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 Browse by Socio-Economic Objective (1998) The SEO Classification allows R&D data to be classified according to the researcher's perceived purpose. The purpose categories take account of processes, products, health, education and other social and environmental aspects of particular interest. -> Division 3 - Society -> 740000 - Education and Training -> 749900 Other Education -> 749903 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education :

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Annual Report 2003 (2004) 175 38
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Annual Report 2004 (2005) 111  
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit Annual Report 2005 (2006) 193 237
Luke, A., Woods, A., Land, R., Bahr, M. and McFarland, M. (2002) Accountability: Inclusive Assessment, Monitoring and Reporting Brisbane: The University of Queensland, School of Education 198  
Boulton-Lewis, Gilliam M., Marton, Ference, Lewis, David C. and Wilss, Lynn A. (2004) A longitudinal study of learning for a group of indigenous Australian university students: Dissonant conceptions and strategies. Higher Education, 47 1: 91-111. doi:10.1023/B:HIGH.0000009807.00392.33 77   14 Cited 16 times in Scopus16 0
Nelson, A. L. and Allison, H. (2004) A visiting occupational therapy service to indigenous children in school: Results of a pilot project. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 33 55-60. 71  
Tamisari, F. and Milmilany, E. (2003) Dhinthun Wayawu - Looking for a pathway to knowledge: Towards a vision of Yolngu Education in Milingimbi. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 32 1-11. 79  
Boulton-Lewis, Gillian M., Wilss, Lynn and Lewis, David (2003) Dissonance between conceptions of learning and ways of learning for indigenous Australian university students. Studies In Higher Education, 28 1: 79-89. doi:10.1080/0307507032000031145 45   6 Cited 9 times in Scopus9 0
Mackinlay, Elizabeth and Huggins, Jackie (2003) Editorial. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 31 ii-ii. 43  
Foley, Dennis L. (1999) Entrepreneurship in Indigenous Australia: The importance of education. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 27 2: 47-54. 46  
Mortimer, B. and Woolcock, G.W.E. (2004) Expansion of the Remote Area Teacher Education Program (RATEP): Report and Business Plan Ipswich: UQ Boilerhouse CSRC 173  
Doherty, C. (2002) Extending horizons: Critical technological literacy for urban Aboriginal students. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 46 1: 50-59. 26   7 Cited 6 times in Scopus6
Doherty, C. (2000). Extending horizons: Technological literacy for urban Aboriginal students. In: Information Technologies in Educational Innovation for Development: Interfacing Global and Indigenous Knowledge. Sixth UNESCO-ACEID International Conference on Education, Bangkok, (11). 12-15 December 2000. 23  
Stewart, J. and Mackinlay, E. (2003) Fostering voice and representation: Exploring the use of focus groups with Indigenous Australian tertiary students. Ngulaig, 19 1-46. 81  
Mackinlay, Elizabeth and Dunbar-Hall, Peter (2003) Historical and dialectical perspectives on the teaching of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander musics in the Australian education system. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 32 29-40. 131  
Goos, M. E., Jolly, L. and Kostogriz, A. (2005). Home school and community partnerships for numeracy education in a remote indigenous community. In: M. Goos, C. Kanes and R. Brown, Proceedings of the Fourth International Mathematics Education and Society Conference. Mathematics Education and Society, Gold Coast, Australia, (176-187). July 2005. 133  
Foley, Dennis L. (2000) Indigenous research, differing value systems. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 28 1: 17-30. 168  
Mackinlay, Elizabeth (2005) Moving and dancing towards decolonisation in education: An example from an Indigenous Australian performance classroom. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 34 113-122. 266 2
Jennifer Frances Connelly (2002). Narratives from the field of difference : white women teachers in Australian indigenous schools PhD Thesis, School of Education, The University of Queensland. 171 6
Renshaw, P., Kapitzke, C., Mayer, D. E. and Roulston, K. (2001). Pedagogical issues in a cyber literacy program for indigenous youth in regional Australia. In: What We Know and How We Know It. What We Know and How We Know It, Seattle, (). 10-14 April 2001. 100  
Memmott, Paul (2005). Positioning the Traditional Architecture of Aboriginal Australia in a World Theory of Architecture. In: J. Silas, H. Santosa, F. T. B. Samodra, E. Y. Astuti and J. Krisdianto, Informal Settlements and Affordable Housing, [Meeting and Conference Proceedings. Informal Settlements and Affordable Housing, Department of Architecture, Institute of Technology Sepuluh Nopember, Surabaya, (1-1-1-26). 17-18 November, 2005. 476 2
McConaghy, C. Rethinking Indigenous Education: Culturalism, Colonialism, and the Politics of Knowing. Flaxton, Qld: Post Pressed, 2000. 2882  
Macdonald, D. and Abbott, R. A. (2004). Reversing the trend in the Torres Strait: A postcolonial analysis of 'lifestyle'. In: W. Shilton and R. Jeffery, International Education Research Conference Abstracts of papers. Positioning Education Research: AARE 2004, Melbourne, Australia, (156-156). 28 November - 2 December 2004. 54  
Barney, Katelyn (2007) Sending a message: How Indigenous Australian women use contemporary music recording technologies to provide a space for agency, viewpoints and agendas. World of Music, 49 1: 105-123. 386 2 1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Mackinlay, E. (2004) Teaching and learning race and gender in an Indigenous Australian performance studies classroom: An embodied approach to pedagogy. Australian Journal of Music Education, 1 32-46. 91 1
Mackinlay, Elizabeth (2005). The interface between music education and musicology: An ethnomusicological perspective. In E. Mackinlay, D. Collins and S. Owens (Ed.), Aesthetics and Experience in Music Performance (pp. 311-316) Newcastle, England: Cambridge Scholars Press. 51  
Mackinlay, E. (2004). The pedagogical as performative: Opening up spaces for teaching and learning Indigenous women's music and dance. In M. Ewans, R. Halton and J. A. Phillips (Ed.), Music research: New directions for a new century (pp. 166-176) Cambridge Scholars Press: London, United Kingdom. 55  
Stewart, J. (2002) The relevance of the 'learning styles debate' for Australian Indigenous students in mainstream education. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 30 2: 13-19. 212  
Kapitzke, C. and Renshaw, P. (2004). Third space in cyberspace: Indigenous youth, new technologies and literacies. In Jos van der Linden and Peter Renshaw (Ed.), Dialogic Learning: Shifting Perspectives to Learning, Instruction, and Teaching First ed. (pp. 45-62) London: Kluwer Academic Publishers. 97  
Cadet-James, Yvonne (2001) Thoughts about research from an Indigenous prespective. Aboriginal and Islander Health Worker Journal, 25 1: 17-18. 27  
Mackinlay, E., Thatcher, K. and Seldon, C. (2004) Understanding social and legal justice issues for Aboriginal women within the context of an Indigenous Australian studies classroom: A problem-based learning approach. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 33 23-30. 68  
Kapitzke, C., Bogitini, S., Chen, M., MacNeill, G., Mayer, D., Muirhead, B. and Renshaw, P. (2000) Weaving words with the Dreamweaver: Literacy, indigeneity, and technology. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy, 44 4: 336-345. 54   3