AXIS: Journal of Lasallian Higher Education

VOL 14, NO 2 (2023)

Section I: Original Scholarly and Creative Works

A Brief Chronicle of Forty-Six General Chapters of the Institute of the Brothers of the Christian Schools
William Mann, FSC, D.Min.

Growing More Than Plants in the Reverend Henry Rivera Community Garden
Jeff Cherubini, Ph.D., and Christie González-Toro, Ph.D.

Building a Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Community of Practice to Reinforce Lasallian Values
Dana Bitetti, Ph.D., Laurel L. Byrne, Ed.D., Tara D. Carr-Lemke, Ph.D., Janet L. Fierson, Ph.D., Charles J. Fornaciari, Ph.D., Julie C. Hill, Ph.D., Ryan S. Husak, Ph.D., and Megan E. Pierce, Ph.D.

Oral History as a Lasallian Research Method: A Case Study of the District of Antilles during a Revolutionary Era
Lisa Jarvinen, Ph.D.

Developing a Global Competence among Pre-Service Teachers in a Bilingual Class through the Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) Program
Dennis Magbanua, FSC, Ph.D., Leonor Cremayer, M.A., and Rogelio dela Cruz, Jr., M.A.

Make the Peripheries Our Place: Words of the Superior General and the Vicar General at Encuentro 2022
Armin Luistro FSC, Ph.D. and Carlos Gómez-Restrepo, FSC, Ed.D.

An Audacious Journey: Opening and Closing Messages at the 3rd AIMEL
Armin Luistro FSC, Ph.D. and Carlos Gómez-Restrepo, FSC, Ed.D.

Section III: Annotations

Diane Spurlock Jarrell
“Successful Intervention and Resultant School Success for Economically Disadvantaged, Academically Able Middle School Children of Color”
EdD dissertation, Teachers College – Columbia University, 1994. 434 pp.

Dennis M. Magbanua, FSC
“Accompervising: A Grounded Theory on the Lasallian Supervision of De La Salle Supervised Schools in the Philippines”
PhD dissertation, De La Salle University – Dasmariñas, 2015. 228 pp.

David Louis Caretti, FSC
“Ownership, Control, Sponsorship, and Trusteeship: Governance Relationships within Private Catholic Religious-Sponsored Secondary Schools in the United States”
Ed.D. dissertation, University of San Francisco, 2013. 327 pp.

ISSN: 2151-2515
© Christian Brothers Conference 2023.