In Centering African Proverbs, Indigenous Folktales, and
Cultural Stories in Curriculum, skilled experts George J.
Sefa Dei and Mairi McDermott develop effective ways of
delivering education to the evermore-diverse groups of
learners in schools. This new edited collection aims...
In their new critical reader, editors Mary Jane Harkins and Sonya E. Singer argue that ‘sorting’ ourselves into identity categories results in sexism, racism, heterosexism, homophobia, classism, ableism, and other ‘isms’. This book’s 19 innovative chapters invite educators, te...
A Métissage of Inspiration/Imagination/Interconnection
Erika Hasebe-Ludt, Carl Leggo
This highly anticipated collection of 30 original essays and 21 invocations provokes the idea of curriculum studies as an interdisciplinary field across transitional contexts, with particular emphasis on Canadian educators’ works. During the Biennial Provoking Curriculum Studi...
Canadian Literature for Social Justice in the Classroom
Anne Burke, Ingrid Johnston, Angela Ward
Despite an increase in efforts to promote equity and social justice in educational settings, researchers have found that teachers at the elementary, middle school, and secondary school levels are often unsure how to present social justice issues in the classroom. Inspired by t...