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LEADERSHIP, HIGHER &  ADULT EDUCATION

Recent Publications

 

2014

China through the Lens of Comparative Education

China through the Lens of Comparative Education

Ruth Hayhoe is a distinguished scholar in Comparative Education and Higher Education, as well as one of the most highly regarded experts on Chinese education in the world. This selection of 15 of her most representative papers and chapters documents the most significant works of her research on Chinese education, Higher Education, and Comparative Education. This invited volume for Routledge’s World Library of Educationalists Series is the first to focus on Comparative Education.

 

 

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Consolidated Ontario Small Claims Court Statutes, Regulations and Rules

Compiled by Justice Marvin A. Zuker, this text is a valued, one-stop working toold for legal professionals, judges, students and anyone else working in or associated with the Ontario Small Claims Court.

 

 

 

 

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Ontario Small Claims Court Practice

  • Completely updated and revised with over 100 new cases, Ontario Small Claims Court Practice 2014 brings you the latest amendments to the rules and forms of Small Claims Court in ontario. With this new edition, Mr. Justice Marvin A. Zuker is joined by J. Sebastian Winny as author. 

 

 

 

 

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Universities and Regional Development: A Critical Assessment of Tensions and Contradictions

Edited by: Rómulo Pinheiro, Paul Benneworth, and Glen A. Jones. In a systematic and comparative manner, this book shows internal and external audiences why, how, and when the institutionalization of universities’ "third missions" should take place.

 

 

 

2013

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Women in a Globalizing World: Transforming Equality, Development, Diversity and Peace

Edited by Angela Miles. An exciting interdisciplinary Canadian collection of of ground-breaking work brings together almost seventy articles by formative feminist writers, researchers, activists and visionaries to illuminate the profound globalizing processes of our time. Critical analyses of current globalization and possible alternatives are presented in the context of global feminist dialogue and activism since the 1980s. Together, the articles provide a comprehensive overview of the agenda and processes of neo-liberal globalization; women’s activist responses to the consequent environmental and social destruction; and visionary feminist alternatives and worldviews.

 

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This new book in the Educator's Guide series provides new and experienced teachers, principals, school administrators and other educators with an essential guide on the basic workings of the legal system and in particular, the functions and structure of the Ontario College of Teachers.

 

 

 

Contested Learning in Welfare Work

Contested Learning in Welfare Work

Drawing on the field of cultural historical psychology and the sociologies of skill and labour process, Contested Learning in Welfare Work offers a detailed account of the learning lives of state welfare workers in Canada as they cope, accommodate, resist, and flounder in times of heightened austerity By: Peter H. Sawchuk

 
 
 

If experienced teachers were supported to be leaders of learning – their own learning, the professional learning of other teachers, and their students’ learning – what would these teacher leaders do and what would be the challenges and benefits? These questions are central to the focus of this report, the Teacher Learning and Leadership Program (TLLP) in Ontario, Canada.

The Teacher Learning and Leadership Program: Research Project and Executive Summary

If experienced teachers were supported to be leaders of learning – their own learning, the professional learning of other teachers, and their students’ learning – what would these teacher leaders do and what would be the challenges and benefits? These questions are central to the focus of this report, the Teacher Learning and Leadership Program (TLLP) in Ontario, Canada.
Carol Campbell, Ann Lieberman, Anna Yashkina

 

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Engaging Children: Creatively and Critically

Global neoliberal policies have resulted in a narrowing of the purpose of creativity in schools to one of developing students as human capital for the global market. Through an interdisciplinary approach, chapter authors in this book challenge this narrow notion and offer both theoretical and research-based support to argue the need for a much broader purpose for creativity in schools.

 

 

2012

Businesses with a Difference: Balancing the Social and the Economic

Businesses with a Difference: Balancing the Social and the Economic

Edited by Laurie Mook, Jack Quarter and Sherida Ryan. University of Toronto. 2012. Building on the popular 2010 collection Researching the Social Economy, Businesses with a Difference explores the challenges and opportunities faced by firms that seek a genuine balance between social and economic objectives.

 

 

 

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Critical Perspectives in Food Studies

Edited by Mustafa Koc, Jennifer Sumner, and Anthony Winson. Bringing together original contributions by Canadian scholars from various disciplinary backgrounds, this collection introduces students to the shifting interpretations, perspectives, challenges, governance issues, and future visions that shape the study of food and food issues in Canada and around the world.

 
 
 
 

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Phone Clones: Authenticity Work in the Transnational Service Economy

In Phone ClonesKiran Mirchandani explores the experiences of the men and women who work in Indian call centers through one hundred interviews with workers in Bangalore, Delhi, and Pune.

 

 

 
 

Canadian University Report

Canadian University Report

OISE higher education professor Tony Chambers provides a different perspective on co-curricular campus activities in It's extracurricular wonderland in Canadian universities, in Canadian University Report 2012, published by The Globe and Mail.

 

 

 

2011

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Inspiring the Future: A New Teacher's Guide to the Law

Written by Nick J. Scarfo and Marvin A. Zuker. A complete and up to date resource dealing with all aspects of the law as it relates to the field of education. It is intended for all new teachers and professionals involved in the teaching profession, either as administrators, educators or legal counsel to elementary or secondary boards or parents with children in the school system. 

 

 

 

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Educating from Marx: Race, Gender and Learning

Edited by Sara Carpenter and Shahrzad Mojab. With the exception of Jane Thompson’s work as an early socialist feminist, a Marxist-Feminist framework has yet to be articulated for adult education. This text combines original empirical studies with literature review from critical adult education and feminist theory to examine the sites, theories, and practices of adult education from a Marxist-Feminist perspective.  

 
 
 

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Brave New Teachers

OISE cultural diversity expert John Portelli published Brave New Teachers, a book about democratic teacher practices in a culturally diverse school system.