WILSON, J. Donald




Author Tags: Education

J. Donald Wilson is an award-winning UBC Education faculty professor who was born in Hamilton, Ontario in 1936 and first came to Vancouver in 1968.

Review of the author's work by BC Studies:
Schooling and Society in 20th Century British Columbia

BOOKS:

Canadian Education: A History, edited by J. Donald Wilson, R.M. Stamp and L.P. Audet (Prentice-Hall, 1970)

The Best of Time, The Worst of Times: Issues in Contemporary Canadian Education, edited by H.A. Stevenson, R.M. Stamp and J. Donald Wilson (Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1972)

Aspects of Nineteenth Century Ontario: Essays in Honour of J.J. Talman, edited by F.H. Armstrong, H.A. Stevenson and J. Donald Wilson (UTP, 1974)

Precepts, Policy and Process: Perspectives on Contemporary Canadian Education, edited by H.A. Stevenson and J. Donald Wilson (Alexander, Blake Associates, 1977)

Schooling and Society in Twentieth Century British Columbia, edited by J. Donald Wilson and D.C. Jones (Detselig, 1980)

Canadian Education in the 1980s, edited by J. Donald Wilson (Detselig, 1981). First chapter by J. Donald Wilson.

An Imperfect Past: Education and Society in Canadian History, edited by J. Donald Wilson (UBC Curriculum Centre, 1984)

Schools in the West: Education and Society in Canadian History, edited by N.M. Sheehan, J. Donald Wilson and D.C. Jones (Detselig, 1986)

Quality in Canadian Public Education: A Critical Assessment, edited by H.A. Stevenson and J. Donald Wilson (Falmer, 1988)

Children, Teachers and Schools in the History of British Columbia, edited by Jean Barman, Neil Sutherland and J. Donald Wilson (Detselig, 1995)

[BCBW 2003] "Education"