Kitty Te Riele
Kitty Te Riele
University of Tasmania Australia
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Youth ‘at risk’: further marginalizing the marginalized?
K Riele
Journal of education policy 21 (2), 129-145, 2006
3232006
Ethics and education research
R Brooks, K Te Riele, M Maguire
Sage, 2014
1752014
Educational alternatives for marginalised youth
K Te Riele
The Australian Educational Researcher 34 (3), 53-68, 2007
1592007
Youth transition in Australia: Challenging assumptions of linearity and choice
K te Riele
Journal of youth studies 7 (3), 243-257, 2004
1512004
Schooling practices for marginalized students—practice‐with‐hope
K te Riele
International journal of inclusive education 10 (1), 59-74, 2006
1062006
Putting the jigsaw together: Flexible learning programs in Australia final report
K Te Riele
1042014
Philosophy of hope: Concepts and applications for working with marginalized youth
K te Riele
Journal of Youth Studies 13 (1), 35-46, 2010
1022010
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
852015
Alternative education and social justice: Considering issues of affective and contributive justice
D Mills, M., McGregor, G., Baroutsis, A., Te Riele, K. & Hayes
Critical Studies in Education 57 (1), 100-115, 2016
632016
Learning choices: A map for the future
K Te Riele
Dusseldorp Skills Forum, 2012
572012
Critical Studies in Education: Raising educational attainment: How young people's experiences speak back to the Compact with young Australians
K te Riele
Youth Studies Australia 30 (3), 61-62, 2011
54*2011
Raising educational attainment: how young people's experiences speak back to the Compact with young Australians
K te Riele
Critical Studies in Education 52 (1), 93-107, 2011
542011
Young people, education and hope: bringing VET in from the margins
K Riele, S Crump
International Journal of Inclusive Education 6 (3), 251-266, 2002
532002
Learning at home during COVID-19: Effects on vulnerable young Australians
N Brown, K te Riele, B Shelley, J Woodroffe
Peter Underwood Centre for Educational Attainment, University of Tasmania …, 2020
442020
Learning from reciprocal peer observation: A collaborative self-study
K Pressick-Kilborn, K te Riele
Studying Teacher Education 4 (1), 61-75, 2008
442008
Student voice and the community forum: Finding ways of ‘being heard’ at an alternative school for disenfranchised young people.
D Baroutsis, A., Mills, M., McGregor, G., Te Riele, K. & Hayes
British Educational Research Journal 42 (3), 438–453, 2016
412016
Outcomes from Flexible Learning Options for disenfranchised youth: What counts?
K Te Riele, K Wilson, V Wallace, S McGinty, B Lewthwaite
International Journal of Inclusive Education, 2016
392016
Re-imagining Schooling for Education: Socially Just Alternatives
G McGregor, M Mills, K Te Riele, A Baroutsis, D Hayes
Palgrave, 2017
38*2017
Making schools different: Alternative approaches to educating young people
Sage, 2009
36*2009
From controlling to constructive: youth unemployment policy in Australia and the Netherlands
F Meijers, K Te Riele
Journal of Social Policy 33 (1), 3-25, 2004
322004
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