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April 27, 2019

CJE New Issue Published | Parution Du Dernier Numéro De La RCÉ

No specific K-12 distance, online, and/or blended learning items – but the first book review is one that I plan to check out personally.

New Issue Now Online
Parution du dernier numéro
Spring 2019 | Printemps 2019
Volume 42 Issue 1
Editorial
Theodore Christou and Christopher DeLuca
Articles
Lauren Bialystok
Christine Mayor, Eliana B Suarez
Karine Rondeau, Simon Grégoire, Laurence Morin, Lysa-Marie Hontoy
Claire Ahn, Carl Leggo
Mariola Misiorowska, Maryse Potvin, Sebastien Arcand
Emmanuel Charles Poirel, Sébastien Béland, Jessica Charlot
Edith Jolicoeur, Francine Julien-Gauthier
Emmanuelle Jasmin, Stéphanie Ariel, Anne Gauthier, Marie-Soleil Caron, Laurie Pelletier, Gaby Currer-Briggs, Sylvie Ray-Kaeser
Lindsay Gibson, Roland Case
Benjamin Kutsyuruba, Keith Walker, Rebecca Stroud Stasel, Maha Al Makhamreh
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December 15, 2018

Congress 2019 Registration Opens In January!

There are rarely K-12 distance, online, and/or blended learning sessions at this conference – but it is a strong Canadian education conference that I would recommend.

December 2018

Best wishes for a joyous holiday season from the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences.

Congress 2019 registration 
opens soon!
We can’t wait to see you in Vancouver next June and registration for Congress 2019, hosted by UBC, will open mid-January. In the interim, browse the 73 association pages for a taste of what they are planning for their members and make note of their various call-for-papers deadlines. And see the fabulous array of UBC programming in the works.
Advertise at Congress
Meet your target audience and build your profile at Canada’s top scholarly event of the year! Visit the Advertise at Congress page on the event website to discover the full range of options available.
Launch of new 
Canadian research fund
This month we are getting our first competition under Canada’s newest research fund. The New Frontiers in Research Fund – a tri-agency program promised in the 2018 federal budget – kicks off with a call to early-career researchers looking to pursue research that takes risks, has big potential impacts and involves multiple disciplines. Additional calls are expected throughout 2019 under this new fund, which will focus on supporting high-risk, fast-breaking, interdisciplinary and international research.
$10,000 x 2

New increased value of the Federation’s two Canada Prizes in 2019
The Federation announced this week the doubling of its Canada Prizes to $10,000 each. Federation President Guy Laforest called it “a testimony to the important impact these exceptional authors are having on Canada’s literary landscape.” Two Canada Prizes are awarded annually to the best scholarly books in the humanities and social sciences (HSS) that have received funding from the Federation’s Awards to Scholarly Publications Program. Two juries, each comprised of four distinguished academics representing a range of disciplines within the HSS, will select the finalists and winners in March and April 2019, respectively.
Big Thinking on AI
What are the social implications of cutting-edge technologies? We’ve had not one but two recent panel lectures on this fascinating topic. Watch the November 14 Big Thinking event on the social implications of artificial intelligence, held in partnership with Dalhousie University and the Halifax Public Libraries. And see the November 7 Big Thinking event on the social implications of emerging technologies, which was part of the Canadian Science Policy Conference in Ottawa.
Big Thinking - The social implications of artificial intelligence
Big Thinking – The social implications of artificial intelligence
Big Thinking - The social implications of emerging technologies
Big Thinking – The social implications of emerging technologies
Bookmark it! blog
Many agree that regulation around reproductive technologies has been a failure, few agree on why. Find out more in this month’s Bookmark it! blog by University of Guelph Assistant Professor Dave Snow, entitled Assisted Reproduction Policy in Canada: Framing, Federalism, and Failure, about government attempts to regulate the field of assisted reproduction. The Bookmark it! series brings you fresh content each month about books of significance to Canadian culture, society and research.
Are you a storyteller?
The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council has launched its annual #SSHRCStorytellers challenge. Open to all post-secondary students, this nationally renowned contest asks students to show Canadians how humanities and social sciences research is positively affecting our lives, our world and our future. Submissions are being accepted until January 31, and 25 finalists will be invited to Congress 2019 to compete for a spot in the Final Five.
Data management in the research community
The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council has released a Research Data Management Capacity Building Initiative that offers Connection Grants to support the research community’s development, adoption and dissemination of research data management standards, practices, tools and skills. Grant applications are being accepted periodically until August 2019.
Members’ Corner 
 How to: Scholarly journals and social media
The Canadian Association of Learned Journals (CALJ) is hosting a webinar on social media strategies for scholarly journals. Join CALJ on January 16for a 1-hour session on how to lead digital and social media marketing strategies, how to measure social media efforts and a look at the top three online tools used by journals. For additional resources, we invite you to watch the Federation’s recent webinar on the Effective use of social media for associations.
Members, this is your spot!
All members of the Federation are invited to submit their latest news to Emily Nelms, Member Relations Officer, to be featured in this Member news section of the Communiqué. Planning an event? Issuing a new report? Awarding a prize? We look forward to receiving and sharing your great news.
Upcoming events
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April 11, 2018

[CJE/RCE] New Issue Published | Parution du dernier numéro

No K-12 distance, online, or blended learning items in this issue either.

Dear CSSE 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.

Thank you for your continuing interest in our work,

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

 

Chers membres de la SCÉÉ,

Le plus récent numéro de la Revue 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.

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
Directrice de la publication

 


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Dear Readers:

Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l’éducation has just
published its latest issue at http://journals.sfu.ca/cje/index.php/cje-rce.
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
Facebook page. Please help spread the word by liking the page!

Thank you for your continuing interest in our work,

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

Chers lecteurs,

Le plus récent numéro de laRevue canadienne de l’éducation vient d’être
publié à l’adresse suivante :
http://journals.sfu.ca/cje/index.php/cje-rce. 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 page Facebook. Aidez à faire passer le mot en indiquant que vous
aimez la page!

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
Directrice de la publication

Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l’éducation
Vol 41, No 1 (2018)
Table of Contents
http://journals.sfu.ca/cje/index.php/cje-rce/issue/view/179

Editorial/Éditorial
——–
Editorial (i-iii)
Theodore Christou,      Christopher DeLuca

Articles
——–
Mise sur pied et gouvernance d’une instance régionale de concertation :
le cas de la région de Chaudière- Appalaches au Québec (148-169)
Jean-François Conroy
Formation par et pour les pairs : jouer son rôle de passeur culturel en
milieu francophone minoritaire au Nouveau-Brunswick (170-193)
Monique Richard
L’intervention en contexte de nature et d’aventure : différences et
similitudes entre les programmes éducatifs et les programmes
thérapeutiques (194-222)
Virginie Gargano,       Daniel Turcotte
Enseigner l’écriture : l’impact des étayages et des interactions entre
pairs sur le développement de la compétence scripturale (223-249)
Stéphane Colognesi,     Silvia Lucchini
The Settler Grammar of Canadian History Curriculum: Why Historical Thinking
Is Unable to Respond to the TRC’s Calls to Action (250-275)
Samantha Alana Cutrara
Does Full-Day Kindergarten Reduce Parenting Daily Hassles? (276-300)
Katherine Stover,       Janette Pelletier
Contributing to Children’s Early Comprehension of Emotions: A Picture Book
Approach (301-328)
Christian LaForge,      Mélanie Perron, Annie Roy-Charland,     Emilie Myriam
Roy,    Isabelle Carignan
L’expérience des étudiantes et étudiants du secteur collégial par
rapport à leurs difficultés psychologiques (329-355)
Myreille St-Onge,       Alexandre Lemyre
The Use of E-Textiles in Ontario Education (356-384)
Janette Hughes, Laura Jane Morrison
Analyse comparative d’éléments paratextuels choisis chez deux auteurs
autochtones pour la jeunesse et proposition de dispositifs didactiques en
lecture pour une exploitation en classe (385-412)
Rachel DeRoy-Ringuette

Book Reviews/Recensions d’ouvrages
——–
Education Policy: Bridging the divide between theory and practice (i-iii)
Alethea Cassano
Negotiating Learning and Identity in Higher Education: Access, Persistence
and Retention (i-iv)
Clayton Smith
Perspectives on Diversity, Equity, and Social Justice in Educational
Leadership (i-iv)
Kaschka Watson

Special Capsule Issue on Teaching Creativity | Capsule spéciale sur
enseigner la créativité
——–
Introduction (i-vii)
Sean Wiebe,     Peter Gouzouasis,       Patrick Howard, Mitchell McLarnon,      Kathryn
Ricketts,       Layal Shuman
A Reconsideration of Social Innovation: Drama Pedagogies and Youth
Perspectives on Creative and Social Relations in Canadian Schooling (1-23)
Kathleen Gallagher
What Counts as Creativity in Education? An Inquiry into the Intersections of
Public, Political, and Policy Discourses (24-43)
Mia Perry,      Diane R. Collier
L’éducation musicale : un outil créatif pour soutenir les interactions
sociales chez un enfant autiste d’âge préscolaire. (44-68)
Mélanie Evrard, Jonathan Bolduc
Poetry in the Academy: A Language of Possibility (69-97)
Carl Leggo
Modelling and Fostering Creativity: Two Post- Secondary EAL Teachers’
Journey (98-123)
Brett Fischer,  Julia Golden
The New Ice-Age: Frozen and Thawing Perceptions of Imagination (124-147)
Blaine E. Hatt

Canadian Society for the Study of Education
Société canadienne pour l’étude de l’éducation
http://www.cje-rce.ca

January 14, 2018

[CSSE-SCÉÉ] New CJE Issue Published | Parution du dernier numéro de la RCÉ

Note this new journal issue (although no K-12 distance, online, and/or blended learning items).

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.

Thank you for your continuing interest in our work,

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

**********************************************

Chers membres,

Le plus récent numéro de la Revue 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.

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
Directrice de la publication

Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l’éducation Vol 40, No 4 (2017) Table of Contents
http://journals.sfu.ca/cje/index.php/cje-rce/issue/view/118

Editorial/Éditorial

——–

Éditorial/Editorial (i)

Rollande Deslandes

Articles

——–

-La pertinence des stages de formation pratique pour le développement de l’identité professionnelle d’étudiantes infirmières au Québec

(393-418)

Dominique Houle, Dominique Therrien, Lorraine Savoie-Zajc, Eric Nguemeleu Tchouaket, Annie Denoncourt, Pascale Reny

-La coproduction d’une trajectoire de développement pour la compétence «Concevoir des situations d’enseignement-apprentissage» en enseignement au secondaire (419-456)

Josée-Anne Gouin, Christine Hamel

-Le programme de formation et les stratégies éducatives déclarées offerts aux adolescents ayant un trouble du spectre de l’autisme qui fréquentent une classe spécialisée (457-485)

Nathalie Poirier, Nadia Abouzeid, Catherine Taieb-Lachance, Erika-Lyne Smith

-Low-Income, Single-Parent Francophone Mothers and the Educational Achievement of Their Children (486-513)

Julie Alfreda Caissie, Jeanne d’Arc Gaudet, Jeanne Godin

-L’apprenant au coeur du transfert des apprentissages : perspectives d’interventions pédagogiques dans le domaine de l’éducation (514-542)

Khaled Taktek

-Predictors of Academic Outcomes among Local-born, Immigrant and International University Students in Canada: A Retrospective Analysis

(543-575)

Tricia L. da Silva, Konstantine Zakzanis, Joanna Henderson, Arun V. Ravindran

-A Phenomenographic Study of Youth Conceptualizations of Evil: Order-Words and the Politics of Evil (576-602)

Cathryn van Kessel

-A Call for Teacher Professional Learning and the Study of Religion in Social Studies (603-637)

Margaretta L. Patrick, Vanessa Gulayets, Carla L. Peck

-Développer la littératie volet oral pour favoriser la transition interordre entre le primaire et le secondaire : quelques considérations théoriques (638-664)

Nancy Allen

-“But What If I Fail?” A Meta-Synthetic Study of the Conditions Supporting Teacher Innovation (665-703)

Sally Holdsworth, Nancy Maynes

-Mastery, Maladaptive Learning Behaviour, and Academic Achievement: An Intervention Approach (704-738)

John Ranellucci,               Nathan Hall, Krista Muis, Susanne Lajoie, Kristy Robinson

-“Do I Really Need a Course to Learn to Teach Students with Disabilities? I’ve Been Doing It for Years” (739-760)

Laura Sokal, Umesh Sharma

Book Reviews/Recensions d’ouvrages

——–

-Understanding Curriculum: The Australian Context (i-iv)

Dominic Leblanc

-L’estime de soi de nos adolescents : Guide pratique à l’intention des parents (i-v)

Gervais Deschênes

 

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January 12, 2018

[CJE/RCE] New Issue Published | Parution du dernier numéro de la RCÉ

A final item from Wednesday’s inbox…

Dear Readers:

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.

Thank you for your continuing interest in our work,

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

**********************************************

Chers lecteurs,

Le plus récent numéro de la Revue 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.

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
Directrice de la publication

Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l’éducation
Vol 40, No 4 (2017)
Table of Contents
http://journals.sfu.ca/cje/index.php/cje-rce/issue/view/118

Editorial/Éditorial
——–
Éditorial/Editorial (i)
Rollande Deslandes

Articles
——–
La pertinence des stages de formation pratique pour le développement de l’identité professionnelle d’étudiantes infirmières au Québec
(393-418)
Dominique Houle,        Dominique Therrien,     Lorraine Savoie-Zajc,   Eric Nguemeleu Tchouaket,      Annie Denoncourt,       Pascale Reny

La coproduction d’une trajectoire de développement pour la compétence «Concevoir des situations d’enseignement-apprentissage» en enseignement au secondaire (419-456)
Josée-Anne Gouin,       Christine Hamel

Le programme de formation et les stratégies éducatives déclarées offerts aux adolescents ayant un trouble du spectre de l’autisme qui fréquentent une classe spécialisée (457-485)
Nathalie Poirier,       Nadia Abouzeid, Catherine Taieb-Lachance,       Erika-Lyne Smith

Low-Income, Single-Parent Francophone Mothers and the Educational Achievement of Their Children (486-513)
Julie Alfreda Caissie,  Jeanne d’Arc Gaudet,    Jeanne Godin

L’apprenant au coeur du transfert des apprentissages : perspectives d’interventions pédagogiques dans le domaine de l’éducation (514-542)
Khaled Taktek

Predictors of Academic Outcomes among Local-born, Immigrant and International University Students in Canada: A Retrospective Analysis
(543-575)
Tricia L. da Silva,     Konstantine Zakzanis,   Joanna Henderson,       Arun V. Ravindran

A Phenomenographic Study of Youth Conceptualizations of Evil: Order-Words and the Politics of Evil (576-602)
Cathryn van Kessel

A Call for Teacher Professional Learning and the Study of Religion in Social Studies (603-637)
Margaretta L. Patrick,  Vanessa Gulayets,       Carla L. Peck

Développer la littératie volet oral pour favoriser la transition interordre entre le primaire et le secondaire : quelques considérations théoriques (638-664)
Nancy Allen

“But What If I Fail?” A Meta-Synthetic Study of the Conditions Supporting Teacher Innovation (665-703)
Sally Holdsworth,       Nancy Maynes

Mastery, Maladaptive Learning Behaviour, and Academic Achievement: An Intervention Approach (704-738)
John Ranellucci,        Nathan Hall,    Krista Muis,    Susanne Lajoie, Kristy Robinson

“Do I Really Need a Course to Learn to Teach Students with Disabilities? I’ve Been Doing It for Years” (739-760)
Laura Sokal,    Umesh Sharma

Book Reviews/Recensions d’ouvrages


Understanding Curriculum: The Australian Context (i-iv)
Dominic Leblanc

L’estime de soi de nos adolescents : Guide pratique à l’intention des parents (i-v)
Gervais Deschênes

Canadian Society for the Study of Education
Société canadienne pour l’étude de l’éducation
http://www.cje-rce.ca

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