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2010Access to majority language and educational outcomes: South Asian background students in postcolonial Hong KongCruickshank, Kenneth; Tsung, Linda; Zhang, Qunying; Education Faculty Admin; Chinese StudiesAccess to majority language and educational outcomes: South Asian background students in postcolonial Hong Kong, Diaspora, Indigenous, and Minority Education, vol.4, 1,pp 17-32
2015Community languages schools: the importance of context in understanding hybrid identitiesCruickshank, Kenneth; Education Faculty AdminCommunity languages schools: the importance of context in understanding hybrid identities in Language and Identity Across Modes of Communication, Mouton de Gruyter, 2015, pp. 83-105
2012Constructions of Language and Learner Identity in the Classroom: Confessions of a FailureCruickshank, Kenneth; Education Faculty AdminConstructions of Language and Learner Identity in the Classroom: Confessions of a Failure, Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, vol.35, 2, 2012,pp 170-182
2011Emerging Trends and Issues in Teaching and Learning ChineseCruickshank, Kenneth; Tsung, Linda (Tie Hua); Education Faculty Admin; Chinese StudiesEmerging Trends and Issues in Teaching and Learning Chinese in Teaching and Learning Chinese in Global Contexts: Multimodality and Literacy in the New Media Age, Continuum International Publishing Group, 2011, pp. 1-10
2016Exploring language choice and identity construction in 'in-between' sites: Ethnic media and community languages schools in AustraliaCruickshank, Kenneth; Rubino, Antonia; Sydney School of Education and Social Work Administration; Italian StudiesExploring language choice and identity construction in 'in-between' sites: Ethnic media and community languages schools in Australia, Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, vol.39, 3, 2016,pp 255-271
2014Exploring the -lingual Between Bi and Mono: Young People and Their Languages in an Australian ContextCruickshank, Kenneth; Education Faculty AdminExploring the -lingual Between Bi and Mono: Young People and Their Languages in an Australian Context in The Multilingual Turn in Languages Education: Opportunities and Challenges, Multilingual Matters, 2014, pp. 41-63
2015A framework for inclusion: Plurilingual teachers in day and community schoolsCruickshank, Kenneth; Education Faculty AdminA framework for inclusion: Plurilingual teachers in day and community schools, Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, vol.38, 3, 2015,pp 155-171
2015A framework for inclusion: Plurilingual teachers in day and community schoolsCruickshank, Kenneth; Sydney School of Education and Social Work AdministrationA framework for inclusion: Plurilingual teachers in day and community schools, Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, vol.38, 3, 2015,pp 155-171
2015A framework for inclusion: Plurilingual teachers in day and community schoolsCruickshank, Kenneth; Sydney School of Education and Social Work AdministrationA framework for inclusion: Plurilingual teachers in day and community schools, Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, vol.38, 3, 2015,pp 155-171
2015Identity and mode as a frame for understanding social meaningsCruickshank, Kenneth; Djenar, Dwi Noverini; Mahboob, Ahmar; Education Faculty Admin; Indonesian Studies; LinguisticsIdentity and mode as a frame for understanding social meanings in Language and Identity Across Modes of Communication, Mouton de Gruyter, 2015, pp. 1-13
2012Increasing international and domestic student interaction through group work: a case study from the humanitiesCruickshank, Kenneth; Chen, Honglin; Warren, Stan; Education Faculty AdminIncreasing international and domestic student interaction through group work: a case study from the humanities, Higher Education Research and Development, vol.31, 6, 2012,pp 797-810
2013Local and global – conflicting perspectives? The place of overseas practicum in preservice teacher educationCruickshank, Kenneth; Westbrook, Ros; Education Faculty AdminLocal and global – conflicting perspectives? The place of overseas practicum in preservice teacher education, Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, vol.41, 1, 2013,pp 55-68
2003Meeting English language needs in teacher education: a flexible support model for non-English speaking background studentsCruickshank, Kenneth; Newell, Sandra; Cole, Stephanie; Education Faculty Admin; Education and Social Work - ResearchMeeting English language needs in teacher education: a flexible support model for non-English speaking background students, Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, vol.31,(3),2003,pp 239-247
2011Minority Education for Exclusion or Access: Teaching Chinese as a Second Language in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous RegionCruickshank, Kenneth; Tsung, Linda (Tie Hua); Education Faculty Admin; Chinese StudiesMinority Education for Exclusion or Access: Teaching Chinese as a Second Language in Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in Teaching and Learning Chinese in Global Contexts: Multimodality and Literacy in the New Media Age, Continuum International Publishing Group, 2011, pp. 97-115
2011South Asian Students' Educational Experience and Attainment: Learning Chinese as a Second/Additional Language in Hong KongCruickshank, Kenneth; Tsung, Linda (Tie Hua); Ki, Wing-Wah; Shum, Mark Shiu-Kee; Zhang, Qunying; Education Faculty Admin; Chinese StudiesSouth Asian Students' Educational Experience and Attainment: Learning Chinese as a Second/Additional Language in Hong Kong in Teaching and Learning Chinese in Global Contexts: Multimodality and Literacy in the New Media Age, Continuum, 2011, pp. 63-80
2016A tale of two cities: What the dickens happened to languages in NSW?Cruickshank, Kenneth; Wright, Jan; Sydney School of Education and Social Work AdministrationA tale of two cities: What the dickens happened to languages in NSW?, Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, vol.39, 1, 2016,pp 72-94
2011Teaching and Learning Chinese: A Research AgendaCruickshank, Kenneth; Tsung, Linda (Tie Hua); Sydney School of Education and Social Work Administration; Chinese StudiesTeaching and Learning Chinese: A Research Agenda in Teaching and Learning Chinese in Global Contexts: Multimodality and Literacy in the New Media Age, Continuum, 2011, pp. 213-224
2011Teaching and Learning Chinese: A Research AgendaCruickshank, Kenneth; Tsung, Linda (Tie Hua); Education Faculty Admin; Chinese StudiesTeaching and Learning Chinese: A Research Agenda in Teaching and Learning Chinese in Global Contexts: Multimodality and Literacy in the New Media Age, Continuum International Publishing Group, 2011, pp. 213-224