Selected Articles

Cassidy, W., Sensoy, Ö., & Beck, K. (2020). From rhetoric to reality: Identifying opportunities and barriers in educating for human rights. Journal of Global Citizenship and Equity Education, 7(1), 1-23.

Faucher, C., Cassidy, W., & Jackson, M. (2020). Awareness, policy, privacy, and more: Postsecondary students voice their solutions to cyberbullying. European Journal of Investigation in Health, Psychology and Education, 10, 795-815.

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.

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]

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)

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.