Research Publications for Alison M Campbell
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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. (2012). Comments in interview Are pseudosciences destroying universities' reputations?. In Radio New Zealand listeners, Wednesday.
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. (2012). Blogging and the nature of science. NZ Science Teacher Journal, 129, 25-26.
Campbell, A. (2011). Teaching with Panopto. TDU Talk, 3, 6-7.
Campbell, A. (2011). Resistance to science. Skeptical Intelligencer, 14, 26-27.
Spiller, D., Bruce Ferguson, P., Pender, K., Honeyfield, J., Maxwell, T. K., & Campbell, A. (2011). Portfolio pointers: Preparing and presenting high quality teaching portfolios. Ako Aotearoa.
Campbell, A., Bowell, T., & Hunt, L. (2011). Student perceptions of the value of Panopto. In National Tertiary Learning & Teaching Conference. Conference held at Nelson, New Zealand.
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.