Publications:
Saviours or Saboteurs: An Examination of Conditions and Attitudes Faced by Women Teaching in Rural Nova Scotia during World War II

Interviews with two women who taught in rural Nova Scotia during World War II serve as the focus for discussion.

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Socio-Economic Class, School Failure, Juvenile Delinquency, and the Marginalization of Youth: A Theoretical Perspective from Personal Points of View

Drawing on personal teaching experiences working with marginalized or at-risk youth, this paper filters characteristics of young offenders through well established criminological paradigms.

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The Reflective Teacher: The Value of Reflective Practice for Preservice and Classroom Teachers

Drawing on her personal and pedagogical reflective practices as a professor of preservice education, the author will examine the importance of various reflective methods to the personal/professional growth of educators.

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Human Development, Popular Music and Schooling

In this paper presentation, the authors will demonstrate how educators, by bringing popular music into their classrooms in meaningful ways, can have considerable influence on the lives of their students.

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Special Needs, Qualitative Research, and a Personal Reflection: A Familial Perspective

In this paper, the broad fields of special education and qualitative research will serve as filters through which a personal narrative will be thoroughly distilled.

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