volume 37, 2018

No 2 - Expert insights into education for positive digital footprint development by Dr Rachel Buchanan, Associate Professor Erica Southgate, Dr Jill Scevak and Dr Shamus P Smith

No 3 - Poets in the making: confirming identity in English by Dr Janet Dutton and Dr Kathy Rushton

No 4 - Highly immersive virtual reality by Erica Southgate, Rachel Buchanan, Chris Cividino, Shane Saxby, Graham Eather, Shamus P Smith, Candece Bergin, Jivvel Kilham, David Summerville and Jill Scevak

No 10 - Mind the gap: the critical role of school leaders in promoting parents and teachers as partners by Dr Marie Murphy and Dr Kathy Rushton

Volume 36, 2017

No 1 - Computational thinking task design and assessment by Liliana Ructtinger & Robert Stevens

No 2 - Connecting beyond the Classroom - Move from local to global learning modes by Julie Lindsay

No 3 - Multi-platformed historical fiction: Literacy, engagement and historical understanding by Debra Donnelly

No 4 - "It's all lighted up, because this is a happy ending" Beginning critical literacy - young children's responses when reading image and text by Alicia Rankine and Jon Callow

Volume 35, 2016

No 2 - A science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) review of the research [PDF 3mb] by June Wall

No 4 - Choosing to teach with quality literature: from reading (through talk) to writing [PDF 1.3mb] by Alyson Simpson

Volume 34, 2015

No 1 - The Mars lab: connecting authentic science with the classroom [PDF 1.7mb] by Dr Carol Oliver, Dr Jennifer Fergusson, Peter Mahony, James Oliver, Isabelle Kingsley, and Craig Brown

No 2 - Challenge, community and a fair go [PDF 11.8mb] by Professor Wayne Sawyer

No 3 - High possibility classrooms : creating iHistorians and iGeographers [PDF 1.4mb] by Dr Jane Hunter

No 4 - Guided inquiry in practice [PDF 1.2mb] by Lee Fitzgerald

Volume 33, 2014

No 1 - Seeding success for Aboriginal primary students by Professor Rhonda Craven & Dr Natasha Magson

No 2 - Innovative teaching and learning: from research to practice by Dr Kylie Shaw, Dr Kathryn Holmes, Greg Preston, Max Smith & Emeritus Professor Sid Bourke

No 3 - Learning and literacies for the future by June Wall and Karen Bonanno

No 3 - Innovative teaching and learning part two: spotlight on innovative practice by Dr Kylie Shaw and colleagues from SORTI

No 4 - Learning and literacy for the future: Building capacity. Part two by June Wall and Karen Bonanno

Volume 32, 2013

No 1 - Point of view in picture books and animated movie adaptations by Professor Len Unsworth

No 2 - Learning in the Asian Century by Dr Peter Gould

No 4 - Issues in assessment of general capabilities by Dr Robert Stevens

Volume 31, 2012

No 1 - The impact of technology on reading practices for 21C learners by Alyson Simpson and Maureen Walsh

No 4 - iPads and Kindergarten students' literacy development by Matthew Jones

Volume 30, 2011

No 3 - Transferring information literacy practices: implications for teacher librarians and teachers by Dr James Herring

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