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Judith Bernhard

Judith K. Bernhard

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Selected Publications

Author Title Date Publication Area Abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Young, J. E. E. Gaining institutional permission: Researching precarious legal status in Canada 2010 Journal of Academic Ethics, 7(3), 175-191. Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Hyman, I., & Tate, E. Meeting the needs of immigrants throughout the life cycle 2010 Region of Peel: Immigration Discussion Paper Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Evans, L., Cosentino, T. & Marmoleja, Y. Using teachers volunteer experiences in the Dominican Republic to develop social responsibility in Canadian middle-school students: An Authors in the Classroom approach 2009 The International Journal of Education for Democracy, 2(2), 257- 272. Early Authors Program View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Evans, L., Cosentino, T. & Marmoleja, Y. Aprovechando las experiencias de maestros voluntarios en la Republica Dominicana para desarrollar la responsabilidad social en estudiantes de secundaria en Canada: El programa "Autores en el Aula" 2009 The International Journal of Education for Democracy, 2(2), 257- 272. Early Authors Program View abstract
Bernhard, J. K. Latin American students in the Toronto District School Board: Research findings and recommendations 2009 In D. Mantilla, D. Schugurensky, J. F. Serrano (Eds.), Four in ten: Spanish speaking youth and school drop out in Toront Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K. Juventud de habla hispana y abandono escolar en Toronto 2009 En D. Schugurensky, D. Mantilla, y J. F. Serrano (Compiladores): Cuatro en diez. Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Landolt, P. & Goldring, L. The institutional production and social reproduction of transnational families: The case of Latin American immigrants in Toronto 2009 International Migration, 46(2), 3-31 Immigrant families View abstract
Goldring, L., Berinstein, C., & Bernhard, J.K. Institutionalizing precarious migratory status in Canada 2009 Citizenship Studies, 13(3), 237-263 Immigrant families View abstract
Landolt, P., Goldring L. & Bernhard, J. K. Las organizaciones de migrantes Latinoamericanos en Toronto: Entre la poltica de base y el imperativo de la etnizacin. 2009 En Angeles Escriv, Anastasia Bermdez y Natalia Moraes (Eds.), Migracin y participacin poltica. Estados, organizaciones y migrantes latinoamericanos en perspectiva local-transnacional. Coleccin Politeya Immigrant families View Abstract
Landolt, P., Goldring, L., & Bernhard, J. K. Between grassroots politics and the ethnicizing imperative of the multicultural state: Latin American immigrant organizations in Toronto 2009 Ceris Working Paper # 73 Immigrant Families View abstract
Taylor, L. Bernhard, J. K., Garg, S., & Cummins, J. Affirming plural belonging: Building on students family-based plural and linguistic capital through a multiliteracies curriculum 2008 Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 8(3), 269-295 Early Authors Program View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Winsler, A., Bleiker, C., Ginieniewicz, J., & Madigan, A. Read my story: Promoting early literacy among diverse, urban, preschool children in poverty with the Early Authors Program 2008 Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk, 13(1), 76-105 Early Authors Program View abstract
Bernhard, J.K., Goldring, L., Young, J., Berinstein, C., Wilson, B. Living with uncertain legal status in Canada: Implications for the wellbeing of children and families 2007 Refuge, 24(2), 101-113 Immigrant families View abstract
Goldring, L., Landolt, P., Bernhard, J.K., & Barriga, M. Toronto Hispano, Toronto Latino: Latin American institutional community development in the Greater Toronto Area (1973-2005) 2006 In D. Schugurensky and J. Ginieniewicz (Eds.), Ruptures, continuities and re-learning: the political participation of Latin Americans in Canada (pp. 58-71). Toronto: Ontario: OISE Press. Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Cummins, J., Campoy, I., & Ada, A. Winsler, A. & Bleiker, C. Identity texts and literacy development among preschool English Language Learners 2006 Teachers College Record, 108(11), 2380-2405 Early Authors Program View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Landolt, P., & Goldring, L. Transnational, multi-local motherhood: Experiences of separation and reunification among Latin American families in Canada 2006 CERIS Policy Matters #24 Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Landolt, P., & Goldring, L. Transnational, multi-local motherhood: Experiences of separation and reunification among Latin American families in Canada 2005 CERIS Working Paper # 40 Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Diaz, C, F., & Algood, I. Research-based teacher education for multicultural contexts 2005 Intercultural Education, 16(3), 263-277 Immigrants View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., & Gonzalez-Mena, J. When family priorities differ from program priorities 2005 Interaction. Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Freire, M., & Mulligan, V. Canadian parenting workshops 2004 Book published by Chestnut Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Freire, M., Bascunan, L., Vergas, N., Gana, D. Behaviour and 'misbehavioru' of Latino children in a time of zero tolerance: Mothers' views 2004 The Early Years Journal, 24(1), 49-62 Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K. Swimming upstream: FAU graduates preparedness to work with English Language Learners. 2004 Final report submitted to the Fulbright Foundation Immigrants View abstract
Shor, R. & Bernhard, J. K. A comparative study of conflicts experienced between immigrant parents in Canada and in Israel 2003 Intercultural Education, 14(4), 385-396 Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K. Toward a 21st century developmental theory: Principles to account for diversity in children's lives 2003 Race, Gender, and Class, 9(4), 45-60 Immigrants View abstract
Stairs, A. & Bernhard, J. K. Considerations for evaluating good child care in Canadian Aboriginal early childhood settings 2003 McGill Journal of Education, 37(3), 309-330 Aboriginal families View abstract
Pacini-Ketchabaw, V., Bernhard, J. K., & Freire, M. Struggling to preserve home language: The experiences of Latino students and families in the Canadian school system 2001 Bilingual Research Journal, 25(1 & 2), 115-145 Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Freire, M., & Pacini-Ketchabaw, V. Apoyo a la participacin de padres en las escuelas primarias: Un estudio etnogrfico sobre un grupo latinoamericano en Canad 2000 Educational Policy Analysis Archives, 8(52) Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., & Gonzalez-Mena, J. The cultural context of infant- toddler care 2000 In D.Cryer & T. Harms (Eds.), Infants and toddlers in out-of-home care (pp. 237-267). Baltimore: Paul H. Brooks. Immigrants View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., & Freire, M. What is my child learning at school? Culturally contested issues of Latin American children and families 1999 Canadian Ethnic Studies Journal, 31(3), 72-94 Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K. Institutionalized disadvantage in education and the right to equal benefit of the law: The next step after non-discrimination 1999 Revue Qubcoise de Droit International, 12(1), 241-248. (7 pages.) Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Freire, M., Pacini-Ketchabaw, V. & Villanueva, V. A Latin American parents' group participates in their children's schooling: Parent involvement reconsidered 1998 Canadian Ethnic Studies Journal, 30(3), 77-98 Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Freire, M., Torres, F., & Nirdosh, S. Latin Americans in a Canadian primary school 1998 Journal of Regional Studies, 19(3), 217-236 Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Gonzalez-Mena, J., Chang, H. N., O'Loughlin, M, Eggers-Pierola, C., Roberts Fiati, G., & Corson, P. Recognizing the centrality of cultural diversity and racial equity: Beginning a discussion and critical reflection on "Developmentally Appropriate Practice." 1998 Canadian Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education, 7(1), 81-90 Diversity View abstract
Corson, P., Bernhard, J. K., & Gonzalez-Mena, J. Culturally situated explorations of child development: A home visit project for prospective early childhood teachers 1998 Journal of Early Childhood Teacher Education, 19(3), 245-258 Diversity View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Lefebvre, M. L., Murphy Kilbride, K., Chud, G., & Lange, R. Troubled relationships in early childhood education: Parent-teacher interactions in ethno-culturally diverse settings 1998 Early Education and Development, 9(1), 5-28. Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Gonzalez-Mena, J., & Corson, P. From theory to practice: A home visit project for future early childhood education practitioners 1997 Canadian Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education, 6(2), 157-160 Immigrant families  
Bernhard, J. K., Lefebvre, M. L., Chud, G., & Lange, R The preparation of early childhood educators in three Canadian areas of immigrant influx: Diversity issues 1997 Canadian Children, 22(1), 26-34. Immigrant families  
Bernhard, J. K., & Smith, H. Teaching human development to early childhood education students: A cultural contextual perspective 1997 Canadian Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education, 6(1), 7-19 Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Lefebvre, M. L., Chud, G., Lange, R. Linguistic match between children and caregivers in Canadian early childhood education 1996 Canadian Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education, 5(2), 5-18 Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K. & Freire, M. Latino refugee children in childcare: A study of parents and caregivers 1996 Canadian Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education, 5(1), 59-71 Immigrant families  
Bernhard, J. K. The changing field of child development: Cultural diversity and the professional training of early childhood educators 1995 Canadian Journal of Education, 20(4), 415-436 Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., & Siegel, L. S. Increasing locus of control for a disadvantaged group: A computer intervention 1994 Computers in the Schools, 11(1), 59-77. gender View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Lefebvre, M. L., Chud, G., & Lange, R Paths to equity: Cultural, linguistic and racial diversity in Canadian Early Childhood Educaiton 1995 ED423035 Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K. & Freire, M. Caring for and teaching the children of refugee families 1997 In K. Murphy Kilbride (Ed.), Include me too: Human diversity in early childhood (pp. 177-196). Toronto, Ontario: Harcourt Brace. Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K. & Freire, M. Caring for and teaching children who speak other languages 1997 In K. Murphy Kilbride (Ed.), Include me too: Human diversity in early childhood (pp. 160-176). Toronto, Ontario: Harcourt Brace    
Bernhard, J. K. Le mal-tre des parents et enfants latino-americains: Face aux pratiques pdagogiques dans les coles torontoises 2001 Collectif Intercultural, 5(2), 59-75.    
Bernhard, J. K., Pollard. J., Chud, G., & Vukelich, G. The regulation of multi-age groupings in Canadian childcare centres: An analysis of provincial and territorial policies, legislation and regulations 2000 Canadian Journal of Research in Early Childhood Education, 8(3), 7-22 Immigrant families  
Bernhard, J. K., Pollard. J., Eggers-Pierola, C., & Morin, A. Infants and toddlers in Canadian multi-age childcare centres: Age, ability and linguistic inclusion 2000 Research Connections Canada Early Childhood Education View abstract
Bernhard, J. K., Freire, M., & Pacini, V. Resisting enculturation in Canadian elementary schools: Culturally contested issues of Latin American parents 1998 Early Childhood Education Publications and Research. Paper 14. Immigrant families View abstract
Gonzalez-Mena, J. & Bernhard, J. K. Out-of-home care for infants and toddlers: A call for cultural and linguistic continuity 1998 Early Childhood Education Publications and Research. Paper 3   View abstract
Bernhard, J. K. From theory to practice.  Engaging immigrant parents in their children’s education. 2010 Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 56(3)  Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J.K. & Pacini-Ketchabaw, V. The politics of language and educational practices: Promoting truly diverse child care settings 2010 In B. Spodeck and O. Saracho (Eds.).   View abstract
Pacini-Ketchabaw, V. & Bernhard, J. K.; Re-visioning multiculturalism in early childhood education. 2010 University of Toronto Press. Chapter 5.   View abstract
Bernhard, J. K. What are essential elements of valid research: The problem of 'data' and their collection in cross-cultural contexts 2010 Perspectives in Family Support: A Journal of the Canadian Association of Family Resource Programs (FRP Canada), 3,�27-32 Immigrant families View abstract
Bernhard, J. K. Quels son les elements essentiels de la recherche valable? Les problems de "donnees"et leur cueillette dans les contextes interculturels 2010 Early Childhood Education Publications and Research. Paper 27. Immigrant families View abstract