Recommended Articles

“Together We’re Smarter: Collaborative and Community Based Pedagogies in the Humanities.” 2018 Herbert and Leota Tucker talk by Andrew Wilson

The Herbert and Leota Tucker Award is Mount Allison University’s highest teaching award. Read Andrew Wilson’s lecture on community, collaboration and pedagogy.

Read the lecture here.


Journal of Experiential Education

The Journal of Experiential Education (JEE) is an international, peer-reviewed journal publishing refereed articles on experiential education in diverse contexts. The JEE provides a forum for the empirical and theoretical study of issues concerning experiential learning, program management and policies, educational, developmental, and health outcomes, teaching and facilitation, and research methodology. The JEE is a publication of the Association for Experiential Education. This journal is a member of COPE.

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Flexible Classrooms: Research is Scarce, but Promising.

An ambitious study of 153 classrooms in the United Kingdom provides the best evidence that flexible spaces can boost academic performance.

By Stephen Merrill

From Edutopia: George Lucas Educational Foundation / Read Full Article


Implementing a Made-in-New Brunswick Outdoor Environmental Education Program: A Case Study of Salem Elementary School

This paper argues, using a New Brunswick-based case study, that outdoor learning facilities and environmental education at our schools can combat the detrimental effects of NDD. Salem Elementary School in Sackville, New Brunswick, is used as a case study. The paper also offers recommendations for schools wishing to develop their own outdoor education program and for the Department of Education and faculties of education.

By Natalie Y. Gillis, Brock University

From Journal of New Brunswick Studies, Issue 7, No. 1 (2016) / Read Full Article


Place-Conscious Pedagogy and Sackville, New Brunswick, as a Learning Community

This case study investigates the delivery of Place Matters, a week-long intensive program delivered in Atlantic Canada, at Mount Allison University, that attempts to develop students’ sense of place within the university and surrounding community.

By Erik W. Fraser, Dalhousie University

From Journal of New Brunswick Studies, Issue 7, No. 1 (2016) / Read Full Article