Jacqueline Ullman
Jacqueline Ullman
Associate Professor, School of Education, Western Sydney University
Verified email at westernsydney.edu.au - Homepage
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Teacher positivity towards gender diversity: Exploring relationships and school outcomes for transgender and gender-diverse students
J Ullman
Sex Education 17 (3), 276-289, 2017
Bureaucratic constructions of sexual diversity:‘sensitive’,‘controversial’and silencing
J Ullman, T Ferfolja
Teaching Education 26 (2), 145-159, 2015
Digital Opportunities for Civic Education
J Kahne, J Ullman, E Middaugh
Making Civics Count: Citizenship Education for a New Generation, 207-228, 2012
Free2Be?: Exploring the schooling experiences of Australia’s sexuality and gender diverse secondary school students
J Ullman
Ladylike/butch, sporty/dapper: exploring ‘gender climate’ with Australian LGBTQ students using stage–environment fit theory
J Ullman
Sex Education 14 (4), 430-443, 2014
Critical thinking skills in the International Baccalaureate’s “Theory of Knowledge” subject: Findings from an Australian study
DR Cole, J Ullman, S Gannon, P Rooney
Australian Journal of Education 59 (3), 247-264, 2015
Investigating the relationship between ‘school climate,’ school-related outcomes and academic self-concept for Australian, secondary school-aged same-sex attracted youth
J Mikulsky, J Ullman
Australian Association for Research in Education (AARE), 2006
The Elephant in the (Class) Room: Parental Perceptions of LGBTQ-Inclusivity in K-12 Educational Contexts.
J Ullman, T Ferfolja
Australian Journal of Teacher Education 41 (10), 15-29, 2016
Intentional learning with technological proxies: Goal orientations and efficacy beliefs
J Hanham, J Ullman, J Orlando, J McCormick
Australian Journal of Education 58 (1), 36-49, 2014
Gender and sexuality in education and health: voices advocating for equity and social justice
T Ferfolja, J Ullman
Sex education 17 (3), 235-241, 2017
‘At-risk’or school-based risk? Testing a model of school-based stressors, coping responses, and academic self-concept for same-sex attracted youth
J Ullman
Journal of Youth Studies 18 (4), 417-433, 2015
Gender and sexuality diversity and schooling: progressive mothers speak out
T Ferfolja, J Ullman
Sex Education 17 (3), 348-362, 2017
Silencing (Homo)Sexualities in School…A Very “Bad” Idea
J Mikulsky, J Ullman
M/C Journal 8 (1), 2005
Theory of knowledge (TOK): Exploring learning outcomes, benefits and perceptions
DR Cole, S Gannon, J Ullman, P Rooney
Bethesda, MD: International Baccalaureate Organization, 2014
Opportunity lost and (re) written out: LGBTI content in Australia's" new" National Health and Physical Education curriculum
T Ferfolja, J Ullman
Contemporary issues of equity in education, 69-87, 2014
IB Programme: Theory of Knowledge (TOK): Exploring learning outcomes, benefits, and perceptions.
D Cole, S Gannon, J Ullman, P Rooney
http://ibo.org/research/policy/programmevalidation/diploma/documents …, 2014
Breaking out of the (anti) bullying ‘box’: NYC educators discuss trans/gender diversity-inclusive policies and curriculum
J Ullman
Sex Education 18 (5), 495-510, 2018
Troubling silences and taboo texts: Constructing safer and more positive school climates for same-sex attracted high school students in Australia
J Ullman, K McGraw
Gender and sexualities in education: A reader, 298-312, 2014
Use of Web-Based Surveys in Social Science and Education Research: Practical and Methodological Considerations
J Mikulsky, J Ullman
Change: Transformations in Education 8 (2), 71-90, 2005
Understanding sociological theory for educational practices
T Ferfolja, CJ Diaz, J Ullman
Cambridge University Press, 2018
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