New Issue of in education (21)2 is Published

ineducation cover 21-2in education, an open access, peer reviewed journal exploring the landscape of the field of education has just published its latest issue at http://ineducation.ca/ineducation. We invite you to review the Table of Contents here and then visit our web site to review articles and items of interest.

in education is a journal based in the Faculty of Education at the University of Regina, in Saskatchewan, Canada. The journal has been in existence since 1993, but published its first issue as an online journal in December of 2009. To access archives, click on the archives tab.

in education
Vol 21, No 2 (2015): Autumn 2015
Table of Contents
http://ineducation.ca/ineducation/issue/view/23

Editorial
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Editorial (1-2)
James McNinch, Valerie Mulholland

Articles
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Possibilities for Students At-Risk: Schools as Sites for Personal
Transformation (3-25)
Brenda J. McMahon
The Gap Between Text and Context: An Analysis of Ontario’s Indigenous
Education Policy (26-48)
Jesse K. Butler
Thinking Together: A Duoethnographic Inquiry Into the Implementation of a
Field Experience Curriculum (49-64)
Jackie Seidel, Laurie Hill
Finding Courage in the Unknown: Transformative Inquiry as Indigenist Inquiry
(65-88)
Michele Tanaka
Indigenous Knowledge Realized: Understanding the Role of Service Learning at
the Intersection of Being a Mentor and a College-Going American Indian
(89-109)
Christine A. Nelson, Natalie R. Youngbull
Inquiring Into the Assessment Education of Preservice Teachers: A
Collaborative Self-Study of Teacher Educators (110-126)
Elizabeth Ann Munroe, Jennifer Mitton-KĂĽkner, Deborah Graham
Using Art-Based Ways of Knowing to Explore Leadership and Identity With
Native American Deaf Women (127-149)
Damara Goff Paris
Reading Silenced Narratives: A Curricular Journey Into Innu Poetry and
Reconciliation (150-170)
Julie Vaudrin-Charette
Bush Cree Storytelling Methodology: Northern Stories that Teach, Heal, and
Transform (171-178)
Herman Michell

Book Review
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A Review of There is No Need to Talk About This: Poetic Inquiry from the Art
Therapy Studio, by Karen O. Wallace (179-181)
Shuana Niessen

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