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Exploring Mental State Reasoning As A Social-Cognitive Mechanism For Social Loafing In Children., Robert Thompson, Bill Thornton Dec 2015

Exploring Mental State Reasoning As A Social-Cognitive Mechanism For Social Loafing In Children., Robert Thompson, Bill Thornton

Bill Thornton

The authors explored mental-state reasoning ability among 72 preschoolers (ages 3-5 years) as a possible developmental mechanism for the well-known social loafing effect: diminished individual effort in a collaborative task. The authors expected that older children would outperform young children on standard mental-state reasoning tests and that they would display greater social loafing than younger children.


Early Years Of English, Margaret Forster, Prue Anderson, Andrew Stephanou Sep 2015

Early Years Of English, Margaret Forster, Prue Anderson, Andrew Stephanou

Prue Anderson

No abstract provided.


The Influence Of An Identified Advisor/Mentor On Urban Latino Students' College Experience, Vasti Torres, Ebelia Hernandez Jul 2015

The Influence Of An Identified Advisor/Mentor On Urban Latino Students' College Experience, Vasti Torres, Ebelia Hernandez

Vasti Torres

No abstract provided.


The Evolution Of Practical Organisational Behaviour Education (Probe) At Bond University, James Shaw, Cynthia Fisher Jul 2014

The Evolution Of Practical Organisational Behaviour Education (Probe) At Bond University, James Shaw, Cynthia Fisher

James B Shaw

No abstract provided.


The Programme For International Student Assessment: An Overview, Ross Turner, Ray Adams Aug 2013

The Programme For International Student Assessment: An Overview, Ross Turner, Ray Adams

Prof Ray Adams

This paper provides an overview of the Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA), an on-going international comparative survey study of educational outcomes at age 15. PISA is sponsored by the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) and for the period 1998-2010 has been designed and implemented by a consortium led by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER).


Australian Changing Academic Profession (Cap) Sampling Design, Hamish Coates, Martin Murphy Jul 2013

Australian Changing Academic Profession (Cap) Sampling Design, Hamish Coates, Martin Murphy

Martin Murphy

No abstract provided.


A Canine Aflatoxicosis Outbreak And Guidelines For Handling Commercial Dog Food Contaminations, J Smith, Katherine Stenske, Shelley Newman, Claudia Kirk Jun 2013

A Canine Aflatoxicosis Outbreak And Guidelines For Handling Commercial Dog Food Contaminations, J Smith, Katherine Stenske, Shelley Newman, Claudia Kirk

Shelley Newman

No abstract provided.


Building Capacity : Strategic Professional Development For Early Childhood Practitioners, Bridie Raban, Andrea Nolan, Manjula Waniganayake, Christine Ure, Robert Brown, Jan Deans Dec 2012

Building Capacity : Strategic Professional Development For Early Childhood Practitioners, Bridie Raban, Andrea Nolan, Manjula Waniganayake, Christine Ure, Robert Brown, Jan Deans

Dr Robert Brown

No abstract provided.


Influence Of Prednisolone On Urinary Calcium Oxalate And Struvite Relative Supersaturation In Healthy Young Adult Female Domestic Shorthaired Cats, N Geyer, Joe Bartges, Claudia Kirk, Sherry Cox, A Hezel, T Moyers, J Hayes Apr 2012

Influence Of Prednisolone On Urinary Calcium Oxalate And Struvite Relative Supersaturation In Healthy Young Adult Female Domestic Shorthaired Cats, N Geyer, Joe Bartges, Claudia Kirk, Sherry Cox, A Hezel, T Moyers, J Hayes

Sherry Cox

Prednisolone (10 mg PO q24h) or placebo was administered to healthy cats for 2 weeks in a masked, placebo-controlled, crossover-design study, and 24-hour urine samples were collected. When cats received prednisolone, 24-hour urine pH was lower and 24-hour urine excretion of creatinine, magnesium, phosphate, and potassium was higher than when cats received placebo. No significant difference was found in urinary relative supersaturation for calcium oxalate (CaOx) or struvite between treatment groups. Prednisolone administration did not induce diuresis, nor was it associated with increased calcium excretion or urinary saturation for CaOx in these healthy cats. Results of this study, however, should ...


Influence Of Hydrochlorothiazide On Urinary Calcium Oxalate Relative Supersaturation In Healthy Young Adult Female Domestic Shorthaired Cat, A Hezel, Joe Bartges, Claudia Kirk, Sherry Cox, N Geyer, T Moyers, J Hayes Apr 2012

Influence Of Hydrochlorothiazide On Urinary Calcium Oxalate Relative Supersaturation In Healthy Young Adult Female Domestic Shorthaired Cat, A Hezel, Joe Bartges, Claudia Kirk, Sherry Cox, N Geyer, T Moyers, J Hayes

Sherry Cox

Hydrochlorothiazide (1 mg/kg PO q12h) or placebo was administered to healthy cats for 2 weeks in a masked, placebo-controlled, crossover-design study, and 24-hour urine samples were collected. When cats received hydrochlorothiazide, 24-hour urine volume, ammonia, chloride, creatinine, magnesium, oxalic acid, phosphate, potassium, and sodium were significantly higher than when cats received placebo. Hydrochlorothiazide was associated with significantly lower urinary saturation for calcium oxalate, but no difference was found in 24-hour urine calcium and citrate, urinary saturation for struvite, or blood ionized calcium. Hydrochlorothiazide decreased urinary saturation for calcium oxalate and could be useful in managing cats with calcium oxalate ...


Get Off To An Auspicious Start, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe Jan 2012

Get Off To An Auspicious Start, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe

Hal Blythe

No abstract provided.


Dragged Into The Past: A Major Motif In Munro's 'Walker Brothers Cowboy', Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe Jan 2012

Dragged Into The Past: A Major Motif In Munro's 'Walker Brothers Cowboy', Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe

Hal Blythe

Alice Munro's "Walker Brothers Cowboy" (The Norton Anthology of World Literature. Ed. Sarah Lawall. NY: Norton, 2002) is bracketed by similar images that establish the futility of trying to stop time. At the beginning of story, in order to explain to the narrator how the glaciers formed the Great Lakes, the father "shows me his hand with his spread fingers pressing the rock-hard ground where we are sitting. His fingers hardly make any impression at all ... " (3012); at the conclusion as Ben Jordan, the father, and his children prepare to return home from their odyssey, Nora Cronin touches the ...


Location, Location, Location, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe Jan 2012

Location, Location, Location, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe

Hal Blythe

No abstract provided.


Understanding The Method Of Narration In The 'The Open Book', Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe Jan 2012

Understanding The Method Of Narration In The 'The Open Book', Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe

Hal Blythe

No abstract provided.


A Rosey Response To Fick And Gold, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe Jan 2012

A Rosey Response To Fick And Gold, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe

Hal Blythe

No abstract provided.


Munro's Walker Brothers Cowboy, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe Nov 2011

Munro's Walker Brothers Cowboy, Charlie Sweet, Hal Blythe

Hal Blythe

The article presents an exploration of the theme of individual fate as seen in Alice Munro's short story "Walker Brothers Cowboy." The author presents an analysis of the theme throughout the book, particularly highlighting the personification of the Greek mythical figures of the three Fates and Tykhe in characters surrounding the protagonist Ben Jordan.


The Measurement And Determinants Of Growth In Receptive Vocabulary, Sheldon Rothman, John Ainley, Kylie Hillman Sep 2011

The Measurement And Determinants Of Growth In Receptive Vocabulary, Sheldon Rothman, John Ainley, Kylie Hillman

Kylie Hillman

No abstract provided.


Teacher Workload And Effective Teaching : What Do Teachers Think?, Jenny Wilkinson, Elizabeth Kleinhenz Apr 2010

Teacher Workload And Effective Teaching : What Do Teachers Think?, Jenny Wilkinson, Elizabeth Kleinhenz

Dr Elizabeth Kleinhenz

Summaries of two major recent research reports into teachers’ workload and teachers’ work practices will be presented in this session: Secondary Teacher Workload Study and Primary (Elementary) Teacher Work Study. The research was carried out by the Australian Council for Educational Research for the New Zealand Ministry of Education. The purpose of the studies was to gain an understanding of the nature and patterns of teachers’ work, to explore practical and innovative ways in which teachers manage their work and to determine what factors cause work pressure for them. A particular focus of these studies was teacher perceptions of workload ...


Leadership Courses : Do They Deliver?, Michelle Anderson, Elizabeth Kleinhenz Apr 2010

Leadership Courses : Do They Deliver?, Michelle Anderson, Elizabeth Kleinhenz

Dr Elizabeth Kleinhenz

The authors examine professional learning courses for principals and ask whether they really deliver what they claim they do. Developers of professional learning need first to have guiding conceptions of school leadership. In recent years, a number of school systems in Australia and overseas have established standards frameworks that spell out leadership knowledge and skills. These can provide a bridge between research and practice, and they are one way to capture what is currently known and valued about the field of school leadership. The authors look at the most effective ways in which such standards can be used to support ...


The Measurement And Determinants Of Growth In Receptive Vocabulary, Sheldon Rothman, John Ainley, Kylie Hillman Jan 2010

The Measurement And Determinants Of Growth In Receptive Vocabulary, Sheldon Rothman, John Ainley, Kylie Hillman

Dr John Ainley

No abstract provided.


Postgraduate Research Experience 2006 : The Report Of The Postgraduate Research Experience Questionnaire, Hamish Coates, John Ainley, B Guthrie, T Friedman Jul 2009

Postgraduate Research Experience 2006 : The Report Of The Postgraduate Research Experience Questionnaire, Hamish Coates, John Ainley, B Guthrie, T Friedman

Dr John Ainley

Each year, graduates of Australian higher education institutions who have completed a doctoral or research masters degree are invited by their institution and Graduate Careers Australia (GCA) to respond to the Postgraduate Research Experience Questionnaire (PREQ) about four months after graduation. This report presents the results from the seventh PREQ survey conducted since 1999. The PREQ asks graduates to respond to 28 statements about seven aspects of their research degree. The first 27 statements measure the quality of supervision, the intellectual climate of the department in which the respondent studied, the development of generic skills, the quality of the infrastructure ...


The Measurement And Determinants Of Growth In Receptive Vocabulary, Sheldon Rothman, John Ainley, Kylie Hillman Nov 2007

The Measurement And Determinants Of Growth In Receptive Vocabulary, Sheldon Rothman, John Ainley, Kylie Hillman

Dr Sheldon Rothman

No abstract provided.


The Disenfranchised And The Disillusioned. What Are We Learning And What Can Be Salvaged From The Current Politics And Discourses Surrounding Australian Literacy Initiatives For Indigenous Students, And The National Assessment Of Literacy Standards Of Indigenous Learners?, J. Connelly Nov 2007

The Disenfranchised And The Disillusioned. What Are We Learning And What Can Be Salvaged From The Current Politics And Discourses Surrounding Australian Literacy Initiatives For Indigenous Students, And The National Assessment Of Literacy Standards Of Indigenous Learners?, J. Connelly

Dr. CONNELLY, Jennifer

No abstract provided.


Evaluation Of Change Processes., Julie Kos, M Wilkinson Nov 2007

Evaluation Of Change Processes., Julie Kos, M Wilkinson

Dr Julie Kos

Submitted by ACER to the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Education, Central Queensland University.


Karam Lebanon Antiquities Collection, Claudia J. Dold Nov 2007

Karam Lebanon Antiquities Collection, Claudia J. Dold

Claudia J. Dold

The Karam Lebanon Collection represents common artifacts from the Romans when Lebanon was a thriving colony on the Mediterranean. The collection comprises objects in glass, stone, wood, and metals.


Utilizing Change Theory In Educational Scholarship And Research, Robert Macmillan Nov 2007

Utilizing Change Theory In Educational Scholarship And Research, Robert Macmillan

Robert C. MacMillan

No abstract provided.


It's Never Too Late To Get Involved: The Role Of Families And Parents In Their Children's Education, Sherwood Thompson Nov 2007

It's Never Too Late To Get Involved: The Role Of Families And Parents In Their Children's Education, Sherwood Thompson

Sherwood Thompson

No abstract provided.


The Politics And Discourses Surrounding Australia’S Current Literacy Initiatives For Indigenous Learners, J. Connelly Oct 2007

The Politics And Discourses Surrounding Australia’S Current Literacy Initiatives For Indigenous Learners, J. Connelly

Dr. CONNELLY, Jennifer

No abstract provided.


Developing Supportive Models In The Community, Classroom, Clinic And Beyond, Patricia Korzekwa Oct 2007

Developing Supportive Models In The Community, Classroom, Clinic And Beyond, Patricia Korzekwa

Patricia Hampshire

No abstract provided.


Living Electronically, Wayne Dennison Oct 2007

Living Electronically, Wayne Dennison

Wayne Dennison

Moving your office from paper to electronic, including electronic surveys and overcoming the hurdles that are involved with this transition.