Journal Articles (Equity Diversity Inclusion)
Items in this Collection
- 13Hokowhitu, Brendan
- 8Campbell, Katherine
- 3Gotell, Lise
- 3Liu, Lili
- 3Vermette, D'Arcy
- 2Beard, Laura J.
- 5Instructional technology
- 4Instructional design
- 3Canadian Law
- 3Canadian native peoples--Laws, regulations and rules
The purpose of this literature review was to determine what evidence there is that instructional designers apply ID Models, as well as to establish what other activities and processes they might use in their professional activities. Only ten articles were located that directly pertained to this...
Assessments of spatial, constructional ability are used widely in cognitive research and in clinical diagnosis of disease or injury. Some believe that three-dimensional (3D) forms of these assessments would be particularly sensitive, but difficulties with consistency in administration and scoring...
During 1988-1989 the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta, and the Instructional Processes group from Edmonton Public Schools undertook a collaborative project to design and produce a level II interactive videodisc on questioning strategies in the classroom. This paper tells a little...
Challenges to State Physical Education: Tikanga Māori, Physical Education Curricula, Historical Deconstruction, Inclusivism and DecolonisationDownload
New Zealand State Physical Education is soon to enter into a new place, as the early stages of writing a new curriculum begin. This article is timely, therefore, because it provides four challenges that need to be addressed if the incoming curriculum develop Māori-defines tikanga into curricula;...
Despite the critically reflective work of the past decade, we think that many theorists have not gone far enough In urging a re-orientation In design models In which Inter-lnstltutlonal teams must work cooperatively over a long period of time. One essential way in which the design process in a...
It is not uncommon for Aboriginal law students to experience discomfort in studying the law. The discomfort is not unique to legal studies, but the law provides a venue where the effects of the imposition of colonial norms are starkly revealed. In law school the author had to confront how...
This article examines the silencing of Aboriginal people in Canadian legal discourse. The continued colonization of Aboriginal people is represented in legal decisions which display how Aboriginal laws, evidence, and reasoning are barred from the judicial process. By relying on early precedent...
In this study, the experiences of seven female health professionals learning online are examined and, in this context, the implications for online course designs and future research are discussed. The instruments of data collection include individual telephone interviews, journals written by the...
Dizzying Dialogue: Canadian Courts and the Continuing Justification of the Dispossession of Aboriginal PeoplesDownload
Since Aboriginal rights have found protection within Canada's Constitution, a new relationship has emerged between Canada's Aboriginal Peoples and the Crown. This relationship is characterized by the need for \"reconciliation. \" In its growing jurisprudence, the Supreme Court of Canada applies...
Many individuals with mental illness want to return to work and stay in employment. Yet, there is little research that has examined the perspectives of employers on hiring and accommodating these workers and the kinds of supports employers need to facilitate their reintegration into the...