Bianca Coleman
Bianca Coleman
Lecturer - Humanities and Social Sciences Education, University of Tasmania
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Factors that limit and enable preschool-aged children’s physical activity on child care centre playgrounds
B Coleman, JE Dyment
Journal of Early Childhood Research 11 (3), 203-221, 2013
The intersection of physical activity opportunities and the role of early childhood educators during outdoor play: Perceptions and reality
J Dyment, B Coleman
Australasian Journal of Early Childhood 37 (1), 90-98, 2012
Writing together to foster wellbeing: Doctoral writing groups as spaces of wellbeing
K Beasy, S Emery, L Dyer, B Coleman, D Bywaters, T Garrad, J Crawford, ...
Higher Education Research & Development 39 (6), 1091-1105, 2020
Homonormativity and celebrating diversity: Australian school staff involvement in gay-straight alliances
R Grant, K Beasy, B Coleman
International Journal of Inclusive Education 25 (8), 960-975, 2021
Becoming researchers: Making academic kin in the Chthulucene
B Verlie, S Emery, M Osborn, K Beasy, B Coleman, K Kezabu, J Nicholls
Australian Journal of Environmental Education 33 (3), 145-159, 2017
Beyond ‘safety’: teachers and school staff approaches to LGBTI-inclusion in Tasmanian schools
R Grant, K Beasy, S Emery, B Coleman
International Journal of Inclusive Education 25 (3), 394-410, 2021
History storytelling with Esri's story maps application
B Coleman
Teaching History 49 (4), 60-61, 2015
Higher order thinking through Calculus for Kids
CKH Chin, A Fluck, CL Chong, I Penesis, D Ranmuthugala, B Coleman
Journal of Digital Learning and Teaching Victoria 4 (1), 26-31, 2017
Important non-academic attributes in Australian initial teacher education
L Sheridan, B Coleman, TL Durksen
The Australian Educational Researcher 49 (2), 387-406, 2022
Fostering EfS connections for community wellbeing: working meaningfully with what we’ve got
S Emery, K Beasy, B Coleman
Universities as Living Labs for Sustainable Development, 435-447, 2020
Early adopters of geospatial technologies for teaching geography in Australian secondary schools
BJ Coleman
University of Tasmania, 2018
Preparing initial teacher education students for flexible learning programs
J Thomas, B Coleman, EH Birgerson
Australian Journal of Teacher Education (Online) 47 (1), 66-79, 2022
Reflections of a student engagement program designed and delivered by academics
K Beasy, R Morrison, B Coleman, C Mainsbridge
Journal of Applied Learning & Teaching 5 (1), 1-12, 2022
Academics’ perspectives on a student engagement and retention program: dilemmas and deficit discourses
B Coleman, K Beasy, R Morrison, C Mainsbridge
Teaching in Higher Education, 1-18, 2021
Preparing pre-service teachers for Flexible Learning Programs: A pilot study
J Thomas, B Coleman, E Herrlander Birgerson
Australian Association for Research in Education Conference, ., 2019
Mapping the Non-Academic Attributes Critical for Preservice Teachers: What is Common, Core and Contextual?
BJ Coleman, L Sheridan, TL Durksen
European Conference on Educational Research, ., 2019
'They're actually pretty skilled” A report on a trial of preparing Initial Teacher Education Students for working at St Francis Flexible Learning Centre
J Thomas, B Coleman, T Mason, R Green
Inclusive Practices: Supporting Schools, Supporting Students
K Beasy, R Grant, S Emery, B Coleman
Visualising LGBT-inclusive practices: A resource informed by teachers and support staff
KM Beasy, L Dyer, RF Grant, BJ Coleman, SG Emery
# GEACONF2018, ., 2018
Context matters: Supporting staff working with LGBT students in schools
KM Beasy, RF Grant, BJ Coleman, SG Emery
# GEACONF2018, ., 2018
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