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Lane, Rod & Bourke, Theresa (2016) Possibilities of an international assessment in geography. International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education. (In Press)
Ryan, Mary E. & Bourke, Theresa (2016) Spatialised metaphors of practice: How teacher educators engage with professional standards for teachers. Critical Studies in Education. (In Press)
Bourke, Theresa, Ryan, Mary E., & Lloyd, Margaret M. (2016) The discursive positioning of graduating teachers in accreditation of teacher education programs. Teaching and Teacher Education, 53, pp. 1-9.
Bourke, Terri & Lane, Rod (2016) The inclusion of geography in TIMSS: Can consensus be reached? International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education. (In Press)
Bourke, Theresa & Lidstone, John (2015) What is plan B? Using Foucault’s archaeology to enhance policy analysis. Discourse: Studies in Cultural Politics of Education, 36(6), pp. 833-853.
Bourke, Theresa & Lidstone, John (2015) Mapping geographical knowledge and skills needed for pre-service teachers in teacher education. SAGE Open, 5(1).
Bourke, Terri, Lidstone, John, & Ryan, Mary (2015) Schooling teachers: Professionalism or disciplinary power? Educational Philosophy And Theory, 47(1), pp. 84-100.
Smeed, Judy, Bourke, Theresa, Nickerson, Julie, & Corsbie, Tracy (2015) Testing times for the implementation of curriculum change: Analysis and extension of a curriculum change model. SAGE Open.
Bourke, Theresa & Carter, Jennifer (2015) “There’s nothing standard about standards”: Exploring tensions between two standards documents in higher education. Journal of Geography in Higher Education. (In Press)
Ryan, Mary E. & Bourke, Theresa (2013) The teacher as reflexive professional : making visible the excluded discourse in teacher standards. Discourse : Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, 34(3), pp. 411-423.
Bourke, Theresa, Ryan, Mary E., & Lidstone, John (2013) Reflexive professionalism : reclaiming the voice of authority in shaping the discourses of education policy. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education, 41(4), pp. 398-413.
Nickerson, Julie, Smeed, Judy, & Bourke, Theresa (2013) School culture matters. Leadership in Focus, pp. 15-16.
Bourke, Theresa, Lidstone, John, & Ryan, Mary E. (2013) Teachers performing professionalism: A Foucauldian archaeology. SAGE Open, 3(4), pp. 1-14.
Bourke, Theresa, Ryan, Mary E., & Lidstone, John (2012) Reclaiming professionalism for geography education : defending our own territory. Teaching and Teacher Education, 28(7), pp. 990-998.
Smeed, Judy L. & Bourke, Theresa (2012) Teachers’ perceptions of the use of an external change agent in school curriculum change. The Australian Educational Researcher, pp. 1-14.
Smeed, Judy L. & Bourke, Theresa (2010) Curriculum change in testing times. Teacher : The National Education Magazine, 2010(216), pp. 22-25.
Bourke, Theresa & Smeed, Judy L. (2010) Let's take a closer look at teacher professionalism. Leadership in Focus: The journal for Australasian School Leaders, 2010(20), pp. 38-39.
Bourke, Theresa (2014) What is plan B? Using Foucault's archaeology to enhance policy analysis. In AARE-NZARE 2014 : Speaking Back through Research, 30 November- 4 December 2014, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD. (Unpublished)
Bourke, Theresa & Smeed, Judy (2011) AITSL pilot projects [Queensland University of Technology : The existing school-based practices and processes for the use of NAPLAN data] Final report. (Unpublished)
O'Brien, Peter & Bourke, Theresa (2011) Inquiry-based Professional Learning : Speaking back to standards-based reforms. Australian Journal of Language and Literacy, 34(3), pp. 341-348.
Bourke, Terri (2009) A review of "Geography, An International Journal". International Research in Geographical and Environmental Education, 18(1), pp. 76-77.
Bourke, Theresa (2011) Teacher professional standards : mirage or miracle cure - an archaeology of professionalism in education. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.