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Book Chapter

Tambyah, Mallihai M. (2012) "More tick-the-box": the challenge of promoting interdisciplinary learning in the middle years through the Australian history curriculum. In Marsh, Colin J. (Ed.) (Ed.) The Australian Curriculum : Observations of a Journey. A Critique of Phase 1 Learning Areas and General Capabilities. Australian Curriculum Studies Association Inc., , Canberra, A. C. T, pp. 84-89.
Number of full-text downloads 21

Journal Article

Tambyah, Mallihai (2012) Teachers' knowledge for social education : perspectives from the middle years of schooling. Curriculum Perspectives, 32(1), pp. 34-33.
Number of full-text downloads 115

Heirdsfield, Ann M., Walker, Sue, Tambyah, Mallihai M., & Beutel, Denise A. (2011) Blackboard as an online learning environment : what do teacher education students and staff think? Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 36(7), pp. 1-16.
Number of full-text downloads 191
Number of citations in Scopus 5

Tambyah, Mallihai M. (2008) Teacher identity: Some issues raised by the problematic nature of SOSE. Curriculum Perspectives, 28(1), pp. 69-74.
Number of full-text downloads 203

Tambyah, Mallihai (2008) Will they know enough? Pre-service primary teachers' knowledge base for teaching intergrated social sciences. Australian Journal of teacher Education, 33(6), pp. 44-60.

Conference Paper

Tambyah, Mallihai Mary (2010) Teachers’ conceptions of essential knowledge for integrated social education : a middle years of schooling perspective from Australia. In British Educational Research Association Annual Conference, 1-4 September 2010, University of Warwick, Warwick.
Number of full-text downloads 412

Tambyah, Mallihai M. (2009) I am a geography and SOSE teacher : developing a subject identity in pre-service secondary social science teachers. In AARE 2008 International Education Research Conference : Changing Climates : Education for Sustainable Futures, 30 November - 4 December 2008, Brisbane, Qld.
Number of full-text downloads 195

Ireland, Joseph, Tambyah, Mallihai M., Neofa, Zui, & Harding, Terry (2009) The tale of four researchers : trials and triumphs from the phenomenographic research specialization. In AARE 2008 International Education Conference : Changing Climates : Educatrion for Sustainable Futures, 30th November - 4th December2008, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane.
Number of full-text downloads 414

Tambyah, Mallihai M. (2008) Content vs process : reflections on pre-service primary teachers’ approach to integrated social education. In AARE 2007 International Educatinal Research Conference : Research Impacts : Proving or Improving?, 25-29 November 2007, Fremantle, W.A.
Number of full-text downloads 699

Tambyah, Mallihai M. (2007) What do SOSE teachers know? The significance of subject content knowledge among middle school teachers and teachers’ professional identity. In AARE 2006 International Education Research Conference, 26-30 November 2006, Adelaide, Australia.
Number of full-text downloads 867

Tambyah, Mallihai M. (2006) Teaching geographical issues in context and developing a professional identity: the challenge facing primary school teachers. In Purnell, K., Lidstone, J., & Hodgson, S. (Eds.) International Geographical Union Commission on Geographical Education 2006 Symposium, 26 June - 29 June 2006, Brisbane, Australia.
Number of full-text downloads 2,235

Conference Item

Tambyah, Mallihai Mary (2010) Teaching history in the middle school : building knowledge through skills. In Shared Vision : An Australian Curriculum P-12, 28-30 April 2010, Brisbane, Queensland. (Unpublished)
Number of full-text downloads 411

QUT Thesis

Tambyah, Mallihai M. (2012) Middle school social sciences : exploring teachers’ conceptions of essential knowledge. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
Number of full-text downloads 296

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