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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., Sarra, Grace, & Cooper, Thomas J. (2013) YuMi deadly maths program : efficacy and collaboration. Education Today, 13(1), pp. 28-30.
Sarra, Grace (2011) Indigenous studies in all schools. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 15(6), pp. 611-625.
Sarra, Grace (2008) Cherbourg State School in historical context. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 37, pp. 108-118.
Ewing, Bronwyn F., Cooper, Thomas J., Sarra, Grace, & Matthews, Christopher (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.
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.
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 (Unpublished)