Publications

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Dr. Jennifer Brooker

Professional Articles

Brooker, J. (2017) “Youth Work Education – A Look at International Youth Work Education Programs from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, The United Kingdom and the USA.” in Journal of Applied Youth Studies. Vol 12 No 1:43-58.

 

 

Brooker, J. (2016) “Youth Work Education – Same Same but Different: A Look at International Youth Work Programs from Australia, Canada, New Zealand, The United Kingdom and the USA.” in RCYC-Net Spring 2017.

 

 

Brooker, J. (2016) ‘What matters? – A Demographic and Social Profile of Australia’s Young People in the Beginning of the 21st Century’. in Relational Child and Youth Care Practice. Vol 29 Issue 4/2016; 55-74.

 

 

Brooker, Jennifer (2016) Jugendliche mit Migrationshintergrund und indigene Jugendliche in Australien und Herausforderungen für die Ausbildung von Fachkräften der Kinder- und Jugendarbeit. In: Forum Erziehungshilfen, 22. Jg., Heft 4, S., 237-241.

 

 

Daniels, J. & Brooker, J. Educational Research (2014): Student identity development in Higher Education: implications for graduate attributes and work-readiness.”, Educational Research, DOI: 10.1080/00131881.2013.874157

 

 

Brooker J. (2004) “A Whole Approach to Remedies – Lavender (Lavendula officinalis).” Journal of Australian Naturopathic Practitioners’ Association Autumn 2004, Australian Naturopathic Practitioners Association, Melbourne.

 

 

Brooker, J. (2004) “Finding the Time to Breathe.” Journal of Australian Naturopathic Practitioners’ Association Autumn 2004 Australian Naturopathic Practitioners Association, Melbourne.

 

 

Brooker, J. (2003) “A Whole Approach to Remedies – Vervain (Verbena Officinalis).” Journal of Australian Naturopathic Practitioners’ Association Summer 2003 Australian Naturopathic Practitioners’ Association, Melbourne.

 

 

Brooker, J. (2003) “Childhood Depression. A Reflection.” Journal of Australian Naturopathic Practitioners’ Association Spring 2003 Australian Naturopathic Practitioners Association, Melbourne.

 

 

Brooker, J. (2003) “Impotence/Erectile Dysfunction. A natural look at an older problem.Journal of Australian Naturopathic Practitioners’ Association Winter 2003 Australian Naturopathic Practitioners’ Association, Melbourne.

 

 

Brooker, J. (2003) “A Whole Approach to Remedies. Sage (Salvia Officinalis)” Journal of Australian Naturopathic Practitioners’ Association Autumn 2003 Australian Naturopathic Practitioners Association, Melbourne.

 

 

Brooker, J. (2002) “A Whole Approach to Remedies. for the Physical Body.” Journal of Australian Naturopathic Practitioners’ Association Spring 2002 Australian Naturopathic Practitioners’ Association, Melbourne.

 

 

Brooker, J. (2002) “Family Tree Health – a new approach.” Journal of Australian Naturopathic Practitioners’ Association Spring 2002 Australian Naturopathic Practitioners’ Association, Melbourne.

 

 

Brooker, J. (2002) “For the times they have changed.” Journal of Australian Naturopathic Practitioners’ Association Spring 2002 Australian Naturopathic Practitioners’ Association, Melbourne.

 

 

Brooker, J. (2002) “Tibet – from the inside.” Journal of Australian Naturopathic Practitioners’ Association Winter 2002 Australian Naturopathic Practitioners’ Association, Melbourne.

Book Chapters

Brooker, J. (2019) Teaching Youth Work in Universities – A global perspective. The influences upon university youth worker education programmes in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the US. in Seal, M. (2019) Teaching Youth Work in Higher Education. Tensions, Connections, Continuities and Contradiction. Tartu, Estonia. 76 – 100.

 

 

Seal, M. and Brooker, J. (2019), Introduction. in Seal, M. (2019) Teaching Youth Work in Higher Education. Tensions, Connections, Continuities and Contradiction. Tartu, Estonia. 23 – 35.

 

 

Ringland, V., Habdja, H. and Brooker, J. (2019) Real lives, real money, real change: YouthBank International. in Sinaauska, K. and Tothovah, L. (eds.) (2019) Social Work Proceedings. Warszawa 2019. Conference Proceedings: Scientific Conference with International Participation 17 – 22 June 2018. Selce Croatia. Wydawnictwo RESPECT Warzawa. 127 – 134

 

 

Brooker, J. (2018) “Educating Work-Ready Youth Workers: Designing a University Program for Australian and International Contexts.” In Loo, S. (ed.) 2018 Teaching and Learning for Occupational Outcomes. Routledge.

 

 

Brooker, J. (2014) “Current Issues in Youth Work Training in the Major English Speaking Countries.” in Belton, B., (ed) Cadjan – Kiduhu’ Global Perspectives on Youth Work. Sense Publishers, USA

Conference Proceedings

2019 175 years looking forward.  Journal of Youth Studies Conference, Newcastle, Australia, December.

 

2017 FICE Child and Youth Care in a Developing World. Kisumu, Kenya, March

 

2016 SCUTREA Conference Proceedings. Youth Work Across the World Since the Global Financial Criss (GFC) pp.335-342

 

2015 Journal of youth studies Conference 2015. Conference Proceedings. Global Youth Work Pre-Service Training: An historical and current comparison. Copenhagen

 

2014 Ensuring Challenging Educator Practice and the Impact of Government Policy in the Learning Space. Second Conference of the ESREA Network on Policy Studies in Adult Education – Interrogating Sustainability in Adult Learning Policy: European and Global Perspective. Aalborg, Denmark.

 

2013 SCUTREA Conference Proceedings, Academic practices: Mapping the training tendencies of Australian Youth Work training. Does training follow industry or policy trends? Glasgow

 

2011 SCUTREA Conference Proceedings, Making Youth Work Training Global, July Lancaster

 

2008 Industry Skills Council, Community Services and Health Conference Making a Difference –   Learning to Make a Difference, Adelaide

 

2005  National Drama Conference Proceedings Canopy New Zealand Dance Conference – Conference Proceedings

 

2004 Drama Victoria: Conference proceedings

 

2000 – 2005  ANPA Journal

Citations

Beighton, C. (2015) Moving on: Speed, Flow and the Liquefaction of Lifelong Learning. In Lifelong Learning: Concepts, Benefits and Challenges, Nova. pp1-16

 

Bhalla, A. and Dawra, S. (2019) Internship and Self Efficacy: A Literature Review On Career Intentions Of Undergraduate Hospitality Students. In Restaurant Business. Vol 118, Issue 9. 

 

Connolly, N. (2020) ‘Young People, Youth work and the Digital World.’ In Schild, H., Connolly, N., Labadie, F., Vanhee, J. and Williamson, H. (eds) Thinking seriously about youth work. How to prepare people to do it. Youth Knowledge #20. Council of Europe and European Commission, Strasbourg. pp291 – 299

 

Corney, T. (2019) ‘Teaching youth work in Australia– values based education and the threat of neoliberalism?’ In Teaching Youth Work in Higher Education. Tensions, Connections, Continuities and Contradiction. Tartu, Estonia.

 

Davis, C. A., & Lester, J. N. (2016). Graduate Students’ Construction of Researcher Identities Explored Through Discourse Analysis. In Qualitative Research in Education, 5(1), 49-76. doi:10.17583/qre.2016.1473

 

Emslie, M. (2019) Thinking practice: A conceptualization of good practice in human services with a focus on youth work. RMIT University.  Melbourne

 

Erden, H. (2016) ‘Experiences of Turkish University Students on Academic Mobility: Before and after Academic Mobility Factors’ in Universal Journal of Educational Research 4(12A): 81-92

 

Giousmpasoglou, C. (2020) ‘Hotel internships and student satisfaction as key determinant to career intention Principal Academic in Human Resources Management, Department of People and Organisations.’ In Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Research. (incorrectly cited as Crawford and Brooker)

 

Hill, J.; Walkington, H. and France, D. (2016) Graduate attributes: implications for higher education practice and policy, Journal of Geography in Higher Education, 40:2, 155-163, DOI: 10.1080/03098265.2016.1154932  https://doi.org/10.1080/03098265.2016.1154932 

 

Jackson, D. (2016) Skill mastery and the formation of graduate identity in Bachelor graduates: evidence in Australia.  Edith Cowan University Online Research.  

 

Jackson, D. (2018) Preparedness for the world-of work: Student perceptions of the development of work-readiness in Australian undergraduate programs. 

 

Jackson, D. (2016) Re-conceptualising graduate employability: the importance professional identity. Research Online, Edith Cowan University. 

 

Jackson, D. (2016) Skill mastery and the formation of graduate identity in Bachelor graduates: evidence from Australia.  Research Online, Edith Cowan University. 

 

Kenwaya, P., Wilkinson, B. and Dowden-Smitha, K. (2019) ‘Students as Contested: Exploring Issues of Student Identity and Identification in Educational Spaces.’ In International Journal for Students as Partners, Vol. 3, Issue 2. October

 

Lopes, B., Silva, P., Melo, A., Brito, E., Dias, G. and Costa, M. (2019) The ‘Lunar Side’ of the Story: Exploring the Sustainability of Curricular Internships in Higher Education. In Sustainability 11, 5879. 

 

Magalhães, M., Morais, P., Lopes, F., Freitas, I. Fernandes, S. and Costa Lobo, C. (2017) Transitions from higher education to labour market: observatory of internships in business organizations Proceedings of INTED2017 Conference, Spain.

 

Marcus, V., Atan, N., Adibah, R. T., Latif, A. and Yusof, S. M. (2019) ‘Promoting Students’ Generic Skills with the Integration of e-Service Learning Platform’ in International Journal of Emerging Technologies in Learning Vol 14 No 20.

 

McGaughey, F., Hartley, L., Banki, S., Duffil, P., Stubbs, M., Orchard, P., Rice, S., Berg, L. and Kerdo, P. (2019) ‘Finally an academic approach that prepares you for the real world’: simulations for human rights skills development in higher education.’ In Human Rights Education Review. Vol 2. No. 1. University of Wollongong, New South Wales.

 

Meleschenko, S., Akhtyamova, A., Gabidullina, E. and Ismagilova, L. (2015) ‘Influence of Interaction between Higher Education Institutions and Audit Organizations on Graduates Training In Management, Economics and Finance Institute’ in Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences, Vol 6 No 1 S3 February

 

Nico, M. (2107) ‘Youth work, cross-sectoral youth policy, and co-operation: critical reflections on a puzzling relationship.’ in Schild, H., Connolly, N., Labadie, F., Vanhee, J. and Williamson, H. (eds) Thinking seriously about youth work. How to prepare people to do it. Youth Knowledge #20. Council of Europe and European Commission, Strasbourg. pp

 

Petkovic, S. and Zentner, M. (2017) Education and training standards for the development of professional youth work practice and quality standards.’ In Thinking seriously about youth work. How to prepare people to do it. Youth Knowledge #20. Council of Europe and European Commission.

 

Pyykkö, R., Vuorio-Lehti, M. and Vuorinen, B. (2020) “The Discursive Governing of Elementary School Student Identity in Norwegian Educational Policy 2000–2015” in International Journal of Learning, Teaching and Educational Research Vol. 19, No. 1, pp. 136-158, January 2020 https://doi.org/10.26803/ijlter.19.1.8

 

Räty, H., Komulainen, K., Harvorsén, C., Nieminen, A. and Korhonen, M. (2018) University students’ perceptions of their ‘ability selves’ and employability: a pilot study’ in Nordic Journal of Studies in Educational Policy

 

Sarasa, C. (2016) Relatos entramados de futuras identidades profesionales docentes. Una indagación narrativa en la formación inicial del profesorado de inglés. Tesis doctoral.  Universidad Nacional de Rosario, Argentina.

 

Silva, P., Lopes, B., Costa, M., Melo, A., Dias, G., Brito, E. & Seabra, D. (2016) ‘The million-dollar question: can internships boost employment?’ in Studies in Higher Education. Routledge.

 

Siurala, L. (2017) ‘Chapter 18. What are the meanings and underlying concepts and theories of youth work?’ in Schild, H., Connolly, N., Labadie, F., Vanhee, J. and Williamson, H. (eds) Thinking seriously about youth work. How to prepare people to do it. Youth Knowledge #20. Council of Europe and European Commission, Strasbourg.

 

Wong, B. & Chiu, Y. (2017) ‘Let me entertain you: the ambivalent role of university lecturers as educators and performers.’ In Educational Review

Project Reports

Survey results. Evaluation of YMCA175 (February 2020).  YMCA World Alliance and YMCA Europe


YMCA175 Research results: What do young people really want? (February 2020) YMCA World Alliance and YMCA Europe


Evaluation of Cohort 4 of the Change Agent Programme. YMCA World Alliance


YMCA175 Post Evaluation: first report (March 2020).  YMCA World Alliance and YMCA Europe


YMCA175 Post Evaluation: second report (November 2020). YMCA World Alliance and YMCA Europe

Evaluation of Erasmus+ Bushcraft as a Youth Work Tool: First Phase Report – Cyprus. For all partners and Erasmus


JLC Supervision Project Evaluation: Cohort 2.  John Lyons Charity, London.


YMCA Worcestershire HMP Hewell Rainbow Project. Final Evaluation. YMCA Worcestershire; Big Lottery.


YMCA Worcestershire HMP Hewell Rainbow Project. Interim Report. YMCA Worcestershire; and Big Lottery.


JLC Supervision Project Evaluation: Cohort 1.  John Lyons Charity, London

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Dr. Marcela Huerta-Villalobos

Presentation at seminars and conferences

November 15th, 2012. International Perspectives on High Need Schools: Implications for Leadership. International School Leadership Development Network Round Table Symposium, UCEA, Denver Colorado, USA.

  

October 1-3, 2014. The role of the critical friend in leadership and school improvement. ACEL National Conference, Melbourne, Australia 

 

January 5-8, 2015. The role of the critical friend in leadership and school improvement. 13th Annual Hawaii International Conference on Education, Honolulu. 

March 9, 2016. “Educational leadership and the contribution of the technical pedagogical head across three types of schools in one Chilean region”. Academic Inauguration at the University of La Serena, Chile. 

 

October 4-6, 2017. “Educational leadership and the contribution of the technical pedagogical head across three types of schools in one Chilean region”. ACEL National Conference, Sydney, Australia.

 

 

Relevant Research Publications

Huerta Villalobos M. (2014). The role of the critical friend in leadership and school improvement. 

Master of Education thesis, The University of Melbourne, Australia. 

 

Arnold, J., Grice, C., Huerta-Villalobos, M., Murphy, S., Venter, A., & Walsh, J. (2017). Minnis Journals – ACEL.

Minnisjournals.com.au. Retrieved 5 December 2017, from http://www.minnisjournals.com.au/acel/

 

Huerta Villalobos M. (2018). Educational leadership and the contribution of the technical pedagogical head 

across three types of schools in one Chilean region. PhD of Education thesis, The University of Melbourne, Australia.

Scholarships and Awards

2009 Becas Chile, Master’s Scholarships abroad 

 

2013 Becas Chile, Doctorate Scholarships abroad 

 

2015 Lorna Stirling Fund Scholarship 

 

2017 New Voice in Educational Leadership Research Scholarship, ACEL.

 

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Christina Elgee

Publications

Elgee, CE; Paynter, MJ. (2018). Leadership in clinical monitoring and testing of common sexually
transmitted infections in youth. Canadian Nurse.
 
Elgee, CE & Shaver, A. (2016). Knowledge Translation plan for Provincial Equity Strategy.
 
Property of the Province of Nova Scotia
Elgee, CE (2015). Framework for Application of Equity Protocol in Central Zone Public Health.
Property of the Province of Nova Scotia.
 
Elgee, CE; MacInnes, A.; Davis, M (2020). Systematic Review of Evidence for Change Needs in
Rural Nova Scotia Socialized Housing.
Submitted to Housing, Theory, & Society
 
Paynter, MJ; MacFadden, A; Shanks, K; Elgee, CE. (TBD). A student-led sexually-transmitted
infection screening clinic on a university campus.
Submitted to Canadian Nurse and Journal of Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
 
Elgee, CE; Davis, M. (TBD). Qualitative Analysis of Youth Resilience in Relation to Housing and
Support Systems Based on Four Factor & Innate Outcomes Paradigm.
Submitted to Journal of Adolescent Health

 

Awards

Canadian Nursing Association Mentor & Leadership Award
 
Dalhousie University Student award for teaching
 
Full scholarship to complete PhD coursework

Volunteer

General Director Public Health Association of Nova Scotia
 
Vice-Chair Halifax Sexual Health Centre Board of Directors
 
Needle Exchange New Brunswick volunteer & educator