Published materials include

Peer reviewed papers:
Fairy tales and the creation of a distinct Australian identity in early Australian children’s literature, In TEXT, November, 2017.
Olga Ernst: Australian fairytale pioneer (2010) In Women’s History Network Journal, UK Issue 64.

Anthology entries: 
In The Oxford Companion to Fairy Tales, Second Edition (2016)  Jack Zipes ed.
Ethel Pedley
May Gibbs
Olga Ernst

Recent Articles
Civics and Citizenship in Primary and Secondary Schools (2017) in  Compak Online, VTCA, written with Gerry Martin, VCAA & Louise Phillips, Crusoe 7-10 Secondary College. 
Glen Iris Primary School: Quality Teaching and Learning, 1865-2015 (2015), School Council: Glen Iris (Editor).
Signs of Friendship (2011), a short story in Chopper Rescue and other stories: mentoring highly able writers, Teaching Solutions: Melbourne.
Nail Boy, (2006) Auslan/standard English split screen animation CD and children’s book.
A Linear Life, (2005) read on Radio for the Print Handicapped: Queensland.

Manuals and Textbooks
Girlfriends! Teacher Manual (2010), Teaching Solutions: Melbourne.
Mental Well-Being, (2002) Presenters Module for Coaching Athletes Disabilities, Presentation kit for coaches working with athletes with mental illnesses. 
Opening Doors (2001), in Count Me In, Australia Sports Commission
Teachers Talk About: Experiences of Integrating Students with Disabilities, (1996) Australian Sport Commission.

Some examples of articles written for parents
Regular feature articles in First Steps, TKG: Melbourne include:
STEM for toddlers (2017)
Neurodevelopment (2016)
Choosing a childcare centre (2016)
School Readiness (2015)
Exploring Art through Picture Storybooks (2010) reprinted 2016.
Is your child a visual learner? (2006) series on learning styles

Some examples of articles written for educators:
Article in Deakin University Disability Studies Reader (1996-2000)
Leading, Learning, Modelling (2007), in Educational Technology Solutions, Issue 21, Australian Media Group, Blackburn.



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