Renate Kahlke


Publications & Presentations

Refereed Publications


Kahlke, R. & Eva. K. (Submitted). Constructing critical thinking: Discipline and difference.

In Press

Kahlke, R. & Taylor, A. (In press). The development of Community service-learning in Canada: One size does not fit all. In S. Buhler & N. Styvendale (Eds.), Community service-learning in Canada: Critical conversations. Regina, CA: University of Regina Press.


Taylor, A. & Kahlke, R. (2017). Institutional logics and community service learning in higher education. Canadian Journal of Higher Education, 47(1), 137-152.

Kahlke, R. (2017). The qualitative quality conversation [Peer commentary on “Shedding the cobra effect: Problematizing thematic emergence, triangulation, saturation and member checking,” by L. Varpio, R. Ajjawi, L. Monrouxe, B. O’Brien & C. Rees]. Medical Education, 51(1), 5-7.

Kahlke, R. (2015). Critical theory in educational administration: An overview of the field. In Burgess, D & Newton P, The theoretical foundations of educational administration (67-80). New York: Routledge.

Kahlke, R. (2014). Generic qualitative approaches: Pitfalls and benefits of methodological mixology. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 13, 37-52.

Paslawski, T., Kahlke, R., Hatch, T., Hall, M., McFarlane, L., Norton, B., Taylor, E., & King, S. (2014). Action, reflection, and evolution: a pilot implementation of interprofessional education across three rehabilitation disciplines. Journal of Research in Interprofessional Practice and Education, 4(2).

Kahlke, R. & White, J. (2013). Critical thinking in health sciences education: Considering “three waves.” Creative Education, 4(12A), 21-29. doi:10.4236/ce.2013.412A1004

King, S., Greidanus, E., Carbonaro, M., Drummond, J., Boechler, P. & Kahlke, R. (2010). Synchronous problem-based E-learning (ePBL) in interprofessional health science education. Journal of Interactive Online Learning, 9(2), 133-150.

King, S., Greidanus, E., Carbonaro, M., Drummond, J. & Kahlke, R. (2008). Creating virtual learning communities in an interprofessional health sciences context: The importance of synchronous interactions. In C. Bonk et al. (Eds.), Proceedings of World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare and Higher Education 2008 (pp. 2811-2817). Chesapeake, VA: AACE.

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