The Canadian Journal for New Scholars in Education/ Revue canadienne des jeunes chercheures et chercheurs en éducation (CJNSE/RCJCÉ) is an open access, non-blind, peer-reviewed journal published by graduate students for the dissemination of works by graduate students at Canadian universities. We are bilingual in keeping with Canada’s two official languages, and we honour multiple cultures. We believe in providing a space for students’ voices through scholarly writing and networking.

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CJNSE seeking junior copy editor

This is a call for CVs of those graduate students interested in acting as junior copy editors. The journal is seeking a graduate student with some experience with academic writing for publication, including as a copy editor (focus on academic writing style and formatting). Preference will be given to multilingual graduate students whose mother tongue is one other than English. A short note expressing interest with an attached CV should be sent to the CJNSE editor James Corcoran at cjnse.rcjce.journal@gmail.com  
Posted: 2015-03-06

Fall 2015 Special Issue Call for Submissions: Language, Identity, and Diversity in Education


This is a call for submissions for a Fall 2015 special issue of the Canadian Journal for New Scholars in Education. This special issue is broadly dedicated to issues surrounding language, identity, and diversity in Education and will be guest co-edited by the journal’s newest faculty advisory editor, Dr. Antoinette Gagné. The CJNSE welcomes and encourages submissions describing original (MA or PhD) research but may also accept position papers and book reviews from new scholars (see journal website for author submission guidelines). Submissions are welcomed in our journal’s two official languages, English and French. Submissions will be accepted starting immediately with a deadline of June 21st, 2015. Submissions will go through our journal’s extensive peer-review and editing process. Questions and queries may be sent to CJNSE editor James Corcoran (English) at cjnse.rcjce.journal@gmail.com or Nancy Allen (French) at directricesrcjce@hotmail.com

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Évaluateurs et évaluatrices d'articles recherché-es

La direction du volet francophone est à la recherche de bénévoles désirant s’impliquer activement à titre d’arbitre pour les articles qu’elle reçoit.  
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Vol 5, No 3 (2014)

Table of Contents


Editorial PDF
James Corcoran, Kirk Perris
Éditorial PDF
Nancy Allen

Research Study/Recherche

Teacher-youth inter-informant agreement on the Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire (SDQ) in a community sample of refugee and immigrant adolescents in Montreal PDF
Naomi Grenier, Tonje J. Persson, Cécile Rousseau
Teacher-Driven Professional Learning as a Vehicle for Teacher Leadership: A Qualitative Study of Participant Leadership roles in Ontario’s Teacher Learning and Leadership Program PDF
Pamela Janie Osmond
The Influence of one School District's Policies, Practices, and Ethos in Hiring Women as Principals PDF
Ingrid Mara Robinson
Les récits de lecteurs de six jeunes non engagés en lecture : des expériences diversifiées. PDF
Viviane Boucher, Catherine Turcotte
Estime de soi en phase d’insertion professionnelle : Regard sur la réalité des nouvelles enseignantes PDF
Marie-Andrée Pelletier

Position Paper/Essai

Building Inclusive Schools: Can Conformity be Equitable? PDF
Michael Ross
Negotiating Notions of Self, Culture, and Curriculum throughout Graduate School: One Student’s Reflexive Explorations PDF
Christina Skorobohacz
Informing Education Research and the Praxis of Leadership through the use of Autoethnography and Phenomenology PDF
Lisa J Starr

Literature Review/Revue de la documentation

Recension des écrits portant sur les problématiques de rôle chez les personnes exerçant la fonction de coordonnateur départemental PDF
Alain Huot

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Update January 2015