Research Publications for Alison M Campbell
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Campbell, A. (2012). Blogging and the nature of science. NZ Science Teacher Journal, 129, 25-26.
Campbell, A. (2012). Comments in interview Are pseudosciences destroying universities' reputations?. In Radio New Zealand listeners, Wednesday.
Campbell, A., & Gould, K. (2012). Turning a lecture on its head: flip teaching in the university classroom. In National Tertiary Learning & Teaching Conference, Building Futures: Hindsight - Insight - Foresight. Conference held at Nelson, New Zealand.
Campbell, A., & Gould, K. (2012). Active by design: learning through ‘designing’ an organism in tertiary biology classes. In SciCon. Conference held at Auckland, New Zealand.
Campbell, A., & Gould, K. (2012). Active by design: learning through 'designing' an organism in tertiary biology classes. In NZASE Science Conference. Conference held at The University of Auckland, Auckland.
Campbell, A., & Otrel-Cass, K. (2011). Teaching evolution in New Zealand's Schools- Reviewing changes in the New Zealand science curriculum. Research in Science Education, 41, 441-451.
Campbell, A. (2011). Teaching with Panopto. TDU Talk, 3, 6-7.
Campbell, A. (2011). Predicting earthquakes: hedging your bets. In The National Business Review.
Campbell, A. (2011). Changing the culture of science education. In New Zealand Herald. Retrieved from http://www.nzherald.co.nz/education/news/article.cfm?c_id=35&objectid=10702110
Campbell, A. (2011). Using pseudoscience to teach science. NZ Science Teacher, 128, 38-39.