Publications by Jindaola participants
- Journal Publications
- Book Chapters
- Conference Presentations (unpublished - material available on request)
Atchison, J., & Kennedy, J. (2020). Being on Country as Protest: Designing a Virtual Geography Fieldtrip Being on Country as Protest: Designing a Virtual Geography Fieldtrip Guided by Jindaola. Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice 17(4), 8.
Boscacci, L. (2016). Ways to Cross Country: On ‘Thinking Landscapes’. Material Ecologies Research Network/ MECO blog.
Cavanagh, V., & Standley, P. (2020). Walking in the landscapes of our ancestors-indigenous perspectives critical in the teaching of geography. Interaction, 48(1), 14.
Fildes, K. J., Beck, E., Bur, T., Burns, P., Chisholm, L. A., Dillon, C. T., … Kennedy, J. (2021). The first steps on the journey towards curriculum reconciliation in science, medicine and health education. Higher Education Research & Development, 40(1), 194–206.
Goldfinch, T., Prpic, J. K., Jolly, L., Leigh, E., & Kennedy, J. (2017). Australian engineering educators’ attitudes towards Aboriginal cultures and perspectives. European Journal of Engineering Education, 42(4), 429-444.
Howe, C. (2019). Writing on common ground: the lyric essay as a decolonising form. TEXT: Journal of Writing and Writing Programs 23(2), 1-13.
Kennedy, J. (2019). An Aboriginal way to build knowledge-based relationships into curriculum. HERDSA Connect, 41(3), 24–25.
Kennedy, J. E., Thomas, L. K., Percy, A. J., Avena, J. I., Dean, B. A., Harden-Thew, K., ... & De Laat, M. F. (2019). An Aboriginal way towards curriculum reconciliation, International Journal for Academic Development, 24:2, 148-162.
Kennedy, J., Almeida, S., Gibbons, B., Clarke, R., Bicego, V., & Phelan, A. (2021). A business faculty, Jindaola and a path to embedding Aboriginal knowledges. Higher Education Research & Development, 1–15.
Kennedy, J., Percy, A., Thomas, L., Moyle, C. & Delahunty, J. (2021) Holding space for an Aboriginal Approach towards Curriculum Reconciliation in an Australian university. Teaching in Higher Education, Special Issue.
Kennedy, J., Thomas, L., Percy, A., Avena, J., Dean, B., Harden-Thew, K., Delahunty, J & de Laat, M. (2019). Jindaola: An Aboriginal approach to embedding Indigenous knowledges and perspectives into the curriculum in Peters, M and Heraud, R (eds). Encyclopedia of Educational Innovation – A Living Reference Work. Springer. Singapore.
Kennedy, J., Thomas, L., Percy, A., Dean, B., Delahunty J., Harden-Thew, K., & Avena, J. (2019). An Aboriginal way towards Curriculum Reconciliation. International Journal for Academic Development.
Kennedy, J., Thomas, L., Percy, A., Delahunty, J., Harden-Thew, K., Martin, B. & Dean, B. (2018). Jindaola: An Aboriginal way of embedding knowledges and perspectives.
Kennedy, Jade. An Aboriginal way to build knowledge-based relationships into curriculum. HERDSA Connect, Vol. 41, No. 3, Spring 2019: 24-25.
Mika, J. P., Colbourne, R., & Almeida, S. (2020). Responsible management: An indigenous perspective. In Research Handbook of Responsible Management. Edward Elgar Publishing.
Sutherland, K. (2019). Emerging voices and trends in academic development. International Journal for Academic Development, 2, 93-96.
Jillene Harris, Uncle Mallyan Brian Grant, Aunty Wirribee Leanna Carr-Smith, Simone Gray and Leonie Miller. (2020) Authentically modifying a first year psychology subject. In B. Hill, J. Harris, & R. Bacchus (Eds.), Teaching Aboriginal Cultural Competence: Authentic approaches. Springer.
Kennedy, J. E., Thomas, L. K., Avena, J. I.,... & De Laat, M. F. (2019). Jindaola, an Aboriginal way for curriculum development. In M. A. Peters & R. Heraud (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Educational Innovation (pp. 1-9). Singapore: Springer.
Miller L.M., Harris, J., & Kennedy, J. (2019). Aboriginal approaches to facilitating critical reflexivity in undergraduate psychology, Australian Psychology Learning and Teaching (AUSPLAT) Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 13-15 September.
Miller L.M., & Kennedy, J. (2019). Extending the Assessment Base for Critical Reflexivity: Embracing Learnings from an Aboriginal Way, 4th International ProPEL (Professional Practice, Education and Learning) Conference, Sydney, Australia, 9-11 December.
Miller L.M., Roodenrys, S., Dale, E., & Kennedy, J. (2019). Getting past awkward in the Aboriginal knowledges space: Strategies to reduce hesitancy and fear of offence in consciously ignorant non-Aboriginal teachers, Australian Psychology Learning and Teaching (AUSPLAT) Conference, Melbourne, Australia, 13-15 September.
Phelan, Adam, Kennedy, Jade, Hampton, Celestine, Wicks, Taylah, Almeida, Shamika, Clarke, Rodney, Gibbons, Belinda, Norris, Justin, Turbill, Jan & Verrucci, Nadia. (2019). An Aboriginal Way: Redefining Partnerships as a Shared Journey. CR+3 Conference (pp. 1-6). Latrobe, Australia.