Brian Noonan

    Dr. Brian Noonan

    Adjunct Professor

    Curriculum Vitae


    BRIAN NOONAN, Ph.D., Adjunct Professor, Department of Educational Psychology and Special Education; Professional
    Affiliate, Department of Educational Administration.

    TEACHING AREAS: Classroom learning and assessment, special education, research methods.

    RESEARCH INTERESTS: Educational research and enquiry; instructional psychology and classroom assessment;
    educational policy development and evaluation.

    PAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS IN REFEREED JOURNALS:

    C. R. Duncan & B. Noonan. (2007). Factors affecting teachers’ grading and assessment practices. Alberta Journal of Educational Research. Vol. 53. No. 1 Spring 2007. p 1-21

    B. Noonan. & P. Renihan.  (2006). Demystifying assessment leadership. Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy.  Issue 56.  November 4, 2006

    Noonan, B. with Scharf, M., Hallmann, D., & Lyons, J. (editors) (2006).   A history of education in Saskatchewan: Selected reading. Canadian Plains Research Center. Regina

    Noonan, B. & Duncan, C.R. (2005). Assessment reform and teachers’ classroom practices. Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice, 14(2), 29-43.

    Noonan, B. &  Duncan, C.R. (2005).  Peer and self-assessment in high schools. Practical Assessment, Research and Evaluation, 10(17)  November 2005.

    Chatlain, G. & Noonan, B. (2005). Teacher Induction in Catholic Schools. Catholic Education: A journal of inquiry and practice. 8(4), 499-512.

    Ralph, E.G. & Noonan, B.W. (2004).  Evaluating Teacher-Candidates’ Teaching in the Extended-Practicum. Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice, 14(1), 1-18.
               
    Tunison, S. & Noonan, B. (2003).  High school students’ first experience with on-line learning. Canadian Journal of Education, 26(4), 495-511

    Noonan, B. (2002). Interpretation panels and collaborative research. Brock Education, 12(1). 89-100.

    Noonan, B & Braun, B. (2001). Community response to problem behavior and school violence and problem behavior: A
    Case Study. Education and Society, 19(2), 69-82.

    Yackulic, R.A & Noonan, B. (2000). Measurement of the full scope of learning. A Pan-Canadian Education Research
    Agenda
    . Canadian Society for Studies in Education. Toronto. 73-89.

    Sackney, L., Noonan, B. & Miller, C. (2000). Leadership for educator wellness: An exploratory study. International Journal
    of Leadership in Education: Theory and Practice
    . 3(l) 41-56.

    Noonan, B., Tunney, K., Sarich, C. & Fogal, G. (1999). Developing student codes of conduct: A case for principal-parent partnership. School Psychology International. 20 (3) 289-299.

    Noonan, B., Hildebrand, D., & Yackulic, R.A. (1997). The relationship of early language skills and subsequent school achievement: A longitudinal study. Alberta Journal of Educational Research. XLIII (4) 254-257.

    Noonan, B., & McDonough, K.F. (1997 ). A board's mission statement. Catholic School Studies. 70 (1) 10-13.

    Noonan, B., Colleaux, J. & Yackulic, R.A. (1997). Two approaches to beginning reading in early french immersion. The Canadian Modem Language Review. 53 (4) 730-742. Noonan, B. (1996). The 5 A's of school success. The Canadian
    School Executive
    . 16 (1). 3-5.

    Noonan, B., & Yackulic, R.A. (1995). Implementing a comprehensive classroom assessment program. The Canadian
    School Executive. 14 (10) 6-12. Noonan, B. (1998). Saskatchewan Separate Schools. 2nd edition. St. Peters Press.

    PAPERS IN NON-REFEREED JOURNALS

    B. Noonan, 2000. The standards movement and Opportunity-to-Learn. University of Manitoba. Manitoba Council on Educational Leadership.

    Noonan, B. & Hanson, B. (1999). Can school-based teacher-leadership work? Education Canada. 38 (4).30-31 Canadian
    Education Association.

    Noonan, B., Hildebrand, D. & Yackulic, R.A. (1998). The effects of early oral language skills and subsequent school achievement. SSTA Research Center #98-06. Saskatchewan School Trustees' Association. Regina.

    Noonan, B. (1997, May). Focus groups: How and when to conduct them. CEA Newsletter. Canadian Education Association.
    Toronto.

    SUBMITTED FOR PUBLICATION / IN PREPARATION

    Noonan, B. with Scharf, M., Hallman, D., & Lyons, J. (editors). A history of education in Saskatchewan: Selected readings. UBC Press.