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    • Human Rights in Education 

      Magsino, Romulo; Davila, Pauli; Naya, Luis; Bruno-Jofré, Rosa; Casey, Sandra; Manley-Casimir, Michael (Queen's University, Faculty of Education, 2005-11)
      A publication of the Faculty of Education and the Education Alumni Committee, this thematic bi-annual letter is one of our means to engage the community of educators and the public-at-large in a discussion of current ...
    • Integrating ICT in Teaching and Learning 

      Mercier-Laurent, Eunika; Bereiter, Carl; Scardamalia, Marlene; Jonassen, David; Roulet, Geoffrey; Egnatoff, William J.; Laferriere, Therese (2006-06-30)
      The proliferation of virtual learning environments in every sphere of education, the impact of artificial intelligence, and the worldwide imperative to integrate ICT in teaching and learning processes motivated us to invite ...
    • Family Literacy 

      Lee, Elizabeth; Nesbitt-Munroe, Debbie; Jackson, Anne; Arnold, Carynne; Dacosta, Lisa; Ramsay, Susan (Faculty of Education and Education Alumni Committee, 2006-12-15)
      This issue of the Education Letter seeks to inform you about family literacy, describe some successful programs, and discuss principles that teachers and schools may draw upon to develop family literacy programs. A report ...
    • Teacher Education 

      Noddings, Nel; Whitehead, LeRoy; Martin, Andrea; Russell, Tom; Jardin, Joan; Olson, John; Johnston, James Scott (2007-06-27)
      Message from the Editors We have invited distinguished scholars and practitioners to provide us with a challenging read and the beginning of a fruitful conversation on teacher education. Not surprisingly, as Russell and ...
    • Strategies and Solutions to Stop Bullying 

      Craig, Wendy M.; Pepler, Debra; McDougall, Patricia; Smith, David; Saini, Michael; Cook, Charlene; Mishna, Faye; Cummings, Joanne (2008-01-08)
      This Letter comprises a series of articles that provides a systemic understanding of bullying and the relationship solutions required to address it. Addressing bullying is everyone's responsibility and solutions are needed ...
    • Arts Education 

      Bruno-Jofré, Rosa; Noppe-Brandon, Scott; Elliot, Stephen; Upitis, Rena; Smithrim, Katharine; O'Farrell, Larry; Johnston, Aynne (2008-06-20)
      The Spring/Summer 2008 issue of Queen's Education Letter is on the theme "Arts Education." The issue starts off with an article by the editor, Rosa Bruno-Jofre, Queen's University titled "Rethinking Aethetics." Bruno-Jofre's ...
    • Peace Education 

      Bruno-Jofré, Rosa; MacDonald, Flora; Van Gurp, Carolyn; Porter, Robert Gerald; Stroud Stasel, Rebecca; Swaren, Izabella; Kozolanka, Karne (2009-08-10)
      Peace Education encompasses a variety of human rights issues, freedom from war and freedom from all oppression. Globally we are faced with a challenge to create a peaceful and sustainable future. Peace education teaches ...
    • Technological Education 

      Bruno-Jofré, Rosa; Wynne, Kathleen; Hope, Gill; Welch, Malcolm; Norman, Eddie; Olson, John; Holtermann-Delong, Ena; Higham, Jeremy; Yeomans, David; Whitaker, Chris (2010-03-19)
      Technological education encompasses a wide range of skills development, among which are imaginative problem solving, design and production. Creative ways of engaging young people in both the conceptual and practical elements ...
    • Aboriginal Education 

      Bruno-Jofré, Rosa; Beeman, Chris; Robust, Te Tuhi; Freeman, Kate; Reed, Kevin; Belmore, Lorne; Morrison, Carole (2010-08-03)
      This issue conveys the Faculty of Education's commitment to the Aboriginal Peoples of Canada and beyond. The approach intersects the transnationality of histories of colonialism with the need to critically re-address ill ...
    • History of Education 

      Bruno-Jofré, Rosa; Breakstone, Joel; Smith, Mark; Wineburg, Sam; Lévesque, Stéphane; Seixas, Peter; Ercikan, Kadriye; Christou, Theodore; Stafford, Joseph (2011-02-09)
      This issue aims to call attention to the relevance of History in students' development as critical thinkers and ultimately as good citizens.