Bibliography of Readings and Videos Used in Sexualities, Gender and Schooling (September 2017)
Adler, Nathan (2016). Valediction at the Star View Motel. In Nicholson, Hope (ed.) (2016). Love beyond body, space and time. Beside Press.
Bardwell, Sarah. (2012). Gender and Sexuality: A Not-Necessarily-Comprehensive List of Terms. Toronto: Unpublished paper, University of Toronto.
Butler, A. (2011). Trans Cabaret: The Video.
Brill, Stephanie and Pepper, Rachel (2008). The Transgender Child: A Handbook for Families and Professionals. San Francisco: Cleis Press.
Chasnoff, D., & Cohen, H. (Producers) (1996). It's Elementary: Talking about Gay issues in School. San Franciso, CA: Women's Educational Media.
Epstein, R., Idems, B. and Schwartz, A. (2013). Queer spawn on school. Confero: Essays on Education, Philosophy & Politics 1(2): 173-208.
Goldstein, Tara. (2010). Snakes and Ladders: A Performed Ethnography. International Journal of Curriculum and Pedagogy 3(1): 68-113.
Goldstein, Tara, Russell, Vanessa. and Daley, Andrea. (2007). Safe, Positive and Queering Moments in Teaching Education and Schooling; A Conceptual Framework. Teaching Education Journal, 18(3)183-199.
Gustavson. M and Schmitt, I. (2011). Culturally queer, silenced in school? Children with LGBTQ parents and the everyday politics of/in community and school. Lambda Nordica 16(2-3):159-187.
Hernandez, Catherine (2017). Scarborough. Toronto: Arsenal Pulp Press.
hicks, b.l. (2017). Gracefully unexpected, deeply present and positively disruptive: Love and queerness in classroom community. Bank Street Occasional Paper Series.
Ontario Ministry of Education (2015a). The Ontario Curriculum: Grades 1-8 Health and Physical Education. Available at: http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/curriculum/elementary/health1to8.pdf
Ontario Ministry of Education (2015b). The Ontario Curriculum: Grades 9-12 Health and Physical Education. Available at: http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/curriculum/secondary/health9to12.pdf
Ontario Ministry of Education (2014) Equity and Inclusive Education Guidelines. http://www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/policyfunding/inclusiveguide.pdf
Pendleton Jiménez, Karleen (2016) Tomboys and Other Gender Heroes: Confessions from the Classroom. New York: Peter Lang.
Quinn, T. (2007). “You Make Me Erect!”:Queer Girls of Color Negotiating Heteronormative Leadership at an Urban All-Girls’ Public School, Journal of Gay & Lesbian Issues in Education, 4(3):31-47.
Reiff Hill, May and Mays, Jeff (2013). The Gender Book. Houston, TX: Marshall House Press.
Simon, R. (Producer), Baer, P. (Director), with Evis, S., Walkland, T., Lee-Hicks, B., Douglas, V., and teachers and youth in the Addressing Injustices Project (2017). Gender is like an ocean. (Documentary film). Toronto, ON.
Silverberg, C. and Smyth, Fiona (2015). Sex is a funny word. Triangle Square.
Taylor, B. (Co-Director), Parkin, W. (Co-Director), & Pendleton Jiménez, K. (Writer). (2008). Tomboy [Children’s animated short film]. Canada: Coyle Productions. http://vimeo.com/10772672
Taylor, C. & Peter, T., with McMinn, T.L., Elliott, T., Beldom, S., Ferry, A., Gross, Z., Paquin, S., and Schachter, K. (2011). Every Class in Every School: The First National Climate Survey on Homophobia, Biphobia, and Transphobia in Canadian Schools. Final report. Toronto, ON: EGALE Canada Human Rights Trust. Accessed online August 30, 2013.
The Toronto District School Board (2013). Guidelines for the Accommodation of Transgender and Gender Non-Conforming Students and Staff. Toronto: TDSB.
The Toronto District School Board. (2000). Anti-homophobia, sexual orientation commitment (Section 3 of The Equity Foundation Statement and Commitments to Equity Policy Implementation). Toronto: TDSB.
The York Catholic District School Board (2014). All God’s Children: Implementation Resource. York Region: YCDSB.