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Researcher: te Riele, KM (Professor Kitty te Riele)

Fields of Research

Specialist Studies in Education
Professional Ethics (incl. police and research ethics)
Education Policy
Teacher Education and Professional Development of Educators
Criminology
Social and Cultural Geography
Vocational Education and Training Curriculum and Pedagogy
Education Systems
English and Literacy Curriculum and Pedagogy (excl. LOTE, ESL and TESOL)
Applied Sociology, Program Evaluation and Social Impact Assessment
Secondary Education
Sociology of Education
Causes and Prevention of Crime
Gender, Sexuality and Education

Research Objectives

Equity and Access to Education
Religion and Ethics
Justice and the Law
Teacher and Instructor Development
Assessment and Evaluation of Curriculum
Education and Training
Pedagogy
Crime Prevention
Expanding Knowledge through Studies of Human Society
School/Institution Community and Environment
Education and Training Theory and Methodology
Expanding Knowledge in Education
Gender and Sexualities

Career Best Publications

Educational alternatives for marginalised youth; Australian Educational Researcher
Ethics and Education Research; Sage Publications Ltd
Excluded from school: getting a second chance at a ‘meaningful’ education; International Journal of Inclusive Education
Negotiating Ethical Challenges in Youth Research; Routledge
Negotiating risk and hope: a case study of alternative education for marginalized youth; Schools for marginalized youth: an international perspective
Philosophy of hope: concepts and applications for working with marginalized youth; Journal of Youth Studies
Putting the jigsaw together: Flexible Learning Programs in Australia Final Report
Raising educational attainment: how young people’s experiences speak back to the Compact with young Australians; Critical Studies in Education
Youth transition in Australia: challenging assumptions of linearity and choice; Journal of Youth Studies
Youth ‘at risk’: further marginalizing the marginalized?; Journal of Education Policy

Research Publications

'Schools are for us': The importance of distribution, recognition and representation to creating socially just schools; Mainstreams, Margins and the Spaces In-between: New possibilities for education research
A place-based critical pedagogy in turbulent times: restoring hope for alternative futures; Critical pedagogy in the 21st century: a new generation of scholars
Alternative education and social justice: considering issues of affective and contributive justice; Critical Studies in Education
Beacon program at Cressy District High School: Case study
Breaking down the sense of ‘us and them` in a regional town; Schools, Communities and Social Inclusion
Case Study: Hunter TAFE Skills for Tomorrrow Program
Case Study: SEDA Sports Development Program Darwin
Case Study: Youth off the Streets, Key College
Challenging the logic behind government policies for school completion; Journal of Educational Administration and History
Conundrums for youth policy and practice; Interrogating conceptions of “vulnerable youth” in theory, policy and practice
Distance travelled: outcomes and evidence in flexible learning options; Australian Educational Researcher
Editorial: Teaching in alternative and flexible education settings; Teaching Education
Education at the Heart of the Children’s Court: Evaluation of the Education Justice Initiative Final Report
Education Policy 'At Risk'; Controversies in Education
Educational alternatives for marginalised youth; Australian Educational Researcher
Ethical Challenges in Visual Educational Research; Visual Research Methods in Educational Research
Ethics and Education Research; Sage Publications Ltd
Evaluation of the Education Justice Initiative: Interim Report
Excluded from school: getting a second chance at a ‘meaningful’ education; International Journal of Inclusive Education
Exploring Ethical Issues in Youth Research: An Introduction; Young
Exploring the affective dimension of teachers’ work in alternative school settings; Teaching Education
Flexible learning for better earnings; Insight
Formal frameworks as resources for ethical youth research; Negotiating ethical challenges in youth research
Interest, learning, and belonging in flexible learning programmes; International Journal on School Disaffection
Interrogating Conceptions of 'Vulnerable Youth' in Theory, Policy and Practice; Sense Publishers
Learning Choices: A Map for the Future
Learning from Reciprocal Peer Observation: A collaborative self-study; Studying Teacher Education
Making ethical deliberations public: Some provisional resources for youth research ethics; Youth Studies Australia
Making ethical deliberations public: Some provisional resources for youth research ethics; Youth Studies Australia
Making Schools Different: Alternative Approaches to Educating Young People; Sage Publications Ltd
Negotiating Ethical Challenges in Youth Research; Routledge
Negotiating risk and hope: a case study of alternative education for marginalized youth; Schools for marginalized youth: an international perspective
One size does not fit all: belonging and marginalised youth; Education and Belonging
Ongoing inequality in a 'knowledge economy': Perceptions and actions; International Studies in Sociology of Education
Outcomes from Flexible Learning Options for disenfranchised youth: what counts?; International Journal of Inclusive Education
Passport to a Positive Future: Evaluation of the Melbourne Academy
Philosophy of hope: concepts and applications for working with marginalized youth; Journal of Youth Studies
Professional Learning in Flexible Learning Programs: Supporting staff to foster socially inclusive schooling
Putting the jigsaw together: Flexible Learning Programs in Australia Final Report
Raising educational attainment: how young people’s experiences speak back to the Compact with young Australians; Critical Studies in Education
Schooling practices for marginalized students - practice-with-hope; International Journal of Inclusive Education
SKYS 2Faze and Young Parents program: Case study
St Luke’s Educational Services Unit (ESU): Case study
Student voice and the community forum: finding ways of 'being heard' at an alternative school for disenfranchised young people; British Educational Research Journal
Townsville Flexible Learning Centre: Case study
Valued outcomes in the counter-spaces of alternative education programs: success but on whose scale?; Geographical Research
Wirreanda Adaptive Vocational Education (WAVE) program: Case study
Young people, education and hope: Bringing VET in from the margins; International Journal of Inclusive Education
Youth transition in Australia: challenging assumptions of linearity and choice; Journal of Youth Studies
Youth ‘at risk’: further marginalizing the marginalized?; Journal of Education Policy

Research Projects

Factors Affecting the Establishment of Flexible Learning Programs
Review of Literacy Teaching, Training and Practice in Government Schools

Research Candidate Supervision