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Annual Report 2015 (PDF 8.3MB)

The International Graduate Centre of Education produce a number of research and corporate publications each year.

Some of these include:

  • annual reports
  • newsletters
  • journal articles
  • book chapters.

Below you can access a database of our publications, with the most recent appearing at the top of the list.

To find something specific, filter by type or search by year or keywords.

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Strangeways, A. (2016). The people of the school: Problematising remote teacher educator identity, reflexivity and place. Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts [Special Issue: New Connections In Education Research], 20, 70-81

Journal article 2016

Smith, S.E. (2016). Book Review: Leading and Managing Indigenous Education in the Postcolonial World. Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts [Special Issue: New Connections In Education Research], 20, 94-95

Journal article 2016

Education on the move
Volume 5 Issue 1 (August 2015)

Newsletter 2015 PDF icon Education on the move Vol 5 Issue 1 (PDF 2.45MB)

Bow, C., Christie, M., & Devlin, B. (2015). Shoehorning complex metadata in the Living Archive of Aboriginal Languages. In A. Harris, N. Thieberger & L. Barwick (Eds.), Research, Records and Responsibility: Ten Years of PARADISEC (pp. 115-132). Sydney: Sydney University Press.


Book chapter 2015

Budd, Y., Kell, M., & Humphry, N. (2015). Graduate outcomes: A generative curriculum model for international students. Proceedings of the 38th HERDSA Annual International Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 21-30.

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Christie, M., Devlin, B., & Bow, C. (2015). Finding common ground in a digital archive of Aboriginal languages. In H. Huijser, R. Ober, S. O'Sullivan, E. McRae-Williams & R. Elvin (Eds.), Finding common ground: Narratives, provocations and reflections from the 40 year celebration of Batchelor Institute (pp. 80-84). Batchelor, NT: Batchelor Press.

Book chapter 2015

Devlin, B., Bow, C., Purdon, A., & Klesch, M. (2015). Digital Technologies and language resources - finding common ground. In H. Huijser, R. Ober, S. O'Sullivan, E. McRae-Williams & R. Elvin (Eds.), Finding common ground:  Narratives, provocations and reflections from the 40 year celebration of Batchelor Institute (pp. 85-89). Batchelor, NT: Batchelor Press.

Book chapter 2015

Disney, L., Geng, G., & Barnes, A. (2015). Early childhood educators’ attitudes towards use of educational media in young children’s learning in Australia. Proceedings of the ICCE2015 International Conference on Computers in Education, Hangzhou China, 673-677.

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Edmonds-Wathen, C. (2015). Indigenous language speaking students learning mathematics in English: Expectations of and for teachers. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 44(1), 48-58. doi: 10.1017/jie.2015.9

Journal article 2015

Funk, J., & Mason, J. (2015). Open educational practices and 21CC: Positioning their significance. Proceedings of the ICCE2015 International Conference on Computers in Education, Hangzhou China, 287-292.

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