Thursday, June 12, 2008

Digital education

A disturbing domain: discussed the growing phenomenon of cyber-bullying and outlines what teachers can do to address it., Education review, vol 18, No 3, May 2008.

Authenticity in a virtual world, EQ Australia, Winter 2008, p11-12.

Menace or motivator: students have educational needs in mathematics that can potentially be met by interactive, educational activities on mobile phones. EQ Australia, Winter 2008, p41-42.

EQ Australia Winter 2008 edition special edition on education in a digital/virtual world.


Why kids don’t like maths, Directions in Education, Vol 17, no 4, 14 Mar 2008, p4.

Engaging students in purposeful mathematics, Reflections, Vol 33, No 1, Feb 2008, pp 28-30.

Reflections on learning number: a new approach to percentages, Reflections, Vol 33, No 1, Feb 2008, pp 15-18.

Problem solving support for English language learners, Teaching Children Mathematics, Vol 14, No 8, April 2008, pp479-484.

Information literacy and libraries

Practice makes perfect: improving student research skills through evidence-based practice, Jonathon Heard, Access, vol 22 Issue 1, 2008, pp15-21.

The Australian collaboration free web educational resources, Access, vol 22 Issue 1, 2008, pp 9-13.

Finding what you're looking for: a reader-centred approach to the classification of adult fiction in public libraries, Australina library journal, Vol 57, No 2, May 2008, pp 169-177.


We do make a difference: shared moral purpose and shared leadership in the pursuit of learning, Michael Bezzina, Leading and Managing, Vol 14, No 1 Autumn/winter 2008, pp 38-59.

Shared leadership: building productive relationships, Teacher, May 2008, pp52-55.

Imagining school leadership. Professional Educator Vol 7 No 2 June 2008, pp 16-21.