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1965The place of drama teaching in comprehensive co-educational high schools in New South WalesFiala, Oliver; Faculty of Education and Social Work
2007Pragmatics and pedagogy : an examination of college English teaching in ChinaJi, Peijing; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-2003Professional regulation & professional autonomy: Benchmarks from across the professions- The New South Wales experienceHorsley, Mike; Thomas, David; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-2004The Public Comprehensive High School in New South Wales Past, Present and FutureCampbell, Craig; Sherington, Geoffrey; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-2000Rational deliberation, embodied communication and the ideal of democratic participationO'Loughlin, Marjorie; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-2005Retaining quality early career teachers in the profession: New teacher narrativesEwing, Robyn; Manuel, Jacqueline; Faculty of Education and Social Work
Nov-2006The retention of youth sport coachesO'Connor, D; Bennie, A; Faculty of Education and Social Work
2009Returning scholars in Korean higher education : a case study of internationalisation of higher educationNamgung, Sang Un.; Faculty of Education and Social Work
2009The roles of academic motivation, self-concept, and cognitive and behavioural action in predicting educational outcomes : findings from large-scale, cross-sectional, and longitudinal modellingGreen, Jasmine; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-1999School and university partnerships: The development and consolidation of a process of collaborationMerritt, Llian; Campbell, Ann; Faculty of Education and Social Work
2003Self-efficacy in academic settings : a longitudinal study of sources of self-efficacyPhan, Huy P.; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-2004"She Just Blends and Just Comes Down to Our Level and Communicates with Us Like We're People': Students' Perceptions of Quality Teaching and Teaching StandardsScanlon, Lesley; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-1998Social Change and Curriculum FuturesConnell, R. W; Faculty of Education and Social Work
2009A sociocultural approach to conceptual change learning in first year pharmacy studentsSainsbury, Erica Jane; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-2002The Sociology of Education: A personal viewYoung, Robert; Faculty of Education and Social Work
2009Speaking two languages is a gift : a study exploring how young bilingual students identify with being bilingualFielding, Ruth F; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-2001The state high school in historyCampbell, Craig; Faculty of Education and Social Work
2010Studies of men and masculinities in contemporary chinaZhang, Xingkui; Faculty of Education and Social Work
1966A study of the Queensland Grammar School movement : its origins and its role in the development of secondary education in Queensland before the First World WarErickson, Frederick John; Faculty of Education and Social Work
May-1998The Teacher's Vocation: Students, Clients, CustomersYoung, Robert; Faculty of Education and Social Work