Sally Baker
Sally Baker
Senior Lecturer, School of Education, UNSW
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Conceptualising the use of Facebook in ethnographic research: as tool, as data and as context
S Baker
Ethnography and Education 8 (2), 131-145, 2013
Exploring teacher-writer identities in the classroom: Conceptualising the struggle.
T Cremin, S Baker
English Teaching: Practice and Critique 9 (3), 8-25, 2010
Higher education and students from refugee backgrounds: A meta-scoping study
G Ramsay, S Baker
Refugee Survey Quarterly 38 (1), 55-82, 2019
‘Hot’,‘Cold’and ‘Warm’supports: towards theorising where refugee students go for assistance at university
S Baker, G Ramsay, E Irwin, L Miles
Teaching in Higher Education 23 (1), 1-16, 2018
Refugees in higher education: Debate, discourse and practice
J Stevenson, S Baker
Emerald Group Publishing, 2018
Exploring the Discursively Constructed Identities of a Teacher-Writer Teaching Writing.
T Cremin, S Baker
English Teaching: Practice and Critique 13 (3), 30-55, 2014
The invisibility of academic reading as social practice and its implications for equity in higher education: a scoping study
S Baker, B Bangeni, R Burke, A Hunma
Higher Education Research & Development 38 (1), 142-156, 2019
People seeking asylum in Australia: Access and support in higher education
L Hartley, C Fleay, S Baker, R Burke, R Field
Perth: National Centre for Student Equity in Higher Education, Curtain …, 2018
Reflections on COVID-19 and impacts on equitable participation: the case of culturally and linguistically diverse migrant and/or refugee (CALDM/R) students in Australian higher …
A Mupenzi, W Mude, S Baker
Higher Education Research & Development 39 (7), 1337-1341, 2020
Disrupting the dominance of ‘linear pathways’: how institutional assumptions create ‘stuck places’ for refugee students’ transitions into higher education
S Baker, E Irwin
Research Papers in Education 36 (1), 75-95, 2021
Core or periphery? The positioning of language and literacies in enabling programs in Australia
S Baker, E Irwin
The Australian Educational Researcher 43 (4), 487-503, 2016
Students’ writing and the transitions from school to university: Hybrid ‘discourse of writing’positions of students and teachers
S Baker
Shifts in the treatment of knowledge in academic reading and writing: Adding complexity to students’ transitions between A-levels and university in the UK
S Baker
Arts and Humanities in Higher Education 17 (4), 388-409, 2018
Building cultural and linguistic bridges: Reflections on a program designed to support adult students from refugee backgrounds’ transitions into university
S Baker, E Irwin, H Freeman, S Nance, J Coleman
Journal of Academic Language and Learning 12 (1), A64-A80, 2018
Methodological diversity as an asset for transition‐focused higher education research with students from refugee backgrounds
S Baker, E Irwin, M Taiwo, S Singh, S Gower, J Dantas
Review of Education 7 (1), 5-32, 2019
Students from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds and meaningful participation in higher education: From peripheral to fundamental concern
S Baker, G Ramsay, C Lenette
Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning 21 (2), 4-19, 2019
Students’ writing ‘in transition’from A-levels to university: how assessment drives students’ understandings, practices and discourses
S Baker
Assessment & Evaluation in Higher Education 42 (1), 18-36, 2017
Transitions from education to employment for culturally and linguistically diverse migrants and refugees in settlement contexts: What do we know?
S Baker, C Due, M Rose
Studies in Continuing Education 43 (1), 1-15, 2021
Wasted, manipulated and compressed time: adult refugee students’ experiences of transitioning into Australian higher education
S Baker, E Irwin, H Freeman
Journal of Further and Higher Education 44 (4), 528-541, 2020
Ethics‐in‐practice in fragile contexts: Research in education for displaced persons, refugees and asylum seekers
A Fox, S Baker, K Charitonos, V Jack, B Moser‐Mercer
British Educational Research Journal 46 (4), 829-847, 2020
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