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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...
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...
Since the establishment of the Alberta High School English Language Arts Program of Studies, the genre of the Shakespearean drama has always been a required component in the curriculum document. In addition, English 30-1 students must complete a series of reading comprehension questions on a...
Watching Our Children Electronically: A (Post)phenomenology of Classroom Management Software in SchoolsDownload
This postphenomenological study is a timely investigation into the hidden curriculum of surveillance technology in schools. Drawing on literature from the fields of Surveillance Studies, Education, and Philosophy of Technology the purpose of this inquiry is to expose the hidden curricula of...