-Dr. Warnie Richardson is a Professor of Educational Psychology and Special Education within the Schulich School of Education at Nipissing University in North Bay, Ontario, Canada.

(See my biography page for more information).


Latest publications:
Class, Schooling and Juvenile Delinquency: An Eight-Year Study

In this eight-year study, 1,464 young offenders who were incarcerated within a juvenile detention centre between the years 1990-1998 are profiled, with socioeconomic status and schooling providing the central focus.

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Saviours or Saboteurs: An Examination of Conditions and Attitudes Faced by Women Teaching in Rural Nova Scotia during World War II

Interviews with two women who taught in rural Nova Scotia during World War II serve as the focus for discussion.

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Socio-Economic Class, School Failure, Juvenile Delinquency, and the Marginalization of Youth: A Theoretical Perspective from Personal Points of View

Drawing on personal teaching experiences working with marginalized or at-risk youth, this paper filters characteristics of young offenders through well established criminological paradigms.

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The Diagnosis, Misdiagnosis and Treatment of the Identified Behavioural / Emotional Student: A Canadian Perspective

In this paper presentation, the authors discuss the inherent problems with the behavioural emotional diagnosis as viewed within an educational paradigm.

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Meeting the Needs of Students At Risk: A Preliminary Case Study of the Role of Child Development Counsellors in an Urban Elementary & High School Setting

Addressing the needs of at risk students and students with emotional or behavioural disorders necessitates a coordinated, multidisciplinary approach involving school, families, and community agencies.

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Youth At-Risk or Marginalized: Issues of Serious Concern for Educators who Work Exclusively with Adolescents who are Incarcerated

In this paper the authors briefly examine several issues germane to the study of marginalized youth and juvenile delinquency, highlighting two areas of concern for educators who work with them.

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Viewing Juvenile Delinquency through a Canadian Educational Lens: A Mixed Methodological Approach

In this paper,the authors examine several issues germane to the study of marginalized youth and juvenile delinquency,concentrating on the schooling experience within this complex dynamic.

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Profiles of “At Risk”: Perceptions from the Field

This presentation highlights qualitative research into profiles of “at risk” students in intermediate grades with recommendations for educators on how to address the wide variety of needs of this group.

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Human Development, Popular Music and Schooling

In this paper presentation, the authors will demonstrate how educators, by bringing popular music into their classrooms in meaningful ways, can have considerable influence on the lives of their students.

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By Hook or by Crook: Engaging Reluctant Readers and Writers through the Use of Technology and Virtual Field Trips

This session is to provide participants with an awareness of Virtual Field Trips and related resources to engage reluctant readers and meet the diverse need of “at risk” students.

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