Canadian Journal of Education

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

Articles from Vol. 42, No. 1, July

A Scoping Review of the Demographic and Contextual Factors in Canada's Educational Opportunity Gaps
Introduction Since James S. Coleman (1966) documented significant racial and socio-economic gaps in academic achievement, US researchers and education policymakers have studied the impact of demographic and contextual factors on academic achievement....
Captive Audience: How Corporations Invaded Our Schools
Captive Audience: How Corporations Invaded our Schools by Catherine Gidney Toronto, Ontario: Between the Lines Publishing, 2019, 248 pages ISBN: 9781771134262 (paperback) That we live in a consumer culture is increasingly evident. That this is problematic...
Competences Emotionnelles En Regard De Trois Emotions Distinctes (Anxiete, Colere et Joie) En Lien Avec le Leadership Des Directions D'etablissement Scolaire
Problematique et objectif general de la recherche Mise en contexte; leadership, gestion de soi et gestion d'autrui Etre << leader >> d'une ecole est extremement exigeant emotionnellement (Berkovich & Eyal, 2015). Etant considerees comme...
Developing Resilience and Promoting Well-Being in Early Career Teaching: Advice from the Canadian Beginning Teachers
Introduction Imagine an ideal school world where teachers feel supported in growing professionally and living their dreams of positively influencing students' lives; a school environment where teachers enjoy a quality life inside the school and outside...
Educators on Diversity, Social Justice, and Schooling: A Reader
Educators on Diversity, Social justice, and Schooling: A Reader by Sonya E. Singer and Mary Jane Harkins Toronto, Ontario: Canadian Scholars Press, 2018, 402 pages ISBN: 978-1-77338-049-0 (paperback/hardcover) The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms...
Immigrants Qualifies Cherchent Qualification : La Formation Professionnelle et L'integration Au Marche De L'emploi
Introduction Plusieurs personnes issues de l'immigration sont affectees par des difficultes d'integration professionnelle. Elles developpent donc des strategies de retour aux etudes pour se (re) qualifier en emploi (Piche & Renaud, 2002; Renaud...
L'approche D'acceptation et D'engagement : Quels Benefices Les Etudiants Universitaires En Retirent-Ils?
Introduction et problematique Au Quebec, de nombreux etudiants universitaires sont aux prises avec un probleme ou un trouble de sante mentale (1). Une enquete realisee par la Federation des associations etudiantes du campus de l'Universite de Montreal...
La Pratique De L'ergotherapie En Milieu Scolaire Au Quebec
Introduction Au Canada, l'ecole constitue un milieu de vie important pour les enfants d'age scolaire, en raison de la scolarisation obligatoire. Cependant, certains d'entre eux eprouvent de la difficulte a participer pleinement et a reussir a l'ecole...
Methodes D'enseignement De la Lecture Pour Les Personnes Ayant Une Deficience Intellectuelle Moyenne a Severe
Problematique et cadre conceptuel La participation sociale des personnes ayant une deficience intellectuelle est une visee claire des services de sante et services sociaux qui leur sont offerts (Ministere de la Sante et des Services sociaux [MSSS], 2016,...
Ontario Teachers' Perceptions of the Controversial Update to Sexual Health and Human Development
Acknowledgements This research was supported by a grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. The author would like to thank Jessica Wright, Caileigh Guy, Maria Ahmed, and Taylor Berzins for their excellent assistance with...
Reshaping Canadian History Education in Support of Reconciliation
Introduction The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (TRC) presents history educators in Canada with a significant challenge. Its final report identifies education as "the key to reconciliation" and calls for changes in order to "remedy...
Teachers in Film: Always in Process
Introduction Barakett and Cleghorn (2008) observe there may be few exceptional university-based teacher education programs in Canada because many often focus on the development of the individual. They propose that, "instead of talking about teacher education...
The Performance Cortex: How Neuroscience Is Redefining Athletic Genius
The Performance Cortex: How Neuroscience is Redefining Athletic Genius by Zach Schonbrun New York, New York: Dutton, 2018, 341 pages ISBN: 978-1-1019-8633-2 (paperback) To purists, the game of baseball has remained largely unchanged over its 170-year...
What Is New, Old, & Untold
I need to holdfast to the past a circle without beginning or ending --Carl Leggo (1953-2019) From "Snippets" CJE, 41(1), p. 79 New Once again, this issue of the Canadian Journal of Education (CJE) highlights the diversity and importance...
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