Children are the living messages we send to a time we will not see – Neil Postman

Publications

Peer reviewed journal articles
Dumenden, Iris E. & English, Rebecca M. (2012) Fish out of water : refugee and international students in mainstream Australian schools. International Journal of Inclusive Education. (In Press)
Seib, Charrlotte, English, Rebecca, & Barnard, Alan (2011) Teaching undergraduate students community nursing : using action research to increase engagement and learning. Journal of Nursing Education, 50(9), pp. 536-539.
English, Rebecca M. (2009) Selling education through “culture” : responses to the market by new, non-government schools. The Australian Educational Researcher, 36(1), pp. 89-104.
English, Rebecca M. & Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A. (2008) Facebook© goes to college: using social networking tools to support students undertaking teaching practicum. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 4(4), pp. 596-601.

Professional journal articles
English, Rebecca M. (2012) Schooling from home : an ad-hoc answer to low teacher numbers? Principal Matters, 93, pp. 18-20.

English, Rebecca M. (2007) School’s principal attracts attention. Directions in education: Australian council for educational leaders, 16(17), p. 2.

English, Rebecca M. (2007) Promote or perish in the competitive state school market. Directions in education: Australian council for educational leaders, 16(16), pp. 2-3.

English, Rebecca M. (2006) Making the choice: Values and performance. Education Horizons, 9(2).


Magazine articles


Book chapters

English, Rebecca Maree & Howell, Jennifer (2011) Virtual communities as tools to support teaching practicum. In Handbook of Research on Methods and Techniques for Studying Virtual Communities : Paradigms and Phenomena. Information Science Reference, Hershey: PA, pp. 233-247.


Theses
English, Rebecca Maree (2005) School choice in a new market context: A case study of The Shelbyville College. Masters by Research thesis, Queensland University of Technology.

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