The Learning Sciences Institute Australia (LSIA) focuses on 21st Century teaching and learning, diversity, innovation and engagement, with improving learning outcomes at the core of what we do.


Submissions from 2008

Contextually responsive transfer: Perceptions of NNES on an ESL/EFL teacher training programme, Indika Liyanage and Brendan John Bartlett


The origins and development of education law as a seperate field of law in the United States and Australia, Ralph D. Mawdsley and Jacqueline Joy Cumming

Types of aggression, responsiveness to provocation, and callous-unemotional traits in detained adolescents, L. C. Munoz, Paul Joseph Frick, Eva R. Kimonis, and K. J. Aucoin

Verbal ability and delinquency: Testing the moderating role of psychopathic traits, L. C. Munoz, Paul Joseph Frick, Eva R. Kimonis, and K. J. Aucoin

Motivation among older adults in learning computing technologies: A grounded model, Chi-hung (Clarence) Ng

Multiple-goal learners and their differential patterns of learning, Chi-hung (Clarence) Ng

Evaluating Action Research, Eileen Piggot-Irvine and Brendan John Bartlett

Using Self-Regulated Strategy Development to Support Students Who Have 'Trubol GitingThangs Into Werds', Tanya Santangelo, Karen Harris, and Steve Graham

Assessing integrative reading of images and text in group reading comprehension tests, Leonard Charles Unsworth and Eveline Chan


Exploring the Narrative Art of David Weisner: Using a Grammar of Visual Design and Learning Experiences on the World Wide Web, Leonard Charles Unsworth and Isable Ortigas

Heritability of antisocial behaviour at 9: Do callous-unemotional traits matter?, Essi Viding, Alice P. Jones, Paul Joseph Frick, and T. E. Moffitt


Text Structure Instruction and Metacognition: Supporting Early Childhood Student Teachers in their Academic Work, Ali Wegner

Designing professional learning for effecting change: Partnerships for local and system networks, Claire Maree Wyatt-Smith, S. Bridges, M. Hedemann, and M. Neville

Multimodal reading and comprehension in online environments, Claire Maree Wyatt-Smith and John Elkins

Submissions from 2007

Prospect or promise Internationalisation in Australia, Susan M. Bridges and Brendan John Bartlett

Assessment as judgment-in-context: Analysing how teachers evaluate students' writing, R. W. Cooksey, P. Freebody, and Claire Wyatt-Smith

Techniques for Monitoring the Comparability of Examination Standards, Harvey Goldstein


The implications of the out-of-field phenomenon for effective teaching, quality education and school management, G. Steyn and Anna Du Plessis

Submissions from 2004

Education in a recovering nation: Renewing special education in Kosovo, Brendan John Bartlett

Submissions from 1995

Non-English speaking background (NESB) workers literacies: A workplace health and safety issue, Claire Maree Wyatt-Smith and Geraldine Castleton

Submissions from 1905


Almost 30 Years of Writing Research: Making Sense of It All with The Wrath of Khan, Steve Graham and Karen Harris