Giles, D., Bell, M., Halssey, J. & Palmer, C. (2012). Co-constructing a relational approach to educational leadership and management.  Melbourne: Cengage.

Giles, D. L., Smythe, E. A., & Spence, D. G. (2012). Exploring relationships in education: A phenomenological inquiry. Australian Journal of Adult Learning, 52(2), 214-236.

Cuellar, C. E., & Giles, D. L. (2012). Ethical practice: A study of Chilean school leaders. Journal of Educational Administration, 50(4), 420-436.

David Giles, D. L., & Smith, R. (2012). Negotiating and constructing an educationally relevant leadership programme. Journal of Educational Administration, 50(2), 231-242.

Melinda Thambi, & O’Toole, P.  (2012). Applying a knowledge management taxonomy to secondary schools. School Leadership & Management, 32(1), 91-102.


John Halsey, (2011) "The establishment of area schools in South Australia, 1941-1947", History of Education Review, Vol. 40 Iss: 2, pp.127 - 141

Aruhu, S. & Giles, D. L. (2011). Exploring the factors that influence school planning in Community High Schools in the Solomon Islands: Principal's perspectives. Waikato Journal of Education, 16(2), 107-121.

Sisiolo, J. L. & Giles, D. L. (2011). Experiences of ‘being’ an leader in Choiseul Province in the Solomon Islands: Opening principals’ and deputy principals’ contexts of leadership. Waikato Journal of Education, 16(2), 123-131.

Earl, K., & Giles, D. L. (2011). An-other look at assessment. New Zealand Journal of Teacher’s Work, 8(1), 11-20.

Giles, D. L., & Yates, R. (2011). Re-culturing a university department: A case study. Management in Education, 25(3), 88-93.

Giles, D. L. (2011). Relationships always matter in education: Findings from a phenomenological inquiry. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 36(6), 80-91.

Giles, D. L. (2011). ‘Who we are’ and ‘how we are’ are integral to relational experiences: exploring comportment in teacher education. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 36(1), 60-72.


Giles, D. L., & Morrison, M. (2010). Exploring leadership as a phenomenon in an educational leadership paper: An innovative pedagogical approach opens the unexpected. International Journal on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 22(1), 64-70.

Giles, D. L., & Kung, S. (2010). Using Appreciative Inquiry to explore the professional practice of a lecturer in Higher Education: Moving towards life-centric practice. Australian Journal of Adult Learning, 50(2), 308-322.;dn=355573972134251;res=IELHSS

Giles, D. L. (2010). Developing pathic sensibilities: A critical priority for teacher education programmes. Teaching and Teacher Education, 26(8), 1511-1519.

Before 2010

Chapman, L., & Giles, D. L. (2009). Using appreciative inquiry to explore the professional practice of a Midwife Lecturer. Studies in Continuing Education, 31(3), 297-305.

Giles, D. L., & Alderson, S. (2008). An Appreciative Inquiry into the transformative learning experiences for students in a family literacy project. Australian Journal of Adult Learning, 48(3), 465-478.;dn=586093831949712;res=IELHSS

Giles, D. L. (2009). Phenomenologically researching the lecturer-student teacher relationship: Some challenges that were encountered.  Indo-Pacific Journal of Phenomenology, 9(2), online.