Forgasz, Rachel, McDonough, Sharon. Routledge; 2017. “Struck by the way our bodies conveyed so much:” A collaborative self-study of our developing understanding of embodied pedagogies.
McDonough, Sharon, Forgasz, Rachel, Berry, Amanda, Taylor, Monica. Self-study of Teacher Education Practices; 2016. All brain and still no body: Moving towards a pedagogy of embodiment in teacher education.
Brandenburg, Robyn, McDonough, Sharon. East Sussex, United Kingdom Brigham Young University; 2012. Experiences of tunnel vision: Learning about teacher educator identities through studying mentor roles.
Forgasz, Rachel, McDonough, Sharon, Berry, Amanda. ; 2014. Embodied approaches to S-STEP research into teacher educator emotion.
O’Dwyer, Siobhan, Pinto, Sarah, McDonough, Sharon. Routledge; 2018. Self-care for academics: a poetic invitation to reflect and resist.
McDonough, Sharon. Routledge; 2017. Taking a return to school : Using self-study to learn about teacher educator practice.
McDonough, Sharon. Social Science Press; 2018. Inside the mentors' experience : Using poetic representation to examine the tensions of mentoring pre-service teachers.
Lemon, Narelle, McDonough, Sharon. Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer; 2018. Mindfulness in the academy : Practices and perspectives from scholars.
Lemon, Narelle, McDonough, Sharon. Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer; 2018. Mindfulness in the academy : An examination of mindfulness perspectives.
McDonough, Sharon. Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer; 2018. A glitch in the machine or a glimmer of what could be? Mindfulness as resistance in higher education.
Lemon, Narelle, McDonough, Sharon. Springer Singapore : Imprint: Springer; 2018. Mindfully living and working in the academy : Continuing the conversation.
McDonough, Sharon. University of Ballarat; 2002. Adolescents and the extended residential learning program : A case study.
McDonough, Sharon, Brandenburg, Robyn. ; 2012. Examining Assumptions About Teacher Educator Identities by Self-study of the Role of Mentor of Pre-service Teachers.
McDonough, Sharon. Learning to think like a teacher educator. 2013.
McDonough, Sharon, Brandenburg, Robyn. Routledge; 2019. Who owns this data? using dialogic reflection to examine an ethically important moment.
McDonough, Sharon. Behind the masks: a study of teachers' work, emotions and school change. 2011.
McGraw, Amanda, McDonough, Sharon. Springer Netherlands; 2019. Thinking dispositions as a resource for resilience in the gritty reality of learning to teach.
Mansfield, Caroline, Papatrainaou, Lisa, McDonough, Sharon, King, Laura. Springer; 2018. Building resilience in times of uncertainty and Complexity: Teacher educator perceptions of Pre-service teacher resilience.
Brandenburg, Robyn, McDonough, Sharon. Springer Nature Singapore; 2017. Using critical incidents to reflect on teacher educator practice.
McGraw, Amanda, McDonough, Sharon, Wines, Chris, O’Loughlan, Courtney. Springer Singapore; 2016. Activating teaching dispositions in carefully constructed contexts : Examining the impact of classroom intensives.
Brandenburg, Robyn, McDonough, Sharon, Burke, Jenene, White, Simone. Springer Singapore; 2016. Teacher education research and the policy reform agenda.
McDonough, Sharon. Routledge; 2015. Using ethical mapping for exploring two professional dilemmas in initial teacher education.
McDonough, Sharon. Routledge; 2014. Rewriting the Script of Mentoring Pre-Service Teachers in Third Space: Exploring Tensions of Loyalty, Obligation and Advocacy.
Reid, Joanne, McDonough, Sharon, Bown, Kathryn, Santoro, Ninetta, Mayer, Diane, Singh, Michael. ; 2013. Learning the business of teacher education research: Editorial work as capacity building.
McDonough, Sharon, Brandenburg, Robyn. Springer; 2019. The "wicked problem" of ethics in self-study research : dominant, silent and marginalised discourses.
Brandenburg, Robyn, McDonough, Sharon. Springer; 2019. Ethics, self-study research methodology and teacher education.
O'Dwyer, Siobhan, McDonough, Sharon, Jefferson, Rebecca, Goff, Jennifer, Redman-MacLaren, Michelle. IGI Global; 2016. Writing groups in the digital age : A case study analysis of shut up & write Tuesdays.