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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 -> 749904 Education across cultures :

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Rolin-Ianziti, Jeanne (2004) Adapter un manuel de langue a une situation pedagogique particuliere: Le cas de Reflets 1. Aumla: Journal of the Australasian Universities Language and Literature Association, 102 13-38. 133  
De Nooy, Juliana. and Hanna, Barbara E. (2003) A funny thing happened on the way to the forum: Electronic discussion and foreign language learning. Language, Learning and Technology, 7 1: 71-85. 241   33 Cited 41 times in Scopus41
Brown, A, Iwashita, N. and McNamara, T (2005) An Examination of Rater Orientations and Test Taker Performance on English for Academic Purposes Speaking Tasks. TOEFL Monograph Series, 29 1-157. 130  
Al-Issa, Ali Said Mohammed. (2002). An ideological and discursive analysis of English language teaching in the Sultanate of Oman PhD Thesis, Graduate School of Education, The University of Queensland. 1085 17
Champion, E. M. (2005) Astral Travel in Virtual Realms: Evaluating Conceptual Understanding in Digital Reconstructions of Past Cultures. Leonardo Electronic Almanac, 13 6-7: 1-7. 78  
Whap, G. (2001) A Torres Strait Islander perspective on the concept of Indigenous knowledge. Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 29 2: 22-29. 73  
Miller, J. Audible Difference: ESL and Social Identity in Schools. Clevedon United Kingdom: Multilingual Matters, 2003. 74  
Kataoka, M. (2002) Aussie life. Minnano Negai, March: 90-91. 36  
Zhu, Y. (2006) Book Review: Intercultural Conversations, by Winnie Cheng, Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins, 2003. 274 pages. Hardbound ISBN 90 272 4360 9. Journal of Asian Pacific Communication, 16 1: 154-158. 94  
De Nooy, Juliana. (2006) Border Patrol in the Borderless World: Negotiating Intercultural Internet Discussion. Language, Society and Culture, 1 19: 1-8. 173  
Harrington, M. W. and Levy, M. (2001) CALL begins with a C: Interaction in computer-mediated language learning. System, 29 15-26. 102  
Christie, P. H. (2001). Changing cultures and schools in South Africa. In J. Cairns, D. Lawton and R. Gardner (Ed.), Values, Culture and Education (pp. 268-278) London: Kogan Page. 114  
Champion, E. M. (2006). Chapter V-Enhancing Learning Through 3D Virtual Environments. In E Sorensen and D Murchu (Ed.), Enhancing Learning Through Technology 1 ed. (pp. 103-124) Aalborg University, Denmark: Ideas Group Publishing, Information Science Publishing. 140  
Louie, K. (2002) China: Maximizing Australia's Asia knowledge Victoria (Australia): Asian Studies Association of Australia 45  
Smala, S. (2001). Communal divisions in Northern Ireland: Addressing visual symbols and signs. In R. Capeness, A. Kolatsis and A. Woods (Ed.), Creating New Dialogues: Policy, Pedagogy and Reform (pp. 120-126) Flaxton, Qld: Post Pressed. 49  
Boulton-Lewis, G. M., Lewis, D. C. and Wilss, L. A. (2001). Conceptions of formal learning and related aspects of learning for Torres Strait Islander university students: A phenomenographic study. In: Proceedings of the HERDSA Conference. HERDSA Conference, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, (). 8-11 July 2001. 46  
Boulton-Lewis, Gillian M., Pillay, Hitendra K., Wilss, Lynn and Lewis, David C. (2001). Conceptions of health held by Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Papua New Guinea health care students. In: Proceedings - Higher Education Close-up Conference in Higher Education Close Up: Qualitative Research into Higher Education. Higher Education Close-up Conference, Lancaster University, Lancaster, (58-59). 16-18th July, 2001. 67  
Boulton-Lewis, G. M., Lewis, D. C. and Wilss, L. A. (2001). Conceptions of learning: A longitudinal study involving Australia, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander university students. In: Programme & Abstracts: 9th Biennial Conference of European Association of Research on Learning and Instruction EARLI. Bridging Instruction to Learning, Fribourg, Switzerland, (36-36). 28 Aug - 1 Sept 2001. 63  
De Nooy, Juliana. (2004) Conference Report: Independent Language Learning: New Research Directions (Open University, Milton Keynes, UK 4-5 December 2003). Carnet Austral, 20: 11-12. 94  
Smala, S. (2001). Confronting essentialism with essentialism: An anti-sectarian strategy in Northern Ireland. In: What We Know and How We Know It. What We Know and How We Know It, Seattle, (). 10-14 April, 2001. 63  
Smala, S. (1999). Confronting essentialism with essentialism: The Belfast Workers' Educational Association's anti-sectarian strategy. In: Global Issues and Local Effects: The Challenge for Educational Research. Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, Melbourne, (). 27 Nov - 2 Dec 1999. 55  
Smala, S. (2000). Confronting essentialism with essentialism: The Belfast Workers' Educational Association's anti-sectarian strategy. In C. Kapitzke, W-L. Cheung and Y. Yu (Ed.), Difference and Dispersion: Educational Research in a Postmodern Context (pp. 133-139) Flaxton, Queensland: Post Pressed. 62  
Baldauf, Richard B. (2005) Coordinating government and community support for community language teaching in Australia: Overview with special attention to New South Wales. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 8 2-3: 132-144. doi:10.1080/13670050508668602 197 411 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Hambel, S. M. (2005). Critical multicultural education: Beyond the constraints of policy. In I. Milojevic and J. Yamanashi (Ed.), Researching Identity, Diversity and Education (pp. 55-66) Teneriffe, QLD.: Post Pressed. 381  
Crossing Boundaries: Perspectives Across Paradigms in Educational Research. Edited by J. A. Vadeboncoeur and P. Jervis-Tracey Brisbane: Australian Academic Press, 2004. 57  
De Nooy, J. and Hanna, Barbara E. (2003) Cultural information gathering by Australian students in France. Language and Intercultural Communication, 3 1: 64-80. doi:10.1080/14708470308668090 144   0
Michael, R. B. (2004). Cultures at a crossroad: Designing culturally responsive distance education for Chinese learners. In Jennifer A. Vadeboncoeur and Paula Jervis-Tracey (Ed.), Crossing Boundaries: Perspectives across Paradigms in Educational Research (pp. 159-182) Brisbane: Australian Academic Press. 34  
Hickling-Hudson, A. (2001). Decolonising education systems: Comparing postcolonial dilemmas for Cuba and Jamaica. In: Disrupting Preconceptions: Postcolonialism and Education. Disrupting Preconceptions: Postcolonialism and Education, Brisbane, Australia, (16-16). 17-19 August 2001. 85  
Uchiyama, K. (2000) Developing and implementing strategies for Japanese written skills through in-country experience. The Report: Foreign Language Center, 20 3-10. 69  
Uchiyama, K. (2000) Developing and implementing strategies for teaching natural Japanese - Part 2. MLTA Quarterly, 121 35-39. 49  
Barron, P. E. (2000). Developing effective learning styles for Asian hospitality management students. In: E. Michael, Peak Performance in Tourism and Hospitality Research. CAUTHE 2000, Mt Buller, Victoria, (99-99). 2 - 5 February, 2000. 52  
Boulton-Lewis, G. M., Lewis, D. C. and Wilss, L. A. (2001). Dissonance between conceptions of learning and ways of learning for Indigenous Australian university students. In: Programme & Abstracts: 9th Biennial Conference of European Association of Research on Learning and Instruction EARLI. Bridging Instruction to Learning, University of Fribourg, Switzerland, (168-168). 28 Aug - 1 Sept 2001. 27  
Hirst, E. (2001). Diverse voices in a second language classroom: Burlesque, parody and mimicry. In R. Capeness, A. Kolatsis and A. Woods (Ed.), Creating New Dialogues: Policy, Pedagogy and Reform (pp. 9-18) Flaxton, Qld: Post Pressed. 37  
Cryle, P. M. (2005). Dorat. In Patrick Wald Lasowski (Ed.), Romanciers libertins du dix-huitieme siecle, Vol II (pp. 1451-1476) Paris, France: Gallimard. 335  
Chan, W. (2000). Dynamic assessment, background knowledge and learners' development of biological classification concepts. In Cushla Kapitzke, Wing-Leong Cheung and Yuanfang Yu (Ed.), Difference and dispersion: Educational research in a postmodern context (pp. 71-82) Flaxton, Queensland: Post Pressed. 72  
Mackinlay, Elizabeth and Huggins, Jackie (2003) Editorial. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 31 ii-ii. 47  
Mackinlay, E. and Huggins, J. G. (2004) Editorial. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 33 ii-ii. 37  
Mackinlay, E. and Huggins, J. G. (2005) Editorial. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 34 ii-ii. 45  
Mackinlay, E. and Huggins, J. G. (2006) Editorial. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 35 ii-ii. 39  
Mackinlay, Elizabeth and Huggins, Jackie (2003) Editorial: Celebrating 30 years - 1973-2003. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 32 iii-iv. 60  
Pekerti, A. A., Kashlak, R., Osman-Gani, A. and Pekerti, A. (2005). Effects of culture on organizational attribution styles: A study of four Pacific-Rim nations. In: K. Mark Weaver, Academy of Management 2005 Annual Meeting Proceedings: A New Vision of Management in the 21st Century. Academy of Management 2005 Annual Meeting, Honolulu, Hawaii, (). 5-10 August, 2005. 188  
Mackinlay, Elizabeth (2002) Engaging with theories of dialogue and voice: Using Bakhtin as a framework to understand teaching and learning Indigenous Australian women's performance. Research Studies in Music Education, 19 1: 32-45. doi:10.1177/1321103X020190010501 105   Cited 1 times in Scopus1 1
Iwashita, N. and Liem, I (2005) Factors affecting second language achievement in primary school. Australian Review of Applied Linguistics, 28 1: 36-51. 222  
Corrin, J C (2006) Finding the Right Balance in Plural Systems: Training Lawyers in the South Pacific. Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education, 4 2: 171-186. 71  
Yu, Yuanfang. (2002). Foreign language learning : a comparative study of Australian and Chinese university students PhD Thesis, School of Education, The University of Queensland. 380 6
Mackinlay, E. (2005) 'For our mother's song we sing': Yanyuwa Aboriginal women's narratives of experience, memory and emotion. Altitude: an e-journal of emerging humanities work, 6 1-12. 143 14
Milojevic, Ivana (2003). Futures of education : feminist and post-western critiques and visions PhD Thesis, School of Education, The University of Queensland. 1155 8
Champion, E. M. (2007). Games and Geography. In W. Cartwright, M. P. Peterson and G. Gartner (Ed.), Multimedia Cartography 2 ed. (pp. 347-357) Berlin Heidelberg New York: Springer-Verlag. 53  
Santhanam, R., Rousseau, C. and Guzder, J. (2007). Gender and power in therapy: A therapist's perspective. In: Rao, K., International Conference on Psychology in Mental Health. Journey of a profession: Prospects and Challenges, NIMHANS, Bangalore, India, (163-164). July 2007. 57  
Bogitini, S. (1999). Globalisation and the cultural politics of Fijian curriculum. In K. Chalmers, S. Bogitini and P. Renshaw (Ed.), Educational research in new times: Imagining communities for diversity and inclusiveness (pp. 87-96) Flaxton, Queensland: Post Pressed. 41  

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