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Glenda McGregor
Glenda McGregor
Lecturer, Griffith University, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
E-mail megerősítve itt: griffith.edu.au
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Alternative education sites and marginalised young people:‘I wish there were more schools like this one’
G McGregor, M Mills
International Journal of Inclusive Education 16 (8), 843-862, 2012
2182012
Re-engaging young people in education: Learning from alternative schools
M Mills, G McGregor
Routledge, 2013
214*2013
Educating for (whose) success? Schooling in an age of neo‐liberalism
G McGregor
British Journal of Sociology of Education 30 (3), 345-358, 2009
1382009
Pedagogic voice: Student voice in teaching and engagement pedagogies
A Baroutsis, G McGregor, M Mills
Pedagogy, Culture & Society 24 (1), 123-140, 2016
1352016
Two contrasting Australian curriculum responses to globalisation: What students should learn or become
B Lingard, G McGregor
Curriculum Journal 25 (1), 90-110, 2014
1022014
Excluded from school: Getting a second chance at a ‘meaningful’education
G McGregor, M Mills, K Te Riele, D Hayes
International Journal of inclusive education 19 (6), 608-625, 2015
1012015
Alternative education and social justice: Considering issues of affective and contributive justice
M Mills, G McGregor, A Baroutsis, K Te Riele, D Hayes
Critical Studies in Education 57 (1), 100-115, 2016
882016
Engaging marginalized,“at-risk” middle-level students: A focus on the importance of a sense of belonging at school
D Pendergast, J Allen, G McGregor, M Ronksley-Pavia
Education Sciences 8 (3), 138, 2018
662018
Re-imagining schooling for education
G McGregor, M Mills, K Te Riele, A Baroutsis, D Hayes
Re-imagining Schooling for Education, 161-183, 2017
542017
Student voice and the community forum: Finding ways of ‘being heard’at an alternative school for disenfranchised young people
A Baroutsis, M Mills, G McGregor, K te Riele, D Hayes
British Educational Research Journal 42 (3), 438-453, 2016
512016
Kids Who" Talk Back": Critirally Literate or Disruptive Youth?
G McGregor
Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 44 (3), 220-228, 2000
382000
Exploring the affective dimension of teachers’ work in alternative school settings
K Te Riele, M Mills, G McGregor, A Baroutsis
Teaching Education 28 (1), 56-71, 2017
372017
Learning not borrowing from the Queensland education system: Lessons on curricular, pedagogical and assessment reform
M Mills, G McGregor
The Curriculum Journal 27 (1), 113-133, 2016
372016
Boys and music education: RMX ing the curriculum
G McGregor, M Mills
Pedagogy, Culture & Society 14 (2), 221-233, 2006
372006
Alternative education: Providing support to the disenfranchised
M Mills, G McGregor
International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies 7 (2), 198-217, 2016
312016
High-stakes assessment and new curricula: A Queensland case of competing tensions in curriculum development
B Lingard, G McGregor
Reinventing the curriculum: New trends in curriculum policy and practice …, 2013
292013
'Schools are for us': the importance of distribution recognition and representation to creating socially just schools
M Mills, G McGregor, D Hayes, K te Riele
Mainstreams, margins and the spaces in-between: New possibilities for …, 2015
252015
Counter-narratives that challenge neo-liberal discourses of schooling ‘disengagement’: Youth professionals informing the work of teachers
G McGregor
British Journal of Sociology of Education 38 (4), 551-565, 2017
232017
Teaching in the ‘margins’: Rekindling a passion for teaching
G McGregor, M Mills
British Journal of Sociology of Education 35 (1), 1-18, 2014
232014
Alternative programmes, alternative schools and social justice
J Pennacchia, P Thomson, M Mills, G McGregor
Critical Studies in Education 57 (1), 1-5, 2016
202016
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