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2008Adults' motives for returning to study: the role of self-authoringScanlon, Lesley; Education and Social Work - ResearchAdults' motives for returning to study: the role of self-authoring, Studies in Continuing Education, vol.30,(1),2008,pp 17-32
2011‘Becoming’ a professionalScanlon, Lesley; Education and Social Work - Research‘Becoming’ a professional in "Becoming" a professional: an interdisciplinary analysis of professional learning, Springer, 2011, pp. 13-32
2009'Education Is So Meant to Be About Doing': Authenticity and Professional Learning in Teacher EducationScanlon, Lesley; Education and Social Work - Research'Education Is So Meant to Be About Doing': Authenticity and Professional Learning in Teacher Education, Proceedings of the IASK International Conference: Teaching and Learning 2009, vol.N/A, 2009, pp. 201-208
2006Graduate attributes and the transition to higher educationScanlon, Lesley; Education and Social Work - ResearchGraduate attributes and the transition to higher education in Graduate Attributes, Learning and Employability, Springer, 2006, pp. 125-148
2001Identifying supporters and distracters in the segmented world of the adult learnerScanlon, Lesley; Education and Social Work - ResearchIdentifying supporters and distracters in the segmented world of the adult learner, Studies in Continuing Education, vol.31,(1),2001,pp 29-43
2009Identifying supporters and distracters in the segmented world of the adult learnerScanlon, Lesley; Education and Social Work - ResearchIdentifying supporters and distracters in the segmented world of the adult learner, Studies in Continuing Education, vol.31, 1, 2009,pp 29-43
2008The impact of experience on student mentors' conceptualisations of mentoringScanlon, Lesley; Education and Social Work - ResearchThe impact of experience on student mentors' conceptualisations of mentoring, International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, vol.6, 2, 2008,pp 57-66
2014Improving professional learning and teaching through the development of a quality processLaing, Lesley; Rowley, Jennifer; Scanlon, Lesley; Smith, Lorraine; Treleaven, Lesley; Social Work & Policy Studies; Music Education Unit; Education and Social Work - Research; Pharmacy; Office L&T in Economics & BusinessImproving professional learning and teaching through the development of a quality process, Journal of Education and Training, vol.1, 1, 2014,pp 83-104
2011IntroductionScanlon, Lesley; Education and Social Work - ResearchIntroduction in "Becoming" a Professional: an Interdisciplinary Analysis of Professional Learning, Springer, 2011, pp. 1-11
2007"It's like...a confronting issue": Life changing narratives of young peopleRowling, Louise; Scanlon, Lesley; Weber, Zita; Education and Social Work - Research; Education and Social Work - Research; Social Work & Policy Studies"It's like...a confronting issue": Life changing narratives of young people, Qualitative Health Research, vol.17,(7),2007,pp 945-953
2009Metaphors and mentoring: constructing a mentor typology from the perspective of student mentorsScanlon, Lesley; Education and Social Work - ResearchMetaphors and mentoring: constructing a mentor typology from the perspective of student mentors, International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring, vol.7,(2),2009,pp 71-81
2005New directions in preparing professionals: examining issues in engaging students in communities of practice through a school-university partnershipScanlon, Lesley; Sperring, Anthony; Sutherland, Louise; Education and Social Work - Research; School Development & Learning; School Development & LearningNew directions in preparing professionals: examining issues in engaging students in communities of practice through a school-university partnership, Teaching and Teacher Education, vol.21,(N/A),2005,pp 79-92
2010Preparing Graduate Teachers: a Case Study of Undergraduate Pre-service Education and Teaching StandardsScanlon, Lesley; Education and Social Work - ResearchPreparing Graduate Teachers: a Case Study of Undergraduate Pre-service Education and Teaching Standards in The Policy Making and Theoretical Construction of Qualification Systems for Teachers, Beijing Normal University Publishing Group, 2010, pp. 279-291
2004She Just Blends And Just Comes Down To Our Level And Communicates With Us Like We'Re People': Students' Perceptions Of Quality Teaching And Teacher StandardsScanlon, Lesley; Education and Social Work - ResearchShe Just Blends And Just Comes Down To Our Level And Communicates With Us Like We'Re People': Students' Perceptions Of Quality Teaching And Teacher Standards, Change: Transformations in Education, vol.7,(1),2004,pp 93-108
2008'The theories make you pay more attention to how things happen': The impact of theory on the practice of pre-service teachers in their role as student mentorsScanlon, Lesley; Education and Social Work - Research'The theories make you pay more attention to how things happen': The impact of theory on the practice of pre-service teachers in their role as student mentors in Communities and change: selected papers, Sydney University Press, 2008, pp. 195-209
2005Transitions and Loss: Illuminating Parameters of Young Adults' Mental HealthRowling, Louise; Scanlon, Lesley; Weber, Zita; Education and Social Work - Research; Education and Social Work - Research; Social Work & Policy StudiesTransitions and Loss: Illuminating Parameters of Young Adults' Mental Health, Australian Journal of Guidance and Counselling, vol.15,(2),2005,pp 168-181
2006"What I do is who I am": Knowledge, skills and teachers' professional identitiesO'Connor, Kate; Scanlon, Lesley; Research Division; Education and Social Work - Research"What I do is who I am": Knowledge, skills and teachers' professional identities, AARE Conference - 2005 Papers by Papercode, vol.1,(),2006,pp Paper No: OCO05056-N/A
2011White coats, handmaidens and warrior chiefs: the role of filmic representations in becoming a professionalScanlon, Lesley; Education and Social Work - ResearchWhite coats, handmaidens and warrior chiefs: the role of filmic representations in becoming a professional in "Becoming" a Professional: an Interdisciplinary Analysis of Professional Learning, Springer, 2011, pp. 109-127
2012‘Why didn’t they ask me?’: Student perspectives on a school improvement initiativeScanlon, Lesley; Education and Social Work - Research‘Why didn’t they ask me?’: Student perspectives on a school improvement initiative, Improving Schools, vol.15, 3, 2012,pp 185-197
2007'You don't have like an identity... you are just lost in a crowd': Forming a Student Identity in the First-year Transition to UniversityRowling, Louise; Scanlon, Lesley; Weber, Zita; Education and Social Work - Research; Education and Social Work - Research; Social Work & Policy Studies'You don't have like an identity... you are just lost in a crowd': Forming a Student Identity in the First-year Transition to University, Journal of Youth Studies, vol.10,(2),2007,pp 223-241