Alberta Journal of Educational Research

The Alberta Journal of Educational Research (AJER) is a quarterly journal, published in Canada, devoted to the dissemination, criticism, interpretation, and encouragement of all forms of systematic enquiry into education and fields related to or associated with education.

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Vol 62, No 1 (2016): Spring

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Published on-line 2 September 2016

Table of Contents

Editorial

AJER Editor
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AJER Editor
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AJER Editor
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ARTICLES

Martha Moon, Paul Berger
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1-18
Jill Kiley, Daniel Bruce Robinson
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19-38
Cheryl Poth, Kendra McCallum, Wei Tang
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39-60
Henry W Schulz, Beverly FitzPatrick
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61-86
Heather Anderson, Thomas Falkenberg
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87-109

RESEARCH NOTES

Danielle E. Lorenz
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110-116

BOOK REVIEWS

History's Babel: Scholarship, Professionalization, and the Historical Enterprise in the United States, 1880-1940 (2013) by Robert B. Townsend
Anna Zadora
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117-120
In the Crossfire: Marcus Foster and the Troubled History of American School Reform (2012) by John P. Spencer
Martin Woodside
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121-123
Orienteering Made Simple: An Instructional Handbook. (2004) by Nancy Kelly
Shezan Muhammedi
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124-126
Ready to Learn: Using Play to Build Literacy Skills in Young Learners (2010) by Anne Burke
Geneviève Brisson
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127-129
Fiction as Research Practice: Short Stories, Novellas, and Novels (2013) by Patricia Leavy
Frances Kalu
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130-133