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Using autobiographical narratives reflecting on personal growth experiences with wisdom traditions, this project examines how a school community can engage with wisdom traditions as a positive method of decolonization. The project reflects on how purposeful leadership is used to embed wisdom...
There are many reasons, some of which are better than others for sustaining motivation over the long run. Research evidence suggests that a personally relevant, self-engaged, and inherently interested orientation to language study supports engagement in the learning process, and thereby a variety...
How do couples know and decide to be married? This question is posed to three couples who made such a decision. The research reviews the development of romantic relationships and commitment, psychological theories and frameworks for couple counselling, and secular and theological understandings...
The Edmonton Drug Treatment and Community Restoration Court (EDTC) diverts substance-addicted offenders from the criminal justice system and provides intensive court supervision, case management, and links to social, employment and education support. This thesis aimed to generate a grounded...
Privacy as a right has been established by the Supreme Court; however, it isn’t absolute and it is under threat.
This research was designed to determine what conceptual changes occur when students use computer simulations, and whether simulations with characteristics defined as engaging by Adams et al. (2008a; 2008b), Granlund, Berglund, and Eriksson (2000), Kali and Linn (2008), Kim, Yoon, Whang, Tversky,...
Museums and science centres are an excellent space for science and research to intersect by providing the general public opportunities to work with scientists who conduct the research and scientists to unpack their research for the public (e.g., Andre, Durksen, & Volman, 2016).
Many rural Alberta communities face critical issues of sustainability including rural-urban migration by youth and young adults. Drawing on research in Alberta, this thesis identifies the factors influencing rural-urban migration and discusses ways of empowering communities. A survey of youth...