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 2019

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Training Car Wash Skills to Chinese Adolescents with Intellectual Disability and Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Community, Gabrielle Lee, Yunhuan Pu, Sheng Xu, Michelle W. Lee, and Hua Feng

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Teaching “Imaginary Objects” Symbolic Play to Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Gabrielle Lee, Sheng Xu, Shufang Guo, Lina Gilic, Yunhuan Pu, and Jiacheng Xu

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Teaching Children with Autism to Understand Metaphors, Gabrielle Lee, Sheng Xu, Huiling Zou, Lina Gilic, and Michelle M. Lee

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Secondary Principals' Perspectives on the Impact of Work Intensification on the Secondary Vice-Principal Role, Louis Lim and Katina E. Pollock

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Canada’s Feminist International Assistance Policy and Private Sector Engagement in Education: Considering action for girls’ and women’s education in Asia, Deanna Matthews and Prachi Srivastava

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Fostering improved connections between research, policy, and practice: The knowledge network for applied education research., Doris McWhorter, Erica van Roosmalen, Donna Kotsopoulos, George Gadanidis, Ruth Kane, Nicholas Ng-A-Fook, Katina Pollock, and Davoud Sarfaraz

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School Principals' Understandings of Student Difference and Diversity and How it Influences Their Work, Katina Pollock and Patricia Briscoe

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Management, leadership, and governance in secondary education (Canada), Katina Pollock and Cameron Hauseman

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Management, Leadership, and Governance in Secondary Education (Canada), Katina Pollock and Cameron Hauseman

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Comment les systèmes d’éducation peuvent-ils favoriser le bien-être des directions d’école?, Katina Pollock, Cameron Hauseman, and Fei Wang

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How Can Education Systems Support Principals’ and Vice-Principals’ Well-Being?, Katina Pollock, Cameron Hauseman, and Fei Wang

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Intensification du travail : l’évolution du rôle des directions d’école, Katina Pollock, Cameron Hauseman, and Fei Wang

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Work Intensification: How the Role of School Leaders is Changing, Katina Pollock, Cameron Hauseman, and Fei Wang

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Principals’ Work in Ontario’s French-Language Education Systems, Katina Pollock and Fei Wang

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Proactively Mitigating School Leaders’ Emotionally Draining Situations, Katina Pollock, Fei Wang, and Cameron Hauseman

Intimate partner violence: a review of online interventions, Ebony Rempel, Lorie Donelle, Jodi Hall, and Susan Rodger

Supporting Students: A GRADE Analysis of the Research on Student Wellness and Classroom Mental Health Support, Susan Rodger, Renelle Bourdage, Kaitlin Hancock, Rebecca Hsiang, Robyn Masters, and Alan Leschied

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Interrogating Discourses of Global Education: Reconceptualizing Education as a Common Good?, Prachi Srivastava

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Philanthropic and Impact Investors: Private Sector Engagement, Hybridity and the Problem of Definition, Prachi Srivastava and Robyn Read

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Towards transparency : A report on piloting the Invest-ED tool on private sector investment in education with philanthropic and impact investing actors in Asia, Prachi Srivastava and Robyn Read

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Weighing up Exercises on Phrasal Verbs: Retrieval Versus Trial-And-Error Practices, BRIAN STRONG and Frank Boers

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Framing International Education in Global Times, Paul Tarc

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Figuring Out How Verb-Particle Constructions Are Understood During L1 and L2 Reading, Mehrgol Tiv, Laura Gonnerman, Veronica Whitford, Deanna Friesen, Debra Jared, and Debra Titone

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

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Research Summary: The Skills Gap Agenda in Canadian Higher Education, Melody Viczko Dr, Jenna Lorusso, and Shannon McKechnie