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Papers and Book Chapters


  1. Bay, J. L., Vickers, M. H., Mora, H. A., Sloboda, D. M., & Morton, S. M. (2017). Adolescents as agents of healthful change through scientific literacy development: A school-university partnership program in New Zealand. International Journal of STEM Education, 4(1), 15. 10.1186/s40594-017-0077-0
  2. Bay JL, Hipkins R, Siddiqi K, Huque R, Dixon R, Shirley D, Tairea K, Yaqona D, Mason-Jones A, Vickers MH. (2017) School-based primary NCD risk reduction: education and public health perspectives. Health Promotion International 2017; 32(2): 369-79
  3. Bay JL, Fehoko F, La’akulu M, Leota O, Pulotu L, Tu’ipulotu S, Tutoe S, Tovo O, Veikoso A, Pouvalu EH. (2016) Questioning in Tongan science classrooms: a pilot study to identify current practice, barriers and facilitators. Asia-Pacific Forum on Science Learning and Teaching 17(2): Article 10
  4. Bay JL, Vickers MH. (2016) Adolescent education: an opportunity to create a Developmental Origins of Health and Disease (DOHaD) circuit breaker. Journal of the Developmental Origins of Health and Disease 7(5): 501-4
  5. Bay JL, Morton SM, Vickers MH. (2016) Realizing the potential of adolescence to prevent transgenerational conditioning of noncommunicable disease risk: multi-sectoral design frameworks. Healthcare 4(3): 39
  6. Fogg-Rogers L, Bay JL, Burgess H, Purdy SC. (2015) “Knowledge Is Power”. A mixed-methods study exploring adult audience preferences for engagement and learning formats over 3 years of a health science festival. Science Communication 37(4): 420-451
  7. Bay JL, Spiroski AM, Fogg-Rogers L, McCann CM, Faull RL, & Barber PA. (2015) Stroke awareness and knowledge in an urban New Zealand population. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases 24(6): 1153-1162
  8. Bay JL. (2013) Scientific literacy: the opportunity for leadership sits with science teachers – we need to talk about it. New Zealand Science Teacher 132 (1): 50-53
  9. Bay JL, Mora HA, Sloboda DM, Morton SM, Vickers MH, Gluckman PD. (2012) Adolescent understanding of DOHaD concepts: a school-based intervention to support knowledge translation and behaviour change. Journal of Developmental Origins of Health and Disease 3(6): 469-482
  10. Bay JL, Vickers MH, Sloboda DM, Mora HA. (2012) Multi-dimensional connections: the Liggins Education Network for Science. Developing Partnerships to Enhance Science Education. In: France B, Compton V, Editors. Bringing communities together: Connecting learners with scientists or technologists. Sense Publishers: Rotterdam, 161-174
  11. France B, Mora HA, Bay JL. (2012) Changing perspectives: exploring a pedagogy to examine other perspectives about stem cell research. International Journal of Science Education 34(5): 803-824
  12. Grace M, Bay JL. (2011) Developing a pedagogy to support science for health literacy. Asia-Pacific Forum on Science Learning and Teaching 12(2): Forward
  13. Bay J, Rice K, Burrell T. (2011) Nurturing the seed for lifelong learning. NZ Science Teacher 128: 42-43
  14. Gluckman P, Low F, Bay J. (2011) The value of evidence-based life skills education. In: Improving the Transition: reducing social and psychological morbidity during adolescence. A report from the Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor. Auckland: Office of the Prime Minister’s Science Advisory Committee, 2011; link to this report
  15. Bay JL, Meylan R, Leaman J, Gibbs, S, Beedle A. (2010) Engaging Young New Zealanders with Science: Priorities for Action in School Science Education. In: Looking Ahead: Science Education for the Twenty-First Century. A report from the Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor. Auckland: Office of the Prime Minister’s Science Advisory Committee, 2010; link to this report
  16. France B, Bay JL. (2010) Questions Students Ask: Bridging the gap between scientists and students in a research institute classroom. International Journal of Science Education 32(2): 173-94; link to this article
  17. Bay JL. (2009) Evolution of secondary school biology education in New Zealand: Impact of changes in biological science from 1878 to 2008. New Zealand Science Review 66(3), 118-122; link to this article
  18. Bay JL. (2009) Biology education: looking back as we move forward. New Zealand Science Teacher 120: 43
  19. Bay JL, Stone M. (2008) The place of human biology in the senior biology curriculum. New Zealand Science Teacher 118: 41-42
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Publications - Intervention Tools


  1. Herman H, Tairea K, Bay J. (2017) My Health Profile; Tongan Edition. Auckland: Liggins Institute, The University of Auckland
  2. Barrett-Watson C, Bay J. (2017) Two Hundred Years of Lifestyle Change on Rarotonga: Tauianga o te Oraanga i Rarotonga Nei Roto i Tetai Rua Anere Mataiti. Read Pacific Publishing: Auckland
  3. Herman H, Tairea K, Bay J. (2016) My Health Profile; Cook Islands Edition. Auckland: Liggins Institute, The University of Auckland
  4. Bay JL, Mora H, Sloboda DM, Vickers M. (2016) Children Programmed for Obesity; Cook Islands Edition. Read Pacific Publishing: Auckland
  5. Bay JL, Yaqona D. (2016) Me, Myself, My Environment: Me’akai; Student Book, Tongan Edition. Read Pacific Publishing: Auckland
  6. Bay JL, Mora H. (2016) Te Maki Toto Vene (T2): E Manamanata no Toku Iti Tangata (Exploring Type 2 Diabetes: A Socio-Scientific Issue for My Community; Teacher Resource, Cook Islands Edition). Read Pacific Publishing: Auckland
  7. Bay JL, Yaqona D. (2015) Me, Myself, My Environment: Kai no te Oraanga Meitaki; Student Book, Cook Islands Edition. Read Pacific Publishing: Auckland
  8. Bay JL. (2015) My First 1000 Days. Read Pacific Publishing: Auckland
  9. Bay JL, Mora HA. (2013) Type 2 Diabetes: An Issue for My Community, Exploration of a socio-scientific issue.  Auckland: Liggins Institute, The University of Auckland
  10. Bay JL, Mora HA, Translated by Pohatu H. (2013) Ko Au, Ko Au Anō, Ko Tōku Taiao: Te Kai,Te Marautanga o Aotearoa Kōeke 4 Kaiako Kōpaki Rauemi. Te Wānanga Rangahau o Liggins, Te Whare Wānanga o Tāmaki Makaurau.
  11. Bay JL, Mora HA. (2010) Me, Myself, My Environment: Nutrition. New Zealand Curriculum Level 4. Auckland: Liggins Institute, University of Auckland. 2010
  12. Bay JL, Mora HA. (2010) Me, Myself, My Environment: Nutrition. New Zealand Curriculum Level 4 Teacher Resource. Auckland: Liggins Institute, The University of Auckland. 2010
  13. Bay JL, Mora HA (2010) LENScience Bio-Med Summer ’10 Student Handbook. Auckland: Liggins Institute, The University of Auckland. 2010
  14. Bay JL, Mora HA. (2009) Me, Myself, My Environment: Growing Up. New Zealand Curriculum Level 5 Teacher Resource. Auckland: Liggins Institute, The University of Auckland. 2009
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Reports


 

  1. Bay JL, MacIntyre B. (2013) Pacific Science for health Literacy Pre-Feasibility study report. Report prepared for the NZ Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, The Liggins Institute, 2013.
  2. Bay JL, Dewan C, Cole K, Pamaka S, Wagner B, Mora H. (2012) Effective School-Science Partnerships: The LENScience Story. Facilitating scientific literacy development in New Zealand schools. Auckland: Liggins Institute, The University of Auckland. 2012
  3. Bay JL. (2012) Liggins Education Network for Science: School-Science-Community Partnerships Engaging Māori and Pacific Learners in Science. Report prepared for Te Puni Kōkiri, The Liggins Institute, University of Auckland, 2012
  4. Bay JL, Mora HA. (2012) Student Perceptions of the LENScience LEOTC Classroom Day Programmes 2011, A report from the Liggins Education Network for Science, University of Auckland, 2012
  5. Bay JL, Gibbs S, Bulmer R. (2011) Evaluating measures of estimating ethnicity spread in LENScience Māori and Pasifika project participants. A report from the Liggins Education Network for Science, University of Auckland, 2011
  6. Bay JL. (2009) Scientists in High School Classrooms via Interactive Television: Pilot Research Report. A report from the Liggins Education Network for Science, University of Auckland, 2009
     
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