1Feb

How to write an article for The Canadian Journal for Teacher Research (CJTR) from your graduate work


By Jim Parsons, Executive Editor

The Canadian Journal for Teacher Research

23Dec

VIDEO: Teachers As Researchers

Featuring JC Couture and Jim Parsons

12Dec

Uplifting the Teaching Profession

By Jim Parsons and Dennis Shirley

The piles of contradictory research available about education today can be baffling. Some days, we feel we have no choice but to just throw up our hands in despair. How shall these conflicts be sorted out? Foundationally, we believe no sorting out will occur without teachers in the room. Teachers know much that often doesn’t find its way into policy. Here’s one thing we know. The task of including teachers in policy building is crucial because the conditions under which teachers work cannot be removed from their abilities to help students learn. This begs the question: What do teachers need to do their work well?