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Professor Judith Rivalland

Emeritus Professor

Staff Member Details
Email: j.rivalland@ecu.edu.au
Campus: Joondalup  
Room: JO8.418  

Qualifications

  • Master of Arts, United States of America, 1987.
  • Bachelor of Education, The University of Western Australia, 1974.
  • Diploma of Physical Education, The University of Western Australia, 1962.

Research Outputs

Book Chapters

  • Faulkner, V., Rivalland, J., Hunter, J. (2010). Caught in the middle: Improving writing in the middle and upper primary years. Traditions of writing research (198-211). Routledge.

Journal Articles

  • Thwaite, A., Rivalland, J. (2009). How can analysis of classroom talk help teachers reflect on their practices?. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 32(1), 38-54.

Books

  • Barratt-Pugh, C., Rivalland, J., Hamer, J., Adams, P. (2006). Literacy Learning in Australia: Practical Ideas for Early Childhood Educators. Thomson Dunmore Press.

Journal Articles

  • Rivalland, J., Wooller, BB. (2006). Writing in the Middle Years. The more control we have of words the more power, the more power we have in society as a whole. Literacy Learning: The Middle Years, 14(3), 18-27.

Book Chapters

  • Van Kraayenoord, CE., Rohl, M., Rivalland, J. (2005). Intervention approaches for learning difficulties in literacy. Learning Disabilities: A Challenge to Teaching and instuction (117-132). Leuven University Press.

Journal Articles

  • Louden, B., Rohl, M., Barratt-Pugh, C., Brown, C., Cairney, T., Elderfield, J., House, H., Meiers, M., Rivalland, J., Rowe, K. (2005). In Teachers Hands. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 28(3), 175-253.

Creative Arts Research Outputs

  • Louden, W., Rohl, M., Barratt-Pugh, C., Brown, C., Cairney, T., Elderfield, J., House, H., Meiers, M., Rivalland, J., Rowe, K. (2005). In Teachers' Hands: Effective Literacy Teaching Practices in the Early Years of. . Edith Cowan University.

Journal Articles

  • Rivalland, J. (2004). Oral language development and access to school discourse. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 27(n/a), 142-159.

Book Chapters

  • Rivalland, J. (2003). Curious about the world, not so curious about the world.. Look again : longitudinal studies of children's literacy learning (73-84). Primary English Teaching Association.

Journal Articles

  • Rohl, M., Rivalland, J. (2002). Literacy learning difficulties in Australian primary schools. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 25(3), 19-40.

Research Projects

  • Quality Talk: Talk for thinking, reading and writing, Association of Independent Schools of WA, AISWA - Grant, 2013 ‑ 2015, $14,994.
  • Supporting Students to improve their written literacy skills the middle and upper years primary schooling (Years 4-8), Edith Cowan University, ECU Industry Collaboration - Grant, 2006 ‑ 2010, $128,270.
  • Identification of Effective Models of Implementing Getting it Right in Secondary Schools, Department of Education and Training WA, Grant, 2007 ‑ 2009, $42,093.
  • Literacy Intervention: Supporting students with literacy difficulties in the middle and upper years of primary schooling, Edith Cowan University, ECU Industry Collaboration - Grant, 2005 ‑ 2008, $169,000.
  • The Identification of Resources to Support Children Learning to Read in the Early Years of School, Department of Education and Training WA, Grant, 2007 ‑ 2008, $47,185.
  • Data Informed Teaching Phase III: Utilising assessment to inform literacy teaching in the early years of schooling , Association of Independent Schools of WA, AISWA - Grant, 2007, $15,768.
  • The Identification of Resources to Support Children's Social and Emotional Development, Department of Education and Training WA, Grant, 2007, $47,185.
  • Effective teaching and learning practices for students with learning difficulties initiative, Department of Education, Science and Training, Grant, 2004 ‑ 2005, $2,700.
  • Effective Teaching and Learning Practices Leading to Improved Literacy Outcomes in the Early Years of Schooling - RFT 957, Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs, Grant, 2001 ‑ 2005, $598,548.
  • Data-driven teaching: Utilising assessment to inform literacy teaching in the early years of schooling, Association of Independent Schools of WA, AISWA - Grant, 2004 ‑ 2005, $30,366.
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