School of Education

SJIDE recent publications

This page is regularly updated with publications that have recently come out.

Books

Daniel, R. (2019). English Language in India. Delhi: Gyan Publishing House.

Dyson, M., Plunkett, M., & McCluskey, K. (2018). Success in Professional Experience: Building Relationships in Educational Settings, Second Edition. UK: Cambridge University Press.

Dyson, M., & Plunkett, M. (2018). Surviving, Thriving and Reviving in Adolescence: Research and Narratives from the School for Student Leadership. Springer Publishing.

Glowrey, C. (2018) South of the Strzelecki Ranges: An environmental history of Corner Inlet. Melbourne: Anchor Books Australia.

Refereed journal articles

Algamdi, A. A., & Plunkett, M. (2018). Perceptions of Saudi male and female postgraduate students regarding the impact of social networking sites and apps on their academic life: A study of Umm Al-Qura University, Makkah. International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning, 13(5), 19-40. https://doi.org/10.3991/ijet.v13i05.7981

Aktaruzzaman, M., & Plunkett, M. (2017). Institutional and Community Perceptions of Distance Education in Bangladesh: Preparing for the 21st Century. Turkish Online Journal of Distance Education, 18(4), 20-34.

Burke, J., & Claughton, A. (2019). Playing with or next to? The nuanced and complex play of children with impairment. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 23(10), 1065-1080, DOI: 10.1080/13603116.2019.1626498

Burke, J., Redford, M., Coker, H., & McDonough, S. (2017). Developing international partnerships for teacher education through digital platforms: possibilities for transformational partnership. Journal of the World Federation of Associations of Teacher Education. 1(4).

Glowrey, C. (2018). "Soldier Settlement at Yanakie: The Making of a Model Post-war Rural Community." Victorian Historical Journal, 89(1), 89-112.

Goriss-Hunter, A, Echter, A, Firmin, S, and Oseni, T. (2018). “Undoing” Gender: How the SEIT Women’s group works across university and community lines to promote inclusive STEM. Studies in Adult Education, 24(3), 3-9. The Ljubljana University Press. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.4312/as.24.3.3-9

Sellings, P., Felstead, K., & Goriss-Hunter, A. (2018). Developing pre-service teachers: The impact of an embedded framework in literacy and numeracy. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 43(4), 1-16.

Book chapters

Dyson, M., & Plunkett, M. (2018). A narrative account of the research journey. In M. Dyson & M. Plunkett (Eds.), Surviving, Thriving and Reviving in Adolescence: Research and Narratives from the School for Student Leadership (Chapter 3, pp. 27 – 42). Singapore: Springer.

Dyson, M., & Plunkett, M. (2018). Choice theory, relationships and community. In M. Dyson & M. Plunkett (Eds.), Surviving, Thriving and Reviving in Adolescence: Research and Narratives from the School for Student Leadership (Chapter 4, pp. 43 – 67). Singapore: Springer.

Dyson, M., & Plunkett, M. (2018). Concluding summary. In M. Dyson & M. Plunkett (Eds.), Surviving, Thriving and Reviving in Adolescence: Research and Narratives from the School for Student Leadership (Chapter 12, pp. 203 – 205). Singapore: Springer.

Dyson, M., & Plunkett, M. (2018). Surviving, Thriving and Reviving in Adolescence: Research and Narratives from the School for Student Leadership. Springer Publishing.

Dyson, M., & Plunkett, M. (2018). The journey begins. In M. Dyson & M. Plunkett (Eds.), Surviving, Thriving and Reviving in Adolescence: Research and Narratives from the School for Student Leadership (Chapter 1, pp. 1– 5). Singapore: Springer.

Dyson, M., & Plunkett, M. (2018). The student perspective. In M. Dyson & M. Plunkett (Eds.), Surviving, Thriving and Reviving in Adolescence: Research and Narratives from the School for Student Leadership (Chapter 5, pp. 69 – 90). Singapore: Springer.

Emmett, S., Glowrey, C. & Johnson, N. (2019). Transforming futures for Koorie pre-schoolers in Gippsland through community-educative partnerships.In S. Plowright, M. Green & N. Johnson (Eds.), Educational researchers and the regional university: Agents of regional-global transformation. Dordrecht: Springer.

Felstead, K. (2019). A turning point in the complex lives of young mothers. In J. Minaker, D. Byrd, & A. O’Reilly, Eds.). Feminist perspectives on young mothers, and young mothering (pp. 119 – 133). Bradford, Ontario, Canada: Demeter Press ISBN: 978-1-77258-208-6

Goriss-Hunter, A. (Forthcoming). Bad Mothers Club. In Anna Lise (Ed.). Inside Jokes: Feminist Perspectives on Humour and Laughter. Canada: Demeter Press..

Goriss-Hunter, A. (Forthcoming). Patchwork Girl: fractured maternal monsters. In Abby Palko and Linn Baran (Eds). Monstrous Mothers: Troubling Tropes. Canada: Demeter Press.

Glowrey, C. & Plowright, S. (2019). Reflecting on a nascent South Gippsland birth-year 6 oral language partnership. In S. Plowright, M. Green & N. Johnson (Eds.), Educational researchers and the regional university: Agents of regional-global transformation. Dordrecht: Springer.

Kronborg, L., Plunkett, M., Gamble, N., & Kaman, Y. (2018). Control and resilience: The importance of an internal focus to maintain resilience in academically able students. Gifted and Talented International, 32(1), 59-74. https://doi.org/10.1080/15332276.2018.1435378

Plunkett, M. (2018). Gifted students in rural and remote settings.In J. Jolly and J. Jarvis (Eds.), (Chapter 11, pp. 171-192), Exploring Gifted Education: Australian and New Zealand Perspectives. UK: Routledge.

Plunkett, M., & Dyson, M. (2019). ‘Broadening horizons’: Raising youth aspirations through a Gippsland school/industry/university partnership, in M. Green, S. Plowright, & N. F. Johnson, (Eds.) (Chapter 6, pp. 93-114), Educational Researchers and the Regional University - Agents of Regional-Global Transformation. Singapore: Springer.

Plunkett, M., & Dyson, M. (2018). The teacher perspective. In M. Dyson & M. Plunkett (Eds.) Surviving, Thriving and Reviving in Adolescence: Research and Narratives from the School for Student Leadership (Chapter 6, pp. 91 – 105). Singapore: Springer.

Plunkett, M., & Dyson, M. (2018). The parent perspective, In M. Dyson & M. Plunkett (Eds.), Surviving, Thriving and Reviving in Adolescence: Research and Narratives from the School for Student Leadership (Chapter 7, pp. 107 – 125). Singapore: Springer.

Plunkett, M., Dyson, M., & Holcombe, W. (2018). Experimenting with place: The China project. In M. Dyson & M. Plunkett (Eds.), Surviving, Thriving and Reviving in Adolescence: Research and Narratives from the School for Student Leadership (Chapter 11, pp. 173 – 201). Singapore: Springer.

Plunkett, M., & Kronborg, L. (2019). Teaching gifted education to pre-service teachers: Lessons learned. In S. R. Smith (Ed.), International Handbook of Giftedness and Talent Development in the Asia-Pacific. Springer International Handbooks of Education. Singapore: Springer. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-13-3021-6_67-1

Reeves, M., Dyson, M., & Plunkett, M. (2018).  A chronological history of the school. In M. Dyson & M. Plunkett (Eds.), Surviving, Thriving and Reviving in Adolescence: Research and Narratives from the School for Student Leadership (Chapter 2, pp. 7 – 25). Singapore: Springer.

Reports and non peer reviewed articles

Burke, J., Smith, J., Chew, R., Mehana, M., Echter, A., & Job, K. (2019). The Pizzicato Effect in the City of Hume. Federation University Australia.

Coyle, J., Freire, K., Wood, D., Wilding, C., Taylor, D., Ganguly, R., Burke, J., Downing, L., & Siliézar, L. (2018). The influence of disability, socioeconomic status and regionality on higher education access and participation. Research report.

Coyle, J., Freire, K., Wood, D., Wilding, C., Taylor, D., Ganguly, R., Burke, J., Downing, L., & Siliézar, L. (2018). The influence of disability, socioeconomic status and regionality on higher education access and participation: Practical advice for stakeholders working with students with disability. Research Report.

Non-refereed conference papers

Antoun, M., Kronborg, L., & Plunkett, M. (2017, July). The importance of culture in defining and accommodating giftedness: A Lebanese perspective. Paper presented at the 22nd Biennial World Council for Gifted and Talented Children World Conference: Global Perspectives in Gifted education, Sydney, Australia.

Burke, J. (2019, July). Selection into Initial Teacher Education in Victoria: The dangers of homogenising the teaching profession. ATEA National conference, Sippy Downs, QLD.

Burke, J. (2017, October). Teachers with impairments: In or out of the teaching profession? The Inclusive Education Summit. Adelaide, SA.

Burke, J.,Claughton, A. (2017, October). Playing with or next to? The nuanced and complex play of children with impairments. The Inclusive Education Summit Adelaide.

Burke, J., & Goriss-Hunter, A. (2018, July). Responding to student diversity by teaching for inclusion. Transformative Teacher Education in Local and Global Contexts, 5th Biennial WFATE Conference, Melbourne.

Burke, J., Smith, J., Chew, R., Mehana, M., Echter, A., & Job, K. (2019, July). “The violin makes my brain feel happy”: Children’s perceptions of learning to play a musical instrument in a community-based music program. SJIDE Conventicle, Federation University Australia.

Claughton, A. (2019, July). An educator’s journey: Learning through play. SJIDE Conventicle, Federation University Australia.

Claughton, A. (2017, October). Conceptualising play and inclusion through a barriers to learning and learning portals framework. The Inclusive Education Summit, Adelaide.

Elvey, M. (2017, October). Is teacher registration missing the mark in inclusive education? The Inclusive Education Summit 2017. Adelaide, SA.

Emmett, S. (2017). Working with families and children –Gender Based Violence within Early Years contexts. Maternal and Child Health Conference. Victoria. Australia.

Emmett, S., Glowrey, C. & Johnson, N.  (2018, September). Transforming Futures: Gippsland Early Childhood Services and Victoria’s Marrung Aboriginal Education Plan 2016-2026. Webinar Presentation, Churchill.

Emmett, S. Reeder, L. and Schneider, K. (2019, December). ‘Think Equal’ in Early Childhood: An Australian randomised control trial to assess the impact of a targeted personal, social and emotional program. Presentation to AARE Conference, Brisbane,.

Emmett, S., Reeder, L., & Schneider, K. (2019, July). ‘Think Equal’ in Early Childhood: An Australian randomised control trial to assess the impact of a targeted personal, social and emotional program. SJIDE Conventicle, Federation University Australia.

Emmett, S. & Schmidt Neven, R. (2017). Respectful Relationships and Responsive Engagement: An interactive conversation. Association of Graduates in Early Childhood Studies. University of Melbourne. Melbourne. Australia.

Faisal, N., Chadhar, M., Goriss-Hunter, A. & Stranieri, A. (2019). Are ERP Simulation Games Assisting Students to be Job-Ready? An Australian University’s Perspective. Australasian Conference on Information Systems, December, Fremantle, WA.

Felstead, K. (2019, December). Young mothers and the ‘cloak of invisibility’: Learning from the margins. Presentation to AARE Conference, Brisbane.

Felstead, K. (2019, October). Collaborative partnerships with very young mothers in early childhood contexts. Presentation to Early Childhood Conference, Mt Helen.

Felstead, K. (2019, July). Young mothers and the ‘cloak of invisibility’: Learning from the margins. Presentation to the SJIDE Conventicle, Mt Helen.

Frost-Camilleri, L., Levy, S. & Briede, M. (2019, July). Apprentices’ perceptions of their supported acquisition of multi-literacies. NCVER Conference, TAFE SA, Adelaide. https://www.ncver.edu.au/news-and-events/events/past-events/past-events/28th-national-vocational-education-and-training-research-conference-no-frills/2019-conference-program

Glowrey, C. (2019, July). Rural education: Curriculum as a catalyst for community regeneration and engagement in secondary schools. SJIDE Conventicle, Federation University Australia.

Goriss-Hunter, A. (2019). Girls, gamers and design-your-own-adventures: Exploring secondary students and teachers’ lived experience of digital pedagogies. WE2ST Conventicle, Federation University, Australia.

Goriss-Hunter, A., & Archer, V. (2019, July). Diverse Practices: Analysing narratives of academics’ identifications and pedagogies. SJIDE Conventicle, Federation University Australia.

Goriss-Hunter, A. & Burke, J. (2018, July). Mobilizing a lens of inclusivity within Initial Teacher Education. Teacher Education IN and For Uncertain Times, 2018 ATEA and TEFANZ Conference, Melbourne.

Goriss-Hunter, A., Echter, A., Javidan, F., Burke, W., Meade, A., Oseni, T., & Firmin, S. (2019, July). What makes them stay? Exploring teaching approaches and initiatives that may encourage women’s engagement in STEM within Higher Education. SJIDE Conventicle, Federation University Australia.

Levy, S. & Briede, M. (2019, November). Addressing the characteristics and self-perceptions of regional enabling students: Supporting equity and success. EPHEA & NAEEA Conference, University of Wollongong.

Levy, S., Briede, M. & Frost-Camilleri, L. (2018, November). Apprentices’ perceptions of their supported acquisition of literacy and numeracy skills. OctoberVET, Ballarat. https://federation.edu.au/schools/school-of-education/research/research-groups/rave-researching-adult-and-vocational-education/vet-events

Mansfield, C., McGraw, A., McDonough, S., Crosswell, L., Weatherby-Fell, Morrison, C. (2017, November). Resilience in teacher education: Responding to unique challenges by staying BRITE. Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE), Canberra.

Mehana, M. (2018, July). Global inclusive education in early childhood: Too little, too late? Paper presented at the meeting of the World Federation of Associations for Teacher Education (WFATE) Fifth Biennial Conference, Melbourne, Australia.

Pantelich, M. (2019, November). A student-centred approach: the English Language Support Service for international students. Conference paper presented at AALL, The University of Notre Dame, Fremantle, Australia.

Pantelich, M. (2019, May). A student-centred approach: the English Language Support Service for international students in Higher Education. Workshop presented at TasTESOL, Sacred Heart College, Hobart, Australia.

Plunkett, M., & Holcombe, W. (2019, July). Building confidence in regional pre-service teachers for teaching gifted students. Paper presented at 23rd Biennial World Conference. World Council for Gifted and Talented Children, Nashville, Tennessee.

Plunkett, M., & Kronborg, L. (2019, July). Preparing future teachers to understand and appropriately respond to gifted students in their classrooms: Results from a longitudinal case study. Paper presented at 23rd Biennial World Conference. World Council for Gifted and Talented Children, Nashville, Tennessee.

Plunkett, M., & Kronborg, L. (2018, July). How can teacher education courses prepare graduates to understand and appropriately respond to gifted students in their classrooms? Results from a longitudinal case study. Workshop presented at World Federation of Associations of Teacher Education (WFATE) 2018 Conference, Melbourne.

Plunkett, M., & MacGregor, L. (2018, July). Pre-service teachers’ perceptions of the value of completing an extended practicum in their final year. Paper presented at ATEA/TEFANZ Conference, Melbourne.

Robertson, D. (2017, November). Inclusive teaching in HPE: The what, the why and the how. 2017 ACHPER Conference, Monash University Melbourne.

Skene, G. (2019, July). The application of the ‘Three-Dimensional Space Approach’ to a study with teachers with impairments. SJIDE Conventicle, Federation University Australia.

Smith, P. (2017, October). The barriers to a student living with disability completing an HDR (Higher Degree by Research) qualification at an Australian University. The Inclusive Education Summit (TIES), Adelaide, SA.

Peer reviewed conference papers

Burke, J., Plunkett, M., & Li, B. (2017). Peer enhancement of learning and teaching for teacher educators. In A. Garcia-Valcarcel, F. J. Garcia Penalvo, M. Martin Del Pozo (Eds.) Search and research: teacher education for contemporary contexts. (pp. 347-356). Salamanca, Espana: Ediciones de Universidad de Salamanca. ISBN: 978 84 9012 769 8 https://books.google.es/books?id=2ykqDwAAQBAJ&pg

Cooper, M. & Johnstone, C. (2017). Into the Unknown – Risk taking in intercultural experiences to develop resilience with socially and culturally inclusive teachers. In Proceedings of the 4th Asia Pacific Conference on Advanced Research (APCAR - Mar, 2017), Melbourne, Asia Pacific Institute of Advanced Research (APIAR). ISBN: 978-0-9953980-0-9

Johnstone, C. (2017). Adult education in, between and for stronger communities. In G. Kong and E. Boeren (Eds.), Adult Education for Inclusion & Diversity Conference Proceedings 2017 (pp. 240-246). Centre for Research in Education Inclusion & Diversity (CREID), University of Edinburgh, UK.

Speaking invitations

Emmett, S. (2018). Culture Change in Early Childhood Education Settings: How can we make a difference? Keynote address to the Association of Graduates in Early Childhood Education Leadership for Change Symposium, Melbourne, 5th July.

Burke, J. (2018). Creating inclusive learning environments where students of all abilities can thrive. School Planning, Design and Construction Conference, Melbourne.

Emmett, S (2019).  THINK EQUAL: Equity in Early Childhood Contexts, 2019 Mindful Futures Network Conference, Melbourne.

Glowrey, C. (2019).  Uncovering our coastal history at Cape Liptrap, Tarwin Landcare Group, Guest speaker, Honey Tree Hill.

Glowrey, C. (2019). Prom Country History, Prom Country Festival, Guest Speaker, Foster.

Glowrey, C. (2019). Corner Inlet history, Gippsland Community Leadership Program, Guest Speaker, Port Welshpool.

Pantelich, M. (2019, September). It’s better to live in the country than in the city. Discuss. Invited member of panel presentation. English Australia Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 19-20 September.

Research grants

2019-2020. DET, State Government of Victoria ($25,000).Will I stay or will I go … regional, rural, remote? Addressing teacher shortages through a framework for attracting, supporting and retaining graduate teachers. Burke, J., Brandenburg, R., Plunkett, M., Glowrey, C., Goriss-Hunter, A., McGraw, A., Echter, A., Wines, C., Schmidt, B., Davis, S.

2017-2019. Association of Graduates in Early Childhood Services (AGECS). Culture Change in Early Childhood Education ($25,000). Emmett, S.

2019 Emma and Tom’s THINK EQUAL Randomised Control Trial. ($25,000). Emmett, S., Reeder, L., Schneider, K.