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Vol. 41, Nos. 3-4.                ISSN 0384-50-28                   Winter 2014


This Special issue:
Funds of Knowledge: Illuminating the Voices
Guest Editor - Dr. Linda Coles
Memorial University of Newfoundland

 

Introduction

Dr. Linda Coles

 

A 40 Year Legacy of Scholarship: When Parallel Lines Intersect

Kirk Anderson

 

Young Children's Learning in the Contexts of Families and Communities

Ann Anderson, Jim Anderson

 

Bridget and the White Rose: An Author Among School Children

Ed Kavanagh

 

Culture, a Narrative From Within...

David Trainor

 

They Do Something Very Powerful - They Teach

Clar Doyle

 

Building on the Past: A Short Reflection on Starting Out, Ending Up, and Hoping Still

Ursula A. Kelly

 

Developing Rural School Collaboration: From New Zealand and Iceland to Newfoundland and Labrador

Ken Stevens

 

Government and the Academy: Will the Twain Ever Meet?

Gerald Galway

 

Religion and Education in The Morning Watch, 1973-2013: Curriculum

Noel Barrett Shuell

 

Journey to the Faculty of Education

Rachel Lobel

 

How to Not Know Everything: The Value of Experiential Learning

Rebecca Collins

 

From Neoliberalism to Social Justice and Humanism

Mary G. Green

 

Reflections on the SORT Project

Joan Oldford

 

The Silence of Teachers

Dennis M. Mulcahy

 

Is There a Need for a Practicum Experience in the Bachelor of Special Education Program at Memorial University? - Teachers' and Administrators' Perspectives

Edith Furey

 

Career Decisions of Newfoundland Youth (1973) on How People's Attitudes Toward University Have Changed (1974-Present)

G. Llewellyn Parsons

 

From A to Z (Angler to Zimdowney)

Bill Fagan

 

Teaching English in Taiwan: Social, Cultural and Economic Implications

Steve Meadus

 

My Journey: Interpreting the English Industry of South Korea

Stephen Walsh

 

Memorial, Korea and Back

Geoff Bartlett

 

From Stephenville Crossing to Memorial: My Educational Journey

Annette Marie Mallay

 

FirstComes Primary School, and then Comes...MUN

Annette Larkin

 

Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador:My MUN Experience

Jeffrey E. Locke

 

Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador:My MUN Experience

David Locke