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    • The fallacy of availability 

      Jewell, Paul Damian (Korean Association for Thinking Development, 2001)
      I propose to identify and describe an example of fallacious reasoning which I call the Fallacy of Availability. References to such a fallacy do not appear in standard lists of fallacies. Once alerted to it, however, critical ...
    • Finding the rainbow: reflections upon recruiting openly gay men for qualitative research 

      Filiault, Shaun Michael; Drummond, Murray John (Common Ground Publishing, 2009)
      It has been suggested that greater attention needs be paid to the methods used when engaging in research with gay men, including enhanced focus on methods of recruitment. Pursuant to that argument, this manuscript reflects ...
    • Fit for Practice: the tale of two professions 

      Stupans, Ieva; McAllister, Sue Margery (Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australia Inc (HERDSA), 2015-07)
      In response to demands for health graduates, who are "fit for practice" the learning outcomes for health profession' University programs are now typically defined by professional competency frameworks. Students are deemed ...
    • Following the leader: the social character of learning in the Australian Army 

      Talbot, Steven; O'Toole, Kathleen Margaret (Paddy) (Common Ground Publishing, 2009)
      The complex environments in which modern soldiers operate require high functioning individuals who are able to adapt and apply their knowledge, skills and experience in a variety of contexts. In order to adapt to challenges ...
    • Girls’ diminishing wellbeing across the adolescent years 

      Skrzypiec, Grace; Askell-Williams, Helen (Routledge, 2018)
      The chapters in this book investigate promoting wellbeing and positive mental health from a range of perspectives. One such perspective is the influence of gender on positive mental health, and the potential for gender ...
    • Giving institutional voice to work-integrated learning in academic workloads 

      Jovanovic, Jessie; Fane, Jennifer; Andrew, Yarrow (International Journal of Work-Integrated Learning, 2018)
      Little is known about how university institutions are coping with increased placement demands in professional disciplines, and what this means for the quality and integrity of the Work-Integrated Learning (WIL) experiences ...
    • Going all the way : a life history account focusing on a teacher's engagement with studies of Asia. 

      Trevaskis, Doug (Shannon Research Press, 2006-03)
      What would prompt a primary school teacher in late career and from the Australian cultural mainstream to become interested in the societies and cultures of Asia and then to expand that interest into a personal and professional ...
    • Heterotopia and its role in the lived experiences of resettlement. 

      Rossetto, Marietta Sandra (Shannon Research Press, 2006-09)
      Place, as a metaphor, can be experienced in different ways, existing or created. If created, space can be Foucault's 'placeless place', a utopia. A place that exists, however, can be a heterotopic space. A heterotopia is ...
    • Higher wages vs more training: why the government is going the wrong way on childcare 

      Krieg, Susan (The Conversation Media Group Ltd, 2013-12-13)
    • How do you spell bird? Effective parent programs to enhance 4-6 year old children's literacy development 

      Hill, S; Krieg, Susan; Forster, J; Rose, S; Nechvoglod, L (2017-03-20)
      This research examined the effectiveness of parent programs designed for families to support the literacy learning of their 4-6 year old children. The project began with a literature review analysing six established, ...
    • How should activity guidelines for young people be operationalised? 

      Olds, Tim; Ridley, Kate; Wake, Melissa; Hesketh, Kylie; Waters, Elizabeth; Patton, George; Williams, Joanne (BioMed Central, 2007-05-21)
      If guidelines regarding recommended activity levels for young people are to be meaningful and comparable, it should be clear how they are operationalised. It is usually open to interpretation whether young people are ...
    • "I should have watched the live-stream": found graffiti within lecture theatres 

      Walker, Peter (Common Ground, 2013)
      This article thematically analyzes graffiti found in the lecture theatres of the Education, Humanities and Law Faculty at Flinders University, South Australia. Through close examination, it is concluded that lecture theatre ...
    • Identity and knowledge work in a university tutorial 

      Krieg, Susan (Routledge, 2010-06-18)
      In the contemporary university the large classes associated with many core units mean that tutorials are often taken by many part-time sessional who are typically employed on a casual basis, paid an hourly rate and not ...
    • The Including Studies of Asia in Curriculum professional development program : who's doing it and why? 

      Trevaskis, Doug (Shannon Research Press, 2004-08)
      This paper aims to provide a general overview of the cohort of teachers who undertook a major professional development program Including Studies of Asia in Curriculum in South Australia in 2000. As the program was the ...
    • The innovative nation begins in early childhood 

      Krieg, Susan (Australian College of Educators, 2016-02)
      The Turnbull Government's 'innovation agenda' can be viewed from many different perspectives. When viewing the innovation agenda from an early childhood perspective we ask the following questions: What role might Early ...
    • International education developments in Singapore. 

      Sanderson, Gavin (Shannon Research Press, 2002-07)
      This paper considers contemporary higher education in Singapore and its relationship to the larger international context. It shows that international education has been established as a result of fundamentally different ...
    • Investigating early childhood curriculum and pedagogy through a three-way collaboration 

      Jovanovic, Jessie; Krieg, Susan; Dolling, Chloe; Curtis, Rebecca; Tam, Emily; Norman, Amily (Australian Curriculum Studies Association Inc, 2013)
      This paper examines one aspect of the university curriculum: the Professional Experience or practicum. Professional Experience has always been a pivotal and valued aspect of Teacher Education courses. However, in the ...
    • KidsMatter Early Childhood Evaluation in Services with High Proportions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children 

      Slee, Phillip T; Skrzypiec, Grace; Dix, Katherine Louise; Murray-Harvey, Rosalind; Askell-Williams, Helen (Shannon Research Press, 2012-09)
      This is the report of an evaluation of the implementation of KidsMatter Early Childhood (KMEC) in early child care services with relatively higher proportions of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander children situated within ...
    • KidsMatter Early Childhood Evaluation Report 

      Slee, Phillip T; Murray-Harvey, Rosalind; Dix, Katherine Louise; Skrzypiec, Grace; Askell-Williams, Helen; Lawson, Mike Joseph; Krieg, Susan (Shannon Research Press, 2012-07)
      KidsMatter Early Childhood is the Australian national early childhood mental health promotion, prevention and early intervention initiative specifically developed for early childhood services. It was trialled in 111 long ...
    • KidsMatter for students with a disability: evaluation report 

      Dix, Katherine Louise; Shearer, Jo; Slee, Phillip T; Butcher, Christel (Ministerial Advisory Committee: Students with Disabilities, Office of the Minister for Education, South Australian Government, 2010)
      The KidsMatter Primary Mental Health Initiative is a whole of school framework that focuses on mental health care, the prevention of mental health problems and responding appropriately to mental health issue as they arise. ...