Jo Brady


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Research outputs

Leading change in teacher education in Australia through university-school partnerships
Broadbent, Carolyn and Brady, Jo. (2013). Leading change in teacher education in Australia through university-school partnerships. The European Journal of Social & Behavioural Sciences. 4(1), pp. 687 - 703. https://doi.org/10.15405/FutureAcademy/ejsbs(2301-2218).2012.4.4

Journal article

A SiMERRing story: new approaches to professional learning for teachers in rural and regional areas of Australia
Broadbent, Carolyn, Boyle, Maureen and Brady, Jo. (2011). A SiMERRing story: new approaches to professional learning for teachers in rural and regional areas of Australia. In E. O'Doherty (Ed.). Education in a Changing Environment. USA: The Informing Science Institute. pp. 161 - 178

Conference item

Professional links - Professional support: Promoting the development of quality pedagogy and teachers' self-efficacy in the use of ICT within a supportive professional learning community
Broadbent, Carolyn, Boyle, Maureen and Brady, Jo. (2011). Professional links - Professional support: Promoting the development of quality pedagogy and teachers' self-efficacy in the use of ICT within a supportive professional learning community. In In A. Lauriala, R. Rajala and H. Ruokamo & O. Ylitapio-Mantyla (Ed.). pp. 243 - 257 Sense Publishers.

Book chapter

A SiMMERing story: new approaches to professional learning for teachers in rural and regional areas of Australia
Broadbent, C, Boyle, M and Brady, J. (2009). A SiMMERing story: new approaches to professional learning for teachers in rural and regional areas of Australia. In E O'Doherty (Ed.). Education in a Changing Environment. United Kingdom: University of Salford. pp. 102 - 110

Conference item

Children with down syndrome learning mathematics: Can they do it? Yes they can!
Faragher, Rhonda, Brady, Jo, Clarke, Barbara, Gervasoni, Ann and Clarke, Doug. (2008). Children with down syndrome learning mathematics: Can they do it? Yes they can! Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom. 13(4), pp. 10 - 15.

Journal article

Initial survey - Utilising the information and communication technologies to build a professional learning community and to develop mentoring relationships between teachers in local, regional and rural schools.
Boyle, Maureen, Brady, Jo and Broadbent, Carolyn. (2006). Initial survey - Utilising the information and communication technologies to build a professional learning community and to develop mentoring relationships between teachers in local, regional and rural schools [Dataset]. Australian Catholic University. https://doi.org/10.26199/acu.8874y

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