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Journal Article

Woods-McConney, A., Oliver, M.C., McConney, A., Schibeci, R. and Maor, D. (2014) Science Engagement and Literacy: A retrospective analysis for students in Canada and Australia. International Journal of Science Education, 36 (10). pp. 1588-1608.

Palmer, S.E. and Schibeci, R.A. (2014) What conceptions of science communication are espoused by science research funding bodies? Public Understanding of Science, 23 (5). pp. 511-527.

Woods-McConney, A., Oliver, M.C., McConney, A., Maor, D. and Schibeci, R. (2013) Science engagement and literacy: A retrospective analysis for Indigenous and Non-Indigenous students in Aotearoa New Zealand and Australia. Research in Science Education, 43 (1). pp. 233-252.

McConney, A., Oliver, M., Woods‐McConney, A. and Schibeci, R. (2011) Bridging the Gap? a comparative, retrospective analysis of science literacy and interest in science for indigenous and non-indigenous Australian students. International Journal of Science Education, 33 (14). pp. 2017-2035.

Khoo, L.M.S., Maor, D. and Schibeci, R. (2011) The engineering Eportfolio: Enhancing communication, critical thinking and problem solving and team work skills? World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 77 . pp. 1027-1032.

Edmondston, J., Dawson, V. and Schibeci, R. (2010) Are students prepared to communicate? A case study of an Australian degree Course in biotechnology. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 8 (6). pp. 1091-1108.

Lowe, K., Lee, L., Schibeci, R., Cummings, R., Phillips, R. and Lake, D. (2010) Learning objects and engagement of students in Australian and New Zealand schools. British Journal of Educational Technology, 41 (2). pp. 227-241.

Edmondston, J.E., Dawson, V. and Schibeci, R. (2010) Undergraduate biotechnology students' views of science communication. International Journal of Science Education, 32 (18). pp. 2451-2474.

Harwood, J. and Schibeci, R. (2008) Community participation in Australian science and technology policy: The case of nanotechnology. Prometheus, 26 (2). pp. 153-163.

Schibeci, R., Lake, D., Phillips, R., Lowe, K., Cummings, R. and Miller, E. (2008) Evaluating the use of learning objects in Australian and New Zealand schools. Computers & Education, 50 (1). pp. 271-283.

Schibeci, R., MacCallum, J., Cumming-Potvin, W., Durrant, C., Kissane, B. and Miller, E‐J (2008) Teachers’ journeys towards critical use of ICT. Learning, Media and Technology, 33 (4). pp. 313-327.

Schibeci, R. and Harwood, J. (2008) Turf wars: Science communication in Australian science and technology degrees? International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences, 3 (6). pp. 87-94.

Harwood, J. and Schibeci, R. (2007) Pluto is a planet: True or false? Teaching Science, 53 (1). pp. 44-45.

Schibeci, R., Ditchburn, G., Lake, D. and Leslie, G. (2007) Primary and secondary teachers' perceptions of salinity curriculum materials. Teaching Science, 53 (3). pp. 32-36.

Schibeci, R. and Harwood, J. (2007) Stimulating authentic community involvement in biotechnology policy in Australia. Public Understanding of Science, 16 (2). pp. 245-255.

Schibeci, R., Harwood, J. and Dietrich, H. (2006) Community involvement in biotechnology policy?: The Australian experience. Science Communication, 27 (3). pp. 429-445.

Schibeci, R. (2006) Student images of scientists : What are they? Do they matter? Teaching Science, 52 (2). pp. 12-16.

Leslie, G. and Schibeci, R. (2006) Teaching about designer babies & genetically modified foods: Encouraging the teaching of biotechnology in secondary schools. The American Biology Teacher, 68 (7). e98-e103.

Hosie, P. and Schibeci, R. (2005) Checklist and context-bound evaluations of online learning in higher education. British Journal of Educational Technology, 36 (5). pp. 881-895.

Hosie, P., Schibeci, R. and Backhaus, A. (2005) A framework and checklists for evaluating online learning in higher education. Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education, 30 (5). pp. 539-553.

Dietrich, H. and Schibeci, R. (2003) Beyond public perceptions of gene technology: Community participation in public policy in Australia. Public Understanding of Science, 12 (4). pp. 381-401.

Schibeci, R. and Hickey, R.L. (2003) Dimensions of autonomy: Primary teachers' decisions about involvement in science professional development. Science Education, 88 (1). pp. 119-145.

Schibeci, R. (2003) How much effort is there in effective biotechnology education in Australia? Does it matter? Australasian Biotechnology, 13 (6). p. 27.

Schibeci, R. and Lee, L. (2003) Portrayals of science and scientists, and "science for citizenship". Research in Science & Technological Education, 21 (2). pp. 177-192.

Dawson, V. and Schibeci, R. (2003) Western Australian high school students' attitudes towards biotechnology processes. Journal of Biological Education, 38 (1). pp. 7-12.

Dawson, V. and Schibeci, R. (2003) Western Australian school students' understanding of biotechnology. International Journal of Science Education, 25 (1). pp. 57-69.

Leslie, G. and Schibeci, R. (2003) What do science teachers think biotechnology is? : Does it matter? Australian Science Teachers Journal, 49 (3). pp. 16-21.

Hosie, P. and Schibeci, R. (2001) Evaluating courseware: A need for more context bound evaluations? Australian Educational Computing, 16 (2). pp. 18-26.

Schibeci, R. and Hickey, R. (2000) Is it natural or processed? Elementary school teachers and conceptions about materials. Journal of Research in Science Teaching, 37 (10). pp. 1154-1170.

Hickey, R. and Schibeci, R. (2000) Primary teachers' conceptions of "Chemical". Investigating, 16 (2). pp. 33-38.

Schibeci, R. (2000) Students, teachers and the impact of biotechnology on the community. Australian Science Teachers Journal, 46 (4). pp. 27-33.

Barns, I., Schibeci, R., Davison, A. and Shaw, R. (2000) "What do you think about genetic medicine?" Facilitating sociable public discourse on developments in the new genetics. Science, Technology & Human Values, 25 (3). pp. 283-308.

Davison, A. and Schibeci, R. (2000) The consensus conference as a mechanism for community responsive technology policy. Melbourne Studies in Education , 41 (2). pp. 47-59.

Schibeci, R. (1999) Designer Babies? Teacher views on gene technology and human medicine. Research in Science & Technological Education, 17 (2). pp. 153-164.

Schibeci, R., Barns, I., Shaw, R. and Davison, A. (1999) Genetic medicine: an experiment in community-expert interaction. Journal of Medical Ethics, 25 (4). pp. 335-339.

Murcia, K. and Schibeci, R. (1999) Primary student teachers' conceptions of the nature of science. International Journal of Science Education, 21 (11). pp. 1123-1140.

Schibeci, R. and Barns, I. (1999) Public perceptions of biotechnology: Towards a dialogue. Australasian Biotechnology, 9 (2). pp. 95-97.

Schibeci, R. and Murcia, K. (1999) "Science is about facts," or is it? Changing student conceptions about the nature of science. Journal of College Science Teaching, 29 (3). pp. 205-209.

Schibeci, R. (1999) Why does water boil at 212F? Australian Science Teachers Journal, 45 (1). pp. 56-57.

Hickey, R. and Schibeci, R. (1999) The attraction of magnetism. Physics Education, 34 (6). pp. 383-388.

Schibeci, R. and Barns, I. (1998) Gene technology communication: Facilitating public deliberation of pST gene technology. Science Communication, 20 (2). pp. 204-226.

Schibeci, R. and Pullella, M. (1998) 'If you listened to everything they said, you wouldn't eat anything'. Australian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics, 55 (1). pp. 29-32.

Schibeci, R. and Hickey, R. (1998) Improving Off-campus students' science pedagogical content knowledge. UniServe Science News, 11 .

Schibeci, R. (1997) Can iron lift your learning ability? Australian Science Teachers Journal, 43 (3). pp. 37-39.

Schibeci, R. and Pullella, M. (1997) Mystery element 2: The not-so-official line. SCIOS: Journal of the Science Teachers’ Association of Western Australia, 32 (4). pp. 24-25.

Schibeci, R. and Pullella, M. (1997) Of calcium, iron and fat. Australian Science Teachers Journal, 43 (4). 20 -24.

Davison, A., Barns, I. and Schibeci, R. (1997) Problematic publics: A critical review of surveys of public attitudes to biotechnology. Science, Technology & Human Values, 22 (3). pp. 317-348.

Schibeci, R., Barns, I., Kennealy, S. and Davison, A. (1997) Public attitudes to gene technology: The case of the MacGregor's tomato. Public Understanding of Science, 6 (2). pp. 167-183.

Hickey, R. and Schibeci, R. (1997) What is the role of content in primary school science? Investigating, 13 (1). pp. 10-13.

Schibeci, R. and Pullella, M. (1997) The mystery metal and our bodies. SCIOS: Journal of the Science Teachers’ Association of Western Australia, 32 (3). pp. 24-25.

Schibeci, R. (1996) Alcohol. Australian Science Teachers Journal, 42 (1). pp. 44-45.

Schibeci, R. (1996) Science demonstrations for primary students. Investigating, 12 (4). p. 10.

Schibeci, R. and Wong, K.Y. (1994) Have you got any cholesterol? Adults' views of human nutrition. Research in Science Education, 24 (1). pp. 287-294.

Schibeci, R. and Kissane, B. (1994) Language, learning and literacy in science and mathematics. Australian Science Teachers Journal, 40 (4). pp. 47-54.

Schibeci, R., Fetherstonhaugh, A. and Griffin, S. (1993) Conceptions of water-related phenomena. Research in Science Education, 23 (1). pp. 259-265.

Grainger, J and Schibeci, R. (1992) Educational computing and primary teachers: Computers and classrooms. Login: Journal of the Educational Computing Association of WA, 6 (2). pp. 28-32.

Schibeci, R. (1990) Logo in pre-service and in-service teacher education. Computers & Education, 14 (1). pp. 53-60.

Schibeci, R. (1990) Reading, ’riting and ’rithmetic: Being literate in science and mathematics. Research in Science Education, 20 (1). pp. 324-325.

Schibeci, R. (1989) 101 uses for a computer. Western Australian Teachers Journal, 1 (1). pp. 19-20.

Schibeci, R. (1989) Desperately seeking science (and technology?). Research in Science Education, 19 (1). pp. 241-248.

Schibeci, R. (1988) Adult scientific and technological literacy: A review. Research in Science Education, 18 (1). pp. 244-250.

Schibeci, R. (1988) Logophilia, logophobia and education: The great debate continues. Login: Journal of the Educational Computing Association of WA , 2 (1). pp. 10-15.

Schibeci, R. and Carlsen, C. (1988) An interesting student chemistry project: Investigating Liesegang rings. Journal of Chemical Education, 65 (4). pp. 365-366.

Schibeci, R. (1980) Science teachers and science related attitudes. Research in Science Education, 10 (1). pp. 159-165.

Conference Paper

Schibeci, R.A., Boyd, D., Buizer, M. and Baudains, C. (2012) Inspiring a nation to lead the world in science through public engagement? The role of STEM research centres. In: 12th International Public Communication of Science and Technology Conference, 18 - 20 April, Florence, Italy

Woods-McConney, A., Oliver, M., Maor, D., Schibeci, R. and McConney, A. (2011) Science engagement in Australia and New Zealand: A comparative, secondary analysis. In: European Science Education Research Association (ESERA) 2011 Biannual Conference, 5 - 9 September 2011, Centre de Congres, Lyon, France

Cumming-Potvin, W., Schibeci, R., Lee, L. and Lake, D. (2004) ICT in schools: Research supporting professional partnerships. In: Connected Learning Conference: The Power of ICT in the Curriculum, 23 - 24 September 2004, Perth Convention Centre, Perth

Schibeci, R., Hickey, R. and Speering, W. (1999) How do we encourage higher level thinking in students? In: 8th Annual Teaching Learning Forum, 3 - 4 February, University of Western Australia, W.A pp. 360-366.

Schibeci, R. and Hickey, R.L. (1997) Interactive video in primary science professional development. In: 22nd Annual Conference of the Science Education Association of WA pp. 1-89.

Schibeci, R. and Hickey, R.L. (1996) 'I do feel a little more confident': An initiative in primary science content. In: 21st Annual Conference of the Western Australian Science Education Association, 29 November 1996, Canning College, Perth pp. 151-160.

Schibeci, R. and Wong, K.Y. (1993) Transforming knowledge: Adult understanding of human nutrition. In: 18th Annual Science Education Conference, 19 November 1993, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A pp. 40-49.

Schibeci, R. (1977) Affective science teaching. In: 3rd Annual Conference of the Western Australian Science Education Association, 20th September 1977, Secondary Teachers College, W.A pp. 44-57.

Conference Item

Hardy, G.E.S.J., Barber, P., Dell, B., Ruthrof, K., Lyons, T., Hobbs, R., Fleming, P., Moore, S., Baudains, C., Schibeci, R., Veneklaas, E., Poot, P., Renton, M. and Burgess, T. (2011) Approaches to understanding and managing the complexities of woodland & forest declines in Western Australia. In: Asian Association of Societies for Plant Pathology (AASPP) and the Australasian Plant Pathology Society Conference, 26 - 29 April, Darwin, Australia.

Oliver, M., Woods-McConney, A., Maor, D., Schibeci, R. and McConney, A. (2011) Science engagement and literacy down under: Indigenous students in Australia and New Zealand. In: European Science Education Research Association (ESERA) 2011 Biannual Conference, 5 - 9 September 2011, Centre de Congres, Lyon, France.

Hardy, G., Enright, N., Lyons, T., Dell, B., Barber, P., Ruthrof, K., Moore, S., Fleming, T., Baudains, C., Evans, B., Wentzel, K., Schibeci, R., Hobbs, R., Veneklaas, E., Poot, P. and Renton, M. (2009) Climate adaptation: Forest, woodland and shrubland health in southwest Western Australia. In: NCCARF Climate Change Adaptation Symposium, 8 December, Murdoch University, Western Australia.

Cummings, R., Schibeci, R. and Roberts, S. (2008) Future leaders in learning and teaching: Experiences of non-positional leaders in a Carrick Project. In: Teaching and Learning Forum 2008: Preparing for the graduate of 2015, 30 - 31 January 2008, Curtin University, Perth.

Book Chapter

Schibeci, R. (2009) Inspiring students with the joy and wonder of science? Key Australasian contributions to research on student attitudes to science. In: Ritchie, S.M., (ed.) Handbook of Research in Australasia: Volume 2. Sense Publishers, Rotterdam, Netherlands, pp. 107-116.

Lake, D., Lowe, K., Phillips, R., Cummings, R. and Schibeci, R. (2008) Effective use of learning objects in class environments. In: Lockyer, L., Bennett, S., Agostinho, S. and Harper, B., (eds.) Handbook of Research on Learning Design and Learning Objects. IGI Global, Hershey, PA, USA, pp. 493-514.

Book

Schibeci, R. (1996) Report on five day course in science content for primary school teachers. Murdoch University, Murdoch University, W.A..

Schibeci, R. (1987) Computers in science teaching: A select bibliography 1983-86. ERIC Clearinghouse, Murdoch University, W.A..

Report

Admiraal, R., Doepel, D., Ho, G., Schibeci, R., McGarty, C., Barrington, D.J. and McHenry, M.P. (2013) Improving the lives of children and other vulnerable groups: the suitability of a baseline study in water quality, sanitation and hygiene to provide information that can be used in post-intervention evaluation. Murdoch University

Cummings, R., Roberts, S. and Schibeci, R. (2008) Enhancing the student educational experience through school-based curriculum improvement leaders. Murdoch University. Teaching and Learning Centre & Carrick Institute for Learning and Teaching in Higher Education, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A.

Lake, D., Phillips, R., Lowe, K., Cummings, R., Schibeci, R. and Miller, E. (2004) Field review of the schools online curriculum content initiative. Murdoch University. Centre for Learning Change and Development, Murdoch University, W.A..

MacCallum, J., Schibeci, R., Kissane, B., Durrant, C. and Cumming-Potvin, W. (2003) Analysis and collection of qualitative data from ASP infrastructure trial. Murdoch University. Centre for Learning, Change and Development, Murdoch University, W.A..

MacCallum, J., Cumming-Potvin, W., Durrant, C., Kissane, B., Schibeci, R. and Miller, E. (2003) Real time teachers: report of the analysis of qualitative data from the ASP infrastructure trial.

Schibeci, R. (1996) Evaluation of the electronic mail network for science curriculum leaders 1996: Final Report. , Murdoch University, W.A..

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