In addition to Jane’s picture books, the following is a list of selected
Baskwill, J. (January, 2008) Principal arts, Educational Insights
Baskwill, J. (2008)
Dads!, Canadian Children, Vol. 33, No.2., pp. 26-31.
Baskwill, J. (2008).
Stepping Out of the Shadows: Research as Activist Practice,
Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations,
Baskwill, J &
Harkins, M. J. (2009)
Through a child’s eyes: Using photography
to support and sustain parents’ initiation of home writing activities,
Young Child, pp. 28-33.
Church, S. & Swain, M. (2009). The boy(s) who cried wolf: Re-visioning
boys and literacy, Atlantis, Mount Saint Vincent University.
Re-imag(e)ining educational administration: The art of the mask,
Baskwill, J. (2006) If at first you don’t succeed…A closer look at an old
Language Arts, Vol. 83, No. 6, pp.506-513.
Baskwill, J., (2004).
The Writing’s on the Wall: Musings from Childhood.
National Council of Teacher’s of English, Urbana, Illinois.
Baskwill, J. (2010). Books as bridges: Using text to connect home and
Baskwill, J. (2009). Getting dads on board: Fostering literacy partnerships
Church, S., Baskwill, J. & Swain, M. (2007). Yes, but…if they like it
they’ll learn it!,
Baskwill, J. (2009) Art-Full Journals: Helping students make multi-modal
“big ideas” and “strong texts”, in Books, media & the internet: Children’s
literature for today’s classrooms, S. Peterson, D. Booth & C. Jupiter (Eds.),
Portage & Main Press.
Baskwill, J. (2009) Art-Full Thinking: Exploring Teacher Attitudes Towards
Literature Through the
Singleton Taylor & K. Hinton-Johnson (Eds.), Teaching multicultural
literature to help children understand ethnic diversity: Essays and
experiences, Edwin Mellen Press.
When an old technology
(storytelling) meets a new one (digital photography):
Changing the face of local
literacy practices, in Books, sure! And what else? P. Albers & R.
Schmidt (Eds), Taylor & Francis.
Baskwill, J. & Thomson, P. (2008). Jane and Pat Think and Do: A Basal Reader
G. Knowles, S. Promislow, & A. Cole (Eds.)
Imagining the arts-informed thesis or dissertation,
Backalong Books (20 pp.).
Baskwill, J., (2001). Performing Our Research and Our Work: Women
Stage, in L. Neilsen, A. Cole & G. Knowles (Eds.) The Art of Writing
Inquiry, Backalong Books.
Baskwill, J. (2006). Expanding Volunteerism in Rural Schools in Nova
Scotia: Promising Practices. Toronto, ON: ImagineCanada;
(It is published on the Nonprofit Canada website
which is a project of Imagine Canada. The URL for the website is
addition, a Fact Sheet was written for this project and is also
available to interested stakeholders, agencies and the public.
work: Research-informed theatre as embody/ment of practice in educational
Festival of Original Theatre Conference, Toronto, February 12, 2005
dinner theatre performance and lecture, Women in Educational Leadership in
Nova Scotia Annual Meeting, Halifax, NS, 2001
For a more complete list
of publications see my Curriculum Vitae