Associate Professor

BA (Shandong, China); MEd, PhD (Alberta)

Dr. Linyuan Guo-Brennan is an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education, University of Prince Edward Island (UPEI), Canada. Her teaching and research focuses on international and comparative education, global citizenship education, teacher education, curriculum studies, international
development, and quantitative/interpretive research methodology.

Dr. Guo-Brennan is a scholar with extensive interdisciplinary interests and practical wisdoms. She has published extensively on comparative educational systems and curriculum traditions, global competence education in higher education, comprehensive internationalization in higher education, building
welcoming schools and communities to newcomers, curriculum reform and culturally responsive leadership, policy, curriculum and pedagogy.

Recent Publications

Building welcoming and inclusive schools for immigrant and refugee students: Policy, framework and promising praxis

Education, immigration and migration: Policy, leadership and praxis for a changing world, 2019

Critical pedagogy of discomfort in community-based learning: Kenyan students' experiences

Comparative and International Education = Éducation Comparee et Internationale, 2019

Civic capacity and engagement in building welcoming and inclusive communities for newcomers

Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship, 2018

Conducting hermeneutic research in international settings: Philosophical, practical, and ethical considerations

Journal of Applied Hermeneutics, 2017

Indigenous perspectives on community service-learning in higher education

International Journal of Research on Service-Learning and Community Engagement, 2017

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