Merryn McKinnon
Merryn McKinnon
Centre for the Public Awareness of Science, Australian National University
Verified email at anu.edu.au
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Influencing science teaching self-efficacy beliefs of primary school teachers: A longitudinal case study
M McKinnon, R Lamberts
International Journal of Science Education, Part B 4 (2), 172-194, 2014
532014
Science teaching self-efficacy of culturally foreign teachers: A baseline study in Abu Dhabi
M McKinnon, J Moussa-Inaty, L Barza
International Journal of Educational Research 66, 78-89, 2014
222014
Does citizen science have the capacity to transform population health science?
S Rowbotham, M McKinnon, J Leach, R Lamberts, P Hawe
Critical Public Health 29 (1), 118-128, 2019
212019
Science, Twitter and election campaigns: Tracking# auspol in the Australian federal elections
M McKinnon, D Semmens, B Moon, I Amarasekara, L Bolliet
Journal of Science Communication 15 (6), Article number: A04 1-22, 2016
202016
Engagment as a Threshold Concept for Science Education and Science Communication
M McKinnon, J Vos
International Journal of Science Education, Part B 5 (4), 297 - 318, 2015
142015
Public versus private education in primary science: The case of Abu Dhabi schools
M McKinnon, L Barza, J Moussa-Inaty
International Journal of Educational Research 62, 51-61, 2013
142013
Academic integrity and oral examination: an Arabian Gulf perspective
J Thomas, M Raynor, M McKinnon
Innovations in Education and Teaching International 51 (5), 533-543, 2014
122014
Research on media framing of public policies to prevent chronic disease: A narrative synthesis
S Rowbotham, M McKinnon, L Marks, P Hawe
Social Science & Medicine 237, 112428, 2019
92019
Participatory theater as a science communication tool in Timor Leste
C McGillion, M McKinnon
Science Communication 36 (4), 502-510, 2014
92014
Influences on the science teaching self efficacy beliefs of Australian primary school teachers
M McKinnon
The Australian National University, 2010
82010
Thirty Years of a Science Communication Course in Australia: Genesis and Evolution of a Degree
M McKinnon, C Bryant
Science Communication 39 (2), 169-194, 2017
72017
Perils and positives of science journalism in Australia
M McKinnon, J Howes, A Leach, N Prokop
Public Understanding of Science 27 (5), 562-577, 2018
62018
Vaccination communication strategies: What have we learned, and lost, in 200 years?
M McKinnon, L Orthia
Journal of Science Communication 16 (3), A08, 2017
62017
‘Human’or ‘objective’faces of science? Gender stereotypes and the representation of scientists in the media
M Mitchell, M McKinnon
Public Understanding of Science 28 (2), 177-190, 2019
42019
The absence of evidence of the effectiveness of Australian gender equity in STEM initiatives
M McKinnon
Australian Journal of Social Issues, 2020
32020
Media coverage of lethal control: A case study of kangaroo culling in the Australian Capital Territory
M McKinnon, M Ahmad, M Bongers, R Chevalier, I Telfer, C Van Dorssen
Human Dimensions of Wildlife 23 (1), 90-99, 2018
32018
Real-world assessment as an integral component of an undergraduate science communication program
MC McKinnon, LA Orthia, WJ Grant, R Lamberts
International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education 22 (5), 2014
32014
One size does not fit all: gender implications for the design of outcomes, evaluation and assessment of science communication programs
C O'Connell, M McKinnon, J LaBouff
Journal of Science Communication 19 (1), A06, 2020
22020
Challenges of communicating science: perspectives from the Philippines
K Navarro, M McKinnon
Journal of Science Communication 19 (1), A03, 2020
22020
Perceptions of stereotypes applied to women who publicly communicate their STEM work
M McKinnon, C O’Connell
Humanities and Social Sciences Communications 7 (1), 1-8, 2020
12020
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