Cherednichenko, Brenda

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Burridge, Peter R, Carpenter, Cathryn, Cherednichenko, Brenda and Kruger, Tony (2010) Investigating praxis inquiry within teacher education using Giddens structuration theory. Journal of Experiential Education, 33 (1). pp. 19-37. ISSN 1053-8259

Williams, Joanne and Cherednichenko, Brenda (2008) Beyond the benevolent university: authentic collaboration with communities for educational access and success. Case studies from 3 university-community partnerships in Melbourne, El Paso and Caracas. AARE 2007 International Educational Research Conference, 2007. ISSN 1324-9339

Carpenter, Cathryn and Cherednichenko, Brenda (2006) Enhancing social capital through experiential learning: a case study of reconnecting adolescents to education and employment. International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability , 2 (1). pp. 37-48. ISSN 1832-2077

Kruger, Tony and Cherednichenko, Brenda (2006) Social justice and teacher education: re-defining the curriculum. International Journal of Learning, 12 (7). pp. 321-332. ISSN 1447-9494


Kruger, Tony, Davies, Anne Carolyn, Eckersley, Bill, Newell, Frances and Cherednichenko, Brenda (2009) Effective and sustainable university-school partnerships : beyond determined efforts by inspired individuals. Teaching Australia - Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership, Canberra, Australia.

Book Section

Cacciattolo, Marcelle and Cherednichenko, Brenda (2009) The Paperless Tiger: Putting the Byte into inquiry learning. In: Digital Portfolios: Reconceptualising Inquiry in Pre-service Teacher Education. Sanjakdar, Fida, ed. Pearson Education, NSW, Australia, pp. 64-74.

Kruger, Tony and Cherednichenko, Brenda (2009) Restructuring Teaching for Learning : A Praxis Inquiry Approach to Teacher Education. In: Digital Portfolios : Reconceptualising Inquiry in Pre-service Teacher Education. Sanjakdar, Fida, ed. Pearson Education, Frenchs Forest, NSW, Australia, pp. 18-28.

Eckersley, Bill, Williams, Joanne, Cacciattolo, Marcelle, Kruger, Tony and Cherednichenko, Brenda (2008) Researching Innovative Partnerships in Education: Working and Learning with our Partners. In: Engaging Communities: Proceedings of the 31st HERDSA Annual Conference : 1-4 July 2008, Rotorua, New Zealand. Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia, Inc, Milperra, NSW.

Cherednichenko, Brenda and Williams, Joanne (2008) UNI and YOU! A school-community-university initiative to develop family educational literacy in disadvantaged communities. In: The Scholarship of Community Engagement: Australia's way forward. Australian Universities Community Engagement Alliance , pp. 145-150.

Cherednichenko, Brenda (2007) Teacher thinking for democratic learning. In: The Praeger handbook for education and psychology. Kincheloe, Joe L. and Horn, Raymond A., eds. Greenwood Publishing Group, Westernport, Conn., pp. 736-744.

Cherednichenko, Brenda, Gay, Jan, Hooley, Neil, Kruger, Tony, Mulraney, Rose and Ryan, Maureen (2002) Project Partnerships: An Account of Partnership-Based Teacher Education at Victoria University. In: Reeducating the educator : global perspectives on community building. Christiansen, Helen and Ramadevi, S, eds. SUNY series, teacher preparation and development . State Univeristy of New York, Albany, NY, pp. 169-183.

Conference or Workshop Item

Cherednichenko, Brenda, Hallett, Rhonda, McLennan, Belinda, Baxter, Gregory W and Demediuk, Tess (2004) Victoria University: Connecting Learning for Life. In: UNSPECIFIED. (Submitted)


Kruger, Tony, Davies, Anne Carolyn, Eckersley, Bill, Newell, Frances and Cherednichenko, Brenda (2008) Beyond determined efforts by inspired individuals : a study of effective and sustainable university school partnerships, draft Report. Project Report. UNSPECIFIED. (Unpublished)

Sharples, Jenny, Bruck, Dorothy, Cherednichenko, Brenda, Kruger, Tony and Tilden, Barbara (2005) Talking communities : sharing information and ideas for community building. Project Report. Department of Victorian Communities, Melbourne, Australia.