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 2018

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Renewing Textbooks to Align with Reformed Curriculum in Former Colonies: Ugandan school mathematics textbooks, Immaculate Kizito Namukasa

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The Effect of Content Retelling on Vocabulary Uptake from a TED Talk, Chi-Duc Nguyen and Frank Boers

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Incidental Vocabulary Acquisition through Viewing L2 Television and Factors that Affect Learning, Elke Peters and Stuart Webb

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School Leader Associations: Supporting the well-being and work-life balance of school leaders, Katina Pollock and Karen Edge

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The Use of E-mail and Principals’ Work: A Double-Edged Sword, Katina Pollock and David Cameron Hauseman

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Reflection/Commentary on a Past Article: “A Practical Iterative Framework for Qualitative Data Analysis”, Prachi Srivastava and Nick Hopwood

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The Error in Trial and Error: Exercises on Phrasal Verbs, Brian Strong and Frank Boers

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Project Summary: Mapping International Refugee Access to Higher Education, Melody Viczko Dr, Marie-Agnès Détourbe Dr, and Shannon McKechnie

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Mind the Gap: Mapping Skills in Higher Education Project Summary, Melody Viczko Dr, Shannon McKechnie, Natasja van Buggenhout, and J. Eduardo Álvarez Barrios

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School Principals’ Job Satisfaction: The Effects of Work Intensification, Fei Wang, Katina E. Pollock, and Cameron Hauseman

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The Effect of Gloss Type on Learners’ Intake of New Words During Reading: Evidence from Eye-tracking, Paul Warren, Frank Boers, Gina Grimshaw, and Anna Siyanova-Chanturia

Submissions from 2017

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The Common European Framework of Reference (CEFR) in Canada: A Research Agenda, Stephanie Arnott, Lace Marie Brogden, Farahnaz Faez, Muriel Péguret, Enrica Piccardo, Katherine Rehner, Shelley K. Taylor, and Meike Wernicke

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Comparing the Effectiveness of Phrase-Focused Exercises. A Partial Replication of Boers, Demecheleer, Coxhead, and Webb (2014), Frank Boers, Tu Cam Thi Dang, and Brian Strong

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On the Benefits of Multimodal Annotations for Vocabulary Uptake from Reading, Frank Boers, Paul Warren, Gina Grimshaw, and Anna Siyanova-Chanturia

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Does Adding Pictures to Glosses Enhance Vocabulary Uptake from Reading?, Frank Boers, Paul Warren, Lin He, and Julie Deconinck

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Developing a knowledge network for applied education research to mobilise evidence in and for educational practice, Carol Campbell, Katina Pollock, Patricia Briscoe, Shasta Carr-Harris, and Stephanie Tuters

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Two Years of Relationship-Focused Mentoring for First Nations, Métis, and Inuit Adolescents: Promoting Positive Mental Health, Claire Crooks, Deinera Exner-Cortens, Sarah Burm, Alicia Lapointe, and Deb Chiodo

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Estimating Costs and Benefits Associated with Evidence-Based Violence Prevention: Four case studies based on the Fourth R program, Claire Crooks, Jennifer Zwicker, Lana Wells, Ray Hughes, Amanda Langlois, and J.C. Herbert Emery

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Language Planning, Farahnaz Faez and Shelley K. Taylor

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Influential Factors in Lexical Richness of Young Heritage Speakers’ Family Language, Khadijeh Gharibi and Frank Boers

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iPads and Paintbrushes: An Exploratory Case Study of Integrating Digital Media as Placed Resources into an Intergenerational Art Class, Rachel Heydon, Lori McKee, and Bridget Daly

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Singing Our Song: The Affordances of Singing in an Intergenerational, Multimodal Literacy Program, Rachel Heydon, Lori McKee, and Susan O'Neill

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Curriculum as Social Practice: The case of Fukushima, Kathryn Hibbert, Penelope Engle-Hills, May Abdel-Wahab, Rethy Chhem, Ari Hasegawa, Atsushi Kumagai, and Pisith Phluong

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International Service-Learning: Rethinking the Role of Emotions, Marianne A. Larsen

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Using Intraverbal Prompts to Increase Divergent Intraverbal Responses by a Child with Autism, Gabrielle Lee, Wan-Chi Chou, and Hua Feng