PhD by LMS: Using a learning management system to facilitate self-directed learning in a doctoral study

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Fanshawe, Melissa and Barton, Georgina. 2023. "PhD by LMS: Using a learning management system to facilitate self-directed learning in a doctoral study." Australasian Journal of Educational Technology. 39 (4), pp. 104-126. https://doi.org/10.14742/ajet.8615
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PhD by LMS: Using a learning management system to facilitate self-directed learning in a doctoral study

ERA Journal ID20265
Article CategoryArticle
AuthorsFanshawe, Melissa and Barton, Georgina
Journal TitleAustralasian Journal of Educational Technology
Journal Citation39 (4), pp. 104-126
Number of Pages22
Year2023
PublisherAustralasian Society for Computers in Learning in Tertiary Education (ASCILITE)
Place of PublicationAustralia
ISSN1449-5554
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.14742/ajet.8615
Web Address (URL)https://ajet.org.au/index.php/AJET/article/view/8615
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Doctoral studies can be daunting unless candidates are able to implement effective self-directed strategies and motivational tools to ensure success, which is reflected in the high attrition rates of doctoral candidates globally. This paper explores the use of a learning management system (LMS) to support the completion of a PhD for a doctoral candidate in a regional university enrolled in the online offering. The LMS was used throughout the PhD journey by the candidate to manage and organise documents related to the PhD study and reflect on progress. Using a digital ethnographic methodology, we analyse artefacts from the LMS through the lens of self-directed learning including cognitive, metacognitive, affective and social strategies. Findings showed that the LMS proved to be a useful way to organise, access and store information and had tools to enable motivation, both by the doctoral candidate and the supervisor. They also showed that the relationship between the candidate and supervisor was critical in this success. Implications from this digital ethnography highlight important self-directed strategies enabled through the use of the LMS. In addition, the LMS allowed deep reflection on PhD progress and provided the necessary motivation to complete the study. Therefore, LMS use could potentially increase doctoral candidate retention.

Keywordsdoctoral studies, learning management system, self-directed learning, digital ethnography, supervision
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ANZSRC Field of Research 2020390303. Higher education
Byline AffiliationsUniversity of Southern Queensland
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Fanshawe, Melissa and Penton, Kirstie. 2020. "Effective school engagement." 2019 NAPSA Biennial Conference. Sydney, Australia 06 - 08 Nov 2019 Sydney, Australia.
Hear my voice; the importance of self-advocacy for students who are blind or vision impaired
Fanshawe, Melissa. 2020. "Hear my voice; the importance of self-advocacy for students who are blind or vision impaired." Blind/Vision Impaired Masterclass Series 2020 (28th August). Sydney, Australia 28 Aug 2020 Sydney, Australia.
How to effectively advocate in school, services and the community for your child with a vision impairment
Fanshawe, Melissa. 2020. "How to effectively advocate in school, services and the community for your child with a vision impairment." Blind/Vision Impaired Masterclass Series 2020 (7th August). Sydney, Australia 07 Aug 2020 Sydney, Australia.
Toolbox of technology: what is required for students who are blind or have a vision impairment to use problem solving skills and adaptive technology to access the curriculum
Fanshawe, Melissa. 2020. "Toolbox of technology: what is required for students who are blind or have a vision impairment to use problem solving skills and adaptive technology to access the curriculum." Blind/Vision Impaired Masterclass Series 2020 (5th June). Sydney, Australia 05 Jun 2020 Sydney, Australia.
The role of social skills in community participation, inclusion and employment
Fanshawe, Melissa. 2020. "The role of social skills in community participation, inclusion and employment." Blind/Vision Impaired Masterclass Series 2020 (1st May). Sydney, Australia 01 May 2020 Sydney, Australia.
Being blind when the world is designed for those who can see; the importance of the Expanded Core Curriculum
Fanshawe, Melissa. 2020. "Being blind when the world is designed for those who can see; the importance of the Expanded Core Curriculum." Blind/ Vision Impaired Masterclass Series 2020 (6th March). Sydney, Australia 06 Mar 2020 Sydney, Australia.
What’s working in schools today: perspectives and advice from students with a vision impairment, their parents and teachers
Cain, Melissa and Fanshawe, Melissa. 2020. "What’s working in schools today: perspectives and advice from students with a vision impairment, their parents and teachers." Creating a Clear Vision for the Future (2020). Adelaide, Australia 12 - 15 Jan 2020 Adelaide, Australia.
Implementation of the expanded core curriculum; the process of accrediting standardised national curriculum to provide equitable access to schooling for students who are blind
Fanshawe, Melissa, Goodwin, Polly and Kaine, Natalie. 2020. "Implementation of the expanded core curriculum; the process of accrediting standardised national curriculum to provide equitable access to schooling for students who are blind." Creating a Clear Vision for the Future (2020). Adelaide, Australia 12 - 15 Jan 2020 Adelaide, Australia.
How arts-based methods are used to support the resilience and well-being of young people: a review of the literature
MacDonald, Abbey, Baguley, Margaret, Barton, Georgina and Kerby, Martin. 2020. "How arts-based methods are used to support the resilience and well-being of young people: a review of the literature." McKay, Loraine, Barton, Georgina, Garvis, Susanne and Sappa, Viviana (ed.) Arts-based research, resilience and well-being across the lifespan. Switzerland. Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 29-46
What’s working in schools today: perspectives and advice from students with a vision impairment, their parents and teachers
Cain, Melissa and Fanshawe, Melissa. 2019. "What’s working in schools today: perspectives and advice from students with a vision impairment, their parents and teachers." The Changing Landscape for Accessible Information (2019). Brisbane, Australia 04 - 07 May 2019 Brisbane, Australia.
Creating Emotional Engagement in Online Learning
Fanshawe, Melissa, Burke, Katie, Tualaulelei, Eseta and Cameron, Cathy. 2020. "Creating Emotional Engagement in Online Learning." EDUCAUSE Review. 31 August 2020.
Focus on maths: fostering student understanding of mathematics through a growth mindset
Fanshawe, Melissa. 2019. "Focus on maths: fostering student understanding of mathematics through a growth mindset." Teaching Mathematics. 44 (2), pp. 8-12.
Teaching mathematics through a growth mindset
Fanshawe, Melissa. 2020. "Teaching mathematics through a growth mindset." Teaching Mathematics Through a Growth Mindset 2020 (23rd January). Brisbane, Australia 23 Jan 2020 Brisbane, Queensland.
Teaching mathematics through a growth mindset
Fanshawe, Melissa. 2019. "Teaching mathematics through a growth mindset." Teaching Mathematics Through a Growth Mindset 2020 (20th May). Rockhampton, Australia 20 May 2020 Rockhampton, Queensland.
Teaching mathematics through a growth mindset
Fanshawe, Melissa. 2019. "Teaching mathematics through a growth mindset." Teaching Mathematics Through a Growth Mindset 2019 (25th March). Emerald, Australia 25 Mar 2019 Emerald, Queensland.
Teaching mathematics through a growth mindset
Fanshawe, Melissa. 2019. "Teaching mathematics through a growth mindset." Teaching Mathematics Through a Growth Mindset 2019 (18th March). Mackay, Australia 18 Mar 2019 Mackay, Queensland.
Teaching mathematics through a growth mindset
Fanshawe, Melissa. 2019. "Teaching mathematics through a growth mindset." Teaching Mathematics Through a Growth Mindset 2019 (11th March). Gladstone, Australia 11 Mar 2019 Gladstone, Queensland.
Focus on MATHS
Fanshawe, Melissa. 2019. "Focus on MATHS." Drawing Conclusions - early and Middle Years Conference (2019). Moorooka, Australia 23 - 24 Feb 2019 Moorooka, Queensland.
Teaching mathematics through a growth mindset
Fanshawe, Melissa. 2018. "Teaching mathematics through a growth mindset." Teaching Mathematics Through a Growth Mindset 2018 (22nd October). Brisbane, Australia 22 Oct 2018 Brisbane, Queensland.
Strengthening preservice teachers’ school based experience while providing in school, face-to-face support to secondary students studying early tertiary programs with USQ
Fanshawe, Melissa, Silk, Kirsty and Penton, Kirstie. 2019. Strengthening preservice teachers’ school based experience while providing in school, face-to-face support to secondary students studying early tertiary programs with USQ. Toowoomba. University of Southern Queensland.
Catering for the Specialized Needs of Students With Vision Impairment in Mainstream Classes: Listening to Student Voices for Academic, Physical, and Social Inclusion
Cain, Melissa and Fanshawe, Melissa. 2020. "Catering for the Specialized Needs of Students With Vision Impairment in Mainstream Classes: Listening to Student Voices for Academic, Physical, and Social Inclusion." van Rensburg, Henriette and O'Neill, Shirley (ed.) Inclusive Theory and Practice in Special Education. Hershey, United States. IGI Global. pp. 192-211
Professional experience for international students within the Australian teacher education context
Barton, Georgina and Hartwig, Kay. 2019. "Professional experience for international students within the Australian teacher education context." Lampert, Jo (ed.) The Oxford encyclopedia of global perspectives on teacher education. Oxford, United Kingdom. Oxford University Press. pp. 1-20
Reading Success in the Primary Years: An Evidence-Based Interdisciplinary Approach to Guide Assessment and Intervention
Westerveld, Marleen F., Armstrong, Rebecca M. and Barton, Georgina M.. 2020. Reading Success in the Primary Years: An Evidence-Based Interdisciplinary Approach to Guide Assessment and Intervention. Singapore. Springer.
The digital mediation of emotions in late modernity
Mills, Kathy A., Unsworth, Len and Barton, Georgina. 2019. "The digital mediation of emotions in late modernity." Patulny, Roger, Bellocchi, Alberto, Olson, Rebecca E., Khorana, Sukhmani, Mckenzie, Jordan and Peterie, Michelle (ed.) Emotions in Late Modernity. Abingdom, United Kingdom. Routledge. pp. 190-208
Introduction: Defining and Theorising Key Concepts of Resilience and Well-Being and Arts-Based Research
Barton, Georgina, McKay, Loraine, Garvis, Susanne and Sappa, Viviana. 2020. "Introduction: Defining and Theorising Key Concepts of Resilience and Well-Being and Arts-Based Research." McKay, Loraine, Barton, Georgina, Garvis, Susanne and Sappa, Viviana (ed.) Arts-Based Research, Resilience and Well-being Across the Lifespan. Cham, Switzerland. Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 1-12
Personal and social capabilities in early adolescents’ literacy practices at home
Barton, Georgina and Ronksley-Pavia, Michelle. 2020. "Personal and social capabilities in early adolescents’ literacy practices at home." Literacy Learning: The Middle Years. 28 (1), pp. 41-50.
Investigating the assessment practices within an Initial Teacher Education program in an Australian university: staff perceptions and practices
Barton, Georgina M., Baguley, Margaret, Kerby, Martin and MacDonald, Abbey. 2020. "Investigating the assessment practices within an Initial Teacher Education program in an Australian university: staff perceptions and practices." Australian Journal of Teacher Education. 45 (3), pp. 34-47.
Workplace experience of international students in Australia
Barton, Georgina and Hartwig, Kay. 2020. "Workplace experience of international students in Australia." Journal of International Students. 10 (2), pp. viii-xi. https://doi.org/10.32674/jis.v10i2.1946
Developing literacy and the arts in schools
Barton, Georgina. 2020. Developing literacy and the arts in schools. Abingdon Oxon, United Kingdom. Routledge.
Lighting the way through the home: development of early braille literacy
Fanshawe, Melissa. 2017. "Lighting the way through the home: development of early braille literacy." 2017 Biennial SPEVI Conference: Shining the Light on Vision Education. Brisbane, Queensland 08 - 12 Jan 2017 Australia.
Opening Eyes onto Inclusion and Diversity
Carter, Susan, Abawi, Lindy-Anne, Lawrence, Jill, Brownlow, Charlotte, Desmarchelier, Renee, Fanshawe, Melissa, Gilbey, Kathryn, Turner, Michelle and Guy, Jillian. Carter, Susan (ed.) 2019. Opening Eyes onto Inclusion and Diversity . Australia. University of Southern Queensland.
Arts-Based Research Across the Lifespan and Its Contribution to Resilience and Well-Being
McKay, Loraine, Barton, Georgina, Sappa, Viviana and Garvis, Susanne. 2020. "Arts-Based Research Across the Lifespan and Its Contribution to Resilience and Well-Being." McKay, Loraine, Barton, Georgina, Garvis, Susanne and Sappa, Viviana (ed.) Arts-Based Research, Resilience and Well-being Across the Lifespan. Switzerland. Springer. pp. 339-346
Four things students with vision impairment want you (their teachers and friends)to know
Cain, Melissa and Fanshawe, Melissa. 2019. "Four things students with vision impairment want you (their teachers and friends)to know." The Conversation. 10 June 2019, pp. 1-5.
'Talk to Me!': Empowering students with a vision impairment through audio e-assessment feedback
Cain, Melissa and Fanshawe, Melissa. 2020. "'Talk to Me!': Empowering students with a vision impairment through audio e-assessment feedback." Dann, Christopher Ewart and O'Neill, Shirley (ed.) Technology-enhanced formative assessment practices in higher education. United States. IGI Global. pp. 1-19
Utilising instantaneous feedback to promote self-regulated learning in online higher education course: the case for digital badges
Fanshawe, Melissa, Delaney, Nicole and Powell, Alwyn. 2020. "Utilising instantaneous feedback to promote self-regulated learning in online higher education course: the case for digital badges." Dann, Christopher Ewart and O'Neill, Shirley (ed.) Technology-enhanced formative assessment practices in higher education. United States. IGI Global. pp. 41-59
Celebrating diversity: focus on inclusion
Abawi, Lindy, Fanshawe, Melissa, Gilbey, Kathryn, Andersen, Cecily and Rogers, Christina. 2019. "Celebrating diversity: focus on inclusion." Carter, Susan (ed.) Opening eyes onto inclusion and diversity. Toowoomba, Australia. University of Southern Queensland. pp. 41-91
The importance of Indigenous cultural perspectives in education (the danger of the single story)
Fanshawe, Melissa, Abawi, Lindy and Guy, Jillian. 2019. "The importance of Indigenous cultural perspectives in education (the danger of the single story)." Carter, Susan (ed.) Opening eyes onto inclusion and diversity. Toowoomba, Australia. University of Southern Queensland. pp. 289-318
Opening eyes to vision impairment: inclusion is just another way of seeing
Cain, Melissa and Fanshawe, Melissa. 2019. "Opening eyes to vision impairment: inclusion is just another way of seeing." Carter, Susan (ed.) Opening eyes onto inclusion and diversity. Toowoomba, Australia. University of Southern Queensland. pp. 239-288
The implications of monocular vision on orientation and mobility
Fanshawe, Melissa. 2015. "The implications of monocular vision on orientation and mobility." Journal of the South Pacific Educators in Vision Impairment. 8 (1), pp. 77-86.
Planning for literacies learning in the Arts: a dual view
Barton, Georgina and Riddle, Stewart. 2019. "Planning for literacies learning in the Arts: a dual view." Henderson, Robyn (ed.) Teaching literacies: pedagogies and diversity. Melbourne, Australia. Oxford University Press. pp. 120-134
Multiage education: an exploration of advantages and disadvantages through a systematic review of the literature
Ronksley-Pavia, Michelle, Barton, Georgina M. and Pendergast, Donna. 2019. "Multiage education: an exploration of advantages and disadvantages through a systematic review of the literature." Australian Journal of Teacher Education. 44 (5), pp. 24-41. https://doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2018v44n5.2
Literacy teachers as reflexive agents? Enablers and constraints
Ryan, Mary and Barton, Georgina. 2020. "Literacy teachers as reflexive agents? Enablers and constraints." The Australian Educational Researcher. 47 (2), pp. 219-238. https://doi.org/10.1007/s13384-019-00349-9
Exploring how quality children's literature can enhance compassion and empathy in the classroom context
Barton, Georgina, Baguley, Margaret, Kerby, Martin and MacDonald, Abbey. 2019. "Exploring how quality children's literature can enhance compassion and empathy in the classroom context." Barton, Georgina and Garvis, Susanne (ed.) Compassion and empathy in educational contexts. Switzerland. Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 165-188
Theorizing compassion and empathy in educational contexts: what are compassion and empathy and why are they important?
Barton, Georgina and Garvis, Susanne. 2019. "Theorizing compassion and empathy in educational contexts: what are compassion and empathy and why are they important?" Barton, Georgina and Garvis, Susanne (ed.) Compassion and empathy in educational contexts. Cham, Switzerland. Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 3-14
Thinking about mode in becoming literate: oral and visual pathways to print
Barton, Georgina. 2019. "Thinking about mode in becoming literate: oral and visual pathways to print." Woods, Annette and Exley, Beryl (ed.) Literacies in early childhood: foundations for equity and quality. South Melbourne, Australia. Oxford University Press Australia and New Zealand. pp. 210-226
Recollage as a tool for self-care: reflecting multimodally on first five years in the academy through Schwab’s lines of flight
Barton, Georgina. 2020. "Recollage as a tool for self-care: reflecting multimodally on first five years in the academy through Schwab’s lines of flight." Qualitative Research Journal. 20 (1), pp. 49-62. https://doi.org/10.1108/QRJ-04-2019-0039
The practice of using NAPLAN numeracy test results: a review of the literature
Getenet, Seyum and Fanshawe, Melissa. 2018. "The practice of using NAPLAN numeracy test results: a review of the literature." Hunter, Jodie, Darragh, Lisa and Perger, Pam (ed.) 41st Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (MERGA41). Auckland, New Zealand 01 - 05 Jul 2018 Adelaide, Australia.
Music learning and teaching in culturally and socially diverse contexts: implications for classroom practice
Barton, Georgina. 2018. Music learning and teaching in culturally and socially diverse contexts: implications for classroom practice. Cham, Switzerland. Palgrave Macmillan.
Emotion resonance and divergence: a semiotic analysis of music and sound in 'The Lost Thing', an animated short film and 'Elizabeth' a film trailer
Noad, Betty and Barton, Georgina. 2020. "Emotion resonance and divergence: a semiotic analysis of music and sound in 'The Lost Thing', an animated short film and 'Elizabeth' a film trailer." Social Semiotics. 30 (2), pp. 206-224. https://doi.org/10.1080/10350330.2018.1543115
International students' perception of workplace experiences in Australian study programs: a large-scale survey
Barton, Georgina, Hartwig, Kay and Le, Anh Hai. 2019. "International students' perception of workplace experiences in Australian study programs: a large-scale survey." Journal of Studies in International Education. 23 (2), pp. 248-264. https://doi.org/10.1177/1028315318786446
A child-centred approach to multimodal text composition in the early years
Trimble-Roles, Rebecca and Barton, Georgina. 2018. "A child-centred approach to multimodal text composition in the early years." Practical Literacy: the Early and Primary Years. 23 (3), pp. 39-43.
The World Alliance for Arts Education (WAAE)
Baguley, Margaret and Barton, Georgina. 2017. "The World Alliance for Arts Education (WAAE)." NiTRO: Creative Matters. 6.
Search engine use as a literacy in the middle years: the need for explicit instruction and active learners
Morrison, Renee and Barton, Georgina. 2018. "Search engine use as a literacy in the middle years: the need for explicit instruction and active learners." Literacy Learning: The Middle Years. 26 (3), pp. 37-47.
Exploring how arts-based reflection can support teachers' resilience and well-being
McKay, Loraine and Barton, Georgina. 2018. "Exploring how arts-based reflection can support teachers' resilience and well-being." Teaching and Teacher Education. 75, pp. 356-365. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tate.2018.07.012
Music education in schools – what is taught? A comparison of curriculum in Sweden and Australia
Garvis, Susanne, Barton, Georgina and Hartwig, Kay. 2017. "Music education in schools – what is taught? A comparison of curriculum in Sweden and Australia." Australian Journal of Music Education. 51 (1), pp. 3-12.
The paradox of Nathan Thambu Paramanathan
Kerby, Martin and Barton, Georgina. 2018. "The paradox of Nathan Thambu Paramanathan." Australian Art Education. 39 (2), pp. 206-222.
Doctoral supervision with colleagues
Baguley, Margaret, Kerby, Martin and Barton, Georgina. 2018. "Doctoral supervision with colleagues." Padro, Fernando F., Erwee, Ronel, Harmes, Meredith A., Harmes, Marcus K. and Danaher, Patrick Alan (ed.) Postgraduate education in higher education. Singapore. Springer. pp. 409-423
Changing literacies-people, place and objects: a review essay
Barton, Georgina. 2018. "Changing literacies-people, place and objects: a review essay." Pedagogies: an international journal. 13 (3), pp. 280-287. https://doi.org/10.1080/1554480X.2018.1498602
Developing literacy in the secondary classroom
Barton, Georgina and Woolley, Gary. 2017. Developing literacy in the secondary classroom. United Kingdom. SAGE Publications Ltd.
What does internationalisation or interculturalisation look like in the future in the higher education sector?
Hartwig, Kay, Barton, Georgina, Bennett, Dawn, Cain, Melissa, Campbell, Marilyn, Ferns, Sonia, Jones, Liz, Joseph, Dawn, Kavanagh, Marie, Kelly, Ann, Larkin, Ingrid, O'Connor, Erin, Podorova, Anna, Tangen, Donna and Westerveld, Marleen. 2017. "What does internationalisation or interculturalisation look like in the future in the higher education sector?" Barton, Georgina and Hartwig, Kay (ed.) Professional learning in the work place for international students: exploring theory and practice. Switzerland. Springer. pp. 313-324
Work Placement for International Student Programmes (WISP): A Model of Effective Practice
Barton, Georgina, Hartwig, Kay, Bennett, Dawn, Cain, Melissa, Campbell, Marilyn, Ferns, Sonia, Jones, Liz, Joseph, Dawn, Kavanagh, Marie, Kelly, Ann, Larkin, Ingrid, O'Connor, Erin, Podorova, Anna, Tangen, Donna and Westerveld, Marleen. 2017. "Work Placement for International Student Programmes (WISP): A Model of Effective Practice ." Barton, G. and Hartwig, Kay (ed.) Professional learning in the work place for international students: exploring theory and practice. Switzerland. Springer. pp. 13-34
Exploring the arts and literacy in curriculum: a cross-cultural comparison of Australia, Canada and France
Barton, Georgina, Lemieux, Amelie and Chabanne, Jean-Charles. 2018. "Exploring the arts and literacy in curriculum: a cross-cultural comparison of Australia, Canada and France." Australian Art Education. 39 (1), pp. 50-68.
The importance of storytelling as a pedagogical tool for Indigenous children
Barton, Georgina and Barton, Robert. 2017. "The importance of storytelling as a pedagogical tool for Indigenous children." Garvis, Susanne and Pramling, Niklas (ed.) Narratives in early childhood education: communication, sense making and lived experience. Milton Park, United Kingdom. Routledge. pp. 45-58
How to write what you want to say ... about visual images
Hipwell, Patricia, Carter, Lyn and Barton, Georgina. 2017. How to write what you want to say ... about visual images. Brisbane, Australia. Boolarong Press.
Ethnography in music education research
Barton, Georgina. 2014. "Ethnography in music education research." Hartwig, K. (ed.) Research Methodologies in Music Education. London. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. pp. 97-116
Reflective practice in music: a collaborative professional approach
Barton, Georgina. 2014. "Reflective practice in music: a collaborative professional approach." Ryan, M. E. (ed.) Teaching reflective learning in higher education: a systematic approach using pedagogic patterns. Switzerland. Springer. pp. 65-76
Supporting middle years students in creating multimodal texts with iPad apps
Barton, Georgina and Trimble-Roles, Rebecca. 2016. "Supporting middle years students in creating multimodal texts with iPad apps." Literacy Learning: The Middle Years. 24 (3), pp. i-vii.
Encouraging a dynamic relationship between the arts and literacy
Barton, Georgina and Ewing, Robyn. 2017. "Encouraging a dynamic relationship between the arts and literacy." Barton, Georgina and Baguley, Margaret (ed.) The Palgrave handbook of global arts education. Basingstoke, United Kingdom. Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 221-243
Unpacking visual literacy for early years learners
Barton, Georgina. 2016. "Unpacking visual literacy for early years learners." Practical Literacy: the Early and Primary Years. 21 (1), pp. 6-8.
Exploring the development of cultural awareness amongst post-graduate speech-language pathology students
Howells, Simone R., Barton, Georgina M. and Westerveld, Marleen F.. 2016. "Exploring the development of cultural awareness amongst post-graduate speech-language pathology students." International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 18 (3), pp. 259-271. https://doi.org/10.3109/17549507.2016.1154982
Conceptualising a literacy education model for junior secondary students: The spatial and reflective practices of an Australian school
Barton, Georgina and McKay, Loraine. 2016. "Conceptualising a literacy education model for junior secondary students: The spatial and reflective practices of an Australian school." English in Australia. 51 (1), pp. 37-45.
Formative assessment in the middle years: a review of literature and alignment with the Guiding Principles for Junior Secondary
Hegazy, Hind and Barton, Georgina. 2017. "Formative assessment in the middle years: a review of literature and alignment with the Guiding Principles for Junior Secondary." Australian Journal of Middle Schooling. 17 (2), pp. 6-19.
Enhancing Phonological Awareness and Orthographic Knowledge of Preservice Teachers: An Intervention through Online Coursework
Westerveld, Marleen F. and Barton, Georgina. 2017. "Enhancing Phonological Awareness and Orthographic Knowledge of Preservice Teachers: An Intervention through Online Coursework." Australian Journal of Teacher Education. 42 (12). https://doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2017v42n12.6
Reflection and reflective practice for international students and their supervisors in context
Barton, Georgina and Ryan, Mary. 2017. "Reflection and reflective practice for international students and their supervisors in context." Barton, Georgina and Hartwig, Kay (ed.) Professional learning in the work place for international students: exploring theory and practice. Switzerland. Springer. pp. 93-110
The importance of positive intercultural exchanges for international students on work placements in higher education
Barton, Georgina and Hartwig, Kay. 2017. "The importance of positive intercultural exchanges for international students on work placements in higher education." Barton, Georgina and Hartwig, Kay (ed.) Professional learning in the work place for international students: exploring theory and practice. Switzerland. Springer. pp. 3-12
Practicum for international students in teacher education programs: an investigation of three university sites through multisocialisation, interculturalisation and reflection
Barton, Georgina, Hartwig, Kay, Joseph, Dawn and Podorova, Anna. 2017. "Practicum for international students in teacher education programs: an investigation of three university sites through multisocialisation, interculturalisation and reflection." Barton, Georgina and Hartwig, Kay (ed.) Professional learning in the work place for international students: exploring theory and practice. Switzerland. Springer. pp. 129-146
Personal epistemologies and disciplinarity in the workplace: implications for international students in higher education
Barton, Georgina and Billett, Stephen. 2017. "Personal epistemologies and disciplinarity in the workplace: implications for international students in higher education." Barton, Georgina and Hartwig, Kay (ed.) Professional learning in the work place for international students: exploring theory and practice. Switzerland. Springer. pp. 111-128
Literacy, multiliteracies and the teaching of reading and writing
Barton, Georgina and Lennon, Sherilyn. 2017. "Literacy, multiliteracies and the teaching of reading and writing." Pendergast, Donna, Main, Katherine and Bahr, Nan (ed.) Teaching middle years: rethinking curriculum, pedagogy and assessment. Australia. Allen & Unwin. pp. 115-132
Encouraging productive arts-literacy dialogues: a call to action
Barton, Georgina. 2014. "Encouraging productive arts-literacy dialogues: a call to action." Barton, Georgina (ed.) Literacy in the arts: retheorising learning and teaching. Switzerland. Springer. pp. 287-293
Literacy and knowledge: classroom practice in the arts
Barton, Georgina and Freebody, Peter. 2014. "Literacy and knowledge: classroom practice in the arts." Barton, Georgina (ed.) Literacy in the arts: retheorising learning and teaching. Switzerland. Springer. pp. 93-110
Literacy and the arts: interpretation and expression of symbolic form
Barton, Georgina. 2014. "Literacy and the arts: interpretation and expression of symbolic form." Barton, Georgina (ed.) Literacy in the arts: retheorising learning and teaching. Switzerland. Springer. pp. 3-19
Storytelling as an Arts Literacy: Use of Narrative Structure in Aboriginal Arts Practice and Performance
Barton, Robert and Barton, Georgina. 2014. "Storytelling as an Arts Literacy: Use of Narrative Structure in Aboriginal Arts Practice and Performance ." Barton, Georgina (ed.) Literacy in the arts: retheorising learning and teaching. Switzerland. Springer. pp. 251-268
Literacy education: about being in the world
Freebody, Peter, Barton, Georgina and Chan, Eveline. 2014. "Literacy education: about being in the world." Leung, Constant and Street, Brian V. (ed.) The Routledge companion to English studies. London. Routledge. pp. 419-434
Just keep following the heartlines on your hand
Barton, Georgina. 2014. "Just keep following the heartlines on your hand." Lemon, Narelle and Garvis, Susanne (ed.) Being 'in and out': providing voice to early career women in academia. Rotterdam, Netherlands. Sense Publishers. pp. 9-17
Writing practices today and in the future: multimodal and creative text composition in the 21st century
Barton, Georgina, Arnold, Julie and Trimble-Roles, Rebecca. 2015. "Writing practices today and in the future: multimodal and creative text composition in the 21st century." Turbill, Jan, Barton, Georgina and Brock, Cynthia (ed.) Teaching writing in today's classrooms: looking back to look forward. South Australia. Australian Literacy Educators' Association (ALEA). pp. 241-261
Seeing the bigger picture: investigating tertiary arts educators' views on the Australian arts curriculum
Barton, Georgina, MacDonald, Abbey and Baguley, Margaret. 2012. "Seeing the bigger picture: investigating tertiary arts educators' views on the Australian arts curriculum." Wright, Jan (ed.) Joint International Conference of the Australian Association for Research in Education and the Asia Pacific Educational Research Association (AARE 2012): Regional and Global Cooperation in Educational Research. Sydney, Australia 02 - 06 Dec 2012 Sydney, Australia.
Perspectives on schooling from early adolescent video diaries
Barton, Georgina and Bahr, Nan. 2013. "Perspectives on schooling from early adolescent video diaries." The International Journal of Technologies in Learning. 19 (4), pp. 63-75.
Multimodal approaches to reflective teaching and assessment in higher education
Barton, Georgina and Ryan, Mary. 2013. "Multimodal approaches to reflective teaching and assessment in higher education." Higher Education Research and Development. 33 (3), pp. 409-424. https://doi.org/10.1080/07294360.2013.841650
The arts and literacy: what does it mean to be arts literate?
Barton, Georgina. 2013. "The arts and literacy: what does it mean to be arts literate?" International Journal of Education and the Arts. 14 (18), pp. 1-21.
The spatialized practices of teaching writing in Australian elementary schools: diverse students shaping discoursal selves
Ryan, Mary and Barton, Georgina. 2014. "The spatialized practices of teaching writing in Australian elementary schools: diverse students shaping discoursal selves." Research in the Teaching of English. 48 (3), pp. 303-329.
Working towards a ‘thirdspace’ in the teaching of writing to middle years students
Ryan, Mary and Barton, Georgina. 2013. "Working towards a ‘thirdspace’ in the teaching of writing to middle years students." Literacy Learning: The Middle Years. 21 (3), pp. 71-81.
Music, multiliteracies and multimodality: exploring the book and movie versions of Shaun Tan’s The Lost Thing
Barton, Georgina and Unsworth, Len. 2014. "Music, multiliteracies and multimodality: exploring the book and movie versions of Shaun Tan’s The Lost Thing." Australian Journal of Language and Literacy. 37 (1), pp. 3-20.
Reflexivity and self-care for creative facilitators: stepping outside the circle
Moffatt, Amanda, Ryan, Mary and Barton, Georgina. 2014. "Reflexivity and self-care for creative facilitators: stepping outside the circle." Studies in Continuing Education. 38 (1), pp. 29-46. https://doi.org/10.1080/0158037X.2015.1005067
Arts-based educational research in the early years
Barton, Georgina. 2015. "Arts-based educational research in the early years." International Research in Early Childhood Education. 6 (1), pp. 62-78.
Literacy in the middle years visual arts classroom: a ‘functional’ approach
Barton, Georgina. 2015. "Literacy in the middle years visual arts classroom: a ‘functional’ approach." Literacy Learning: The Middle Years. 23 (2), pp. 40-52.
Adolescent learners and reading: exploring a collaborative, community approach
Barton, Georgina and McKay, Loraine. 2016. "Adolescent learners and reading: exploring a collaborative, community approach." Australian Journal of Language and Literacy. 39 (2), pp. 162-175.
Developing confidence and competence as a pre-service music teacher: personal epistemology in a middle years course
Barton, Georgina. 2015. "Developing confidence and competence as a pre-service music teacher: personal epistemology in a middle years course." Australian Journal of Music Education.
Multimodal reflection for creative facilitators: an approach to improving self-care
Moffatt, Amanda, Barton, Georgina and Ryan, Mary. 2016. "Multimodal reflection for creative facilitators: an approach to improving self-care." Reflective Practice. 17 (6), pp. 762-788. https://doi.org/10.1080/14623943.2016.1220935
The phonological awareness skills of education and speech pathology higher education students during their first semester of study
Westerveld, Marleen F. and Barton, Georgina. 2016. "The phonological awareness skills of education and speech pathology higher education students during their first semester of study." Journal of Clinical Practice in Speech-Language Pathology. 18 (2), pp. 84-88.
Urban pre-service teachers’ conceptions of teaching in rural communities
Adie, Lenore and Barton, Georgina. 2012. "Urban pre-service teachers’ conceptions of teaching in rural communities." Australian Journal of Teacher Education. 37 (6), pp. 111-123. https://doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2012v37n6.7
Where is Music?: A philosophical approach inspired by Steve Dillon
Barton, Georgina and Hartwig, Kay. 2012. "Where is Music?: A philosophical approach inspired by Steve Dillon." Australian Journal of Music Education.
Curriculum to the classroom: investigating the spatial practices of curriculum implementation in Queensland schools and its implications for teacher education
Barton, Georgina M., Garvis, Susanne and Ryan, Mary E.. 2014. "Curriculum to the classroom: investigating the spatial practices of curriculum implementation in Queensland schools and its implications for teacher education." Australian Journal of Teacher Education. 39 (3), pp. 166-177. https://doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2014v39n3.9
International students’ experience of practicum in teacher education: an exploration through internationalisation and professional socialisation
Barton, Georgina M., Hartwig, Kay A. and Cain, Melissa. 2015. "International students’ experience of practicum in teacher education: an exploration through internationalisation and professional socialisation." Australian Journal of Teacher Education. 40 (8), pp. 149-163. https://doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2015v40n8.9
Editors' introduction: the World Alliance for Arts Education: forging forward in and through the arts
Barton, Georgina and Baguley, Margaret. 2017. "Editors' introduction: the World Alliance for Arts Education: forging forward in and through the arts." Barton, Georgina and Baguley, Margaret (ed.) The Palgrave handbook of global arts education. Basingstoke, United Kingdom. Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 1-16
The formation of the Australian Arts Education Practice and Research Special Interest Group (AEPR SIG)
Baguley, Margaret, Barton, Georgina and MacDonald, Abbey. 2014. "The formation of the Australian Arts Education Practice and Research Special Interest Group (AEPR SIG)." Australian Art Education. 36 (2), pp. 8-21.
Teachers' curriculum stories: perceptions and preparedness to enact change
MacDonald, Abbey, Barton, Georgina, Baguley, Margaret and Hartwig, Kay. 2016. "Teachers' curriculum stories: perceptions and preparedness to enact change." Educational Philosophy and Theory. 48 (13), pp. 1336-1351. https://doi.org/10.1080/00131857.2016.1210496
The Educational Change Model: reforming Year 7 and junior secondary in Queensland
Dowden, Tony, Pendergast, Donna, Main, Katherine, Kanasa, Harold, Barton, Georgina, Hearfield, Susan and Geelan, David. 2014. "The Educational Change Model: reforming Year 7 and junior secondary in Queensland." Joint Australian Association for Research in Education and New Zealand Association for Research in Education International Conference 2014 (AARE-NZARE 2014). Brisbane, Australia 30 Nov - 04 Dec 2014 Australia.
An ongoing journey: evaluation of the Junior Secondary Leading Change Development Program
Pendergast, Donna, Main, Katherine, Kanasa, Harry, Barton, Georgina, Hearfield, Susan, Geelan, David and Dowden, Tony. 2014. An ongoing journey: evaluation of the Junior Secondary Leading Change Development Program. Brisbane, Australia. Griffith University.
The education change model as a vehicle for reform: shifting Year 7 and implementing junior secondary in Queensland
Pendergast, Donna, Main, Katherine, Barton, Georgina, Kanasa, Harry, Geelan, David and Dowden, Tony. 2015. "The education change model as a vehicle for reform: shifting Year 7 and implementing junior secondary in Queensland." Australian Journal of Middle Schooling. 15 (2), pp. 4-18.
Learning through story: a collaborative multimodal arts approach
Barton, Georgina and Baguley, Margaret. 2014. "Learning through story: a collaborative multimodal arts approach." English Teaching: Practice and Critique. 13 (2), pp. 93-112.
Seeing the bigger picture: investigating the state of the arts in teacher education programs in Australia
Barton, Georgina M., Baguley, Margaret and MacDonald, Abbey. 2013. "Seeing the bigger picture: investigating the state of the arts in teacher education programs in Australia." Australian Journal of Teacher Education. 38 (7), pp. 75-90. https://doi.org/10.14221/ajte.2013v38n7.5
Literacy and curriculum: language and knowledge in the classroom
Freebody, Peter, Chan, Eveline and Barton, Georgina. 2013. "Literacy and curriculum: language and knowledge in the classroom." Hall, Kathy, Cremin, Teresa, Comber, Barbara and Moll, Luis C. (ed.) International handbook of research on children's literacy, learning, and culture. United Kingdom. John Wiley & Sons. pp. 304-318