CCDE Publications 2012


  • Harper, H. (2012). Teachers’ emotional responses to new pedagogical tools in high challenge settings: Illustrations from the Northern Territory. The Australian Educational Researcher, 39(4), 447-461

  • Harper, H., Helmer, J., Lea, T., Chalkiti, K., Emmett, S., & Wolgemuth, J. R. (2012). ABRACADABRA for magic under which conditions? Case studies of a web-based literacy intervention in the Northern Territory. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 35(1), 33-50.
  • Mares S and Robinson G (2012) Culture, context and therapeutic processes: delivering a parent-child intervention in a remote Aboriginal community Australasian Psychiatry Vol 20:2 pp 102-107
  • Robinson, G., Tyler, W., Silburn, S., & Zubrick, S. (2012). Gender, Culture and Intervention: Exploring Differences between Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal Children’s Responses to an Early Intervention Programme. Children and Society, DOI:10.1111/j.1099-0860.2011.00424.x, 1-12.
  • Stock C, Mares S & Robinson G (2012) Telling and Retelling Stories: The use of narrative and expressive approaches in a group intervention with parents and children in a remote Aboriginal community. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy, 33:2, pp. 157-170
  • Wolgemuth, J., Abrami, P., Helmer, J., Savage, R., Harper, H., & Lea, T. (2012). A multisite randomized control trial to examine the impact of ABRACADABRA on early literacy in northern Australia: An analysis of implementation fidelity. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, April 2012, Vancouver, BC, Canada.