1. Glasswell, K. Mostert, W,  Judd, L. & Mayn, L. (in press). Teaching and Learning: Reading Comprehension. Melbourne ACER Press.
  2. Glasswell, K. & Colwill, R. (2014). Teaching and Learning Reading Comprehension: Navigating Thinking. Melbourne ACER Press.

Book Chapters

  1. Singh, P. & Glasswell, K. (2014/ in press). Differences that Come to Matter. Leading Struggles Against Educational Inequality. In Greer Johnson and Neil Dempster (Editors). Leadership for Learning and Effective Change. Springer Publications.
  2. Mallan, K., Singh, P. & Giardina, N. (2014/ in press). Tech-Savvy Youth and Participatory Research in "iScapes". In Kiki Deliyanni, Lynne Chisholm (Editors). In Changing Landscapes of Childhood and Youth in Europe. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press.
  3. Singh, P., Brown, R. Martsin, M. (2012). Negotiating Pedagogic Dilemmas in Non-Traditional Educational Contexts. An Australian Case Study of Teachers' Work. In Harry Daniels (Editor). Vygotsky and Sociology. Pages 93- 113, Chapter 6. London: Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group. ISBN: 978-0-415-67822-3
  4. Exley, B. & Singh, P. (2011). Social Studies Disciplinary Knowledge: An Australian Case Study of Tensions between State Curriculum and National Assessment in Disadvantaged School Communities. In Frances Christie and Karl Maton (Editors). Disciplinarity: Functional Linguistic and Sociological Perspectives. London: Continuum. ISBN: 978-1-441-13180-5

Refereed Journal Contributions

  1. Singh, P., Martsin, M. & Glasswell, K. (accepted January 2014, online publicaton due September 2014, print publication Volume 21, Number 6, December 2015). "Dilemmatic spaces: High-stakes testing and the possibilities of collaborative knowledge work to generate learning innovations". In Teachers and Teaching: Theory and Practice. Manuscript ID: C TAT-2013-0100.R1
  2. Singh, P. Heimans, S. & Glasswell, K. (2014). Policy enactment, context and performativity: ontological politics and researching Australian National Partnership policies. Journal of Education Policy. DOI: 10.1080/02680939.2014.891763. To link to this article
  3. Singh, P., Märtsin, M., Glasswell, K. (2013). Knowledge Work at the Boundary: Making a Difference to Educational Disadvantage. Learning, Culture and Social Interaction, 2(2) 102- 110,
  4. Liyanage, I., Walker, T. & Singh, P. (2014). TESOL professional standards in the "Asian century": dilemmas facing Australian TESOL teacher education. Asia Pacific Journal of Education. DOI: 10.1080/02188791.2013.876388. To link to this article
  5. Singh, P., Thomas, S. & Harris, J. (2013): Recontextualising policy discourses: a Bernsteinian perspective on policy interpretation, translation, enactment, Journal of Education Policy, 28(4), 465- 480. DOI:10.1080/02680939.2013.770554
  6. Singh, P. & Glasswell, K. (2013, November). Chasing Social Change: Matters of Concern and the Mattering Practice of Educational Research. International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change, 1(2)
  7. Singh, P. (2013). Unlocking Pedagogic Mazes. Review Essay. R. Moore (2013) Basil Bernstein. The thinker and the field. Discourse: The Cultural Politics of Education, 34 (5), 799- 807.
  8. Whatman, S.L. & Singh, P. (2013). Constructing health and physical education curriculum for indigenous girls in a remote Australian community. Physical Education and Sport Pedagogy. Pages 1- 16. DOI: 10.1080/17408989.2013.868874. To link to this article   
  9. Glasswell, K. & Ford, M.P. (2011). Let’s start levelling about levelling: Rethinking our ways with texts in classrooms. Language Arts, 88(3), 208-216.‎
  10. Glasswell, K. & Ford, M.P. (2010). Teaching flexibly with levelled texts: More power for your reading block, The Reading Teacher, 64(1), 57-60.,d.aGc


Non-Refereed Journal Contributions:

  1. Mostert, W.A. & Glasswell, K. (2012). Fluency: Dreams to Reality. Practically Primary, PETA May/June.;dn=795058492355485;res=IELHSS
  2. Glasswell, K., Colwill. R. & Singh, P. (2011) Literacy Lessons for Logan Learners: Principals and teachers using data for school improvement. Curriculum Leadership, 9(22).,34126.html?issueID=12496
  3. Glasswell, K., Davis, K., Singh, P. & McNaughton (2010). Literacy lessons for Logan learners: A Smart education partnerships project. Curriculum Leadership, 8(31).,32470.html?issueID=12243


Conference Presentations

  1. Glasswell, K, & Singh, P. &  Märtsin, M. Teacher Reflection as Mediated Practice (December, 2013) Paper  accepted for presentation as part of a symposium at the Australian Association for Research in  Education Conference, Adelaide,  Australia.
  2. Singh, P., Märtsin, M. & Glasswell, K. (2013) Knowledge Work At The Boundary: Co-Generating Pedagogies To Disrupt Educational Disadvantage. Part of International Symposium. European Conference for Educational Research.
  3. Singh, P., Glasswell, K., Märtsin, M. (2013, 3-5th September). Knowledge Translation:  Interrupting Educational Inequity through Pedagogic Partnerships. Paper presentation accepted for British Educational Research Association Conference, Brighton, UK.
  4. Glasswell, K. & Singh, P. (2013). Designing Better Schools in Australia. Paper presented in an International Symposium "Designing literacy interventions to fit local contexts in Australia, Chile, New Zealand and Ecuador" to EARLI (August 26-31) Munich.
  5. Singh, P, Glasswell, K, Pini, B. & Liyanage, I. (2013, 1st July). Smart Education Partnerships: Sustaining Educational Innovations. Paper presented at the Australian Teacher Education Association Conference, Brisbane,  Australia.
  6. Singh, P.  Glasswell, K. and McNaughton, S.  (27 April – 1May, 2013, San Francisco). Disrupting Educational Inequality and Turning Around Educational Disadvantage: A Case Study of a Collaborative Pedagogic Intervention Model in Australia. Paper presented as part of a Symposium titled: Disrupting Poverty and Educational Inequality: Comparative and International Examinations of the Effects of Educational Reforms. Symposium included papers from New Zealand, UK, US, Hong Kong and Australia.
  7. Märtsin, M. Singh, P. & Glasswell, K. (2012, December) Disruptive, Responsive, and Empowering School-University Partnerships Designed to Improve Student Learning Outcomes. Australian Teacher Education Association Conference, Going for Gold!: Reshaping teacher education for the future. 1-4th July, Adelaide, South Australia. Published as refereed proceedings
  8. Singh, P. (2012) Dilemmas of Educational Inequality: An Australian Case Study of the Work of School-Based Researchers. 56th Annual Conference, Comparative and International Education Society, The World Wide Education Revolution, San Juan, Puerto Rico.
  9. Glasswell, K. (2012, 04-05 August) Navigating Thinking: Innovations in Teaching and Learning for  Higher Order Thinking in Reading Comprehension. Keynote address to the islPAL Annual Conference, Brisbane, Australia
  10. Glasswell, K (2012, 26-28 August) Building teacher capacity and raising reading achievement. Invited  Presentation to ACER Annual Research Conference, Sydney, Australia
  11. Glasswell, K. Judd, L & Mostert, W.A. (2012, July 1-6). School-based Teacher Learning: Processes of Collaboration and Adaptation. Paper presented to the ATEA Annual Conference, Adelaide, Australia.‎
  12. Martsin, M. Glasswell, K & Singh, P. (2012, July 1-6). Teacher Reflection Revisited: Supporting transformative processes in teacher learning. Paper presented to the ATEA Annual  Conference, Adelaide, Australia
  13. Mostert, W.A. & Glasswell, K. (2012, 6-9 July). Literature for Literacy Learning Paper presented to the  ALEA Annual Conference, Sydney, Australia
  14. Glasswell, K. (2009, December 9-12). Do a red couch, two bean bags and a pile of great books count as systematic intervention for reading failure? Re-imagining reading improvement in diverse  schools on Australia’s Gold Coast. Keynote address to the American Reading Forum, Sanibel  Island, FL.
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