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Katy Ellsworth
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Managing Editor
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Chers lecteurs,

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Cordiales salutations,

Katy Ellsworth
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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

Articles
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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
Québec et persévérance des enseignants du primaire et du secondaire en
début de carrière (1-26)
Amelie Desmeules, Christine Hamel, Eric Frenette

Book Reviews/Recensions d’ouvrages
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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

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

ETR&D Special Issue on “Technology enhanced learner ownership and learner autonomy through creation” call for papers

ETR&D Special Issue on

Technology enhanced learner ownership and learner autonomy through creation

Special Issue Editor

Dr. Yu-Ju Lan, Special Issue Editor, Distinguished Professor, Department of Applied Chinese Language and Culture, National Taiwan Normal University, Taiwan

Important Dates:

Submissions of initial papers due: 30 September 2017

Decisions and reflection on the initial papers selected: 15 November 2017

Revised manuscripts due: 31 December 2017

Feedback on revised manuscripts:  28 February 2018

Final manuscripts due by the authors: 30 April 2018

Final manuscripts sent to the publishers: 31 May 2018

Special Issue Publication: August-September 2018

Submission Information

Please prepare your manuscripts following the ETR&D Instructions.
Submit your manuscripts via https://www.editorialmanager.com/etrd/.
Select “Special Issue: Technology-enhanced Ownership and Autonomy” as the article type.

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Taotao Long, John Cummins & Michael Waugh

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Transaction-level learning analytics in online authentic assessments

Rob Nyland, Randall S. Davies, John Chapman & Gove Allen

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Sociotechnical stewardship in higher education: a field study of social media policy documents

Laura A. Pasquini & Nicholas Evangelopoulos

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The impact of goal achievement orientation on student technology usage in the classroom

Rory McGloin, Kara T. McGillicuddy & John L. Christensen

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Do cases teach themselves? A comparison of case library prompts in supporting problem-solving during argumentation

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The influence of academic discipline, race, and gender on web-use skills among graduate-level students

Jennifer Owens & Flavius Lilly

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Exploring collaboration in learning by design via weblogs

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Experienced online instructors: beliefs and preferred supports regarding online teaching

Patricia McGee, Deborah Windes & Maria Torres

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Spaces for interactive engagement or technology for differential academic participation? Google Groups for collaborative learning at a South African University

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Students’ social media engagement and fear of missing out (FoMO) in a diverse classroom

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