Kristina Lyn Everett


NameKristina Lyn Everett

Research outputs

Telling stories of excellence in university teaching: Developing a framework for exceptional teaching performance/practice
Ashford-Rowe, Kevin, Nulty, Duncan and Everett, Kristina. (2016) Telling stories of excellence in university teaching: Developing a framework for exceptional teaching performance/practice. Exploring freedom and control in global higher education: 2016 SRHE Annual Research Conference. United Kingdom: Society for Research into Higher Education. pp. 1 - 4

Conference item

Creating inter-cultural spaces for co-learning
Everett, Kristina and Hummell, Eloise. (2013) Creating inter-cultural spaces for co-learning. Coolabah. 10(1), pp. 73 - 87.

Journal article

Swallowed Words :bringing up an Aboriginal past in the city
Everett, Kristina Lyn. (2011) Swallowed Words :bringing up an Aboriginal past in the city. Coolabah.

Journal article

Daruganora: Modelling new practice for sustainable, collaborative research led learning and teaching relationships between schools and universities
Everett, Kristina Lyn, Ambler, Trudy, Hummell, Eloise, Collins, Melissa, Davis, Rhonda, Humphries, Natalie and Franklin, Corrinne. (2010) Daruganora: Modelling new practice for sustainable, collaborative research led learning and teaching relationships between schools and universities. The Australasian Journal of University Community Engagement. 5(1), pp. 62 - 86.

Journal article

Urban Aboriginal ceremony: when seeing is not believing
Everett, Kristina Lyn. (2010) Urban Aboriginal ceremony: when seeing is not believing. In In F Peters-Little, A Curthoys and J Docker (Ed.). pp. 229 - 245 ANU E Press.

Book chapter

Welcome to country...not
Everett, Kristina. (2009) Welcome to country...not. Oceania. 79(1), pp. 53 - 64. https://doi.org/10.1002/j.1834-4461.2009.tb00050.x

Journal article

Traditional urban Aboriginal religion
Everett, Kristina. (2009) Traditional urban Aboriginal religion. Coolabah. 3, pp. 75 - 86.

Journal article

Affecting change through assessment: Improving indigenous studies programs using engaging assessment
Everett, Kristina. (2008) Affecting change through assessment: Improving indigenous studies programs using engaging assessment. ATN Assessment 08: Engaging Students with Assessment. Australia: University of South Australia. pp. 1 - 6

Conference item

Too much information: when the burden of trust paralyses representation
Everett, Kristina. (2008) Too much information: when the burden of trust paralyses representation. In Indigenous biography and autobiography pp. 147 - 157 Australian National University Press.

Book chapter

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