Noella Mackenzie
Noella Mackenzie
Associate Professor in Literacy Studies, Charles Sturt University
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Research dilemmas: Paradigms, methods and methodology
N Mackenzie, S Knipe
Issues in educational research 16 (2), 193-205, 2006
Teacher morale: More complex than we think?
N Mackenzie
The Australian Educational Researcher 34 (1), 89-104, 2007
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
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
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
The professional development of teachers in Australia
LM Ling, N MacKenzie
European journal of teacher education 24 (2), 87-98, 2001
Predictors of success with writing in the first year of school
N Mackenzie, B Hemmings
Issues in Educational Research 24 (1), 41, 2014
Teaching excellence awards: an apple for the teacher?
N Mackenzie
Australian Journal of Education 51 (2), 190-204, 2007
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
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
The research journey: A Lonely Planet approach.
NM Mackenzie, LM Ling
Issues in Educational Research 19 (1), 2009
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
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
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
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
An australian perspective on teacher professional development in supercomplex time
LM Ling, NM Mackenzie
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
Transitions and emergent writers
N Mackenzie
Transitions to School-International Research, Policy and Practice, 89-102, 2014
Interactive writing: A powerful teaching strategy
NM Mackenzie
Practically Primary 20 (3), 36, 2015
Motivating young writers
N Mackenzie
Motivating literacy learners in today's world, 23-32, 2010
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