Publications (2007 – 1993)

2007

Friesen, S. Inside an accessible classroom. Research report. Available upon request.

Friesen, S, Martin, J, Johnson-George, J,. (2007). Winning Ways. Education Canada. Canadian Education Association CEA-ACE. 47(2).pp. 27-29. Available: www.cea-ace.ca

Jacobsen, D. M. (2006). Learning Technology In Continuing Professional Development: The Galileo Educational Network. Edwin Mellen Press.

Sutherland, L, Clifford, P. (2007) Scratching an Itch: Some Questions for Parents about Inquiry.

2006

Bastock, M., Gladstone, B., Martin, J. (2006). Inquiry Transforms Learning Environments for Students. The ATA Magazine. Winter 2006. pp.27-29.

Bastock, M. & Jardine, D. (2006). Children’s literacy, the Biblia Pauperum and the wiles of images.Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy. 2(2), 65-69.

Friesen, S., Martin, B., Stabler, L., Thorne, P., Thorne, T., (2006). ‘Dig’ into History; Foothills School Division teachers and students receive national recognition, The CASS Connection, Spring 2006, 39-42. The College of Alberta Superintendents.

Friesen, S. (2006). Teaching math better: Teaching better math. Education Canada, 46(1), pp.6-10. Canadian Education Association.

Jardine, D., Friesen, S. & Clifford, P. (2006). Curriculum in abundance. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates.

2005

Clifford, P., (2005). Cyberkids. Education Canada, Canadian Education Association. 45(2), 14-16.

McKinnon, G., (2005). Glendale Elementary School Study Report, July 2005.

2004

Clifford, P., (2004). Where’s the Beef: Finding Literacy in Computer Literacy. Paper presented at Learning Through Literacy Summer Institute, Toronto, Ontario, Canada: August, 2004.

Clifford, P., Friesen, S. & Lock, J. (2004). Coming to teaching in the 21st century: A research study conducted by the Galileo Educational NetworkFull study and Executive Summary available.

Jacobsen, D. M., Friesen, S., & Clifford, P. (2004). Mentoring Student Teachers Into The Profession: Intentionally Creating a Culture of Inquiry in the Context of Practice. Proceedings of the Association for Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) International Convention, Chicago, Illinois, October 19-23rd.

Jacobsen, D.M. (2004). Community leaders: strategic partnerships through the Galileo Project. Chapter in Trinidad, S. & Pearson, J. (eds). Using Information and Communication Technologies in Education: Leadership, Change and Models of Best Practice (pp. 42 – 62). Hong Kong: Pearson Education Asia.

Jacobsen, D.M., & Gladstone, B. (2004). Educational Reform Meets NetMedia. Mitchell, S., Klinck, P. & Burger, J. (Eds.). Worldwide Partnerships for Schools with Voluntary Organizations, Foundations, Universities, Companies, and Community Councils (pp.33 – 63). Lewiston, New York: The Edwin Mellen Press Ltd.

McKinnon, G. (2004). A study of the Galileo Network/Andrew Sibbald School initiative to promote inquiry-based learning.

Saar, C. (2004). ICT in Sr. High Schools.

2003

Clifford, P. & Friesen, S. (2003). Leadership and the new literacies. Paper presented via videoconference at QUEST Conference.

Clifford, P., Friesen, S. & Jardine, D. (2003). Collaboration in teacher education: Cultivating an inquiry stance. Proceedings of mICTE 2003 Multimedia, Information and Communition Technologies, Badajoz, Spain, December 3-6.

Friesen, S. & Clifford, P. (2003). Working across different spaces to create communities of practice in teacher professional development. Proceedings of mICTE 2003 Multimedia, Information and Communition Technologies, Badajoz, Spain, December 3-6.

Friesen, S. (2003). Numeracy and Beyond: Developing a Mathematical Habit of Mind in K-12. Pi in the Sky: A journal of the Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences.

Jacobsen, D.M. (2003). Building New Bridges: Technology Integration, Engaged Student Learning, and New Models of Professional Development in Foothills School Division. Report presented at the Canadian Association for the Study of Educational Administration (CASEA), as part of CSSE 2003, Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, May 28-31.

Jacobsen, D.M. (2003). The Galileo Educational Network: Helping teachers change their practice. Curriculum Perspectives: Point And Counterpoint, 23(3). Editor, Sue Trinidad. Quarterly Journal of ACSA Online site. Retrieved from http://www.acsa.edu.au/

Jardine, D.W., Friesen, S. & Clifford, P. (2003). “Behind every jewel are three thousand sweating horses”: Meditations on the ontology of mathematics and mathematics education. In Hasebe-Ledt, E. & Hurren, W. (Eds.), Curriculum Intertext: Place/Language/Pedagogy (pp.39-49). New York: Peter Lang

Lock, J.V. (2003). Research Project Report: Developing and Realizing Community within Intelligence Online (io).

2002

Einsiedel Jr, A.A. & Varnhagen, S. (March 2002). Evaluating learning technologies initiatives in continuing professional development. University of Alberta. Human Resources Development Canada Office of Learning Technologies (OLT).

Friesen, S., Clifford, P., Saar C. & Gladstone, B. (2002). Intelligence Online. Global Partnership Summit on Learning, Employability and Citizenship. Washington, DC. November 20-23, 2002.

Friesen, S. (2002). Once more it is time to begin. Paper presented at CLL Lecture Series: Living the Revolution, Calgary, AB.

Friesen, S. & Clifford, P. (2002). The challenge of turning professional development into professional practice. Proceedings E-Learn: World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare and Higher Education. Montreal, CA.

Friesen, S. & Clifford, P. (2002). School choice: In your hands. Paper present at School Choice: Public Education at a Crossroads, Calgary, AB.

Friesen, S., Clifford, P. & Jardine, D. (2002). Ann Linh’s shapes. Paper presented at AERA 2002: Validity and Value in Educational Research, the 83rd Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA: April 1-5, 2002.

Jacobsen, D.M. (in press). Transformational professional development and leadership for technology integration: The Galileo Educational Network. In Trinidad, S. (Ed.). The Next Step: Leadership and Change Models of Best Practice in Using ICT in the Classroom.

Jacobsen, D.M. (2002). Building Different Bridges Two: A Case Study of Transformative Professional Development for Student Learning With Technology. Paper presented at AERA 2002: Validity and Value in Educational Research, the 83rd Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, New Orleans, LA: April 1 – 5. Retrieved from http://www.ucalgary.ca/~dmjacobs/aera/building_bridges_two.html

Jacobsen, M., Clifford, P. & Friesen, S. (2002). Preparing teachers for technology integration: Creating a culture of inquiry in the context of use and teacher educators. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education [Online serial], 2(3). Retrieved from http://www.citejournal.org/vol2/iss3/currentpractice/article2.cfm

Jacobsen, D.M., Clifford, P. & Friesen, S. (2002). New ways of preparing teachers for technology integration: What we did and how we did it. Proceedings Ed-Media World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, 2002.

Jacobsen, D.M., Clifford, P. & Friesen, S. (2002). Transformational leadership and professional development for digitally rich learning environments: A case study of the Galileo Educational Network. Proceedings Ed-Media World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications.

Jacobsen, D.M., Clifford, P. and Friesen S. (2002). Preparing teachers for technology integration: Creating a culture of inquiry in the context of use. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education. [Online serial], 2(3). Visit site. Retrieved from http://www.citejournal.org/vol2/iss3/currentpractice/article2.cfm

Jardine, D., Clifford, P., & Friesen, S. (2002). Back to the basics of teaching and learning: Thinking the world together. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum and Associates.

Jardine, D., Graham, T., Clifford, P., & Friesen, S. (2002). In his own hand: Interpretation and the effacing of the scribe. Language and Literacy, 4,(1). Retrieved from http://educ.queensu.ca/~landl/web/archives/vol41papers/jardine.htm

Lock, J.V. (2002). A Professional Development Initiative Designed to Facilitate the Creation of an Inquiry-based Humanities Project that Integrates Technology.

Lock, J.V. (2002). Laying the Groundwork for the Development of Learning Communities within Online Courses. Quarterly Review of Distance Education, 3(4), 395-408.

2001

Clifford, P. & Friesen, S. (2001). The stewardship of the intellect: Classroom life, educational innovation and technology. In Barrell, B. (Ed.). Issues in the Integration of Technology into Teaching, Learning, and School Culture(s). Calgary: Detselig Enterprises Ltd.

Clifford, P. & Friesen, S. (2001). The Galileo Educational Network: Bringing learning to learners.Proceedings Ed-Media World Conference on Multimedia, Hypermedia and Telecommunications, 2001.

Clifford, P., Friesen, S. & Jacobsen, D.M. (2001). New ways of preparing teachers for technology integration: What we did and how we did it. Proceedings of the Prairie Conference on Women in Science and Engineering, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, October 26-27, 2001. Retrieved from http://www.ucalgary.ca/~dmjacobs/papers/prairie_wise_2001.html

Clifford, P., Friesen, S., & Jardine, D. (2001). Whatever happens to him happens to us: Reading coyote reading the world. Journal of Educational Thought, 35(1), 9-26.

Clifford, P., Friesen, S., & Jardine, D. (2001). The ontology of recursion: Lessons from a child.Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 17(4), 59-66. Retrieved from http://ccaerasig.com/papers/The Ontology of Hope 2001.html

Gladstone, B, & Jacobsen, D.M. (2001). From project within a school to provincial network. In Mitchell, S. (Ed.). Effective Educational Partnerships: Experts, Advocates and Scouts.(pp.43-63). Westport, Conn.: Praeger.

Jacobsen, D.M. (2001). The Galileo Network – Case-specific report executive summary. A Report on the Galileo Network Case Study for the Office of Learning Technologies (OLT) Evaluation Of Learning Technologies Initiatives In Continuing Professional Development (CPD). Principal Investigators: Dr. Bert Einsiedel & Dr. Stanley Varnhagen, University of Alberta.

Jacobsen, D.M. (2001). Building different bridges: Technology integration, engaged student learning, and new approaches to professional development. Retrieved from http://www.ucalgary.ca/~dmjacobs/aera/building_bridges.html

Jardine, D., Clifford, P. & Friesen, S. (2001). The ontology of hope: Lessons from a child. Paper presented at AERA 2001: What We Know and How We Know It, the 82nd Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Seattle, WA: April 10 -14, 2001.

Jardine, D. Friesen, S. & Clifford, P., La Grange, A. (2001). Back to basics: Rethinking what is basic to education through an interpretive study of the work of teachers and students in elementary school classrooms. Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 47(2).

Smith, R. (2001). Final report as Gallagher/Galileo post-doctoral fellowship recipient. Retrieved from http://www.galileo.org/research/publications/literacy.html

2000

Einsiedel, B., Lamble,W., Aherne, M., Downes, S.,Steele, S. Gladstone, B., Liu, L., & Nocente, N. (2000). Experiments in knowledge management in continuous professional development. KNowledge Management: Case Studies in Innovation.

Jardine, D., Clifford, P. & Friesen, S. (2000). Scenes from Calypso’s cave: On globalization and the pedagogical prospects of the gift. Alberta Journal of Educational Research. XLVI (1), 27-36. Retrieved from http://www.education.ualberta.ca/educ/journals/ajer/46files/46(1)files/A2.html

1999

Clifford, P. & Friesen, S. (1999). Awakening in a dark wood. In Neilsen, A. (Ed.). Daily Meaning. British Columbia: Bendall Books.

Friesen, S., Clifford P., & Jardine, D. (1999). Basic betrayals: Middle school mathematics. Dialogues, a publication of the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. 3 (1), 8.

Gladstone, B. & Jacobsen, D.M. (1999). Educational partnerships in Rocky View School Division, Part 1. International Electronic Journal For Leadership in Learning 3,1. Retrieved from http://www.acs.ucalgary.ca/~iejll/volume3/gladstone.html

Jacobsen, D.M. & Gladstone, B. 1999. Educational partnerships in Rocky View School Division, Part 2: Galileo Centre at Banded Peak School. International Electronic Journal For Leadership in Learning. 3,2. Retrieved from http://www.acs.ucalgary.ca/~iejll/volume3/gladstone2.html

Jardine, D., Clifford, P. & Friesen, S. (1999). Standing helpless before the child. Canadian Journal of Education. 24(3), pp.321-326.

1998

Clifford, P., Friesen, S. & Jacobsen, D.M. (1998). An expanded view of literacy: Hypermedia in the middle school. Proceedings of ED-MEDIA and ED-TELECOM 98: World Conference on Educational Multimedia and Hypermedia & World Conference on Educational Telecommunications, Freiburg, Germany, June 20-25. [online]. Retrieved from http://www.galileo.org/research/publications/literacy.html

Clifford, P. & Friesen, S. 1997/1998. Hard fun: Teaching and learning for the 21st century. Focus on Learning II, 1: 8 – 32.

Friesen, S., Clifford, P. & Jardine, D. (1998). Meditations on classroom community, memory and the intergenerational character of mathematical truth. JCT: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Curriculum Studies. 14 (4), 6-11.

1996

Friesen, S. & Stone, M.G. (1996). Great explorations. Applying Research to the Classroom. 14 (2), 6-11. Retrieved from http://www.galileo.org/math/sumtalk/problem.html

1995

Clifford, P. & Friesen, S. (1995). Managing on the twelfth: a curious plan. Reprinted in Shifting histories. Harvard: Harvard Educational Review.

1994

Clifford, P. & Friesen, S. (1994). Managing on the twelfth: a curious plan. Reprinted in Transforming schools from within. Harvard: Harvard Educational Review.

1993

Clifford, P. & Friesen, S. 1993. A curious plan: Managing on the twelfth. Harvard Educational Review 63, 3: 339-358.

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