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1.0  Scholarly Books/Monographs Published

  1. Grover, S.C.(2013) The torture of children during armed conflicts: The ICC failure to prosecute and the negation of children's human dignity, Springer Publishing, 228 pages hardcover.  VIEW BOOK FLYER (See this Link to Book Stores - Chapters, Amazon, Waterstones, BARNES & NOBLE, TSO Online Bookshop, KRISOSTOMUS, FlipKart)

  2. Grover, S C. (2013) Humanity’s Children: ICC Jurisprudence and the Failure to Address the Genocidal Forcible Transfer of Children, Springer Publishing, 324 pages hardcover.  VIEW BOOK FLYER (See this Link to Book Stores - Chapters, Amazon, BARNES & NOBLE, KRISOSTOMUS, FlipKart )

  3. Grover, S.C. (2012) Child Soldier Victims of Genocidal Forcible Transfer: Exonerating  child soldiers charged with grave conflict-related international crimes, Springer Publishing, 320 pages hardcover. VIEW BOOK FLYER (See this Link to Book Stores - Chapters,  Amazon, BARNES & NOBLE,  FlipKart, KRISOSTOMUS, Lavoisier)

  4. Grover, S.C. (2011)  Schoolchildren as Propaganda Tools in the War on Terror: Violating the Rights of Afghani Children under International Law, Springer Publishing, 279 pages hardcover.  VIEW BOOK FLYER (See this Link to Book Stores - Chapters, Amazon,  BARNES & NOBLE, KRISOSTOMUS, FlipKart, TSO Online Bookshop)

  5. Grover, S.C. (2010) Young People’s Human Rights and the Politics of Voting Age, Comparative Perspectives on Law and Justice Series, Springer Publishing, 268 pages hardcover. VIEW BOOK FLYER (See this Link to Book Stores - Amazon, Chapters BARNES & NOBLE, KRISOSTOMUS, FlipKart, TSO Online Bookshop)

  6. Grover, S.C. (2010) The European Court of Human Rights as a Pathway to Impunity for International Crimes, Springer Publishing, 350 pages hardcover. VIEW BOOK FLYER (See this Link to Book Stores - Chapters,  Amazon, BARNES & NOBLE, Lavoisier, KRISOSTOMUS, FlipKart, Tower Books, TSO Online Bookshop)

  7. Grover, S.C. (2009) Prosecuting International Crimes and Human Rights Abuses Committed Against Children, Springer Publishing, 1132 pages hardcover. VIEW BOOK FLYER  (See this Link to Book Stores - Chapters,  Amazon,  TSO Online Bookshop, BARNES & NOBLE, Lavoisier, KRISOSTOMUS,  FlipKart, Tower Books)

  8. Grover S.C. (2008)  The Child’s Right to Legal Standing, Butterworths Canada   (Lexis Nexis Canada), 327 pages. VIEW BOOK FLYER   (See Link to Book Stores - Amazon)

  9. Grover, S.C. (2007) Children’s Human Rights: Challenging Global Barriers to the Child Liberation Movement,  Original Ideas in Law and Jurisprudence Monograph Series, Sandstone Academic Press, 342 pages. VIEW BOOK FLYER  (See Link to Book Stores - Amazon)

  10. Grover, S.C. (1983) The Analysis of Human Behavior : A Psychological Laboratory Manual, New York: Irvington Publishers. (See Link to Book Stores - Amazon)

  11. Grover, S.C. (1981) The Cognitive Basis of the Intellect: A Response to Jensen's "Bias In Mental Testing", Washington: University Press of America. (See Link to Book Stores - Amazon) 

  12. Grover, S.C. (1981) Toward a Psychology of The Scientist: Implications of Psychological Research For Contemporary Philosophy of Science, Washington: University Press of America. (See Link to Book Stores - Amazon)  

 

1.1 Articles Published in Double Blind Refereed Journals

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  1. Stock, R. and Grover, S. (2013). Critical Reflection in the Secondary Classroom: Incorporating Indigenous Content in an Anti-Oppression Framework. International Journal of  Children’s Rights , Vol. 21(4), 629-645.

  2. Grover, S. C. (2013) Child Soldiers as Victims of ‘Genocidal Forcible Transfer’: Darfur and Syria as Case Examples. International Journal of Human Rights   Vol. 17(3), 411-427.

  3. Grover, S.C. (2011) Victims’ Recourse to Article 7(2) of the European Convention When States Parties Fail to Prosecute their Nationals for International Crimes. Original Law Review Vol. 7(1), 1-15.

  4. Grover, S.C. (2011) The Lebensborn children of Norway (children born of Nazi fathers during WWII) and the silencing of their voices by an international human rights court: An analysis of the 2007 European Court of Human Rights decision in Werner Hermann Thiermann and others v. Norway. International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences  Vol. 5(8), 25-36.

  5. Grover, S.C. (2011) The Supreme Court of Canada’s Declining of Its Jurisdiction in Not Ordering the Repatriation of a Canadian Guantanamo Detainee: Implications of the Case for Our Understanding of International Humanitarian Law. The International Journal of Human Rights Vol. 15(3), 481-508.

  6. Grover, S.C. (2010) Implicit Informal Qualitative Research Processes Embedded in Legal Proceedings: A Case Example. Journal of the Canadian Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Vol. 19(1), 26 -31.

  7. Grover, S.C. (2009) Child Rape as a Crime Against Humanity: Challenging the United States Supreme Court Reasoning in Kennedy v Louisiana. International Journal of Human Rights , Vol. 13(5), 668-679.

  8. Grover, S.C. (2009) Child Victims of International Crimes as 'Victim Participants" at the International Criminal Court at The Hague: The Psychological Implications of Their Search for Justice. The International Journal of Inter-Disciplinary Social Sciences, Vol. 4 (1), 295-304.

  9. Grover, S.C. (2009) Canada’s Refusal to Repatriate a Canadian Citizen from Guantanamo Bay as a Violation of the Humanitarian Values Underlying the Principle of Non- Refoulement: A Reanalysis of the Reasoning in Omar Ahmed Khadr v The Prime Minister of Canada et al. 2009 FC 405. High Court Quarterly Review, Vol. 5 (2), 42-48.

  10. Grover, S.C. (2009) A Response to Bagaric and Allan’s “The Vacuous Concept of Dignity”, International Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 13(4), 615-622.

  11. Grover, S.C. (2008) Responding to the Angst of Some Academic Feminists Regarding the  Children’s Human Rights Movement International Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 6(2), 1-8.

  12. Grover, S.C. (2008) The Extraterritorial Application of the Canadian Charter to Detainees in Canadian Military Custody: A re-examination of the Federal Court of Canada case Amnesty International Canada v. Canada (Canadian Forces) [2008] F.C.J. No. 356; 2008 FC 336, High Court Quarterly Review, Vol. 4(3), 40-53.

  13. Grover, S.C. (2008) ‘Child Soldiers’ as ‘Non-Combatants’: The Inapplicability of the Refugee Convention Exclusion Clause. International Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 12 (1), 53-65.

  14. Grover, S.C. (2008) On Why Post-Modern Social Science Attacks on Universal Children’s Rights Fail, Original Law Review, Vol. 4(2), 61-67.

  15. Grover, S.C. (2008) Perceptions Linking Self-Advocacy and Better Mental Health: Psychotherapeutic Implications, International Journal of Interdisciplinary Social Sciences Vol. 3(1), 37-45.

  16. Grover, S.C. (2007) The education rights of street-involved children, Brock Education , Vol. 16(2), 21-28.

  17. Grover, S.C. (2007) Gender Bias in Judicial Decisions Concerning IVF and Embryo Implantation: Evans v The United Kingdom  (Grand Chamber of the European Court of Human Rights) as a Case in Point The Original Law Review , Vol. 3 (3), 86-98.

  18. Grover, S.C. (2007) Co-opting Children’s Rights Language: An Example Concerning the Topic of Sexual Exploitation of Adolescents, International Journal of the Humanities , Vol. 5 (2), 53-59.

  19. Grover, S.C. (2007) The Service Provider's Duty of Care to Children and Families in the Child Protection Context: Challenging the Supreme Court of Canada’s 2007 Decision in Syl Apps Secure Treatment Center v B.D.  Murdoch E Law journal, Vol. 14 (2), 11-27.

  20. Grover, S.C. (2007) Age Discrimination and the Disabled Child in the Educational Context: A Canadian Court Case Example. International Journal of Learning, Vol.14(1), 177-181.

  21. Grover, S.C. (2007) Generalizing the Mother’s Property Interest in the Fetus to the Child After Birth: Implications  for Children’s Fundamental Human Rights. The Original Law Review  Vol. 4 (2), 48-56.

  22. Grover, S.C. (2007) Mental Health Professionals as Pawns in Oppressive Practices: A Case Example Concerning Psychologists’ Involvement in the Denial of Education Rights to Roma/Gypsy Children. Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry, Vol.9 (1),15-25.

  23. Grover, S.C. (2007) It’s a Crime: Re-Examining the Successful Use of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder as a Defense to Child Sexual Assault in the Canadian Case R v Borsch. Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry, Vol.9 (1), 5-13.

  24. Grover, S.C. (2007) Children’s Right to be Educated for Tolerance: Minority Rights and Inclusion. Education and the Law, Vol. 19 (1), 59-70.

  25. Grover, S.C. (2007) A response to K.A. Bentley’s ‘Can There Be Any Universal Children’s Rights. International Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 11 (4), 429-443. 

  26. Grover, S.C. (2007) Children as Chattel of the State: Deconstructing the concept of sex trafficking. The International Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 11 (3), 291-305.

  27. Grover, S.C. (2006) Children’s Right to be Protected From Adult Predatory Speech on the World Wide Web, Original Law Review Vol. 2(3), 80-90.

  28. Grover, S.C. (2006) Children’s Rights as Ground Zero in the Debate on the Universality of Human Rights: The Child Marriage Issue as a Case Example. Original Law Review, Vol.2, No.2, 72-79.

  29. Grover, S.C. (2006) The Right to Minority Language Public School Education as a Function of the Equality   Guarantee: A reanalysis of the Gosselin Supreme Court of Canada Charter case. Education and the Law, Vol. 18(4), 283-294.

  30. Grover, S.C. (2006) The Right of the Child to be Heard in Education Litigation: An Analysis of the ‘Intelligent Design’ Pennsylvania Case on the Separation of Church and State in the Public Schools. Education and the Law, Vol. 18 (No.2-3), 149-160.

  31. Grover, S.C. (2006) Denying the right of trafficked children to be classed as Convention refugees: The Canadian case example. International Journal of Children’s Rights, Vol. 14, 235-249.

  32. Grover, S.C. (2006) Age-specific status offences as a violation of children’s rights: A U.S. Court of Appeals Case Example. Murdoch University Electronic Journal of Law, Vol. 13 (No.1).

  33. Grover, S.C. (2006) Legal theory as ethical principle in children’s rights: On the need for a universal human rights perspective. The International Journal of the Humanities, Vol. 3 [Online]: http://www.Humanities-Journal.com.

  34. Grover, S. C. (2006) The place of empathy in social science research. The International Journal of Learning, Vol. 12. [Online]:http://www.Learning-Journal.com.

  35. Grover, S.C. (2005) The Systemic Persecution of Street Children as a Crime against Humanity: Implications for their Right to Asylum. Journal of Migration and Refugee Issues. Vol. 1 (No.4), 118-130.

  36. Grover, S.C. (2005) Democracy and the notwithstanding clause of the Canadian Charter: Are They Compatible? International Journal of Human Rights, Vol. 9(4), 479-490

  37. Grover, S.C. (2005) Advocacy by children as a causal factor promoting resilience. Childhood: a Global Journal of Child Research, Vol. 12(4), 527-538.

  38. Grover, S.C. (2005) The views of youth on their educational rights: A case study of secondary school students from two Northern Ontario high schools. Learning Environments Research, 8, 177-193.

  39. Grover, S.C. (2005) Challenging statutory limitations to children’s education rights: A reanalysis of the Canadian Supreme Court decision in Auton  Education and the Law , Vol. 17, No.1-2, 43-52.

  40. Grover, S.C. (2005) The equality and liberty rights of the destitute: A Canadian case example. The International Journal of Minority and Group Rights, Vol. 12(1), 43-61. 

  41. Grover, S.C. (2005) What’s human rights got to do with it? The SSHWC proposed changes to ethics policy for social sciences and humanities research. Journal of Academic Ethics, Vol.2, No.3, 249-262. 

  42. Grover, S.C. (2005) Reification of psychiatric diagnosis as defamatory: Implications for ethical clinical practice. Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry: An International Journal of Critical Inquiry, Vol. 7(1), 75-84.

  43. Grover, S.C. (2005) Pushing under 18s onto the street: A Canadian Charter analysis of Ontario’s welfare-to-work scheme. International Journal of Human Rights Vol. 9(1), 37-48.

  44. Grover, S.C. (2004) On recognizing children’s universal rights: What needs to change in the Convention on the Rights of the Child. International Journal of Children’s Rights, Vol. 12(3), 259-271. 

  45. Grover, S.C. (2004) The Impact of Perceived Domestic Public Opinion on Judicial Interpretation: A Commentary on Canadian Foundation for Children, Youth and the Law v. Canada Attorney General. Murdoch University Electronic Journal of Law Vol. 11(1) (Editorial review) 

  46. Grover, S.C. (2004) Did I make the grade? Ethical issues in the psychological assessment of pre-adoptive children. Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry: An International Journal of Critical Inquiry, Vol.6(2),125-133. 

  47. Grover, S.C. (2004) Nowhere to turn: The Supreme Court of Canada’s denial of a governmental fiduciary duty to children abused in foster care. International Journal of Children’s Rights, Vol. 12(2), 105-121. 

  48. Grover, S.C. (2004) Advocating for children’s rights as an aspect of professionalism: The role of frontline workers and children’s rights commissions. Child and Youth Care Forum, 33(6), 405-423.  

  49. Grover, S.C. (2004) Democratizing education: A theoretical case example of innovative pedagogy with street children. Journal of Children and Poverty, Vol. 10(2), 119-130. 

  50. Grover, S.C. (2004) Secondary education as a universal human right. Education and the Law, Vol. 16(1), 21-30.

  51. Grover, S.C. (2004) Why won't they listen to us? On Giving Power and Voice to Children Participating in Social Research. Childhood: A global journal of child research. Vol. 11(1), 81-93. 

  52. Grover, S.C. (2004) Oppression of Children Intellectualized as Free Expression: A Reanalysis of the Sharpe Possession of Child Pornography Case. International Journal of Children’s Rights, Vol. 11 (4), 311-331. 

  53. Grover, S.C. (2004) The child as human rights defender: Implications for peace education. International Journal of Learning  Vol. 11, 1-6

  54. Grover, S.C. (2003) On the Limits of Parental Proxy Consent: Children's Right to Non-Participation in Non-Therapeutic Research. Journal of Academic Ethics,Vol. 1(4), 1-35. 

  55. Grover, S.C. (2003) Negating the Child’s Inclusive Right to Security of the Person: A Charter Analysis of the s. 43 Canadian Criminal Code Defense to Corporal Punishment of a Minor. Murdoch University Electronic Journal of  Law,Vol.10(4).

  56. Grover, S.C. (2003) Privative clauses in special education legislative schemes: Are they constitutional under the Canadian Charter? Education and the Law, Vol. 15(2/3), 157-169.

  57. Grover, S.C. (2003) The Psychological Dimension of Informed Consent: Dissonance Processes in Genetic Testing. Journal of Genetic Counseling, Vol. 12(5), 389- 403.

  58. Almqvist, E.W., Brinkman, R.R., Wiggins, S., Hayden, M. (co-author Grover, S.C. as part of the Canadian Collaborative Research Team (2003) Psychological Consequences and Predictors of Adverse Events in the First Five Years After Predictive Testing for Huntington Disease. Clinical Genetics, Vol. 64 (4), 300-309.  

  59. Grover, S.C. (2003) When Special Needs Categories for Exceptional Students Overlap Mental Health Diagnoses: The Canadian Experience and its Charter Implications. Education and the Law, Vol. 15 (1), 47-57. 

  60. Grover, S.C. (2003) Social Research in the Advancement of Children's Rights. Journal of Academic Ethics, vol.1(2), p.1-12.  

  61. Grover, S.C. (2003) On Power Differentials and Children’s Rights: A Dissonance Interpretation of the Rind and Associates (1998) Study on Child Sexual Abuse. Ethical Human Sciences and Services: An International Journal of Critical Inquiry, Vol. 5 (1), p. 21-33. 

  62. Grover, S.C. (2003) Normalizing Social Inequity Through High-Stakes Educational Testing: The Ontario Secondary School Literacy Test as a Case Example. The International Journal of Learning, Vol. 10, 551-565. 

  63. Grover, S.C. (2002) Psychologist as Child Advocate: Ethical and Legal Issues in the Clinical Context. University of Cincinnati Law Review, Vol. 71, Issue 1, p.43- 70.

  64. Grover, S.C. (2002) Conduct Disordered Behavior as an Adaptive Response to Stress. Ethical Human Sciences and Services: An International Journal of Critical Inquiry, Volume 4, Number 3, 1-6. 

  65. Grover, S.C. (2002) Whatever Happened to Canadian Children's Equality Rights? A reconsideration of the Eaton special education case. Education and the Law, Vol. 14(4) 253-263.  

  66. Grover, S.C. (2002) On Meeting Canada's Charter Obligations to Street Youth. The International Journal of Children's Rights, Vol. 10 (4) 313-344.  

  67. Grover, S.C. (2002) Why Aren't These Youngsters In School? Meeting Canada's Charter Obligations to Disadvantaged Adolescents. The International Journal of Children's Rights, Vol. 10, 1-37.  

  68. Benjamin, C. et al. (1994) Proceed With Care: Direct Predictive Testing For Huntington Disease. Am. J. Hum. Genetics , 55, 605-617. (Grover, S.C. co-author as part of the National Collaborative Research Team on the Canadian Huntingtons Predictive Testing Study)

  69. Babul, R. et al. (1993) Attitude Toward Predictive Testing After Cloning of the Huntington Disease Gene: Relevance for Other Adult Onset Disorders. Journal of the American Medical Association , 270, 2321-2325. (Dr. Grover is co-author as part of the National Collaborative Research Team on the Canadian Huntingtons Predictive Testing Study headed by Dr. Michael Hayden, Department of Medical Genetics, University of British Columbia, Center of Scientific Excellence). 

  70. Grover, S.C. and Bamforth, J.S. (1989) Intellectual Competence in a Girl with Langer Giedion Syndrome ( tricho-rhino-phalangeal syndrome type 11). American Journal of Medical Genetics,  34, 456-457. 

  71. Grover, S.C. (1987) Level of Planning Skills as a Predictor of Variations in Computer Competency among Intellectually Gifted and Non Gifted Children. Journal of Educational Research, Jan/Feb, Vol. 80, No. 3, 173-178. 

  72. Grover, S.C. (1986) A Field Study of the Use of Cognitive-Developmental Principles in Microcomputer Design for Young Children. Journal of Educational Research, July/August, Vol.79, No.6, 325-332. 

  73. Grover, S.C. (1986) English for Life and Work: Continuing Education. Optical Information Systems, Sept/Oct , Vol. 6, No. 5, 376-386. 

  74. Fry, P. and Grover, S.C. (1983) An Exploration of the Child's Perspective: Children’s Perceptions of Parental Treatment, Personal Anxiety and Attributions of Blame in Single Parent Families. Journal of Psychiatric Treatment and Evaluation, Vol.5, 353-362. 

  75. Grover, S.C. (1982) A Reevaluation of the Introspection Controversy: Additional Considerations. Journal of General Psychology, Vol. 106, 205-212. 

  76. Fry, P. and Grover, S.C. (1982) Cognitive Appraisal of Life Stress and Depression in the Elderly: A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Asians and Caucasians, International Journal of Psychology, Vol. 17, 437-454. 

  77. Fry, P. and Grover, S.C. (1982) Relationship Between Father Absence and Children's Social Problem Solving Competencies. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, Vol. 3, 105-120. 

  78. Grover, S.C. (1982) Commentary on Ron Westrum A Crypto-Science and Social Intelligence About Anomalies, Zetetic Scholar: Journal of the Center for Scientific Anomalies Research, December, No. 10, 119-120. 

  79. Grover, S.C. (1981) Learning Disabilities: Cause For Concern. Canada's Mental Health, Vol.29, No.3, 19-20.

  80. Grover, S.C. (1981) Informal Assessment of Memory and Metamemory Skills. Special Education in Canada, Spring Vol.55, No.3, 22-24.

  81. Grover, S.C. (1981) Case Studies of Creative Speech in Aphasic Children. Journal of Psychiatric Treatment and Evaluation, Vol.3, 373-379. 

  82. Grover, S.C. (1980) An Examination of Kohlberg's Cognitive Developmental Model of Morality. Journal of Genetic Psychology, Vol. 136, 137-143. 

  83. Grover, S.C. (1979) The Application of Prior Knowledge to the Interpretation of Text. Journal of General Psychology, Vol. 101, 271-278. 

  84. Grover, S.C. and Fowler, W. (1979) Hypothesis Formation as a Facilitator of Conceptual Development. Canadian Journal of Behavioral Science, Vol.2, No.1, 53-63. 

  85. Grover, S.C. (1977) The Implications of Quantification for Psychological Research and Educational Practice. Interchange, December, 70-71. 

  86. Grover, S.C. and MacIntyre, L. (1976)  Reading Help for New Canadians. Orbit, December, Vol. 7(5) 9.

 

1.2  Articles Published in Double Blind Refereed Conference Proceedings

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  1. Grover, S.C. (2003) Human Rights Considerations in Academic Research with Vulnerable Groups: A Case    Analysis . Proceedings of the UNESCO International Conference on Teaching and Learning for Intercultural Understanding, Human Rights and a Culture of Peace, June 15-18, 2003 Jyväskylä Finland , UNESCO Proceedings Publication.

  2. Grover, S.C. (2003) Challenging Oppressive Speech in Academia: A Human Rights Analysis. Proceedings of the UNESCO International Conference on Teaching and Learning for Intercultural Understanding, Human Rights and  a Culture of Peace, June 15-18, 2003 Jyväskylä Finland, UNESCO Proceedings Publication. 

  3. Grover, S.C. (1982) On Changing the Logic of Proposed Logics of Scientific Discovery. Proceedings of the Fourth Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science. Society.Ann Arbour, Michigan, U.S.A., August. 

 

1.3 Book Chapters/Papers Published in Edited Series

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  1. Grover, S.C. (2009) Reification of psychiatric diagnosis as defamatory: Implications for ethical clinical practice. In E. Gambrill (Ed.), Social work ethics: The international library of essays in public and professional ethics series. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing. [reprint]

  2. Grover, S.C. (2009) Did I make the grade? Ethical issues in the psychological assessment of pre-adoptive children. In E. Gambrill (Ed.), Social work ethics: The international library of essays in public and professional ethics series. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing. [reprint]

  3. Grover, S.C. (2007) Homeless Children and Street Involved Children in Canada  (Chapter 13, pp. 437-467). In  K. Covell and B. Howe (Eds.). A Question of Commitment: Children's Rights in Canada Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier Press.

  4. Grover, S.C. (2007) On  the Rights of Refugee Children and Child Asylum –Seekers (Chapter 14, pp. 469-512). In K. Covell and B. Howe (Eds.). A Question of Commitment: Children's Rights in Canada Waterloo: Wilfred Laurier Press.

  5. Grover, S.C. (2003) On Power Differentials and Childrens Rights: A Dissonance Interpretation of the Rind and Associates (1998) Study on Child Sexual Abuse. Ethical Human Sciences and Services: An International Journal of Critical Inquiry, 5 (1), p. 21-33. In J. W. White (Ed.) (2006) Taking Sides: Clashing Views in Gender (3rd ed.), Contemporary Learning Series, New York: McGraw-Hill Publishing [reprint].

     

1.4  Published Book Reviews                   

  1. Grover, S.C. (1982)  Review of A Treatment of Hyperactive and Learning Disabled Children: Current Research@ by R.M. Knight and D.J. Bakker (Eds.), University Park press, 1980, Journal of Educational Thought, December, Vol. 16, No. 3, 232-234.

  2. Grover, S.C. (1981) Review of A Research in the Language Arts @ by V. Froese and S.B. straw (Eds.), University Park Press, Journal of Reading Canada.

 

1.5  A Curriculum for Teaching Children’s Rights and Peace Education –Series Books in Print

  109-134 Grover, S.C. (2005) A Curriculum for Teaching Children’s Rights and Peace Education through Poetry. The curriculum materials currently consist of three series with a total of 26 books available to date. The individual books each contain stories in poetry format for children on various children’s rights and peace themes. These 26 books constitute a curriculum on teaching children’s rights and peace education using children’s poetry. Each book links to various articles in the Convention on the Rights of the Child. The stories in poetry format are Dr. Grover's own and are positive, uplifting and inspiring with humor. The books deal with issues such as equality, social justice and democracy, children’s rights, and conflict resolution. Each book, aside from the children's reading story, is also a self-contained unit with children’s glossary, key concepts introduced, the Convention on the Rights of the Child in Child Friendly Language, and Discussion Questions. (Note that these 26 books in the various series are self-published by Grover Children’s Rights and Peace Education Publishers). The books can be used in flexible ways with different age groups to teach about children’s rights and also to build literacy.

 

1.6 Consult Reports

  1. Grover, S.C. (2007) Consult report on the CIDA project “Improving Services to Youth at Risk in the Russian Federation” (Project No. Z20593) submitted to and accepted by AUCC. The 44 page report provides recommendations regarding the design of the baseline and monitoring study and recommendations regarding 77 assessment measures to be used in the monitoring study.

1.7  Technical Reports

  1. Grover S.C. (1996) Psychology 456 (Introduction to Personality) Phase 111 Report. Prepared for Athabasca University. Design and content of a new fourth year course in personality, instructional design strategy, budget costs to deliver the course for distance education.

  2. Grover, S.C. (1985) Cognitive-Developmental Principles in Microcomputer Software Design for Young Children. Prepared for the Planning and Research Branch, Access Network (Alberta Government Educational Television Network).

  3. Grover, S.C. (1985) Effectiveness of Interactive Videodisc in Teaching English as a Second Language. Prepared for the Planning and Research Branch, Access Network (Alberta Government Educational Television Network)

  4. Grover, S.C. (1985) Psychological Perspectives on Television Programming for Children and Adolescents. Prepared for the Planning and Research Branch, Access Network (Alberta Government Educational Television Network)

  5. Grover, S.C. (1984) The Ratio of Spontaneous to Imitative Speech as a Predictor of Treatment Outcome for Severely Language Impaired Children. Study Conducted at Alberta Children's Hospital (Calgary, Canada). Unpublished report.

     

 



 

 

 

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