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**56**.## 2000

Ewing McMahon, Bronwyn F.
(2000)
Scaffolding: A suitable teaching characteristic in one-to-one teaching in Maths Recovery. In
Bana, Jack & Chapman, Anne (Eds.)

*Mathematics Education Beyond 2000. Twenty Third Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research group of Australasia Incorporated. 5-9 July, Fremantle, Western Australia.*.
8,823

## 2001

Zevenbergen, Robyn, Tranter, Rick, Verrall, Michelle, Holz, Gail, & Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2001)

*Rich assessment tasks in primary maths.*

McMahon, Bronwyn F.
(2001)
Marginalising practices of mathematics: why young people opt out of school mathematics. In

*Mathematics in Society*, Copenhagen, Denmark.
604

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2001)
Numeracy Programs: Implications for the teaching and learning of mathematics. In

*2001: A Mathematical Odyssey - 38th Annual Conference of th Mathematics Association of Victoria*, 6-7 December, Monash University, Melbourne.## 2003

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2003)
I belonged in a way that no one understood anything we were learning. In
Ewing, Bronwyn F. (Ed.)

*Queensland University of Technology Conference for Early Career Researchers*, 25th October 2003, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia..
295

## 2004

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2004)

*A Model for Analysing One-to- One teaching in the Maths Recovery Program.*Post Pressed, Flaxton, Qld.

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2004)
"Open your textbooks to page blah, blah, blah": "So I just blocked off!". In
Putt, Ian, Faragher, Rhonda, & McLean, Mal (Eds.)

*of the Twenty-Fourth Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Group of Australasia Incorporated: Mathematics Education for the Third Millennium: Towards 2010. 27-30 June. Townsville, Queensland*.
1,165

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2004)
Teacher communication, student identity and classroom participation.
In
McWilliam, Erica, Danby, Susan, & Knight, John (Eds.)

*Performing educational research : theories, methods and practices.*Post Pressed, Flaxton, Qld., pp. 137-150.
1,768

## 2005

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2005)
Children on the margins: The effect of social background on Mathematics learning in early childhood. In

*Early Childhood Australia Biennial Conference*, 28th September - 1st October, Brisbane. (Unpublished)
1,849

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2005)
Discourse and the construction of identity in a community of learning and a community of practice.
In
Stehlik, Tom & Carden, Pam (Eds.)

*Beyond communities of practice: theory as experience.*Post Pressed, Flaxton, Qld, pp. 149-170.
233

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2005)
Early school leavers' experiences of learning mathematics: The discourses of mathematics classrooms. In
Rogerson, Alan (Ed.)

*Eighth International Conference : The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project*, 25 November-1st December, Malaysia.
35

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2005)
What’s that number? Questioning learners in early childhood Mathematics contexts. In

*Early Childhood Australia Biennial Conference*, 28th September to 1st October, Brisbane. (Unpublished)
1,541

## 2006

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2006)
"Go to the page and work it from there" young people's experiences of learning mathematics from a text.

*Australian Senior Mathematics Journal*,*20*(1), pp. 8-14.

Ewing, Bronwyn F., McArdle, Felicity A., & Grieshaber, Susan J.
(2006)
Community Engagement: Linking Preservice Education
Students with Teachers through Work-Integrated Learning. In

*Australian Collaborative Education Network Conference*, 25-26th September 2006, Griffith University, Southport.

Ailwood, Joanne, Black, Alison L., Ewing, Bronwyn F., Heirdsfield, Ann M., Meehan, Catherine J., Thomas, Louise M., et al.
(2006)
Supporting transitions from student to professional: A mentoring case study from early childhood education.
In
Rienstra, Gail & Gonczi, Andrew (Eds.)

*Entry to the teaching profession: Preparation, practice, pressure and professionalism.*Australian College of Educators, Deakin West A.C.T., pp. 48-55.## 2007

Flewelling, Garry, Kepner, Henry, & Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2007)

*Rich Learning Tasks. The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project Working Group No. 6 - 2007 Conference.*
465

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2007)
Parents are their children's first maths teachers.

*IQ inside QUT*, p. 6.
136

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2007)
Community Engagement: Talking about mathematics. In
Pugalee, David, Rogerson, Alan, & Schinck, Amelie (Eds.)

*Ninth International Conference : The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project*, September 7-12 2007, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, North Carolina.
319

Cooper, Thomas J., Baturo, Annette R., Ewing, Bronwyn F., Duus, Elizabeth, & Moore, Kaitlin M.
(2007)
Mathematics Education and Torres Strait Islander Blocklaying Students: The Power of Vocational Context and Structural Understanding. In
Woo, J. H., Lew, H. C., Park, K. S., & Seo, D. Y. (Eds.)

*31st Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*, 8-13 July 2007, Seoul, South Korea: Seoul National University.

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2007)
Participation and Non-Participation in Mathematics Classrooms. In
Pugalee, David, Rogerson, Alan, & Schinck, Amelie (Eds.)

*Ninth International Conference : The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project*, September 7-12 2007, University of North Carolina, Charlotte, North Carolina.

Ewing, Bronwyn F., Baturo, Annette R., Cooper, Thomas J., Duus, Elizabeth A., & Moore, Kaitlin M.
(2007)
VET in the middle: Catering for motivational differences in vocational access course in numeracy. In
Woo, J.H., Lew, H.C., Park, K.S., & Seo, D.Y. (Eds.)

*31st Annual Conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education*, 17-21 July, 2007, Seoul, South Korea: Seoul National University.
210

## 2008

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2008)
Beyond the cellophane seal: Evaluating software and websites for early childhood.

*Educating young children : Journal of Early Childhood Teachers' Assocation Inc -ECTA*,*14*(1), pp. 15-17.

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2008)
Communication and interaction: Why talking about mathematics is crucial to student learning. In

*Australian Association for Research in Education 2008*, 1-4 December 2008, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Qld.

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2008)
Discourse, identity and community: Forty-three early school leavers' accounts of their experiences of mathematics learning in two contexts. In

*Australian Association for Research in Education 2008 : Changing climates - Education for Sustainable Futures*, 30 November - 4 December 2008, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Qld.## 2009

Ewing, Bronwyn, Cooper, Thomas J., Matthews, Chris, Baturo, Annette R., Sarra, Grace, Duus, Elizabeth A., et al.
(2009)
Getting skilled for education, training and employment : Indigenous Cultural Knowledges and mainstream knowledges of mathematics. In

*Proceedings of The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) Conference 2009*, The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS), Canberra.
158

Mwakpenda, Willy, Ewing, Bronwyn F., & Vacaretu, Ariana-Stanca
(2009)

*Report on Innovation Working Group : The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project. Dresden, Saxony.*Mathematics Education in the 21st Century Project.
277

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2009)
Torres Strait Island parents' involvement in their children's mathematics learning : a discussion paper.

*First Peoples Child & Family Review Journal*,*4*(2), pp. 119-124.

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2009)
Torres Strait Islander parents’ involvement in their children’s mathematics learning : a discussion paper.

*First Peoples Child & Family Review Journal*,*4*(2), pp. 129-134.
216

Ewing, Bronwyn F., Matthews, Christopher, Cooper, Thomas J., Baturo, Annette R., & Sun, Huayu Vicky
(2009)
Recognising and respecting Torres Strait Islander mathematics knowledges and home languages through mainstream mathematics education [Abstract]. In

*AIATSIS National Indigenous Studies Conference : Perspectives on Urban Life: Connections and Reconnections*, 29th September - 1st October 2009, Canberra.

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2009)
Recognising Torres Strait Islander women’s knowledges in their children’s mathematics education. In
Ludwig, Paditz & Rogerson, Alan (Eds.)

*Proceedings of the 10th International Conference Models in Developing Mathematics Education”*, Project in the 21st Century, University of Applied Sciences, Dresden.
52

## 2010

Ewing, Bronwyn F., Cooper, Thomas J., Baturo, Annette R., Matthews, Christopher, & Sun, Huayu Vicky
(2010)
Contextualising the teaching and learning of measurement within Torres Strait Islander schools.

*Australian Journal of Indigenous Education.*,*39*, pp. 11-23.
485

Cooper, Thomas J., Ewing McMahon, Bronwyn F., Sarra, Grace, Baturo, Annette R., & Matthews, Christopher
(2010)
NAPLAN, a high priority or . . . ? Statements about its purpose in Queensland schools. In
Sparrow, Len, Kissane, Barry, & Hurst, Chris (Eds.)

*MERGA 33 Conference : Shaping the Future of Mathematics Education*, 3-7 July 2010, John Curtin College of the Arts, Fremantle, Western Australia. (Unpublished)
729

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2010)

*YuMi Deadly Maths : Diagnostic Assessment Measurement : Prep to Year 6.*Tagai Maths for Employment : Interview Diagnostic Assessment Prep to Year 6.
89

## 2011

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2011)
Meeting under the “Omei” Tree in the Torres Strait Islands : networks and funds of knowledge of mathematical ideas. In
Rogerson, Alan (Ed.)

*Conference of The Mathematics Education into the 21st Century Project*, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa, pp. 104-109.
79

Sarra, Grace, Matthews, Chris, Ewing, Bronwyn F., & Cooper, Tom
(2011)
Indigenous mathematics : creating an equitable learning environment.
In
Nola, Purdie, Gina, Milgate, & Hannah Rachel, Bell (Eds.)

*Two Way Teaching and Learning : Toward Culturally Reflective and Relevant Education.*Australian Council for Education Research, Camberwell, VIC, pp. 172-185.

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2011)
Direct instruction in mathematics : issues for schools with high Indigenous enrolments : a literature review.

*Australian Journal of Teacher Education*,*36*(5), pp. 63-91.
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Ewing, Bronwyn F., Cooper, Thomas J., Baturo, Annette R., Sun, Vicky, & Matthews, Chris
(2011)
Contextualising the teaching and learning of measurement in Torres Strait Islander schools. In
Hudson, Peter B., Chandra, Vinesh, King, Donna T., & Lee, Kar-Tin (Eds.)

*Proceedings of the 1st International Conference of STEM in Education 2010*, STEM - Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics in Education., Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Qld.
84

## 2012

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2012)
Funds of knowledge of sorting and patterning : networks of exchange in a Torres Strait Island community.

*Australian Journal for Indigenous Education*,*41*(2), pp. 131-138.
45

Ewing, Bronwyn
(2012)
YuMi Deadly Maths getting great results.

*Australian Teacher Magazine*,*8*(5), p. 29.

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2012)
Mathematics funds of knowledge : sotmaute and sermaute fish in a Torres Strait Islander community.

*Australian Journal of Adult Learning*,*52*(1), pp. 134-152.
113

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## 2013

Ewing, Bronwyn F., Cooper, Thomas J., Sarra, Grace, Matthews, Christopher, & Fairfoot, Glen
(2013)
Successful outcomes in vocational education and training courses : how pedagogy and expectations influence achievement. In
Käpplinger, Bernd (Ed.)

*Proceedings of : 7th European Research Conference : ESREA Triennial Conference*, European Society for Research on the Education of Adults, Berlin, Germany, pp. 1-24.
246

Ewing, Bronwyn F., Sarra, Grace, & Cooper, Thomas J.
(2013)
YuMi deadly maths program : efficacy and collaboration.

*Education Today*,*13*(1), pp. 28-30.
256

## 2014

Ewing, Bronwyn F. & Sarra, Grace
(2014)
Unlocking the learning potential of incarcerated Indigenous and low SES young people; Mathematics outcomes for future success: a discussion paper. In

*42nd Conference of the Australian New Zealand Comparative and International Education Society (ANZCIES) International, Indigenous and Multicultural Imperative s for Education*, 26-28 November 2014, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Qld. (Unpublished)
33

Sarra, Grace & Ewing, Bronwyn
(2014)
Indigenous students transitioning to school : responses to pre-foundational mathematics.

*SpringerPlus*,*3*(685).
28

Ewing, Bronwyn & Fairfoot, Glen
(2014)
Teaching fractions to adult learners enrolled in a civil construction course : knowledge, action and materials action in tandem. In
Devlinb, Catherine (Ed.)

*17th AVETRA International Conference*, 22 - 24 April 2014, Outrigger, Surfers Paradise, QLD Australia. (Unpublished)

Ewing, Bronwyn F., Sarra, Grace, Cooper, Thomas J., & Matthews, Chris
(2014)
Successful outcomes in vocational education and training
courses and mathematics: how pedagogy and expectations influence achievement.
In
Kapplinger, Bernd, Lichte, Nina, Haberzeth, Erik, & Kulmus, Claudia (Eds.)

*Changing Configurations in Adult Education in Transitional Times International Perspectives in Different Countries.*European Society for Research on the Education of Adults, Berlin, pp. 307-327.

Ewing, Bronwyn F., Sarra, Grace, Price, Robin, & Cooper, Thomas
(2014)
Footprints to pathways : reconciliation action planning in industry to sustain Indigenous employment in Queensland. In
Devlin, Catherine (Ed.)

*17th AVETRA International Conference*, 22-24 April 2014, Outrigger, Surfers Paradise, QLD Australia.
117

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2014)
Rich and purposeful mathematical knowledge of mothers and children in a Torres Strait Islander community.

*SpringPlus*,*3*(42).## 2016

Ewing, Bronwyn
(2016)
The development of case studies to evaluate the usefulness of teaching interactions in one-to-one teaching of early number.

*Cogent Education*,*3*, Article No. 1184364.
12

Ewing, Bronwyn F.
(2016)
Making sense of a trial maths intervention program for teachers of students with disability in Australia: Interim report. In

*Proceedings of the 4th International Symposium on Education, Psychology and Social Sciences*, Higher Education Forum, Osaka, Japan, pp. 968-982.
11

Ewing, Bronwyn
(2016)
The identification of teaching interactions used in one-to-one teaching of number in the early years of schooling.

*Cogent Education*,*3*(1), p. 1132525.
197