PUBLICATIONS

The following publications are offered to help promote ideas and activities about environmental education in the classroom and community groups. 
Australian Journal of Environmental Education

Australian Journal of Environmental Education

The Association’s professional journal presents ideas to stimulate debate about formal, informal and community environmental education teaching and research. Full membership includes the annual journal. Articles include research reports, program evaluation and case studies, reports of projects and teaching practice/techniques, essays on policy and philosophical issues, literature reviews, book reviews and discussions of previous articles. Visit website.

ozEEnews

ozEEnews

All full members receive an electronic or hard copy of the quarterly newsletter, which contains information about environmental issues, innovations, developments, reviews of books and resources, notices and reports of conferences and meetings. Visit website.

Other Publications

There is a range of publications offered by the national AAEE organisation providing resources for teachers and community members on a variety of issues. Visit the national AAEE web site.

AAEEWA Chapter Member Publications

The following articles have been written by AAEEWA members and published in journals or other publications:

Lewis, E. & Baudains, C. M. (2007). Raining frogs: An education for sustainability project. SCIOS: Journal of the Science Teachers’ Association of Western Australia, 43(3), 25-29.

Lewis, E., Baudains, C. M. & Mansfield, C. (2008). Making waves: Engaging science projects. SCIOS: Journal of the Science Teachers’ Association of Western Australia, 44(2), 18-19.

Lewis, E., Mansfield, C. & Baudains, C. M.(2008). Getting down and dirty: Values in education for sustainability. Issues in Educational Research, 18(2), 138-155.

Lewis, E., Baudains, C. M. & Mansfield, C. (2008). Nestwatch project: The oblong turtle. Western Wildlife, 12(3), 8-9.

Lewis, E., Baudains, C. M. & Mansfield, C. (2008). Turtle watch: Community contribution to environmental impact assessment. 28th Annual Conference of the International Association for Impact Assessment: The Art and Science of Impact Assessment. Perth, Australia.

Pearson, J. & Lewis, E. (2009). A taste of science. SCIOS: The Journal of the Science Teachers’ Association of Western Australia, 45(4), 4-6.

Lewis, E., Baudains, C. M. & Mansfield, C. (2009). The impact of AuSSI-WA at a primary school. Australian Journal of Environmental Education, 25, 45-58.

Lewis, E., Baudains, C. M. & Mansfield, C. (2009). Engaging students in science: Turtle nestwatch. Teaching Science: The Journal of the Australian Science Teachers Association, 55(1), 50-53.

Lewis, E., Mansfield, C. & Baudains, C. M. (2010). Going on a turtle egg hunt and other adventures: Education for sustainability in early childhood. Australian Journal of Early Childhood, 35(4), online annex. Early Childhood Australia.

Lewis, E. & Pearson, J. (2010). Little Green Steps, sustainability practise for early years comes to WA. SCIOS: The Journal of the Science Teachers’ Association of Western Australia, 46(3), 13-14.

Lewis, E. & Pearson, J. (2011). Dancing with Science. SCIOS: The Journal of the Science Teachers’ Association of Western Australia, 47(2), 5-7.

Lewis, E., Gaschk, K. & Pearson, J. (2011). Sounds of Science. SCIOS: The Journal of the Science Teachers’ Association of Western Australia, 47(4), 24-27.

Lewis, E., Nielsen, L., Pearson, J. & Baudains, C. M. (2012). Turtle Watch: Enhancing Science Engagement. SCIOS: The Journal of the Science Teachers’ Association of Western Australia, 48 (2), 14-18.

Lewis, E., Pearson, J., Baudains, C. M., Hartill, V., Crosbie, D., Bullimore, H., Krupa, A., Harris, R. & Weatherill, R. (2012). Turtle watch: Community participation and action. AAEE 17th Biennial Conference: Creating our Next Courageous Steps. Melbourne, Australia.

Lewis, E., Pearson, J., Krupa, A., Bullimore, H., Baudains, C. & Gaschk, K. (2012). Science sense-ations. AAEE 17th Biennial Conference: Creating our Next Courageous Steps. Melbourne, Australia

Lewis, E., Bullimore, H., Pearson, J., Krupa, A. & Gaschk, K. (2013). Colours of Science. SCIOS: The Journal of the Science Teachers’ Association of Western Australia, 49(1), 9-12.

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