STUDY OF RESEARCH TRAINING
AND IMPACT
- SORTI
Centre for the Study of Research Training and Impact

Academic Contexts

  | 2015 | 2014 | 2013 | 2010 | 2009 |

2014

Grushka, K., & Young, B. (2014). Using Arts-based methods in Pre-service Teacher Education: Perzine Pedagogies. Studying Teacher Education, 10(3), 275-289. DOI: 10.1080/17425964.2014.949655

Grushka, K., Squance, M., & Reeves, G. (2014). Visual narratives performing and transforming people living with autoimmune illness: A pilot case study. Journal of Applied Arts & Health, 5(1), 7-28. DOI:10.1386/jaah.5.1.7_1.

Lowe, K., Shaw, K., & Kitson, L. (2014). Literacy in Australia: Pedagogies for engagement, Wiley, Milton, QLD, pp. 536, ISBN 9780730307273.

StGeorge, J., Holbrook, A., & Cantwell, R. (2014). Affinity for Music: A study of the role of emotion in musical instrument learning. International Journal of Music Education, 32(3), 264-277. DOI: 10.1177/0255761413491178.

2013

Grushka, K., & Goodlad, N. (2013). Perzines: A visual and narrative learning space. The Journal of Art Education Australia, 35(1/2), 68-80.

Lovat, T. (2013). Jurgen Habermas: Education's reluctant hero. In M. Murphy (Ed.), Social theory and educational research: Understanding Foucault, Habermas, Derrida and Bourdieu (pp. 69-83). London: Routledge.

Smith, M., Holbrook, A., Lyons, K., Macneil, J., & Forster, D. (2013). Evaluation of the NSW Volunteering Strategy 2012-2013. Interim Report: Timebanking Trial.  A joint venture project by The University of Newcastle and The University of Wollongong prepared for The NSW Office of Communities, June 2012.

2010

Archer. J., Aisoli-Orake, R., & Chen. S. (2010). Constructing a pedagogical framework for English writing at upper-secondary schools in Papua New Guinea, AARE 2009 Conference Proceedings, Canberra.

Barcan, A. (2010). The new politics of education. Quadrant, 54(9), 84-90.

Chen, S. (2010). 'East, west, which is the best? The adjustment of international students to teaching strategies in host universities. Paper presented at the XIV World Congress of Comparative Education Societies, Istanbul, Turkey.     

Chen, S., & Sit, H. W. (2010a). A comparative study on the responses by international students towards the teaching strategies used in an Australian university. The International Journal of Learning, 16(9), 495-504. [

Chen, S., & Sit, H. W. (2010b). Chinese postgraduate students' adjustment to the learning environment in an Australian University. Paper presented at the Centre for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning International Conference, Enhancing Learning Experiences in Higher Education, 2- 3 Dec, Hong Kong.

Chen, S., & Sit, H.W. (2010c). Deconstructing the theoretical concepts for training teachers of Chinese as a second language. Language Teaching and Linguistics Studies, 28-33.

Chen, S., & Sit, H W. (2010d). Teaching strategies for promoting classroom interaction of local and mainland students in higher education in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the Centre for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning International Conference, Enhancing Learning Experiences in Higher Education, 2-3 Dec, Hong Kong.

Chen, S., & Zhang, Y. (2010). New challenges in training teachers of Chinese as a second language. Journal of Chinese Language Studies, 6, 182-193.

Lu, L., & Chen S. (2010a). An inspiration from the features of teaching by outstanding teachers in an Australian university, China University Teaching, 3, 85-89.

Lu, L., & Chen S. (2010b). The supporting organization of learning and teaching in the university and its experience, Comparative Education Review, 32, 45-50.

Lu, L., & Chen, S., & Gong F. (2010). The experience and insights on the enhancements of teaching quality in university, Tsinghua Journal of Education, 5, 72-77.

Sit, H. W., &, Chen, S. (2010). The teaching strategies used for advanced English studies in English language teacher education, International Journal of Learning, 1, 7 485-500

2009

Barcan, A. (2009) Halfway to heaven: Teacher training sixty years ago, Australian Quarterly, 81(3), 25 – 29.

Barcan, A. (2009) Requiem for defunct magazines, Quadrant, November, 65 -74.

Barcan, A. (2009). Three pathways to change in NSW Education 1937-1952. Education Research and Perspectives, 36(2), 45 – 80.

Barcan, A. (2009). Wesley Null, Peerless Educator: The life and work of Isaac Leon Kandel (Book Review). History of Education Review, 38(1), 2009, pp. 92-3.

Chen, S. & Sit, H-W., (2009). A comparative study on the responses by international students towards the teaching strategies used in an Australian university, The International Journal of Learning, 16(9), 495 - 504.

Chen, S. (2009). A comparative study on the responses by international students toward the teaching strategies used in Australian Universities. Paper presented at the 6th International Conference on Learning, 1-4 July, University of Barcelona, Spain.

Chen, S. (2009). Chinese language teacher training in multi-cultural environment. Proceedings of 5th International Research Forum on Teaching Chinese as a Second Language. Beijing: Foreign Language and Teaching Press, pp 34-52.(ISBN 978-7-5600-8439-8)

Chen, S. (2009). Training Teachers of Chinese as a Second Language in Multicultural Setting. In Zhang, B. (Ed.) Chinese Language Education in Multi-cultural environment, Beijing: Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press, pp.34-52.

Grushka, K. (2009). Exploring visual culture through discursive and performative visual art practices in the secondary school context, in Du Preez, A. (Ed.) Taking a Hard Look: Gender and Visual Culture, London, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, pp. 3-18.

Grushka, K. (2009). Meaning and Identities: A Visual performative pedagogy for socio-cultural learning. The Curriculum Journal, 20(3), 237- 251.

May, J., Holbrook, A., Brown, A., Preston, G., & Bessant, B. (2009). Claiming a Voice:The First Thirty-Five Years of the Australian Teacher Education Association. Bathurst, NSW: Australian Teacher Education Association, ISBN 9780975232422, pp. 169

Morpeth, N. (2009). Fluidity of the past and the present: Historians and ways of perceiving/understanding - Part 1, Teaching History, 43(4) 18 - 25.

Reynolds, R., & Lane, S. (2009). Crossing boundaries between cultures and disciplines. Using Geography and Creative Arts to build bridges with community groups in one school. Refereed paper presented at 'Teacher education crossing borders: Cultures, contexts, communities and curriculum' the annual conference of the Australian Teacher Education Association (ATEA), Albury, 28 June-1 July.