Selected Publications

Davidson, S. F., & Davidson, R. (in press). Potlatch as Pedagogy: Learning through Ceremony. Winnipeg, MB: Highwater Press.

Davidson, S. F. (in press). Storywork ethics: Using the Storywork framework to guide ethical practices in educational research. In J. Archibald, J. Morgan, & J. De Santolo (Eds.). Indigenous Storywork as decolonising research methodology.

Davidson, S. F. (in press). Responding aesthetically: Using artistic expression and dialogical reflection to transform adversity. In E. Lyle (Ed.). The negotiated self: Employing reflexive inquiry to explore teacher identity.

Davidson, S. F., Tait, L., & Searcy, N. (in press). Honouring Indigenous ways of knowing. In F. Brownlie, L. Schnellert, & S. Moore (Eds.). It’s all about thinking: Rethinking secondary schools. Winnipeg, MB: Portage & Main Press.

Hare, J., & Davidson, S. F. (forthcoming). Learning from Indigenous Knowledge in Education. In D. Long & G. Starblanket, (Eds.), Visions of the heart: Canadian Aboriginal Issues, 5thEdition. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Davidson, S. F., & Davidson, R. (2016). Make your mind strong: My father’s insights into academic successCanadian Journal of Education, 39(2), 1-21.

Davidson, S. F. (2015). Where waters meet: Merging the strengths of Aboriginal and mainstream educational practices to improve students’ experiences at school. English Practice, 57(1), 9-16.

Davidson, S. F. (2014). Prove them wrong: Why Aboriginal content matters. English Practice, 56(1), 7-9.

PhD Dissertation

Following the song of k’aad ‘aww (Dogfish Mother): Adolescent Perspectives on English 10 First Peoples, Writing, and Identity

Master’s Thesis

(E)merging Pedagogies: Exploring the Integration of Traditional Aboriginal and Contemporary Euro-Canadian Teaching Practices