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 59, No 3 (2013): Fall

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African Indigenous Proverbs and the Question of Youth Violence: Making the Case for the Use of the Teachings of Igbo of Nigeria and Kiembu of Kenya Proverbs for Youth Character and Moral Education PDF
George Sefa Dei 344-362
School Engagement among Youth in Canadian Forces Families: A Comparative Analysis PDF
Karen Robson, Patrizia Albanese, Deborah Harrison, Chris Sanders 363-381
Trust Me, Principal, or Burn Out! The Relationship Between Principals’ Burnout and Trust in Students and Parents PDF
Niyazi Ozer 382-400
University Students’ and Instructors’ Paraphrasing and Citation Knowledge and Practices PDF
Krista Schwabl, Marian J. Rossiter, Marilyn L. Abbott 401-419
Measuring Practicing and Prospective Elementary Teachers’ Efficacy for Classroom Management: A Preliminary Development and Validation Study PDF
S. Michael Putman 420-441
Didactical Positions and Teacher Collaboration: Teamwork between Possibilities and Frustrations PDF
Lars Frode Frederiksen, Steen Beck 442-461
Distance Students as Virtual Migrants: A Case Study from Atlantic Canada PDF
Melanie Jennifer Greene, Dale Kirby 462-486
Teachers' Reported Utilization of Reading Disabilities Research PDF
Katherine Davidson 487-502
Academic Achievement in Effective Schools PDF
Marc Basque, Yamina Bouchamma 503-519


Social Studies as New Literacies in a Global Society: Relational Cosmopolitanism in the Classroom PDF
Rebecca Glasgow Williams Mueller 520-524
An Autothenographic Approach to Reviewing Duoethnography PDF
Hilary Ann Brown 525-528
Indian Control of Indian Education at 40: Assessment of First Nations Education Policy in the Post-control Era PDF
Jonathan David Anuik 529-534


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