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2011Capturing and analysing the processes and patterns of learning in collaborative learning environmentsKennedy-Clark, Shannon; Markauskaite, Lina; Southavilay, Vilaythong; Thompson, Katherine; Sydney School of Education and Social Work Administration; School of Education and Social Work Research Operations; Information Technologies; EducationCapturing and analysing the processes and patterns of learning in collaborative learning environments, Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning 2011 Conference Proceedings Volume 2, vol.2, 2011, pp. 596-600
2012Conceptualizing social inclusion within teacher educationEvans, David; Little, Cathy; Sydney School of Education and Social Work Administration; Office of Professional LearningConceptualizing social inclusion within teacher education in Future Directions for Inclusive Teacher Education: An International Perspective, Routledge, 2012, pp. 139-148
2007Developing mathematical proficiency in the Australian context: Implications for students with learning difficultiesEvans, David; Sydney School of Education and Social Work AdministrationDeveloping mathematical proficiency in the Australian context: Implications for students with learning difficulties, Journal of Learning Disabilities, vol.40, 5, 2007,pp 420-426
2006The effects of drugs, ions, and poly-l-lysine on the exretory system of Schistosoma mansoniThornhill, Jennifer; Todd, Matthew; Coelho, P M Z; Kusel, J R; Lima, S F; Mattos, A C A; Oliveira, F A; Reis, K T; Ribeiro, F; Ronketti, Fiona; Sydney School of Education and Social Work Administration; ChemistryThe effects of drugs, ions, and poly-l-lysine on the exretory system of Schistosoma mansoni, Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro. Memorias, vol.101, 1, 2006,pp 293-298
2017Examining the literacy within numeracy to provide access to the curriculum for allEvans, David; Sydney School of Education and Social Work AdministrationExamining the literacy within numeracy to provide access to the curriculum for all in Inclusive principles and practices in literacy education, Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, 2017, pp. 35-51
2011Examining the tensions of professional practice: Preparing quality special educatorsEvans, David; Hoskin, Catherine; Little, Cathy; Spandagou, Ilektra; Sydney School of Education and Social Work Administration; School of Education and Social Work Research Operations; Office of Professional Learning; EducationExamining the tensions of professional practice: Preparing quality special educators, 2011 AASE National Conference Proceedings, vol.N/A, 2011, pp. 1-17
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
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
2017Frequency, Aetiology, and Outcome of Small Cerebellar InfarctionAnderson, Craig; Welgampola, Miriam; Calic, Zeljka; Cappelen-Smith, Cecilia; Cordato, Dennis; Cuganesan, Ramesh; Sydney School of Education and Social Work Administration; Central Clinical School: MedicineFrequency, Aetiology, and Outcome of Small Cerebellar Infarction, Cerebrovascular Diseases Extra, vol.7, 3, 2017,pp 173-180
2015Imaginative children's literature, educational drama and creative writingEwing, Robyn; Manuel, Jacqueline; Mortimer, Amy; Education; Education; Sydney School of Education and Social Work AdministrationImaginative children's literature, educational drama and creative writing in Teaching Writing in Today's Classrooms: Looking Back to Look Forward, Australian Literacy Educators' Association, 2015, pp. 107-122
2016The importance of oracy for EAL/D learners before, during and after writing tasksHertzberg, Margery; Sydney School of Education and Social Work AdministrationThe importance of oracy for EAL/D learners before, during and after writing tasks in Teaching writing and representing in the primary school years, Pearson Australia, 2016, pp. 140-159
2017Internationalisation and identity: Identity construction through Australian University student mobility programBottrell, Dorothy; Arden, Mila; Manathunga, Catherine; Sydney School of Education and Social Work AdministrationInternationalisation and identity: Identity construction through Australian University student mobility program in Student Culture and Identity in Higher Education, IGI Global, 2017, pp. 1-17
2016Leadership for international mindednessKidson, Paul; Sydney School of Education and Social Work AdministrationLeadership for international mindedness, ACE 2016 National Conference Proceedings, vol.N/A, 2016, pp. 56-62
2013Literacies in challenging contextsCallow, Jonathan; Zammit, Katina; Sydney School of Education and Social Work AdministrationLiteracies in challenging contexts in Exemplary Teachers of Students in Poverty, Routledge, 2013, pp. 109-122
2017Making sense of not making sense: Novice English language teacher talkStevenson, Marie; Stanley, Phiona; Sydney School of Education and Social Work AdministrationMaking sense of not making sense: Novice English language teacher talk, Linguistics and Education, vol.38, N/A, 2017,pp 1-10
2017Mobile Literacies: Moving from the Word to the WorldSimpson, Alyson; Walsh, Maureen; Education; Sydney School of Education and Social Work AdministrationMobile Literacies: Moving from the Word to the World in The Case of the iPad: Mobile Literacies in Education, Springer, 2017, pp. 257-265
2017Multiliteracies, multimodality, new literacies and What do these mean for literacy education?Walsh, Maureen; Sydney School of Education and Social Work AdministrationMultiliteracies, multimodality, new literacies and What do these mean for literacy education? in Inclusive principles and practices in literacy education, Emerald Group Publishing Ltd, 2017, pp. 19-33
2017Multimodal layering: Students learning with iPads in primary school classroomsSimpson, Alyson; Walsh, Maureen; Education; Sydney School of Education and Social Work AdministrationMultimodal layering: Students learning with iPads in primary school classrooms in The Case of the iPad: Mobile Literacies in Education, Springer, 2017, pp. 67-85
2017"Nobody Spoke Like I Did": Picture Books, Critical Literacy, and Global ContextsCallow, Jonathan; Sydney School of Education and Social Work Administration"Nobody Spoke Like I Did": Picture Books, Critical Literacy, and Global Contexts, The Reading Teacher, vol.71, 2, 2017,pp 231-237