Refereed Journal Articles

  • Korteweg, L., Fiddler, T., Bissell, A., Primavesi, L., Clarke, M., & Moon, M. (2014). Circles of hope in mainstream teacher education,  Creating Circles of Hope in Teacher Educaiton. Sudbury: Laurentian E-Press. 
  • Korteweg, L. and Oakley, J. (2014). Eco-heroes out of place and relations: Deconstructing the colonial narratives of Into the Wild and Grizzly Man through Land education. Environmental Education Research. 20 (1), 131-143.http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13504622.2013.865117
  • Higgins, M., Madden, B., and L. Korteweg (March, 2013). Witnessing (the lack of) deconstruction: White teachers' ˜perfect strangers™ stance in urban Aboriginal education. Race, Ethnicity, Education. DOI:10.1080/13613324.2012.759932
  • Madden, B., Higgins, M., and L. Korteweg (July, 2013). Role models can't just be on
    posters:  Re/membering Barriers to Indigenous Community Engagement. Canadian Journal of Education (Special Issue on Land-based Aboriginal Education), 36 (2), 212-247.
  • Korteweg, L. Guest Editor. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education #17 (December 2012). Special Issue Introduction (with C. Russell): Decolonizing + Indigenizing = Moving Environmental Education Towards Reconciliation (pp. 5-14).

  • Korteweg, L. (2010). Lakehead Public Schools’ Urban Aboriginal Education Review and Research. Final Report to the Council of Ontario Directors of Education (CODE), Aboriginal Education office, Ministry of Education. 

  • Korteweg, L., Gonzalez, I., & Guillet, J. (2010). The stories are the people and the land: three educators respond to environmental teachings in Indigenous children's literature. Environmental Education Research Journal16 (3), 227-246. 

  • Korteweg, L. (2007). Why environmental education should heed open-access technologies. Canadian Journal of Environmental Education, 12, 175-182. 

  • Korteweg, L. & Mitchell, J. (2006). Increasing the value of research through teacher professional virtual learning environments (VLEs). In J. Weiss et al. (Eds.). The International Handbook of Virtual Learning Environments. (International Handbook Series). Amsterdam: Springer. 

Chapters in Books

  • Korteweg, L., Gonzalez, I., & Guillet, J. (2011). The stories are the people and the land: Three educators respond to environmental teachings in Indigenous children's literature. In A. Cutter-MacKenzie & A. Reid (Eds.). Experiencing Environment and Place through Children's Literature. New York: Taylor & Francis (Routledge).

  • Korteweg, L. (2014). Representations 1.0, 2.0, 3.0. In A. Reid, P. Hart, M. Peters (Eds.). Companion to Research in Education. London, UK: Springer Publications. (559-568)

  • Korteweg, L., Fiddler, T., Bissell, A., Primavesi, L., Clarke, M., Moon, M. (2014). Circles of Hope in Indigenizing Mainstream Teacher Education. In Creating Circles of Hope in Teacher Education (e-book). Ontario Teachers Federation and the Ontario Association of Deans of Education.