Research Publications for Wendy D Carss
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Carss, W. (2016). Supporting literacy education in Oceania. In International Literacy Asociation's Annual Conference. Berkeley, Sheraton Boston Hotel, Boston, USA.
Carss, W. (2016). I thought I would have all the support in the world, but it's not like that: Exploring the beliefs and practices of first year teachers of literacy. In International Literacy Association 2016 Conference and Exhibits. Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Carss, W. D., Tamata, A., & Exley, B. (2015). Catering for cultural and linguistic diversity: using teacher created information texts. Literacy Learning: The Middle Years, 23(2), 29-39.
Carss, W. D., Tamata, A., & Exley, B. (2015). Catering for cultural and linguistic diversity: using teacher created information texts. Literacy Forum NZ, 30(3), 5-18.
Carss, W. D., & Exley, B. (2015). Empowering teachers: creating information texts in vernacular and English for Pasifika teachers. In International Literacy Association 2015 Conference. St Louis, Missouri, United States of America.
Exley, B., Carss, W. D., & Tamata, A. (2015). Teachers-as-writers: Writing information texts in English and vernacular. In J. Turnbill, G. Barton, & C. Brock (Eds.), Teaching Writing in Today's Classrooms, Looking Back to Look Forward (pp. 168-180). Norwood, South Australia: Australian Literacy Educator's Association Ltd.
Tamata, A., Carss, W. D., & Exley, B. (2014). Reading and writing vernacular and English information texts in Pasifika schools. In ALEA/AATE Conference: aNTicipating New Territories. Darwin Convention Centre, Australia.
Dymock, S. J. H., Carss, W., & Blakeney-Williams, M. (2014). Critiquing iPad and tablet apps for the effective teaching of reading. Literary Forum NZ, 29(1), 37-43.
Carss, W. D. (2014). Fake it 'til you make it: Beginning teachers and their theorising of literacy teaching in New Zealand primary classrooms. In ALEA/AATE Conference: aNTicipating New Territories. Darwin Convention Centre, Australia.
Ussher, W. G., & Carss, W. (2014). Strengthening practicum conversations: Enhancing professional learning and development through returning lecturer supervisions. Australian Journal of Education, _online, 1-14. doi:10.1177/0004944114537051