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Patrick Howard
Associate Professor, Education
Education, School of Professional Studies
902.563.1300

http://www.patrickhoward.ca
Office: L138

Research Contributions (2008-2014)   

    Howard, P. (2014).  Affinity spaces and ecologies of practice:  Digital composing processes of pre-service English teachers.  Language   and Literacy:  A Canadian e-journal, 16 (1).

    Howard, P. & Howard, J. (2013).  Fighting the flu – Fighting the fear:  Teachers and infection control.  CAP Journal:  Journal of the Canadian Association of Principals.  Summer.

    Howard, P.  (2013).  Educating the imagination:  Teaching for sustainability through a bio-regional literacy curriculum.  Journal of Education for Sustainable Development , 6(2). 

    Howard, P.  (2013).  ” Everywhere you go always take the weather with you:  Phenomenology and the pedagogy of climate change education.”  Phenomenology and Practice (8). 

    Howard, P.  (2012).  Who will teach the teachers?  Re-orienting teacher education the the values of sustainability.  In K. Partels & K. Parker (Eds.)  Teaching sustainably and sustainable teaching in higher education.  Sterling, VA:  Stylus Publishing.

    Howard, P. & Howard, J.  (2012).  Pedagogy and pandemic:   Elementary teachers’ experience of the H1N1 influenza in the classroom. Phenomenology and Practice (6). 

    Howard, P.  (2012).  How literature works:  Poetry and the phenomenology of reader response.  N. Friesen, T. Saevi, & C. Henriksson (Eds.).  Hermenutic phenomenology in education:  Method and practice.  Sense Publishers.

    Howard, P.  (2011).  Living as textual animals:  Curriculum, sustainability and the inherency of language.   Journal of the Canadian Association of Curriculum Studies, 9 (1), 83-114.

    Howard, P.  (2010).  How literature works:  Poetry and the phenomenology of reader response.  Phenomenology and Practice, 4.          
    Howard, P.  (2010).  Pedagogy and the poetic:  Nurturing ecological sensibility through language and literature.  Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 15. 

    Howard, P.  (2008).  Ecology, phenomenology and culture:  Developing a language for sustainability. Diaspora, Indigenous and Minority Education, 2 (4), 302-308.

    Other Refereed Contributions

    Digital citizenship in online affinity spaces:  The promise and the peril.  8th International Technology, Education and Development Conference (INTED 2014). Valencia, Spain 4-6th March, 2014.

    Affinity spaces and ecologies of practice:  Infusing new literacies into teacher education.  World Social Science Forum.  Montreal,Canada  13-15th October, 2013.

    “Everywhere you go always take the weather with you”:  Phenomenology and the pedagogy of climate change education.  International Human Sciences Research Conference (IHSRC 2013). Aalborg, Denmark 13-16th August 2013.

    Understanding the digital composing  processes of pre-service Language arts and literacy teachers.  7th International Technology, Education and Development Conference (INTED 2014).  Valencia, Spain 4-6th March, 2014. 

    Educating the imagination:  Bioregional literature for the values of sustainability.  Reorienting teacher education to address sustainability. 7th Biennial Meeting of the International Network of Teacher Education Institutions.  York University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, 16- 20th May, 2012.

    Finding a language for sustainability:  Children and bio-regional poetry.  Literature and Environmental Conversation Conference:  Trinity College, University of Dublin, Dublin, Ireland,  2-4th September, 2011.

    Language, Literature and ecological education.  Paper presented as part of the panel Curricular responses in a time of mass extinction:  Sustainability strategies from across the curriculum.  CSSE Conference,  University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick, 29 May- 5 June, 2011. 

    Frost paints the pane (Paints the pain):  Children and the promise of bio-regional poetry.  Paper presented at the Association for Literature, Environment and Culture in Canada (ALECC) Conference, Cape Breton University, Sydney, Nova Scotia, 2010. 

    In search of a living literacy:  Language, literacy and ecological education.  Paper presented at the Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE) Conference,  Concordia University,  Montreal QC., 2010. 

    Non-Refereed Contributions

    Howard, P.  (2010).  A review of Adrift on the Ark:  Our Connection to the Natural World by Margaret Thompson.  The Goose:  A Journal of Literature, Environment and Culture in Canada (7).

    Howard, P.  (2008).  Honouring youth:  Celebrating student success.  The Bulletin.  Newfoundland and Labrador Teachers’ Association, 8 (15).   

    Howard, P.  (2008).  “Leaning into the light.”  A review of Living Away from Blessings by Carina Henriksson.  Phenomenology and Practice (electronic version).