Selected Articles

Cassidy, W., Sensoy, Ö., & Beck, K. (accepted). From rhetoric to reality: Identifying opportunities and barriers in educating for human rights. Journal of Global Citizenship and Equity Education.

Cassidy, W., Faucher, C., & Jackson, M. (2017). Adversity in university: Cyberbullying and its impacts on students, faculty and administrators. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 14, 888-906. doi:10.3390/ijerph14080888

Cassidy, W. (2017). Elementary students and legal literacy: Creating a partnership between teachers and lawyers. American Bar Association Publication Education Newsletter, 2(2), 3-6.

Faucher, C., Cassidy, W., & Jackson, M. (2015). From the sandbox to the inbox: Comparing the acts, impacts, and solutions of bullying in K-12, higher education, and the workplace. Journal of Education and Training Studies, 3(6), 111-125. DOI:11114/jets.v3i6.1033.

Faucher, C., Jackson, M., & Cassidy, W. (2015). When on-line exchanges byte: An examination of the policy environment governing cyberbullying at the university level. Canadian Journal of Higher Education 45(1), 102-121

Cassidy, W., Faucher, C. & Jackson, M. (2014). The dark side of the ivory tower: Cyberbullying of university faculty and teaching personnel, Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 60(2), 279-299.

Faucher, C., Jackson, M., & Cassidy, W. (2014). Cyberbullying among university students: Gendered experiences, impacts, and perspectives. Education Research International, Volume 2014, 10 pages. http://dx.doi.org/10.1155/2014/698545.

Cassidy, W., Faucher, C., & Jackson, M. (2013). Cyberbullying among youth: A comprehensive review of current international research and its implications and application to policy and practice. School Psychology International: Special Issue on Cyberbullying, 34(6), 575–612.

Cassidy, W., Faucher, C., & Jackson, M. (2013). An essential library of international research in cyberbullying. School Psychology International. [Virtual special edition, published online with accompanying podcast by C. Faucher] http://spi.sagepub.com/site/special_issues/cyberbullying.xhtml

Cassidy, W., Brown, K., & Jackson, M. (2012). ‘Making kind cool’: Parents’ suggestions for preventing cyber-bullying and fostering cyber-kindness. Journal of Educational Computing Research: Special Issue on Digital Pathologies, Education and Problematic Computer Behaviors, 46(4), 415–436.

Cassidy, W., Brown, K., & Jackson, M. (2012). ‘Under the radar’: Educators and cyberbullying in schools. School Psychology International, 33(5), 520–532. DOI: 10.1177/0143034312445245

Cassidy, W., Brown, K. & Jackson, M. (2012) Bits and bytes: Cyber-bullying in schools. Our Schools, Ourselves, 21(2), 71–82.

Cassidy, W., Jackson, M. & Brown, K. (2009). Sticks and stones can break my bones, but how can pixels hurt me?: Students’ experiences with cyber-bullying. School Psychology International, 30(4), 383–402.

Jackson, M., Cassidy, W. & Brown, K. (2009). Out of the mouth of babes: Students’ voice their opinions on cyber–bullying. Long Island Education Review, 8(2), 24–30.

Jackson, M., Cassidy, W. & Brown, K. (2009). “you were born ugly and youl die ugly too”: Cyber-bullying as relational aggression. In Education, December issue.

Cassidy, W. & Marsden, D. (2009). Aboriginal “ways of being”: Educational leaders, students and traditional Aboriginal knowledge. Values and Ethics in Educational Administration, 7(2), 1–8.

Brown, K., Jackson, M., & Cassidy, W. (2006).  Cyber–bullying: Developing policy to direct responses that are equitable and effective in addressing this special form of bullying. Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, Issue 57. (Co–author) http://www.umanitoba.ca/publications/cjeap/articles/brown_jackson_cassidy.html

Cassidy, W. (2006). From zero tolerance to a culture of care. Journal of Safe Management of Disruptive and Assaultive Behavior: [Special Issue on School Safety], Fall 2006, 22–26.

Cassidy, W. & Jackson, M. (2005). The need for equality in education: An intersectionality examination of labelling and zero tolerance policies. McGill Journal of Education [Special Issue on Law and Education], 40(3), 445–466.

Cassidy, W. & Pitsula, P. (2005). Forging a new pathway: Learning from experience and research to shape practice in public legal education efforts in Canada, Education and Law Journal, 15(2), 113–138.

Cassidy, W. & Bates, A. (2005). “Drop-outs” and “push-outs”: Finding hope at a school that actualizes the ethic of care. American Journal of Education, 112(1), 66–102.

Cassidy, W. (2005). Abandoning zero tolerance for a culture of care. Education Canada, 48(3), 40–42.

Subroto, D. & Cassidy, W. (2005). Many hands make small work: A collaborative approach to First Nations education. Perspectives, 27(1), 6–7.

Cassidy, W. (2004). Don’t forget about law: A case for law-related education in elementary social studies. Canadian Social Studies [Special Issue on Social Studies Research and Teaching in Elementary School], 39(1), 1–6.

Young, M. & Cassidy, W. (2004). Impact of a global education course on students’ self-reported citizenship attitudes and behaviour. Canadian and International Education Journal, 33(2), 1–32.

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