Professor Bruce Knight Education / School of Education and the Arts

Professor - Education

Dip Teach, B.Ed, MEd(SpEd), PhD, FIARLD

Contact Details

Email: b.knight@cqu.edu.au

Phone: (07) 4726 5310 - Ext: 55310

Office Location

About Me

Background

I graduated from the Townsville Teachers College with a Diploma of Teaching in 1974. I taught in a number of schools in North Queensland teaching all of the primary grades one through seven. During this time I completed studies in a Bachelor of Education and Master of Education (Special Education). In 1982 I began work in the special education sector of Education Queensland working with students with learning difficulties in regular schools, gifted and talented students, the hearing impaired and with students with moderate and severe intellectual disabilities in segregated special schools. During this period I began studies for a Doctor of Philosophy degree.

After 15 years as a practitioner in primary and special education settings, I was appointed as a lecturer in special education at the University of New England in 1989. In 1992 I was awarded a Doctor of Philosophy degree and in 1994 promoted to Senior Lecturer. Also during this time I was invited to the University of Alberta (twice) to teach summer schools to graduate students on the psychology and needs of students with special needs.

In July 1998, I was appointed to the Faculty of Education and Creative Arts of Central Queensland University, Mackay Campus as a Senior Lecturer in education. In 2001 I was promoted to Associate Professor and in 2007 appointed Professor. At CQU, my roles have included teaching undergraduate and postgraduate students, administration, research and community work. I was appointed the Associate Dean (Research) of the Faculty of Education & Creative Arts from 2003 to 2008, and from 2009-2010 the Deputy Associate Dean (Research & Innovation) of the Faculty of Arts, Business, Informatics & Education containing Schools of Arts, Business, Law, Creative and Performing Arts, ICT, and Education. I am currently the Professor of Education in the School of Education and at present teach nine part-time doctoral candidates. I am also an active member of the Learning and Teaching Education Research Centre (LTERC), a designated strategic education research flagship of the university, participating in research activities and mentoring junior academics.

      

Universities Studied At

James Cook University

University of New England

Universities Worked At
Central Queensland University
University of New England
Awards
Fellow, International Academy of Research in Learning Disabilities
Professional Experience

Professor Knight has extensive teaching experience in primary and special education  and University settings and has been involved in identifying, programming for and teaching students with special needs (including gifted students) as well as conducting workshops and seminars for teachers and parents. He has authored/coauthored 22 books and written more than 150 papers in scholarly journals. He is a trained facilitator and Australasian coordinator of the Strategies Program for Effective Learning and Thinking (SPELT), a thinking skills package applicable to all students from prep through to year twelve. His current research interests include students' use of metacognitive strategies in developing literacy skills, the role of vision in reading and comprehension, the inclusion of students with special needs in regular classrooms and catering for students with literacy learning difficulties.

RESEARCH INTERESTS

Reading difficulties, special education, teacher education, leadership, change management.

Invited Papers/Speaker
Knight, B.A (2010). Learning Management: Catering for 21st century learners (Invited Keynote Address). European Education Forum - Comenius Lifelong Learning program Study Visit 157[Regional Teacher Training Programs to Recruit and Retain Quality Teachers], Holbaek, Denmark (March)
Published in: 2010

Knight, B.A. (2009).   Fourth International Conference on Special Education (Invited Keynote Address).  Building resilience for people with learning disabilities.  Abu Dhabi, UAE (March).

Published in: 2009
Refereed Conferences
Teghe, D., and Knight, B.A. (2005). Copyleft in the Age of Information Society: Drawing on Global Social Capital to Address the Informational Needs of a Community of Professionals. The International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society - Virtual Presentation. Berkeley , California (February)
Published in: 2005a
Knight, B.A (2005). Invited Keynote Address: Actively managing learning disabilities: guiding students toward success Combined Learning Disabilities Australia , SPELD and Remedial Support Teachers Association of Queensland Conference , Brisbane (September).
Published in: 2005
Teghe, D., Knight, B.A., and Knight, C. (2004). An Example of the Use of Community Development Principles and Technologies of the Information Society: The Development and Implementation of the SWIMS Resource CD-ROM Pilot. InSite Conference, Rockhampton (June)
Published in: 2004
Teghe, D., Knight, B.A., and Knight, C. (2003). Linking statutory child protection / youth justice systems and schools in an Australian context: the useful role of a social worker. AARE/NZRE Joint Refereed Conference Proceedings, Auckland (November).
Published in: 2003
Ayres, R., Graham, L., and Knight, B.A. (1996). Towards an inclusive model of service delivery for students experiencing learning problems. Proceedings of the Australian Special Education Conference, (Electronic Version), (18pp).
Published in: 1996a
Knight, B.A., and Graham, L. (1996). Catering for students with learning disabilities at the tertiary level. Proceedings of the Australian Special Education Conference, (Electronic Version), (12pp).
Published in: 1996
Knight, B.A., Graham, L. and Hughes, D. (1995). Enhancing the acceptance of students with learning difficulties in regular classrooms during the United Nations 1995 Year of Tolerance. Proceedings of the Australian Special Education Conference (Electronic Version), Paper #17 (13pp).
Published in: 1995a
Knight, B.A. and Graham, L. (1995). Learning Difficulties Support: Policy into Practice. Nexus (10pp)
Published in: 1995
Knight, B.A. and Rauch, M. (1994). Preventing Reading Failure:An Analysis. Proceedings of the Australian Special Education Conference, (Electronic Version), Paper #24 (6pp).
Published in: 1994a
Bailey, S., Knight, B.A., and Riley, D. (1994). Are the gifted disadvantaged and are the disadvantaged gifted. Proceedings of the Australian Association for the Education of the Gifted and Talented National Conference, Perth , 130-133.
Published in: 1994
Knight, B.A. and Watson,K (1992). The use of computers in primary classrooms in the North-West region of New South Wales . Selected Proceedings of Australian Reading Association Conference, Hobart , 201-213.
Published in: 1992
Knight B.A. (1991). A teaching perspective of guided internality relevant to teachers of intellectually disabled students. Proceedings of the 15th National Special Education Conference, September, 241-245.
Published in: 1991
Completed Supervisions

Maria Casey (2015)

Susan Richardson (2016)

·            Carole McDiarmid - MEd (Hons) (1993)

David Paterson - MEd (Hons) (1994)

Merril Darling - MEd (Hons) (1995)

Jenny Porter - MEd (1995)

Desma Hughes – PhD (1996)

Judith Smith - MEd (Hons) (1996)

Judith Laverty - MEd (1996)

Jackie Heaton - MLitt (1997)

Helen Gee - BEd (Hons) (1997)

Ruth Fielding-Barnsley – PhD (1998)

Julie Paton – BEd (Hons) (2003)

Reno Tieppo - MSchMgt (2004)  

Helen Huntly - EdD (2004)

Susan Galletly – PhD (2008)

Derrin Kerr - EdD (2009)

Pam Savage – EdD (2010)

Greg Wilson – EdD (2011)

Tina Doe - EdD (2011)

Julie Fleming - EdD (2011)

David Turner – EdD (2011)

Judith Brown – EdD (2012)

Pam Gargett – EdD (2012)

Angelina Ambrosetti – EdD (2012)

Wendy Fasso - EdD (2013)

Paul Richardson - EdD (2013)

Rod Williams - ProfDoc (2014)

 

 

 

Grants


2015-2016, ($203,273 cash, total project $540,041). McAllister, M., Knight, B.A. & Hasking, P.  Queensland Government (Smart Futures) Accelerate Grant. Building resilience in regional Queensland schools.

2013-2016, ($187,500 cash, total $ 1.1m.). Australian Research Council Linkage Grant, Knight, B.A., Graham, L. & Horsley, M. Bridging the gap for at-risk early readers: Reading theory into classroom practice

2012-2013, $10,360. Knight, B.A. & Teghe, D. Evaluating the effect of leadership training and professional development of teachers on the lives of participants and the effects on school culture.  Education Queensland.

Published in: 2012

2011, $30,000. Knight, B.A. Bundaberg Social Inclusion Project: Enhancing students' literacy skills.  CQUniversity Social Inclusion Grant

Published in: 2011

2009/2010, $58,190. Horsley, M., Huntly, H. and Knight, B.A. Scaffolding support for learning: Disciplinary cultural practices in the use of tertiary learning resources and textbooks.  Australian Publishers Association/CQUniversity Collaborative Grant

Published in: 2010

2008, $85,000. Coventry, G., Tuovinen, J., and Knight, B.A. Queensland Department of Education, Training and the Arts.   Investigation of the role of self-efficacy in identifying underachievement in indigenous students.

2008, $90,000.Campbell, M., Carrington, S., Winn, S. and Knight, B.A.,  Disability Services Queensland.  Intensive behaviour support scheme.

Published in: 2008
*Knight, B.A. & Galletly, S. (2005) Education Queensland , $22000.00 Reading Research in Queensland Schools. What can be learned from the use of a range of commercial standardised tests of reading and reading subskills in schools focussed on building understanding of children's reading achievement and their instructional needs.
Published in: 2005b
*Waldrip, B., Prain, V., Tregaust, D., Knight, B.A. and Green, J. (2005-2007) Australian Research Council Large Linkage Grant, $1.25 million. Learning science through a focus on multiple and multi-modal representations of concepts. This project aims to devise, trial, and evaluate teaching and learning strategies to improve students' learning of science in the middle years (grades 8 to 10) in schools in country Victoria and Queensland and metropolitan Perth regions through a focus on multiple and multi-modal representations of science concepts.
Published in: 2005

*Knight, B.A. & Moore, T (2005) $172,084.00 DEST, Education Queensland and Catholic Education Commission (Quality Schooling Branch). MATES- Male Teacher Support Project

Published in: 2005
* 2002-4 $800,000 (Education Queensland , Department of Families, and CQU) Social Worker in Mackay Schools Research Grant (SWIMS). Associate Professor Bruce Knight and Ms Cecily Knight, together with two colleagues from the Faculty of Arts, Health and Sciences (Associate Professor Helen Waite and Mr Dennis Travers) have been successful in winning a research grant that totals $800,000 (including $200,000 cash) over a three year period. Joint partners in the research include Queensland Department of Families, Education Queensland and Central Queensland University . Through applied conceptual research and evaluation, the project aims to identify and analyse the factors that effect collaboration between statutory child protection agencies and school-based support systems when engaging in the delivery of services to children and youth presenting at risk in regional state schools. The researchers aim to work with industry partners and others from within the Mackay community to develop, implement, research and evaluate a model for school-based multidisciplinary approaches that are coordinated by social workers to deliver support services to young persons presenting at risk.
Published in: 2002
* 2000 $10,000.00 (ARC Small Grants Scheme). Knight, B.A. "Identifying best practice to teach gifted students
Published in: 2000
* 1999 $10,000.00 (ARC Small Grants Scheme). Knight, B.A. "Identifying teaching strategies that will enhance the philosophy of inclusion in regular classrooms"
Published in: 1999
*1998 $234,600 00 (DEETYA - Commonwealth Indigenous Education Strategic Initiatives Program (IESIP). (Catholic Schools Office, Armidale). Active member of the coordinating committee, joint administrator of the project and also involved in presenting the 6 days of inservicing for teachers of aboriginal students and aboriginal education assistants. This project was concerned with the identification of aboriginal gifted and talented students (especially underachievers), professional development of teachers, information sessions for parents and production of learning unit materials for use in classrooms.
Published in: 1998
*1997 $11,380.00 Knight, B.A. & Redden, T. An evaluation of students' literacy development in DSP Schools in the Armidale Catholic Diocese. This project was concerned with evaluating the literacy development of students in DSP Catholic Schools in the Armidale Diocese. Data was generated that indicated the effect of the model of literacy instruction adopted in the diocese.
Published in: 1997
*1995/96 $159,500.00 (DEET) (Catholic Schools Office, Armidale). Riley, D., Knight, B.A. & Bailey, S. Joint administrator of a two year program to develop a multimedia package for parents of isolated and disadvantaged gifted and talented children coupled with workshops for parents. Outcomes included the identification of students (especially underachievers), production of a video and audio tapes, establishment of formal and informal networks for parents and children, increased knowledge and confidence for parents, and open and freer liaison between parents and schools
Published in: 1995
*1994 $64,000.00 (DEET) (Catholic Schools Office, Armidale). Riley, D., Knight, B.A. & Bailey, S. Joint administrator of a one year program to address the questions of identifying and accommodating the needs of gifted and talented children K-2 who are disadvantaged by low socio-economic background, isolation, poor English proficiency, or by disability. It was the logical progression of a previously funded project for disadvantaged gifted and talented children Yrs 3-10. Three elements explored in the project by the joint administrators included: (i) development of learning materials, (ii) professional development of teachers and parents and (iii) the establishment of formal and informal networks of support for children, parents and teachers.
Published in: 1994a
*1994 Phase II $ 6,115.00 Knight, B.A. & Maye, B.
Choice of schooling by potential clients of Catholic schools. Joint administrator of the project, conducted interviews in a pilot study (Phase I), constructed a questionnaire for general distribution, analysed and reported results of questionnaire to both National Catholic Education Commission and Catholic Education Commissions (N.S.W & QLD) (Phase II).
Published in: 1994
*1993 $29,821.00 Cunningham, D., Brown, A., McKay, G., Knight, B.A. & Durrant, C. The use of strategic teaching frameworks (STF) in teacher education (National Teaching Development Grant-Commission for the Advancement of University Teaching). This project extended the work already done on STF at Indiana University and applied it to Australian conditions. The project involved the production of a CD-ROM based STF.
Published in: 1993b
*1993 Phase I$15,000.00Maye, B., Knight, B.A., & Foster, W. Choice of schooling project (National Catholic Education Commission)
Published in: 1993a
*1993/94 $94,000.00 (Catholic Schools Office, Armidale). Riley, D., Bailey, S & Knight, B.A. Programs for disadvantaged, gifted and talented students in Catholic schools (D.E.E.T.). Joint administrator of the project, provided parent and teacher inservices, constructed identification and programming packages. Report to D.E.E.T.
Published in: 1993
Refereed Articles

Knight, B.A (2015). Teachers’ use of textbooks in the digital age. Cogent Education, 2 (1), 10pp. DOI: 10.1080/2331186X.2015.1015812

Blomberg, S. & Knight, B.A. (2015). Investigating novice teacher experiences of the teaching dynamics operating in school communities in Finland. Improving Schools, 18 (2), 157-170

Published in: 2015

Fasso, W., Knight, C. and Knight, B.A. (2014). A learner-centred design framework for e-learning.  International Journal of Online Pedagogy and Course Design, 4 (4), 46 – 62.

Lynch, D., Madden, J. & Knight, B.A. (2014). Harnessing professional dialogue, collaboration and content in context: An exploration of a new model for teacher professional learning. The International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change, 1(3), 15pp online http://www.ijicc.net

Knight, B.A. and Horsley, M. (2013).  The ecology of change and continuity in the use of textbooks in higher education. Text, 23, October, 13pp http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue23/content.htm

Knight, C., Hardy, S. and Knight, B.A. (2013). Social Innovation, Resilience and the Higher Degree Research experience. The International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change, 1 (1), 15pp online http://www.ijicc.net

Galletly, S. and Knight, B.A. (2013). Because trucks aren’t bikes: Orthographic complexity as an important variable in reading research.  Australian Educational Researcher, 40 (2), 173-194. DOI: 10.1007/s13384-013-0091-2

Knight, B.A., Dekkers, J. and Wilson, G.  (2012). Sustainable use of a Learning Management System within a School ContextJournal for Computing Teachers, 7 (2), on-line  http://www.iste.org/learn/publications/journals/jct.aspx

Knight, C., Knight, B.A. and Goodrick, D. (2012). Therapeutic not therapy: The impact of an educational program for coping with loss and grief.  Developing Practice, 31, 29-42.

Knight, B.A. and Moore, T. (2012).  Supporting beginning male teachers as they transform to skilled professionals.  Improving Schools,15 (1), 61-72.


 

Published in: 2013

2013

Knight, C., Hardy, S. and Knight, B.A. (2013). Social Innovation, Resilience and the Higher Degree Research experience. The International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change, 1 (1), 15pp online http://www.ijicc.net

Galletly, S. and Knight, B.A. (2013). Because trucks aren’t bikes: Orthographic complexity as an important variable in reading research.  Australian Educational Researcher, 40 (2), 173-194. DOI: 10.1007/s13384-013-0091-2

Knight, B.A., Dekkers, J. and Wilson, G.  (2012). Sustainable use of a Learning Management System within a School ContextJournal for Computing Teachers, 7 (2), on-line  http://www.iste.org/learn/publications/journals/jct.aspx

Knight, C., Knight, B.A. and Goodrick, D. (2012). Therapeutic not therapy: The impact of an educational program for coping with loss and grief.  Developing Practice, 31, 29-42.

Knight, B.A. and Moore, T. (2012).  Supporting beginning male teachers as they transform to skilled professionals.  Improving Schools,15 (1), 61-72.

 

Published in: 2012

Savage, P., Knight, B.A., and Knight, C. (2011).  Can I do that? Is it legal: The Australian Nurse's Cry for Help.  Journal of Nursing Law, 14 (2), 68-76.

Galletly, S., and Knight, B.A. (2011). Transition from Early to Sophisticated Literacy (TESL) as a factor in cross-national achievement differences.  Australian Educational Researcher, 38 (3), 329-354

Richardson, S. and Knight, B.A. (2011). Student perspectives of embedded professional practice. International Journal of Applied Educational Studies, 10 (2), 33-46.  

Galletly, S. and Knight, B.A. (2011).  Differential disadvantage of Anglophone weak readers with language and cognitive processing weakness.   Australasian Journal of Special Education, 35 (1), 72-96.

Kerr, D. and Knight, B.A. (2011).  Analysing the effects of an Industry-Based Jazz Education Performance Training Program on the Development of Adjunct-Professional Skills.  Music Education Research, 13(3), 327-341

Published in: 2011

Kerr, D. and Knight, B.A. (2010).  Exploring an Industry-Based Jazz Education Performance Training Program.  International Journal of Music Education, 28 (4), 301-312.  (ERAID 9994, Rank A*).

Galletly, S., Knight, B.A. and Dekkers, J. (2010). When tests frame children: The inappropriateness of cognitive referencing.  Australasian Journal of Special Education, 34 (2), 133-154. (ERAID 20689, Rank A)

Horsley, M., Knight, B.A. & Huntly, H.  (2010). The role of textbooks and other teaching and learning resources in higher education in Australia: Change and continuity in supporting learning.  International Association for Research on Textbooks and Education (IARTEM) e-Journal, 3 (2), 43 - 61 (ERAID, Rank C)

Published in: 2010

Galletly, S., Knight, B.A., Dekkers, J. and Galletly, T. (2009).  Indicators of late emerging reading-accuracy difficulties in Australian schools.  Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 34 (5), 54-64 (ERAID 20742, Rank A)

Knight, B.A. and Waldrip, B. (2009). Student teachers' perceptions of science learning.  Journal of Science Education, 10 (1), 5-9.

Published in: 2009

Eiser, S. and Knight, B.A. (2008). Professional development for biology teachers in the knowledge economy.  Teaching Science, 54 (2), 14-19.

Published in: 2008
Knight, B & Eiser, S 2008, 'Professional development for Biology teachers in the knowledge economy', Teaching Science, vol. 52, no. 8, pp. 14-18.
Published in: 2008

Knight, B.A., Knight, C., and Teghe, D. (2007).  Students at Risk: An Australian Experience of Interagency Collaboration.  Australian Journal of Youth Studies, 26 (2), 50-57.

Published in: 2007

Knight, C., Knight, B.A. and Teghe, D (2006).  Releasing the pedagogical power of information and communication technology for learners: A case study of a teacher education program. International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology, 12 (2),     http://ijedict.dec.uwi.edu/viewarticle.php?id=167

 

Teghe, D., and Knight, B.A. (2006).  Copyleft in the Age of Information Society: Drawing on Global Social Capital to Address the Informational Needs of a Community of Professionals. International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, 1 (4), 131-138.

Published in: 2006

Kerr, D., Hodges, G. and Knight, B.A. (2006). An Unlikely Symbiotic Relationship - A Unique Jazz Education / Island Resort Partnership.  The Jazz Education Journal: International Association of Jazz Educators, December, p.   (The Jazz Education Journal is the world's primary source for news and information in the field of jazz education. The jazz education journal is published six times annually and distributed internationally to over 10,000 members of IAJE.)

Knight, B.A. and Galletly, S. (2006).  The Test of Word Reading Efficiency (TOWRE) in an Australian context.  Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 11 (3), 139-145.

Galletly, S. and Knight, B.A. (2006).  The Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS) used in an Australian context.  Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 11 (3), 147-154.

Published in: 2006

Knight, C., Knight, B.A. and Teghe, D (2006).  Releasing the pedagogical power of information and communication technology for learners: A case study of a teacher education program. International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology, 12 (2),     http://ijedict.dec.uwi.edu/viewarticle.php?id=167

 

Teghe, D., and Knight, B.A. (2006).  Copyleft in the Age of Information Society: Drawing on Global Social Capital to Address the Informational Needs of a Community of Professionals. International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society, 1 (4), 131-138.

Published in: 2006

Westwood, P., Knight, B.A., & Redden, T. (2005) (Originally Reading Research Quarterly (1997) and Reprinted in Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities). Assessing teachers' beliefs about literacy acquisition:  The development of the Teachers' Beliefs About Literacy Questionnaire  (TBALQ), 10 (3 & 4), 77-86

 

Knight, B.A. and Galletly, S. (2005).  The role of metacognition in reading-accuracy learning and instruction.  Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 10(2), 63-70.

Published in: 2005

Teghe, D., Knight, B.A. and Knight, C. (2004). The SWIMS CD-ROM Pilot: Using Community Development Principles and Technologies of the Information Society to Address Identified Informational Needs. Journal of Issues in Informing Science and Information Technology. 1(1), 497-508. (ISSN On-line edition: 1547-5867, CD edition: 1547-5859, Print edition: 1547-5840)

Knight, B.A. (2004) Analysing the needs of gifted and talented students: Implications for the rights of gifted students.  TalentEd, 22 (1), 3-8

Teghe, D. and Knight, B.A. (2004). Neo-liberal higher education policy and its effects on the development of online courses. Campus-Wide Information Systems: The Journal of Technology on Campus, 21(4), 151-156

Galletly, S. and Knight, B.A. (2004). The High Cost of Orthographic Disadvantage.  Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 9(4), 4-11.

Teghe, D. and Knight, B.A. (2004). Productivist education vs. contextual learning: Evaluation and the place of ‘flexibility' in discourses of online education systems.  Turkish On-Line Journal of Distance Education, 5(3), Online: http://tojde.anadolu.edu.tr/

Published in: 2004
Paton, J. and Knight, B.A. (2003). Extending emotionally gifted children's expression of empathy through developmental bibliotherapy. TalentEd
Published in: 2003
Waldrip, B., Knight, B.A., and Webb, G. (2002). Science words and explanations: What do student teachers think they mean? Electronic Journal of Literacy through Science http://sweeneyhall.sjsu.edu/ejlts/archives/language_development/index.html 1 (2), 26pp
Published in: 2002

Knight, B.A. (2001). Inclusion: Making it happen in classrooms. Independent Education, 31 (1), 16-18.

Published in: 2001c

Waldrip, B.G., Oakes, S. & Knight, B.A. (2001). Primary teachers views about integrating science and literacy. Investigating, 17(1), 38-41

Published in: 2001b
Knight, B.A., and Becker, T. (2001). Gifted and talented students' reflections on outdoor challenges. TalentEd, 19 (1), 10-13
Published in: 2001a
Knight, B.A. (2001). Gifted Students: Voices from the Classroom. Educare, Issue 119, October, 38-39.
Published in: 2001
Knight, B.A., and Becker, T. (2000). The Challenge of Meeting the Needs of Gifted Students in the Regular Classroom: The Student Viewpoint. The Australasian Journal of Gifted Education, 9 (1), 11-17
Published in: 2000a
Knight, B.A. & Smith, J. (2000). The Effect of Word Study and Cognitive Strategy Training on Students' Spelling Abilities. Australasian Journal of Special Education, 20 (2 & 3, 85-98.
Published in: 2000
Knight, B.A. (1999). Partnerships between teachers and parents of gifted children: Within and beyond the classroom. TalentEd, 17 (2), 18-21.
Published in: 1999b
Knight, B.A. (1999). Gifted education in the new millennium. Mindscape, 19(4), 31-34
Published in: 1999a
Knight, B.A. (1999). Towards inclusion of students with special educational needs in the regular classroom. Support for Learning, 14 (1), 3-7. Reprinted in "Learning for all", Open University Press
Published in: 1999
Bailey, S., Knight, B.A. and Riley, D. (1998). How parents can help at home and school. TalentEd, 16 (1), 14-16.
Published in: 1998d
Knight, B.A. and Hammond, M. (1998). Enhancing the transition process to Inclusion. Developmental Disabilities Bulletin, 26 (1), 72-80.
Published in: 1998c
Knight, B.A. (1998). Teaching critical literacy skills to students with learning disabilities. Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 3 (4), 20-24.
Published in: 1998b
Schwartz, N., Ellsworth, L., Graham, L. & Knight, B.A. (1998). Accessing prior knowledge to remember text: A comparison of advance organizers and maps. Contemporary Educational Psychology, 23, 65-89.
Published in: 1998a
Knight, B.A. & Smith, J. (1998). The Teaching of Spelling: A Position Paper. Special Education Perspectives, 7 (2), 15-27
Published in: 1998
Westwood, P., Knight, B.A., and Redden, E. (1997). Assessing teachers' beliefs about literacy acquisition: The development of the Teachers' Beliefs About Literacy Questionnaire (TBALQ). Journal of Research in Reading , 20 (3), 224-235
Published in: 1997c
Knight, B.A. (1997). Supporting Students' Literacy Development in the Secondary School. Australian Journal of Learning Disabilities, 2 (3), 21-24
Published in: 1997b
Bailey, S, Knight, B.A. and Riley, D. (1997). Acceleration as an option. TalentEd, 58, 5-6.
Published in: 1997a
Hughes, D. & Knight, B.A. (1997). The role of teachers and parents in promoting social acceptance for preschool and kindergarten children. Developmental Disabilities Bulletin., 25 (2), 50-64.
Published in: 1997
Brown A., Knight, B.A., and Durrant, C. (1996). Strategic teaching frameworks: An Australian perspective. Journal of Information Technology for Teacher Education., 5 (3), 219-232
Published in: 1996
Knight, B.A. and Hughes, D. (1995). Developing social competence in the preschool years. Australian Journal of Early Childhood , 20 (2), 13-19.
Published in: 1995h
Knight, B.A. and Knight, C.M. (1995) Cognitive theory and the use of computers in the elementary classroom : Towards a philosophy and review of educational implications. British Journal of Educational Technology, 26 (2), 141-148.
Published in: 1995g
Cunningham, D., Watson, K., and Knight, B.A. (1995). Tools for literacy in the new millennium. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 18 (3), 181-189.
Published in: 1995f
Knight, B.A. (1995). Who's in charge here?:The development of an instrument designed to measure gifted and talented students' expectancies of control. TalentEd, 49, 10-13.
Published in: 1995e
Knight, B.A. and Knight, C.M. (1995) Students using computers in schools : Implications for teachers. Information Transfer, 15 (2), 18-21.
Published in: 1995d
Knight, B.A., Graham, L., and Hughes, D. (1995). Fostering the Acceptance of Students with Learning Disabilities in the Regular Classroom: A Challenge in the United Nations' International Year of Tolerance. Australian Journal of Remedial Education, 27 (3), 6-12.
Published in: 1995c
Knight, B.A. (1995). Tolerating gifted and talented kids. TalentEd, 50, 5-6.
Published in: 1995b
Knight, B.A. (1995). The influence of locus of control on gifted and talented students. Gifted Education International , 11 (1), 31-33.
Published in: 1995a
Bailey, S., Knight, B.A. and Riley, D. (1995) Addressing the needs of the gifted in rural areas: The Armidale Catholic Schools Office Project. Education in Rural Australia , 5 (2), 1-13.
Published in: 1995
Knight, B.A., Bailey, S. and Riley, D. (1994). Opportunities for Rural Disadvantaged Gifted and Talented Students. Queensland Journal for Gifted and Talented Children, 14 (4), 11-13.
Published in: 1994g
Knight, B.A. (1994). Literacy : Active learning for teachers and students. Reading , 28 (3), 30-33.
Published in: 1994f

Knight, B.A. (1994). The effects of a teaching perspective of guided internality on intellectually disabled students' locus of control orientation. Educational Psychology, 14 (2), 155-166.

Published in: 1994e
Cunningham, D.J., Knight, B.A., and Watson, K. (1994). Instructional prescriptions can be hazardous to your pedagogy! Journal of Accelerative Learning and Teaching, 19 (1), 17-44.
Published in: 1994d
Knight, B.A. and Knight, C.M. (1994) Computers in the classroom : Implications for gifted and talented students. Australasian Journal of Gifted Education, 3 (1), 20-24.
Published in: 1994c
Madison, J., Watson, K., and Knight, B.A. (1994). Mentors and preceptors in the nursing profession. Contemporary Nurse, 3 (3), 121-126.
Published in: 1994b
Knight, B.A. and Paterson, D. (1994). Developing autonomous learners : Implications for schools. Independent Education, 24, 2, 27-31.
Published in: 1994a
Knight, B.A. and Knight, C.M. (1994). Computers and primary education : Optimising the potential of new technologies. Information Transfer, 14 (3), 20-25
Published in: 1994
Knight, B.A. and Watson, K.K. (1993). Computer hardware-software and organisation within primary schools: An exploratory study involving schools in the NW region of NSW, Australia . Australian Education Computing, 8, 297-300.
Published in: 1993e
Dunn, M., Knight, B.A. and Axtell, J. (1993). Unwrapping Miscue Analysis (P.E.N.91). Primary English Teaching Association, June, 1-8.
Published in: 1993d
Knight, B.A. (1993). Using a guided internality teaching perspective to promote learning disabled students' active involvement in learning. Australian Journal of Remedial Education, 25, 22-25.
Published in: 1993c
Knight, B.A. (1993). The impact of locus of control on the achievements and education of gifted and talented students. TalentEd, 44, 10-11.
Published in: 1993b
Knight, B.A. and Morris, J (1993). Teaching writing in a whole language classroom. Classroom., January, 12-14.
Published in: 1993a
Madison, J., Knight, B.A., and Watson,K. (1993). Mentoring amongst academics in Australia : A case study. Australian Educational Researcher, 20, 77-92.
Published in: 1993
Knight, B.A. (1992). The development of a locus of control measure designed to assess intellectually disabled students' beliefs in adaptive behaviour situations. Australasian Journal of Special Education , 16, 13-21.
Published in: 1992a
Knight, B.A. (1992). The role of the student in mainstreaming. Support for Learning,, 7, 163-165.
Published in: 1992
Bouffler, C and Knight, B.A., (1991). Evaluation of Reading . (P.E.N. 81) Primary English Teaching Association, June, 1-8.
Published in: 1991
Conference Presentations

Knight, B.A. (2014). Inclusion: Identifying students with special needs as learners.  Asian Conference on Education, Osaka (November)

McAllister, M. & Knight, B.A. (2014). I CARE: An education and health initiative to empower student wellbeing. Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth Linking up for Kids Conference, Sydney (April).

Published in: 2014

2013

Knight, B.A. (2013). The use of textbooks in higher education in the digital age: R.I.P  Twelfth International Conference on Textbooks and Educational Media (IARTEM), Ostrava, Czech Republic (September).

Galletly, S. and Knight, B.A. (2013).  CAMLIT: Middle-school literacy acceleration program emphasizing student metacognition, self-management, motivation and engagement.  Joint Pedagogy in Practice Conference Learning Difficulties Australia, SPELD, LSTAQ, Brisbane (July)

Knight, B.A. and Horsley, M. (2013).  Analysing the mechanics of reading comprehension. International Journal of Arts & Sciences Conference, Toronto (May).

Ambrosetti, A., Knight, B.A. and Dekkers, J. (2012). A New Vision of Mentoring in Teacher Education.  Teacher Education Dialogue, Coffs Harbour (August).

Turner, D., Knight, B.A. and Dekkers, J. (2012).  The Future of the Practicum – addressing the knowing-doing gap.  Teacher Education Dialogue, Coffs Harbour (August).

Knight, B.A. and Horsley, M. (2012).  A new approach to cognitive metrics: analysing the mechanics of comprehension by aligning EEG and eye tracking data in student completion of high stakes testing evaluation. Inaugural Australian Eye Tracking Conference, Noosa (May).

Published in: 2012

Huntly, H., Horsley, M., and Knight, B.A. (2011). E-learning in Higher Education: Change or complementarity in the use of textbooks and other learning resources.  The Eleventh International Conference on Textbooks and Educational Media (IARTEM), Kaunas, Lithuania (September).

Knight, B.A and Galletly, S. (2011). Exploring the use of Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS) in regular classrooms. Australasian Human Development Association Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand (July).

Published in: 2011
Knight, B.A. and Horsley, M. (2011).  The alignment of eye tracking behaviour and Electroencephalography (EEG) while reading English texts. Tobii Eye Tracking Conference on Behavioural Research, Frankfurt, Germany (October).
Published in: 2011
Knight, B.A (2010). Learning Management: Catering for 21st century learners (Invited Keynote Address). European Education Forum - Comenius Lifelong Learning program Study Visit 157[Regional Teacher Training Programs to Recruit and Retain Quality Teachers], Holbaek, Denmark (March)
Published in: 2010

Knight, B.A. (2009). Teacher Education: A New Degree for the 21st Century. Presentations to staff and students at the Vordingborg Campus, Sorro Campus, Roskilde Campus, University College of Seeland, Denmark (October).

Knight, C and Knight, B.A. (2009). The impact of an educational program on building resilience of families and carers of people with disabilities. European Council for Educational Research.  Vienna, Austria  (September).

Knight, B.A. (2009).   Fourth International Conference on Special Education (Invited Keynote Address).  Building resilience for people with learning disabilities.  Abu Dhabi, UAE (March).

Published in: 2009
Knight, B.A. (2008).  Intensive Behaviour Support Teams: Enhancing the resilience of families/carers of adults with an intellectual disability who display challenging behaviour.  5th World Conference on the Promotion of Mental Health and the Prevention of Mental and Behavioural Disorders.  Melbourne (September).
Published in: 2008

Knight, B.A. and Moore, T. (2007).  Supporting beginning male teachers as they transform to learning entrepreneurs.  BERA 2007: International Education Research Conference.  London (September).

Knight, C and Knight, B.A. (2007).  Enhancing Resilience: Identifying the risk and protective factors for children in the preparatory year in schools. European Council for Educational Research.  Ghent, Belgium (September).

Knight, B.A. (2007).  DOL Dimensions 1 & 5:  The effect on BLM teacher education students.  Learning Management: Pedagogy that works conference.  Noosa (August).   

Eiser, S. and Knight, B.A. (2007).  A survey of the professional development practices of biology teachers in the Central Queensland region.  Australian Science Educators Research Association.  Perth (July).

Published in: 2007

Knight, B.A. (2006). The relationship of reading-accuracy to reading and academic achievement of rural Queensland students in the early years of schooling. International Academy for Research in Learning Disabilities Conference, Boulder, Colorado (July).

Galletly, S. and Knight, B.A. (2006).  Australian reading accuracy norms for the TOWRE. Learning Difficulties Australia National Conference, Melbourne (August).

Galletly, S. and Knight, B.A. (2006).  Measuring Australian reading achievement using the Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS).  Scientific Studies of Reading International Conference, Vancouver, Canada (July).

Moore, T. and Knight, B.A. (2006).  Life as a beginning male teacher in Queensland: Who are they and what are they doing.  Australian Association of Research in Education Conference, Adelaide (November).

 

Published in: 2006

Knight, B.A (2005). Invited Keynote Address: Actively managing learning disabilities: Guiding students toward success.  Combined Learning Disabilities Australia, SPELD and Remedial Support Teachers Association of Queensland Conference, Brisbane (September).

 

Teghe, D., and Knight, B.A. (2005).  Copyleft in the Age of Information Society: Drawing on Global Social Capital to Address the Informational Needs of a Community of Professionals.  The International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society - Virtual Presentation. Berkeley, California (February)

Published in: 2005
Knight, B.A., Knight, C. and Teghe, D., (2004). An Example of the Use of Community Development Principles and Technologies of the Information Society: The Development and Implementation of the SWIMS Resource CD-ROM Pilot. InSite Conference, Rockhampton (June)
Published in: 2004
Knight, C., Knight, B.A., and Teghe, D. (2003). Linking statutory child protection / youth justice systems and schools in an Australian context: the useful role of a social worker. AARE/NZRE Joint Conference, Auckland (November).
Published in: 2003
Knight, B.A (2002). Keynote Closing Address Weaving the Future of Special Education. Queensland Special Education Conference, Mackay (June)
Published in: 2002a
Thompson, R., Knight, B.A., Moriarty, B., and Huntly, H. (2002). The Bachelor of Learning Management: A new degree for a new kind of teacher. Third International Conference on Educational Research, Seoul (October).
Published in: 2002
Knight, B.A (2001). Keynote Address Enabling the poppies to bloom. Queensland Regional Gifted and Talented Conference, Rockhampton (July)
Published in: 2001
Waldrip, B.G., Knight, B.A., Webb, G. & Jensen, P. (2000). How student teachers perceive competence 'science words and explanations' and relationship of these perceptions to genre. American Educational Research Association
Published in: 2000d
Knight, B.A. (2000). New Basics and Productive Pedagogies: A Viewpoint on implementation. Building Professional Learning Communities Conference, Mackay, January.
Published in: 2000c
Knight, B.A., Waldrip, B.G., Webb, G. & Jensen, P. (2000). Student teachers perception of competence, 'science words and explanations' and relationship of these perceptions to genre. Annual NARST Meeting, New Orleans .
Published in: 2000b
Waldrip, B.G., Oakes, S., & Knight, B.A. (2000). How teachers combine science and literacy: multiple approaches within a primary school Annual Conference of the Australian Science Education Research Association, Perth (June).
Published in: 2000a
Knight, B.A (2000). Inclusion: An Australian story of good practice. International Special Education Congress, Manchester (July)
Published in: 2000
Schwartz, N.H., Royer, K. Graham, L. & Knight, B.A. (1999) Using Prior Knowledge and Spatial Displays-- Comprehension and Retention of Text. Paper accepted to the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Montreal , Quebec
Published in: 1999c
Knight, B.A. (1999). Keynote Address. The Development of Gifted Students' Literacy Skills: Implications for Tomorrow's Classrooms Keynote address presented at the Regional State Conference of Australian Literacy Educators Association/Queensland Association of Gifted and Talented Children, Cairns , (July)
Published in: 1999b
Knight, B.A. (1999). Keynote Address: Gifted Education in the New Millenium. Keynote address presented at the 9th State Conference of Queensland Association of Gifted and Talented Children, Brisbane (March)
Published in: 1999a
Waldrip, B.G., Knight, B.A., Webb, G. & Jensen, P. (1999, July). Student teachers' perceptions of competence to teach primary science and their understandings of scientific words. Paper presented at the annual conference of the Australian Science Education Research Association, Rotorua , New Zealand
Published in: 1999
Allen, J., Schwartz , N.H. , Knight, B., Graham, L & McLaughlin, M. (1998). Geographic Familiarity and the Retention of Biologically-based Text. Paper presented at the annual meeting of National Consortium for Instruction and Cognition, San Diego , CA .
Published in: 1998a
Maguire, M. Schwartz, N.H., Graham, L., & Knight, B. (1998). Metaphors, Maps and Diagrams: The Role of Prior Knowledge in Spatial Displays. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Diego , CA
Published in: 1998
Ayres, R., Graham, L., & Knight, B.A. (1997). Implementing collaborative consultation for students with learning problems in primary schools. Inclusive Schooling: The Boundaries and Beyond International Conference, Brisbane , February
Published in: 1997a
Knight, B.A. (1997). A longitudinal study of cognitive and metacognitive instruction in elementary classrooms: A follow up. Seventh European Conference for Research on Learning and Instruction, Athens , August
Published in: 1997
Schwartz, N.N., Knight, B.A. & Graham, L. (1996). Knowledge of a Map:
Does it Affect Passage Retention? Paper presented at the annual meeting of
the National Consortium for Instruction and Cognition, New York , NY .
Published in: 1996c
Knight, B.A., & Paterson, D. (1996). A longitudinal study of cognitive and metacognitive instruction in elementary classrooms. International Psychologists Conference ( Bamff , Canada ), July.
Published in: 1996b
Ayres, R., Graham, L. & Knight, B.A. (1996). Towards an inclusive model of service delivery for students experiencing learning problems. Australian Special Education Conference, Hobart , September.
Published in: 1996a
Knight, B.A. & Graham, L. (1996). Catering for students with learning disabilities at the tertiary level. Australian Special Education Conference, Hobart , September.
Published in: 1996
Bailey, S., Knight, B.A. and Riley, D. (1995). Addressing the needs of the gifted disadvantaged in rural Australia . The 11th World Conference on Gifted and Talented Children, Hong Kong , July/August
Published in: 1995c
Westwood, P. and Knight, B.A. (1995). What teachers believe about literacy learning and teaching. Australian Special Education Conference, Darwin , July.
Published in: 1995b
Knight, B.A., Graham, L. and Hughes, D. (1995). Enhancing the acceptance of students with learning difficulties in regular classrooms during the United Nations 1995 Year of Tolerance. Australian Special Education Conference, Darwin , July.
Published in: 1995a
Knight, B.A. and Paterson, D. (1995). Examining the implementation of a cognitive instructional approach in elementary classes. Canadian Educational Research Association Conference, Montreal , Canada , June.
Published in: 1995
Knight, B.A. (1994). Preventing Reading Failure:An Analysis. Australian Special Education Conference, Adelaide , September.
Published in: 1994b
Bailey, S.,Knight, B.A., and Riley, D. (1994). Are the gifted disadvantaged and are the disadvantaged gifted. Australian Association for the Education of the Gifted and Talented National Conference, Perth , April
Published in: 1994a
Knight, B.A., Bailey, S. and Riley, D. (1994). Opportunities for Rural Disadvantaged Gifted and Talented Students. Queensland Association for Gifted and Talented Children Conference, Brisbane , March.
Published in: 1994
Knight, B.A. and Hughes, D. (1993). The importance of social compertence for all preschool and kindergarten children. Issues in Australian Childhood National Conference, Brisbane , September.
Published in: 1993c
Cunningham, D.J., Watson, K., and Knight, B.A. (1993). Tools for literacy in the new millennium. Australian Reading Association First International Conference, Melbourne , July.
Published in: 1993b
Knight, B.A. and Watson, K.K. (1993). Computer hardware-software and organisation within primary schools: An exploratory study involving schools in the NW region of NSW, Australia . Australian Computers in Education Conference, Sydney , June.
Published in: 1993a
Cunningham, D.J., Knight, B.A., and Watson, K. (1993). Instructional prescriptions can be hazardous to your pedagogy. American Educational Research Association Conference, Atlanta , Georgia , April
Published in: 1993
Knight, B.A. (1992). The use of computers in primary classrooms in the North-West region of New South Wales . Australian Reading Association Conference, Hobart , September.
Published in: 1992a
Mulcahy, R., Knight, B.A.,and Wilgosh, L. (1992). Development, implementation and evaluation of two learning thinking strategy programs.Ninth World Congress, International Association for the Scientific Study of Mental Deficiency Conference, Gold Coast, August.
Published in: 1992
Knight, B.A. (1991). A teaching perspective of guided internality relevant to teachers of intellectually disabled students. Australian Special Education Conference, Brisbane , September.
Published in: 1991
Bouffler, C., Knight, B.A., and Dunn, M (1990). Is Whole language still relevant to reading?. Australian Reading Association Conference, Canberra , July.
Published in: 1990
EDUCATION
Specialist Studies in Education - Special Education and Disability
EDUCATION
Specialist Studies in Education - Special Education and Disability
Journal article

McAllister, M., Withyman, C., & Knight, B. A. (2018). Facilitation as a vital skill in mental health promotion: Findings from a mixed methods evaluation. Journal of Mental Health Training, Education and Practice, 13(4), 238-247. Retrieved from https://www.emeraldinsight.com/doi/full/10.1108/JMHTEP-05-2017-0036

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McAllister, M., Knight, B. A., Hasking, P., Withyman, C., & Dawkins, J. (2018). Building resilience in regional youth: Impacts of a universal mental health promotion program. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 27(3), 1044-1054. doi:10.1111/inm.12412

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McAllister, M., Knight, B. A., & Withyman, C. (2017). Merging contemporary learning theory with mental health promotion to produce an effective schools-based program. Nurse Education in Practice, 25, 74-79. doi:10.1016/j.nepr.2017.05.005

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Knight, B. A., & Galletly, S. A. (2017). Effective literacy instruction for all students: A time for change. International Journal of Innovation, Creativity & Change, 03(01), 65-86. Retrieved from http://www.ijicc.net/index.php/past-editions/26-vol3i1.html

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Webb, G., Knight, B. A., & Busch, G. (2017). Children’s transitions to school: ‘so what about the parents’? or ‘so, what about the parents’?. International Journal of Early Years Education, 25(2), 204-217. doi:10.1080/09669760.2017.1301808

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Ambrosetti, A., Dekkers, J., & Knight, B. A. (2017). Mentoring triad: an alternative mentoring model for preservice teacher education?. Mentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning, 25(1), 42-60. doi:10.1080/13611267.2017.1308093

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Knight, B. A., Casey, M., & Dekkers, J. (2017). Using electronic textbooks to teach mathematics in the secondary classroom: What do the students say?. International Journal of Education and Development using Information and Communication Technology, 13(1), 87-102. Retrieved from http://ijedict.dec.uwi.edu//viewissue.php?id=47

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Picton, C., Horsley, M., & Knight, B. A. (2016). Exploring conceptualisations of disability: A Talanoa approach to understanding cultural frameworks of disability in Samoa. Disability, CBR and Inclusive Development, 27(1), 17-32. doi:10.5463/dcid.v1i1.502

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Fasso, W., Knight, B. A., & Purnell, K. (2016). Distributed leadership of school curriculum change: an integrative approach. School Leadership & Management, 36(2), 204-220. doi:10.1080/13632434.2016.1209177

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McAllister, M., Knight, B., Hasking, P., & Sargent, L. (2016). Tackling self-harm in youth: Findings from a mental health promotion intervention in regional Queensland Schools. International Journal of Mental Health Nursing, 25(Supplement 1), 31-32. Retrieved from http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/inm.12771/full

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Knight, B. A., & Galletly, S. A. (2016). The effects of an intervention program on middle school students' literacy skills. Special Education Perspectives, 25(1), 7-17. Retrieved from https://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=216816;res=AEIPT

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Blomberg, S., & Knight, B. (2015). Investigating novice teacher experiences of the teaching dynamics operating in selected school communities in Finland. Improving schools., 18(2), 157-170. doi:10.1177/1365480215576176

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Knight, B. (2015). Teachers’ use of textbooks in the digital age. Cogent education., 2(1), 1-10. doi:10.1080/2331186X.2015.1015812

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Fasso, W., Knight, C., & Knight, B. (2014). A learner-centered design framework for e-learning. International journal of online pedagogy and course design., 4(4), 44-59. doi:10.4018/IJOPCD

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Lynch, D., Madden, J., & Knight, B. (2014). Harnessing professional dialogue, collaboration and content in context : an exploration of a new model for teacher professional learning. International journal of innovation, creativity and change., 1(3), 1-15. Retrieved from http://www.ijicc.net/

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Ambrosetti, A., Knight, B., & Dekkers, J. (2014). Maximizing the potential of mentoring : a framework for pre-service teacher education. Mentoring and tutoring : partnership in learning., 22(3), 224-239. doi:10.1080/13611267.2014.926662

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Galletly, S., & Knight, B. (2013). Because trucks aren't bicycles : orthographic complexity as an important variable in reading research. Australian educational researcher., 40(2), 173-194. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s13384-013-0091-2

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Knight, C., Hardy, S., & Knight, B. (2013). Social innovation, resilience and the Higher Degree Research experience. International journal of innovation, creativity and change., 1(1), 1-15. Retrieved from http://www.ijicc.net/images/issue1volume1/knight%20and%20co.pdf

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Knight, B., & Horsley, M. (2013). The ecology of change and continuity in the use of textbooks in higher education. Text., 17(2), 1-13. Retrieved from http://www.textjournal.com.au/speciss/issue23/knight&horsley.pdf

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Knight, B., & Moore, T. (2012). Supporting beginning male teachers as they transform to skilled professionals. Improving schools., 15(1), 61-72. doi:10.1177/1365480211433729

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Knight, C., Knight, B., & Goodrick, D. (2012). Therapeutic not therapy : the impact of an educational program for coping with loss and grief associated with living with people with disabilities. Developing practice : the child youth and family work journal., 31, 29-42.

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Knight, B., Dekkers, J., & Wilson, G. (2012). Using MOODLE as an effective Learning Management System within a school context. Journal for computing teachers., (2012), 1-18.

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Savage, P., Knight, B. A., & Knight, C. (2011). “Can I do that? Is it legal?” The Australian nurse’s cry for help. Journal of Nursing Law, 14(2), 68-76. doi:10.1891/1073-7472.14.2.68

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Kerr, D., & Knight, B. (2011). Analysing the effects of an industry-based jazz education performance training programme on the development of adjunct-professional skills. Music education research., 13(3), 327-341.

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Galletly, S., & Knight, B. (2011). Differential disadvantage of anglophone weak readers due to English orthographic complexity and cognitive processing weakness. Australasian journal of special education., 35(1), 72-96. doi:10.1375/ajse.35.1.72

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Richardson, S., & Knight, B. (2011). Student perspectives of embedded professional practice in pre-service teacher education. International journal of applied educational studies., 11(1), 33-46.

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Galletly, S., & Knight, B. (2011). Transition-from-early-to-sophisticated-literacy (TESL) as a factor in cross-national achievement differences. Australian educational researcher., 38(3), 329-354. doi:10.1007/s13384-011-0031-y

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Kerr, D., & Knight, B. (2010). Exploring an industry-based jazz education performance training programme. International journal of music education., 28(4), 301-312. doi:10.1177/0255761410381843

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Horsley, M., Knight, B., & Huntly, H. (2010). The role of textbooks and other teaching and learning resources in higher education in Australia : change and continuity in supporting learning. IARTEM e-journal., 3(2), 43-61. Retrieved from http://www.biriwa.com/

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Galletly, S., Knight, B., & Dekkers, J. (2010). When tests ‘frame’ children : the challenges of providing appropriate education for children with special needs. Australasian journal of special education., 34(2), 133-154.

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Galletly, S., Knight, B., Dekkers, J., & Galletly, T. (2009). Indicators of late emerging reading-accuracy difficulties in Australian schools. Australian journal of teacher education., 34(5), 54-64. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol34/iss5/5/

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Knight, B., & Waldrip, B. (2009). Student teachers' perceptions of science learning. Journal of science education., 10(1), 5-9.

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Eiser, S., & Knight, B. (2008). Professional development for biology teachers in the knowledge economy. Teaching science., 52(2), 14-18.

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Kerr, D., Hodges, G., & Knight, B. (2006). An unlikely symbiotic relationship : a unique jazz education-island resort partnership. Jazz Education Journal., 39(3), 61-64. Retrieved from http://iimpft.chadwyck.com/cgi/fulltext?action=byid&id=00497246

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Knight, B. (2004). Analysing the needs of gifted and talented students : implications for the rights of gifted students. TalentEd., 22(1), 3-8.

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Teghe, D., & Knight, B. (2006). Copyleft in the Age of Information Society : drawing on global social capital to address the information needs of a community of professionals. International journal of technology, knowledge and society., 1(4), 131-138. Retrieved from http://ijt.cgpublisher.com/product/pub.42/prod.72

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Paton, J., & Knight, B. (2003). Extending an emotionally gifted child's expression of empathy through developmental bibliotherapy. TalentEd., 21(3), 9-14.

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Teghe, D., & Knight, B. (2004). Neo-liberal higher education policy and its effects on the development of online courses. Campus-wide information systems., 21(4), 151-156.

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Teghe, D., & Knight, B. (2004). Productivist education vs. contextual learning : evaluation and the place of 'flexibility' in discourses of online education systems. Turkish online journal of distance education., 5(3), 1-11.

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Knight, C., Knight, B., & Teghe, D. (2006). Releasing the pedagogical power of information and communication technology for learners : a case study. International journal of education and development using information and communication technology., 2(2), 27-34. Retrieved from http://ijedict.dec.uwi.edu/include/getdoc.php?id=1367&article=167&mode=pdf

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Knight, B., Knight, C., & Teghe, D. (2007). Students at risk : an Australian experience of interagency collaboration. Youth studies Australia., 26(2), 50-57.

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Galletly, S., & Knight, B. (2006). The Dynamic indicators of basic early literacy skills (DIBELS) used in an Australian context. Australian journal of learning disabilities., 11(3), 147-154.

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Galletly, S., & Knight, B. (2004). The high cost of orthographic disadvantage. Australian journal of learning disabilities., 9(4), 4-11.

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Knight, B., & Galletly, S. (2005). The role of metacognition in reading-accuracy learning and instruction. Australian journal of learning disabilities., 10(2), 63-70.

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Teghe, D., Knight, B., & Knight, C. (2004). The SWIMS CD-ROM pilot : using community development principles and technologies of the information society to address identified informational needs. Issues in informing science & information technology., 1(1), 497-508.

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Knight, B., & Galletly, S. (2006). The Test of Word Reading Efficiency (TOWRE) used in an Australian context. Australian journal of learning disabilities., 11(3), 139-145.

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Internet publication

Hegney, D., Harvey, C., Chamberlain, D., Wirihana, L., Sobolewska, A., Garrahy, A., & Knight, B. (2018). A systematic review of the factors influencing the effective early career transition to a nursing speciality in differing contexts of practice. National Institute for Health Research, UK. Retrieved from http://www.crd.york.ac.uk/PROSPERO/display_record.php?ID=CRD42018096180

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Book chapter

Fasso, W., & Knight, B. A. (2018). Affect in online learning: Outcomes, emotions and affective states. In R. C. Sharma (Ed.), Innovative Applications of Online Pedagogy and Course Design (pp. 128-153). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-5225-5466-0.ch007

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Knight, B. A., Galletly, S. A., & Gargett, P. S. (2017). Managing cognitive load as the key to literacy development: Research directions suggested by crosslinguistic research and research on Initial Teaching Alphabet (ITA). In R. V. Nata (Ed.), Progress in Education (Vol. 45, pp. 61-150). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science. Retrieved from https://www.novapublishers.com/catalog/product_info.php?products_id=60558

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Zipf, R. K. (2016). A bricoleur approach to navigating the methodological maze. In R. Harreveld, M. Danaher, C. Lawson, B. Knight, & G. Busch (Eds.), Constructing methodology for qualitative research: Researching education and social practices (pp. 59-72). London, UK.: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59943-8_5

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Mann, G. (2016). A non-binary methodological manoeuvre: Expert quantitative and novice qualitative researcher. In R. Harreveld, M. Danaher, C. Lawson, B. A. Knight, & G. Busch (Eds.), Constructing methodology for qualitative research: Researching education and social practices (pp. 15-29). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59943-8

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Owens, A. (2016). Articulating the fact behind the fiction: Narrative inquiry as a research methodology for historical novelists. In R. Harreveld, M. Danaher, C. Lawson, B. A. Knight, & G. Busch (Eds.), Constructing methodology for qualitative research: Researching education and social practices (pp. 139-153). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59943-8

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Cowling, C., & Lawson, C. (2016). Dipping qualitative toes into a quantitative worldview: Methodological manoeuvres in a multicultural context. In R. Harreveld, M. Danaher, C. Lawson, B. A. Knight, & G. Busch (Eds.), Constructing methodology for qualitative research: Researching education and social practices (pp. 31-44). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59943-8

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Blayney, W., & Harreveld, R. (2016). Discursive manoeuvring in the borderlands of career transition: From trade to teacher. In R. Harreveld, M. Danaher, C. Lawson, B. A. Knight, & G. Busch (Eds.), Constructing methodology for qualitative research: Researching education and social practices (pp. 201-217). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59943-8

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Busch, G., & Danby, S. (2016). From fledgling manoeuvres methodological confidence:
Conversations between a doctoral student and supervisor on ethnomethodology and conversation analysis to explore
the everyday worlds of children and families. In R. Harreveld, M. Danaher, C. Lawson, B. A. Knight, & G. Busch (Eds.), Constructing methodology for qualitative research: Researching education and social practices (pp. 237-252). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59943-8

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Harreveld, R., Danaher, M., Lawson, C., Knight, B., & Busch, G. (2016). Introduction. In R. Harreveld, M. Danaher, C. Lawson, B. Knight, & G. Busch (Eds.), Constructing methodology for qualitative research: Researching education and social practices (pp. 1-14). London, UK.: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59943

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Harreveld, R., Danaher, M., Lawson, C., Knight, B., & Busch, G. (2016). Introduction. In R. Harreveld, M. Danaher, C. Lawson, B. Knight, & G. Busch (Eds.), Constructing methodology for qualitative research: Researching education and social practices (pp. 1-14). London, UK.: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59943

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Moore, T. (2016). Manoeuvring through the maze of methodology: Constructing the research-ready embodied RHD student. In R. Harreveld, M. Danaher, C. Lawson, B. A. Knight, & G. Busch (Eds.), Constructing methodology for qualitative research: Researching education and social practices (pp. 73-87). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59943-8

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Brien, D. L., & McAllister, M. (2016). Methodological and other research strategies to manoeuvre from single to multi- and interdisciplinary project partnerships. In R. Harreveld, M. Danaher, C. Lawson, B. Knight, & G. Busch (Eds.), Constructing methodology for qualitative research: Researching education and social practices (pp. 171-186). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59943-8_12

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Cowling, M. A. (2016). Navigating the path between positivism and interpretivism for the technology academic completing education research. In R. Harreveld, M. Danaher, C. Lawson, B. A. Knight, & G. Busch (Eds.), Constructing methodology for qualitative researching education and social practices (pp. 45-58). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59943-8

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Fasso, W., Knight, B., & Purnell, K. (2016). Navigating, negotiating and nullifying contradictions in the research around school curriculum change. In D. Rossi, P. Gacenga, & P. Danaher (Eds.), Navigating the education research maze: Contextual, conceptual, methodological and transformational challenges and opportunities for researchers (pp. 145-162). Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan. Retrieved from http://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-39853-2

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Danaher, M., & Jameson, M. (2016). On manoeuvre: Navigating practice-led methodology in a creative writing PhD for the first time. In R. Harreveld, M. Danaher, C. Lawson, B. Knight, & G. Busch (Eds.), Constructing methodology for qualitative research: Researching education and social practices (pp. 155-169). London, UK.: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59943-8_11

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Dodd, L. (2016). Show and tell: A practice-led methodological solution for researchers in creative writing. In B. Harreveld, M. Danaher, C. Lawson, B. A. Knight, & G. Busch (Eds.), Constructing methodology for qualitative research: Researching education and social practices (pp. 123-137). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59943-8_9

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Black, A. L., & Busch, G. (2016). Understanding and influencing research with children. In R. Harreveld, M. Danaher, C. Lawson, B. A. Knight, & G. Busch (Eds.), Constructing methodology for qualitative research: Researching education and social practices (pp. 219-235). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan. doi:10.1057/978-1-137-59943-8

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Ambrosetti, A., Dekkers, J., & Knight, B. (2015). Developing a culture of collaboration using mentoring triads in a preservice teacher program. In F. Kochan, A. M. Kent, & A. M. Green (Eds.), Uncovering the cultural dynamics in mentoring programs and relationships : enhancing practice and research (pp. 167-184). Charlotte, North Carolina: Information Age Publishing.

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Fasso, W., Knight, B., & Knight, C. (2015). Development of individual agency within a collaborative, creative learning community. In M. Khosrow-Pour (Ed.), Encyclopedia of information science and technology (3rd ed., pp. 7519-7528). Hershey, NY: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-5888-2.ch740

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Fasso, W., & Knight, B. (2015). Knowledge transfer in community-embedded learning : a case study. In R. V. Nata (Ed.), Progress in education, volume 34 (pp. 99-114). Hauppage, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

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Knight, B., & Horsley, M. (2014). A new approach to cognitive metrics : analysing the mechanics of comprehension using eye tracking data in student completion of high stakes testing evaluation. In M. Horsley, M. Eliot, B. A. Knight, & R. Reilly (Eds.), Current trends in eye tracking research (pp. 281-296). Switzerland: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-02868-2_23

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Knight, B., Horsley, M., & Eliot, M. (2014). Eye tracking and the learning system : an overview. In M. Horsley, M. Eliot, B. A. Knight, & R. Reilly (Eds.), Current trends in eye tracking research (pp. 281-285). Switzerland: Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-02868-2_22

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Knight, B. (2014). Students with special needs : defined by their origin?. In F. Dervin, & H. Ragnarsdottir (Eds.), Origins : a sustainable concept in education (First edition ed., pp. 73-86). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.

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Fasso, W., Knight, C., & Knight, B. (2013). A design framework for enhancing on-line learning. In C. Boyle (Ed.), Student learning : improving practice (pp. 59-77). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

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Ambrosetti, A., Knight, B., & Dekkers, J. (2013). A new vision of mentoring in teacher education. In Unknown (Ed.), Teacher education in Australia : investigations into programming, practicum and partnership. (pp. 77-93). Brisbane, Qld: Oxford Global Press.

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Knight, B., & Van der Zwan, R. (2013). Innovation in education. In Unknown (Ed.), Teaching innovations supporting student outcomes in the 21st century. (pp. 13-18). Brisbane, Qld,: Oxford Global Press.

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Ambrosetti, A., Knight, B., & Dekkers, J. (2013). Perceptions and experiences of peer mentoring in pre-service teacher education. In Unknown (Ed.), Mentoring : practices, potential challenges and benefits. (pp. 125-143). New York: Nova Science.

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Van der Zwan, R., & Knight, B. (2013). Science is innovation and innovation is the future. In Unknown (Ed.), Teaching innovations supporting student outcomes in the 21st century. (International ed., pp. 164-169). Brisbane, Qld.: Oxford Global Press.

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Knight, B., Turner, D., & Dekkers, J. (2013). The future of the practicum : addressing the knowing-doing gap. In Unknown (Ed.), Teacher education in Australia : investigations into programming, practicum and partnership. (International ed., pp. 63-76). Brisbane, Qld.: Oxford Global Press.

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Knight, C., & Knight, B. (2011). 21st century schools : enhancing students’ mental health and well-being. In D. Lynch, & B. A. Knight (Eds.), Issues in contemporary teaching. Vol. 1 (pp. 90-100). Brisbane, Qld.: AACLM Press.

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Knight, B., & Galletly, S. (2011). Developing an informed and integrated teaching approach for students with reading-accuracy difficulties in the primary school. In D. Lynch, & B. A. Knight (Eds.), Issues in contemporary teaching. Vol. 2 (pp. 65-89). Brisbane, Qld: AACLM Press.

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Lynch, D., & Knight, B. (2011). Learning in the present-day world. In D. Lynch, & B. A. Knight (Eds.), Issues in contemporary teaching. Vol. 1 (pp. 9-14). Brisbane, Qld.: AACLM Press.

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Knight, B., & Lynch, D. (2011). Teaching in a contemporary world. In D. Lynch, & B. A. Knight (Eds.), Issues in contemporary teaching. Vol. 2 (pp. 11-19). Brisbane, Qld: AACLM Press.

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Knight, B., & Ely, T. (2010). Exploring learning diagnostics. In B. A. Knight, & D. Lynch (Eds.), Applied learning management : new approaches for the new millennium (pp. 108-120). Frenchs Forest, N.S.W.: Pearson Australia.

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Lynch, D., Smith, R., & Knight, B. (2010). Learning diagnostics. In D. Lynch, & B. A. Knight (Eds.), Theory and practice of learning management : a text for the student of learning management (pp. 61-77). Frenchs Forest, N.S.W.: Pearson Australia.

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Lynch, D., & Knight, B. (2010). Locating the theory and practice of learning management. In D. Lynch, & B. A. Knight (Eds.), Theory and practice of learning management : a text for the student of learning management (pp. 1-6). Frenchs Forest, N.S.W.: Pearson Australia.

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Knight, B., & Ely, T. (2010). Special education and the learning manager. In B. A. Knight, & D. Lynch (Eds.), Applied learning management : new approaches for the new millennium (pp. 99-107). Frenchs Forest, N.S.W.: Pearson Australia.

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Knight, B., & Lynch, D. (2010). The application of learning management. In B. A. Knight, & D. Lynch (Eds.), Applied learning management : new approaches for the new millennium (pp. 1-6). Frenchs Forest, N.S.W.: Pearson Australia.

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Knight, B. (2009). Teaching students with special needs. In L. J. Saha, & A. G. Dworkin (Eds.), International handbook of research on teachers and teaching (pp. 865-880). New York, USA: Springer.

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Knight, B., Bellert, A., & Graham, E. (2008). General classroom strategies to enhance the inclusion of students with learning difficulties. In C. Forlin, & M. J. Lian (Eds.), Reform, inclusion and teacher education : towards a new era of special education in the Asia-Pacific region (pp. 169-186). Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon.: Routledge.

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Savage, P., & Knight, B. (2007). Adapting legal principles to clinical nurse practice. In B. A. Knight, B. Walker-Gibbs, & J. Delamoir (Eds.), Research into 21st century communities (pp. 179-190). Teneriffe, Qld: Post Pressed. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/12242

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Knight, B., & Apthorp, H. (2007). An analysis of students' use of dimensions of learning in a pre-service teacher education programme. In B. A. Knight, P. O'Neill, & T. Doe (Eds.), Learning management : pedagogy that works (pp. 51-60). Heatherton, Vic.: Hawker Brownlow Education.

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Savage, P., & Knight, B. (2005). An operational curriculum model for authentic nurse education. In B. A. Knight (Ed.), Researching educational capital in a technological age (pp. 151-168). Teneriffe, Qld.: Post Pressed. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/18905

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Teghe, D., & Knight, B. (2006). Choosing online learning communities or collaborative learning. In S. Marshall, W. Taylor, & X. Yu (Eds.), Encyclopedia of developing regional communities with information and communication technology (pp. 90-95). Hershey, PA: Idea Group Reference.

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Knight, B., Walker-Gibbs, B., & Harrison, A. (2005). Educational capital in a technological age. In B. A. Knight (Ed.), Researching educational capital in a technological age (pp. 5-10). Teneriffe, Qld.: Post Pressed. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/18858

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Harrison, A., Knight, B., & Walker-Gibbs, B. (2004). Educational research : partnerships, initiatives and pedagogy. In A. G. Harrison, B. A. Knight, & B. Walker-Gibbs (Eds.), Educational research partnerships, initiatives and pedagogy (pp. 6-12). Flaxton, Qld.: Post Pressed. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/22288

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O'Neill, P., & Knight, B. (2007). E-learning : a catalyst for a futures orientation. In Unknown (Ed.), Learning management : transitioning teachers for national and international change (pp. 44-56). Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education Australlia.

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Graham, C., & Knight, B. (2007). Entrepreneurial professionalism and learning management. In Unknown (Ed.), Learning management : transitioning teachers for national and international change (pp. 30-36). Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education Australia.

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Knight, B., Graham, E., & Hughes, D. (2004). Facilitating positive social interaction for children with learning disabilities. In B. A. Knight, & W. Scott (Eds.), Learning difficulties : multiple perspectives (pp. 171-185). Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education Australia.

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Moore, T., & Knight, B. (2005). Finding mates : developing a male teacher support program. In B. A. Knight (Ed.), Researching educational capital in a technological age (pp. 121-134). Teneriffe, Qld.: Post Pressed. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/18893

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McDiarmid, C., Knight, B., & Freebody, P. (2000). Getting it write : a comparison of whole language and genre appraoches to literacy education. In B. A. Knight, & L. Rowan (Eds.), Researching futures oriented pedagogy (pp. 107-132). Flaxton, Qld.: Post Pressed. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/27215

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Knight, B. (2001). Inclusion : smoothing the pathways into the regular classroom. In B. A. Knight, & L. Rowan (Eds.), Researching in contemporary educational environments (pp. 84-96). Flaxton, Qld.: Post Pressed. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/28745

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Knight, B., Walker-Gibbs, B., & Delamoir, J. (2007). Introduction : [Research into 21st century communities]. In B. A. Knight, B. Walker-Gibbs, & J. Delamoir (Eds.), Research into 21st century communities (pp. 9-14). Teneriffe, Qld: Post Pressed. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/28313

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O'Neill, P., Knight, B., & Walker-Gibbs, B. (2005). Issues for teacher education in an information age : the role of collegial learning. In B. A. Knight (Ed.), Researching educational capital in a technological age (pp. 203-218). Teneriffe, Qld.: Post Pressed. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/18930

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Kerr, D., Hodges, G., & Knight, B. (2007). Jazz education performance training : contemporary jazz educators and performers perceptions of performance training in the 21st century. In B. A. Knight, B. Walker-Gibbs, & J. Delamoir (Eds.), Research into 21st century communities (pp. 249-262). Teneriffe, Qld: Post Pressed. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/12759

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Eiser, S., & Knight, B. (2006). Knowledge renewel [ie. renewal] in the 21st century : developing a professional network of biology teachers. In B. M. Walker-Gibbs, & B. A. Knight (Eds.), Re-visioning research and knowledge for the 21st century (pp. 89-100). Teneriffe, Qld.: Post Pressed. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/7229

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Knight, B., O'Neill, P., & Doe, T. (2007). Learning management : pedagogy that works. In B. A. Knight, P. O'Neill, & T. Doe (Eds.), Unknown Book (pp. 9-11). Heatherton, Vic.: Hawker Brownlow Education.

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Smith, R., Knight, B., & Lynch, D. (2007). Learning management : transitioning teachers for national and international change. In Unknown (Ed.), Unknown Book (pp. 1-8). Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education Australia.

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O'Neill, P., Knight, B., & Lynch, D. (2007). Portal task : know it and do it!. In Unknown (Ed.), Learning management : transitioning teachers for national and international change (pp. 138-149). Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education Australia.

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Rowan, L., & Knight, B. (2000). Researching futures oriented pedagogy. In B. A. Knight, & L. Rowan (Eds.), Unknown Book (pp. 1-6). Flaxton, Qld.: Post Pressed. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/27179

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Walker-Gibbs, B., & Knight, B. (2006). Re-visioning research and knowledge for the 21st century. In B. M. Walker-Gibbs, & B. A. Knight (Eds.), Unknown Book (pp. 7-11). Teneriffe, Qld.: Post Pressed. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/7219

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Knight, C., & Knight, B. (2004). Teacher experiences of inclusion of students with special educational needs into schools. In A. G. Harrison, B. A. Knight, & B. Walker-Gibbs (Eds.), Educational research partnerships, initiatives and pedagogy (pp. 111-128). Flaxton, Qld.: Post Pressed. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/22300

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Knight, B. (2007). Teaching students with special needs. In Unknown (Ed.), Learning management : transitioning teachers for national and international change (pp. 37-43). Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education Australia.

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Harrison, A., & Knight, B. (2003). The challenge : education for the future. In Unknown (Ed.), Research perspectives on education for the future (pp. 7-12). Flaxton, Qld.: Post Pressed. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/21256

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Book

Harreveld, R., Danaher, M., Lawson, C., Knight, B. A., & Busch, G. (2016). Constructing methodology for qualitative research: Researching education and social practices. London: Palgrave Macmillan. Retrieved from http://dx.doi.org/10.1057/978-1-137-59943-8

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Horsley, M., Eliot, M., Knight, B., & Reilly, R. (2014). Current trends in eye tracking research. Switzerland: Springer International Publishing. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-02868-2

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Knight, B., & Van der Zwan, R. (2013). Teaching innovations supporting student outcomes in the 21st century. Tarragindi, Qld: Oxford Global Press.

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Lynch, D., & Knight, B. (2011). Issues in contemporary teaching. D. Lynch, & B. A. Knight (Eds.), Brisbane, Qld.: AACLM Press.

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Lynch, D., & Knight, B. (2011). Issues in contemporary teaching. D. Lynch, & B. A. Knight (Eds.), Brisbane, Qld.: AACLM Press.

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Knight, B., & Lynch, D. (2010). Applied learning management : new approaches for the new millennium. Frenchs Forest, N.S.W.: Pearson Australia.

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Knight, B., Walker-Gibbs, B., & Harrison, A. (2004). Educational research partnerships, initiatives and pedagogy. Flaxton, Qld.: Post Pressed.

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Scott, W., & Knight, B. (2004). Learning difficulties : multiple perspectives. Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education Australia.

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Knight, B., O'Neill, P., & Doe, T. (2007). Learning management : pedagogy that works - August 22-24, 2007. Heatherton, Vic.: Hawker Brownlow Education.

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Smith, R., Lynch, D., & Knight, B. (2007). Learning management : transitioning teachers for national and international change. Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Education Australia.

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Knight, B. (2002). Reconceptualising learning in the knowledge society. Flaxton, Qld.: Post Pressed.

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Knight, B., Walker-Gibbs, B., & Delamoir, J. (2007). Research into 21st century communities. Teneriffe, Qld.: Post Pressed.

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Knight, B., & Harrison, A. (2003). Research perspectives on education for the future. Flaxton, Qld.: Post Pressed. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/35771

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Walker-Gibbs, B., Harrison, A., & Knight, B. (2005). Researching educational capital in a technological age. Teneriffe, Qld.: Post Pressed.

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Rowan, L., & Knight, B. (2000). Researching futures oriented pedagogy. Flaxton, Qld.: Post Pressed.

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Knight, B., & Rowan, L. (2001). Researching in contemporary educational environments. Flaxton, Qld.: Post Pressed.

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Walker-Gibbs, B., & Knight, B. (2006). Re-visioning research and knowledge for the 21st century. Teneriffe, Qld.: Post Pressed.

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Conference paper

Fasso, W., & Knight, B. A. (2016). Quality improvement: Meaningful evaluation data analysis to improve course design and teaching. In P. Kirby, & G. Marks (Eds.), Proceedings of Global Learn, 2016 (pp. 119-129). Waynesville, NC.: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

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Teghe, D., Knight, B., & Knight, C. (2004). Building a regional school community's capacity to identify and address at risk issues through the use of a computer-mediated informational system : the SWIMS CD-ROM. In P. Danaher, C. Macpherson, F. Nouwens, & D. Orr (Eds.), Lifelong learning : whose responsibility and what is your contribution? : refereed papers from the 3rd International Lifelong Learning Conference, Yeppoon, Central Queensland, Australia, 13 - 16 June 2004 (pp. 341-347). Rockhampton, Qld.: Central Queensland University Press. Retrieved from http://hdl.cqu.edu.au/10018/2057

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Moore, T., & Knight, B. (2006). Life as a beginning male teacher in Queensland : who are they and what are they doing?. In Proceedings of the 2006 Australian Association for Research in Education Conference. (pp. 1-8). Coldstream, Vic.: AARE. Retrieved from http://www.aare.edu.au/06pap/moo06096.pdf

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Teghe, D., Knight, C., & Knight, B. (2004). Linking statutory child protection/youth justice systems and schools in an Australian context : the useful role of a social worker. In NZARE AARE Conference 2003 : educational research, risks, & dilemmas, 29 November - 3 December 2003, Hyatt Regency Hotel and University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand. (pp. 1-10). Coldstream, Vic.: Australian Association for Research in Education.

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Report

Waite, H., Knight, B., Bassett, S., Clift, V., & Hearl, B. (2003). Indigenous Students Links with Industry Program : measuring the outcomes and exploring the experiences in a regional context. Rockhampton, Qld.: Central Queensland University.

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Teghe, D., & Knight, B. (2002). Social Worker in Mackay schools : an analysis of the research. Rockhampton, Qld.: Faculty of Education and Creative Arts, Central Queensland University [printer].

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