Submissions from 2002

Technology teacher education: Is it time to do a Maslow?, John Barlow

'But what about the learning?' Does any learning take place in the Teaching learning Consortium?, Margaret Helen Beck

Promoting the professional growth of pre-service teachers through community-based learning, Carolyn Broadbent


Stop the bus I want to get off: Academics coping in a time of uncertainty, Carolyn Broadbent

Don't judge a book by its cover: Uncovering the riches contained within discussion forum message postings, Gary Brown and James Martin Maguire

Creating a new vision: Cross cultural partnerships in the field another problematic?, Jude Butcher, Judith Parker, and Peter Harney

Strategic alliances and innovation in the knowledge intensive pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry and research institutes, Yoosuf Ahmed Cader


A tale that fiction would envy: Naturalistic inquiry methods in the visual arts, Judith Stephanie Carroll

Behind appearances: The many faces of discipline based art education, Judith Stephanie Carroll

Local partnerships in the early childhood field: The importance of context, Sue Dockett, Joseph Robert Perry, and Peter Howard

Researching the field: An experience in early childhood education, Sue Dockett, Joseph Robert Perry, and Peter Howard

Lifelong learning for teachers: Rhetoric or reality?, Allan John Doring

Development and validation of the extended practicum learning environment inventory, Jeffrey Paul Dorman and Joy Kennedy

Agent technologies in the electronic classroom: Some pedagogical issues, Carolyn Dowling

Software agents and the 'human factor' in the electronic classroom, Carolyn Dowling

The socially interactive pedagogical agent within online learning communities, Carolyn Dowling

The Carthaginian Synod of 251 :Cyprian's Model of Pastoral Ministry, Geoffrey David Dunn

Innovation: The key to success, Louise Frances Duvernet

Priests and relationships: The case of the Catholic clergy, Barry John Fallon and Georja Power

Are occupational gender stereotypes more or less extreme than the dominant gender in that occupation?, Barry John Fallon, Gillian Terrett, and Cecelia Winkelman


The church and music publication in Australia, Dianne Gome

The female artist as icon of the liberation of the spirit, Michael Griffith

The internship as a model for field-based learning, Paul James Hansen

Justice and education: Exploring a liasion officer's role - an example of mentoring, Peter Howard and Nicole Breeze


A question of balance: Using self and peer assessment effectively in teamwork, Joe Luca and Catherine E. McLoughlin

You can lead a horse to water but you can't make it drink: The role of the e-moderator in on-line forums, James Martin Maguire and Gary Brown

Symbolic use of accounting practises: The case of Australian universities, Zoltan Matolcsy and Edmund William Watts


Researching quality: What does it mean for curriculum and assessment in e-learning environments?, Catherine E. McLoughlin

Bridge over troubled water: Creating effective online support for the megacognitive aspects of problem solving, Catherine E. McLoughlin and Rowan Hollingworth

Enhancing the quality of the student experience online: Revising the imperative of learning as socially based, Catherine E. McLoughlin and Joe Luca


Keeping an anchor watch: Industry partnerships as a basis for learning, Catherine E. McLoughlin and Joe Luca

Great expectations: Can the quality of teaching and learning be improved through academic development programs?, Catherine E. McLoughlin and Curtis Samuels


Student difficulties in abstracting angle concepts from physical activities with concrete materials, Michael Mitchelmore, Anne Prescott, and Paul White


Education as encounter, John Ozolins

A systemic program for students who are experiencing difficulty with mathematics, Joseph Robert Perry and Peter Howard

Beliefs of primary teachers about mathematics and its teaching and learning, Joseph Robert Perry, Catherine Vistro-Yu, Peter Howard, Ngai-Ying Wong, and Fong Ho Keowg

Business or association? The strategic response of employer associations to the decentralisation of bargaining in Australia, Peter Sheldon and Louise Thornthwaite


Developing the interpersonal and communication skills necessary for effective requirements engineering, Theda Thomas and Cheryl Schroder

Why swallow the silicon snake oil? Mainstreaming online learning in teacher education, Anthony Jeen Visser and James Arthur Woolford

Arithmetic and quasi-variables: A year 2 lesson to introduce algebra in the early years, Elizabeth Anne Warren

Literacy and numeracy in the home: Parents supporting children's learning, Janelle Patricia Young and Elizabeth Anne Warren

Submissions from 2001


Understanding assessing and developing young children's mathematical thinking: Research as a powerful tool for professional growth, Doug Clarke