Latest issue of the Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l’éducation

Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l’éducation

Vol 41 No 3 (2018): Automne 2018 | Autumn 2018

Link: http://journals.sfu.ca/cje/index.php/cje-rce/issue/current

You may read/download these articles:

Editorial/Éditorial
Theodore Christou, Christopher DeLuca

Articles
La littérature jeunesse pour enseigner les mathématiques: Résultats d’une expérimentation en première année
Dominic Voyer, Natalie Lavoie, Marie-Pier Goulet, Marie-Pier Forest

Étude sur les obstacles à la mise en place d’activités d’engagement civique en milieu scolaire au Québec
Marie-Pier Gingras, Frédérick L. Philippe, François Poulin, Jean Robitaille

What do first-year university students in Ontario, Canada, know about First Nations, Métis, and Inuit peoples and topics?
Laura Schaefli, Anne Godlewska, Lisa Korteweg, Andrew Coombs, Lindsay Morcom, John Rose

Comment les étudiants se préparent-ils aux stages ? Ressources exploitées et choix stratégiques
Agnès Deprit, Catherine Van Nieuwenhoven

Kindergarten Teachers’ Perspectives on Culturally Responsive Education
Betül Alaca, Angela Pyle

Neither Hired Mouth nor Class Monarchs: The Scope of Schoolteachers’ Freedom of Expression in Canada
Tatiana Feitosa de Britto

Niinwi – Kiinwa – Kiinwi: Building Non-Indigenous Allies in Education through Indigenous Pedagogy
Lindsay Morcom, Kate Freeman

Un espace de dialogue entre les enseignants et les parents autour des traces audio-vidéo de l’activité en classe
Sylvie Moussay, Samia Aknouche

What Teacher Capacities do International School Recruiters Look For?
James Spurgeon Budrow, Paul Tarc

La « nation » dans le programme québécois d’Histoire et éducation à la citoyenneté : une analyse lexicométrique
Daniel Moreau, Jonathan Smith

Book Reviews/Recensions d’ouvrages
Homophobia in the Hallways
Heterosexism and Transphobia in Canadian Catholic Schools
Kevin Burke

Provoking Curriculum Studies
Strong Poetry and Arts of the Possible in Education
Laura Morrison, Janette Hughes

Education Policy
Bridging the divide between theory and practice (2nd Edition)
Alethea Cassano

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