Recommended Reading and Websites 

Armstrong, T. (2009). Multiple Intelligences in the Classroom: Alexandria VA: ASCD 

Bennett, B. & Rolheiser, C. (2001). Beyond Monet: The artful science of instructional integration. Toronto, ON: Bookation. 

Bennett, B. & Smilanich, P. (1994). Classroom Management: A thinking and caring approach. Ajax, ON: Bookation. 

Bennett, B. & Smilanich, P. (1991). Cooperative learning: Where heart meets mind. Ajax, ON: Bookation. 

Bradbury Huang, Hilary (2010). What is good action research? Why the insurgent interest? Sage Journal Vol. 8(1): 93-109. 

Capacity Building Series (2013) Student Voice: Transforming Relationships. 

Centre for Teaching Support and Innovation 

Culturally Responsive Pedagogy: Towards Equity and Inclusivity in Ontario Schools (2013). Capacity Building Series: Ministry of Education. (posted in BB) 

EduGAINS HYPERLINK “”, Planning Assessment, Planning Instruction 

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

Gibbs, J. (2006). Reaching all by creating Tribes learning communities. Windsor, California: Center Source Systems. 

Goleman, D. (1997). Emotional Intelligence: Why it matters more than IQ. New York NY: Bantam 

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. 

Lundy Kathy Gould (2004). What do I do about the kid who…? 50 ways to turn teaching into learning. Pembroke Publishers. 

Noddings, N. (2008, February). All our students thinking. Educational Leadership, 65(5) (on BB) U of T Library 

Orr, David. (1991). What is education for? Six myths about the foundations of modern education and six new principles to replace them. The Learning Revolution, Winter 1991, (p. 52-57) 

Parsons, J & Taylor, L (2011). Student Engagement: What do we know and what should we do? University Partners, UofA. 

Potapchuk, M. (2001). Steps toward an inclusive community. Washington, DC: Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies. 

Sagor, R. (2015). Introduction to Action Research. In the Action Research Guidebook: A Four-Stage Process for Educators and School Teams. Concord: Corwin. 

Sagor, R. (2015). Turning Findings into Action Plans. In the Action Research Guidebook: A Four-Stage Process for Educators and School Teams. Concord: Corwin. 

Schwartz, S. & Pollishuke, M. (2017) Creating the Dynamic Classroom: A Handbook for Teachers 3rd Edition: Toronto ON: Pearson Teach Ontario 

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 

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. 

Teach Ontario 

TED Talk: Sir Ken Robinson – How schools kill creativity 

Toulouse, P. (2008). Integrating Aboriginal Teaching and Values into the Classroom. Research Monograph #11. What Works? Research into Practice. Toronto: Literacy and Numeracy Secretariat and Ontario Association Deans of Education. 

Wolk, S. (2008). Joy in School. Educational Leadership, 66(1), 8-14 (on BB). 

MEd Monograph on Intersection of Equity, Achievement and Well-Being 


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