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Research Publications for Alison M Campbell

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Publications ByCAMPBELL, Alison M

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  • Campbell, A. (2013). Does breastfeeding really have an impact on a child's social mobility?. In Radio New Zealand interview,.

  • Campbell, A. (2013). Leadership of learning. In Great Teaching and Learning Ideas from Winners of Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards. Conference held at Auckland.

  • Campbell, A. (2013). Plagiarism in the NZ tertiary sector. In Radio New Zealand interview with Jim Mora,.

  • Campbell, A. (2012). Biological curiosities and strange behaviour from the world of wildlife. In Radio New Zealand interview with Jim Mora,.

  • Otrel-Cass, K., Campbell, A., & Wilson, M. T. (2012). Fostering opportunities to talk about science: the value of Café Scientifique. In B. France, & V. Compton (Eds.), Bringing Communities Together: Connecting Learners with Scientists or Technologists (pp. 187-196). The Netherlands: Sense Publishers. Retrieved from https://www.sensepublishers.com/

  • 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. (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.

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