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Beyond the Academic Gateway

Looking back on the Tenure-Track Journey

by Timothy Sibbald; Victoria Handford, contributions by Sarah Pickett; Cecile Badenhorst; Joan Chambers; Frank Deer; Lloyd Kornelsen; Onowa McIvor; Heather McLeod; Peter Milley; Greg Ogilvie; Sharon Penney; Gregory Rickwood; Sylvia Moore; Maria del Carmen Rodriguez; Margarida Romero; Patricia Rosborough; Manu Sharma; Kathy Snow; Lyle Hamm; Cam Cobb; Lee Anne Block & Gabrielle Young

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What are the experiences of academics around the time they earn tenure? This book explores the experiences of a collection of authors from universities across Canada. The experiences are, doubtlessly, representative of the academy, and bring a wealth of insight for graduate students (and prospective students), professors, and administrators.

About the Authors

Timothy Sibbald

is a tenure-track professor with the Schulich School of Education at Nipissing University. His transition from secondary education to the school of education built on many prior experiences, but also posed unique challenges that inspired the idea for this volume.

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Timothy Sibbald

is a tenure-track professor with the Schulich School of Education at Nipissing University. His transition from secondary education to the school of education built on many prior experiences, but also posed unique challenges that inspired the idea for this volume.

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Cecile Badenhorst is Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Education in the Adult/Post-Secondary programs at Memorial University. She teaches courses on academic literacies and adult teaching. She has published three books in this area: Research Writing (2007), Dissertation Writing (2008), and Productive Writing (2010).
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Joan M. Chambers is a professor in the Faculty of Education at Lakehead University. She teaches elementary science and environmental education to teacher candidates in the BEd program. In the graduate program, Joan teaches introductory and qualitative research-methods courses; science, technology, society, and environment (STSE); and science curriculum.
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Joan M. Chambers is a professor in the Faculty of Education at Lakehead University. She teaches elementary science and environmental education to teacher candidates in the BEd program. In the graduate program, Joan teaches introductory and qualitative research-methods courses; science, technology, society, and environment (STSE); and science curriculum.
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Lloyd Kornelsen has worked in the field of education for the past 28 years, primarily as a high-school social-studies teacher. His recently published book, Stories of transformation: Memories of a global citizenship practicum, is based on research for which he was awarded the Manitoba Education Research Network award for outstanding achievement in education research. Currently, Lloyd is as a member of the Faculty of Education and Director of the Global Education Project at the University of Winnipeg.
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Lloyd Kornelsen has worked in the field of education for the past 28 years, primarily as a high-school social-studies teacher. His recently published book, Stories of transformation: Memories of a global citizenship practicum, is based on research for which he was awarded the Manitoba Education Research Network award for outstanding achievement in education research. Currently, Lloyd is as a member of the Faculty of Education and Director of the Global Education Project at the University of Winnipeg.
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Lloyd Kornelsen has worked in the field of education for the past 28 years, primarily as a high-school social-studies teacher. His recently published book, Stories of transformation: Memories of a global citizenship practicum, is based on research for which he was awarded the Manitoba Education Research Network award for outstanding achievement in education research. Currently, Lloyd is as a member of the Faculty of Education and Director of the Global Education Project at the University of Winnipeg.
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Victoria Handford

is a tenure-track professor with the School of Education at Thompson Rivers University. She has spent her career in multiple roles in public education at the local level.

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Victoria Handford

is a tenure-track professor with the School of Education at Thompson Rivers University. She has spent her career in multiple roles in public education at the local level.

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Victoria Handford

is a tenure-track professor with the School of Education at Thompson Rivers University. She has spent her career in multiple roles in public education at the local level.

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Victoria Handford

is a tenure-track professor with the School of Education at Thompson Rivers University. She has spent her career in multiple roles in public education at the local level.

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Victoria Handford

is a tenure-track professor with the School of Education at Thompson Rivers University. She has spent her career in multiple roles in public education at the local level.

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Victoria Handford

is a tenure-track professor with the School of Education at Thompson Rivers University. She has spent her career in multiple roles in public education at the local level.

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Victoria Handford

is a tenure-track professor with the School of Education at Thompson Rivers University. She has spent her career in multiple roles in public education at the local level.

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Victoria Handford

is a tenure-track professor with the School of Education at Thompson Rivers University. She has spent her career in multiple roles in public education at the local level.

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Victoria Handford

is a tenure-track professor with the School of Education at Thompson Rivers University. She has spent her career in multiple roles in public education at the local level.

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Victoria Handford

is a tenure-track professor with the School of Education at Thompson Rivers University. She has spent her career in multiple roles in public education at the local level.

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Victoria Handford

is a tenure-track professor with the School of Education at Thompson Rivers University. She has spent her career in multiple roles in public education at the local level.

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Lyle Hamm is an Assistant Professor in Educational Administration and Leadership at the University of New Brunswick. He teaches face-to-face, online, and blended pedagogy courses in teacher supervision, educational theory, school culture, leadership theory and leadership in culturally diverse schools. His research, broadly speaking, focuses on the impact of demographic change on teachers, students, administrators, schools, and community members. In 2015, he was presented with the Allan P. Stuart Award for Excellence in Teaching at UNB.
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Cam Cobb teaches in the Faculty of Education and Academic Development at the University of Windsor. His research focuses on such topics as social-justice issues in special education, co-teaching in adult-learning contexts, and narrative pedagogy in the arts.
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Lee Anne Block is a teacher educator at the University of Winnipeg. Her research and teaching are focused on how we name and engage with difference in educational locations and on cultural sustainability. She recently completed Gandhi, Globalization and Earth Democracy, a course on sustainability with Vandana Shiva, in residence at Navdanya, India. For twenty years, she was a classroom teacher in Winnipeg.
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Lee Anne Block is a teacher educator at the University of Winnipeg. Her research and teaching are focused on how we name and engage with difference in educational locations and on cultural sustainability. She recently completed Gandhi, Globalization and Earth Democracy, a course on sustainability with Vandana Shiva, in residence at Navdanya, India. For twenty years, she was a classroom teacher in Winnipeg.
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