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- 12Mathematics--Study and teaching (Secondary)
As a result of science being viewed as universal and promoting Eurocentric values, science education has been suggested to be inaccessible for culturally and linguistically diverse students as measured by achievement gaps, poor standardized test results, and racial and ethnic disparities in...
Educational decision-makers rarely legitimize youth’s perspectives in constructing ‘effective’ sex education. In this study, I concentrated on what students have to say about this aspect of their educational experience, and learned how decision-makers respond to youth’s perspectives. I draw on...
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...
In recent years, inquiry has become ubiquitous within educational circles and the research literature. With widespread focus in education, current research and policy documents on inquiry reflected this emphasis. For example, in Alberta, a spotlight on inquiry arose with the inception of the...