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Publications

Our researchers publish scholarly books, book chapters, and peer-refereed articles in a wide range of journals. Many reports for state and national education authorities have also been published. Fogarty researchers are also engaged in the publication of an extensive range of teaching resources to support learning in the areas of literacy and mathematics.

2011

Books

  • Cavanagh, R.F. & Waugh, R.F. ( in press). Applications of Rasch measurement in learning environments research. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Edited books

  • Venville, G. & J. Wallace. (Eds.) (in press). Case studies in integrated curriculum: Issues, reflections and ways forward. Manuscript submitted for publication.

Book chapters

  • Budgen, F. (in press). Vehicles of integration: From rockets to submarines. In L. Rennie, G. Venville & J. Wallace (Eds.), Case studies in integrated curriculum: Issues, reflections and ways forward. Manuscript submitted for publication.
  • Cavanagh, R.F. & Waugh, R.F. (2011). The utility of Rasch measurement for learning environments research. In R.F. Cavanagh & R.F. Waugh (Eds.) Applications of Rasch Measurement in Learning Environments Research (pp.8-17). Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
  • Neilson, R., Waugh, R.F., & Konza, D. (2011). A Rasch Analysis of the Astronaut Invented Spelling Test: the language-learning environment for young children. In R.F. Cavanagh & R.F. Waugh (Eds.), Applications of Rasch Measurement in Learning Environments Research (pp 45 – 76). Rotterdam, Netherlands: Sense Publishers.

Refereed journal articles

  • Barnes, B. & Lock, G. (2011). Student perceptions of effective foreign language teachers: A quantitative investigation from a Korean University.Manuscript submitted for publication.
  • Callcott, D., Budgen, F., Main, S., & Hamlett, B. (in press) Playing for success in the first year at university. Manuscript submitted for publication.
  • de Jong, T. A.,Cullity, M., Haig, Y., Sharp, S., Spiers, S., and Wren, J. (2011). Enabling group-based learning in teacher education: A case study of student experience. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 36 (5). Retrieved from http://library.ecu.edu.au/search~S7?/s.++Australian+Journal+of+Teacher+Education/saustralian+journal+of+teacher+education/1,1,2,B/l856~b1639818&FF=saustralian+journal+of+teacher+education&1,,2,1,0/indexsort=-
  • Fried, L. (2011). Teaching teachers about emotion regulation in the classroom. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 36(3), 116-126.
  • Harris, B. (2011). Writing in schools with computers: What does it take to make it happen? English in Australia, 46( 1), 40-51.
  • Main, S. and O’Rourke, J. (2011). New directions for traditional lessons: Can handheld game consoles enhance mental mathematics skills?" Australian Journal of Teacher Education: 36( 2) Retrieved from http://library.ecu.edu.au/search~S7?/s.++Australian+Journal+of+Teacher+Education/saustralian+journal+of+teacher+education/1,1,2,B/l856~b1639818&FF=saustralian+journal+of+teacher+education&1,,2,1,0/indexsort=-
  • Maloney, C., & Konza, D. (2011). "A case study of teachers' professional learning: Becoming a community professional learning or not?" Issues in Educational Research, 21(1), 75-87.
  • Oakley, G., Lock, G., Budgen, F., & Hamlett, B. (2011). Pre-service teachers’ attendance at lectures and tutorials: Why don’t they turn up? The Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 36 (5). Available at: http://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol36/iss5/3
  • Ormond, C. (2011). Tailoring mentoring for new mathematics and science teachers: An exploratory study. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 36(4). Retrieved from http://library.ecu.edu.au/search~S7?/s.++Australian+Journal+of+Teacher+Education/saustralian+journal+of+teacher+education/1,1,2,B/l856~b1639818&FF=saustralian+journal+of+teacher+education&1,,2,1,0/indexsort=-
  • Pilkington, K. & Lock, G. (in press). Innovative design for enhancing achievements in schools: The Western Australian experience, Leading and Managing. Manuscript submitted for publication.
  • Trinidad, S., Sharplin, E., Lock, G., Ledger, S., Boyd, D., & Terry, E. (2011). Developing strategies at the pre-service level to address critical teacher attraction and retention issues in Australian rural, regional and remote schools. Education in Rural Australia 21(2), 111-120.
  • White, S., Lock, G., Hastings, W., Cooper, M., Reid, J., & Green, B. (2011) Investing in sustainable and resilient rural social space: Lessons for teacher education. Education in Rural Australia 21(1), 67-78.

Other

  • Fried, L., & Konza, D. (2011). Developing foundational literacy skills for year 1 to 3 students in need of reading assistance, through the training of paraprofessionals, at Westminster Junior Primary School. Perth, WA: Fogarty Learning Centre, Edith Cowan University.
  • Galloway, A., Gower, G., Byrne, M., & Hackling, M. (2011). High Achievers’ Program for Aboriginal Students. Department of Education and Training Western Australia.
  • Konza, D., Fried, L., & Michael, M. (2011). Clarkson Cluster Collaboration: A framework of literacy intervention for at-risk Year 2 students in five schools. Perth, WA: Fogarty Learning Centre, Edith Cowan University.
  • Konza, D. & Maloney, C. (2011). Assessing the impact of a commercial systematic phonics program on teacher knowledge, attitude to teaching, and pre-primary student progress. Perth, WA: Fogarty Learning Centre, Edith Cowan University.
  • Lock, G., Budgen, F., Oakley, G., & Lunay, R. (in press) The loneliness of the long-distance principal: Tales from remote Western Australia. Manuscript submitted for publication.
  • Lock, G., Budgen, F., Oakley, G., & Lunay, R. (2011). What’s going on out there? Teacher experiences in isolated schools: Lessons for teacher educators. Paper presented at the Australian Teacher Education conference, Melbourne, Victoria.
  • Ravindran, S. & Waugh, R.F. (2011). A Rasch measure of the Physics Conceptual Understanding Test for Year 9 Students in Singapore. Paper accepted for presentation at the International Rasch PROMS Conference in Singapore, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, 13-15 July

2010

Books

  • Fellowes, J. & Oakley,G.( 2010). Early childhood language and literacy. Melbourne: Oxford University Press.

Edited books

  • Waugh, R.F. (2009/2010) (Ed.). Applications of Rasch measurement in education. New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Waugh, R.F. (2009/2010) (Ed.). Specialized Rasch measures applied at the forefront of education. New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Book chapters

  • Biswas, M. & Waugh, R.F. (2010). A Rasch measure of university students’ receptivity to peers with disabilities across two cultures. In Waugh, R.F. (Ed.), Specialized Rasch Measures Applied at the Forefront of Education (pp.205 – 224). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Brook, C., & Lock, G. (2010). Reflective practice, professional learning and educational partnerships: Effecting change in classroom settings. In E. M. W. Ng. (Ed.), Comparative blended learning practices and environments. Hershey, PA: Information Science Reference.
  • Chuesathuchon C. & Waugh, R.F. (2010). Item Banking and Computerized Adaptive Testing: An Example for Primary Mathematics in Thailand. In Waugh, R.F. (Ed.), Applications of Rasch Measurement in Education. New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Choe Kee Cheng & Waugh, R.F. (2010). A Rasch measure of student receptivity to project work at a junior college in Singapore. In Waugh, R.F. (Ed.), Specialized Rasch Measures Applied at the Forefront of Education (pp.1-22). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Edries, A. & Waugh, R.F. (2010). Rasch measures for interpersonal and intrapersonal student self-views based on Gardner Intelligences. In Waugh, R.F. (Ed.), Applications of Rasch Measurement in Education (pp. 37 – 62). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Edries, A. & Waugh, R.F. (2010). Rasch Measures for sports, drama and music student self-views based on Gardner Intelligences. In Waugh, R.F. (Ed.), Specialized Rasch Measures Applied at the Forefront of Education (pp. 23- 48). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Edries, A. & Waugh, R.F. (2010). Rasch measures for student self-views of Mathematics, English and Arts based on Gardner Intelligences. In Waugh, R.F.(Ed.), Applications of Rasch Measurement in Education (pp. 63 – 76). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Edries, A. & Waugh, R.F. (2010). Teacher Guttman Scales and teacher views at the Australian Islamic College. In Waugh, R.F. (Ed.), Specialized Rasch Measures Applied at the Forefront of Education (pp. 49 – 64). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Konza, D., Fried, L. & Michael, M. (2010). Responding to the challenge of teaching English language skills. In B. Diehr & Rymarczyk, J. (Eds), Inquiries in Language Learning. Frankfurt: Peter Lang
  • Leitao, N. & Waugh, R.F. (2010). A Rasch measure of student views of teacher-student relationships in the primary school. In Waugh, R.F. (Ed.), Applications of Rasch Measurement in Education (pp.95 – 118). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Leung Kin Man Thomas & Waugh, R.F. (2010). A Rasch measure of attitudes towards career counselling. In R.F. Waugh (Ed.), Applications of Rasch Measurement in Education (pp.143 – 154). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Leung Kin Man Thomas & Waugh, R.F. (2010). A Rasch measure of career decision-making self-efficacy. In R.F. Waugh (Ed.), Applications of Rasch Measurement in Education (pp.119 - 142). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Liu Shiueh Ling & Waugh, R.F. (2010). Rasch measures of dependability and responsibility in mathematics education. In Waugh, R.F. (Ed.), Specialized Rasch measures applied at the forefront of education (pp.131 - 152). New York: Nova Science Publishers
  • Liu Shiueh Ling & Waugh, R.F. (2010). Rasch measures of self-discipline and moderation in mathematics education. In Waugh, R.F. (Ed.), Specialized Rasch measures applied at the forefront of education (pp.101- 130). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Ong Chun Ghee & Waugh, R.F. (2010). Background to the Chinese Language Testing at Cambridge “A” Level Standard (for Chapters 9 and 10). In R.F. Waugh (Ed.), Applications of Rasch Measurement in Education (pp.155 - 200). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Ong Chun Ghee & Waugh, R.F. (2010). Rasch Measures of a Mock Chinese Language Test at Cambridge ‘A’ Level. In R.F. Waugh (Ed.), Applications of Rasch measurement in education (pp.201 - 222). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Ong Chun Ghee & Waugh, R.F. (2010). Rasch Measures of an authentic Chinese language test at Cambridge ‘A’ Level. In R.F. Waugh (Ed.), Applications of Rasch Measurement in Education (pp.223 - 242). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Radha Devi Innithan & Waugh, R.F. (2010). A Rasch measure linking attitude and behavior to Mathematics. In Waugh, R.F. (Ed.), Specialized Rasch measures applied at the forefront of education (pp.181 - 204). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Richmond, J., Waugh, R.F. & Konza, D. (2010). Rasch Measures of form constancy in alphabet letters and letters in words. In Waugh, R.F. (Ed.), Specialized Rasch measures applied at the forefront of education (pp.62 – 82). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Richmond, J., Waugh, R.F., & Konza, D. (2010). Rasch measures of form constancy in letters and numbers, and letters in words, for young children. In R.F Waugh, Specialized Rasch measures applied at the forefront of education (pp. 65-81). New York: Nova Science.
  • Richmond, J., Waugh, R.F. & Konza, D. (2010). Rasch Measures of form constancy in numbers and numbers in calculations. In Waugh, R.F. (Ed.), Specialized Rasch measures applied at the forefront of education (pp. 83 – 100). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Richmond, J., Waugh, R.F., Konza, D. (2010). Rasch measures of number discrimination and reversal, and numbers in calculations for young children. In R.F Waugh, Specialized Rasch measures applied at the forefront of education (pp. 83-99). New York: Nova Science.
  • Tan Hock Chye & Waugh, R.F. (2010). A unidimensional, linear Rasch measure of motivation in Science and Mathematics. In R.F. Waugh (Ed.), Applications of Rasch measurement in education (pp.77 - 94). New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Wong Heng Aik Jason & Waugh, R.F. (2010). A Rasch measure of Student Entrepreneurial Mindset in Singapore. In Waugh, R.F. (Ed.), Specialized Rasch measures applied at the forefront of education (pp.153 - 180). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Refereed journal articles

  • Barnes, B. & Lock, G. (2010). The attributes of effective lecturers of English as a foreign language as perceived by students in a Korean university. The Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 35(1), 139-152. http://ajte.education.ecu.edu.au/issues/PDF/351/Barnes.pdf
  • Fried, L. (2010). Understanding and enhancing emotion and motivation regulation strategy use in the classroom. The International Journal of Learning, 17(6), 115 – 129.
  • Konza, D., Maloney, C., & Grafton, P. (2010). It takes two to talk: A focused intervention program for parents and children with language delays. The International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, · 5, 62-74.
  • Konza, D., Michael, M., & Fried, L. (2010). From "learning to read" to "reading to learn": Bridging the gap. The International Journal of the Humanities, 8(6), 115-130.
  • Konza, D., & Michael, M. (2010). Supporting the literacy of diverse students in secondary schools. The International Journal of Learning, 17(7), 193-207.
  • Moore, W. & Hammond, L. (2010). Using education assistants to help pave the road to literacy: Supporting oral language, letter-sound knowledge and phonemic awareness in the pre-primary year. Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 15 (2), 112- 137.
  • Paris,.L.F. (2010) Reciprocal mentoring residencies – better transitions to teaching. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 35 (3), 14-26.
  • Peterson, R., Herrington, J., Konza, D., Tzvetkova-Arsova, M., & Stefanov, K. (2008). Assisting Bulgarian special educators with competency development online. Campus-Wide Information Systems. The International Journal of Information and Learning Technology, 25(4), 197-208.
  • Reid, J., Green, B., Cooper, M., Hastings, W., Lock, G., & White, S. (2010). Regenerating rural social space? Teacher education for rural-regional sustainability. The Australian Journal of Education, 54(3), 262-276.
  • Teo, L.K.C. & Waugh, R.F. (2010). A Rasch measure of fostering creativity. Creativity Research Journal, 22 (2), 206-218.
  • Waugh, R.F. & Ketusiri, A. (2010). Lecturer receptivity to a major planned educational change in a centrally-controlled system at Rajabhat universities in Thailand. Journal of Educational Change, 10, 13-36.
  • Wright, J., Konza, D., Hearne, D., & Okely, A. (2008). The Gold Medal Fitness Project: A model for teacher change. Physical Education & Sport Pedagogy, 13(1), 49-64.

Refereed conference publications

  • Callcott, D., Budgen, F., Main, S., & Hamlett, B. (2010). Staying in the game: Retention and engagement in first year. Paper presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education conference, Melbourne, Victoria.
  • Richmond, J. & Waugh, R.F. (2010). Spatial orientation and sequencing of letters and numbers by young children: A Rasch measurement analysis. Refereed paper presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education Conference (AARE2009), 29 November to 3 December at the National Convention Centre in Canberra, and published in the Conference Proceedings March 2010
  • Richmond, J. & Waugh, R.F. (2010). Visual discrimination of letters in the alphabet by young children: A Rasch measurement analysis. Refereed paper presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education Conference (AARE2009), 29 November to 3 December at the National Convention Centre in Canberra, and published in the Conference Proceedings March 2010.

Other

  • Angus, M., McDonald, T., Ormond, C., Rybarcyk, R., Taylor, A. & Winterton, A. (2010). Trajectories of academic performance and classroom behaviour: A study of student engagement with learning. Perth: Edith Cowan University.
  • Chou, Y & Konza, D. (2010). Evaluation of the South Australian Accelerated Literacy Program. Adelaide, SA: South Australian Department of Education and Children’s Services.
  • Haig, Y. & Vanderford, S. (2010). The PEPELL Project: Monitoring the progress of early phase English as a second language learners. Perth, WA: Fogarty Learning Centre.
  • Konza, D., & Michael, M. (2010). Investigating the effects of “high yield” literacy intervention strategies and a streamlined monitoring system for low-achieving students in Years 2-4. Perth, WA: Association of Independent Schools in Western Australia.
  • Konza, D., Woodley, L., & Pond, L. (2010). Special education resources for teachers: Creative arts. Terrigal, NSW: David Barlow Publishing.
  • Konza, D., Woodley, L., & Pond, L. (2010). Special education resources for teachers: Design and technology. Terrigal, NSW: David Barlow Publishing.
  • Konza, D., Woodley, L., & Pond, L. (2010). Special education resources for teachers: Health and physical education. Terrigal, NSW: David Barlow Publishing.
  • Ormond, C.,& Sherriff, B. (2010). An Early support program for mathematics and science teachers: professional mentoring for re-training teachers; Final Report for the Department of Education and Training. Perth, Western Australia: Edith Cowan University.
  • Richmond, J. & Waugh, R.F. (2010). A Rasch measurement of form constancy of letters and numbers, letters in words, and numbers in calculations for young children. A paper presented at the International Conference on Probabilistic models for measurement in Education, Psychology, Social Science and Health, held in Copenhagen, Denmark, from June 14-16, 2010.
  • Sherriff, B. & Ormond, C. (2010). Support tips for beginning secondary teachers and their mentors. In-house publication, Edith Cowan University.

2009

Books

  • Lim, C., Cock, K., Lock, G., & Brook, C. (2009). Innovative practices in pre-service teacher education: An Asia-Pacific perspective. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers. Edited Books · Rogers, P & A. Stansell. (Eds) Traditions of writing research: Traditions, trends, and trajectories. London: Erlbaum-Taylor and Francis.

Book chapters

  • Lock, G. & Yardley, B. (2009) Managing school-university partnerships at Edith Cowan University. In Lim, C., Cock, K., Lock, G., & Brook, C. (2009), Innovative practices in pre-service teacher education: An Asia-Pacific perspective. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  • Yardley, B., Lock, G., & Walsh, E. (2009). Implementing a professional learning journal in a pre-service teacher education course. In Lim, C., Cock, K., Lock, G., & Brook, C. (2009), Innovative practices in pre-service teacher education: An Asia-Pacific perspective. Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

Refereed journal articles

  • Gray, J., & Hackling, M. (2009). Wellbeing and retention: A senior secondary student perspective. Australian Educational Researcher. 36(2), 119- 145.
  • Konza, D.M. (2009). Teacher talk: The role of teacher language in increasing engagement and managing the behaviour of students with behavioural problems. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 3(11), 29-34.
  • Lock, G., Reid, J., Green, B., Hastings, W., Cooper, M., & White, S. (2009). Researching rural-regional teacher education in Australia. [Special 25th anniversary issue] Education in Rural Australia 31(2). Retrieved from http://library.ecu.edu.au/search~S7?/seducation+in+rural+australia/seducation+in+rural+australia/1,1,2,B/l856~b1646860&FF=seducation+in+rural+australia&1,,2,1,0
  • Oliver, R., Haig, Y. & Grote, E. (2009). Addressing the educational challenges faced by African refugee background students: Perceptions of Western Australian stakeholders. TESOL in Context, 19 (1), 23-38.
  • Paris,.L.F. (2009) Content knowledge mentoring within a deficit model of initial teacher education. Journal of Art Education Australia, 29 (1) 28-47. · Thwaite, A. & Rivalland J. (2009) How can analysis of classroom talk help teachers reflect on their practices? The Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 32 (1) 38-54.
  • Waugh, R.F. & Ketusiri, A. (2009).Lecturer receptivity to a major planned educational change in a centrally-controlled system at Rajabhat Universities in Thailand. Journal of Educational Change,10(1),13-36.

Refereed conference publications

  • Angus, M. (2009). Ensuring that all students reach minimum national standards for literacy and numeracy: What needs to change? Keynote address to the 1st National Primary Years Conference, Adelaide, May 2009.
  • Dobozy, E., & Michael, M., (2009) Learning adventures in practice: "Bumpy' beginnings to PBL implementation. Proceedings of the Catholic Education Office of WA Annual Conference. Perth: The Catholic Education Office Of WA.
  • Konza, D. (2009). From paw print to ink print: Teaching and learning using pattern recognition. Paper presented at “Live it! Love it! Learn it! Annual Conference of the Catholic Education Office of WA, Perth, Western Australia.
  • Main,S. & O’Rourke, J. (2009). Yay it’s Maths: Using Handheld Game Consoles in a Primary Classroom. The Catholic Education Office of Western Australia Curriculum Conference 2009.
  • Michael, M. (2009) What makes today's kids really sit up and fires their neural fibres? Technology. So how can teachers help "curiosity" to kill the cat? Proceedings of the Catholic Education Office of WA Annual Conference. Perth: The Catholic Education Office of WA.
  • White, S., Lock, G., Hastings, W., Reid, J., Green, B., & Cooper, M. (2009). Supporting beginning rural teachers: Lessons from successful schools. 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.

Other

  • Byrne, M. (2009). An Investigation into the challenges teachers face when teaching in a low socio-economic primary school. (Doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from http://library.ecu.edu.au/
  • Byrne, M., Galloway, A., Gower, G., & Weissofner, N. (2008). Effective science program delivery for remote area schools. Perth: Centre for Indigenous Australian Knowledges.
  • Konza, D., & Gray, T. (2009). Characteristics of effective implementation of the ‘Getting it Right” literacy strategy in secondary schools in Western Australia. Perth, WA: Department of Education and Training.
  • Konza, D., & Woodley, L. (2009). Special education resources for teachers: English. Terrigal, NSW: David Barlow Publishing.
  • Konza, D., Woodley, L., & Pond, L. (2009). Special education resources for teachers: Geography. Terrigal, NSW: David Barlow Publishing.
  • Konza, D., & Woodley, L. (2009). Special education resources for teachers: History. Terrigal, NSW: David Barlow Publishing.
  • Ormond, C., & Konza, D. (2009). Special education resources for teachers: Maths. Terrigal, NSW: David Barlow Publishing.
  • Konza, D., & Woodley, L. (2009). Special education resources for teachers: Science. Terrigal, NSW: David Barlow Publishing.
  • Paris,.L.F. (2009) Reciprocal- Mentoring Residencies. Presentation: Education Research Institute – Fogarty Learning Centre
  • Paris,.L.F. (2009) Reciprocal Mentoring Residencies: Better Transitions to Teaching. WAIER Conference presentation.
  • Paris,.L.F. (2009) The Graduate Mentor Projection in Visual Arts Education (Doctoral Thesis). Retrieved from http://library.ecu.edu.au/

2008

Books

  • Partington, G., Gray, J., & Byrne, M. (2008). School attendance and Aboriginal students. Perth: CIAK, ECU. ISBN 9780975677918.

Edited books

  • Kell, W. Vialle, D. Konza and G. Vogl (Eds.).(2008) Learning and the learner: Exploring learning for new times. Faculty of Education:University of Wollongong, ISBN: 978-1-74128-145-3. Book Chapters
  • Kell, P., Vialle, W., Konza, D., & Vogl, G. (2008). Learning and the learner: Exploring learning for new times. In P. Kell, W. Vialle, D. Konza and G. Vogl (eds), Learning and the learner: Exploring learning for new times (pp. 4-10). Faculty of Education:University of Wollongong.
  • Konza, D. (2008). Increasing the on-task behaviour of students with attention difficulties. In T. Aspland (Ed.), Teacher educators at work: What works and where is the evidence? University of the Sunshine Coast:ATEA.

Refereed journal articles

  • Barratt-Pugh, C., & Rohl, M. (2008). Participants perspectives on a family literacy program: Voices of participants. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 3 (6) 177-184.
  • Barrett, E., & Hammond, L. (2008). Early childhood education of children with specific language impairments. Australian Journal of Learning Difficulties, 13 (2), 145-160.
  • Gray, J., & Beresford, Q. (2008). A ‘formidable challenge’: A Multidisciplinary Perspective on Australian’s Quest for Equity in Indigenous Education. Australian Journal of Education. 52(2) Retrieved from http://library.ecu.edu.au/search~S7?/sAustralian+Journal+of+Education+/saustralian+journal+of+education/1,5,7,B/l856~b1446926&FF=saustralian+journal+of+education&2,,2,1,0/indexsort=-
  • Kilgallon, P., Maloney, C., & Lock, G. (2008). Early childhood teachers coping with educational change. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 33(1) 23-29.
  • Kilgallon, P., Maloney, C., & Lock, G. (2008). Early childhood teachers’ sustainment in the classroom. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 33(1), 41-53. http://ajte.education.ecu.edu.au/issues/PDF/332/Kilgallon.pdf
  • Lock, G. (2008). Preparing teachers for rural appointments: Lessons from Australia. The Rural Educator, 29(2), 24-30.
  • Lunay, R. & Lock, G. (2008). Relief teachers: Are we ignoring a possible rich teaching resource? SubJournal,  9(2), 17-24.
  • Main, S. & Hammond, L. (2008). Best practice or most practiced? Pre-service teachers’ beliefs about effective behaviour management strategies and reported self-efficacy. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 33(4), 28-39.
  • O’Rourke, J., & Houghton, S. (2008).  The perceptions of secondary teachers and students about the implementation of an inclusive classroom model for students with mild disabilities. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 34 (1), 23-41.
  • O’Rourke, J., & Houghton, S. (2008).  Perceptions of secondary school students with mild disabilities to the academic and social support mechanisms implemented in regular classrooms. International Journal of Development, Disabilities & Education, 55 (3), 227-237.
  • O’Rourke, J., Main, S. & Cooper, M. (2008). Secondary v K-7: Pre-service teacher attitudes towards inclusion. International Journal of Learning, 15 (7), 97-104.

Refereed conference publications

  • Angus, M. (2008). Investing in Australian primary education. Keynote address to the national conference of the Australian Primary Principals Association, Sydney, 29 October 2008.
  • Biswas, M. & Waugh, R.F. (2008). University students' receptivity to peers with disabilities. Paper presented at the 3rd International Rasch Measurement Conference held at the University of Western Australia on 22-24 January 2008.
  • Budgen, F., Lock, G., Oakley, G. & Hamlett, B. (2008). Student preferences for teaching and learning modes. Paper presented at the Australian Teacher Education conference, Sunshine Coast, Queensland.
  • Choe, K.C. & Waugh, R.F. (2008). Student receptivity to project work at a junior college in Singapore. Paper presented at the 3rd International Rasch Measurement Conference held at the University of Western Australia on 22-24 January 2008.
  • Chuesthachon, C. & Waugh, R.F. (2008). Computerized adaptive testing for mathematics in primary schools in Thailand. Paper presented at the 3rd International Rasch Measurement Conference held at the University of Western Australia on 22-24 January 2008.
  • Chuesathuchon, C. & Waugh, R.F. (2008). Item banking with Rasch measurement: An example for primary mathematics in Thailand. Refereed paper presented and included in the Conference Proceedings, EDU-COM2008 Conference held at Khon Kaen, Thailand 19-21 November 2008.
  • Ho, L.F.M. & Waugh, R.F. (2008). A Rasch measurement of the use of cohesive devices in writing English as a foreign language by secondary students in Hong Kong. Paper presented at the 3rd International Rasch Measurement Conference held at the University of Western Australia on 22-24 January 2008.
  • Leitao, N. & Waugh, R.F. (2008). Teachers' views of teacher/student relationships in the primary school. Paper presented at the 3rd International Rasch Measurement Conference held at the University of Western Australia on 22-24 January 2008.
  • Lock, G., Oakley, G., Budgen, F. & Hamlett, B. (2008). Pre-service teacher attendance at lectures and tutorials. Paper presented at the Australian Teacher Education conference, Sunshine Coast, Queensland.
  • Main, S. J., & O'Rourke, J. A. (2009). 'Yay it’s Maths!' Using hand-held game consoles in a primary classroom. Paper presented at the Rising Achievement in Schools (RAISe) Teacher Conference: Live it! Love it! Learn it! Developing a hunger for the learning adventure, Perth Convention Exhibition Centre, Western Australia.
  • Teo, L.K.C. & Waugh, R.F. (2008). A Rasch measurement of methods of fostering creativity for students studying mechatronics at a polytechnic in Singapore. Paper presented at the 3rd International Rasch Measurement Conference held at the University of Western Australia on 22-24 January 2008.
  • Walsh, B., Main, S. & Lock, G, (2008). A reflective journal please. Would you like an ePortfolio with that? Proceedings of the First ECULTURE Conference.
  • Wong, T.H.G. & Waugh, R.F. (2008). Rasch analysis of academic motivation scales. Paper presented at the 3rd International Rasch Measurement Conference held at the University of Western Australia on 22-24 January 2008.

Other

  • Barratt-Pugh, C., Status, S., & Killgallon. P. (2008). Phase two of the evaluation of the Better Beginnings family literacy program 2007-2009: Findings from the first year of the evaluation (2007). Perth: Edith Cowan University.
  • Faulkner, V, Rivalland, J., Hunter, J., Spiers, S. ( 2008). Supporting writers across the middle years of schooling. ECU Collaborative Grant in conjunction with the Australian Independent Schools Association of WA. ECU. Perth
  • Galloway, A., Byrne, M., Gower, G., & Partington, G. (2008). Effective test literacy strategies for Aboriginal Students. Perth: Centre for Indigenous Australian Knowledges.
  • Gray, J., & Hackling, H. (2008).The impact of wellbeing on the senior school culture. Paper presented at annual American Educational Research Association Conference. New York, USA.
  • Robinson, G., Lea. T., Rivalland, J., Bartlett, C., Tyler, W., Morrison, P., Cooper, J., Emmett, S., Dunn, B., (2008) The National Accelerated Literacy Program in the Northern Territory, 2004-2008, Implementation and Outcomes: Final Evaluation Report, Darwin: School for Social and Policy Research, Institute of Advanced Studies. Charles Darwin University.
  • Robson, G., Angus, M & McDonald, T. (2008). BM&D: An evaluation of the Behaviour Management and Discipline Strategy 2001-2007. Perth: Edith Cowan University.

2007

Books

  • Angus, M., Olney, H. & Ainley, J. (2007). In the balance: The future of Australia’s primary schools. Canberra: Australian Primary Principals Association.
  • Haig, Y. & Oliver, R. (2007). Waiting in line: African refugee students in Western Australian schools. Bunbury, WA: CSRF.
  • Partington, G., Gray, J., Byrne, M. (2006). School Attendance and Aboriginal Students. Perth: Centre for Indigenous Australian Knowledges

Book Chapters

  • Barratt-Pugh. C. (2007). Multiple ways of making meaning: Children as writers. In L. Makin., C. Jones-Diaz & C. McLachlan (Eds.), Literacies in childhood: changing views, challenging practice (pp.133-152). NSW:MacLennan & Petty.
  • Konza, D., & Brown, G. (2007). Teacher education in Australia: Current issues and concerns. In Z. Moris, H.A. Rahim & S.A. Manan (Eds), Higher education in the Asia-Pacific: Emerging trends in teaching and learning (pp.178-191). Joint publication of the National Higher Education Research Institute and Penerbit Universiti Sains Malaysia.

Refereed journal articles

  • Bowering, M. & Lock, G. (2007). A cross-cultural teacher-training program for Singaporean Muslim students. Australian Journal of Teacher Education 32(3). http://ajte.education.ecu.edu.au/issues/PDF/323/Bowering.pdf
  • Chan, Sok-Chin M. & Waugh, R.F. (2007). Factors affecting student participation in the online learning environment at the Open University of Hong Kong. Journal of Distance Education, 21 (3), 23-38.
  • Hammond, L. & Meehan, R. (2007) Walking the talk: Western Australian teachers' beliefs about early reading and spelling instruction and their knowledge of metalinguistics. Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 11 (1), 17-25.
  • Konza, D., & Pappas, J. (2007). Peace in the classroom: International Journal of the Humanities, 5(11), 107-114.
  • Njiru, J.N. & Waugh, R.F. (2007). Rasch measurement of self-regulated learning in an information and communication technology rich environment. Journal of Applied Measurement, 8 (4), 417-437.
  • Waugh, R.F. & Ketusiri, A. (2007). Lecturer receptivity to a major planned educational change in a centrally-controlled system at Rajabhat Universities in Thailand. Journal of Educational Change, first online. Published online at http:www.springerlink.com/content/
  • Waugh, R.F. & Riddoch, J.V. (2007). The effect of classical music on painting quality and classroom behaviour for students with severe intellectual disabilities in special schools. International Journal of Special Education, 22 (3) Published online at http:www.internationaljournalofspecialeducation.com/contents/cfm

Refereed conference publications

  • Angus, M., Olney, H. & Ainley, J. (2007). In the balance: The future of Australia's primary schools. Canberra: Australian Primary Principals Association.
  • Biswas, M. & Waugh, R.F. (2007). A qualitative analysis of university students’ receptivity to peers with disabilities. Refereed paper presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education Conference (AARE2007), 25-29 November at Notre Dame University in Fremantle, and published in the Conference Proceedings January 2008.
  • Biswas, M. & Waugh, R.F. (2007). A Rasch measurement model analysis of university students' receptivity to peers with disabilities. Refereed paper presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education Conference (AARE2007), 25-29 November at Notre Dame University in Fremantle, and published in the Conference Proceedings January 2008.
  • Byrne, M., Galloway, A. & Partington, G. (2007). Supporting teachers to support students in challenging contexts. A paper presented at the International education research conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education, held at the University of Notre Dame, Fremantle, 25-29 November 2007.
  • Gray, J. (Ed.) (2006). Making teaching public: Reforms in teacher education: Proceedings of the 2006 Australian Teacher Education National Conference. Perth: ATEA. ISBN:0977568504
  • Gray, J. (2007). Preparing pre-service teachers to work in partnership with senior secondary students. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Australian Teacher Education Association, Wollongong, July 2007
  • Gray, J. (2007). Sustaining student engagement. Paper presented at AARE in Fremantle, November 2007.
  • Gray, J., & Hackling, M. (2007). Considering the impact of student engagement on quality participation and retention in senior secondary schooling. Paper presented at AARE in Fremantle, November 2007.
  • Konza, D. M., Kiggins, J. & Brown, G. L. (2007). Community Service: Including a social justice component in a teacher education program. In J. Kiggins, L. K. Kervin & J. Mantei (Eds.), Quality in Teacher Education: Considering different perspectives and agendas. Wollongong: ATEA.
  • Leitao, N. & Waugh, R.F. (2007). Student views' of teacher-students relationships in the primary school. Refereed paper presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education Conference (AARE2007), 25-29 November at Notre Dame University in Fremantle, and published in the Conference Proceedings January 2008.
  • Leitao, N. & Waugh, R.F. (2007). Teachers' views of teacher-student relationships in the primary school. Refereed paper presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education Conference (AARE2007), 25-29 November at Notre Dame University in Fremantle, and published in the Conference Proceedings January 2008.
  • Njiru, J.N. & Waugh, R.F. (2007). Application of Rasch measurement model in measuring self-regulated learning in an ICT-rich environment. Refereed paper presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education Conference (AARE2007), 25-29 November at Notre Dame University in Fremantle, and published in the Conference Proceedings January 2008.
  • Njiru, J.N. & Waugh, R.F. (2007). University students' self-regulation of learning in an information and communications technology ICT-rich environment. Refereed paper presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education Conference (AARE2007), 25-29 November at Notre Dame University in Fremantle, and published in the Conference Proceedings January 2008.
  • Northcote, M., Brook, C., Leggett, B., Gray, J., & Cock, K. (2007). A professional learning program for master teachers and school leaders in Indonesia. Paper presented at the Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) Conference, Fremantle, Western Australia
  • Peterson, R., Herrington, J., Konza, D., Tzvetkova-Arsova, Mira., & Krassen, S. (2007). Investigating the role of e-portfolios and online courses in a community of practice: Assisting Bulgarian special educators with lifelong competency development. Winvision ePortfolio Conference "Employability and Lifelong Learning in the Knowledge Society", Maastricht, The Netherlands, 17-19 October.

Other

  • Barratt-Pugh, C. & Oakley, G. (2007). The Identification of Assessment Resources to Support Children Learning to Read in the Early Years of School. Perth: Edith Cowan University.
  • Gray, J. (2007). Creating a young adult ethos. In D. Gurr & P. Duignan (Eds.), Leading Australia’s schools. Canberra: DEST
  • Haig, Y. & McLoughlin, P. (2007). Making listening and speaking work. Interpretations, Vol.28, 8-19.
  • Oakley,G. & Barratt-Pugh, C. (2007). The identification of assessment resources to support children learning to read in the early years of school. Literature review. Perth: Edith Cowan University.

2006

Books

  • Barratt-Pugh, C., Rivalland, J., Hamer. J & Adams. P (2006). Literacy learning in Australia: practical ideas for early childhood educators. Sydney: Thompson Learning.
  • Konza, D. (2006). Teaching children with reading difficulties.(2nd ed.). Melbourne: Thompson Social Science Press.

Book chapters

  • Rohl, M. & Barratt-Pugh,C. (2006) What can professionals working with the parents of children under 3 learn from Better Beginnings? In L.Abbott & A. Langston (Eds), Parent's Matter. Buckingham, UK: Open University Press.
  • Waugh, R.F. (2006). Rasch measurement. In Neil J. Salkind (Ed.), The encyclopedia of measurement and statistics: Vol.3, (pp.820-825). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Refereed journal articles

  • Forlin, C. & Lock, G. (2006). Employing technologies to engage students with diverse needs in rural school communities.  Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 31(1), 31-43.
  • Lock, G. & Forlin, C. (2006). Using information communication technologies in remote school communities. Australian Educational Computing 21(1), 21-25.
  • Lunay, R. & Lock, G. (2006). Alienation among relief teachers servicing WA government metropolitan primary schools. Issues in Educational Research, 16(2), 171-192.
  • O'Rourke, J., & Houghton, S. (2006). Students with mild disabilities in regular classrooms: The development and utility of the Student Perceptions of Classroom Support Scale. Journal of Intellectual and Developmental Disability, 31 (4), 232-242.
  • Rivalland, J. (2006) Writing in the middle years: "The more control we have of words, the more power we have in society as a whole". Literacy Learning: the Middle Years. 14 (3). Retrieved from http://search.informit.com.au/browsePublication;py=2006;vol=14;res=IELHSS;issn=1320-5692;iss=3
  • Tan, A. & Konza, D. (2006) Being special in a meritocracy: The role of special education in Singapore. International Journal of Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, 6(3), 111-118
  • Wren, J. & Haig, Y. (2006). Children talking to understanding aesthetics in visual art. The International Journal of Learning, 13 (6), 95-102.

Refereed conference publications

  • Gray, J. (2006). Completing Year 11: Who stays, who goes and why? Invitational conference 'An Academic Homeplace: An International Community in Teacher Education'. University of Alberta. 23-25 November 2006.
  • Gray, J. (2006). Providing quality school retention: Implications for policy and practice. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Australian Teacher Education Association, Fremantle July 2006.
  • Konza, D. (2006). Teacher Education in Australia: Current issues and challenges. Proceedings of the Higher Education Forum, Penang, Malaysia, 7-11 November. Published on CD.
  • Pappas, J. & Konza, D. (2006). Responding to student and teacher anger in schools: Meditation and minutes of peace. Proceedings of the National Conference of the Australasian Association of Special Education, Canberra, Sept 29-Oct 3. Canberra: AASE.
  • Vonganusith, V. & Gray, J. (2006). Computers can be your EFL friends if you ask them nicely. Paper presented at the 26th Annual Thailand TESOL International Conference: Teaching, Learning, Researching: Three Pillars of TESOL, Chiang Mai, Thailand.

Other

  • Watson, P., Partington, G., Gray, J., & Mack, L. (2006). Aboriginal students and numeracy. A research project commissioned by the AETC WA, funded by DEST through IESIP. Perth, WA: Edith Cowan
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