Vol 7, No 2 (2012)

Special Issue: Equity, Engagement, Teaching and Learning

The six articles in Volume 7, Issue 2 of this special edition, encourage us to take a closer look at issues of inclusion and equity of access and outcome, as they relate to students’, educators’, and parents’ ability to access not only the physical buildings, but also to successfully navigate and transform hidden structural elements, regardless of race, social position, financial means, and physical and cognitive abilities.

Table of Contents


Editorial: Teaching & Learning Special Issue on Equity, and Engagement PDF
Denise Armstrong, Snezana Ratkovic, Catherine Hands
Access, Engagement, and Community Connections PDF
Katina Pollock
Principals’ Roles and Responsibilities in Creating Inclusive School Environments for People with Disabilities PDF
Christine Rougoor
Engaging Difference and Racial Equity: What School Leaders Need to Know and Do PDF
Katlyn Davis, Denise Armstrong
Possibilities for Parent Participation: Including All Families in Their Children’s Education PDF
Catherine Hands
Student Engagement for Equity and Social Justice: Creating Space for Student Voice PDF
Brenda McMahon, Geoff Munns, John Smyth, David Zyngier
Advancing from a Diary Cartoon Novel to Young Adult Fiction: Exploring Issues of Gender and Power with Girls with Reading Difficulties PDF
Vera Woloshyn, Nancy Taber, Laura Lane