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Al Daylami, Mohammed, Bennison, Brian, Coutts, Chris, Hassan, Faisal, Hasan, Jameel, Huijser, Henk, McLoughlin, Bryce, McMaster, David and Wali, Fatima (2015) The Establishment of Bahrain Polytechnic: Assumptions Questioned, Myths Exposed, and Challenges Faced. In: Myths in Education, Learning and Teaching: Policies, Practices and Principles. Palgrave Macmillan, New York, pp. 114-132. ISBN 9781137476975


Guenther, John Education is the key, but do we need to change the locks? In: NARU Public Seminar Series, 20 November 2013, Darwin.


Hall, Lisa (2018) "Not looking at us level": Systemic barriers faced by Aboriginal teachers in remote communities in Central Australia. Journal of Critical Race Inquiry, 5 (1).


Lyutykh, E, Strickland, M, Fasoli, Lyn and Adera, B (2016) Third Parties in Home-School Connections: Learning from Conversations with Nondominant Families Crossing Cultures. Journal of Family diversity in Education, 2 (2). ISSN 2325 6389


Michie , Michael (2014) Working Cross-culturally: Identity Learning, Border Crossing and Culture Brokering. Sense Publishers, The Netherlands. ISBN 978-94-6209-678-3

Michie , Michael (2013) Methodological pluralism and narrative inquiry. Cultural Studies of Science Education , 8 (3). pp. 517-520. ISSN 1871-1510


Ober, Robyn (2004) Reflections on both-ways at Batchelor Institute. BiiteN Newsletter: Reflections by Educators, 13. pp. 8-9.

Ober, Robyn The Two Ways Philosophy at Batchelor Institute for Indigenous Tertiary Education, Australia. In: Indigenous Universities: Experiences and Visions for the Future. Instituto Internacional de Intergracion, pp. 31-38. ISBN 978-99954-849-6-5


Strickland, M, Lyutykh, E, Fasoli, Lyn and Adera, B (2015) Refocusing School-Directed Home–School Connections: Learning From Conversations of "Other/ed" Families Crossing Cultures. In: Toward Justice: Culture, Language and Heritage in Education Research and Practice, April 16-20 2015, Chicago, Illinois, USA. (Unpublished)

Shaw, G, Wallace, R and Barton-Johnson, S (2006) To improvise and be innovative in the way you teach. In: Science, ICT and Mathematics Education in Rural and Regional Australia: the SiMERR National Survey. PANDORA electronic collection . University of New England Press, Armidale. ISBN 1863899979

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