Rebecca English
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Facebookİ goes to college: Using social networking tools to support students undertaking teaching practicum
RM English, JA Duncan-Howell
Journal of Online Learning and Teaching 4 (4), 596-601, 2008
1832008
Use your freedom of choice: Reasons for choosing homeschool in Australia
R English
Journal of Unschooling and Alternative Learning 9 (17), 1-18, 2015
372015
Selling education through “culture”: Responses to the market by new, non-government schools
R English
The Australian Educational Researcher 36 (1), 89-104, 2009
342009
Transition of self: Repositioning the celebrity brand through social media—The case of Elizabeth Gilbert
R Johns, R English
Journal of Business Research 69 (1), 65-72, 2016
302016
Fish out of water: refugee and international students in mainstream Australian schools
IE Dumenden, R English
International Journal of Inclusive Education 17 (10), 1078-1088, 2013
292013
The most private private education: Home education in Australia
R English
Home School Researcher 29 (4), 1-7, 2013
172013
Teaching undergraduate students community nursing: Using action research to increase engagement and learning
C Seib, R English, A Barnard
Journal of Nursing Education 50 (9), 536-539, 2011
172011
Too cool for homeschool? Accessing underground unschoolers with Web 2.0.
R English
Routledge/Taylor & Francis Group, 2015
162015
Mothers influencing mothers: the use of virtual discussion boards and their influence on consumption
R Johns, R English
International Journal of Web Based Communities 10 (3), 319-338, 2014
122014
Virtual communities as tools to support teaching practicum: Putting Bourdieu on Facebook
R English, J Howell
Handbook of research on methods and techniques for studying virtual …, 2011
112011
School choice in a new market context: A case study of The Shelbyville College
RM English
Queensland University of Technology, 2005
112005
Rent-a-crowd? Crowdfunding academic research
R English
First Monday 19 (1), 1-7, 2014
92014
Gender considerations in online consumption behavior and internet use
R English
IGI Global, 2016
52016
Techno teacher moms: Web 2.0 connecting mothers in the home education community
R English
Gender considerations in online consumption behavior and Internet use, 96-111, 2016
52016
Schooling from home: An ad-hoc answer to low teacher numbers?
R English
Principal Matters 93, 18-20, 2012
52012
Aaishah's choice: Muslims choosing home education for the management of risk
R English
Other Education: The Journal of Educational Alternatives 5 (1), 55-72, 2016
42016
Anti-vax truthiness: how social media echo chambers reinforce anti-vax beliefs in parents
R English
Social media: Practices, uses and global impact (Media and Communications …, 2017
32017
Helping children with home education: How home education can enable good educational outcomes for children and young people in out-of-home care
K Gribble, R English
International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies 7 (2), 240-256, 2016
32016
Internationalising Australian secondary education
RM English
Griffith University, 2012
32012
Parents choices in ‘new times’: A case study of The Shelbyville College
RM English
The Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association, 2006
32006
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