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AnneMacCleave

 

 

Dr. Anne MacCleave
Professor Emeritus

E-mail: msvu.ca

 

 

 

Research and Teaching Interests

  • Research methodologies
         - Researching across disciplinary boundaries
  • Professional ethics
         - Values reasoning
  • Human development and learning theories
         - Cultural psychology
  • Curriculum, program planning and evaluation
Background

PhD, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA
MA, Mount Saint Vincent University

Selected Publications & Other Works

Monographs

  • MacCleave, A.  (In Progress). Peeling the onion: What frameworks and assumptions underpin program design?  Halifax, Nova Scotia: Mount Saint Vincent University.
  • MacCleave, A.  (In Progress).  Revisiting the values reasoning process: A critique.  Halifax, Nova Scotia: Mount Saint Vincent University.
  • Refereed Articles
  • MacCleave, A., & Eghan, F.  (2010).  Use of cultural styles or repertoires of experience to guide instruction:  What difference does it make?  Interchange, 41 (3), 233-253. Printed on-line September 14, DOI: 10: 1007/s10780-010-9128-x.
  • Fried, T., & MacCleave, A.  (2009).  Influence of role models and mentors on female graduate students’ choice of science as a career.  Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 55 (4), 482-496.
  • MacCleave, A. (2009).  Reflections on my academic life as an interdisciplinarian. Kappa Omicron Nu Forum, 16 (2), http://www.kon.org/archive/forum/16-2/maccleave.html
  • McGregor,  S. & MacCleave, A.  (2007).  International congruency for FCS/human sciences professional competencies.  Kappa Omicron Nu Forum, 17 (2), http://www.kon.org/archive/forum/17-2/maccleave.html
  • Eghan, F., & MacCleave, A.  (2007).  Values reasoning for critical thinking:  Completing the process.  Proceedings of the 2006 AAU Teaching Showcase, Memorial University, Saint John’s, NFLD, 11, 41-54.
  • MacCleave A.  (2006).  Incommensurability in cross-disciplinary research:  A call for cultural negotiation. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 5 (2), Article 4.  Retrieved July 31, 2006 from http://www.ualberta.ca/~ijqm/backissues5_2html/maccleave.htm
  • MacCleave, A., & Eghan, F.  (2006).  Developing ways of thinking and critical dispositions in university students.  Proceedings of the 2005 AAU Teaching Showcase, Nova Scotia Agricultural College, Truro, N.S., 10, 233-248.
  • MacCleave,  A.  (2005).  Resolving conflict with the beasts, bees and bugs:  A focus on power. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Imagination and Teaching, July, Vancouver, B.C.  http://www3.educ.sfu.ca/conferences/ierg2005/
  • MacCleave, A.  (2005).  Researching across disciplines:  A cultural perspective. Kappa Omicron Nu Forum, 16 (2)  http://www.kon.org/archives/forum/16-2/maccleave.html
  • MacCleave, A., James, O., & Stairs, A.  (2002).  Sociocultural diversity: Insights from cultural psychology for family and consumer sciences.  Kappa Omicron Nu Forum, 13 (2). www.kon.org/archives/forum/title13-2.html
    Major Reports
     
    MacCleave, A. & McGregor, S. (2010). Faculty of education: Graduate programs in educational psychology self study, spring 2010. Halifax, Nova Scotia: Mount Saint Vincent University, pp. 70.
     
    Refereed Editorship
     
    Guest Editor, (Ongoing), theme issue on “Researching Across Disciplines: Sharing Our Stories”. Kappa Omicron Nu Forum, 16 (2). See Call for Papers at http://www.kon.org/archives/forum/16-2/cfp_16.2.html.
    Non-Refereed Editorship
    • CERA News (Fall, 2010, In Progress).  Canadian Educational Research Association.
    • CERA News (April 16, 2009).  Canadian Educational Research Association.

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Selected Presentations

  • Eghan, F., & MacCleave, A. (2010, September). Grade inflation: What is the purpose of assessment?  Paper/Workshop presented at the AAU Teaching Showcase, University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PEI.
  • Criss, D., & MacCleave, A. (2010, May). Learning challenges for students enrolled in a human services diploma program. Paper presented at the 38th Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education, Concordia University, Montreal, Quebec.
  • Boudreau, A., & MacCleave, A. (2009, May). Adolescents’ willingness to seek help for three different bullying problems. Paper presented at the 37th Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education, Carleton University, Ottawa.
  • Wang, Y., & MacCleave, A. (2009, May). Chinese international students’ understanding of career and attitudes toward career counseling services. Paper presented at the 37th Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education, Carleton University, Ottawa.
  • MacCleave, A., & Eghan, F. (2008, June). Use of cultural styles or repertoires of experience to guide instruction: What difference does it make? Paper presented at the 36th Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education, University of British Columbia, Vancouver.
  • CERA President’s Lecture and Symposium: MacCleave, A. (2008, June). When research traditions collide: A dramatization and discussion. Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC. (p. 13)
  • Keynote Panel: Sherwin, S., Trnk, P., & MacCleave, A. (2008). Epistemic bridges: Interdisciplinarity in the academy. Keynote panel sponsored by the Interdisciplinary Student society, Dalhousie University, Halifax, NS.
  • Contino, R., & MacCleave, A.  (2007, July). Opening semiotic spaces for studying culture with puppets, drama and theatre. Pi Lambda Theta Leadership Conference. Richmond, Virginia.
  • Fried, T., & MacCleave, A. (2007, May). Influence of role models and mentors on female graduate students’ choice of science as a career. Paper presented at the 35th Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon.
  • Eghan, F., &  MacCleave,  A.  (2006, October).  Values Reasoning for Critical Thinking:  Completing the Process.  Paper/Workshop presented at the Fifteenth Annual Conference of Atlantic Educators, Memorial University, Saint John’s, Newfoundland
  • Contino,  R., &  MacCleave,  A.  (2006, July).  Opening semiotic spaces for diversity with puppets, drama and theatre.  Pi Lambda Theta Region 1 Conference,  Hasbrouck Heights, New Jersey.
  • MacCleave,  A.  (2005, November).   Research across disciplinary boundaries:  Negotiating incommensurability. Paper presented at the Fourteenth Annual Conference of Atlantic Educators, Saint Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia. 
  • MacCleave,  A.  (2005,  May).  Creating mutual space for research across disciplinary boundaries:  The play goes on.  Paper presented as part of a double symposium (Cultural Psychology Between “Story” and “Theme”:  Some Particulars in Negotiating and Decolonizing Research, Social-Integration and Therapeutic Practice) at the XXXIII Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education, University of Western Ontario,  London, Ontario.
  • MacCleave, A.  (2004, July). Balancing five core values for a socially just and democratic educational future. Paper/Workshop presented at the Pi Lambda Theta Region 1 Conference, New York City.
  • MacCleave,  A.  (2003, July). Assumptions about power in a conflict resolution activity. Paper/workshop presented at the Pi Lambda Theta Leadership Conference, Boston, MA.
  • MacCleave, A. (2003, May). The issue of incommensurabilty when mixing methods and methodologies:  A reflection on two studies. Paper presented at the XXXI Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education,  Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.
  • MacCleave, A, & James, O. (2002, November). Sociocultural diversity: Insights from cultural psychology. Paper presented at the Twelfth Annual Conference of Atlantic Educators, University of Moncton, Moncton, New Brunswick.
  • Millett, E., & MacCleave, A. (2002, November).  Adopting a P-3 language arts curriculum: Professional development implications. Paper presented at the Twelfth Annual Conference of Atlantic Educators, University of Moncton,  Moncton, New Brunswick.
  • MacCleave, A. (2002, July).  Exploring human development themes with puppets and costumes.  Paper/performance presented at the Pi Lambda Theta Region 1 Conference, Pittsburgh, PA
  • Millett, E., & MacCleave, A. (2002, May). Implementing a language arts curriculum: Perceptions of P-3 teachers. Paper presented at the XXX Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education, Toronto, Ontario.