Vaughan Cruickshank
Vaughan Cruickshank
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The influence of school leadership on student outcomes
V Cruickshank
Open Journal of Social Sciences 5 (9), 115-123, 2017
162017
Construction and validation of a survey instrument to determine the gender-related challenges faced by pre-service male primary teachers
V Cruickshank, S Pedersen, A Hill, R Callingham
International Journal of Research & Method in Education 38 (2), 184-199, 2015
162015
Caution regarding exergames: A skill acquisition perspective
SJ Pedersen, PD Cooley, VJ Cruickshank
Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy 22 (3), 246-256, 2017
132017
Why Men Choose to Become Primary Teachers.
V Cruickshank
Australian Association for Research in Education (NJ1), 2012
122012
Towards a measure of gender-related challenges faced by male primary teachers
V Cruickshank, S Pedersen, PD Cooley, A Hill
Australian Journal of Education 62 (1), 49-60, 2018
92018
The challenges faced by male primary teachers
V Cruickshank
Structuring the Thesis, 47-54, 2018
92018
Capacity building and succession planning
V Cruickshank
Open Journal of Leadership 7, 49-56, 2018
62018
Male primary teachers’ fear and uncertainty surrounding physical contact
V Cruickshank
Education 3-13 47 (2), 247-257, 2019
52019
Male primary school teachers, masculinity and identity work in regional Australia
C Palmer, V Cruickshank, M Drummond, D Reid
Sport, Education and Society, 2019
42019
Followership in the school context
V Cruickshank
Open Journal of Leadership 6, 95-103, 2017
42017
How do male primary teachers negotiate expectations to perform gendered roles in their schools?
V Cruickshank, S Pedersen, D Cooley, A Hill
The Australian Educational Researcher, 1-16, 2019
32019
Physical education across the international media: A five-year analysis
B Hyndman, B Suesee, N McMaster, S Harvey, R Jefferson-Buchanan, ...
Sport, Education and Society, 2019
32019
Challenges faced by the male primary teacher: A literature review
V Cruickshank
The Future of Educational Research, 87-97, 2014
32014
Yes, We Can Play Games Differently: Socialisation of PETE Teachers.
V Cruickshank, K Swabey
Journal of Research & Reflections in Education (JRRE) 7 (1), 2013
32013
Teachers who feel appreciated are less likely to leave the profession
V Cruickshank, A MacDonald
22018
Defining Professional Self: Teacher Educator Perspectives of the Pre-ECR Journey.
A MacDonald, V Cruickshank, R McCarthy, F Reilly
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 39 (3), 1, 2014
22014
Strangers on a train: the politics of collaboration
M Baguley, M Kerby, A MacDonald, V Cruickshank
Australian Educational Researcher, 1-26, 2020
12020
How Did Parents View the Impact of the Curriculum-Based HealthLit4Kids Program Beyond the Classroom?
R Nash, V Cruickshank, A Flittner, C Mainsbridge, S Pill, S Elmer
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health 17 (4), 1449, 2020
12020
How do Australian male primary teachers cope with social isolation in their schools?
V Cruickshank
Education 3-13, 1-14, 2019
12019
Framing gender: Representing male teachers in the Australian and New Zealand press
D Reid, C Palmer, M Drummond, V Cruickshank
australian journalism review 41 (1), 37-52, 2019
12019
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