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. (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.

  • 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. P. G. (2012). Exploration of collaborative learning environments in New Zealand secondary school science classrooms. (PhD Thesis, Curtin University, Science and Mathematics Education Centre, Perth, Western Australia). Retrieved from https://espace.curtin.edu.au/

  • Otrel-Cass, K., Ballard, M., Cutler, D., Andrews, S., Cowie, B., Khoo, E., & Taylor, S. (2011). E-Networking tools in support of secondary science inquiry. In Science Education Research Symposium. Conference held at Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Taylor, S., & Loveless, M. (2006). Tricks, traps & toys - the lost art of demonstration and investigation in a laboratory. In SciCon 2006. Celebrating Science Innovation. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton.

  • Taylor, S. (2006). Gifted & talented students in secondary Science classes: enhancing creativity in our students - what can we do?. In SciCon 2006. Celebrating Science Innovation. Conference held at University of Waikato, Hamilton.

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