Narelle Lemon
TitleCited byYear
What is the Role of the Arts in a Primary School?: An Investigation of Perceptions of Pre-Service Teachers in Australia.
N Lemon, S Garvis
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 38 (9), n9, 2013
Take a photograph: teacher reflection through narrative
N Lemon
Reflective Practice 8 (2), 177-191, 2007
New practices in doing academic development: Twitter as an informal learning space
M McPherson, K Budge, N Lemon
International Journal for Academic Development 20 (2), 126-136, 2015
A content analysis of early childhood teachers' theoretical and practical experiences with infants and toddlers in Australian teacher education programs
S Garvis, N Lemon, D Pendergast, B Yim
Australian Journal of Teacher Education (Online) 38 (9), 25, 2013
@ Twitter is always wondering what’s happening: Learning with and through social networks in higher education
N Lemon
Social media in higher education: Teaching in Web 2.0, 237-261, 2013
Academics who tweet:“Messy” identities in academia
K Budge, N Lemon, M McPherson
Journal Of Applied Research In Higher Education 8 (2), 210-221, 2016
Enhancing the Australian early childhood teacher education curriculum about very young children
S Garvis, N Lemon
Early child development and care 185 (4), 547-561, 2015
Using visual narrative for reflection
N Lemon
aare conference, Melbourne, 2006
Being “in and out”: Providing voice to early career women in academia
N Lemon, S Garvis
Springer, 2014
Pre-Service Teachers Engaging with Twitter as a Professional Online Learning Environment
N Lemon
Professional Development and Workplace Learning: Concepts, Methodologies …, 2016
Beyond observations: Narratives and young children
S Garvis, EE Ødegaard, N Lemon
Beyond Observations, 2015
Looking through the lens of a camera in the early childhood classroom
N Lemon
Sense Publishers, 2008
Embracing social media to advance knowledge creation and transfer in the modernized university: management of the space, the tool, and the message
C Lang, N Lemon
Advancing knowledge in higher education: Universities in turbulent times …, 2014
Thriving, Surviving or Going Under: Coping with Everyday Lives
E Frydenberg
IAP, 2006
Social media challenges and affordances for international students: Bridges, boundaries, and hybrid spaces
J Sleeman, C Lang, N Lemon
Journal of Studies in International Education 20 (5), 391-415, 2016
Understanding digital technologies and young children: An international perspective
S Garvis, N Lemon
Routledge, 2015
Encouraging reflective practice with future early childhood teachers to support the national standards: An Australian case study
N Lemon, S Garvis
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 39 (4), 89, 2014
Video annotation for collaborative connections to learning: Case studies from an Australian higher education context
N Lemon, M Colasante, K Corneille, K Douglas
Increasing student engagement and retention using multimedia technologies …, 2013
Project# pstn: engaging pre-service teachers in the Twitterverse
N Lemon, S Thorneycroft, D Jones, L Forner
Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Personal Learning …, 2012
Academics Doing it Differently: Wooing, Hooking up and Spinning Stories.
N Lemon, M McPherson, K Budge
Journal of Perspectives in Applied Academic Practice 3 (2), 2015
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