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Publications

Books

Chong, E.K., Epstein, T., Davies, I., Peck, C. L., Peterson, A., Ross, A., Schmidt, M., Sears, A., & Sonu, D. (2015). Education, globalization and the nation. London, UK: Palgrave MacMillan.

Clark, A. & Peck, C. L. (Eds.) (forthcoming 2017). Contemplating Historical Consciousness: Notes from the Field. New York, NY: Berghahn Books.

Davies, I., Ho, L., Kiwan, Dina, Peck, C. L., Peterson, A, Sant, E., & Waghid, Y. (Eds.) (forthcoming 2017). The Palgrave Handbook of Global Citizenship and Education. London, UK: Palgrave MacMillan.

Epstein, T. & Peck, C. L. (Eds.) (forthcoming 2017). Teaching and Learning Difficult Histories in International Contexts: A Critical Sociocultural Approach. New York, NY: Routledge.

Harding, C., & Peck, C. L. (2013). Canada and the World. Oakville, ON: Rubicon Publishing, 32 pp. [Social Studies textbook designed for English Language Learners]

Peck, C. L., & Harding, C. (2013). Active Citizenship. Oakville, ON: Rubicon Publishing, 32 pp. [Social Studies textbook designed for English Language Learners]

Journal Articles

Sears, A., Peck, C.L., & Herriot, L. (2014). “We’re here to teach democracy not practise it.” The missed potential of schools as democratic spaces. One World in Dialogue, 3(1).

Peck, C.L., & Sears, A. (Eds.) (2012). History and Citizenship Education: International Perspectives and Promising New Directions (Special Theme Issue). Citizenship Teaching and Learning, 7(2). doi: 10.1386/ctl.7.2.115_7

Seixas, P., Peck, C. L., & Poyntz, S. (2011). “But we didn’t live in those times”: Canadian students negotiate past and present in a time of war. Education as Change, 15(1), 47-62.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/16823206.2010.543089

Peck, C. L. (2010). “It’s not like [I’m] Chinese and Canadian. I am in between”: Ethnicity and students’ conceptions of historical significance. Theory and Research in Social Education, 38(4), 574-617. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00933104.2010.10473440 

Peck, C. L., Thompson, L. A., Chareka, O., Joshee, R., & Sears, A. (2010). From getting along to democratic engagement: Moving toward deep diversity in citizenship education. Citizenship Teaching and Learning, 6(1), 61-75. doi: 10.1386/ctl.6.1.61_1

Peck, C. (2009). Peering through a kaleidoscope: Identity, historical understanding and citizenship in Canada. Citizenship Teaching and Learning, 5 (2), 1-15.

Peck, C., Sears, A., & Donaldson, S. (2008). Unreached and Unreasonable: Curriculum Standards and Children’s Understanding of Ethnic Diversity in Canada. Curriculum Inquiry, 38 (1), 63-92.

Peck, C., & Seixas, P. (2008). Benchmarks of Historical Thinking: First Steps. Canadian Journal of Education, 31 (4), 1015 – 1038.

Peck, C., & Sears, A. (2005). Uncharted Territory: Mapping Students’ Conceptions of Ethnic Diversity. Canadian Ethnic Studies, 37 (1), 101-120.

Peck, C. (2005). Introduction to the Special Issue of Canadian Social Studies. Canadian Social Studies: Special Issue – New approaches to teaching history, 39 (2), Available at http://www2.education.ualberta.ca/css/Css_39_2/index39_2.htm 

Peck, C. (1997). Empowering the Multicultural Classroom. Réflexions, 17 (1), 8-10.

 

Book Chapters

Peck, C. L. & Herriot, L. (2015). Teachers’ beliefs about social studies. In H. Fives & M. Gill (Eds.), International Handbook of Research on Teachers’ Beliefs (pp. 387-402). New York: Routledge.

Peck, C. L. (2015). Elementary Social Studies instruction and student diversity. In J. Andrews & J. Lupart (Eds.), Understanding and Addressing Student Diversity, 1st Edition (pp. 423-459). Toronto: Nelson Education.

Peck, C. L. (2014). Esquisser le portrait de la recherche en didactique des sciences humaines au primaire au Canada: Où sommes-nous allés et vers quoi nous dirigeons-nous? [Sketching the portrait of elementary social studies education research in Canada: Where have we been and where are we going?] In M.-C. Larouche & A. Araujo-Oliveira (Eds.), Les Sciences Humaines À L’école Primaire Québécoise, Regards Croisés Sur Un Domaine De Recherche Et D’intervention [Elementary Social Studies in Quebec: Framing a Field of Research and Interventions] (pp. 265-276). Québec: Presses de l’Université du Québec.

Peck, C. L. (2014). Can teacher education programs learn something from teacher professional development initiatives? In R. W. Sandwell & A. von Heyking (Eds.), Becoming a History Teacher in Canada. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press.

Peck, C. L. (2011). Ethnicity and students’ historical understandings In P. Clark (Ed.), New possibilities for the past: Shaping history education in Canada (pp. 305-324). Vancouver: UBC Press.

Peck, C. L., Poyntz, S., & Seixas, P. (2011). “Agency” in students’ narratives of Canadian history. In D. Shemilt & L. Perikleous (Eds.), The future of the past: Why history education matters (pp. 253-280). Nicosia, Cyprus: Association for Historical Dialogue and Research.

Seixas, P., & Peck, C. (2004). Teaching historical thinking. In A. Sears & I. Wright (Eds.), Challenges and Prospects for Canadian Social Studies (pp. 109-117). Vancouver: Pacific Educational Press.

Practitioner-Oriented Publications

Peck, C.L. (2014, Winter). Hope for Canadian Multiculturalism: Students are becoming more knowledgeable and accepting of diversity and accommodation. Too bad the Marois government wants Quebec to take a step backward. Education Canada, 54 (1), 12-14. Available at: http://www.cea-ace.ca/education-canada/article/hope-canadian-multiculturalism

Peck, C. L. (2013). What’s in your top ten? Ethnic identity and significance in Canadian history. [Reprinted with permission from Canadian Issues/Thèmes Canadiens, Winter 2010]. Rapport, 35(2), 8-12. Available at: http://en.ohassta-aesho.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Rapport-April-2013-Volume-35-No-2-1.pdf

Peck, C.L. (2011, Summer). What you don’t know can hurt me: Diversity, accommodation and citizenship education in Canada. Education Canada (web exclusive), 51 (3), (2527 words). Available at: http://www.cea-ace.ca/education-canada/article/web-exclusive-what-you-dont-know-can-hurt-me-diversity-accommodation-and-ci

Peck, C. L. (2010). Doing history at Fox Creek School. One World: The Journal of the Alberta Teachers Association Social Studies Council, 4-8. Summary of article published on The History Education Network/Histoire et Éducation en Réseau website (http://thenhier.ca/en/content/research-practice-doing-history-fox-creek-school)

Select Conference Presentations

Mycock, A., Gifford, C., McGlynn, C., & Peck, C. L. (2013, June 14). Understanding Ethnicity through Students’ Conceptions of Historical Significance. Paper presented at the CiCe Conference 2013: Identities and citizenship education: Controversy, crisis and challenges, Lisbon, Portugal.

Joshee, R., Pashby, K., Ingram, L.-A., Peck, C. L., & Sears, A. (2013, April 30). The True North Strong and Cohesive? Understandings of Ethnic Diversity in Canadian Education Policy Documents. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Peck, C. L., Epstein, T., & Sears, A. (2013, April 30). The Myth of Civic Impoverishment: American and Canadian Youth’s Rich Understandings of Democratic Engagement. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, CA.

Peck, C.L., Epstein, T. (2012, October 27). A comparison of Canadian and US adolescents’ conceptions of democratic participation. Paper presented at the Colloque international des didactiques de l’histoire, de la géographie et de l’éducation à la citoyenneté (The International Didactics of History, Geography and Citizenship Education Symposium), Quebec City, Quebec.

Joshee, R. Ingram, L-A., Pashby, K., Peck, C.L., Sears, A., Thompson, L. A. & Herriott, L. (2012, May 25). The New Canadian Way? Policy Discourses of Ethnic Diversity and Citizenship. Paper Presented at the 8th CitizED Conference, York, England.

Peck, C.L., Sears, A., Herriott, L. & Chareka, O. (2012, May 25). Voiceless: Canadian High School Students’ Conceptions of Schools as Democratic Communities. Paper Presented at the 8th CitizED Conference, York, England.

Sears, A., Peck, C. L., Chareka, O., & Owre, K. (2012, April 26). Canadian High School Students’ Conceptions of Democratic Participation. Paper presented at the 56th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Peck, C. L. (2012, April 13-17). Searching for the unknown in teacher professional development: What does (can) success look like? Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, Vancouver, BC.

Peck, C. L. (2011, August 30 – September 3). Exploring the interplay between students’ ethnic identities and their narrative constructions of Canadian history: Implications for history and citizenship education. Paper presented at the 14th Biennial Conference of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI), Exeter, England.

Peck, C. L. (2011, May 1 – 3). Which identity for which story of Canada?: Explorations and negotiations of ethnicity, history and citizenship (invited). Paper presented at the 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Montréal, QC.

Peck, C. L. (2010, July 3-6). Identity, historical understanding and citizenship in Canada. Paper presented at the International Symposium: East China Normal University and the University of Alberta, Shanghai, China.

Peck, C. L. (2010, April 30 – May 4). Storying the Nation: How students’ ethnic identities influence their understandings of historical significance in Canadian history. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, Denver, Colorado.

Joshee, R., Peck, C. L., Thompson, L. A., Chareka, O., & Sears, A. (2010, Feb. 17-19). Multicultural Education, Diversity, and Citizenship in Canada. Paper presented at the International Alliance of Leading Institutes (IALEI) Workshop on Multicultural Education, Seoul, Korea.

Harding, C. & Peck, C. (2009, November 13). Developing Tools for Historical Understanding. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the National Council for the Social Studies (International Assembly), Atlanta, Georgia.

Peck, C. L. (2009, Nov. 5 – 6). Multi-ethnic high school students’ conceptions of historical significance. Paper presented at the Knowing Ourselves: The Challenge of Teaching History in Canada’s Official Minority Language Communities Association for Canadian Studies Conference, Dieppe, NB.

Peck, C. (2009, May 23 – 26). “I’m not really sure who I am, you know… I’m lost”: The Relationship between Ethnic Identity and Secondary School Students’ Historical Understandings. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education, Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, Ottawa, ON.

Peck, C. (2008, Nov. 12 – 14). “It’s not like [I’m] Chinese and Canadian. I am in between”: Ethnicity and students’ conceptions of historical significance. Paper presented at the Annual Conference for the National Council for the Social Studies College and University Faculty Assembly, Houston, Texas.

Peck, C. (2008, March 24 – 28). Multi-Ethnic High School Students’ Understandings of Historical Significance: Implications for Canadian History Education. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association, New York, NY.

Peck, C., & Poyntz, S. (2004, November 11-13). Conceiving agency in Canadian history: Youth and the development of historical understanding. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Canadian Studies, Montreal, QC.

Peck, C., & Sears, A. (2004, May 29 – June 1). Uncharted Territory: Mapping children’s conceptions of ethnic diversity. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies, Congresses of the Social Sciences and Humanities, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Peck, C., & Sears, A. (2004, May 29 – June 1). Unreached, Unreachable and Unreasonable: Curriculum Standards and Children’s Understandings of Ethnic Diversity. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society for International and Comparative Education and the Citizenship Education Research Network, Congresses of the Social Sciences and Humanities, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Peck, C. (2004, February 20). What do students really know about ethnic diversity? Paper presented at the Western Canadian Association of Student Teaching (WestCAST) Annual Conference: Re-Framing Teacher Education: The Changing Landscape, Edmonton, Alberta.

Sears, A., Hughes, A. S., Varma-Joshi, M., Peck, C., & Chareka, O. (2003, May 31 – June 1). A Constructivist Approach to Studying and Teaching Democratic Citizenship. Paper presented at the 4th International Forum of the Citizenship Education Research Network, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Invited Presentations/Keynotes

International

Peck, C. L. (2013, October 11). Which identity for which story of Canada? Negotiating identity and history in pluralist societies (Invited). Paper presented at the Teaching History SIG, Institute of Education, University of London, London, UK.

Peck, C. L. (2013, October 2). Starting the conversation: Teachers’ understandings of ethnic diversity (Invited). Paper presented at the Joint SEDU Social Cohesion Research Group/HHS Centre for Research in the Social Sciences (CRISS) Research Seminar, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, UK.

Peck, C. L. (2013, September 19). Explorations and negotiations of ethnicity, history and citizenship – Methodological considerations (Invited). Paper presented at the Research Workshop, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfleld, UK.

Peck, C. L. (2012, May 24-26). Why generic models of citizenship fail: The importance of considering identity when conceptualizing youth engagement. Keynote presented at the 8th CitizED Conference, York, England.

Peck, C.L. (2011, November 17-18). History, citizenship and identity: The Canadian context. Invited paper presented at the International Expert-meeting on Heritage Education, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Peck, C.L. (2011, May 1 – 3). Which identity for which story of Canada?: Explorations and negotiations of ethnicity, history and citizenship. Invited paper presented at the 55th Annual Conference of the Comparative and International Education Society, Montréal, QC.

Peck, C.L. (2010, March 4). Citizenship education: The Canadian context. Invited paper presentation, Beijing Normal University-University of Alberta Academic Exchange, Beijing, China.

Peck, C.L. (2009, Nov. 11 – 15). What you don’t know can hurt me: Diversity, accommodation and citizenship education in Canada (Vital Issues Session: Turning the Tables: International Perspectives on Social Studies Education). Invited paper presented at the National Council for the Social Studies, Atlanta, GA.

National

Peck, C. L. (2013, May 31). The Myth of Civic Impoverishment – Listening to the Voices of Youth. Invited paper presented at the National Invitational Conference: Critical Canadian Youth Studies: The Future is Networking Conference, Werklund Foundation Centre for Youth Leadership Education, Calgary, AB.

Peck, C. L. (2013, May 9). Dessiner le portrait de la recherche en didactique des sciences humaines au primaire au Canada: Où sommes-nous allés et vers quoi nous dirigeons-nous? [Translation of title: Sketching the landscape of elementary social studies research in Canada: Where have we been and where are we going?] Closing Keynote presented at the 81e Congrès de L’Association francophone pour le savoir (L’ACFAS), Québec City, Québec.

Peck, C. L. (2012, October 25). L’empathie historique – Le concept le plus important pour effectuer la pensée historique? [Translation of title: Historical empathy: The most important concept for developing historical thinking?] Keynote presented at the The History Education Network/Histoire et Education en Réseau Francophone Graduate Student Conference, Québec City, Québec.

Peck, C.L. (2011, October 27). Can teacher education programs learn something from teacher professional development initiatives? Invited paper presentation, University of Alberta Faculty of Education Research Forum Series.

Peck, C.L. (2011, February 18). History, identity and diversity in the secondary school social studies classroom. Keynote presented at the Calgary City Teachers’ Convention Association Annual Conference, Teaching in a world of change, Mount Royal University, Calgary, AB.

Peck, C.L. (2007, August 14). Benchmarks of historical thinking: An introduction to the framework and project. Keynote presented at the Alberta Learning Social Studies Summer Institute: Making Connections, Edmonton, AB.

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