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2008Early challenges in evaluating the KidsMatter national mental health promotion initiative in Australian primary schoolsAskell-Williams, Helen; Russell, Alan; Dix, Katherine Louise; Slee, Phillip T; Owens, Laurence David; Spears, Barbara; Lawson, Mike Joseph; Gregory, Kelvin David
Jun-2013Educational community stakeholders’ perspectives about teachers’ responsibilities for mental health promotion in Maltese schoolsAskell-Williams, Helen; Cefai, Carmel; Skrzypiec, Grace; Wyra, Mirella Dorota
Nov-2005Extending teacher education students’ mental models of teaching and learning through Problem Based LearningAskell-Williams, Helen; Murray-Harvey, Rosalind; Lawson, Mike Joseph
2004Identifying quality in teacher-education students’ models of self-regulation processes in learning: A case studyLawson, Mike Joseph; Askell-Williams, Helen
Nov-2006“If you are just sick you could make your own chicken soup. But if it’s a mental illness – you can’t fix yourself.” Teaching secondary school students about mental illness.Askell-Williams, Helen; Lawson, Mike Joseph; Murray-Harvey, Rosalind; Slee, Phillip T
Nov-2009Implementing a new initiative in mental health in Australian primary schoolsLawson, Mike Joseph; Askell-Williams, Helen; Dix, Katherine Louise; Slee, Phillip T; Skrzypiec, Grace; Spears, Barbara
Nov-2001Interviews with teachers and learnersAskell-Williams, Helen
2004Investigating Good Quality Knowledge About Learning and TeachingAskell-Williams, Helen; Lawson, Mike Joseph
2014Investigating the complex, dynamic and transactional nature of child-care students' and university access students' knowledge about learningAskell-Williams, Helen; Lawson, Mike Joseph
2004Investigating the quality of learners' knowledge about teaching and learningAskell-Williams, Helen
2005An investigation of the implementation of a MindMatters teaching module in secondary school classroomsAskell-Williams, Helen; Lawson, Mike Joseph; Murray-Harvey, Rosalind; Slee, Phillip T
Sep-2012KidsMatter Early Childhood Evaluation in Services with High Proportions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ChildrenSlee, Phillip T; Skrzypiec, Grace; Dix, Katherine Louise; Murray-Harvey, Rosalind; Askell-Williams, Helen
Jul-2012KidsMatter Early Childhood Evaluation ReportSlee, Phillip T; Murray-Harvey, Rosalind; Dix, Katherine Louise; Skrzypiec, Grace; Askell-Williams, Helen; Lawson, Mike Joseph; Krieg, Susan
2009KidsMatter evaluation final reportAskell-Williams, Helen; Slee, Phillip T; Lawson, Michael Joseph; Russell, Alan; Dix, Katherine Louise; Owens, Laurence David; Skrzypiec, Grazietta Kattrina; Spears, Barbara
Dec-2009KidsMatter Primary Evaluation Final ReportSlee, Phillip T; Lawson, Mike Joseph; Russell, Alan; Askell-Williams, Helen; Dix, Katherine Louise; Owens, Laurence David; Skrzypiec, Grace; Spears, Barbara
2010KidsMatter primary evaluation technical report and user guideSlee, Phillip T; Skrzypiec, Grazietta Kattrina; Owens, Laurence David; Spears, Barbara; Lawson, Michael Joseph; Dix, Katherine Louise; Keeves, John Philip; Russell, Alan; Askell-Williams, Helen
2007Learner's mental models about learning are multidimensional, temporally changeable and situationally acute.Askell-Williams, Helen; Lawson, Mike Joseph; Tran, Thi Tuanh
Dec-2013Maltese Students' Perspectives About Their Experiences at School and Their Mental HealthAskell-Williams, Helen; Cefai, Carmel; Fabri, F
2006Multi-dimensional profiling of medical students' cognitive models about learningAskell-Williams, Helen; Lawson, Mike Joseph
2005Representing the dynamic complexity of students' mental models of learning in order to provide 'entry points' for teachingAskell-Williams, Helen; Lawson, Mike Joseph
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