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English, Rebecca M., Johns, Raechel, & Dwyer, Angela E. (2015) Two mums and some babies : queering motherhood. In Burton, Nadya (Ed.) Natal Signs : Cultural Representations of Pregnancy, Birth and Parenting. Demeter Press, Ontario, Canada.
English, Rebecca Maree (2015) Too cool for homeschool? Accessing underground unschoolers with Web 2.0. In Trimmer, Karen, Black, Ali, & Riddle, Stewart (Eds.) Mainstreams, Margins and the Spaces In-between New possibilities for education research. Taylor and Francis (Routledge), New York, pp. 112-124.
English, Rebecca Maree & Howell, Jennifer (2011) Virtual communities as tools to support teaching practicum. In Handbook of Research on Methods and Techniques for Studying Virtual Communities : Paradigms and Phenomena. Information Science Reference, Hershey: PA, pp. 233-247.
English, Rebecca (2015) Use your freedom of choice : reasons for choosing homeschool in Australia. Journal of Unschooling and Alternative Learning, 9(17).
English, Rebecca (2014) Rent-a-crowd? Crowdfunding academic research. First Monday, 19(1).
Johns, Raechel & English, Rebecca M. (2014) Mothers influencing mothers : the use of virtual discussion boards and their influence on consumption. International Journal of Web Based Communities, 10(3), pp. 319-338.
English, Rebecca M. (2013) Schools in New Zealand, doing more with less? The Natural Parent Magazine New Zealand.
Dumenden, Iris E. & English, Rebecca M. (2013) Fish out of water : refugee and international students in mainstream Australian schools. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 17(10), pp. 1078-1088.
English, Rebecca M. (2013) The most private private education : home education in Australia. Homeschool Researcher, 29(4), pp. 1-7.
English, Rebecca M. (2012) Schooling from home : an ad-hoc answer to low teacher numbers? Principal Matters, 93, pp. 18-20.
Seib, Charrlotte, English, Rebecca, & Barnard, Alan (2011) Teaching undergraduate students community nursing : using action research to increase engagement and learning. Journal of Nursing Education, 50(9), pp. 536-539.
English, Rebecca M. (2009) Selling education through “culture” : responses to the market by new, non-government schools. The Australian Educational Researcher, 36(1), pp. 89-104.
English, Rebecca M. & Duncan-Howell, Jennifer A. (2008) Facebook© goes to college: using social networking tools to support students undertaking teaching practicum. Journal of Online Learning and Teaching, 4(4), pp. 596-601.
English, Rebecca M. (2007) School's principal attracts attention. Directions in education: Australian council for educational leaders, 16(17), p. 2.
English, Rebecca M. (2007) Promote or perish in the competitive state school market. Directions in education: Australian council for educational leaders, 16(16), pp. 2-3.
English, Rebecca M. (2006) Making the choice: Values and performance. Education Horizons, 9(2).
English, Rebecca M. (2006) Parents choices in ‘new times’: A case study of The Shelbyville College. In The Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association, 28-30 November 2006, Hong Kong.
English, Rebecca Maree (2005) School choice in a new market context: A case study of The Shelbyville College. Masters by Research thesis, Queensland University of Technology.
English, Rebecca M. (2012) Internationalising Australian secondary education. PhD thesis, Griffith University.
English, Rebecca M. (2005) School choice in a new market context: A case study of The Sheylbyville College. QUT.