Education Publications

 

Research in Education Publications contains three central clusters: applied psychology, critical policy, equity and leadership studies and, curriculum studies and studies in applied linguistics. All of these not only aim to improve the policies and practices within teaching and organization but also, to improve the lives and knowledge of generations of students to come.

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Submissions from 2016

Thinking Relationally about the School Leader, Gus Riveros

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Les Classes d’Accueil et d’Immersion : strate´gies, pratiques et croyances, Shelley K. Taylor and Cecelia Cutler

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Showcasing the Translingual SL/FL Classroom: Strategies, Practices, and Beliefs, Shelley K. Taylor and Cecelia Cutler

Submissions from 2015

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Attention During Visual Search: The Benefit of Bilingualism, Deanna Friesen, Vered Latman, Alejandra Calvo, and Ellen Bialystok

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Co-Constructed by Design: Knowledge Processes in a Fluid “Cloud Curriculum”, Kathryn Hibbert, Mary Ott, and Luigi Lannacci

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Effects of persuasion and discussion goals on writing, cognitive load, and learning in science., Perry Klein and J. S. Eharhardt

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Orchestrating Literacies:Print Literacy Learning Opportunities Within Multimodal Intergenerational Ensembles, Lori McKee and Rachel Heydon

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Studying Treatment Intensity: Lessons from Two Preliminary Studies, Nicole Neil and Emily A. Jones

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Unruly Raccoons and Troubled Educators: Nature/Culture Divides in a Childcare Centre, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw and Fikile Nxumalo

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Introduction Unsettling the Colonial Places and Spaces of Early Childhood Education in Settler Colonial Societies, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw and Affrica Taylor

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Unsettling Pedagogies Through Common World Encounters: Grappling with (Post)Colonial Legacies in Canadian Forests and Australian Bushlands, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw and Affrica Taylor

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Learning How to Inherit in Colonized and Ecologically Challenged Life Worlds in Early Childhood Education, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw, Affrica Taylor, Mindy Blaise, and Sandrina de Finney

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Embodied Experiences in Virtual Worlds Role-Play as a Conduit for Novice Teacher Identity Exploration: A Case Study, Anton Puvirajah and Brendan Calandra

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Do the Cognacy Characteristics of Loanwords Make Them More Easily Learned than Noncognates?, James Rogers, Stuart Webb, and Tatsuya Nakata

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Second Language Vocabulary Learning Through Extensive Reading With Audio Support: How Do Frequency and Distribution of Occurrence Affect Learning?, Stuart Webb and Anna C-S Chang

Submissions from 2014

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Gauging the effects of exercises on verb–noun collocations, Frank Boers, Murielle Demecheleer, Averil Coxhead, and Stuart Webb

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Further Evidence of the Comparative Memorability of Alliterative Expressions in Second Language Learning, Frank Boers, Seth Lindstromberg, and Stuart Webb

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The Quest for Effective Interdisciplinary Graduate Supervision: A Critical Narrative Analysis, Kathryn Hibbert, Lorelei Lingard, Meredith Vanstone, Elizabeth Anne Kinsella, Pam McKenzie, Timothy D. Wilson, and Allan Pitman

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The Logogenesis of Writing to Learn: A Systemic Functional Perspective., Perry Klein and Len Unsworth

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OBTAINING A DIAGNOSIS OF FETAL ALCOHOL SPECRTUM DISORDER: EXPERIENCES OF CAREGIVERS AND PROFESSIONALS, Erica R. Lundberg

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Crafting New Relationships in Child and Youth Care: Human-nonhuman Encounters, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw

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Thinking with Paint: Troubling Settler Colonialisms Through Early Childhood Art Pedagogies, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw, Vanessa Clark, and B. Denise Hodgins

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Introduction to the Special Issue on Materiality in Early Childhood Studies, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw, Laurie Kocher, and Sylvia Kind

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Researching Neoliberal and Neocolonial Assemblages in Early Childhood Education, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw, Fikile Nxumalo, and Mary Caroline Rowan

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Influence of a Science-Focused After-School Program on Underrepresented High-School Students' Science Attitudes and Trajectory: A survey validation study, Anton Puvirajah, Geeta Verma, Hongli Li, and Lisa Michelle Martin-Hansen