Category: Refereed article

Second chance education: barriers, supports and engagement strategies

Author: Harry Savelsberg, Sylvia Pignata, Pauline Weckert University of South Australia Edition: Volume 57, Number 1, April 2017 Summary: Second chance education programs are now a well-established presence in institutions seeking to provide access and equity pathways for socio-economically disadvantaged groups.

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Second chance learning in Neighbourhood Houses in Victoria

Author: Tracey Ollis, Karen Starr, Cheryl Ryan, Jennifer Angwin and Ursula Harrison Deakin University Edition: Volume 57, Number 1, April 2017 Summary: Neighbourhood Houses in Victoria are significant sites of formal and informal education for adult learners. Intrinsically connected to local

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University Transition Challenges for First Year Domestic CALD Students from Refugee Backgrounds: A Case Study from an Australian Regional University

Author: Eric Kong, Sarah Harmsworth, Mohammad Mehdi Rajaeian, Geoffrey Parkes, Sue Bishop, Bassim AlMansouri, Jill Lawrence University of Southern Queensland Edition: Volume 56, Number 2, July 2016 Summary: Culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) is used broadly and inclusively to describe communities

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Remaking education from below: the Chilean student movement as public pedagogy

Author: Jo Williams, Victoria University Edition: Volume 55, Number 3, November 2015 Summary:  This article considers the Chilean student movement and its ten-year struggle for public education as an example of public pedagogy. Secondary and university students, along with the

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“Come in and look around.” Professional development of student teachers through public pedagogy in a library exhibition

Authors: Anne Hickling-Hudson & Erika Hepple, Queensland University of Technology Edition: Volume 55, Number 3, November 2015 Summary:  This paper describes a public pedagogy project embedded into The Global Teacher, a subject within the Bachelor of Education program for student

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Protest music as adult education and learning for social change: a theorisation of a public pedagogy of protest music

Author: John Haycock, Monash University Edition: Volume 55, Number 3, November 2015 Summary:  Since the 1960’s, the transformative power of protest music has been shrouded in mythology. Sown by musical activists like Pete Seeger, who declared that protest music could

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Reaching for the arts in unexpected places: public pedagogy in the gardens

Author: Ligia Pelosi, Victoria University Edition: Volume 55, Number 3, November 2015 Summary:  What constitutes public pedagogy? The term is broad and can be applied in so many situations and settings to the learning that occurs outside of formal schooling.

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Visual Communication Design as a form of public pedagogy

Author: Meghan Kelly, Deakin University Edition: Volume 55, Number 3, November 2015 Summary:  This paper identifies visual communication design as a form of public pedagogy. Communication design practices aim to achieve the successful transmission of a message to a recipient in

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Literacy mediation in neighbourhood houses

Author: Sally Thompson Edition: Volume 55, Number 3, November 2015 Summary:  Interactions between staff in Neighbourhood Houses, and the socially and educationally disadvantaged community members who visit Neighbourhood Houses, have been viewed through many lenses, including community development, social support, caring

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Memories in Motion: learning, process, history and art in public space

Author: Debbie Qadri, Victoria University Edition: Volume 55, Number 3, November 2015 Summary:  This essay presents an art project as an example of two aspects of public pedagogy. The first, is that the project critically examined how history is made, and

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