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 2011

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Points of Departure: Developing the Knowledge Base of ESL and FSL Teachers for K-12 Programs in Canada, Farahnaz Faez

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The Power of “Can Do” statements: Teachers’ Perceptions of CEFR- informed Instruction in French as a Second Language Classrooms in Ontario, Farahnaz Faez, Suzanne Majhanovich, Shelley K. Taylor, Maureen Smith, and Kelly Crowley

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New Media and Online Mathematics Learning for Teachers, George Gadanidis and Immaculate Kizito Namukasa

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Orchestrating Expertise in Reading and Writing, Kathryn Hibbert, Tara-Lynn Scheffel, Sharon Rich, and Rachel Heydon

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Problem Solving as a Pedagogical Practice: Useful Conceptions of Professional Learning, Michelle Lang and Immaculate Kizito Namukasa

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The I Teach Mathematics Online Project: Learning and Teaching through Innovative Practices, Immaculate Kizito Namukasa and George Gadanidis

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Teaching through Mathematics Problems: Re-designed for a Focus on Mathematics, Immaculate Kizito Namukasa and Elena Polotskaia

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The Trajectory of Change for Children and Youth in Residential Treatment, J. W. Noftle, Steven Cook, Alan W. Leschied, Jeff St. Pierre, Shannon L. Stewart, and Andrew M. Johnson

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Nomadic Research Practices in Early Childhood: Interrupting Racisms and Colonialisms, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw, Fikile Nxumalo, and Carol Rowan

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The Postmodern Curriculum: Making Space for Historically and Politically Situated Understandings, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw and Alan Pence

Hybrid Courses and Online Policy Dialogues: A Transborder Distance Learning Collaboration, Katina E. Pollock and Sue M. Winton

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Teaching Policy by Collaborating Across Borders, Sue Winton and Katina E. Pollock

Submissions from 2010

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Building Capacity Within a Residency Program, Justin Amman, Teresa VanDeven, Kathryn Hibbert, and Jackie Windsor

Educational Psychology: Applications in Canadian Classrooms, Alan Edmunds and Gail Edmunds

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The "Ten-Year Road:" Joys and Challenges on the Road to Tenure, Kathryn Hibbert, Katina Pollock, R. Stooke, Immaculate K. Namukas, Farahnaz Faez, and J. O'Sullivan

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Scholarship as a Foundation for Health, Kathryn Hibbert, Teresa VanDeven, Rethy Chhem, and Kyra Harris

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Features and Impacts of Five Multidisciplinary Community-university Research Partnerships, Gillian King, Michelle Servais, Cheryl Forchuk, Heather Chalmers, Melissa Currie, Mary Law, Jacqueline Specht, Peter Rosenbaum, Teena Willoughby, and Marilyn Kertoy

New Thinking in Comparative Education: Honouring Robert Cowen, Marianne A. Larsen

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What Would Yoda Do? A “Jedi” Approach to Curriculum Development, Rood Lucier, Ben Hazzard, and Kathy Hibbert

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Mathematics Tasks as Experiential Therapy for Elementary Preservice Teachers, Immaculate Kizito Namukasa and George Gadanidis

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School Mathematics Education in Uganda: Its Successes and its Failures, Immaculate Kizito Namukasa, Madge Quinn, and Janet Kaahwa

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Becoming Intimate With Developmental Knowledge: Pedagogical Explorations with Collective Biography, Veronica Pacini-Ketchabaw, Kathleen Kummen, and Deborah Thompson

First Nations Education Policy in Canada: Progress or Gridlock, Jerry Paquette and Gérald Fallon

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Marginalization and the Occasional Teacher Workforce in Ontario: The Case of Internationally Educated Teachers (IETs), Katina E. Pollock

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Nonmath Analogies in Teaching Mathematics, Vera Sarina and Immaculate Kizito Namukasa