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111-Feb-2019Greening the Wharfies: organisational learning for sustainability at Sydney Theatre CompanyDalton, Valerie Anne; Cooksey, Ray W ; Hunter, James 10-Oct-2019
22016Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Anxiety: Implications of Comorbidity on Executive Function DeficitsCueli, Marisol; Gonzalez-Castro, Paloma; Garcia, Trinidad; Areces, Debora; Loew, Stephen ; Rodriguez, Celestino18-May-2017
32016Visual stress in the classroom: a review of fluorescent lighting, ultra-white paper, reading discomfort and unexplained learning difficultiesLoew, Stephen 23-May-2017
42000Analogies of Creativity and Curriculum Standards for Integrating Arts for Creative Arts EducationAuh, Myung-sook 27-Jan-2010
529-May-2019Applying Post Concepts: Theorizing Voice and Power with Foucault, Butler, and Deleuze and GuattariCharteris, Jennifer 12-Feb-2020
62012Health Education in Context: An Overview and Some ObservationsTaylor, Neil ; Quinn, Frances ; Littledyke, Michael ; Coll, Richard K18-Jun-2012
72012The Influence of Context on Health Education: Observations, Conclusions and RecommendationsTaylor, Neil ; Quinn, Frances ; Littledyke, Michael ; Coll, Richard K18-Jun-2012
82013'Should I Stay or Should I Go?': Rural and Remote Students in First Year STEM CoursesWilson, Susan; Lyons, Terry ; Quinn, Frances 16-Jul-2013
92009First-year Biology Students' Understandings of Meiosis: An investigation using a structural theoretical frameworkQuinn, Frances ; Pegg, John E ; Panizzon, Debra L 3-Feb-2010
102013Relationships between learning approaches and outcomes of students studying a first-year biology topic on-campus and by distanceQuinn, Frances ; Stein, Sarah16-Jul-2013

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