Research and Scholarship

When our faculty aren't busy conducting research, they're busy talking about it and sharing results...

The following is a list of selected publications from our faculty, 2018-2021. Please consult individual CVs for comprehensive lists.

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Dr. Jennifer Anderson

Godfrey Anderson, J. (In Press). Measures of success in the Nunavut education system: Habkut or unaaq. The Morning Watch. 47 (2).

Godfrey Anderson, J. & Lane, J. (2021). Pigiasilluta oKalagiamik: Culturally Relevant Assessment in Nunasiavut. Études Inuit Studies. Vol. 44 (351-372). https://www.etudes-inuit-studies.ulaval.ca/en

Godfrey Anderson, J. (2021). Teacher Education in the Circumpolar North. (Eds. Jennifer Godfrey Anderson & Sylvia Moore). The Morning Watch 47 (1). https://journals.library.mun.ca/ojs/index.php/mwatch/issue/current

Dr. Kirk Anderson

Moore, S., Maxwell, E. and Anderson, K. (2019). Social justice and the inclusion on indigenous peoples. As found in Beaton, M., Hirshberg, D., Maxwell, G., and Spratt, J. Including the North: A Comparative Study of the Policies on Inclusion and Equity in the Circumpolar North p. 21-42. A publication by the University of the Arctic's Thematic Network on Teacher Education for Social Justice and Diversity. University of Lapland. https://lauda.ulapland.fi/handle/10024/63716

Sprat, J., Anderson, K., Beaton, M., and Rahko-Ravantti. (2018). Seeing education with northern eyes: University of the Arctic Thematic Network for Teacher Education for Social Justice and Diversity in Education. Education in the North. 25(1-2), pp. 175-180.

Dr. Saiqa Azam

Goodnough, K., Arnold, C., Azam, S., Maich, K., Moghaddam, A., Penny, S., & Young, G. (2020). Cultivating a self-study community of practice: Reflections of faculty on issues of evolution and functioning. Studying Teacher Education. http://doi:10.1080/17425964.2020.1737928

Goodnough, K., Azam, S. & Wells, P. (2019). Adopting drone technology in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics): An examination of elementary teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge. Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education, 19, 398-414. https://doi.org/10.1007/s42330-019-00060-y

Azam, S. (2019). Distinguishing topic-specific professional knowledge from topic-specific PCK: A conceptual framework. International Journal of Environmental & Science Education, 14(5), 281-296.

Azam, S. (2018). Development of science pedagogical content knowledge: A model proposed for elementary teacher education in Alberta. Alberta Science Education Journal, 45(3), 32-42.

Azam, S. (2018). Physics for teaching high school physics: Views of prospective physics teachers and teacher educators about undergraduate physics study. Journal of Teacher Education and Educators, 7(2), 147-163.

Amani, H. A. & Azam, S. (2018). Differentiation in Saudi pre-service science teacher program.
Journal of Baltic Science Education, 17 (3), 428-445.

Azam, S. & Goodnough, K. (2018). Learning together about culturally relevant science teacher education: indigenizing a science methods course. International Journal of Innovation in Science and Mathematics Education, 26(2), 74–88.

Dr. Cecile Badenhorst

Badenhorst, C., Pickett, S., Arnold, C., Lewis, L., Vaandering, D., McLeod, H., Buley, J., Goodnough, K., Maich, K., Penney, S., & Young, G. (in production). On being reviewed: From ghosts that haunt in isolation toward connection and unexpected agency. Higher Education Research and Development.

Amell, B., & Badenhorst, C.M. (2019). Inextricable: Doctoral writing, engagement and creativity, Student Engagement in Higher Education Journal, 2(3), 118-137.

Hoben, J., Pickett, S., Badenhorst, C.M. (2019). Staging the shadow: Writing, academic subjectivities and hidden selves. Art/Research International.

Hoben, J., Pickett, S., & Badenhorst, C.M. (2019). Horizons of Self-Composure: Using Poetry and Scribble-Portraits to Explore an Aesthetics of Care. Canadian Review of Art Education, 45(1), 77-92.

Badenhorst, C.M. Mcleod, H., & Toll, H. (2018). Beyond words: Academic identities, artistic selves and writing. Visual Inquiry: Learning & Teaching Art, 7(3), 197-212.

Amell, B., & Badenhorst, C.M. (2018). Introduction: Play, visual strategies and innovative approaches to graduate student writing development, Canadian Journal for Studies in Discourse and Writing/Rédactologie, 28, 26-32. Available at: <http://journals.sfu.ca/cjsdw/index.php/cjsdw/article/view/724>.

Badenhorst, C.M. (2018). Emotions, play and graduate student writing. Canadian Journal for Studies in Discourse and Writing/Rédactologie, 28, 103-126.

Badenhorst, C.M. (2018). Citation practices of postgraduate students writing literature reviews. London Review of Education, 16(1), 121-135. DOI: https://doi.org/10.18546/LRE.16.1.11

Badenhorst, C.M. (2018). Graduate student writing: Complexity in literature reviews. Studies in Graduate and Postdoctoral Education, 9(1), 58-74. https://doi.org/10.1108/SGPED-17-00031

Dr. Anne Burke

Books

Burke, A. (2019). Invitations to Play: Using play to build literacy skills in young learners.Toronto: Pembroke Publishing. Stenhouse Publications: New York.

Peer Review Articles

Burke,A., Moore, S. Molyneux, L. Lawlor, A. Kottwirtz, G. Yurich, R, Sanson ( 2021) Children’s Wellness : Outdoor Wellness During Covid 19. Education in the North. doi.org.10.26203/p99r-0934

Card.,B.,Burke, A, ( 2021).Outdoor Kindergarten: Achieving Outcomes with a Place-based and Landbased Approch to Curriculum. The Morning Watch. Vol 47.(1).

Burke, A. Crocker, A. (2020). “Making Waves”: How Young Learners Connect to their Natural World through Third Space. Education Sciences,10, (8). doi:10.3390/edusci10080203

Kumpulainen, K., Burke, A. Netelioglou,B ( 2020). Young Children, Maker Literacies and Social Change. Editorial. Education Sciences.10, (8). doi:10.3390/edusci10080201

Burke, A., Snow, J. Egan- Kiigemagi, C. (2019). Visual Literacy and Children’s Literature: Multimodal methods for diversity awareness and inclusion in the classroom. Education in the North

Burke, A. C. Ogolo (2019). Technology and Digital Media in Youth in Canada. In R. Heydon(Ed).Bloomsbury Education and Childhood Studies Handbook, London, UK.

Book Chapters

Burke, A. Boisin, B. D. Toope( 2021). Collaborative Pedagogies: Seeking and Finding Truth with Indigenous Children’s Literature through Multiliteracies. In Eds D. Hirshberg, Beaton. M.,Maxwell., G. T. Turunen, J. Peltokorpi. In Education, Equiry and Inclusion: Teaching and Learning in the Sustainable North. Springer Press

Burke, A. & Crocker A. (2019).Sustainable Models: Makerspaces & Children’s Literature: Makerspaces in the Early Years. In Blum- Ross, A, Kumpulainen, K, Marsh J. Enhancing Digital Literacy & Creativity. Routlege UK: London

Burke. A. & Baker, A. (2018). Children’s Literature & New Pedagogies of Possibilities in Social Justice. B. Culligan & M. Wilson (Eds.) Perspectives on Literacy: Bringing Voices Together. Dublin: Irish Literacy Association. Academic and Scholarly Online

Collier, D. Burke, A. ( 2021) Teachers are on the Front lines with Students in the Coronavirus Pandemic. The Conversation. https://theconversation.com/teachers-are-on-the-front-lines-with-students-in-the-coronavirus-pandemic-149896

Burke , A. (2021) Children’s Play in Pandemic Times. Teacher Education for Social Justice and Diversity. https://teachereducationnetwork.blogspot.com/2021/05/

Dr. Vernon Curran

2021

Curran, V.R., Pike, P., Farrell, J., McPherson, I., O’Dea, J., Curtis, B., Trahey, J., Coombs-Thorne, H., McLean, F. (2021). Evaluation of a Collaborator Objective Structured Clinical Encounter (COSCE) in Postgraduate Medical Education. Focus on Health Professional Education: A Multi-Professional Journal, 22(1), 1-14.

Curran, V.R., Xu, X., Simmons, K., Fleet, L., Coombs, H., Porter, R., White, S., Bessell, C., Deshpandey, A., Shahb, A., Waheed, S., Nuttall, R.M. Phenomenological Study of the Use of Virtual Reality (VR) in Pediatrics and Neonatal Resuscitation Training. Digital Health.

2020

Curran, V.R., Simmons, K., Matthews, L., Fleet, L., Gustafson, D., Fairbridge, N., Xu, X. (2020). YouTube as an Educational Resource in Medical Education: A Scoping Review. Medical Science Educator. doi.org/10.1007/s40670-020-01016-w

Hall, A., Richmond, H., Bursey, K., Hansen, Z., Williamson, E., Copsey, B., Albury, C., Asghari, S., Curran, V.R., Pike, A., Etchegary, H. (2020). Evaluating the impact of a champion on implementation of the Back Skills Training (BeST) programme in Canada: a mixed methods feasibility study protocol. BMJ open, 10(11), p.e040834

Duggan, N., Curran, V.R., Fairbridge, N., Deacon, D., Coombs, H., Stringer, K., Pennell, S. (2020). Using mobile technology in assessment of entrustable professional activities in undergraduate medical education. Perspectives in Medical Education. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40037-020-00618-9

Dwivedi, N. R., Vijayashankar, N. P., Hansda, M., Dubey, A. K., Nwachukwu, F., Curran, V.R., & Jillwin, J. (2020). Comparing Standard Setting Methods for Objective Structured Clinical Examinations in a Caribbean Medical School. Journal of Medical Education and Curricular Development. https://doi.org/10.1177/2382120520981992

Curran, V.R., Fairbridge, N.A., Deacon, D. (2020). Peer assessment of professionalism in Undergraduate Medical Education. BMC Medical Education, 20, 504. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12909-020-02412-x

Willoughby, K., Julien, M., Zendel, B., Curran, V.R. (2020). National survey of Canadian residents and program directors regarding parental leave during residency. Canadian Medical Education Journal, https://doi.org/10.36834/cmej.68486

2019

Curran, V.R., Fleet, L., Simmons, K., Lannon, H., Gustafson, D., Wang, C., Garmsiri, M., Wetsch, L. (2019). Adoption and Use of Mobile Learning in Continuing Professional Development by Health and Human Services Professionals. Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions, 39 (2), 76-85.

Lineker, S., Fleet, L., Bell, M., Sweezie, R., Curran V.R., Brock, G., Badley, E. (2019). Getting a Grip on Arthritis Online: Responses of Rural/Remote Primary Care Providers to a Web-based Continuing Education Program. Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine, 24:52-60. doi:10.4103/CJRM.CJRM_10_18

Curran, V.R., Fleet, L., Simmons, K., Lannon, H., Gustafson, D., Wang, C., Garmsiri, M., Wetsch, L. (2019). Adult Learners’ Perceptions of Self-Directed Learning and Digital Technology Usage in Continuing Professional Education: An Update for the Digital Age. Journal of Adult & Continuing Education, 25(1),74-93. doi.org/10.1177/1477971419827318

2018

Curran, V.R., Deacon, D., Schulz, H., Stringer, K., Stone, C., Duggan, N., Coombs-Thorne, H. (2018). Evaluation of the Characteristics of a Workplace Assessment Form to Assess Entrustable Professional Activities (EPAs) in an Undergraduate Surgery Core Clerkship. Journal of Surgical Education, doi: /10.1016/j.jsurg.2018.02.013

Macdonald, S., Manuel, A., Dubrowski, A., Bandrauk, N., Law, R., Curran, V.R., Lee, Y.H. (2018). Emergency Management of Anaphylaxis: A High Fidelity Interprofessional Simulation Scenario to Foster Teamwork Among Senior Nursing, Medicine, and Pharmacy Undergraduate Students. Cureus 10(7): e2915. DOI 10.7759/cureus.2915

MacDonald, S., Manuel, A., Law, R., Bandruak, N., Dubrowski, A., Curran, V.R., Smith-Young, J., Simmons, K., Warren, A. (2018). Assessing the Impact of High Fidelity Human Patient Simulation on Teamwork among Nursing, Medicine and Pharmacy Undergraduate Students. International Journal of Nursing and Health Sciences, 12(8): 337-342.

Dr. Gerald Galway (Dean, pro tempore)

Peer-reviewed Articles

Sundly, A. & Galway, G. (2021). Social, economic, personal, family, and institutional influences on engineering students’ choice of degree program. Springer Nature Social Sciences 1(253). https://doi.org/10.1007/s43545-021-00261-z

Galway, G., Maddigan, B. & Stordy, M. (2020). Instructional use of iPads in a Canadian pre-service teacher education program. Technology, Education and Pedagogy. 29(5), 557-575,
DOI: 10.1080/1475939X.2020.1819397

Moore, S. & Galway, G. (2018). Design and pedagogical practices of an Inuit-focused bachelor of education program in Labrador. Education in the North, 25(1-2).

Sheppard, B. & Galway, G. (2016). School boards in Canada: Outworn relics of the past or champions of local democracy? Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations, 25(1). http://jeaf.ca/index.php/jeaf/article/view/43/23

Galway, G. & Sheppard, B. (2015). Research and evidence in education decision-making: A comparison of results from two pan-Canadian studies. Education Policy Analysis Archives, 23(109). http://dx.doi.org/10.14507/epaa.v23.1905

Galway, G. (2014). Government and the academy: Will the twain ever meet? The Morning Watch – Educational and Social Analysis (Special Anniversary Edition). Available at: http://www.mun.ca/educ/faculty/mwatch/winter14.htm

Galway, G., Sheppard, B., Brown, J., & Wiens, J. (2013). The impact of centralization on local school district governance in Canada. Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Leadership, Issue 145.

Peer-Reviewed Books and Book Chapters

Galway, G. (2019). Reading, writing and religion: The history of teacher education in Newfoundland and Labrador. In T. Christou (Ed.). The curriculum history of Canadian teacher education. New York: Routledge.

Goodnough, K. & Galway, G. (2019). Science education in Canada: Newfoundland and Labrador. In C. Tippett & T. Milford (Eds.). Science Education in Canada. New York: Springer.

Gill, D., & Galway, G. (2019). Pre-service technology education teachers' perceptions of experiential learning through makerspaces. In Pulé, S., & deVries, M. (Eds.) Developing a knowledge economy through technology and engineering education (pp. 177 –185). Msida, Malta.

Galway, G. (2017). Re-democratizing education decision-making in Newfoundland and Labrador. In A. Marland & L. Moore, L. (Eds.). The Democracy Cookbook: Recipes to Renew Governance in Newfoundland and Labrador. St. John’s: Iser Books.

Galway, G. (2015). Is teaching still a viable option in Atlantic Canada. In N. Maynes & B. E. Hatt (Eds.) The Complexity of Hiring, Supporting, and Retaining New Teachers in Canada. (pp. 1-21). Canadian Association for Teacher Education/Association canadienne pour la formation à l’enseignement.

Dr. Karen Goodnough (Dean - on leave)

Book Chapters

Goodnough, K., Falkenberg, T., & McDonald, R. (2020). Examining the nature of teacher education using the principle of contradictions: A Cultural Historical Activity Theory perspective. In K. Nolan & J. Tupper (Eds.), Beyond the technical-rational: Drawing on social theory for teacher education research (pp. 13-32). Bloomsbury.

Goodnough, K., & Galway, G.J. (2019). Science education in Newfoundland and Labrador: Mapping the landscape. In C. Tippett & T. Milford (Eds.), Science education in Canada Consistencies, commonalities, and distinctions (pp. 245-264). Springer.

Journal Publications

Goodnough, K., Arnold, C., Azam, S., Maich, K., Moghaddam, A., Penney, S., & Young, G. (2020). Cultivating a self-study community of practice: Reflections of faculty on issues of evolution and functioning. Studying Teacher Education, 1–19.

Goodnough, K., Azam, S., & Wells, P. (2019). Adopting drone technology in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics): An examination of elementary teachers’ pedagogical content knowledge. Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education, 19(4), 398-414.

Goodnough, K. (2018). Addressing contradictions in teachers’ practice through professionallearning: an activity theory perspective. International Journal of Science Education, 40(17), 2181–2204.

Goodnough, K. (2018). Understanding primary teachers’ professional learning and practice: An activity theory lens. Journal of Curriculum Studies, 51(3), 362–383.

Power, K., & Goodnough, K. (2018). Fostering teachers’ autonomous motivation during professional learning: a self-determination theory perspective. Teaching Education, 30(3), 278–298

Azam, S. & Goodnough, K. (2018). Learning together about culturally relevant science teacher education: Indigenizing a science methods course. International Journal of Innovation in Science Education, 26(2), 74-88.

Dr. Greg Harris


Gower, H.K. & Harris, G.E. (2020). Committee Members’ Perspectives on Admissions to Canadian Master’s-Level Counselling Programs: Personal Qualities and Gatekeeping Considerations. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 54, 88-111.

Klaver, E., Kelly, N., Greidanus, E., Harris, G. E., & Whelton, W. (2019). Attitudes Towards Interprofessional Education Among Counselling Psychology Graduate Students in Canada. Canadian Journal of Counselling and Psychotherapy, 53. Retrieved from https://cjc-rcc.ucalgary.ca/article/view/61233

Greidanus, E.,Warren, C.,Harris, G.E., &Umetsubo, Y. (2019).Collaborative practice in counselling: a scoping review. Journal of Interprofessional Care 34(3):1-9

Greenham, J., Harris, G.E., Hollett, K.B., & Harris, N. (2019).
Predictors of turnover intention in school guidance counsellors. British Journal of Guidance and Counselling 47(6):1-17.

Dr. Noel Hurley

Hurley, N., Seifert, T. & Sheppard, B. (2018, September). An Investigation of the Relationship between Professional Learning Community Practices and Student Achievement in an Eastern Canadian School Board. The Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy.

Dr. Rhonda Joy (Associate Dean)

Joy, Rhonda, et al. "English Language Arts Performance of Grade 6 Students in an Intensive French Program." The Canadian Modern Language Review / La revue canadienne des langues vivantes, vol. 77 no. 1, 2021, p. 23-45. Project MUSE muse.jhu.edu/article/784810.

Dr. Margarita F. Kondratieva

Articles in Refereed Journals

Kondratieva, M., & Bergsten, C. (2021) Secondary School Mathematics Students Exploring the Connectedness of Mathematics: The Case of the Parabola and its Tangent in a Dynamic Geometry Environment.The Mathematics Enthusiast, 18 (1&2), 183-209.
Available at: https://scholarworks.umt.edu/tme/vol18/iss1/13

Bosch, M., Hausberger, T., Hochmuth, R., Kondratieva, M., Winslow, C. (2021) External Didactic Transposition in Undergraduate Mathematics. Int. J. Res. Undergrad. Math. Ed., 7, 140-162. https://doi.org/10.1007/s40753-020-00132-7

Kondratieva, M. (2020). Detecting and sharing praxeologies in solving interconnecting problems: some observations from teacher education viewpoint.
Educac~ao Matem atica Pesquisa: Revista do Programa de Estudos P os-Graduados em Educac~ao Matem atica, 22(4), 472-486.
http://dx.doi.org/10.23925/1983-3156.2020v22i4p472-486

Ogandzhanyants, O., Kondratieva, M. & Shalaby, N. (2018) Strong Skolem Starters. J. Combin. Design, 27:1, 5-21.

Kondratieva, M. (2018) Problem solving 101 No. 6 (Guest columnist.) Crux Mathematicorum, 44:8, 332-336.

Kondratieva, M. and Winslow, C. (2018) Klein's plan B in the early teaching of Analysis: two theoretical cases exploring mathematical links. International Journal for Research in Undergraduate Mathematics Education, 4(1), 119-138. DOI 10.1007/s40753-017-0065-2

Kondratieva, M. (2016) Calculus without epsilon and delta. Crux Mathematicorum, 42:2, 63-68.

Dr. Xuemei Li

Refereed Journal Articles

Que, H. & Li, X. (2021). Academic support for refugee students in elementary and secondary schools and teachers’ quandaries about inclusivity. In G. Li, J. Anderson, J. Hare, & M. McTavish (Eds.), Superdiversity and teacher education:Supporting teachers in working with culturally, linguistically, and racially diverse students, families, and communities. Routledge.

McLeod, H., Lewis, L. B., & Li, X. (2021). Resilience and hope: Exploring immigrant and refugee youth experiences through community-based arts practice. Engaged Scholar Journal: Community-Engaged Research, Teaching, and Learning, 6(2), 88-104. https://doi.org/10.15402/esj.v6i2.70765

Li, X. & Que, H. (2020). Support for refugee students in a Newfoundland high school: Merits and ramifications. Education in the North, 27(1), 5-20. https://www.abdn.ac.uk/education/documents/journals_documents/Volume_27_Issue_1_Participation/2_EitN_2020_01_11_Li.pdf

Xu, X. & Li, X. (2018). Teaching academic writing through process-genre approach: A pedagogical exploration of an EAP program in China. TESL-EJ, 22(2), 1-21. http://www.tesl-ej.org/pdf/ej86/a1.pdf

Lewis, L., McLeod, H., & Li, X. (2018).The Open Studio: Exploring immigrant and refugee youth experiences of belonging through community-based arts practice.Cultural and Pedagogical Inquiry, 10(1), 5-21. https://journals.library.ualberta.ca/cpi/index.php/cpi/article/view/29363

Other Peer-Reviewed Articles

Li, X. (2018). Introduction: At the juncture of TESL, multicultural education, and newcomer integration. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 46(1-2). https://journals.library.mun.ca/ojs/index.php/mwatch/article/view/2034/1621

Li, X. & Que, H. (2018). Newcomer integration and academic support in Newfoundland and Labrador. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 46(1-2).
https://journals.library.mun.ca/ojs/index.php/mwatch/article/view/2041/1622 Bakhshi, M. A., Que,

H., & Li, X. (2018). Teaching diversity: Helping newcomer students adjust academically. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 46(1-2). https://journals.library.mun.ca/ojs/index.php/mwatch/article/view/2045/1626

Lewis, L., McLeod, H., Li, X., & Toll, H. (2018). Newcomers, creative spaces, and connection through art. The Morning Watch: Educational and Social Analysis, 46(1-2).

Dr. Kimberly Maich

Hall, C., Maich, K., & Anderson, B. (In Progress, 2022). People skills for behaviour analysis. Routledge.

Keith, E., & Maich, K. (In Progress, 2021). Mental health case studies for international classrooms. Rowman & Littlefield.

Sider, S., & Maich, K. (In Press, January 2022). Inclusive school leadership: Real cases from real leaders. Rowman & Littlefield.

2021 (COVID-19 PANDEMIC)

Sider, S., & Maich, K., Morvan, J., Villella, M., Ling, P., & Repp, C. (In Press, April 2021). Inclusive school leadership: Examining the experiences of Canadian school principals in supporting students with special education needs. Journal of Research in Special Education Needs, 21(2). https://nasenjournals.onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/1471-3802.12515

MacCormack, J., Sider, S., Maich, K., & Specht, J. (2021). Self-determination and inclusion: The role of Canadian principals in catalysing inclusive-positive practices. International Journal of Education Policy & Leadership.

Young, G., Philpott, D., Penny, S., Maich, K., & Butler, E. (2021). Quality early childhood education mitigates against special educational needs in children. In T. Loreman, J. Goldan, & J. Lambrecht (2021). Resourcing inclusive education (International Perspectives on Inclusive Education) (Volume 15). Emerald Publishing. https://doi.org/10.1108/S1479-3636202
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2020 (COVID-19 PANDEMIC)

Maich, K., Penney, S., Alves, K., & Hall, C. (2020). Autism spectrum disorders in the Canadian context: An introduction. Toronto: Canadian Scholars.

Maich, K., Belcher, C., Davies, A., Rose, J., & van Rhijn, T. (2020). Pathology persists and stigma stays: Representations of (autistic) Stephen Greaves in the post-apocalyptic world. Disability & Society. https://doi.org/10.1080/09687599.2020.1862641

Maich, K., Sider, S., Morvan, J., Specht, J., Smith, D. (2020). Making the unknown or invisible accessible: The collaborative development of inclusion-focused open access case studies for principals and other school leaders. Exceptionality Education International Special Issue, 30(2), 68-79. https://ir.lib.uwo.ca/eei/vol30/iss2/7/

Badenhorst, C., Pickett, S., Arnold, C., Lewis, L., Buley, J., Goodnough, K., Maich, K., McLeod, H., Penney, S., Young, G., & Vaandering, D. (2020). On being reviewed: From ghosts that haunt in isolation towards connection and unexpected agency. Higher Education Research & Development. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/
07294360.2020.1792847

Goodnough, K., Arnold, C., Azam, S., Maich, K., Moghaddam, A., Penney, S., Young, G. (2020). Cultivating a self-study community of practice: Reflections of faculty on issues of evolution and functioning. Studying Teacher Education, 16(2). https://www.tandfonline.com/
doi/full/10.1080/17425964.2020.1737928

Belcher, C., & Maich, K. & Hardy, M. (2020). Teachers as zookeepers? How picture books describe classroom management. Language and Literacy, 21(4), 1-20. https://doi.org/
10.20360/langandlit29449.

ALSO

Whitley, J., MacCormack, J., Matheson, I., Specht, J., Sider, S., & Maich, K. (January 2021). Diversity via distance: Lessons learned from families supporting students with special education needs during remote learning. Education Canada. https://www.edcan.ca/articles/diversity-via-distance/

Philpott, D., Maich, K. & Luscombe, S. (March 2020). Supporting your children during COVID-19: Tips for parents of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder.Autism Mental Health Literacy Project (AM-HeLP) Group. (2021). AM-HeLP animated video series. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJzxy-6v04fmpyv8l9MC7Xw

Autism Mental Health Literacy Project (AM-HeLP) Group. (2021). Mental Health Literacy Guide for Autism (1st digital Ed.). Retrieved from: https://www.yorku.ca/ health/lab/ddmh/am-help/

Hall, C., & Maich, K. (May 2020). Social skills for learners with ASD Part 2: Peer-mediated social skills [500 live attendees]. https://autismineducation.ca/webinars-presentations/
webinar-series/

Hall, C., & Maich, K. (May 2020). Social skills for learners with ASD Part 1: Understanding and assessing social skills in the school context [500 live attendees]. https://autismineducation.ca/
webinars-presentations/webinar-series/

Goodnough, K., Arnold, C., Azam, S., Maich, K., Moghaddam, A., Penney, S., Young, G. (2020). Cultivating a self-study community of practice: Reflections of faculty on issues of evolution and functioning. Studying Teacher Education. https://www.tandfonline.com/
doi/full/10.1080/17425964.2020.1737928

Belcher, C., & Maich, K. & Hardy, M. (2020). Teachers as zookeepers? How picture books describe classroom management. Language and Literacy, 21(4), 1-20. https://doi.org/
10.20360/langandlit29449.

2019

Penney, S., Young, G., Butler, E. Maich, K., & Philpott, D. (2019). The role of quality ECE in facilitating mental health and well-being in children. Exceptionality Education International: Special Issue on Quality Early Childhood Education & the Need for Special Education Services, 29(3), 57-76.

van Rhijn, T., Maich, K., Lero, D., & Irwin, S. H. (2019). Assessing inclusion quality: The SpeciaLink Early Childhood Quality Inclusion Scale. Exceptionality Education International: Special Issue on Quality Early Childhood Education & the Need for Special Education Services, 29(3).

Maich, K., Davies, A. W. J., Penney, S., Butler, E., Young, G., & Philpott, D. (2019). Young children with autism spectrum disorder: The earlier we begin together, the better. Exceptionality Education International: Special Issue on Quality Early Childhood Education & the Need for Special Education Services, 29(3), 77-91.

Young, G., Philpott, D., Butler, E., Maich, K., & Penney, S., (2019). Exploring the impact of quality early childhood education on special education: Can we prevent placement in special education? Exceptionality Education International: Special Issue on Quality Early Childhood Education & the Need for Special Education Services, 29(3), 6-21.

Fairbrother, M., Maich, K., & Sider, S. (2019). School principals and inclusive schools: A case study of complex contexts and competing perspectives. International Journal of Case Studies in Business, IT, and Education, 3(2). http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3519497.

Maich, K., Rutherford, C., & Bishop, C. (2019). Phones, watches, and apps: Engaging everyday mobile / assistive technology for adults with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities. Exceptionality Education International.

Maich, K., & Sider, S. (2019). Special education needs and disabilities in secondary education (Canada). Bloomsbury Education & Childhood Studies. doi: 10.5040/9781474209441.0054

Alves, K., & Maich, K. (2019). A parent’s perspective is worth a thousand words: Parents of children with ASD and their perspectives on a community-based parent education program. Canadian Journal of New Scholars in Education, 10(1). https://jmss.org/
index.php/cjnse/article/view/43470/pdf

Van Rhijn, T., Osborne, C., Ranby, S., Maich, K., Hall, C., Rzepecki, L., & Hemmerich, A.
(2019). Peer play in inclusive child care settings: Assessing the impact of stay, play, and talk, a peer-mediated social skills program. Child Care in Practice. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13575279.2019

Penney, S., Young, G., Maich, K., & Howell, E. (2019). Promoting home-school communication surrounding children with disabilities: Parental perceptions in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. In D. Jahr & R. Kruschel (Eds.), Inclusion in Canada: International perspectives on heterogeneity-sensitive education (pp. 207-223). Weinheim, Germany: Beltz Verlag. [German translation]

Maich, K., Davies, A., & Sohrabi, T. (2019). Autism spectrum disorder and maternal employment barriers: A comprehensive gender-based inquiry. Canadian Journal of Family & Youth, 11(1), 104-153. https://journals.library.ualberta.ca/cjfy/
index.php/cjfy/article/view/29463

Maich, K., Hall, C., van Rhijn, T., & Squires, K. (2018). Investigating stay, play, and talk: A peer-mediated social skills intervention for young children with autism spectrum disorder and social challenges. Exceptionality Education International 28(2), 82-104. https://ir.lib.uwo.ca/
eei/vol28/iss2/5/

Dr. Bruce Mann

Mann. B.L. (2022). Lawful Trojan Horse, In Mehdi Khosrow-Pour (ed.)., Research Anthology on Business Aspects of Cybersecurity. Chapter 29, pp. 621-648. Hershey Pennsylvania: IGI Global.

Mann. B.L. (2021). Attitude training for police cadets: Addressing the problem of arresting suspects with a mental illness, in Mehdi Khosrow-Pour (ed). Research Anthology on Mental Health Stigma, Education, and Treatment. Chapter 16, pp. 287-303. Hershey Pennsylvania: IGI Global.

Mann, B.L (2020). Applying Internet Laws and Regulations to Educational Technology, Advances in Public Policy and Administration Book Series, Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Mann, B.L (2015). Social networking websites: A concatenation of impersonation, denigration, sexual and aggressive solicitation, cyber-bullying, and happy slapping videos, In Philip Leith (Ed.). Privacy in the Information Society (pp. 493–503), Part VI. Social Networks, Volume II of 3-volume series. The Library of Essays on Law and Privacy. London, U.K: Ashgate Publishing. January.

Dr. Sylvia Moore

Peer Reviewed Book Chapter

Moore, S., Maxwell, E., and Anderson, K. (2019). Social justice and the inclusion of Indigenous Peoples in Canada. In Beaton, M. C., Hirshberg, D.B. & Maxwell, G.R. (Eds.). Including the north: A comparative study of the policies on inclusion and equity in the circumpolar north (pp. 20-40). University of the Arctic Yearbook 2019. Rovaniemi, Finland: University of Lapland. Online version: https://lauda.ulapland.fi/handle/10024/63716

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Moore, S. (2019, April). Language and identity in an Indigenous teacher education program. International Journal of Circumpolar Health, Special issue: Collaborative approaches to wellness and health equity in the Circumpolar North. 78(2), DOI 10.1080/22423982.2018.1506213. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/22423982.2018.1506213

Tulloch, S., and Moore, S. (2018, December). Opening Spaces for Indigenous Teaching and Learning through Community-Based Teacher Education. Education in the North, Special Edition: Perspectives on Place. 25(3), pp. 73-88. https://www.abdn.ac.uk/eitn/journal/

Moore, S. & Galway, G. (2018, August). Design and pedagogical practices of an Inuit-focused Bachelor of Education program in Labrador. Education in the North, Special Edition: Teacher Education in the Arctic, 25(1-2), 155-174. https://www.abdn.ac.uk/eitn/journal/

Dr. Sharon Penney

2020 Journal Publication

Goodnough, K., Arnold, C., Azam, S., Maich, K., Moghaddam, A., Penney, S., Young, G. (2020). Cultivating a self-study community of practice: Reflections of faculty on issues of evolution and functioning. Studying Teacher Education. https://www.tandfonline.com/
doi/full/10.1080/17425964.2020.1737928

Badenhorst, C., Pickett, S., Arnold, C., Lewis, L., Vaandering, D., McLeod, H., Buley, J., Goodnough, K., Maich, K., Penney, S., & Young, G. (in production). On being reviewed: From ghosts that haunt in isolation toward connection and unexpected agency. Higher Education Research and Development.

2019 Journal Publications

Penney, S., Young, G., Butler, E. Maich, K., & Philpott, D. (2019). The role of quality ECE in facilitating mental health and well-being in children. Exceptionality Education International: Special Issue on Quality Early Childhood Education & the Need for Special Education Services, 29(3), 57-76.

Maich, K., Davies, A. W. J., Penney, S., Butler, E., Young, G., & Philpott, D. (2019). Young children with autism spectrum disorder: The earlier we begin together, the better. Exceptionality Education International: Special Issue on Quality Early Childhood Education & the Need for Special Education Services, 29(3), 77-91.


Young, G., Philpott, D., Butler, E., Maich, K., & Penney, S., (2019). Exploring the impact of quality early childhood education on special education: Can we prevent placement in special education? Exceptionality Education International: Special Issue on Quality Early Childhood Education & the Need for Special Education Services, 29(3), 6-21.

Badenhorst, C., Pickett, S., Arnold, C., Lewis, L., Vaandering, D., McLeod, H., Buley, J., Goodnough, K., Maich, K., Penney, S., & Young, G. (2019). On being reviewed: From ghosts that haunt in isolation toward connection and unexpected agency Higher Education Research & Development.

Young, G., de Lugt, J., Penney, S., & Specht, J. (2019). Exceptionality Education International: Responding to change and promoting dialogue on inclusive education for all. Scholarly and Research Communication, 10(2): 1001307, 8 pp. http://doi.org/10.22230/src.2019v10n2a307
https://src-online.ca/index.php/src/article/view/307/599

Book Chapters

2020 Book Chapters

Penney, S., Young, G., Badenhorst, C., McLeod, H., Moore, S., & Pickett, S. (2020, Spring). Women reflect on remaining in academia: Challenges and supports. In In T. Handford & T. Sibbald (Eds.). Beyond the Academic Gateway (pp. ). University of Ottawa Press.

Young, G., Philpott, D., Penney, S., Maich, M., & Butler, E. (Accepted). Quality early child education mitigates against special educational needs in children. In T. Loreman, J. Goldan, & J. Lambrecht (Eds.) International Perspectives on Inclusive Education - Resourcing Inclusive Education. (pp. ). Emerald Publishing.

2019 Book Chapter

Penney, S., Young, G., Maich, K., & Butler, E. (2019). Förderung der Kommunikation zwischen Elternhaus und Schule um ein Kind mit Beeinträchtigung: Wahrnehmungen von Eltern in Neufundland und Labrado. In D. Jahr & R. Kruschel (Eds.). Inclusion in Canada. International Perspectives on Heterogeneity Sensitive Education. Weinheim, Germany: Beltz Verlag.

Penney, S., Young, G., Maich, K., & Butler, E. (2019). Promoting home-school communication surrounding children with disabilities: Parental perceptions in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada (pp. 198-214). Paper prepared in English and translated into German for publication in the anthology by D. Jahr & R. Kruschel (Eds.). Inclusion in Canada: Perspectives on Cultures, Structures and Practices. Weinheim, Germany: Beltz Verlag.

Web based publications

Ball, J., Penney, S., Young, G., Harris, G., & Joy, R. (2019). Teacher readiness: Teacher attitudes, opinions, and perspectives towards facilitating positive mental health in the classroom. Article written for Inclusive Education Canada. Retrievable from: https://inclusiveeducation.ca/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2019/02/Ball-Article-MHLJBall-1.pdf

Young, G., Maich, K., Penney, S., David Philpott, D., & Butler, E. (2019). Understanding how Quality Early Child Education helps to prevent Special Educational Needs in children. Article written for Inclusive Education Canada. Retrievable from https://inclusiveeducation.ca/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/2019/02/G-Young-Inclusive-Education-Month-Inclusive-Early-Childhood-Education-Jan-2019.pdf

Dr. Joelle Rodway

Journal Articles 

Sinnema, C., Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., Rodway, J., & Cann, R. (forthcoming). [title]. Teaching and Teacher Education

Rodway, J., MacGregor, S., Daly, A., Liou, Y.-H., Yonezawa, S., & Pollock, M. (2021). A network case of knowledge brokering. Journal of Professional Capital and Community, 6(2), 148–163. 

Sinnema, C., Daly, A. J., Liou, Y.-H., & Rodway, J. (2020). Exploring the communities of learning policy in New Zealand using social network analysis: A case study of leadership, expertise, and networks. International Journal of Educational Research, 99, 1‒16. 

Rodway, J. (2019). Coaching as a knowledge mobilization strategy: Coaches’ centrality in a provincial research brokering network. International Journal of Education Policy and Leadership, 14(5), 1‒18.

Cooper, A., Rodway, J., & Read, R. (2018). Knowledge mobilization practices of educational researchers across Canada. Canadian Journal of Higher Education/Revue canadienne d'enseignement supérieur, 48(1), 1‒21. 

Book Chapters

Rodway, J. & Farley-Ripple, E. N. (2020). Shifting our gaze: Relational space in PLN research. In L. Schnellert (Ed.), Professional learning networks: Facilitating transformation in diverse contexts with equity-seeking communities. Emerald Publishing. 

Cooper, A., Rodway, J., MacGregor, S., Shewchuk, S., & Searle, M. (2020). Promising approaches to measuring educational networks: A framework integrating social network analysis and developmental evaluation. In J. R. Malin & C. Brown (Eds.), The role of knowledge brokers in education: Connecting the dots between research and practice (pp. 90‒107). New York, NY: Routledge.

Rodway, J., & Daly, A. J. (2019). Defining schools as social spaces: A social network approach to researching schools as organizations. In C. James, D. E. Spicer, M. Connolly and S. D. Kruse (Eds.), The SAGE International Handbook on School Organization (Ch. 35). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications Inc.

Rodway, J. (2018). Getting beneath the surface: Examining the social side of professional learning networks. In C. Poortman & C. Brown (Eds.), Networks for learning: effective collaboration for teacher, school and system improvement (pp. 172–193). London: Routledge.

Dr. Gavin Watson

Refereed Publications

Hundey, B., Anstey L. M., Cruickshank H. & Watson, G.P.L. (2020). Mentoring faculty online: A literature review and recommendations for web-based programs. International Journal for Academic Development. doi: 10.1080/1360144X.2020.1731815

Professional Publications

Flynn, A., Watson, G.P.L & Wilson, J. (2019, March). Write a teaching philosophy statement that stands out. University Affairs, 60 (2), p. 56.

Anstey, L. M., & Watson, G. P. L. (2018, September). A Rubric for Evaluating E-Learning Tools in Higher Education. EDUCAUSE Review. Retrieved from https://er.educause.edu/articles/2018/9/a-rubric-for-evaluating-e-learning-tools-in-higher-education

Dr. Gabrielle Young

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

Young, G., Philpott, D., Butler, E., Maich, K., & Penney, S. (2019). Exploring the impact of quality early child education on special education: Can we prevent placement in special education? Exceptionality Education International, 29(3), 6-21. https://ir.lib.uwo.ca/eei/vol29/iss3/2

Penney, S., Young, G., Butler, E., Maich, K., & Philpott, D. (2019). The role of quality ECE in facilitating mental health and well-being in children. Exceptionality Education International, 29(3), 57-76. https://ir.lib.uwo.ca/eei/vol29/iss3/5

Maich, K., Davies, A., Penney, S., Butler, E., Young, G., & Philpott, D. (2019). Young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder in early education and care: The earlier we begin, the better. Exceptionality Education International, 29(3), 77-91. https://ir.lib.uwo.ca/eei/vol29/iss3/6

Young, G., & Careen, C. (2019). Examining the literature on assistive technology. Knowledge about Literacy (Viden om Literacy), 26, 14-21.

Goodnough, K., Arnold, C., Azam, S., Maich, K., Moghaddam, A., Penney, S., & Young, G. (2019). Cultivating a self-study community of practice: Reflections of faculty on issues of evolution and functioning. Studying Teacher Education. doi: 10.1080/17425964.2020.1737928

Badenhorst, C., Pickett, S., Arnold, C., Lewis, L., Vaandering, D., McLeod, H., Buley, J., Goodnough, K., Maich, K., Penney, S., & Young, G. (2019). On being reviewed: From ghosts that haunt in isolation toward connection and unexpected agency Higher Education Research & Development.

Young, G., de Lugt, J., Penny, S., & Specht, J. (2019). Exceptionality Education International: Responding to change and promoting dialogue on inclusive education for all. Scholarly and Research Communication, 10(2): 1001307, 8 pp. http://doi.org/10.22230/src.2019v10n2a307
https://src-online.ca/index.php/src/article/view/307/599

Young, G., Specht, J. A., Hunter, F. E., Terreberry, S., McGhie-Richmond, D., & Hutchinson, N. L. (2018) “The First Day He Kicked Shoes at Me, the Last Day He Brought Me a Picture of Himself”: Investigating the Practicum Experiences of Pre-service Teachers. Exceptionality Education International, 28, 83-101. Retrieved from https://ir.lib.uwo.ca/eei/vol28/iss3/7

Peer Reviewed Book Chapters

Young, G., Philpott, D., Penney, S., Maich, M., & Butler, E. (Accepted). Quality early child education mitigates against special educational needs in children. In T. Loreman, J. Goldan, & J. Lambrecht (Eds.) International Perspectives on Inclusive Education - Resourcing Inclusive Education. (pp. ). Emerald Publishing.

Penney, S., Young, G., Badenhorst, C., McLeod, H., Moore, S., & Pickett, S. (2020, Spring). Women reflect on remaining in academia: Challenges and supports. In In T. Handford & T. Sibbald (Eds.). Beyond the Academic Gateway (pp. ). University of Ottawa Press.

Penney, S., Young, G., Maich, K., & Butler, E. (2019). Förderung der Kommunikation zwischen Elternhaus und Schule um ein Kind mit Beeinträchtigung: Wahrnehmungen von Eltern in Neufundland und Labrado. In D. Jahr & R. Kruschel (Eds.). Inclusion in Canada. International Perspectives on Heterogeneity Sensitive Education. Weinheim, Germany: Beltz Verlag.

Penney, S., Young, G., Maich, K., & Butler, E. (2019). Promoting home-school communication surrounding children with disabilities: Parental perceptions in Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada (pp. 198-214). Paper prepared in English and translated into German for publication in the anthology by D. Jahr & R. Kruschel (Eds.). Inclusion in Canada: Perspectives on Cultures, Structures and Practices. Weinheim, Germany: Beltz Verlag.

Young, G. (2018). Case study #22: Using assistive technology in inclusive classrooms. In D. Griffiths & J. Ryan (Eds.). Case Studies for Inclusive Educators and Leaders. (8 pages). Burlington, ON: Word & Deed Publishing. ISBN: 978-0-9918626-3-4

Calder Stegemann & A. AuCoin (Eds.), Inclusive Education: Stories of Success and Hope in a Canadian Context. (pp. 147-149). Don Mills, ON: Pearson Canada Inc. http://catalogue.pearsoned.ca/educator/product/Inclusive-Education-Stories-of-Success-and-Hope-in-a-Canadian-Context/9780134184135.page