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Northwest Journal of Teacher Education – Spring 2013 Issue Now Available!

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Volume 11, Number 1 contains the following articles:

  • A Call to Action: What Student Teachers Can Teach Us – Kathleen Cowin, Oregon State University
  • Making the Grade: Examining Teacher Education – Kurtis Hewson and John Poulsen, University of Lethbridge
  • Time for ‘Positive’ Transformation in Teacher Education – Colin Saby and Clive Hickson, University of Alberta
  • Enhancing Understanding: Clarifying Teacher Mentor Roles in the Education of Pre-Service Teachers – Lorraine Beaudin, University of Lethbridge
  • Negotiating Liminal Spaces: Purposeful Pedagogy in Diverse Classrooms – Mildred Masimira, University of Alberta
  • Building a Teacher Education ‘To Do List’ – Jim Parsons, Larry Beauchamp and Kelly Harding, University of Alberta
  • Scientism, Philosophy and Brain-Based Learning – Greg Nixon, University of Northern British Columbia

Click here to access the Northwest Journal of Teacher Education (Spring 2013) – Volume 11, Number 1Education (Spring 2013) – Volume 11, Number 1.  For more information about the journal, visit our Publications section of the website.

In the coming days, we will be posting a call for manuscripts for our Fall 2013 issue.  Follow the NWATE website to receive an update email when posted!

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