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Crosswell, Leanne & Beutel, Denise A. (2011) Transitioning to practice across the professions : some lessons from the teaching profession. In Millwater, Jan, Ehrich, Lisa C., & Beutel, Denise A. (Eds.) Practical Experiences in Professional Education (PEPE) Journal. Post Pressed, Brisbane, Qld, pp. 171-187.
Crosswell, Leanne, Bahr, Nan, Pendergast, Donna, & Newhouse-Maiden, Lesley (2010) Developing resilience. In Pendergast, Donna & Bahr, Nan (Eds.) Teaching Middle Years : Rethinking Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment [2nd ed.]. Allen & Unwin, Crows Nest NSW, pp. 101-118.
Crosswell, Leanne (2009) Classroom management : developing your own approach to managing the classroom. In Millwater, Jan & Beutel, Denise A. (Eds.) Stepping out into the Real World of Education. Pearson Australia, French Forest, New South Wales, pp. 41-68.
Crosswell, Leanne J. (2008) Student relationships : democratic classrooms. In Millwater, Jan & Beutel, Denise A. (Eds.) Transitioning to the Real World of Education. Pearson Education Australia, Australia, pp. 69-96.
Crosswell, Leanne (2004) The Dimensions of Teacher Commitment: The Different Ways in which Teachers Conceptualise and Practice their Commitment. In McWilliam, E, Danby, S, & Knight, J (Eds.) Performing Educational Research: Theories, Methods and Practices. Post Pressed, Flaxton, Queensland, pp. 89-103.
Crosswell, Leanne & Elliott, Robert (2001) Change at the chalkface: Investigating teacher commitment: The relationship between the professional and the personal in teachers lives. In Singh, P & McWilliam, E (Eds.) Designing Educational Research:theories, Methods And Practices. Post Pressed, Flaxton, Queensland, pp. 71-82.
Crosswell, Leanne & Hunter, Lisa (2012) Navigating the muddy waters of the research into single sex classrooms in co-educational middle years settings. Australian Journal of Middle Schooling, 12(2), pp. 16-27.
Beutel, Denise A. & Crosswell, Leanne (2012) Preparing to teach : perceptions of graduate entry teacher education students. IAMURE: International Journal of Education, 2(1), pp. 96-106.
Crosswell, Leanne & Beutel, Denise A. (2012) Investigating pre-service teachers’ perceptions of their preparedness to teach. The International Journal of Learning, 18(4), pp. 1-15.
Bahr, Nan & Crosswell, Leanne (2011) Contesting lost ground for the middle years in Australia : using the case study of Queensland. Australian Journal of Middle Schooling, 11(2).
Bahr, Nan & Crosswell, Leanne (2010) Rise, fall and resurrection of middle years of schooling in Australia. Chronicle of Middle Level Education Research, 10(2).
Elliott, Bob, Macpherson, Ian, Mikel, Ed, Bolotin, Pamela, Crosswell, Leanne, & Aspland, Tania (2005) Defining a conversational space for curriculum leadership. Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy, 2(2), pp. 119-138.
Aspland, Tania & Crosswell, Leanne (2002) What's missing in teacher education? A middle years perspective. Australian Journal of Middle Schooling, 2(1), pp. 13-18.
Crosswell, Leanne, Beutel, Denise A., & Henderson, Deborah J. (2011) A way forward to managing the transition to professional practice for beginning teachers. In Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Teaching and Learning 2011 (ICTL), Parkroyal Penang Hotel, Penang.
Crosswell, Leanne J. & Elliott, Robert G. (2004) Committed teachers, passionate teachers : the dimension of passion associated with teacher commitment and engagement. In AARE 2004 Conference, 28th November - 2nd December, Melbourne, Australia.
Crosswell, Leanne, Beutel, Denise A., & Henderson, Deborah J. (2011) A way forward to managing the transition to professional practice for beginning teachers. In 3rd International Conference on Teaching and Learning (ICTL 2011), 14-16 November 2011, Parkroyal Hotel, Penang, Malaysia.
Crosswell, Leanne (2008) Advantage through structured flexibility. Eidos, Australia, Queensland.
Crosswell, Leanne (2006) Understanding teacher commitment in times of change. PhD thesis, Queensland University of Technology.