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Publications by Quinnell, Lorna Mary

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Journal Articles (9)
Quinnell, Lorna (2014). Scaffolding understanding of tables and graphs. Literacy Learning: The Middle Years,22(2):15-21. 26  
Quinnell, Lorna (2014). Enhancing the teaching and learning of mathematical visual images. Australian Mathematics Teacher,70(1):18-25. 28  
Quinnell, Lorna and Carter, Merilyn (2013). Gibberish or What? Use of Symbolic Language in Primary Mathematics. Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom,18(1):8-14. 26  
Carter, Merilyn and Quinnell, Lorna (2012). Jabberwocky: The complexities of mathematical English. Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom,17(2):3-9. 28  
Quinnell, Lorna and Carter, Merilyn (2012). Greek or not: The use of symbols and abbreviations in mathematics. Australian Mathematics Teacher,68(2):34-40. 50  
Carter, Merilyn, Hipwell, Patricia and Quinnell, Lorna (2012). A picture is worth a thousand words: An approach to learning about visuals. Australian Journal of Middle Schooling,12(2):4-15. 56  
Quinnell, Lorna (2011). Cracking the code of NAPLAN numeracy tests in primary years: An exploration of the language used to assess numeracy. Practically Primary,16(1):19-21. 38  
Quinnell, Lorna and Carter, Lyn (2011). Cracking the language code: NAPLAN numeracy tests in years 7 and 9. Literacy Learning: The Middle Years,19(1):49-53. 19  
Quinnell, Lorna (2010). Why are mathematical investigations important?. The Australian Mathematics Teacher,66(3):35-40. 39  
Conference Papers (1)
Carter, Lyn and Quinnell, Lorna (2011). Jabberwocky: The complexitities of mathematical English. In: Include and Impact Conference, Brisbane, QLD., 16 -17 September 2011. 32