Canadian Journal of Education

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

Articles from Vol. 40, No. 1, July

A Comparison of Readability in Science-Based Texts: Implications for Elementary Teachers
Introduction Content area literacy is reading and writing in order to learn more about a domain or discipline (Moss, 2005). Instructionally, teachers access an assortment of text types and genres to connect content learning with literacy and technology...
Editorial
La diversite dans les interets de recherche en education est fort bien illustree dans les trois articles francophones du present numero de la Revue. Dans le premier manuscrit, Claire Duchesne de l'Universite d'Ottawa s'attarde a un sujet de l'heure,...
Exploring School Leadership in England and the Caribbean
Exploring School Leadership in England and the Caribbean by Paul Miller Toronto, Canada: Bloomsbury Academic, 2016, 189 pages ISBN: 978-1-47425-170-9 (hardcover) Paul Miller, the author of Exploring School Leadership in England and the...
Forms of Fighting: A Micro-Social Analysis of Bullying and In-School Violence
Introduction We now know that the occurrence of in-school bullying behaviour is the highest among students in Grades 6-8, with physical violence decreasing in frequency as students grow up (Dake, Price, & Telljohann, 2003; Nansel et al., 2001)....
"I like to Take Everything and Put It in My Own Words": Historical Consciousness, Historical Thinking, and Learning with Community History Museums
Introduction Community history museums provide powerful sites for learning. When it comes to engaging with the past, there is little doubt that such community-based heritage institutions deliver convincing historical narratives. For educators, however,...
Introduction: Historical Thinking, Historical Consciousness
In September, 2014, the University of Ottawa Education Research Unit, Making History /Faire l'histoire, hosted Canadian History at the Crossroads, a SSHRC-funded symposium in collaboration with the Canadian Museum of History in Gatineau, Quebec. The...
La Conscience Historique En Didactique De L'histoire Au Canada
Introduction Le Canada s'apprete a commemorer sa Confederation, soulignant ainsi 150 ans d'histoire et d'heritage. L'evenement, qui s'etalera sur plusieurs mois, offrira une opportunite inegalee de discuter de la signification de l'histoire au Canada...
Learning What Schooling Left Out: Making an Indigenous Case for Critical Service-Learning and Reconciliatory Pedagogy within Teacher Education
Introduction As one of the fastest growing demographics in Canada, the Aboriginal peoples (1) in Canada are a young and increasingly urbanized population (Statistics Canada, 2011), who are often described as "vulnerable populations" (Alberta Education,...
Le Sentiment D'appartenance a L'ecole : Une Analyse Conceptuelle
Introduction Les chercheurs en psychologie considerent les individus comme des etres complexes. Ils ont, apres tout, un corps physique et un esprit uniques, et des buts et ambitions qui leur sont propres. Malgre leur unicite, les individus ressentent...
Perception Des Etudiants En Psychologie a L'egard Du Plagiat Aux Etudes Postsecondaires et Evaluation D'un Outil De Prevention
Introduction Le plagiat est un probleme connu et pris au serieux par le milieu universitaire. Il est generalement entendu comme le vol d'idees, qui relevent d'un ou de plusieurs champs de connaissances et qui n'appartiennent pas a la culture generale,...
Quand Un Film Historique Controverse Devient Une Opportunite Pour Problematiser la Nation Canadienne
Problematique Le film historique occupe toujours une place preponderante chez les enseignants d'histoire dans plusieurs contextes nationaux et internationaux (Boutonnet, 2014a; Blake et Cain, 2011; Marcus et Stoddard, 2007; Poyntz, 2008; Sasseville,...
Quelles Strategies D'acculturation De Nouveaux Enseignants Issus De L'immigration Privilegient-Ils Face Aux Defis Cultureis et Identitaires De Leur Insertion Professionnelle?
Introduction Les nouveaux arrivants au Canada, meme lorsqu'ils detiennent des qualifications professionnelles ou universitaires acquises dans d'autres pays, rencontrent des difficultes pour trouver un emploi dans leur domaine d'expertise en raison...
Reconciliation or Racialization? Contemporary Discourses about Residential Schools in the Canadian Prairies
Introduction The residential school system is one of the darkest examples of Canada's colonial policies implemented to eradicate Aboriginal peoples (1) from settler society. Lasting for over 100 years and ending in the mid-1990s, the extensive government-...
S'integrer a Une Nation Passe-T-Il Par L'assimilation De Son Recit Historique? Reflexion a Partir Du Cas Quebecois
Un probleme? La <<nation quebecoise>>--terme largement utilise et assume pour qualifier la societe quebecoise contemporaine--se pluralise de plus en plus au chapitre des cultures la composant. Il est inutile de chiffrer le phenomene...
The Pop-History Spectacle: Curating Public Memory and Historical Consciousness through the Visual
Introduction The spectacle manifests itself as an enormous positivity, out of reach and beyond dispute. All it says is: "Everything that appears is good; whatever is good will appear." --Guy Debord, The Society of the Spectacle Finding Your Seat...
The Rights and Responsibility of Test Takers When Large-Scale Testing Is Used for Classroom Assessment
Introduction The rights and responsibility of test takers is a key issue in educational testing and there are specific standards that outline good quality testing practices. One well-known document is the Standards for Educational and Psychological...
The Stories Nations Tell: Sites of Pedagogy, Historical Consciousness, and National Narratives
Introduction In 1908, a monument to French explorer Samuel de Champlain, and founder of New France, was installed in Ottawa, the Canadian capital. The original had two statues. The first portrayed Champlain at one-and-a-half-times his life-size,...
Transphobia and Cisgender Privilege: Pre-Service Teachers Recognizing and Challenging Gender Rigidity in Schools
Introduction The opportunity for teacher candidates to understand how to incorporate anti-discrimination work in their teaching practice is a key component of school and education reform. Social justice policies and procedures exist in many school...
Vers Une Conscience Nouvelle : Eduquer Pour Humaniser Par Pierre Demers
Vers une conscience nouvelle : Eduquer pour humaniser par Pierre Demers Saint-Adele, Canada : Textes et Contextes, 2016, 158 pages ISBN : 978-2-924552-25-4 (couverture) << Plusieurs etudiants en enseignement experimentent un tel changement...
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