390107. Humanities and social sciences curriculum and pedagogy (excl. economics, business and management)


Title390107. Humanities and social sciences curriculum and pedagogy (excl. economics, business and management)
Parent3901. Curriculum and pedagogy

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Unveiling graduate readiness to respond to domestic and family violence in Australian social work programmes
Schaffer, Krystal L., Martin, Neil I., Lawrence, Jill E. and Bryce, India R.. 2024. "Unveiling graduate readiness to respond to domestic and family violence in Australian social work programmes." The British Journal of Social Work. https://doi.org/10.1093/bjsw/bcae021

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Post-Pandemic Solidarity Through Social Justice Pedagogy in America and Beyond: An AsianCrit Autoethnographic Account of Race, Justice, and Education
Teo, Aaron. 2023. "Post-Pandemic Solidarity Through Social Justice Pedagogy in America and Beyond: An AsianCrit Autoethnographic Account of Race, Justice, and Education." Mealy, Todd M. and Bennett, Heather (ed.) Equity in the classroom: Essays on curricular and pedagogical approaches to empowering all students. McFarland & Company, Inc.. pp. 131-144

Edited book (chapter)

A Tumultuous Tale of Socially Just Teaching: A Migrant Asian Australian Teacher’s Critical Autoethnographic Account of Guiding White Bodies Through an Asian Ethnoburb
Teo, Aaron. 2023. "A Tumultuous Tale of Socially Just Teaching: A Migrant Asian Australian Teacher’s Critical Autoethnographic Account of Guiding White Bodies Through an Asian Ethnoburb." Vesperman, Dean P., Aydinian-Perry, Anne, Missias, Matthew T. and Blankenship, Whitney G. (ed.) Out of Turmoil: Catalysts for Re-Learning, Re-Teaching, and Re-Imagining History and Social Sciences. United States. Information Age Publishing. pp. 129-142

Edited book (chapter)

DRAWing masculinity: An autoethnographic exploration of be(com)ing a man
Teo, Aaron. 2023. "DRAWing masculinity: An autoethnographic exploration of be(com)ing a man." Mackinlay, Elizabeth and Madden, Karen (ed.) Departing Radically in Academic Writing: Alternative Approaches to Writing and Methods in Qualitative Research. United Kingdom. Routledge. pp. 125-136

Edited book (chapter)

The very marrow of the national idea: Frontier wars and the Australian curriculum
Bedford, Alison, Kerby, Martin, Baguley, Margaret and Maddock, Daniel. 2023. "The very marrow of the national idea: Frontier wars and the Australian curriculum." Historical Encounters. 10 (2), pp. 22-37. https://doi.org/10.52289/hej10.203

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The ABC of history education: a comparison of Australian, British and Canadian approaches to teaching national and First Nations histories
Bedford, Alison. 2023. "The ABC of history education: a comparison of Australian, British and Canadian approaches to teaching national and First Nations histories." History of Education Review. https://doi.org/10.1108/HER-06-2022-0024

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Inquiry-based learning as an adaptive signature pedagogy in international relations
Carniel, Jessica, Emmerson, Mark and Gehrmann, Richard. 2023. "Inquiry-based learning as an adaptive signature pedagogy in international relations." International Studies Perspectives. https://doi.org/10.1093/isp/ekad015

Article

Critical and collaborative problem-solving: An action research project on the development of cognition-centred inquiry for Year 11 senior history
Bedford, Alison. 2023. "Critical and collaborative problem-solving: An action research project on the development of cognition-centred inquiry for Year 11 senior history." Impact. (18).

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Working toward a place-based online pedagogy
Maxwell, Jacinta, Burke, Katie and Salton, Yvonne. 2023. "Working toward a place-based online pedagogy." Journal of Geography in Higher Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/03098265.2023.2198199

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Poems and pedagogic frailty: uncovering the affective within teacher development through collective biography
Kinchin, Ian, Balloo, Kieran, Barnett, Laura, Gravett, Karen, Heron, Marion, Hosein, Anesa, Lygo-Baker, Simon, Medland, Emma, Winstone, Naomi and Yakovchuk, Nadya. 2023. "Poems and pedagogic frailty: uncovering the affective within teacher development through collective biography." Arts and Humanities in Higher Education: an international journal of theory, research and practice. 22 (3), pp. 305-321. https://doi.org/10.1177/14740222221147483

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Traumatisation, Critical Reflection, and Painful Pedagogy: Students’ Reflexive Engagement with Difficult Content
Gildersleeve, Jessica, Cantrell, Kate and Bryce, India. 2022. "Traumatisation, Critical Reflection, and Painful Pedagogy: Students’ Reflexive Engagement with Difficult Content." Transformative Teaching: Focus on Pedagogy 2022 AMPS. Florida State University, University of Dundee, Zayed University 15 - 17 Nov 2022

Presentation

The location of Cultural Studies: a contextually contingent account of Cultural Studies’ praxis
Hickey, Andrew and Johnson, Laurie. 2022. "The location of Cultural Studies: a contextually contingent account of Cultural Studies’ praxis." Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies. https://doi.org/10.1080/10304312.2022.2071838

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Critical and Collaborative Problem-solving: An Action Research Project on the Development of Cognition-Centred Inquiry for Year 11 and 12 Senior History
Bedford, Alison. 2022. "Critical and Collaborative Problem-solving: An Action Research Project on the Development of Cognition-Centred Inquiry for Year 11 and 12 Senior History." Global Forum on Girls Education III (ISCGS 2022). Boston, United States 27 - 30 Jun 2022 United States.

Presentation

Teaching Secondary History
Sharp, Heather, Dallimore, Jonathon, Bedford, Alison, Kerby, Martin, Goulding, James, Heath, Treesa, Von Guttner, Darius and Zarmati, Louise. 2022. Teaching Secondary History. United Kingdom. Cambridge University Press.

Textbook

Cambridge Humanities and Social Sciences for Queensland Year 10
Bedford, Alison, Kann, Emma, Holland, Nina, Prouten, Jessica and Sill, Emily. 2022. Cambridge Humanities and Social Sciences for Queensland Year 10. Port Melbourne, Victoria. Cambridge University Press.

Textbook

Socrates’ Heir: Having Student-Led Conversations with the Harkness Method
Kann, Emma and Bedford, Alison. 2019. "Socrates’ Heir: Having Student-Led Conversations with the Harkness Method." 2019 QHTA State History Conference: What Matters?. Brisbane, Australia 29 Jun 2019 Australia.

Presentation

Designing a Responsive Classroom
Bedford, Alison and Kann, Emma. 2020. "Designing a Responsive Classroom." 2020 QHTA State E-Conference: History: Where Next?. Virtual Conference 27 Jun 2020 Australia.

Presentation

Socrates’ Heir: Having Student-Led Conversations with the Harkness Method - All She Can Be
Bedford, Alison and Kann, Emma. 2019. "Socrates’ Heir: Having Student-Led Conversations with the Harkness Method - All She Can Be." HTANSW 2019 Teaching History Symposium. Sydney, Australia 09 - 10 Apr 2019 Australia.

Paper

Preparing for the external exam and the impact of results on university entrance
Bedford, Alison and Gloudemans, Tonia. 2020. "Preparing for the external exam and the impact of results on university entrance." 'Tomorrow is Now' Humanities Lecture Series. Toowoomba, Australia 31 Aug 2020 Toowoomba, Australia.

Presentation

The truth: what our students really learn about Anzac Day [Blog post]
Bedford, Alison and Barnes, Naomi. 2022. "The truth: what our students really learn about Anzac Day [Blog post]." EduResearch Matters: A Voice for Australian Education Researchers. 19 April 2022.

Article

Pedagogy in and through paradox: A migrant ‘Asian’ Australian teacher’s excursion with white students through Sunnybank’s Market Square
Teo, Aaron. 2022. "Pedagogy in and through paradox: A migrant ‘Asian’ Australian teacher’s excursion with white students through Sunnybank’s Market Square." 2022 International Symposium on Autoethnography and Narrative (2022 ISAN). 03 - 05 Jan 2022

Paper

Critical and Collaborative Problem-solving: An Action Research Project on the Development of Cognition-Centred Inquiry for Year 11 Senior History
Bedford, Alison. 2022. Critical and Collaborative Problem-solving: An Action Research Project on the Development of Cognition-Centred Inquiry for Year 11 Senior History. Global Action Research Collaborative on Girls’ Education (GARC).

Report

Planning for student learning and assessment
Bedford, Alison and Kerby, Martin. 2022. "Planning for student learning and assessment." Teaching Secondary History. Cambridge, United Kingdom. Cambridge University Press. pp. 124-151

Edited book (chapter)

Teaching and learning: history as inquiry
Bedford, Alison and Kerby, Martin. 2022. "Teaching and learning: history as inquiry." Teaching Secondary History. Cambridge, United Kingdom. Cambridge University Press. pp. 100-123

Edited book (chapter)

A Possession Forever: A Guide to Using Commemorative Memorials and Monuments in the Classroom
Kerby, Martin, Baguley, Margaret, Gehrmann, Richard and Bedford, Alison. Rowling, Samara and Andersen, Nikki (ed.) 2021. A Possession Forever: A Guide to Using Commemorative Memorials and Monuments in the Classroom. Australia. University of Southern Queensland.

Textbook

Teaching As Truth-telling: A Demythologising Pedagogy for the Australian Frontier Wars
Bedford, Alison and Wall, Vince. 2020. "Teaching As Truth-telling: A Demythologising Pedagogy for the Australian Frontier Wars." Agora. 55 (1), pp. 47-55.

Article

Cambridge Checkpoints QCE Study Guide Modern History Units 1–4
Bedford, Alison, Martens, C. and Slavin, R.. 2019. Cambridge Checkpoints QCE Study Guide Modern History Units 1–4. Port Melbourne, Australia. Cambridge University Press.

Textbook

Conversations for synthesis: Using the Harkness method in student-led historical inquiry
Bedford, Alison. 2020. "Conversations for synthesis: Using the Harkness method in student-led historical inquiry." Historical Encounters. 7 (3), pp. 48-62.

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Learning to live an anti-racist curriculum: A non-Indigenous ‘Asian’ Australian teacher’s AsianCrit autoethnographic account
Teo, Aaron. 2021. "Learning to live an anti-racist curriculum: A non-Indigenous ‘Asian’ Australian teacher’s AsianCrit autoethnographic account." Lewis, Karin Ann, Banda, Kimberly, Briseno, Martha and Weber, Eric J. (ed.) The Kaleidoscope of Lived Curricula: Learning Through a Confluence of Crises. United States. Information Age Publishing. pp. 329-342

Edited book (chapter)

A Study of the Orthographic Influence of Learning Romaji Before English in Japanese Elementary Schools
Dusza, Daniel. 2021. A Study of the Orthographic Influence of Learning Romaji Before English in Japanese Elementary Schools. PhD Thesis Doctor of Education. University of Southern Queensland. https://doi.org/10.26192/q7q4q

PhD Thesis

'Not-So-Invisible Mending': Developing Editing Skills in Large Online Classes through Visible Labour
Wise, Beck, Van Luyn, Ariella and Cantrell, Kate. 2020. "'Not-So-Invisible Mending': Developing Editing Skills in Large Online Classes through Visible Labour." Research in Online Literacy Education. 3 (1).

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Blending process with product: using assessment to drive learning through the creation of an online journal
Hallam, Gillian and Glanville, Clare. 2007. "Blending process with product: using assessment to drive learning through the creation of an online journal." Frankland, Steve (ed.) Enhancing Teaching and Learning through Assessment. Dordrecht, The Netherlands. Springer. pp. 242-255

Edited book (chapter)

The nature of work-related problems: messy, co-produced and wicked
Fergusson, Lee. 2019. "The nature of work-related problems: messy, co-produced and wicked." Journal of Work-Applied Management. 11 (2), pp. 106-120. https://doi.org/10.1108/JWAM-08-2019-0024

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The scientific nature of work-based learning and research: an introduction to first principles
Fergusson, Lee, Shallies, Bradley and Meijer, Gerard. 2019. "The scientific nature of work-based learning and research: an introduction to first principles." Higher Education, Skills and Work-Based Learning. 10 (1), pp. 171-186. https://doi.org/10.1108/HESWBL-05-2019-0060

Article

History, geography, economics and civics
McLennan, Brad and Peel, Karen. 2019. "History, geography, economics and civics." Pendergast, Donna and Main, Katherine (ed.) Teaching primary years: rethinking curriculum, pedagogy and assessment. Crows Nest, NSW, Australia. Allen & Unwin. pp. 219-243

Edited book (chapter)

Moments in time: investigating the Australian history curriculum in primary classrooms: final report 2015
Dixon, Mary, Green, Nicole, Reitano, Paul, Senior, Kim, Taylor, Tony, Winter, Satine and Sahr, Rebecca. 2015. Moments in time: investigating the Australian history curriculum in primary classrooms: final report 2015. Victoria, Australia. Deakin University.

Project report

[Insert image here]: a reflection on the ethics of imagery in a critical pedagogy for the humanities
Carniel, Jessica. 2018. "[Insert image here]: a reflection on the ethics of imagery in a critical pedagogy for the humanities." Pedagogy Culture and Society. 26 (1), pp. 141-155. https://doi.org/10.1080/14681366.2017.1364784

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Bringing languages to life: classical educations and their afterlives
Harmes, Marcus K.. 2018. "Bringing languages to life: classical educations and their afterlives." Studies in Medieval and Renaissance Teaching. 25 (1), pp. 147-155.

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'Warning! Graphic content ahead': advocating for graphic video in the teaching of animal law
Timoshanko, Aaron C.. 2016. "'Warning! Graphic content ahead': advocating for graphic video in the teaching of animal law." Legal Education Review. 26 (1), pp. 115-136. https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2984085

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Creating immersion and engagement: studies in religion in Second Life
Farley, Helen S.. 2008. "Creating immersion and engagement: studies in religion in Second Life." Manen, Michel (ed.) The Future of Religions/Religions of the Future: Entropia (2008). Entropia, Second Life 04 - 05 Jun 2008 San Francisco, CA. United States.

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