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Fasoli, Lyn and Farmer, Rebekah (2015) Unsettling Both-ways Approaches to Learning in Remote Australian Aboriginal Early Childhood Workforce Training. In: Unsettling the Colonial Places and Spaces of Early childhood Education. Routledge, New York, pp. 162-175. ISBN 978-1-138-77936-5

Fasoli, Lyn and Moss, Bonnie (2014) Strong Aboriginal Voices in Early Childhood Intervention design. In: 6th biennial International Indigenous Development Research Conference 2014, 25-28 November, Auckland. (Unpublished)

Fasoli, Lyn, Farmer, Rebekah and Wunungmurra, Alison (2013) You're in new country:Remote Australian Indigenous Educators' Perspectives on Intercultural Practices. In: Institute for Global Education Dilpomacy, 17-20 April, 2013, Washington, USA. (Unpublished)

Farmer, Rebekah, Fasoli, Lyn and Griffiths-Chandron, S (2011) Does availability equate to access. In: National Investment for the Early Years , July 28-29, 2011, Sydney.

Fasoli, Lyn, Farmer, Rebekah, Dockett, Sue and Lord, Alison (2011) Wadeye Early Childhood Workforce Development Project and Culture-Play-Childrens Rights and Ethics. In: Charles Sturt University Seminar, March 4-5 2011, Griffith and Parkes, NSW. (Unpublished)

Farmer, Rebekah and Fasoli, Lyn (2011) You're in new country, Advice for non-Indigenous mentors trainers and teachers. Charles Sturt University, Dubbo & online.

Fasoli, Lyn and Louttit, Jan (2010) Remote Indigenous Families and Early Childhood Practitioners Working Together Final Report. Project Report. Northern Territory Government, Darwin, NT.

Fasoli, Lyn (2010) Learning at Work Book(LaWB) Final Project Report. Project Report. Northern Territory Department of Education and Training & Department of Employment and Workplace Relations, Darwin. (Submitted)

Fasoli, Lyn, Wunungmurra, Alison, Ecenarro, V and Fleet, A (2010) Playing as becoming: Sharing Australian Aboriginal Voices on Play. In: Play in Early Childhood Education: Learning in Diverse Contexts. Oxford University Press, Sydney, pp. 215-232. ISBN 0195569040

Fasoli, Lyn and Lowe, Kaye (2010) Technology, Reading and Early Childhood Services (TRECS) Final Project Report. Project Report. Northern Territory Department of Education and Training & Department of Employment and Workplace Relations, Darwin. (Submitted)

Fasoli, Lyn, Elliot, Alison and Nutton, Georgie (2009) Report: Early Childhood Services Audit. Project Report. Northern Territory Government.

Fasoli, Lyn, Maglis, J, Whitburn, K, Farmer, Rebekah, Grant, S and Lowe, K (2009) Intervention? What does that mean for us?: Perspectives of Remote Indigenous Child Care Workers. International Journal of Equity and Innovation in Early Childhood, 7 (1). pp. 16-28. ISSN 1448-6318

Fasoli, Lyn and Maglis, Selena (2008) The Intervention: What that means for remote Indigenous Children's Service Workers in the NT. In: 20th NT Children's Services Conference, conference, Sustaining Childhood: October 6-8., 6-8 October, 2008, Darwin, NT. (Unpublished)

Fasoli, Lyn and Johns, V (2008) 'Indigenous Child Care'. In: Special Issues in Indigenous Early Childhood. University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

Fasoli, Lyn and James, Ranu (2008) Researching remote Aboriginal children’s services: it’s all about rules. Ngoonjook: a Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues (33). pp. 26-42. ISSN 1039-8236

Fasoli, Lyn (2008) Thinking about Play: Perspectives on play from two remote Indigenous communities in the NT. In: 10th Annual Unpacking conference: Possibilities of Representation. , March 14,15, 2008, Macquarie University, Sydney.

Fasoli, Lyn and Johns, Veronica (2007) Children's Services in remote Australian Indigenous communities: practices and challenges. Canadian Journal of Native Education, 30 (1). pp. 83-101. ISSN 0710-1481

Fasoli, Lyn and James, Ranu (2007) Researching Remote Aboriginal Children's Services: it's all about rules. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 8 (4). pp. 332-343. ISSN 1463-9491


Guenther, John (2019) Child Friendly Alice Technical Report: About the children and families of Alice Springs 2019. Technical Report. Batchelor Institute.


Olcay, Millie, Willsher, Michele and Fasoli, Lyn (2015) The learning is always going both ways: early childhood education action research with remote Indigenous communities in the Northern Territory. In: Finding Common Ground: Narratives, Provocations and Reflections from the 40 Year Celebration of Batchelor Institute. Batchelor Press, Batchelor, pp. 103-112. ISBN 978-1-74131-310-9

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