Here is where I’ll keep a master list of all the references I cite in my blog posts. See also the ‘Links’ page for general links to online resources.

Association of Universities and Colleges of Canada. (2011). Trends in higher education: Volume 1 – Enrolment. Ottawa: AUCC. Retrieved from

Crowe, A., Dirks, C., Wenderoth, M. P. (2008). Biology in bloom: Implementing Bloom’s Taxonomy to enhance student learning in biology. CBE Life Sciences Education, 7(4), 368-381. doi: 10.1187/cbe.08-05-0024

Davis, L. M., Bozick, R., Steele, J. L., Saunders, J., & Miles, J. N. V. (2013). Evaluating the effectiveness of correctional education: A meta-analysis of programs that provide education to incarcerated adults. Santa Monica, CA: RAND. Retrieved from

Eison, J. (2010). Using active learning instructional strategies to create excitement and enhance learning [PDF document]. Retrieved from:

Himmel, J., Short, D. J., Richards, C., Echevarria, J. (2009) Using the SIOP model to improve middle school science instruction [PDF document]. Retrieved from

Jandt, F. E. (2004) An introduction to intercultural education: identities in a global community (4th ed.). Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

Kelly, R. (editor). (2011). Educational assessment: Designing a system for more meaningful results [PDF document]. Available from

Kelly, R. (editor). (n.d.). Put to the test: Making sense of educational assessment [PDF document]. Available from

Kerka, S. (1995). Prison Literacy Programs. ERIC Digest, 159, ED383859. Retrieved from

Klein, S., Benjamin, R., Shavelson, R., & Bolus, R. (2007). The collegiate learning assessment: Facts and fantasies. Evaluation Review, 31, 415-439. doi: 10.1177/0193841X07303318.

Regehr, C. (2013). Trends in higher education in Canada and implications for social work education. Social Work Education: The International Journal, 32(6), 700-714. doi: 10.1080/02615479.2013.785798.

Spangenberg, G. (2004). Current issues in correctional education: A compilation and discussion. Washington, DC: Council for Advancement of Adult Literacy. Retrieved from

Steurer, S. J., & Smith, L. G. (2003). Education reduces crime: Three-state recidivism study – Executive summary. Elkridge, MD: Correctional Education Association. Retrieved from

Vacca, J. S. (2004). Educated prisoners are less likely to return to prison. The Journal of Correctional Education, 55(4), 297-305. Retrieved from

Warner, K. (1998). The “prisoners are people” perspective – and the problems of promoting learning where this outlook is rejected. The Journal of Correctional Eduction, 49(3), 118-132. Retrieved from

Weimer, M. (editor). (2006). 10 effective classroom management techniques every faculty member should know [PDF document]. Available from

Willingham, D. (2013, Dec. 17). General format. Retrieved from

Wright, R. L. (2004). You were hired to teach! Ideological struggle, education, and teacher burnout at the new prison for women. The Qualitative Report, 9(4), 630-651. Retrieved from

Wright, R. (2005) Going to teach in prisons: culture shock. The Journal of Correctional Education, 56(1), 19-38. Retrieved from

Zaro, D. (2007). Teaching strategies for the self-actualized correctional educator: The inside person vs. the outside person. The Journal of Correctional Education, 58(1), 27-44. Retrieved from


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