Research Publications for Simon P G Taylor
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Taylor, S. (2017). Exploring a culture of co-operation and co-construction in Year 9 Science: New opportunities for science teachers and students working in flexible learning spaces. In Australasian Science Education Research Association Conference 2017. Conference held at the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia.
Taylor, S. P. G. (2017). BioDome Adventure. New Zealand Science Teacher, 136, 48-51.
Taylor, S. (2017). Intergalactic pondering at Café Scientifique. In Presented at the Tauranga, Yacht & Power Boat Club, Tauranga, New Zealand.
Taylor, S. (2016). The beauty of physics and music. In SCICON. Conference held at the Hutt City, Wellington, New Zealand.
Taylor, S. (2016). The sprout: Exploring a culture of co-operation and co-construction in year 9 science. New Zealand Science Teacher, 74-77.
Taylor, S. (2016). “Tricks, traps and toys”-rethinking science demonstrations. In 2016 Waikato Science Teachers' Associatin Science Symposium. St Peters' School, Cambridge, New Zealand.
Taylor, S. (2014). The Seedling: Students' perceptions of science education-How do our students see their science classes?. New Zealand Science Teacher, 58-61. Retrieved from https://issuu.com/apnedmedia/docs/nz_science_journal_2014_-_sample
Taylor, S. (2014). The seedling: Students' perceptions of science education. In M. Wastney (Ed.), New Zealand Science Teacher (pp. 58-61). Wellington, New Zealand: NZ Association of Science Education.
Williams, P. J., Cowie, B., Khoo, E., Saunders, K., Taylor, S., & Otrel-Cass, K. (2013). Implementing e-network-supported inquiry learning in science. Set - Research Information for Teachers, 3, 11-18.
Williams, J., Cowie, B., Khoo, E., Saunders, K., Taylor, S., & Otrel-Cass, K. (2013). Networked inquiry learning in secondary science classrooms. Wellington, New Zealand.: Teaching & Learning Research Initiative (TLRI).