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Dr Anne Hume

Anne Hume
Mathematics, Science, and Technology Education
Chairperson/Senior Lecturer
Technology, Environmental, Mathematics, and Science Education Research Centre
Researcher (Science Education - Leader)
University of Waikato
Senior Lecturer

(+64) 7 8384466 ext 7880
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Qualifications

Post Graduate Certificate in Tertiary TeachingUniversity of Waikato
Doctor of EducationUniversity of Waikato
Master of EducationUniversity of Waikato
Diploma in Educational StudiesUniversity of Waikato
Diploma in TeachingNZ Department of Education
Teachers College DiplomaNZ Department of Education
Bachelor of ScienceUniversity of Auckland

Anne is a senior lecturer in science education at undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate levels.  She is also Associate Director at the Technology, Environmental, Mathematics and Science (TEMS) Education Research Centre leading the Science Research Group and Chairperson of the Mathematics, Technology and Science Education Department in the Faculty of Education. 

Before taking up her current position in early 2005, Anne was an evaluator with the New Zealand Education Review Office for 4 years, following 25 years secondary teaching, 16 of those as head of a science department.  She has had extensive experience in the wider science education scene in New Zealand, including membership of: the Board of the Royal Society of NZ; the writing team for the 1993 Science in the New Zealand Curriculum, and the science expert panel for the National Certificate of Educational Achievement (NCEA).  From 1993-94 she was President of the New Zealand Science Teachers’ Association (NZASE), and in 1993 she was awarded a New Zealand Suffrage Medal for contributions to science education, followed by a British Council Travel Award in 1996.  Recent awards include a Fulbright Scholarship (2007) to present her doctoral findings at an international conference in the USA, an Excellence in Research award from the University of Waikato in 2009, the Most Valued Paper (MVP) Award for 2010 from Teaching Science, the Australian Science Teachers' Association journal, and in 2011 the Kudos Science Teacher/Educator/Communicator Award.

During her teaching career Anne published a range of papers and students’ texts in the field of science education for teachers and students. Recent research involvement included membership of the Science Learning Hub development team (STER Centre, University of Waikato) and the Curriculum Implementation Exploratory Studies (CIES) project; work on reflective journals and other strategies to promote student teachers' learning through development of their pedagogical content knowledge (PCK); and environmental sciences education as consultant to the NIWA (National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research) Nga Waihotanga Iho Estuary Toolkit project (code AQCC082) and the Coastal Adaptation to Climate Change project (code CO1X0802). In 2011 she was a researcher in the TLRI funded project Promoting pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) development for early career secondary teachers in science and technology using Content representations (CoRes). She was also Principal Investigator for an FEDU research grant from 2010-2011 entitled CoRe Follow Up with First Year Chemistry Teachers and now leads a second FEDU funded project entitled Getting to the CoRe of the Matter which is investigating the review, development and evaluation of a whole-school primary science programme featuring inquiry teaching and learning. Current and past doctoral supervision are in the fields of curriculum implementation, developing the pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) of science and mathematics teachers, didaktiks analysis in physics education and mental models in chemistry education.  Anne serves on the Editorial Boards of the Research in Science Education (RISE) and NZ Science Teacher journals and also regularly reviews science education articles for the Journal of Research in Science Education (JRST), Science Education, the International Journal of Science Education (IJSE), the Canadian Journal for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, Asia Pacific Journal of Teacher Education and the Waikato Journal of Education.


Publications
  • Hume, A. (2013). Student teachers as future agents of change in New Zealand primary science. Journal of Educational Leadership, Policy and Practice, 28(2), 3-14.
  • Hume A., Eames, C., Williams, J. &. Lockley, J. (2013). The benefits of collaborative Content Representation (CoRe) design with experts for early career secondary teachers in science and technology. Set: Research information for teachers, 2, 35-43.
  • Hume, A. (2013). The benefits of early career science teachers working with experts on Content Representation (CoRes) design. NZ Science Teacher, 132, 54-57.
  • Hume, A., & Berry, A. (2013). Enhancing the practicum experience for pre-service chemistry teachers through collaborative CoRe design with mentor teachers. Research in Science Education, 43(5), 2107-2136.
  • Anney, V., Hume, A., & Coll, R. (2012). The use of unqualified teachers in developing countries: A barrier in achieving suatainable global education. Proceedings of the The Fourth Asian Conference on Education 2012,Osaka, Japan, pp. 1232-1249.
  • Hume, A. (2012). You be the judge. Education Aotearoa, 3(4), 28.
  • Chordnork, B., Yuenyong, C., & Hume, A. (2012). Exploring of experienced science teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge: The case of teaching global warming. Journal of Applied Sciences Research, 8(11), 5258-5265. 
  • Williams, J., Eames, C., Hume A., &. Lockley, J. (2012). Promoting pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) development for early career secondary teachers in science and technology using Content Representation (CoRes). Research in Science and Technological Education, 30(3), 327-343.  
  • Hume, A. (2012). The invention of science: Why history of science matters for the classroom. Book review. NZ Science Teacher, 129, 42-43.
  • Wolff, J., & Hume A. (2012). SnowsportsWorkbook and Teachers Guide. Hamilton, NZ: ABA Publications. 
  • Hume, A. (2012). Role-play, using the Primary Connections Programme, in pre-service primary science teacher education. NZ Science Teacher, 129, 39-42.
  • Swales, A., Rickard, D. F. T., Craggs, R. J., Morrison, M. A., Lundquist, C. J., Stott, R., Fitzgerald, J. J., Ahrens, M. J., Davies-Colley, R. J., Matheson, F. E., Bell, R. G., Hume, A. C., Felsing, M., Hewitt, J. E., Ovenden, R., Crump, M. E., Smith, M. A. (2011). Ngä Waihotanga Iho: Estuary Monitoring Toolkit for Iwi. NIWA Information Series No.79. ISSN 1174-264X (Print). ISSN 2230-5548 (Online). ISBN 978-0-478-23294-3 (Print). ISBN 978-0-478-23295-0 (Online)
  • Eames, C., Williams, J., Hume, A., & Lockley, J. (2011). CoRe: A way to build pedagogical content knowledge for beginning teachers. Report for a Teacher and Learning Research Initiative project obtainable from http://www.tlri.org.nz/tlri-research/research-completed
  • Hume, A. (2011). From classroom teacher to teacher educator: Generating PCK through action research. Teachers and Curriculum, 12, 41-47.
  • Hume, A., & Young-Loveridge. (2011). Using professional colleagues as interviewers in action research: possibilties and pitfalls. Waikato Journal of Education, 16 (3), 111-124.
  • Hume, A. (2011). Using collaborative CoRe design in chemistry education to promote effective partnerships between associate and student teachers. ChemEd NZ, 125, 13-19.
  • Hume, A. (2011). Conversation: Creative thinking and experimentation in science. NZ Science Teacher, 128, 40.  
  • Hume, A., Scott, P., Murgatroyd, J., Svargo, Hume, T., & Bell, R. (2011). Students, teachers and environmental scientists collaborate in identifying and addressing coastal adaptation to climate change issues, New Zealand Science Teacher, 127, 37-39.
  • Hume, A. (2011). Primary Connections: Simulating the primary science classroom in initial teacher education. Research in Science Education, 42(3), 551-565.
  • Cooper, B., & Hume A. (2010). Fire and brimstone: Hubble, bubble, toil and trouble. Workbook and Teachers Guide. Hamilton, NZ: ABA Publications.
  • Presland-Cox, W., & Hume A. (2010). Who killed Morrie Mouse?. Workbook and Teachers Guide. Hamilton, NZ: ABA Publications.
  • James, M., & Hume A. (2010). Legendary Lakes. Workbook and Teachers Guide. Hamilton, NZ: ABA Publications
  • Hume, A. (2010). Investigating content representations (CoRes) as pedagogical tools for science teacher education. TDU Talk. Teaching in Science, 5, 28-40.
  • Hume, A., & Berry, A. (2010). Constructing CoRes ”“ a strategy for building PCK in pre-service science teacher education. Research in Science Education, 41, 341-355. 
  • Hume, A., & Coll, R. (2010). Authentic Student Inquiry: The Mismatch between the Intended Curriculum and the Student-experienced Curriculum. Research in Science and Technological Education, 28(1), 43-62. 
  • Hume, A. (2010). A personal journey: introducing reflective practice into pre-service teacher education to improve outcomes for students.  Teachers and Curriculum, 11, 21-28.
  • Hume, A. (2010). CoRes and PaP-eRs. NZ Science Teacher, 124, 38-40.  
  • Hume, A. (2010). CoRes as tools for promoting pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) of novice chemistry teachers. ChemEd NZ, 119, 13-19.
  • Hume, A. (2010). Investigating content representations (CoRes) as pedagogical tools for science teacher education. Science Teacher Education (Special Issue), 59, 29-38.
  • Hume, A., & Coll, R. (2009). Assessment of learning, for learning, and as learning: New Zealand case studies. Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice, 16(3), 263-268.
  • Ferrier-Young, J., Keown, P., & Hume, A. (2008/2009). The role of professional development and learning in the early adoption of the New Zealand Curriculum by schools. Waikato Journal of Education, 14, 123-137.
  • Hume, A. (2009). Promoting higher levels of reflective writing in student journals. Higher Education Research & Development, 28(3), 247-260.
  • Williamson, M, Daly, N, Banks, J, Koslow, T, McLeay, C, Weston, R, Hume, A, Fitzpatrick, M. (2009). Staff reflections on professional development. TDU Talk - Professional Development. v2, University of Waikato, School of Law, pp.12-14.
  • Hume, A. (2009). Authentic Scientific Inquiry and School Science, Teaching Science, 55(2), 35-41.
  • Hume, A., & Coll, R. (2008) Scientific inquiry as witnessed by New Zealand students ”“ two case studies.  Science Education Review, 7(1-3), 80-83
  • Hume A., & Coll, R. K. (2008).  Student experiences of carrying out a practical science investigation under direction. International Journal of Science Education, 30(9), 1201-1228.
  • Hume, A., Coco, G., & Green, M. (2008). Shifting sands ”“ shifting paradigms.  Geographical Education, 19, 30-41.
  • Hume, A. (2008). Scholarship in the design of curriculum and the professional practice of tertiary teaching ”“ a personal perspective.  Teaching and Curriculum, 10, 21-27.
  • Hume, A. (2008). Reflective writing in student journals. TDU Talk: Assessment Case Studies. v4, Teaching Development Unit,  p.23-33.
  • Hume A. (2008).  The nature of scientific inquiry in Year 11 Science. NZ Science Teacher, 119, 33-36.
  • Hipkins, R; Cowie, B; Bolstad, R; Boyd, S; Bull, A; Cooper, B; Ferrier-Kerr, J; Hume, A; Keown, P; McGee, C; McKim, A; Moreland, J, Morrison; M, Taylor M; & Yates, R. (2008). New Zealand Curriculum Implementation. (Report to The Ministry of Education). New Zealand Council For Educational Research, p.1-156.
  • Hipkins, R; Cowie, B; Boyd, S; McGee, C; Cooper, B,; Hume, A; Keown, P; Ferrier-Kerr, J; McKim, A; Miller, T; Moreland, J; Taylor, M; Yates, R; & Morrison, M. (2008). Themes from the curriculum implementation case studies. (Report to Ministry of Education). University of Waikato, p.1-4
  • Hume, A., & Coll, R. (2007). Student engagement in authentic scientific inquiry: the curriculum intent and the classroom reality.Proceedings of the National Association of Research in Science Education Conference, New Orleans, April.
  • Hume, A., & Coll, R. (2007). The influence of a standards-based qualification on student inquiry in science. Proceedings of the National Association of Research in Science Education Conference, New Orleans, April.
  • Hume, A., Coco, G., & Green, M. (2007). Shifting sands. NZ Science Teacher, 114, 25-28.
  • Hume, A. (2006). NCEA: friend or foe of inquiry-based science? Proceedings of the NZARE 2006 National Conference, December 5-8, Rotorua, NZ.
  • Hume, A. (2006).  Carrying Out a Practical Investigation: The Student”“Experienced Curriculum. Unpublished EdD thesis. Hamilton, NZ: University of Waikato.
  • Hume, A. (2003). The National Certificate of Educational Achievement and theformative-summative tensions Are they resolvable? STERpapers, 68-92. Hamilton, New Zealand: Centre for Science & Technology Education Research, University of Waikato.
  • Cooper, B., Hume, A., & Abbott, G. (2001). Year 11 Science ”“ NCEA Level 1 Workbook. Hamilton, New Zealand: ABA Books.
  • Hume, A. (2000). Achievement standards for juniors. New Zealand Science Teacher, 95, 31-36.
  • Abbott, G., Hume, A. & Cooper, B. (1999). School Certificate Science. Practical Workbook. Teachers Guide. Hamilton, New Zealand: ABA Books.
  • New Zealand Association of Science Educators. (1999). Unravelling mysteries. The University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand, 27-30 June, 1999. Compiled by Bev Cooper and Anne Hume.
  • Hume, A. (1999). After alchemy. New Zealand Science Teacher, 90, 9-13.
  • Hume, A. (1998). Unearthing Mars. New Zealand Science Teacher, 88, 35-40.
  • Hodder, A.P.W., Hume, A., Jenks, A., & Peters, J. (1999). Earthworks. An introduction to Earth Sciences.Planets beyond Earth. Book A. Christchurch, New Zealand: User Friendly Resources.
  • Hodder, A.P.W., Hume, A., Jenks, A., & Peters, J. (1999). Earthworks. An introduction to Earth Sciences. Reconstructing planet Earth. Book B. Christchurch, New Zealand: User Friendly Resources.
  • Hodder, A.P.W., Hume, A., Jenks, A., & Peters, J. (1999). Earthworks. An introduction to Earth Sciences.Making and breaking planet Earth. Book C. Christchurch, New Zealand: User Friendly Resources.
  • Hodder, A.P.W., Hume, A., Jenks, A., & Peters, J. (1999). Earthworks. An introduction to Earth Sciences.The materials of planet Earth. Book D. Christchurch, New Zealand: User Friendly Resources.
  • Abbott, G., Cooper, B., & Hume, A. (1998). School Certificate Science Workbook. Hamilton: New Zealand: ABA Books.
  • Abbott, G., Cooper, B., & Hume, A. (1997). Level 8 Chemistry Workbook. Hamilton, New Zealand: ABA Books.
  • Hume, A. (1997). Year 12 Chemistry assessment schedule. New Zealand Science Teacher, 84, 33-36.
  • Hume, A. (1997). Life in Aotearoa. New Zealand Science Teacher, 85, 4-7.
  • Abbott, G., Cooper, B., & Hume, A. (1997). Level 7 Chemistry Laboratory Manual. Hamilton, New Zealand: ABA Books.
  • Hodder, P., Hume, A., Jenks, A., & Peters, J. (1996). Earthworks, the Teachers’ Guide. Hamilton, New Zealand: Department of Earth Sciences, University of Waikato.
  • Hume, A. (1997). Catastrophism ”“ Special Topic ”“ Earth Sciences. New Zealand Science Teacher, 81, 7-9.
  • Hume, A. (1996). British Council Science Teachers’ award 1995 Report. New Zealand Science Teacher , 79,
  • Hume, A. (1995). Incorporating CREST into your chemistry course. New Zealand Science Teacher, 78, 32-36.
  • Hume, A. (1995). Seeking sponsorship for a school science fair. New Zealand Science Teacher,
  • Hume, A. (1994). Earth’s past ”“ a teaching strategy. New Zealand Science Teacher, 76, 14-16.
  • Hume, A. (1994). Turning active into passive. New Zealand Science Teacher, 75, 27-29.
  • New Zealand Science Teachers' Association (1994). Putting it into context. Edited by A.Hume.
  • Hume, A. (1993). A scheme in development. New Zealand Science Teacher,74, 22-27.
  • Ministry of Education. (1993). Science in the New Zealand Curriculum. Wellington, New Zealand: Learning Media, (Member of Writing Team).
  • Hume, A. (1993). Science schemes. New Zealand Science Teacher, 73, 18-21
  • Hume, A. (1993). Editorial. New Zealand Science Teacher, 72, 4.
  • Hume, A. (1993). What makes a resource successful? New Zealand Science Teacher, 72, 34.
  • Hume, A. (1992). Chemical circuses. New Zealand Science Teacher, 71, 24-35.
  • Edwards, F., Hill, S., & Hume, A. (1992). Learning Through Language ”“ Science. Wellington, New Zealand: Learning Media, Ministry of Education.
  • Hume, A. (1991). Earthquakes ”“ A Resource Book for Teachers. Hamilton, New Zealand: Centre for Science and Mathematics Education, University of Waikato.
  • Hume, A. (1991). Engaging students in science: a case study of negotiated curriculum development from earth sciences. SAMEpapers. Hamilton, 205-224. New Zealand: Centre for Science and Mathematics Education, University of Waikato.
  • Hume, A. (1991). Form 1-5 Science Syllabus updated. New Zealand Geological Society Newsletter, November.
  • Hume, A. (1990). Earth Sciences teaching fellowship,New Zealand Science Teachers’ Association Journal, 64, 23-25.
  • Gao, L., Adcock, H., Carr, M., Hume, A., Nicholson, D., Silvester, J., & Smith, D. (1989). An account of action research investigating teacher change. Research in Science Education, 19(1), 112-122.
  • Collator and Editor of Department of Education “HAMSCI Newsletter Vol 4” May 1989
  • Hume, A. (1989). Manual for HODs in Science. Department of Education booklet.
  • Hume, A. (1988). A fourth form research project. New Zealand Science Teachers’ Association Journal, June.
  • Hume, A. (1988).Practical chemistry ”“ a reappraisal of its role. Chem. NZ, 38, 17-20.
  • Member of Writing Team, (March 1988) producing information booklet on LISP Energy entitled 1, “Energy for a Change” for Department of Energy
  • Member of Writing Team, November (1987) producing teacher / pupil guide material in booklet “Student Research Projects ”“ A Teacher’s Guide” for Department of Education

  Recent Conference/Symposium presentations 

  • Presented paper ‘Professional learning partnerships:  PCK development as an outcome of pre-service and associate teacher collaboration in CoRe design, co-authored by Assoc Prof Amanda Berry (Leiden University), at ASERA 2013 in Wellington, NZ, Thurs 4 July, 2013
  • Presented paper Pre-service teachers’ perceptions of a wiki to support Content Representation (CoRe) design, co-authored by Dr Dermot Donnelly, University of California, at ASERA 2013 in Wellington, NZ, Thurs 4 July, 2013
  • Co-authorship of paper by Berry, A., & Hume, A. Enhancing the practicum experience for pre-service chemistry teachers through collaborative CoRe design with mentor teachers.ORD 2013, Brussels, May 13, 2013
  • Co-authorship of paper by Anney, V. N., Hume, A. C., Coll, R. 'The use of unqualified science teachers in developing countries: A barrier to achieving sustainable global education' at the Fourth Asian Conference on Education. Osaka, Japan; 24-28 October 2012.
  • Co-authorship of paper by Blackett, P.; Rouse, R.; Hume, T.; Rickard, D.; Hume, A.; Bell, R.; Ramsay, D.; Dahm, J.; Wishart, P.; Singleton, P.; Pickett V.  'An exploration of the potential future social impacts of climate change on a small coastal community on the Coromandel Peninsula, North Island, New Zealand' presented at the NZ Geographical Society Conference, Napier, 2-6 December 2012
  • Co-authorship of paper 'Supporting New Zealand  Chemistry Teacher Professional Development  Through CoRes And PaPeRs On A Wiki' with Dermot Donnelly and Suzanne Bonniface at the ICCE and ECRICE  conference 2012, July 15-20, 2012, Rome, Italy.
  • Presented the paper "Enhancing the pedagogical content knowledge (PCK) of early career chemistry teachers through collaborative Content Representation (CoRe) design with experts" at the SciCon 2012 conference at Auckland, July 2012  
  • Co-presented the paper '"The impact of expert input into CoRe design on the PCK of early career teachers" with Dr Chris Eames at the ASERA Conference at the University of the Sunshine Coast, Queensland in June 2012 
  • Invited keynote address 'Laying the foundations of future PCK development in pre-service teacher education' at the International Science Education Symposium (ISES): ASEAN Perspectives and Directions at the Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen, Thailand, 25th-27th May, 2012.
  • Presented a workshop "Analysing PCK' at the International Science Education Symposium (ISES): ASEAN Perspectives and Directions at the Khon Kaen University, Khon Kaen, Thailand, 25th-27th May, 2012.
  • Co-presented the paper 'Using CoRe design to promote early career teacher's pedagogical content knowledge(PCK)' with Dr Chris Eames at the New Zealand Association of Research in Education (NZARE) conference at Tauranga, December, 2011. 
  • Presented a paper 'Student teacher-associate teacher collaboration in Content Representation (CoRe) design' at the Science Education Research Symposium (SERS), University of Auckland, Auckland in November 2011.  
  • Co-presented the paper 'Using CoRe design to promote early career teacher's pedagogical content knowledge(PCK)' with Dr Chris Eames at the Science Education Research Symposium (SERS), University of Auckland, Auckland in November 2011. 
  • Co-presented the paper 'The use of CoRes as a mediational tool connecting communities of practice in teacher education' with Dr Amanda Berry at ESERA, Lyon, France in Sept, 2011.
  • Presented the paper 'Making connections with primary science classrooms'at ASERA in Adelaide, Australia, July 2011
  • Co-authorship of paper 'Nga Waihotanga Iho: The estuary monitoring toolkit for iwi' with A. Swales, D. Rickard, M. Morrison, R. Craggs, C. Lundquist, R. Stott, M. Ahrens, F. Matheson, J. Paul, A. Skipper, W. Iti, and G. Penney, presented at the New Zealand Coastal Society Conferences held at Whitanga, 17-19 November, 2010.
  • Co-authorship of paper 'Communicating coastal climate change to Coromandel communities: Part 2 - an approach to community engagement' with E. Smith, P. Blackett, H. Rouse, T Hume, D. Rickard, R. Bell, D. Ramsay, J. Dahm, P. Wishart, P. Singleton and V. Pickett, presented at the New Zealand Coastal Society Conferences held at Whitanga, 17-19 November, 2010. 
  • Presented a paper 'Providing authentic learning experiences in teacher education: An exciting challenge' at the Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research symposium Making a difference: An extended conversation about learning, which was part of the 50 Celebrating Teacher Education programme at the University of Waikato on 5 November 2010.
  • Presented the paper 'From expert science teacher to expert science teacher educator: Generating PCK through action research' at the biennial conference of the Teacher Education Forum of Aotearoa New Zealand (TEFANZ) in Auckland, NZ in October 2010.
  • Presented the paper 'What is this thing called PCK?' at SciCon in Nelson, NZ in July, 2010.
  • Co-presented the paper 'Using CoRes for laying the foundations of future PCK development in pre-service chemistry teacher education' with Dr Amanda Berry at ASERA in Newcastle, Australia, July 2010.
  • Co-presented the paper 'Using CoRes to promote the development of PCK in pre-service science and chemistry teacher education' with Dr Amanda Berry at ESERA, Istanbul in Sept, 2009.
  • Presented a paper 'Using CoRes to promote the development of PCK in pre-service science and chemistry teacher education' at ChemEd09 in Christchurch, July 2009
  • Presented a joint paper 'The role of professional development and learning in the early adoption of the New Zealand Curriculum by schools' as part of a Curriculum Implementation Exploratory Studies (CIES) colloquium at NZARE, Palmerston North, NZ, Nov 2008
  • Presented a paper 'Introducing reflective practice into pre-service teacher education to support the growth of pedagogical content knowledge in science' at ASERA 2008 39th Conference, Brisbane Australia, 2-5 July.
  • Presented a workshop 'Authentic scientific inquiry versus school science' for the World Science and Technology Education 2007 Conference, at Perth, 8-12 July.
  • Presented two papers 'Student engagement in authentic scientific inquiry: the curriculum intent and the classroom reality' and  'The influence of a standards-based qualification on student inquiry in science' at the (NARST) Conference in New Orleans, April, 2007.
  • Co-authorship of paper 'The Principles of Science Education in the Process of Learning' by John Lockley, Anne Hume and Kathy Saunders.  Delivered by John Lockley to The Thailand Research Fund conference; Local Science Project in Bangkok, 11th November 2006.
  • Presented paper 'Student engagement in authentic scientific inquiry: the curriculum intent and the classroom reality' at SERS Conference at STER Centre, Dec 2006, University of Waikato
  • Presented two papers entitled ”˜What is the Nature of Science?’ and  ”˜Carrying out a Practical Investigation: The Student-Experienced Curiculum at SCICON 06 at Hamilton in July 2006
  • Presented paper ”˜Through the Looking Glass’ at ASERA 05 in Hamilton, New Zealand, July, 2005.   
 

 



 
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