A Primer for Doing Teacher Action Research: Teachers as Bricoleurs

by Jim Parsons

Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Education, University of Alberta


Educational Research as Flourishing: Contributing to a Pipeline of Wellbeing

by Sabre Cherkowski and Keith Walker

Sabre Cherkowski is an associate professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of British Columbia's Okanagan campus. She teaches and researches in the areas of leadership in learning communities, professional development and collaboration, mentoring and coaching, and diversity and education. She brings her experiences as a teacher, coach, and parent to her passion for exploring flourishing in educational contexts.


A Call to Personal Research: Indigenizing Your Curriculum

 by Adrienne Castellon, EdD

Assistant Professor and Stream Director for Masters of Educational Leadership, Trinity Western University


Building reliable and valid teacher research questionnaires

By Ulas Kayapinar, PhD

Liberal Arts Department, American University of the Middle East, Kuwait


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


VIDEO: The Importance of Teacher Research and Collaboration

Featuring Stephen Murgatroyd and Andy Hargreaves


Reframing the Puzzle: Collaborating for Multi-Literacy Instruction


Kurtis Hewson
Faculty of Education,  University of Lethbridge