Dr. Rose Dixon is an academic who has responsibility for teaching special education courses. She has published in the area of social competence, early intervention for children with special needs

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Risky Journeys: The Development of Best Practice Adult Educational Programs to Indigenous People in Rural and Remote Communities

The paper will describe the piloting of a culturally relevant adult education program to Indigenous Australian people in a rural and remote community.

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The Big Fish Strikes again but in a Different Place: Social Comparison Theory and Children with Special Needs

This paper will address the implications of social companion theory for children with special needs.

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Healing the Hand that Feeds You: Exploring Solutions for Dog and Community Health and Welfare in Australian Indigenous Cultures

This study investigated the factors that contribute to poor animal and community health and welfare in rural and remote Australian Indigenous communities.

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Bringing It to the Teachers: Refining an Online Learning Environment for Teachers in Isolated Settings

This is design-based research aimed at improving the provision of professional learning and developing a Community of Practice for disadvantaged teachers in isolated Australia.

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Published online: May 11, 2015

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