Associate Professor (PhD), Department of Educational Studies
Available for Graduate Advisement
- EDUC 3P01: Theories of Teaching
- EDUC 3P52: Early Childhood Education II
- EDUC 4P04: Observation & Evaluation in the Early Years
- EDUC 3P53: Research, Ethics and Care in ECE
- EDUC 4F50: Thesis in ECE
- EDUC 5P30: Development, Learning, & Curriculum
- Early childhood education
- Curriculum and instruction in the early years
- iPads & young learners
- Nature based programs
DiCesare, D. M., Harwood, D., & Rowsell, J. (2016). It is real colouring? Mapping children’s im/material thinking in a digital world. In Lesley, M. & Guzzett, B. (Eds.), Handbook of Research on the Societal Impact of Digital Media (pp. 69-93). New York, NY: IGI Global.
Harwood, D. (2015). Crayons & iPads: Children’s meaning making in a digital world. An Leanbh Og (The Young Child) Journal, 9(1), 107-120.
Harwood, D., Bajovic, M., Woloshyn, V., Di Cesare, D. M., Lane, L., & Scott, K. (2015). Intersecting spaces in early childhood education: Inquiry-based pedagogy and tablets. The International Journal of Holistic Early Learning and Development, 1, 53-67.
Rowsell, J., & Harwood, D. (2015). “Let it Go”: Exploring the image of the child as a producer, consumer, and inventor. Theory into Practice Journal-Special Edition, 54(2), 136-146. DOI: 10.1080/00405841.2015.1010847
Harwood, D., & Copfer, S., (2015). “You’re lunch pail is silly”: Children’s and teachers’ diverging perspectives on teasing. Journal of Research in Childhood Education 29(1), 26-41. DOI: 10.1080/02568543.2014.973126
Tukonic, S., & Harwood, D. (2015). The glass ceiling effect: Mediating influences on early years educators’ sense of professionalism. Canadian Children, 40(1), 36-54.