Noella Mackenzie
Noella Mackenzie
Associate Professor in Literacy Studies, Charles Sturt University
Verified email at csu.edu.au - Homepage
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Research dilemmas: Paradigms, methods and methodology
N Mackenzie, S Knipe
Issues in educational research 16 (2), 193-205, 2006
18672006
Teacher morale: More complex than we think?
N Mackenzie
The Australian Educational Researcher 34 (1), 89-104, 2007
1352007
From drawing to writing: What happens when you shift teaching priorities in the first six months of school?
N Mackenzie
Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, The 34 (3), 322, 2011
922011
Continuity of learning: A resource to support effective transition to school and school age care
S Dockett, B Perry, AW Dunlop, J Einarsdottir, A Garpelin, B Graue, ...
Department of Education, 2014
632014
The professional development of teachers in Australia
LM Ling, N MacKenzie
European journal of teacher education 24 (2), 87-98, 2001
612001
How drawing can support writing acquisition: Text construction in early writing from a Vygotskian perspective
N Mackenzie, N Veresov
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 38 (4), 22-29, 2013
602013
Predictors of success with writing in the first year of school
N Mackenzie, B Hemmings
Issues in Educational Research 24 (1), 41, 2014
352014
Teaching excellence awards: an apple for the teacher?
N Mackenzie
Australian Journal of Education 51 (2), 190-204, 2007
322007
The research journey: A Lonely Planet approach.
NM Mackenzie, LM Ling
Issues in Educational Research 19 (1), 2009
262009
Analysing writing: The development of a tool for use in the early years of schooling
NM Mackenzie, J Scull, L Munsie
Issues in Educational Research 23 (3), 375-393, 2013
252013
The development of a spelling assessment tool informed by Triple Word Form Theory
T Daffern, NM Mackenzie, B Hemmings
Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, The 38 (2), 72, 2015
222015
How does teaching experience affect attitudes towards literacy learning in the early years?
NM Mackenzie, B Hemmings, R Kay
Issues in Educational Research 21 (3), 281-294, 2011
212011
Predictors of writing success: How important are spelling, grammar and punctuation?
T Daffern, NM Mackenzie, B Hemmings
Australian Journal of Education 61 (1), 75-87, 2017
202017
Writing over time: An analysis of texts created by Year One students
NM Mackenzie, J Scull, T Bowles
The Australian Educational Researcher 42 (5), 567-593, 2015
202015
Teaching early writers: Teachers' responses to a young child's writing sample
NM Mackenzie
Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, The 37 (3), 182, 2014
192014
Transitions and emergent writers
N Mackenzie
Transitions to School-International Research, Policy and Practice, 89-102, 2014
152014
An australian perspective on teacher professional development in supercomplex time
LM Ling, NM Mackenzie
142015
Building strong writers: Creating a balance between the authorial and secretarial elements of writing
T Daffern, N Mackenzie
Literacy learning: the middle years 23 (1), 23-32, 2015
102015
Understanding and supporting young writers: Opening the school gate
NM Mackenzie, A Petriwskyj
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 42 (2), 78-87, 2017
92017
Testing spelling: How does a dictation method measure up to a proofreading and editing format?
T Daffern, NM Mackenzie, B Hemmings
Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, The 40 (1), 28, 2017
92017
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