Assistant Professor

BA, BEd (Toronto); MA, PhD (British Columbia)

Lyndsay graduated with her PhD in Literacy Education from the University of British Columbia in 2008. She then went on to do a 2 year SSHRC Post-Doctoral Fellowship at Simon Fraser University. She has been working as a teacher since 1998 and as a teacher-educator since 2005. Her most recent appointments were at Lakehead University and the University of Western Sydney in Australia.

Lyndsay’s research interests include: K-6 Language and Literacy Education, Anthropological and Sociological approaches to education research, Socio-cultural Theories of Learning, Discourse Analysis, Ethnomethodology, Research Methodologies, Teacher-Education research and Literacy Learning for Sustainability. She has published on early literacy learning, using popular culture in the classroom and issues of gender and reading. Her dissertation was an examination of the cultural production of reading in research interviews between parents, teachers and a teacher-librarian researcher.

Recent Publications

The use of technology in Prince Edward Island (Canada) high schools

Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 2015

‘Every day he has a dream to tell’: classroom literacy curriculum in a full-day kindergarten

Journal of Curriculum Studies, 2015

Talking, wrestling, and recycling

Qualitative Research, 2015

Surveying the field

Literacy & Social Responsibility, 2015

I hope it still counts as reading

Journal of Language and Literacy Education, 2014

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