Canadian Journal of Education

Canadian Journal of Education is an academic journal focusing on Canadian Education

Articles from Vol. 39, No. 3, November

Digital Narratives as a Means of Shifting Settler-Teacher Horizons toward Reconciliation
Introduction Within Canadian education systems, Indigenous (1) students and their families are regularly silenced, marginalized, or failed by institutions that reproduce settler-colonial relations (2) through Eurocentric curriculum, texts, and teaching...
Editorial
Cher lectorat, Le present numero de la Revue comprend deux contributions francophones qui constituent des avancees notoires par rapport aux connaissances anterieures. Dans le premier manuscrit, Duval, Bouchard, Hamel et Page se penchent sur la qualite...
Effets Directs et Indirects Du Sentiment D'efficacite Parentale Scolaire Dans le Rendement Scolaire De L'enfant
Introduction Le concept de sentiment d'efficacite personnelle est au creur de la theorie sociale-cognitive de Bandura (1977) et defini comme etant les croyances d'une personne sur ses capacites a accomplir et realiser un comportement ou une activite...
Examining Rhetorics of Play in Curricula in Five Provinces: Is Play at Risk in Canadian Kindergartens?
Introduction Canadian teachers and parents are asking questions about whether play should be part of kindergarten. They question whether kindergarten curriculum and practice should emphasize academic learning, taking the role of a preparation ground...
Introduction: Play in the 21st Century
Is play at risk in the 21st century? Much has been written on the potential for children's play to be usurped by more rigorous academics in early childhood curricula, the growing trend of commercialization of childcare and education (Gillian-Mauffette,...
Investigating Key Psychometric Properties of the French Version of the Early Years Evaluation-Teacher Assessment
Introduction Adapting seamlessly to the school environment at entry to kindergarten and achieving success in the first years of school is highly dependent on children's abilities, behaviours, and attitudes (Canadian Council on Learning-Conseil Canadien...
La Genese De L'ecole Publique et De la Democratie Scolaire Au Quebec. Les Ecoles De Syndics 1814-1838
La genese de l'ecole publique et de la democratie scolaire au Quebec. Les Ecoles de syndics 1814-1838 de Jean-Pierre Proulx Presses de l'Universite Laval, dans la collection << Cultures quebecoises >> dirigee par Yvan Lamonde et Michel...
La Qualite Des Interactions Observees En Classe et Les Pratiques Declarees Par Les Enseignantes a L'education Prescolaire
Problematique La notion de reussite educative se trouve au centre des interets actuels, tant en recherche que dans les milieux responsables de l'education des enfants (Institut de la Statistique du Quebec [ISQ], 2013; Pagani, Fitzpatrick, Belleau,...
Le Jeu Cache En Classe Comme Espace Transitionnel a la Maternelle
Introduction Le jeu a l'ecole maternelle: entre le discours officiel et les pratiques Au cours des dernieres decennies, d'importantes reformes des systemes educatifs ont ete entreprises dans plusieurs societes occidentales. En seulement quelques...
Poetic Inquiry of and on Play
Call and Response John: Could we focus primarily on poetic play, and not give too much space to the prose and quoting? I am thinking that we just need to show some playfulness, something that appears to have been forgotten. Do we want to focus the...
Portrayals of Bullying in Young Adult Literature: Considerations for Schools
Introduction For the last several decades, bullying has been noted as a serious problem in schools, and it has been noted that students, teachers, administrators, parents, and community members need to work together to address ways to help victims,...
Unfreezing Disney's Frozen through Playful and Intentional Co-Authoring/co-Playing
Play, Playfulness, and Early Learning and Childcare Curricula in Canada Across Canada, within early childhood practice, policy, and research, there has been an intensified focus on the possibilities of play and playful early learning and childcare...
Using Cognitive Coaching to Build School Leadership Capacity: A Case Study in Alberta
Introduction Principals, working with teachers, provide the vision for their schools and create a safe and nurturing learning environment (Gaziel, 2007; Supovitz, Sirinides, & May, 2010; Witziers, Bosker, & Kruger, 2003; Youngs & King,...
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