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- 2Charles, Christopher
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Treaty Entanglements: Exploring the Educational Significance of Treaty Understandings Amongst Alberta Preservice TeachersDownload
This research seeks an exploration of Indigenous-Canadian relationships through a hermeneutic engagement with and (re)interpretation of the Treaty relationships established through the numbered Treaty processes. Evidenced by the historical and contemporary absence of Treaty education and...
This study, primarily theoretical in nature, explores a philosophically and pedagogically reasonable way of addressing nature of science (NOS) in school science. NOS encompasses what science is and how scientific knowledge develops. I critically evaluate consensus frameworks of NOS in school...
Towards a Pedagogy of Intercultural Understanding: Participatory Design Research with Urban Indigenous and Newcomer Immigrant YouthDownload
My participatory research study is based on the contention that while Canadians celebrate multiculturalism, there is also a need to move beyond the mere surface celebration of the concept, and to create conditions which can support co-creation of intercultural knowledge and understanding amongst...
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...
Towards a New Intercultural Methodology in Response to Teachers’ Challenges from the New Curriculum Innovation in ChinaDownload
The new English Curriculum Standard reform in China is based on Western curriculum theories with an emphasis on a student-centered, communication-oriented, and activities-based approach to teaching rather than on the traditional Confucian heritage culture with the emphasis on a teacher-centered,...
Derived from Doll’s (1993) seminal conceptualization of a post-modern curriculum with the criteria of 4Rs (i.e., richness, relations, recursion and rigor), the present research continues the effort to complexify and theorize recursion and recursive curriculum. This study re-conceptualizes...