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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...
The social studies and history education research communities have paid a great deal of attention to citizenship and citizenship education. This dissertation, as both theoretical and empirical parts of that scholarly attention, delves deeper into the ways in which we attend to good citizenship in...
A Narrative Inquiry into the Experiences of Two Syrian Refugee Families: Searching for Social Inclusion within SchoolsDownload
This narrative inquiry explores the experiences of two Syrian refugee families with preschool aged children who arrived in Canada. Narrative inquiry in this study is understood as both methodology and phenomenon under study (Clandinin & Connelly, 2000). The study focus is on their experiences...
Abstract The benefits of long-term physical activity (PA) lead to a sense of well-being that may be developed and nurtured over the formative years, developing strong, healthy individuals who are positive contributors to society. However, youth participation in PA declines in the adolescent years...
Digi-Spaces and Newcomer Youth Encounters: Considerations for Place|Making in Educational SpacesDownload
In order to consider the conditions upon which education is currently situated, a period of socio-political uncertainty and technological re-‘tool’ing, re-structuring, and self-world-machine-other acclimatizing, this research considers the question: Where and how might youth, in particular...