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Latest publications:
New Students and Enabling Pedagogies: Supporting Students from Diverse Backgrounds through a University Enabling Program

A case study of effective enabling pedagogies for new students, as delivered in an Australian enabling program, which provides access and supported transition to university for students from equity groups.

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Published online: March 14, 2014

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Collaborative Learning Pathways: Supporting Students Where They Are in the PreVET Project

This presentation describes a project that attempts to address the challenges of providing quality educational resources to remotely placed Indigenous students.

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Bias and the Learning Environment: Making the Invisible Visible

This paper outlines a model of addressing conscious and unconscious bias within the learning environment to leverage diversity in a globalised society.

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When Elephants Fight, the Grass Gets Trampled: Internal Displacement of Women and Its Educational Implications

This study described the experiences of internally displaced women in Nigeria, using heuristic and phenomenological inquiry as guiding theoretical frameworks.

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The Exodus of Black Principals From Urban to Suburban Schools

The paucity of Black administrators in America’s urban schools is surreal. This manuscript describes this phenomenon’s impact on Black academically marginalized students and offers ameliorative strategies.

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Social Working Diversity: Empowering Disadvantaged and Marginalized School Children via the Village Sanctuary Model

This presentation introduces a framework for managing key risk factors that are not often addressed in disadvantaged, minority school districts when operating budgets are cut.

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Exploring Cultural Diversity through the Lens of the Practice of Gratitude in Education

This paper explores the conscious practice of gratitude to more fully recognise what we receive from others, and to give back in ways that speak to and celebrate difference.

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Published online: February 4, 2014

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The Role of Habitus in Watchtower Pedagogies for Transformation

Bourdieu's notion of the habitus is a useful conceptual tool for exploring effective Transformative Learning strategies which lead to dramatic paradigm shifts in thinking and subjectivity.

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Published online: February 4, 2014

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Australian Curriculum in Action: A Synthesis of the Possible Impacts of the National Australian Curriculum

As part of the global community, Australia needs a strong and educated workforce that is skilled, innovative and creative, and that is able to adapt to demands of economic rationalism.

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Published online: February 4, 2014

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Every Blooming Thing: The Growth of Preschool Education

Until mid-last century, preschool education drew little attention in most countries. Various stakeholders now consider preschool education as one way of closing the gap early on disadvantage and inequity.

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Published online: February 4, 2014

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