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 2010

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Transcending the Barriers of Interprofessional Collaboration: Our Continuing Journey as Educators in Medical Imaging, Teresa VanDeven and Kathy Hibbert

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Negotiating Identities in the Transition from Graduate Student to Teacher Educator, Melody Viczko Dr. and Lisa L. Wright

Submissions from 2009

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Teacher Tasks for Mathematical Insight and Reorganization of What it Means to Learn Mathematics, George Gadanidis and Immaculate Kizito Namukasa

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Practising Mathematics Teacher Education: Expanding The Realm of Possibilities, Uwe Gellert, S. Amato, M. Bairral, L. Zanette, I. Bloch, George Gadanidis, Immaculate Kizito Namukasa, G. Krummheuer, B. Grevholm, C. Bergsten, D. Miller, A. Peter-Koop, B. Wollring, J. Proulx, L. M. Rosu, B. Arvold, and N. Sayac

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A Measure of Community Members’ Perceptions of the Impacts of Research Partnerships in Health and Social Services, Gillian King, Michelle Servais, Marilyn Kertoy, Jacqueline Specht, Melissa Currie, Peter Rosenbaum, Mary Law, Cheryl Forchuk, Heather Chalmers, and Teena Willoughby

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How to Feel About and Learn Mathematics: Therapeutic Intervention and Attentiveness, Immaculate Kizito Namukasa, George Gadanidis, and Michelle Cordy

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Virtual Manipulative Materials in Secondary Mathematics: A Theoretical Discussion, Immaculate Kizito Namukasa, Darren Stanley, and Martin Tuchtie

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Thomas Greenfield and the Quest for Meaning in Organizations: A Postponed Dialogue with Ludwig Wittgenstein, Gus Riveros

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Harnessing the Power of Education Research Databases with the Pearl-Harvesting Methodological Framework for Information Retrieval, Robert W. Sandieson, Lori C. Kirkpatrick, Rachel M. Sandieson, and Walter Zimmerman

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A Practical Iterative Framework for Qualitative Data Analysis, Prachi Srivastava and Nick Hopwood

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“The Sisterhood is Watching”: Challenging Identity and Agency in Citizenship, Melody Viczko and Anna McClean

Submissions from 2008

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Childhood Predictors of Adult Criminality: A Meta-Analysis Drawn from the Prospective Longitudinal Literature, Alan W. Leschied Dr., Debbie Chiodo, Elizabeth Nowicki, and Susan Rodger

Submissions from 2007

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Mathematics-for-Teachers (and Students), George Gadanidis and Immaculate Kizito Namukasa

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What Shapes Inner-City Education Policy?, Ben Levin, Jane Gaskell, and Katina E. Pollock

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International Perspectives on Social Justice in Mathematics Education, Immaculate Kizito Namukasa

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Decentralisation and Education in Africa: The Case of Uganda, Immaculate Kizito Namukasa and Ronald Buye

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Neither Voice nor Loyalty: School Choice and the Low-fee Private Sector in India, Prachi Srivastava

Submissions from 2006

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Reconciling Multiple Researcher Positionalities and Languages in International Research, Prachi Srivastava

Submissions from 2005

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WebCT Dialogues on Particle Theory of Matter: Presumptive Reasoning Schemes, Jazlin Ebenezer and Anton Puvirajah

Submissions from 2004

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Strategies to Support Balanced Literacy Approaches in Pre and Inservice Teacher Education, Rachel Heydon, Kathy Hibbert, and Luigi Iannacci

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School Mathematics in the Era of Globalization, Immaculate Kizito Namukasa

Submissions from 2003

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Community Building Through Electronic Discussion Boards: Pre-Service Teachers’ Reflective Dialogueson Science Teaching, Jazlin Ebenezer, Frank Lugo, Beata Beirnacka, and Anton Puvirajah

Submissions from 2002

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Don't Steal the Struggle! The Commercialization of Literacy and Its Impact on Teachers, Kathryn Hibbert