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July 25, 2017

[CSSE-SCÉÉ] Latest issue of CJE available (40:2 /2017) | Nouveau numéro de la RCÉ disponible (40:2 /2017)

Readers should note the article by Thérèse Laferrière entitled “Les défis de l’innovation selon la théorie de l’activité :  le cas de l’école (éloignée) en réseau.”

Dear Members:

Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l’éducation has just published its latest issue at www.cje-rce.ca. We invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to review articles and items of interest.

For more information on the authors and their research, please visit our new website: https://cje-rce.ca/authors/

Thank you for your continuing interest in our work,

Katy Ellsworth
acde@telus.net
follow us on Twitter @cje_rce
Managing Editor

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Chers membres,

Le plus récent numéro de laRevue canadienne de l’éducation vient d’être publié à l’adresse suivante : www.cje-rce.ca. Nous vous invitons à consulter la table des matières, puis à visiter notre site Web pour y lire les articles qui vous intéressent.

Pour en savoir plus sur les auteurs et leurs recherches, veuillez consulter notre site Web : https://cje-rce.ca/authors/.

Nous vous remercions de l’intérêt que vous portez à notre revue.

Cordiales salutations,

Katy Ellsworth
acde@telus.net
Suivez-nous sur Twitter @cje_rce

Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l’éducation Vol 40, No 2 (2017) Table of Contents

http://journals.sfu.ca/cje/index.php/cje-rce/issue/view/114

Celebrating 40 Years of the CJE | Hommage aux 40 ans de la RCÉ

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Introduction (1-5)

Nicholas Ng-A-Fook

Developing Teachers’ Professional Learning:  Canadian Evidence and Experiences in a World of Educational Improvement (1-33)

Carol Campbell

Les défis de l’innovation selon la théorie de l’activité :  le cas de l’école (éloignée) en réseau (1-30)

Thérèse Laferrière

Education that Matters (1-15)

Joel Westheimer

Professional Legitimation for Education in Canadian Universities: The Canadian Journal of Education, 1976-1997 (1-23)

Donald Fisher

Vers une jonction de deux pratiques (1-3)

Stéphane Allaire

Evidence-based teaching in the 21st Century: The missing link (1-6)

William J. Hunter

My Acquaintance with the CJE/RCE, 1988-1992 (1-7)

William Bruneau

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Articles

A Well Place to Be: The Intersection of Canadian School-Based Mental Health Policy with Student and Teacher Resiliency (1-30)

Mary Ott,            Kathy Hibbert,   Susan Rodger,   Alan Leschied

The Ontario Sexual Health Education Update: Perspectives from the Toronto Teen Survey (TTS) Youth (1-24)

June Larkin,        Sarah Flicker,     Susan Flynn,       Crystal Layne,    Adinne

Schwartz,            Robb Travers,    Jason Pole,         Adrian Guta

Cheminement scolaire d’élèves en difficulté adaptation ou d’apprentissage en enseignement secondaire (1-30)

Philippe Tremblay

Influence of Cognitive CoachingSM on the Development of Self-efficacy and Competency of Principals (1-23)

Todd Rogers,     Cal Hauserman,                Jacqueline Skytt

Conditions favorables et défavorables au développement de pratiques inclusives en enseignement secondaire : les conclusions d’une métasynthèse (1-29)

Nadia Rousseau,              Mathieu Point,  Karelle Desmarais,           Raymond Vienneau

Encadrement offert par des superviseurs universitaires en formation à l’enseignement : le point de vue de stagiaires finissants en ÉPS (1-30)

Carlo Spallanzani,             François Vandercleyen, Sylvie Beaudoin,               Jean-François

Desbiens

Problematizing Complexities and Pedagogy in Teacher Education Programs:

Enacting Knowledge in a Narrative Inquiry Teacher Education Discourse Community (1-30)

Darlene Ciuffetelli Parker,            Anne Murray-Orr,           Jennifer

Mitton-Kukner,                Shelley M. Griffin,           Debbie Pushor

Le processus de coévaluation entre superviseurs et étudiants en formation initiale des enseignants du primaire (1-27)

Stéphane Colognesi,      Catherine Van Nieuwenhoven

Brains Unlimited: Giftedness and Gifted Education in Canada before Sputnik

(1957) (1-26)

Jason Ellis

Methodologically Historicizing Social Studies Education: Curricular Filtering and Historical Thinking as Social Studies Thinking (1-26)

Bryan Smith

Historical Hegemony or Warranted Adaptation? A Response to Smith (1-10)

Lindsay Gibson,                Roland Case

Unwieldy Social Studies and Traces of Historical Thinking: A Response to Gibson and Case (1-7)

Bryan Smith

School Principals and Students with Special Education Needs: Leading Inclusive Schools (1-31)

Steve Sider,        Kimberly Maich,               Jhonel Morvan

Programmes d’insertion professionnelle dans les commissions scolaires de Queìbec et perseìveìrance des enseignants du primaire et du secondaire en deìbut de carrieÌre (1-26)

Amelie Desmeules,         Christine Hamel,               Eric Frenette

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Book Reviews/Recensions d’ouvrages

The Oxford Handbook of Reading (1-3)

Iman Tohidian

Diversity and Leadership (1-4)

Kaschka Watson

DSM-5 Diagnosis in the Schools (1-3)

Alexandria Stathis

Practical Handbook of Multi-Tiered Systems of Support: Building Academic and Behavioral Success in Schools (1-3)

Nancy Wilder

How Children Learn to Write Words (1-4)

Christina Belcher

Learning knowing sharing: Celebrating successes in K-12 Aboriginal education in British Columbia (1-4)

Amy Parent

 

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