Journal Articles

  • Macqueen, S. (2013). Grouping for InequityInternational Journal of Inclusive Education, 17(3), 295-309.
  • Reynolds, R. (2013). Globalization and international social studies classroom practice. Journal of International Social Studies, 3(1), 1-3.
  • Ruth Reynolds (2013) A Review of “Re-shaping Education for Citizenship: Democratic National Citizenship in Hong Kong”, The Journal of Educational Research, 106(6), 485-486, DOI: 10.1080/00220671.2013.787854 .
  • Reynolds, R., Ferguson-Patrick, K., & McCormack, A. (2013). Dancing in the ditches: reflecting on the capacity of a university/school partnership to clarify the role of a teacher educator. European Journal of Teacher Education, 36(3), pp. 307-319. DOI:10.1080/02619768.2012.755514 .
  • Reynolds, R. & Vinterek, M. (2013). Globalization and classroom practice: insights on learning about the world in Swedish and Australian schools. Nordidactica, 3, The online version of this paper can be found at: www.kau.se/nordidactica .
  • Southgate, E., Reynolds, R. & Howley, P. (2013). Professional experience as a wicked problem in initial teacher education. Teaching and Teacher Education, 31(1), 13-22.
  • Reynolds, R. (2012). Editorial. Social studies, democracy and global service. Journal of International Social Studies, 2(2), 1-5.
  • Reynolds, R. (2012). Editorial. Civics and Citizenship Education in Its Global Context: The Complexity of Global Citizenship Dialogues. Education Sciences. 2, 190-192; doi:10.3390/educsci2040190.
  • Reynolds, R. (2011). Teaching History in Primary School: Interrogating the Australian Curriculum. Curriculum Perspectives, 31(2), 78-83.
  • Brown, J. R. (2010). Book review: Peaceful pedagogy: Teaching human rights through the curriculum. Issues in Educational Research, 20(2), 198-200.
  • Grushka, K. M., & Donnelly, D. J. (2010). Digital technologies and performative pedagogies: Repositioning the visual. Digital Culture & Education, 2, 83-102.
  • McLeod, J. and Reynolds, R. (2010). Teaching Human Rights across the curriculum. Ethos, 8(3), 17-20.
  • Reynolds, R. (2010). National perspectives. The Social Educator, 8(3).
  • Reynolds, R. (2010). The Use of Tertiary Texts in Australia. Journal of International Social Studies, 1(1), 48-50.
  • Reynolds, R. (2010). Some highlights of the SEAA Biennial conference. The Social Educator.
  • Reynolds, R. & Brown, J. (2010). Social justice and school linkages in teacher education programmes. European Journal of Teacher Education, 33 (4), 405–419.
  • Reynolds, R. & Lane, S. (2010). Engaging with difference: Using the arts and the community to help children connect with others. Curriculum Matters, 6, 120-141.
  • Kusmawan, U., O’Toole, J. M., Reynolds, R., & Bourke, S. (2009). Beliefs, attitudes, intentions and locality: the impact of different teaching approaches on the ecological affinity of Indonesian secondary school students. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 18(3), 157-169.
  • Macqueen, S. (2009). Preservice teaching and values education: achieving authenticity. Social Educator, 27(1), 16-22.
  • Ferguson-Patrick, K. (2008). The values of citizenship in a cooperative classroom : early career teachers perspectives. Social Educator, 26(3), 11-18.
  • Kusmawan, U. and Reynolds, R. (2008). An analysis of elementary teachers’ understanding of citizenship and environmental issues: A perspective from Indonesia. The Social Educator, 26(2), 4-10.
  • Reynolds, R. (2008). The use of historical fiction to promote a critical citizenry. Curriculum Perspectives, 28(1), 1-10.
  • Reynolds, R. and Lane, S. (2008). Using Creative Arts and Geography to Promote the Celebration of Diversity. Education Connect, Issue 13.
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