Leesa Wheelahan
Leesa Wheelahan
Ontario Institute of Studies in Education, University of Toronto
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Why knowledge matters in curriculum: A social realist argument
L Wheelahan
Routledge, 2012
How competency‐based training locks the working class out of powerful knowledge: A modified Bernsteinian analysis
L Wheelahan
British Journal of Sociology of Education 28 (5), 637-651, 2007
Not just skills: What a focus on knowledge means for vocational education
L Wheelahan
Journal of Curriculum Studies 47 (6), 750-762, 2015
The problem with CBT (and why constructivism makes things worse)
L Wheelahan
Journal of education and work 22 (3), 227-242, 2009
Analysing micro-credentials in higher education: a Bernsteinian analysis
L Wheelahan, G Moodie
Journal of Curriculum Studies 53 (2), 212-228, 2021
Rethinking skills in vocational education and training: from competencies to capabilities
L Wheelahan, G Moodie
NSW Department of Education and Communities 13, 2011
The quality of teaching in VET: Final report and recommendations
L Wheelahan, G Moodie
Australian College of Educators., 2011
Linking Qualifications and the Labour Market through Capabilities and Vocational Streams. Synthesis Report.
L Wheelahan, J Buchanan, S Yu
National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2015
Vocational education qualifications’ roles in pathways to work in liberal market economies
L Wheelahan, G Moodie
Journal of Vocational Education & Training 69 (1), 10-27, 2017
Gig qualifications for the gig economy: micro-credentials and the ‘hungry mile’
L Wheelahan, G Moodie
Higher Education 83 (6), 1279-1295, 2022
From Old to New: The Australian Qualifications Framework
L Wheelahan
Journal of Education and Work 24 (2-4), 323-342, 2011
Do educational pathways contribute to equity in tertiary education in Australia?
L Wheelahan
Critical studies in education 50 (3), 261-275, 2009
Higher Education in TAFE. NCVER Monograph Series 01/2009.
L Wheelahan, G Moodie, S Billet, A Kelly
National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2009
National training packages: a new curriculum framework for vocational education and training in Australia
L Wheelahan, R Carter
Education+ Training 43 (6), 303-316, 2001
Learning from the first qualifications frameworks
S Allais, D Raffe, R Strathdee, L Wheelahan, M Young
International Labour Organization, 2009
Patching bits won’t fix vocational education in Australia–a new model is needed
L Wheelahan
International Journal of Training Research 14 (3), 180-196, 2016
Blending activity theory and critical realism to theorise the relationship between the individual and society and the implications for pedagogy
L Wheelahan
Studies in the Education of Adults 39 (2), 183-196, 2007
Bridging the Divide: Developing the Institutional Structures That Most Effectively Deliver Cross-Sectoral Education and Training.
L Wheelahan
National Centre for Vocational Education Research, 252 Kensington Road …, 2000
Education, work and economic renewal: An issues paper prepared for the Australian Education Union
J Buchanan, S Yu, S Marginson, L Wheelahan
Work Place Research Centre, 2009
Shaken Not Stirred? The Development of One Tertiary Education Sector in Australia. NCVER Monograph Series 08/2012.
L Wheelahan, S Arkoudis, G Moodie, N Fredman, E Bexley
National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2012
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