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Professor Mark Hackling

Emeritus Professor

Staff Member Details
Email: m.hackling@ecu.edu.au
Campus: Joondalup  
Room: JO8.315  

Qualifications

  • , Murdoch University, 1990.
  • , Western Australian Institute of Technology, 1981.
  • , The University of Western Australia, 1972.
  • , England, 1970.

Research Outputs

Journal Articles

  • Main, S., Konza, D., Hackling, M., Lock, G. (2020). Professional learning in reading instruction: The influence of context on engagement and enactment. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 45(6), 76-94. https://doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2020v45n6.5.

Book Chapters

  • Tytler, R., Hsiao-Lan, SC., Hackling, M., Ramseger, J. (2019). A video study of quality teaching and learning in three countries. Video-Based Research in Education: Cross-disciplinary Perspectives (34-49). Routledge.

Book Chapters

  • Won, M., Hackling, M., Treagust, DF. (2017). Secondary science teacher education in Australia. Model science teacher preparation programs: An international comparison of what works (229-248). Information Age Publishing.
  • Hackling, M., Chen, H., Romain, G. (2017). Social and cultural factors framing the teaching and learning of primary science in Australia, Germany and Taiwan.. Quality teaching in primary science education: Cross-cultural perspectives (19-47). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-44383-6_2.
  • Hackling, M., Aranda, G., Freitag-Amtmann, I. (2017). Variations in whole class, small group and individual student work within and across cultures. Quality teaching in primary science education: Cross-cultural perspectives (79-91). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-44383-6_4.
  • Ibrahim-Didi, K., Hackling, M., Ramseger, J., Sherriff, B. (2017). Embodied strategies in the teaching and learning of science. Quality teaching in primary science education: Cross-cultural perspectives (181-221). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-44383-6_8.
  • Hackling, M., Romain, G., Aranda, G. (2017). Reflections on video-based cross-cultural classroom research methodologies. Quality teaching in primary science education: Cross-cultural perspectives (267-289). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-44383-6_11.

Journal Articles

  • Smith, PM., Hackling, M. (2016). Supporting teachers to develop substantive discourse in primary science classrooms. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 41(4), 151-173. https://doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2016v41n4.10.

Journal Articles

  • Hackling, M., Sherriff, B. (2015). Language-based reasoning in primary science. Teaching Science, 61(2), 14-25.
  • Hackling, M. (2015). Think piece: Preparing today's children for the workplaces of tomorrow: The critical role of STEM education. International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education, 23(3), 61-63.
  • Hackling, M., Byrne, M., Gower, G., Anderson, K. (2015). A pedagogical model for engaging Aboriginal children with science learning. Teaching Science, 61(1), 27-39.

Journal Articles

  • Pond, L., Konza, D., Hackling, M. (2014). Enhancing academic vocabulary knowledge through evidence-based instruction. The International Journal of Pedagogy and Curriculum, 20(3), 79-89.
  • Norviewu-Mortty, E., Campbell-Evans, G., Hackling, M. (2014). A model for effective leadership in disadvantaged rural schools in Ghana. Leading and Managing, 20(1), 63-79.

Conference Publications

  • Hackling, M., Murcia, K., Ibrahim-Didi, K., Hill, S. (2014). Methods for multimodal analysis and representation of teaching-learning interactions in primary science lessons captured on video.. Proceedings of the ESERA 2013 Conference: Science Education Research For Evidence-based Teaching and Coherence in Learning (1-8). European Science Education Research.
  • Hackling, M. (2014). Challenges of conducting ethical video-based classroom research. Proceedings of the 2013 Australasian Ethics Network Conference (1-5). Australasian Ethics Network.

Reports

  • Hackling, M., Murcia, K., West, J., Anderson, K. (2014). Optimising STEM Education in WA Schools. Joondalup, WA. Edith Cowan University.

Journal Articles

  • Fitzgerald, A., Hackling, M., Dawson, V. (2013). Through the viewfinder: Reflecting on the collection and analysis of classroom video data. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 12(1), 52-64.
  • Hackling, M., Murcia, K., Ibrahim-Didi, K. (2013). Teacher orchestration of multimodal resources to support the construction of an explanation in a Year 4 Astronomy topic. Teaching Science, 59(1), 7-15.
  • Brown, J., Murcia, K., Hackling, M. (2013). Slowmation: A multimodal strategy for engaging children with primary science. Teaching Science, 59(4), 14-20.
  • Fitzgerald, A., Dawson, V., Hackling, M. (2013). Examining the Beliefs and Practices of Four Effective Australian Primary Science Teachers. Research in Science Education, 43(3), 981-1003. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11165-012-9297-y.

Reports

  • Newhouse, P., Pagram, J., Paris, L., Hackling, M., Tarricone, P., Cooper, M., Campbell, A. (2013). Authentic digital representation of creative works in education: addressing the challenges of digitisation and assessment - Second Interim Report - Visual Arts & Design. Perth, W.A.. Edith Cowan University.

Journal Articles

  • Hackling, M., Barratt-Pugh, C. (2012). Science of materials: A case study of intentional teaching in the early years. Teaching Science, 58(2), 12-17.

Conference Publications

  • Masek, M., Murcia, K., Morrison, J., Newhouse, P., Hackling, M. (2012). Learning in transformational computer games: Exploring design principles for a nanotechnology game. Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE) Conference Proceedings (1-12). Australian Association for Research in Education.
  • Mildenhall, P., Hackling, M. (2012). The Impact of a Professional Learning Intervention Designed to Enhance Year Six Students’ Computational Estimation Performance. Mathematics Education: Expanding Horizons, Proceedings of the 35th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (497-504). Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia.

Reports

  • Newhouse, P., Pagram, J., Paris, L., Hackling, M., Ure, C., Cooper, M., Campbell, A., Tarricone, P. (2012). Authentic digital representation of creative works in education: addressing the challenges of digitsation and assessment - First Interim Report - Visual Arts & Design Courses. Perth, W.A.. Edith Cowan University.

Journal Articles

  • Hackling, M., Smith, P., Murcia, K. (2011). Enhancing classroom discourse in primary science: The puppets project. Teaching Science, 57(2), 18-25.

Journal Articles

  • Hackling, M., Smith, P., Murcia, K. (2010). Talking science: Developing a discourse of inquiry. Teaching Science, 56(1), 17-22.

Conference Publications

  • Mildenhall, P., Hackling, M., Swan, P. (2010). Computational Estimation in the Primary School: A Single Case Study of One Teacher’s Involvement in a Professional Learning Intervention. MERGA33 – 2010 : Shaping the Future of Mathematics Education Proceedings of the 33rd Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (407-413). Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia.

Journal Articles

  • Fitzgerald, A., Dawson, V., Hackling, M. (2009). Perceptions and Pedagogy: Exploring the Beliefs and Practices of an Effective Primary Science Teacher. Teaching Science, 55(3), 19-22.
  • Hackling, M. (2009). Laboratory Technicians in Australian Secondary Schools. Teaching Science, 55(3), 34-39.
  • Gray, J., Hackling, M. (2009). Wellbeing and Retention: A Senior Secondary Student Perspective. Australian Educational Researcher, 36(2), 119-145. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03216902.

Reports

  • Hackling, M., Prain, V. (2008). Impact of Primary Connections on students’ science processes, literacies of science and attitudes towards science. Primary Connections, Stage 3, Interim research and evaluation report 15. Australian Academy of Science website. Australian Academy of Science.

Book Chapters

  • Hackling, M. (2007). Inquiry and investigation in primary science. The art of teaching primary science (127-148). Allen & Unwin.
  • Hackling, M. (2007). Using assessment to improve teaching and learning in primary science. The art of teaching primary science (164-180). Allen & Unwin.

Journal Articles

  • Hackling, M., Peers, S., Prain, V. (2007). Primary Connections: Reforming science teaching in Australian primary schools. Teaching Science, 53(3), 12-16.

Books

  • Lokan, J., Hollingsworth, H., Hackling, M. (2006). Teaching Science in Australia: Results from the TIMMS 1999 Video Study. TIMMS Australia Monograph(8), 170. Australian Council for Educational Research Ltd..

Book Chapters

  • Hackling, M. (2004). Investigating in science. The art of teaching science (88-104). Allen and Unwin.
  • Hackling, M. (2004). Assessment in science. The art of teaching science (126-144). Allen and Unwin.

Book Chapters

  • Rennie, L., Hackling, M., Goodrum, D. (2003). School science and technology education in Australia and the Pacific. Innovations in Science and Technology Education (13-42). UNESCO Publishing.

Journal Articles

  • Hackling, M. (2002). Assessment of Primary Students Scienctific Literacy. Investigation, 18(3), 6-7.

Journal Articles

  • Hackling, M., Goodrum, D., Rennie, L. (2001). The state of science in Australian secondary schools. Australian Science Teachers' Journal, 47, 6-17.
  • Goodrum, D., Hackling, M., Rennie, L. (2001). Science in Australian primary schools: a report card. Australian Science Teachers' Journal, 17, 5-7.
  • Goodrum, D., Hackling, M., Rennie, L. (2001). Science teaching and learning in Australian schools: results of a national study. Research in Science Education, 31, 455-498.

Research Projects

  • Advanced technologies for leading teaching and education practice, The Department of Industry, Innovation, Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education , CRN - Grant, 2011 ‑ 2016, $850,738.
  • An immersive approach to developing reflective practice in teacher learning using 3-dimensional video, Edith Cowan University, ECU Early Career Researcher Grant - 2013, 2013 ‑ 2016, $25,000.
  • Professional development program to embed inclusive and explicit teaching practices in higher education first year units, Office for Learning and Teaching, OLT - Innovation and Development Grant, 2013 ‑ 2015, $46,000.
  • Authentic digital representation of creative works in education: Addressing the challenges of digitisation and assessment., Australian Research Council, Grant - Linkage (Projects), 2011 ‑ 2015, $329,000.
  • In Conversation: Investigating the creative benefits and challenges of collaboration across disciplines and art-forms, Edith Cowan University, ECU Early Career Researcher Grant - 2014, 2014 ‑ 2015, $23,224.
  • Optimisation of STEM Education Support in Western Australian Schools, Department of Commerce, Department of Commerce - Tender, 2013 ‑ 2014, $89,153.
  • Exploring Quality Primary Education in Different Cultures:A Cross National Study of Teaching and Learning in Primary Science Classrooms , Australian Research Council, Grant - Discovery Projects, 2011 ‑ 2014, $148,435.
  • Semiotic resources in the Kindy mathematics classroom, Edith Cowan University, ECU Early Career Researcher Grant - 2013, 2013 ‑ 2014, $22,000.
  • Evaluation of Fogarty EDvance Initiative, Fogarty Foundation, Fogarty EDvance Initiative - tender, 2012 ‑ 2014, $124,022.
  • NanoCity : Stage Two Nanotechnology Game Development, The Department of Industry, Innovation, Climate Change, Science, Research and Tertiary Education , DIISRTE - Grant, 2013, $83,425.
  • Nanotechnology Online game, Edith Cowan University, ECU Industry Collaboration Grant - 2012 (Round 1), 2012 ‑ 2013, $65,000.
  • Engaging Aboriginal Children and their teachers with science, Edith Cowan University, ECU Industry Collaboration - Grant, 2011 ‑ 2012, $36,310.
  • Evaluation of the Science Component of the SA DECS Primary Mathematics and Science Strategy (Phase 3), Department for Education (SA), Grant, 2011 ‑ 2012, $68,254.
  • Evaluation of the Science Component of the SA DECS Primary Mathematics and Science Strategy, Department of Education (SA), Grant, 2010 ‑ 2012, $61,683.
  • Evaluation of the Science Component of the SA DECS Primary Mathematics and Science Strategy (Phase 2), Department for Education (SA), Grant, 2011 ‑ 2012, $44,895.
  • Investigating the feasibility of using digital representations of work for authentic and reliable performance assessment in senior secondary school courses, Australian Research Council, Grant - Linkage (Projects), 2007 ‑ 2011, $571,129.
  • High Achievers' Science Program for Aboriginal Students, Department of Education and Training WA, Grant, 2008 ‑ 2011, $72,606.
  • Spice 2 Evaluation, University of Western Australia, Grant, 2010 ‑ 2011, $45,397.
  • SA Trial of Primary Connections, Department for Education (SA), Grant, 2009 ‑ 2010, $17,583.
  • Enhancing Classroom Discourse in Primary Science, Edith Cowan University, ECU Industry Collaboration - Grant, 2009 ‑ 2010, $78,439.
  • The Status of School Science Laboratory Technicians in Australian Secondary Schools, Department of Education, Science and Training, Grant, 2007 ‑ 2009, $27,273.
  • Primary Connections: Stage 3b, Australian Academy of Science, Grant, 2007 ‑ 2008, $54,545.
  • Science by Doing Pilot Project, Australian Academy of Science, Grant, 2007 ‑ 2008, $85,059.
  • Primary Connections: Stage 3c, Australian Academy of Science, Grant, 2007 ‑ 2008, $8,591.
  • Primary Connections: Linking science with literacy Stage 3, Australian Academy of Science, Grant, 2006 ‑ 2007, $112,728.
  • Phase 1 of the Year 11 Quality Retention Project, Sevenoaks Senior College, Grant, 2006 ‑ 2007, $18,182.
  • SPICE Evaluation: Phase 1, University of Western Australia, Grant, 2006 ‑ 2007, $26,000.
  • Primary Science and Literacy Project, Australian Academy of Science, Grant, 2004 ‑ 2006, $148,000.
  • Primary Connections, Australian Academy of Science, Grant, 2006, $54,545.
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