Alex Bacalja
Alex Bacalja
Senior Lecturer in Secondary English and Literacies @The University of Melbourne
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Dissolving the Dichotomies Between Online and Campus-Based Teaching: a Collective Response to The Manifesto for Teaching Online (Bayne et al. 2020)
A MacKenzie, A Bacalja, D Annamali, A Panaretou, P Girme, M Cutajar, ...
Postdigital Science and Education 4 (2), 271-329, 2022
What critical literacy has to offer the study of video games
A Bacalja
Australian Journal of Language and Literacy 3 (41), 144-154, 2018
What counts? Inclusion and diversity in the senior English curriculum
L Bliss, A Bacalja
The Australian Educational Researcher 48 (1), 165-182, 2021
What videogames have to teach us (still) about subject English.
A Bacalja
English in Australia 53 (3), 51-63, 2018
Shifting landscapes of digital literacy
A Bacalja, C Beavis, A O’Brien
The Australian Journal of Language and Literacy 45 (2), 253-263, 2022
“It’s got that power over you”: Negotiating Projective Identities in the English Classroom
A Bacalja
Game Studies 20 (2), 2020
Critical Digital Literacy
A Bacalja, E Aguilera, E & Castrillon-Angel
The Handbook of Critical Literacies 1, 373-380, 2021
Representing Australian Indigenous Voices: Text Selection in the Senior English Curriculum
A Bacalja, L Bliss
English in Australia 54 (1), 43-58, 2019
Playing with Digital Game Pedagogies
A Bacalja, K Clark
Digital games and language learning: Theory, Development and Implementation, 2021
A Report on Trends in Senior English Text-lists
A Bacalja, L Bliss …, 2018
Digital writing in the new literacies age: Insights from an online writing community
A Bacalja
Literacy Learning: The Middle Years 28 (2), 33-43, 2020
A Critical Review of Digital Game Literacies in the English Classroom
A Bacalja
L1 – Educational Studies in Language and Literature 22, 1-28, 2022
The Struggle with Cultural Consecration in English: Turning Towards Youth Literacies
A Bacalja
Changing English 28 (1), 83-102, 2021
“There’s More Going On”: Critical Digital Game Literacies and the Imperative of Praxis
A Bacalja
Critical Digital Literacies: Boundary-Crossing Practices, 185-204, 2021
Videogames, distinction and subject-English: new paradigms for pedagogy
A Bacalja
The University of Melbourne, 2017
(Re) imagining ambivalent Australia: the curriculum as a tool of nation
A Bacalja, L Bliss, M Bulfer
Asia Pacific Journal of Education 43 (2), 526-537, 2023
Exploring issues of quality and equity through literacy learning in the time of Covid
L Mclean Davies, A Bacalja, P Thompson, B Hurn
Teachers and Teaching 29 (1), 118-132, 2023
Australian Literature's Great Silence
A Bacalja
Pursuit, 2020
Researching text selection in the VCE English curriculum
A Bacalja, L Bliss
Idiom 55 (2), 23-24, 2019
Playful literacies and pedagogical priorities: digital games in the English classroom
A Bacalja, BL Nash
English Teaching: Practice & Critique, 1-15, 2023
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