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Conceptualizations of physical literacy: A hermeneutic inquiry with secondary physical education teachersDownload
Physical literacy (PL) is a formidable lens through which many physical educators have begun to examine movement in relation to physical activity. Although theoretical and conceptual frameworks support teachers in their implementation pursuits, there has been a privation of clarity on how to...
Politics and Pedagogy: How Brazilian Teachers’ Socio-Historical Perspectives Shape and are Shaped by Their Political-Pedagogical CommitmentsDownload
This dissertation discusses the political role of education, focusing on the humanities curriculum and teaching. First, it delves into Brazilian history and the development of the education system with a post-colonial critical perspective to situate the current challenges and contentions...
In the South Korean education system, creativity has been recognized as a key strategy that enables the people of South Korea to survive in times of change and to gain an edge in the global society. Curriculum designers, textbook developers, and teachers have transformed educational practices to...
“Teacher identity” is a popular topic for discussion and reflection in teacher education programs. We ask pre-service teachers to consider pervasive cultural and personal images of teachers (as expert, caregiver, authoritarian, and so on) in order to accept or resist these images as they...
Most immigrants and refugees lose their Heritage Language (HL) within one to three generations of moving to Canada. This study addresses a major gap in language education research about the potential of arts-based curricula to support the HL development and maintenance (HLDM) of multilingual...
Abstract Literature has the power to change lives. Most English teachers trust this to be true. But while there are numerous arguments, of varying merit, that defend literature on cognitive grounds, few studies convincingly point to the underlying mechanisms of what makes it ‘work,’ or explain...
Where My edhéhke Take Me In Reimagining Curriculum: A Narrative Inquiry into the Experiences of Dene Learning From/With the LandDownload
nahendeh gozhih gohgha nezu, Land is healing for all. This teaching has been the pivotal component of my (re) searching into Land experiences. As a young girl, my experiences of learning from and with the Land were significant. Today these teachings have helped shape my sense of belonging and...