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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...
Youth conceptualizations of evil are an important part of social studies education, particularly how the use of the term “evil” can evoke images, feelings, and thoughts in teachers and students. Students in high school social studies examine historical events that can be easily labelled as evil...
Diasporic identities may involve shifting forms of socio-economic class, status, culture, ethnicity and the like depending on one’s relationship with others (Lan, 2003; Pe-Pua, 2003; Seki, 2012). Social networking sites (SNSs) may offer transnationals to do more than just keep in touch with...