IJHE Volume 12 Issue 2 2019



Table of Contents 
Home Economics: Transformative practice, ecology and everyday lifeKerry RENWICK, Guest Editor
Anti-racist pedagogy: What does it look like in the classroom?Katia M. BASQUE, Mel BRITTO
Re-visiting Vaines: Toward a decolonizing framework for home economicsMary Gale SMITH
Shaping an eco-centered future by learning from the pastSherry Ann CHAPMAN
Two-Eyed Seeing. Trauma-wise Curriculum: Siksikees'tsuhkoom (Blackfoot Lands) & Human EcologyPatricia MAY-DERBYSHIRE
"The world is our home": Food literacy education and Vaines' conceptualization of ecologyLisa Jordan POWELL, Kerry RENWICK
The impact of poverty on children's educational potentialSusan Elisabeth ENNS
Virtual professional development: Transformation to tech-savvy teachers in class?Karen MUGLIETT
Blind spots of the self-glorification in Home EconomicsJacob Hojgaard CHRISTENSEN

Notes for Contributors


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The International Journal of Home Economics (IJHE) is published since 2008. All previous issues are available for download, please click HERE for volumes 1-12.

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