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  • Front Matter 

    Braund, Heather; Coombs, Andrew; Lester, Britney; MacGregor, Stephen; Soleas, Terry; Cheng, Liying (2017-03-23)
    The enclosed Selected Papers 2017 represent a quality selection of peer-reviewed papers presented at the 2016 Rosa Bruno-Jofré Symposium in Education (RBJSE) at Queen’s University, Faculty of Education. The RBJSE is a ...
  • Engaging adolescents in mental health discussions through young adult literature: A literature review 

    de Leon, Clarissa (2017-03-23)
    This literature review explores the potential of using young adult literature (YAL) as a vehicle for engaging adolescents in mental health discussions by viewing it through the lenses of bibliotherapy and counter-storytelling. ...
  • Schooling experiences of Arab immigrant students in Canadian high schools 

    Elkord, Nesreen (2017-03-23)
    This article sheds light on the schooling experiences of Arab immigrant and refugee high school students in the context of Canada’s cultural diversity. Canada’s diversity was described by Justin Trudeau upon his election ...
  • A review of teaching by listening 

    Peres Toledo, Tatiana (2017-03-23)
    A significant number of studies have been conducted on listening to students’ mathematical reasoning, which is commonly highlighted as one of the main features of progressive mathematics teaching. Researchers have shown ...
  • Marginal voices: Indigenous and racialized dialogue in education 

    Abawi, Zuhra (2017-03-23)
    The positioning of marginal identities (Indigenous and racialized students) in settler-colonial state education is such that solidarity and ‘allyship as resistance’ is silenced. The paper will provide an antiracist framework ...

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