Canada Research Centre on Inclusive Education

Selected Current Publications

Please note: Faculty team members' names appear in bold type; graduate students' names are underlined.


Professional Education and Teaching

Aylward, M. L. (2016).Inclusive Post-Secondary Education Programs in Canada: Student Voices. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, 16,(S1), 899–890.

Aylward, M.L. & Bruce, C. (under contract, Fall 2016). Being somebody: Inclusive postsecondary education programs within a disabilities studies framework. In M.J. Harkins and S. Singer (Eds.), Voices from the margins: Conversations about schooling, social justice and diversity. Toronto: Canadian Scholars’ Press.

Calder Stegemann, K., & Roberts, W. L. (2016). Teaching across the grades: Dispositions of ideally competent teachers. The New Educator.  doi: 10.1080/1547688X.2015.1063178

Calder Stegemann, K. (2016). Learning disabilities in Canada. Learning Disabilities: A Contemporary Journal, 14(1), 53-62.

de Lugt, J., & Hutchinson, N. (2017). Unpacking the relationship between learning to read and mental health: using an ethnographic case study approach. In A. P. Costa, L. P. Reis, F. Neiri de Sousa et al. (Eds.),  Computer Supported Qualitative Research, (Vol. 71), (pp. 95-103). Switzerland: Springer.

Freeman, J. G. (2016). An innovative approach for addressing inclusion with teacher candidates. Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs, 16(S1), 895-896.

Leblanc, M., Guay, Prud’homme, L., AuCoin, A., Guay, M. H., Mainardi, M. & Forest, N. (2016). Le formateur en enseignement face aux défis de l’école inclusive: Pistes de réflexion et d’action/ The instructor in teaching the challenges of the inclusive school: Avenues of reflection and action. Dans/In Prud’homme, L., Duchesne, H. et Bonvin, P. et Vienneau, R. (dir./Eds.), L’inclusion scolaire : ses fondements, ses acteurs et ses pratiques/Inclusive education: Its foundations, its actors and its practices (pp. 103-115). Bruxelles Belgique: De Boeck Supérieur.

Loreman, T., McGhie-Richmond, D., Kolopayvea, A., et al. (2016). A Canada-Ukraine collaborative initiative for inclusive education in Ukraine: Participant perspectives. School Effectiveness and School Improvement, 27(1), 24-44. doi: 10.1080/09243453.2015.1018912.

Maich, K. & Hall, C. (2016).  Autism spectrum disorders in the Ontario context: An introduction.  Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press, Inc. [352 pages]

Maich, K., Levine, D., & Hall, C. (2016). Applied behaviour analysis: 50 case studies in home, school, and community settings. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science & Business Media. [461 pages]

Maich, K., Levine, D., & Hall, C. (2016). Applied behaviour analysis: 50 case studies in home, school, and community settings. Cham, Switzerland: Springer Science & Business Media. [461 pages]

Maich, K., Sider, S., & Davies, A. (November 2016). Using classroom-based visual strategies with the needs of all students in mind. Education Canada. Retrieved from http://www.cea-ace.ca/education-canada/article/now-i-see

Whitley, J., & Gooderham, S. (2016). Exploring Mental Health Literacy Among Pre-Service Teachers. Exceptionality Education International, 26, 62-92. Retrieved from http://ir.lib.uwo.ca/eei/vol26/iss2/5

Specht, J., McGhie-Richmond, D., Loreman, T., Mirenda, P., Bennett, S., Gallagher, T., Young, G., Metsala, J., Aylward, L., Katz, J., Lyons, W., Thompson, S., & Cloutier, S. (2016). Teaching in inclusive classrooms: Efficacy and beliefs of Canadian preservice teachers. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 20(1), 1-15. doi: 0.1080/13603116.2015.1059501 

Young, G. (2016, February). Assistive technology: Tools and services to support education, participation, and inclusion. Education Watch, National Inclusive Education Month Commentary #7. Retrievable from https://inclusiveeducation.ca/2016/02/09/7-assistive-technology-tools-and-services-to-support-education-participation-and-inclusion-by-gabrielle-young-phd/

Socio-cultural Inclusion

AuCoin, A., Leblanc, M., & Vigneau, A. (2016). Lever de rideau sur les différences: prémices d’un projet théâtral avec des jeunes de 15 à 18/ The curtain rises on the differences: beginnings of a theatrical project with young people aged 15 to 18 years. Dans/In N. Bélanger et M. Paré (dir./Eds.), Numéro thématique sur les droits de l’enfant au service de l’éducation/Thematic issue on the rights of the child in the service of education. Revue d’éducation/Education Review, 5(1), 24-28. http://education.uottawa.ca/sites/education.uottawa.ca/files/uott_reveduc_printemps_2016_05_acc.pdf

Maich, K., Belcher, C., Sider, S., & Johnson, N. (2016). Using children's literature to support social-emotional growth in the classroom: A biblio-therapeutic approach to education about chronic disease. In Psychology and Mental Health: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Marshall, E.A., Butler, K., Roche, T., Cumming, J., & Taknint, J.T. (2016). Refugee youth: A review of mental health counselling issues and practices. Canadian Psychology, 37 (3), 309-319.

Marshall, E.A., Williams, L., Emerson, L., Antoine, A., MacDougall, C., & Peterson, R.  (2016). A’tola’nw. Indigenous-centred learning in a counselling graduate program. In S. Stewart, R. Moodley, & A. Hyatt (Eds), Indigenous cultures and mental health counselling. Four directions for integration with counseling psychology.  Routledge.

Metsala, J.L., Galway, T.M., Ishaik, G.  & Barton, V. (2016). Emotion knowledge, emotion regulation and psychosocial-adjustment in children with nonverbal learning disabilities. Child Neuropsychology.     doi: 10.1080/09297049.2016.1205012  

Sider, S. & Fegan, R. (2016). Reworking global engagement experiences: lessons learned from Haiti and El Salvador. A world of learning: Canada’s performance and potential in international education. Canadian Bureau for International Education.

Policy and School Leadership

Bennett, S., & Gallagher, T. (2015). A Canadian perspective on the inclusion of students with intellectual disabilities in high schools. In R. Craven, A. Morin, P. Parker & D. Tracey (Eds.), Inclusive education for students with intellectual disabilities. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Jean-Marie, G., Sider, S. & Desir, C. (Eds.). (2015).  Comparative international perspectives on education and social change in developing countries and indigenous peoples in developed countries. Book Series: International Advances in Education: Global Initiatives for Equity and Social Justice. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Loreman, T., McGhie-Richmond, D., Cizman, J., Lupart, J., Irvine, A., McGarva, R., Craig, S., Sharma, U. (2015). A Canadian collaboration on inclusive education: Reflections on a six-year partnership. Desenvolve: Revista de Gestao do Unilasalle, Canoas, 4(3), 33-52.

Sider, S., Jean-Marie, G., & Desir, C. (2015). Leadership for social capital and change: Examples from Haiti. In G. Jean-Marie, S. Sider, & C. Desir (Eds.), Comparative international perspectives on education and social change in developing countries and indigenous peoples in developed countries (pp. 83-101). Book Series: International Advances in Education: Global Initiatives for Equity and Social Justice. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Thompson, S. A., Lyons, W., & Timmons, V. (2015). Inclusive education policy: what the leadership of Canadian teacher associations has to say about it. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 19(2), 121-140.