SFU Educational Review acknowledges the Coast Salish People on whose
traditional territories we are privileged to live, work and play.
LETTER FROM THE EDITOR
The Materiality of the Pedagogical Encounter: Implication of an Actor-Network Theory Educational Analysis
The Benefits and Challenges of Analogical Comparison in Learning and Transfer: Can Self-Explanation Scaffold Analogy in the Process of Learning?
Diaspora through Identity Texts: A Tri-Autoethnography from the Perspective of Three Educators Negotiating Identity and Language in various Diasporic Communities in Canada
Lifelong Learning: Applying Cognitive Load Theory to Elder Learners Suffering from Age-Related Cognitive Decline
Teacher Experience with Autistic Students and the Relationship with Teacher Self-Efficacy: Outcomes for Inclusive Education
Mindfulness in Western Contexts Perpetuates Oppressive Realities for Minority Cultures: The Consequences of Cultural Appropriation
Volume 10 (2), (2017)
Is This Business or Education? When Education Becomes a Commodity
Faatimah M. Murad
Dr. Kelleen Toohey Research Program