Teachers’ Attitudes and Experiences Regarding Death Education in the Classroom

  • Paraskevi Engarhos McGill University
  • Victoria Talwar McGill University
  • Michael Schleifer Université du Québec à Montréal
  • Sarah-Jane Renaud McGill University
Keywords: Death Education, Teacher Attitude, Teacher Experience, Student Discussion, Classroom Discussion.

Author Biographies

Paraskevi Engarhos, McGill University

Paraskevi Engarhos is a doctoral student in the School and Applied Child Psychology program in the Department of Educational Psychology at McGill University.


Victoria Talwar, McGill University

Dr. Victoria Talwar is an associate professor in the School and Applied Child Psychology program and Human Development program at McGill University.

 

Michael Schleifer, Université du Québec à Montréal

Dr. Michael Schleifer is a professor emeritus in the Faculty of Education at the Université du Québec à Montréal (Sections Foundations, Epistemology, and Educational Psychology).

Sarah-Jane Renaud, McGill University

Sarah-Jane Renaud is completing her doctorate in the School and Applied Child Psychology program in McGill University’s Education and Counselling Psychology Department.

Published
2013-12-15
Section
RESEARCH NOTES