Wilhelmina Sabina AugustaMaria Van Rooy


NameWilhelmina Sabina AugustaMaria Van Rooy
Job titleProfessor (Curriculum & Teaching)
Research instituteSchool of Education
Faculty of Education and Arts

Research outputs

Multimodal representations in senior biology assessments: A case study of NSW Australia
Van Rooy, Wilhelmina and Chan, Eveline. (2017) Multimodal representations in senior biology assessments: A case study of NSW Australia. International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education. 15(7), pp. 1237 - 1256. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10763-016-9741-y

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Early preservice teachers' experiences of the environment: A case study of participation in a community outdoor event
Van Rooy, Wilhelmina. (2017) Early preservice teachers' experiences of the environment: A case study of participation in a community outdoor event. Australian Journal of Environmental Education. 33(2), pp. 81 - 96. https://doi.org/10.1017/aee.2017.21

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Learning and teaching about oceanography
Veness, Kym, Philp, Samuel and van Rooy, Wilhelmina. (2016) Learning and teaching about oceanography. Science Education News. 65(1), pp. 54 - 62.

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Pre-service primary teachers' participation in the clean up Australia day: Capturing interest about the environment
Van Rooy, Wilhelmina. (2016) Pre-service primary teachers' participation in the clean up Australia day: Capturing interest about the environment. Science Education News. 65(3), pp. 64 - 66.

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Drug and alcohol use, sexual intimacy and associated health status of senior high school students : Implications for learning and schooling
Tye, Susannah, van Rooy, Wilhelmina and Pollard, Irina. (2013) Drug and alcohol use, sexual intimacy and associated health status of senior high school students : Implications for learning and schooling. Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics. 23(1), pp. 23 - 30.

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Using information and communication technology (ICT) to the maximum: learning and teaching biology with limited digital technologies
Van Rooy, Wilhelmina. (2012) Using information and communication technology (ICT) to the maximum: learning and teaching biology with limited digital technologies. Research in Science and Technological Education. 30(1), pp. 65 - 80. https://doi.org/10.1080/02635143.2011.653877

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Using media in the classroom: Learning and teaching about the 2011 Japanese earthquake, tsunami and nuclear events from a socioscientific and science literacy perspective
Van Rooy, Wilhelmina and Moore, Leah. (2012) Using media in the classroom: Learning and teaching about the 2011 Japanese earthquake, tsunami and nuclear events from a socioscientific and science literacy perspective. Teaching Science. 58(3), pp. 46 - 52.

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Gel-electrophoresis the easy way for students
Van Rooy, Wilhelmina and Sultana, Khalida. (2010) Gel-electrophoresis the easy way for students. Teaching Science. 56(2), pp. 31 - 33.

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Another extraction! Try this one instead of dried peas
Sultana, Khalida and Van Rooy, Wilhelmina. (2009) Another extraction! Try this one instead of dried peas. Teaching Science. 55(2), pp. 51 - 52.

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Transforming the technology and modalities of learning biology for senior high schools students in NSW: A report of work in Progress
Van Rooy, Wilhelmina Sabina, Nichols, Kim, Freebody, Peter and Hedberg, John. (2008) Transforming the technology and modalities of learning biology for senior high schools students in NSW: A report of work in Progress. Conference of Asian Science Education. Taiwan: Case Publishers. pp. 1 - 10

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Perceptions about health in primary school children
Riley, Jennifer and Rooy, Wilhelmina Van. (2007) Perceptions about health in primary school children. Teaching Science. 53(4), pp. 32 - 35.

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