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This is a transcript of Episode 3, 'A perspective on ‘thinking’ (and why it is important for metacognition)' from my Podcast 'The Metacognition Channel' which can be found at https://metacognition.podbean.com/ In it, I seek to explain how we can have a shared understanding of what we mean by...
This fourth-year elective course for student teachers applied current writing and genre studies research specific to the students' major area of study. Students developed a rationale for writing instruction, created writing assignments, identified criteria or scoring guides, and considered how...
How Did We Get Here: Social Studies Education and the Historical Issues Inhibiting Our Moving ElsewhereDownload
The issue taken up in this paper has to do with the ways in which Social Studies teachers might better take up issues of decolonization in their classroom practices. The purpose herein is twofold in that we might first define what decolonization looks like in classroom practice and then begin to...
RÉSUMÉ Ce projet est un reflet de mon parcours d’enseignante depuis vingt ans dans le domaine de l’éducation à Sainte-Lucie. Il met en évidence les effets qu’ont eu les styles de leadership sur la qualité des relations interpersonnelles entre le personnel enseignant et la direction. Le sujet...
This guide suggests self-editing strategies that can help improve your academic writing assignment before you turn it in for a grade. Strategies are adopted from writing center research at Washington State University and City University of New York.
This site is for educators (and anyone else) who may be interested in the ways that death and evil shape how we interact with others and shape our world. By engaging with the ideas of Hannah Arendt and Ernest Becker, as well as borrowing from terror management theory (TMT) in social psychology,...
This is a transcript of Episode 4, 'The language of thinking: Reflecting on Tishman and Perkins' from my Podcast 'The Metacognition Channel' which can be found at https://metacognition.podbean.com/ In it, I seek to explain what I mean by the 'language of thinking,' and the implications of...
This is a PDF of a Student Reflection Guide that accompanies the podcasts "Developing Graduate Students’ Metacognition Regarding the Use of Citations: Scholarly Podcast" found at https://era-av.library.ualberta.ca/media_objects/4x51hj87d Teachers and students might find it useful as a tool for...