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Associate Professor Roselyn M Dixon
Associate Professor Roselyn M Dixon
Associate Professor, School of Education Faculty of Social Sciences University of Wollongong
Verified email at uow.edu.au
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Towards inclusive schools: An examination of socio-cultural theory and inclusive practices and policy in New South Wales DET schools
RM Dixon, I Verenikina
Learning and socio-cultural theory: Exploring modern Vygotskian perspectives …, 2007
912007
Family contribution to the vocational lives of vocationally competent young adults with intellectual disabilities
RM Dixon, CA Reddacliff
International Journal of Disability, Development and Education 48 (2), 193-206, 2001
752001
For the love of dog: the human–dog bond in rural and remote Australian indigenous communities
S Constable, R Dixon, R Dixon
Anthrozoös 23 (4), 337-349, 2010
552010
Transitioning primary school students with Autism Spectrum Disorder from a special education setting to a mainstream classroom: successes and difficulties
T Martin, R Dixon, I Verenikina, D Costley
International Journal of Inclusive Education 25 (5), 640-655, 2021
402021
The experience of transitioning two adolescents with Asperger syndrome in academically focused high schools
RM Dixon, K Tanner
Australasian Journal of Special Education 37 (1), 28-48, 2013
372013
Making sense of multi-sensory environments: A scoping review
A Cameron, P Burns, A Garner, S Lau, R Dixon, C Pascoe, M Szafraniec
International Journal of Disability, Development and Education 67 (6), 630-656, 2020
352020
The digital technology in the learning of students with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) in applied classroom settings
K Tanner, R Dixon, I Verenikina
EdMedia+ Innovate Learning, 2586-2591, 2010
272010
Bringing it to the teachers: Building a professional network among teachers in isolated schools
FM McLean, RM Dixon, I Verenikina
Australian and International Journal of Rural Education 24 (2), 15-22, 2014
252014
Nursing student's attitudes towards people with disabilities can they be changed?
C Johnston
http://www. aare. edu. au/98pap/joh98196. htm, 2006
252006
The use of iPads in the home setting for students with autism spectrum disorders
RM Dixon, I Verenikina, D Costley, S Pryor
Journal of Special Education Technology 30 (4), 193-206, 2015
242015
School leadership and Aboriginal student outcomes: Systematic review
K Trimmer, R Dixon, J Guenther
Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education 49 (1), 20-36, 2021
212021
Approaches to dog health education programs in Australian rural and remote Indigenous communities: Four case studies
SE Constable, RM Dixon, RJ Dixon, JA Toribio
Health promotion international 28 (3), 322-332, 2013
212013
Underachievement in a whole city cohort of academically gifted children: What does it look like?
RM Dixon, R Craven, A Martin
192006
The transition experiences of students with disabilities moving from primary to secondary schools in NSW, Australia
F Pitt, R Dixon, W Vialle
International Journal of Inclusive Education 25 (7), 779-794, 2021
172021
Are we doing enough?: Assessing the needs of teachers in isolated schools with students with Oppositional Defiant Disorder in mainstream classrooms
F McLean, R Dixon
Education in Rural Australia 20 (2), 53-62, 2010
172010
Using slowmation to develop the social skills of primary school students with mild intellectual disabilities: Four case studies
A Shepherd, G Hoban, R Dixon
Australasian Journal of Special Education 38 (2), 150-168, 2014
162014
Healing the hand that feeds you: Exploring solutions for dog and community health and welfare in Australian Indigenous Cultures
SE Constable, G Brown, RM Dixon, R Dixon
162008
How schools avoid enrolling children with disabilities
LJ Graham, H Proctor, RM Dixon
152016
The big fish strikes again but in a different place: Social comparison theory and children with special needs
RM Dixon, M Seaton, RJ Dixon
122008
The measurement of multidimensional self-concept in adults with mild intellectual disability
RM Dixon, R Craven, A Martin
122006
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