- Janzen, M. D., & Phelan, A. (2015). The emotional toll of obligation and teachers’ disengagement from the profession. The Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 61(3), 1-4.
- Janzen, M. D., & Cranston, J. (2015). Motivations and experiences of teachers in a northern Manitoba community. The Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 61(2), 166-183.
- Janzen, M. D. (2015, Published online August 22, 2014). (Re)searching methods: Reading fiction in literary response groups. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 28(8), 989-1004.
- Janzen, M. D. (2015, Published online July 7, 2014). “Free yourself, sister!”: Teacher identity, subjection, and the psyche. Asia-Pacific Journal of Teacher Education. 43(2), 117-127.
- Janzen, M. D. (2014). Teacher becoming: The significance of difficult moments. In L. Thomas (Ed.), Becoming teacher: Sites for teacher development. The Canadian Association for Teacher Education, pp. 235-257. E-book published by Canadian Association for Teacher Education at https://sites.google.com/site/cssecate/fall-working-conference.
- Janzen, M. D. (2013). The aporia of undecideability and the responsibility of teacher. Teaching Education, 24(4), 381-394.
- Janzen, M. D. (2010). Book review: Beyond quality in early childhood education and care: Languages of evaluation (2nd ed.), by Gunilla Dahlberg, P. Moss and A. Pence. Early Years: An International Research Journal, 30(1), 95–101.
- Janzen, M. D. (2008). Where is the (postmodern) child in early childhood education research? Early Years: An International Journal of Research and Development, 28(3), 287-298.
- Janzen, M. D. (2008). Repressive myths and childhood fables: An analysis of (in?)appropriate practice. Policy and Practice in Education, 14(1,2), 85-100.
- Janzen, M. D. (2008). The women of Agabagaya: Education and post-development theory. Canadian Journal of Education, Special Edition: Gender Issues, 31(1), 8-31.
- Janzen, M. D., & Cranston, J. (June 27, 2016). What a diversity admission policy really means. University Affairs. http://www.universityaffairs.ca/opinion/in-my-opinion/challenges-implementing-diversity-admissions-policy/.
- Janzen, M. D. (2016, February 16). Analysis: Teachers who look like everyone: U of M's diversity program designed to create a welcoming school system. Winnipeg Free Press, pp. A7. Retrievable from http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/opinion/analysis/teachers-who-look-like-everyone-368917451.html
- Janzen, M. D. (2015, April 7). Analysis: The rights of the child wards of the state are human beings, too. Winnipeg Free Press, pp. A7. Retrievable from http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/opinion/analysis/the-rights-of-the-child-298858501.html
- Janzen, M. D. and Cranston, J. (2014, August 8). Analysis: Rights school offers new perspectives. Winnipeg Free Press, pp. A7. Retrievable from http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/opinion/analysis/rights-school-offers-new-perspectives-269933031.html
- Janzen, M. D. (Sept. 2016). Enacting in/equity through policy: Engaging kids in care. Manitoba ASCD Reflections.
- Janzen, M. D. (Forthcoming, Fall 2016). Seeking diversity at UM’s Faculty of Education: “Because it’s 2016”, Manitoba Association of School Superintendents (MASS) Journal.
- Janzen, M. D., & Cranston, J. (2015). Exploring the past, present and future stories of human rights. ASCD Reflections, 15(Summer), 12-14.
- Janzen, M. D., & Cranston, J. (April/May 2015). Program success: A “new world order”: Teaching and Leading for human rights education. The Manitoba Teacher, Manitoba Teachers’ Society.
- Janzen, M. D. (2014). Beyond schools: Connecting teacher candidates to our community. Manitoba ASCD Reflections, 14(Summer), 39-43.
- Janzen, M. D. (2009). Image of the child: Reconsidering those with special rights. Manitoba Association for Resource Teachers Journal, 29(1).
- Janzen, M. D. (2008). To make knowledge differently: A risky endeavour. The Canadian Association for Studies of Women in Education, Newsletter, 18(2).
- Janzen, M. D. (2008). Tied up in ‘nots’: Identity and being a graduate student. The Canadian Association for Studies of Women in Education, Newsletter, 18(1).
- Janzen, M. D. (2007). Conversations as a pedagogical force. The Canadian Association for Studies of Women in Education, Newsletter, 17(Dec).
- Janzen, M. D., & Stuart, A. (2006). Using physical space in early years classrooms to enhance literacy development: The hows and whys. Reading Manitoba, 27(1), 11-14.
- Janzen, M. D., & Stuart, A. (2006). Looking through a lens of constructivism: Multiage teachers explore the art of photography and artist Andy Goldsworthy. Manitoba Association for Art Education, Oct/Nov, 10-12.
- Janzen, M. D., & Stuart, A. (2008). A day at Kildonan Park: Art, photography and Andy Goldsworthy. Teaching Today for Tomorrow, Spring, 18-27.
- Janzen, M. D. (2005). Guided reading: A good idea gone bad? A closer look at the role of guided reading in a balanced literacy program. Reading Manitoba, 25(3), 6-9.
- Janzen, M. D. (1991). Standards testing in grade three: A success? English Quarterly. 31(3&4), 4-11.
Manuscripts in Progress
- Cranston, J. & Janzen, M. D. (Under review). A collaborative inquiry approach to teach about, through and for human rights. The Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. 34 pages.
- Janzen, M. D., & Schwartz, K. (under review). "Behaving badly: Critiquing the discourses of “children” and their (mis)behaviours". Curriculum Inquiry. 35 pages.
- Janzen, M. D. (in progress). Beyond schools: Community-based practicums as potential spaces of disruption. 26 pages.