Student and teacher agency/interactive learning environments

Annan, J. (2016). Student agency in interactive learning environments. Retrieved from: Click here

Annan, J. (2018). Student and teacher inter-agency: Negotiated Learning Environments. In International Academic Forum (IAFOR) (Ed.) IICE Hawaii conference 2018: Surviving and Thriving(pp. 73-82). Aichi, Japan: International Academic Forum. ISSN: 2189-1036. Click here

Annan, J., Annan, B., & Wootton, M. (2016). Annan, J., Annan, B., & Wootton, M. (2016). Active learning through Infinity Maps. Retrieved from: Click here 

Annan, J., Annan, B., Wootton, M., & Burton, R. (2014). Facilitated networks of learning. Centre for Strategic Education Seminar Series No 237, September. Click on the Link for Read Only: Facilitated Networks of Learning Seminar

Annan, J., & Carpenter, R. (2014). Learning and Change networks: Connecting students with learning. Education Gazette, October 28, p3. Click here

Annan, J. & Carpenter, R. (2015). Learning and Change Networks. Kairaranga, 16(2), 8-17. Click here

Annan, J. (2013). Documentaries of five Learning and Change Networks. Retrieved from: Click here

Psychology and Professional Practice

Annan, J. (2010). Test use by Educational Psychologists in New Zealand. International Association of Applied Psychologists Bulletin, 22(2-3), 15-17.

Annan, J. (2005). Situational Analysis: A framework for evidence-based practice. School Psychology International, 26(2), 131-146. doi:10.1177/0143034305052909. Click here

Annan, J., Bowler, J., Mentis, M., & Somerville, M. (2011). Between theory and practice falls the shadow: The learning theories profile. Journal of Cognitive Education and Psychology, 10(3), 238-252. Click here

Annan, J., Bowler, J., Mentis, M. & Phillipson, R. (2008). Understanding diversity in educational psychology teams. School Psychology International, 29(4), 387-399. 10.1177/0143034311412845. Click here

Annan, J., & Coleman, P. (2018). Legislation, regulation, and policy related to Educational Psychology Practice in New Zealand. In F. Seymour, S. Blackwell, and A. Tamatea, (Eds.), Psychology and the Law in Aotearoa New Zealand, (2nd ed., pp. 333 – 351). Wellington: New Zealand Psychological Society.  ISBN 978-0-473-44964-3

Annan, J. & Priestley, A. (2011). A contemporary story of school psychology. School Psychology International, 33(3), 325-344. DOI: 10.1177/0143034311412845. Click here

Annan, J. & Priestley, A. (2018). Inquiring through the appreciative, interactive perspective of Situational Analysis. Paper presented at the 40th I International School Psychologists Association conference, Tokyo, Japan, July 25-28. Click here

Annan, J., Priestley, A., & Phillipson, R. (2006). Narrative Psychology: A tool for ecological practice. Kairaranga, 7(2), 20-27. Click here

Annan, J., & Ryba, K. (2013). Networks of professional supervision. School Psychology Quarterly. 28(2), 170-182. Click here

Bowler, J., Annan, J., & Mentis, M. (2007). Understanding the learner-environment relationship. A matrix of perspectives. School Psychology International, 28(4), 387-401. 10.1177/0143034307084131. Click here

Coleman, P., & Annan, J. (2011). Educational Psychology: Legislation and regulation. In F. Seymour, S., Blackwell, & J. Thorburn, (Eds.), Psychology and law in Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 255-272). Wellington: New Zealand Psychological Society.

Edwards, T., Annan, J., & Ryba, K. (2007). Educational Psychology in New Zealand. In S. Jimerson, T. Oakland, and P. Farrell, (Eds.), The Handbook of International School Psychology, California: Thousand Oaks.

France, K.G., Annan, J., Tarren-Sweeney, M., & Whitcombe-Dobbs, S. (2016). Psychological practice with children, families and the agencies that care for them. In J. Rucklidge, W. Waitoki, J. Feather and N. Robertson, Professional practice of Psychology in Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 503-524), Wellington: New Zealand Psychological Society.

Jimerson, S.R., Annan, J., Skokut, M., & Renshaw, T.L. (2009). Educational Psychology in New Zealand: Results of the 2006 International School Psychology Survey. School Psychology International, 30, 443-455. 10.1177/0143034309341617. Click here

Oakland, T., Faulkner M., & Annan, J. (2005). School psychology in four English speaking countries: Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States. In C. Frisby, & C. Reynolds. The Comprehensive Handbook of Multi cultural School Psychology, (pp. 1081-1106). Wiley and Sons: New York.

Annan, J., & Ryba, K. (2008). Innovation and practicality. An interview with Ken Ryba. Kairaranga, 9(1), 3-5Click here

Annan, J. (2005). Ecological practice: Illustrations from Educational Psychology in New Zealand. Kairaranga, 6(2), 10-18. Click here

Equitable education

Annan, J., & Mentis, M. (2013). Shifting perspectives to shape inclusive practices. In Centre of Excellence for Research in Inclusive Education, Inclusive Education: Perspectives on professional practice. Auckland: Dunmore Publishing.

Mentis, M., Annan, J., & Bowler, J. (2009). A matrix of perspectives as a tool for reflective practice in inclusive education The International Journal of Learning, 16 (19), 133-142.

Ryba, K. & Annan, J. (2005). Students with intellectual disabilities. in D. Fraser, M. Moltzen & K. Ryba, (Eds.), Learners with special needs in Aotearoa New Zealand (pp. 193-219).

Response to trauma and adversity

Annan, J., Dean, S., Henry, G., McGhie, D., & Phillipson, R. (2010). Culture and crisis response in New Zealand, Kairaranga, 11(2), 39-47. Click here

Jesson, R., Annan, J., Sneddon, P., & McNaughton, S. (2014). The educational challenge of poverty. In V. M. Carpenter, & S. Osborne (Eds.), Twelve Thousand Hours: Education and Poverty in Aotearoa New Zealand, pp , Palmerston North: Dunmore.