M.Ed. Semester One Reading List
Adnot-Haynes, B., & Mellas, T. (2012). Knocking sparks: Demystifying process in graduate fiction workshops. Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture, 12(2), 299–318. doi:10.1215/15314200-1503604
Ali, K. (2016). Addressing structural racism in creative writing programs. The Writer’s Chronicle. Retrieved from https://www.awpwriter.org/magazine_media/writers_chronicle_view/4129/addressing_structural_racism_in_creative_writing_programs
Ali, M. I. (2014). Stories/storytelling for women’s empowerment/empowering stories. Women’s Studies International Forum, 45, 98–104. doi:10.1016/j.wsif.2013.10.005
Andrews, K. (2009). A house divided: On the future of creative writing. College English, 71(3), 242–255.
Annas, P., & Peseroff, J. (2015). A feminist approach to creative writing pedagogy. In A. Peary & T. C. Hunley (Eds.), Creative Writing Pedagogies for the Twenty-First Century (pp. 139–180). Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press.
Artiles, A. J., Kozleski, E. B., Trent, S. C., Osher, D., & Ortiz, A. (2010). Justifying and explaining disproportionality, 1968-2008: A critique of underlying views of culture. Exceptional Children, 76(3), 279–299.
Badham. (2017). Van Badham responds to Alice Birch’s revolt. She said. Revolt again. Retrieved from https://malthousetheatre.com.au/blog/van-badham-responds-to-alice-birchs-revolt-she-said-revolt-again
Barden, D. (2008). Workshop: A rant against creative writing classes. Poets & Writers. Retrieved from https://www.pw.org/content/workshop_rant_against_creative_writing_classes
Barker, L. M. (2018). Promoting social justice: Rehearsing discussion leadership in a young adult literature course. English Journal, 107(5), 87–90.
Baum, C. M., & Gross, C. (2017). Sustainability policy as if people mattered: Developing a framework for environmentally significant behavioral change. Journal of Bioeconomics, 19(1), 53–95. doi:10.1007/s10818-016-9238-3
Bausch, L. S. (2010). The power of teachers’ writing stories: Exploring multiple layers of reflective inquiry in writing process education. Journal of Language & Literacy Education, 6(1), 20–39.
Beckmann, E. A. (2017). Leadership through fellowship: Distributed leadership in a professional recognition scheme for university educators. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 39(2), 155–168. doi:10.1080/1360080X.2017.1276663
Behizadeh, N. (2014). Adolescent perspectives on authentic writing instruction. Journal of Language & Literacy Education, 10(1), 27–44.
Berchini, C. (2016). Ctrl F: A scholar’s tips for delving into the world of creative writing. Journal of Language and Literacy Education, 12(2), 1–8.
Berger, S., Bartsch, C., Schmidt, C., Christandl, F., & Wyss, A. M. (2018). When utilitarian claims backfire: Advertising content and the uptake of insects as food. Frontiers in Nutrition, 5, 1–7. doi:10.3389/fnut.2018.00088
Bergland, C. (2014). Can reading a fictional story make you more empathetic? Psychology Today. Retrieved from https://www.psychologytoday.com/ca/blog/the-athletes-way/201412/can-reading-fictional-story-make-you-more-empathetic
Bishop, R., Berryman, M., Wearmouth, J., Peter, M., & Clapham, S. (2012). Professional development, changes in teacher practice and improvements in Indigenous students’ educational performance: A case study from New Zealand. Teaching and Teacher Education, 28(5), 694–705. doi:10.1016/j.tate.2012.02.002
Bissonnette, J. D. (2016). The trouble with niceness: How a preference for pleasantry sabotages culturally responsive teacher preparation. Journal of Language and Literacy Education, 12(2), 9–32.
Blackburn, M. V. (2014). (Re)writing one’s self as an activist across schools and sexual and gender identities: An investigation of the limits of LGBT-inclusive and queering discourses. Journal of Language & Literacy Education, 10(1), 1–13.
Bolina, J. (2014). The writing class: On privilege, the AWP-industrial complex, and why poetry doesn’t seem to matter. Poetry Foundation. Retrieved from https://www.poetryfoundation.org/articles/70181/the-writing-class
Brady, A. (2017). MFA by the numbers, on the eve of AWP. Literary Hub. Retrieved from https://lithub.com/mfa-by-the-numbers-on-the-eve-of-awp/
Buller, J. L. (2014). From change management to change leadership. In Change Leadership in Higher Education: A Practical Guide to Academic Transformation (pp. 81–102). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Bussert-Webb, K. (2011). Becoming socially just disciplinary teachers through a community service learning project. Journal of Language & Literacy Education, 7(2), 44–66.
Butler, D. L., Schnellert, L., & Cartier, S. C. (2013). Layers of self- and co-regulation: Teachers working collaboratively to support adolescents’ self-regulated learning through reading. Education Research International, 2013, 1–19. doi:10.1155/2013/845694
Butler-Kisber, L., Yallop, J. J. G., Stewart, M., & Wiebe, S. (Eds.). (2017). Poetic Inquiries of Reflection and Renewal: Poetry as Research. Lunenburg, NS: MacIntyre Purcell Publishing Inc.
Cain, M. A. (2009). “To be lived”: Theorizing influence in creative writing. College English, 71(3), 229–241.
Carello, J., & Butler, L. D. (2015). Practicing what we teach: Trauma-informed educational practice. Journal of Teaching in Social Work, 35, 262–278. doi:10.1080/08841233.2015.1030059
Carter, M., Beare, D., Belliveau, G., & Irwin, R. L. (n.d.). A/r/tography as pedagogy: A promise without guarantee. The Canadian Review of Art Education, 38, 17–32.
Certo, J. L., Apol, L., Wibbens, E., & Hawkins, L. K. (2012). Living the poet’s life: Using an aesthetic approach to poetry to enhance preservice teachers’ poetry experiences and dispositions. English Education, 44(2), 102–146.
Charest, B. C., Bell, L. D., Gonzalez, M., & Parker, V. L. (2014). Turning schools inside out: Connecting schools and communities through public arts and literacies. Journal of Language & Literacy Education, 10(1), 188–203.
Colangelo, S. (2018). The Kindergarten Teacher. United States: Pie Films.
Collins, J. P. (2014). Leadership and change in twenty-first century higher education. BioScience, 64(7), 561–562.
Creely, E. (2018). What’s poetry got to do with it? The importance of poetry for enhancing literacy and fostering student engagement. Literacy Learning: The Middle Years, 26(3), 64–70.
Cummings, K. P., Addante, S., Swindell, J., & Meadan, H. (2017). Creating supportive environments for children who hae had exposure to traumatic events. Journal of Child & Family Studies, 26, 2728–2741. doi:10.1007/s10826-017-0774-9
Cunningham, S., Bartesaghi, M., Bowman, J., & Bender, J. (2017). Re-writing interpersonal communication: A portfolio-based curriculum for process pedagogy and mvoing theory into practice. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 29(2), 381–388.
Cusk, R. (2013). Rachel Cusk: In praise of the creative writing course. The Guardian. Retrieved from https://www.theguardian.com/books/2013/jan/18/in-praise-creative-writing-course
DeMatthews, D., & Mawhinney, H. (2014). Social justice leadership and inclusion: Exploring challenges in an urban district struggling to address inequities. Educational Administration Quarterly, 50(5), 844–881. doi:10.1177/0013141X13514440
Dobson, T., & Stephenson, L. (2017). Primary pupils’ creative writing: Enacting identities in a community of writers. Literacy, 51(3), 162–168.
Earnshaw, S. (2012). “Men couldn”t imagine women’s lives’: Teaching gender and creative writing. In A. Ferrebe & F. Tolan (Eds.), Teaching Gender (pp. 83–101). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
Evans, L. M. (2017). Deconstructing “otherness” through conversations and writing in a biliteracy classroom: A book project approach to building diverse communities of learners. Journal of Language & Literacy Education, 13(2), 1–21.
Fava, N. M., & Bay-Cheng, L. Y. (2013). Trauma-informed sexuality education: Recognizing the rights and resilience of youth. Sex Education, 13(4), 383–394. doi:10.1080/14681811.2012.745808
Fleisher, K. (2002). Scenes from the battlefield: A feminist resists the writing workshop. The Iowa Review, 32(1), 109–115.
Fovet, F. (2018). Course outline. Retrieved from https://moodle31.upei.ca/pluginfile.php/181203/mod_resource/content/1/Course%20Outline%20ED695.pdf
Gay, R. (2014). Not here to make friends. BuzzFeed. Retrieved from https://www.buzzfeed.com/roxanegay/not-here-to-make-friends-unlikable?utm_term=.wh9B019ga#.tsDbrgEpk
Glisson, L., McConnell, S., Palit, M., Schneiderman, J., Wiseman, C., & Yorks, L. (2014). Looking in the mirror of inquiry: Knowledge in our students and in ourselves. Teaching & Learning Inquiry: The ISSOTL Journal, 2(1), 7–20.
Gorzelsky, G. (2013). Experiential knowledge: How literacy practices seek to mediate personal and systemic change. College English, 75(4), 398–419.
Gouzouasis, P., Irwin, R. L., Miles, E., & Gordon, A. (2013). Commitments to a community of artistic inquiry: Becoming pedagogical through A/r/tography in teacher education. International Journal of Education & the Arts, 14(1), 1–23.
Graham, L. J. (2012). Disproportionate over-representation of Indigenous students in New South Wales government special schools. Cambridge Journal of Education, 42(2), 163–176.
Green, C. (2001). Materializing the sublime reader: Cultural studies, reader response, and community service in the creative writing workshop. College English, 64(2), 153–174.
Hall, R. (2005). The pregnant muse: Assumptions, authority, and accessibility. In A. Leahy (Ed.), Power and Identity in the Creative Writing Classroom (pp. 87–97). Clevdon, England: Multilingual Matters.
Hannigan, S. (2012). A/r/tography and place ontology. Visual Arts Research, 38(2), 85–96.
Hardy, I. (2016). “Capitalising” on community? Understanding and critiquing instrumentalist approaches to Indigenous schooling. Oxford Review of Education, 42(6), 661–676. doi:10.1080/03054985.2016.1203302
Harris, A., & Spillane, J. (2008). Distributed leadership through the looking glass. Management in Education, 22(1), 31–34. doi:10.1177/0892020607085623
Hawkesworth, M., Hetfield, L., Balliet, B., & Morgan, J. (2009). Feminist interventions: Creating new institutional spaces for women at Rutgers. In W. R. Brown-Glaude (Ed.), Doing Diversity in Higher Education: Faculty Leaders Share Challenges and Strategies (pp. 137–165). New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Healey, S. (2015). Creative literacy pedagogy. In A. Peary & T. C. Hunley (Eds.), Creative Writing Pedagogies for the Twenty-First Century (pp. 299–341). Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press.
Hiller, A. (2011). Climate change and individual responsibility. The Monist, 94(3), 349–368.
Holt, D., Palmer, S., Gosper, M., Sankey, M., & Allan, G. (2014). Framing and enhancing distributed leadership in the quality management of online learning environments in higher education. Distance Education, 35(3), 382–399. doi:10.1080/01587919.2015.955261
Huaman, E. S., & Abeita, S. (2018). Indigenous teachers and learners: Higher education and social justice. Anthropology & Education Quarterly, 49(2), 201–209. doi:10.1111/aeq.12239
Jean-Marie, G., Normore, A. H., & Brooks, J. S. (2009). Leadership for social justice: Preparing 21st century school leaders for a new social order. Journal of Research on Leadership Education, 4(1), 1–31.
Jones, S., & Harvey, M. (2017). A distributed leadership change process model for higher education. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 39(2), 126–139. doi:10.1080/1360080X.2017.1276661
Jones, S., Harvey, M., Hamilton, J., Bevacqua, J., Egea, K., & McKenzie, J. (2017). Demonstrating the impact of a distributed leadership approach in higher education. Journal of Higher Education Policy and Management, 39(2), 197–211. doi:10.1080/136008X.2017.1276567
Jordan-Baker, C. (2015). The philosophy of creative writing. New Writing: The International Journal for the Practice and Theory of Creative Writing, 12(2), 238–248. doi:10.1080/14790276.2015.1047854
Karamanidou, M., & Bush, T. (2017). Women primary school principals in Cyprus: Barriers and facilitators to progression. International Studies in Educational Administration, 45(1), 70–86.
King, A., & Clark, S. (2018). The 2017 VIDA count. VIDA: Women in Literary Arts. Retrieved from http://www.vidaweb.org/the-2017-vida-count/
Kostelnik, K. (2015). Writing center theory and pedagogy in the undergraduate creative writing classroom. In A. Peary & T. C. Hunley (Eds.), Creative Writing Pedagogies for the Twenty-First Century. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press.
La Jevic, L., & Springgay, S. (2008). A/r/tography as an ethics of embodiment: Visual journals in preservice education. Qualitative Inquiry, 14(1), 67–89. doi:10.1177/1077800407304509
Lareau, A., & Weininger, E. B. (2003). Cultural capital in educational research: A critical assessment. Theory and Society, 32, 567–606.
Latta, M. M., Schnellert, L., Ondrik, K., & Sasges, M. (2016). The inspirited nature of mindful curricular enactment’s community (re)making. Journal of Curriculum Studies. doi:10.1080/00220272.2016.1264484
Leavy, P. (2012). Intoduction to visual arts research special issue on a/r/tography. Visual Arts Research, 38(2), 6–10.
LeBlanc, N., Davidson, S. F., Ryu, J. Y., & Irwin, R. L. (2015). Becoming through a/r/tography, autobiography and stories in motion. International Journal of Education Through Art, 11(3), 355–374. doi:10.1386/eta.11.3.355_1
Lemley, C. K., & Lee, T. L. (2016). Honoring Indigenous teacher education students’ stories: Shifting Indigenous knowledge from the margins to the center. Journal of American Indian Education, 55(2), 28–50.
Liang, J. G., Sottile, J., & Peters, A. L. (2018). Understanding Asian American women’s pathways to school leadership. Gender and Education, 30(5), 623–641. doi:10.1080/09540253.2016.1265645
Lim, S. G. (2010). Lore, practice, and social identity in creative writing pedagogy: Speaking with a yellow voice? Pedagogy: Critical Approaches to Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, and Culture, 10(1), 79–93. doi:10.1215/15314200-2009-022
Lowman, S. (2017). Teach Us All. United States: Array.
MacDonald, A. (2017). A diptych of dilemma: Becoming an artist and a teacher. International Journal of Education Through Art, 13(2), 163–177. doi:10.1386/eta.13.2.163_1
Macintyre Latta, M., Schnellert, L., Ondrik, K., & Sasges, M. (2018). Modes of being: Mobilizing narrative inquiry. Qualitative Inquiry, 1–11. doi:10.1177/1077800418786309
Martin, S. L., Ashley, O. S., White, L., Axelson, S., Clark, M., & Burrus, B. (2017). Incorporating trauma-informed care into school-based programs. Journal of School Health, 87(12), 958–967.
Marzluf, P. P. (2006). Diversity writing: Natural languages, authentic voices. College Composition and Communication, 57(3), 503–522.
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McCabe, N. (1994). Gender inequity in the workshop: Methods which silence women writers.
Mesias-Lema, J. M. (2018). Artivismo y compromiso social: Transformar la formacion del profesorado desde la sensibilidad. Comunicar, 26, 19–28. doi:10.3916/C57-2018-02
Milne, E. (2016). “I have the worst fear of teachers”: Moments of inclusion and exclusion in family/school relationships among Indigenous families in southern Ontario. Canadian Review of Sociology, 53(3), 270–289.
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Moffatt, L. (2014). I hope it still counts as reading: The cultural production of reading(s), social relations and values in a research interview. Journal of Language & Literacy Education, 10(2), 1–16.
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