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 2017

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Increasing “Object-Substitution” Symbolic Play in Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Gabrielle Lee, Hua Feng, Sheng Xu, and Shao-Ju Jin

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Tools for Integrating Computational Thinking and Mathematics in the Middle Grades, Immaculate Kizito Namukasa, Minakshi Patel, and Marja Miller

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Effects of Group Functional Behavior-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Behavior in a Youth with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Nicole Neil, Tricia Vause, Heather Jaksic, and Maurice Feldman

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Critical Language Awareness, Shelley K. Taylor, Collette Despagne, and Farahnaz Faez

Submissions from 2016

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Local-Global Vectors to Improve Unigram Terminology Extraction, Ehsan Amjadian, Diana Inkpen, T. Sima Paribakht, and Farahnaz Faez

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Direct and Indirect Forms of Childhood Maltreatment and Nonsuicidal-Self-Injury Among Clinically-Referred Children and Youth, Jenna Armiento, Cloe Hamza, Shannon Stewart, and Alan Leschied

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Making an Essential Word List for Beginners, Thi Ngoc Yen Dang and Stuart Webb

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Term Evaluator: A Tool for Terminology Annotation and Evaluation, Diana Inkpen, T. Sima Paribakht, Farahnaz Faez, and Ehsan Amjadian

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Globalisation and Internationalisation of Teacher Education: A Comparative Case Study of Canada and Greater China, Marianne A. Larsen

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Higher Education Leadership and the Internationalization Imaginary: Where Personal Biography Meets the Socio-Historical, Marianne A. Larsen and Rashed Al-Haque

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Host Community Voices and Community Experiences: Tanzanian Perspectives on a Teacher Education International Service-Learning Project, Marianne A. Larsen and Michelle Searle

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Review of the book Negotiating Critical Literacies with Young Children, 10th anniversary edition, by Vivian Maria Vasquez, Lori McKee

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Supporting Beginning Readers in Reading to Learn: A Comprehension Strategy, Lori McKee and Gay Carr

The Relevance of Sociocultural Context for Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence: Towards the Development of Culturally-Informed Practices in Working with Muslim Women, Asra Milani, Alan W. Leschied Dr., and Susan Rodger

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Vocabulary Learning Exercises: Evaluating a Selection of Exercises Commonly Featured in Language Learning Materials, Tatsuya Nakata and Stuart Webb

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Selection of Apps for Teaching Difficult Mathematics Topics: An Instrument to Evaluate Touch-Screen Tablet and Smartphone Mathematics Apps, Immaculate Kizito Namukasa, George Gadanidis, Vera Sarina, S Scucuglia, and Kinful Lartebea Aryee

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Communication intervention for individuals with Down syndrome: Systematic review and meta-analysis, Nicole Neil and Emily A. Jones

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Repetitive Behavior in Children with Down Syndrome: Functional Analysis and Intervention, Nicole Neil and Emily A. Jones

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The Enactment of Professional Learning Policies: Performativity and Multiple Ontologies, Augusto Riveros and Melody Viczko

Thinking Relationally about the School Leader, Gus Riveros

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Questioning the Global Scaling Up of Low-fee Private Schooling: The Nexus between Business, Philanthropy and PPPs, Prachi Srivastava

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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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Finding the sweet spot: Network structures and processes for increased knowledge mobilization, Patricia Briscoe, Katina E. Pollock, Carol Campbell, and Shasta Carr-Harris

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A New Lens for Supporting and Studying Science Teacher Reflections: Situating the Self in the [Activity] System, Brett A. Criswell, Brendan Calandra, Laurie Brantley-Dias, and Anton Puvirajah