Archival list of PENs and PETAA Papers

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Reflect on evolving teaching practice over time in the archival list of PENs and PETAA Papers below.


  • PEN001 — Small group work in the classroom, by Rothery, Joan and Somerville, Trevor ~ No Date (1972)
  • PEN002 — Television: What can we do about it? by Dwyer, Barry & Reid, David ~ No Date
  • PEN003 — A Language in-learning policy for the school, by Walshe, R D  ~ No Date
  • PEN004 — Turning kids onto books, by Price, Anne & Edwards, Pat ~ No Date
  • PEN005 — Towards a school reading policy, by McCulla, Norman ~ No Date
  • PEN006 — Evaluation to help the learner, by Edwards, Pat ~ No Date
  • PEN007 — Letter to the parents, by Edwards, Pat; Dwyer, Barry; Price, Anne; Fiala,Babara; Sheppard, Marlene; McCulla Norm; Walshe, Bob ~ No Date
  • PEN008 — Language learning while learning science, by Turner, Judy; Kruger,Trevor; Walshe, Bob ~ No Date
  • PEN009 — Shapes and forms of writing, by Dumbrell, Laurel; Nicholls, Sue ~ No Date
  • PEN010 — Your guide to good questioning  … why ask? by Cornish, Brent ~ No Date
  • PEN011 — Teaching poetry writing, by Edwards, Pat ~ No Date
  • PEN012 — Talking and listening, by Collerson, John & March, Paul ~ No Date
  • PEN013 — Lets make it their year, by Edwards, Pat ~ No Date
  • PEN014 — Survival English, by Walshe, R D  ~ No Date
  • PEN015 — Classroom drama, by Fiala, Babara ~ No Date
  • PEN016 — Usage update, by Walshe, R D  ~ 1979
  • PEN017 — Language learning while learning maths, by Edwards, Pat & Aitkin, A ~ No Date
  • PEN018 — What is a teacher? by McDonald, Russell; McCulla Norman; Walshe, RD ~ No Date
  • PEN019 — Language learning while learning music, by Baker, Kate & Edwards, Pat ~ No Date
  • PEN020 — Everydayness: The great overlooked teaching resource, by Walshe, R D  ~ No Date
  • PEN021 — Library on the move, by Hathorn, Elizabeth ~ No Date
  • PEN022 — Language and the arts, by Hickey, Denise; Mackie, Alexander; Walshe RD ~ No Date
  • PEN023 — Five days in primary language, by Walters, Barry ~ No Date
  • PEN024 — Questions parents ask, by Dwyer, Barry & Dwyer Jan ~ 1980
  • PEN025 — But I don't know what to write, by Hogan, Helen ~ No Date
  • PEN026 — A Sense of history, by Arthur, S & Bray, C ~ No Date
  • PEN027 — 50 Language lessons, by Pearce, Diana ~ No Date
  • PEN028 — Multicultural reading, by Rasmussen, Bonnie ~ No Date
  • PEN029 — Handwriting, by Holliday, Royce ~ No Date
  • PEN030 — Language and cookery, by Bernier, Jeanne-Marie ~ 1981
  • PEN031 — 10 ideas for reading, by Furniss, Elaine ~ No Date
  • PEN032 — Casuals not casualties! by Holliday, Marcelle ~ No Date
  • PEN033 — Language and Aboriginal studies, by Cook, Trevor & Walshe, R D ~ No Date
  • PEN034 — Language and Social Studies, by Pearce, Diana ~ No Date
  • PEN035 — Parent involvement, by Dwyer, Barry ~ No Date
  • PEN036 — Teaching spelling in the new context, by Walshe, R D  ~ No Date
  • PEN037 — Programming, by Dwyer, Barry & Walshe, R D ~ No Date
  • PEN038 — Classroom management, by Murray-Smith, Anne; Platt, Robyn; Minns, John; Coombes, Sandra ~ No Date
  • PEN039 — All about poetry, by Nicoll, Vivienne ~ No Date
  • PEN040 — Evaluation of Writing, by Walshe, R D  ~ No Date
  • PEN041 — Language and the slower learner, by Comino, George & Walshe, Bob ~ No Date
  • PEN042 — Language activities for the gifted, by Imison, Ken ~ No Date
  • PEN043 — Nutritious reading programs, by Parker, Richard ~ No Date
  • PEN044 — 20 reading activities, by Butler, Andrea ~ No Date
  • PEN045 — Children, teachers and computers, by Moore, Tony ~ 1984
  • PEN046 — Spelling in the total language program, by Turner, Judy ~ 1984
  • PEN047 — Children's playground rhymes, chants and traditional verse, by Robinson, Moira ~ 1984
  • PEN048 — Personal development programs: an introduction, by Jenkins, Ronda; Sykes, Linda; Smythe, Diana; Thomas Carol ~ 1984
  • PEN049 — Story telling: a guide to the art, by Scott, Patricia ~ 1985
  • PEN050 — What's in a word? Some ideas to help with spelling awareness, by Kelly, Babara ~ 1985
  • PEN051 — Better displays: A teachers guide to materials and techniques, by McVitty, Walter ~ 1985
  • PEN052 — School libraries: Look them up! Check them out!, by McVitty, Walter ~ 1985
  • PEN053 — Conferencing with confidence, by Roberts, Victoria ~ 1985
  • PEN054 — Children's books in the classroom literacy programs, by Nicoll, Vivienne ~ 1985
  • PEN055 — Reading theories explained: answers to questions teachers ask, by Sloan. Peter; Whitehead, David ~ 1986
  • PEN056 — Using resources, by Barton, Margaret ~ 1986
  • PEN057 — Writing for the media, by Wyatt, Helen; Grundy, Linda; O'Sullivan, Mary-Anne ~ 1986
  • PEN058 — Developing word knowledge, by Goldsmith, Peggy & Robinson, Trish ~ 1986
  • PEN059 — Inviting authors and illustrators, by Wignell, Edel ~ 1986
  • PEN060 — Classroom publishing, by Wilson, Lorraine ~ 1986
  • PEN061 — Letter writing for littlies, by Thomas-Cochran, Margarette ~ 1987
  • PEN062 — Today's Child at School: A Parent’s Guide, by Dwyer, Barry ~ 1987
  • PEN063 — Reading no more phonics? by Woodward, Helen ~ 1987
  • PEN064 — Foundation handwriting, by Grislis, Peteris ~ 1987
  • PEN065 — Spelling it out to parents, by Bouffler, Chrystine & Bean, Wendy ~ 1987
  • PEN066 — Integrating Writing and Inquiry, by Anstey, Michéle ~ 1988
  • PEN067 — Children and writing in the electronic age, by Downes, Toni & Hingerty, Christine ~ 1998
  • PEN068 — Using language learning conditions in mathematics, by Stoessiger, Rex ~ 1988
  • PEN069 — Programming for language, by Brill, Rhondda ~ 1988
  • PEN070 — Ownership in school theatre, by Danby, Mark & Upitis, Rena ~ 1989
  • PEN071 — Parents helping in the classroom, by Rivalland, Judith ~ 1989
  • PEN072 — I know that place!, by Wignell, Edel ~ 1989
  • PEN073 — Censorship, by Pulvertaft, Ann ~ 1989
  • PEN074 — How to tame werewolves and turn a mean machine into a marvellous machine!, by McArthur, Gwen ~ 1989
  • PEN075 — Story maps and story structure, by Morris, Jill ~ 1990
  • PEN076 — Picture books for pleasure and learning, by O'Sullivan, Colleen ~ 1990
  • PEN077 — Grammar Part 1, by Collerson, John ~ 1990
  • PEN078 — Grammar Part 2, by Collerson, John ~ 1990
  • PEN079 — ‘True Wizardry’: Readers’ theatre in the classroom, by Robertson, Marion ~ 1990
  • PEN080 — When are Children to Read? by Mason, Joan ~ 1991
  • PEN081 — Assessment and Evaluation in Reading, by Bouffler, Chrystine & Knight, B Allen ~ 1991
  • PEN082 — Making Time For Classroom Talk, by Rowe, Gaelene ~ 1991
  • PEN083 —  Legal Dimension to the Teaching … by Williams, Peter ~ 1991
  • PEN084 — Organising The Infant Classroom, by Devine, Janice ~ 1991
  • PEN085 — Reading Conferences that Work, by Nicol, Ann & Solvestri, Lisa ~ 1992
  • PEN086 — Big Books Revisited: An interview with Don Holdaway, by Nicoll-Hatton, Vivienne ~ 1992
  • PEN087 — Language and science and technology, by Fogarty, Mary-Anne & Lang, Betsy ~ 1992
  • PEN088 — Making the most of your school library, by Mackenzie, Elayne & Thomas, Robyn ~ 1992
  • PEN089 — Learning Difficulties and Classroom support part 1, by Bell, Glenda & McGowan, Janne ~ 1992
  • PEN090 — Learning difficulties and classroom support part 2, by Bell, Glenda & McGowan, Janne ~ 1993
  • PEN091 — Unwrapping Miscue Analysis, by Dunn, Myra; Knight, Bruce Allen; Axtell, Jennifer ~ 1993
  • PEN092 — Helping Older Inexperienced Readers, by Young, Lyn ~ 1993
  • PEN093 — Aboriginal English, by Eades, Diana ~ 1993
  • PEN094 — Helping Them Learn To Spell, by Browning, Trish ~ 1994
  • PEN095 — What Is A Functional Model Of Language, by Ewing, Robyn ~ 1994
  • PEN096 — Successful Joint Construction, by Hunt, Imogen ~ 1994
  • PEN097 — Building on Interests and Talents, by Whitton, Diana ~ 1994
  • PEN098 — Demystifying Reading Recovery, by Sale, Catheryn ~ 1995
  • PEN099 — Teaching Grammar Through Everyday language activities, by Bremner, Sue ~ 1995
  • PEN100 — Celebrate with stories, by Hanzl, Anne ~ 1995
  • PEN101 — Thinking Books, by Swan, Susan ~ 1995
  • PEN102 — Why don’t ‘they’ understand?, by Bennett, Barrie ~ 1995
  • PEN103 — Cooperative Learning: Turning obstacles into opportunities, by Hill, Susan ~ 1996
  • PEN104 — How’s Your Etiquette With Authors?, by Gleeson, Libby ~ 1996
  • PEN105 — Realising Literacy Through Projects, by French, Ruth & Whitaker, Joy ~ 1996
  • PEN106 — Helping Start A School Newspaper, by Carter, Sue ~ 1996
  • PEN107 — Matching Books To Children, by Wille, Claire ~ 1996
  • PEN108 — Writing With Oozenez, by Goldie, Yvonne ~ 1997
  • PEN109 — Early Steps Towards Critical Literacy, by Brown, Sue M ~ 1997
  • PEN110 — Linking Language & Heritage Study, by Reynolds, Ruth ~ 1997
  • PEN111 — Class Meetings With De Bono's, by Moore, Mary ~ 1997
  • PEN112 — Meta-comprehension Strategies: Help for struggling readers, by Gee, Helen ~ 1998
  • PEN113 — Punctuation, by Spinks, Sue ~ 1998
  • PEN114 — Sequencing Activities, by Davidson, Christina ~ 1998
  • PEN115 — Poetry In The Classroom, by Thistleton-Martin, Judy ~ 1998
  • PEN116 — Developing Our Imagination: enactment and critical literacy, by Hertzberg, Margery & Ewing, Robyn ~ 1998
  • PEN117 — Catching Literature in the 'net, by Else-Mitchell, Rosamund ~ 1999
  • PEN118 — Explicit Teaching: Focusing Teacher talk on literacy, by Edwards-Groves, Christine ~ 1999
  • PEN119 — Links With Literacy Texts, by Connor, Jenni ~ 1999
  • PEN120 — Language Tracks: Aboriginal English in the classroom, by Simpson, Lee; Munns, Geoff; Clancy, Sue ~ 1999
  • PEN121 — Learning In The Museum, by Hook, Cheryl ~ 1999
  • PEN122 — Responding To Gifted And Talented Students, by Gross, Miraca U M & Sleap, Bronwyn ~ 2000
  • PEN123 — 100 Writing Demons, by Walshe, R D  ~ 2000
  • PEN124 — Ways To Teach Spelling, by Bean, Wendy ~ 2000
  • PEN125 — Improving Writing Using Maths journals, by Forrester, Lil ~ 2000
  • PEN126 — What’s In A Dictionary, by Butler, Susan ~ 2000
  • PEN127 — E-Folios: Another Way With Portfolios, by Showers, Debbie ~ 2001
  • PEN128 — Ways With Community Knowledge, by Nelson, Greg ~ 2001
  • PEN129 — Digital Guests In Your Classroom, by Williams, Michelle ~ 2001
  • PEN130 — Multilingual Literacies in the primary classroom: making the connections, by Diaz, Chris Jones ~ 2001
  • PEN131 — More than a Sound Week, by Lowe, Kaye; Hill, Trudie; Delany, Val ~ 2001
  • PEN132 — Designing Learning Experiences for peers, by Vincent, Lisa & Barltrop, Jenny ~ 2002
  • PEN133 — Multi-literacies: Teaching and Learning in the new communications environment, by Kalantzis, Mary; Cope, Bill; Fehring, Heather ~ 2002
  • PEN134 — Perfect Match Reading — books and kids, by Clements, Rebecca ~ 2002
  • PEN135 — Young Australians: Reading or Not? by Nieuwenhuizen, Agnes & Cox, Sarah Mayor ~ 2002
  • PEN136 — In the past … I was clueless. Writing scary stories in the middle school , by Williams, Monica ~ 2002
  • PEN137 — Planning And Teaching report-writing, by Hayes, Julie ~ 2003
  • PEN138 — The Wishing Crystal: Joint Construction in the junior primary classroom, by Parkin, Bronwyn ~ 2003
  • PEN139 — Developing Learning Communities in the first years of school, by Studans, Lesley ~ 2003
  • PEN140 — Reading & Responding in literature circles, by Day, Catherine ~ 2003
  • PEN141 — Designing For Difference: units that work, by Whitton, D ~ 2003
  • PEN142 — Visual Literacy, by Simpson, A ~ 2004
  • PEN143 — Talking and Listening Activities for ESL Students, by Bremner, S ~ 2004
  • PEN144 — Is there a role for Self Evaluation in the classroom? by Hill, Sister Kathleen ~ 2004
  • PEN145 — Web Projects: A Cure for ‘Technofluenza’, by Joscelyne-Loane, L ~ 2004
  • PEN146 — Reading Aloud To Children, by Spence, B ~ 2004
  • PEN147 — Environmental Communication, by Davis, P ~ 2004
  • PEN148 — Using Rubrics To Enhance, by Bean, W ~ 2005
  • PEN149 — Reading Multimodal Texts, by Noad, B ~ 2005
  • PEN150 — Teaching Students who speak Aboriginal English, by Haig, Y; Konigsberg, P; Collard, G ~ 2005
  • PEN151 — Primary Connections, by Hutton, P ~ 2005
  • PEN152 — Grammar Games, by O'Rourke, V; Hill, S ; McGirr, B ~ 2006
  • PEN153 — Embedding Assessment in the early years, by Kearney, J ~ 2006
  • PEN154 — Embedding Assessment in the middle years, by Fletcher, M` ~ 2006
  • PEN155 — The REAL Framework: student engagement and student self-assessment, by Munns, Geoff & Woodward, Helen ~ 2006
  • PEN156 — Designing For Learning: Integrating digital content into learning tasks, by Burrows, P; Clarke, O ; Soumien, K ; Kalantzis, M ; Cope, B ~ 2007
  • PEN157 — Reading (And Writing) To Learn in the middle years of schooling, by Acevedo, Claire & Rose, D ~ 2007
  • PEN158 — Places To Play: Story as an adventure playground, by Gleeson, L ~ 2007
  • PEN159 — Learning With Graphic Organisers, by Stewart-Dore, N ~ 2007
  • PEN160 — Lights, Camera, Learning, by Gibson, K ~ 2007
  • PEN161 — Learning to use and learning about language, by Rossbridge, Joanne ~ 2008
  • PEN162 — Planning the Learning Environment for Refugee Background Students, by Luizzi, Pam & Saker, Janet ~ 2008
  • PETAA Paper 163 (e:update 001) — Using performance to enhance English and literacy learning, by Gibson & Ewing ~ Nov 2008
  • PETAA Paper 164 (e:update 002) — Students as literacy researchers, by Pam Davis & Jo-Anne Reid ~ 2008
  • PETAA Paper 165 (e:update 003) — Strategies for a Thinking classroom, by Sandra Lynch & Gregory Leaney ~ 2008
  • PETAA Paper 166 (e:update 004) — Using Multimodal texts & resources in a multi-literate classroom, by Anstey, M & Bull, G ~ 2009
  • PETAA Paper 167 (e:update 005) — Possibilities for Literacy learning through podcasting Activities, by Kervin, L ~ 2009
  • PETAA Paper 168 (e:update 006) — Valuing Parents in the Reading Process, by Lowe, K ~ 2009
  • PETAA Paper 169 (e:update 007) — Teaching and Learning Experiences …, by Snowball, D ~ 2009
  • PETAA Paper 170 (e:update 008) — Authors in Schools, by Noake ~ 2009
  • PETAA Paper 171 (e:update 009) — Readers Theatre, by Hertzberg, M ~ 2009
  • PETAA Paper 172 (e:update 010) — Teaching Grammar in the context of narrative, by Rushton, K ~ 2010
  • PETAA Paper 173 (e:update 011) — Fact to Faction, by Braxton, B ~ 2010
  • PETAA Paper 174 (e:update 012) — Cloze Encounters, by Dufficey, P ~ 2010
  • PETAA Paper 175 (e:update 013) — Developing Comprehension, by Cairney ~ 2010
  • PETAA Paper 176 (e:update 014) — My Place, by Cohen, D ~ 2010
  • PETAA Paper 177 (e:update 015 — Why bother blogging?, by Constanti, G ~ Jan 2010
  • PETAA Paper 178 (e:update 016) — Writing persuasive texts, by Hutton, P ~ Mar 2011
  • PETAA Paper 179 (e:update 017) — Engaging students in literacy learning with IWBs, by Goodwin, K ~ Jul 2011
  • PETAA Paper 180 (e:update 018) — Talk for learning: developing and expanding oral language in the classroom, by Cox, R ~ Jul 2011
  • PETAA Paper 181 — When image and text meet — teaching with visual and multimodal texts, by Callow, J ~ Nov 2011
  • PETAA Paper 182 — Metacognition matters: Raising reading comprehension achievement, by Davis, A ~ Mar 2012
  • PETAA Paper 183 — Teaching EAL/D Learners in Australian Classrooms, by Jackson et al ~ Mar 2012
  • PETAA Paper 184 — Using multimodal factual texts during the inquiry process, by Anstey, M and Bull, G ~ Jun 2012
  • PETAA Paper 185 — Choosing texts for teaching and learning, by Gehling, K ~ Sep 2012
  • PETAA Paper 186 — The Australian Curriculum: Implications for teaching and assessment, by Klenowski, V ~ Sep 2012
  • PETAA Paper 187 — Teachers as researchers, by Honan, E ~ Nov 2012
  • PETAA Paper 188 — Literacy as behaviour, process, and social activity, by Freebody, P ~ Mar 2013
  • PETAA Paper 189 — The literacy of geography, by Butler, J ~ Jul 2013
  • PETAA Paper 190 — Literacy within, across and beyond the curriculum, by Ward, L ~ Jul 2013
  • PETAA Paper 191 — Towards a model for 21st century literacy learning, by McLean, K ~ Nov 2013
  • PETAA Paper 192 — Grammar in the Early Years: A games-based approach, by Cochrane, I; Reece, A ; Ahearn, K ; Jones, P ~ Nov 2013
  • PETAA Paper 193 — Developing intercultural understanding through Asian-Australian literature, by Kerry Mallan; Deborah Henderson; Amy Cross; Cherie Allan ~ Feb 2014
  • PETAA Paper 194 — Teachers as writers: Implications for identity, by Cremin, C & Baker, S ~ April 2014
  • PETAA Paper 195 — Talk Moves, by Edwards-Groves, Christine ~ Nov 2014
  • PETAA Paper 196 — The critical conversation about text: Joint construction, by Rossbridge, J & Rushton, K ~ Nov 2014
  • PETAA Paper 197 — Responding to literature in Literature Circles, by Simpson, A ~ Nov 2014
  • PETAA Paper 198 — The literacy of history, by Hutton, P & Smyth, C ~ Mar 2015
  • PETAA Paper 199 — [Forthcoming] ~ November 2015
  • PETAA Paper 200 — Connecting research and practice, by Holliday, M, ~ Sep 2015

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