Publications: Ditchburn, Geraldine
Ditchburn, G.M. (2012) The Australian curriculum: finding the hidden narrative? Critical Studies in Education, 53 (3). pp. 347-360.
Ditchburn, G. (2012) A national Australian curriculum: in whose interests? Asia Pacific Journal of Education, 32 (3). pp. 259-269.
Down, B., Ditchburn, G. and Lee, L. (2008) Teachers’ ideological discourses and the enactment of citizenship education. Curriculum perspectives, 28 (2). pp. 1-27.
Schibeci, R., Ditchburn, G., Lake, D. and Leslie, G. (2007) Primary and secondary teachers' perceptions of salinity curriculum materials. Teaching Science, 53 (3). pp. 32-36.
Ditchburn, G. (2010) What's the problem? Pausing to reassess the reasons for a national curriculum. In: 25th West Australian Institute of Educational Research (WAIER) Forum , 7 August 2010, Edith Cowan University, Mount Lawley Campus.
Glass, C. and Ditchburn, G. (2009) Making space: Exploring alternative pedagogies in teacher education. In: 24th Western Australian Institute for Educational Research (WAIER) Forum, 1 August 2009, Edith Cowan University, Mount Lawley Campus.
Ditchburn, G. (2012) Connecting with history: Strategies for an inquiry classroom. In: National Conference of the History Teachers' Association of Australia (HTAA), 2 - 4 October 2012, Perth College, Mount Lawley, W.A.
Down, B. and Ditchburn, G. (2005) Teachers' ideological discourses and the enactment of citizenship education. In: School of Education. Research Seminar Series, 2005, Murdoch University, Murdoch, W.A.
Ditchburn, G. (2005) Implementing the discovering democracy school materials project in Western Australia: A question of fit. In: Marsh, C., (ed.) Curriculum controversies point and counterpoint 1980-2005. Australian Curriculum Studies, Deakin West, A.C.T.
Ditchburn, G. and Hattensen, S. (2012) Connecting with history: Strategies for an inquiry classroom. Education Services Australia Limited, Carlton South, Vic.
Baker, R. and Ditchburn, G. (2006) Asia scope and sequence for studies of society and environment: Engaging young Australians with Asia. Curriculum Corporation, Carlton South.