SearchSkip to Search Results
- 70Secondary Education, Department of
- 56Secondary Education, Department of/Master of Education: Secondary Education Final Projects
- 8Secondary Education, Department of/Research Materials (Secondary Education)
- 5Education, Faculty of
- 4Education, Faculty of/Learning Objects (Education)
- 3Secondary Education, Department of/Journal Articles (Secondary Education)
- 8Trevor Van Someren
- 2Adams, Catherine A.
- 2Debbie Feisst
- 2Gregory P. Thomas
- 2Thomas, Gregory P.
- 2Virginia Pow
This is a transcript of Episode 3, 'A perspective on ‘thinking’ (and why it is important for metacognition)' from my Podcast 'The Metacognition Channel' which can be found at https://metacognition.podbean.com/ In it, I seek to explain how we can have a shared understanding of what we mean by...
The expansion of English develops it into an international language and evolves many varieties of English consequently, categorized into three concentric circles including inner, outer, expanding circle (Kachru, 1988). Culture as an essential composition of language learning, can be demonstrated...
In what ways do the elements of the Caribbean curriculum encourage/ support the teaching of higher order thinking in mathematics?Download
Mathematics teachers have been widely criticized for not teaching their students to think critically. The purpose of this paper is to determine the cognitive level of thinking in the curriculum based on the Anderson and Krathwohl Taxonomy. The Caribbean Secondary Education Certificate (CSEC)...
This is a transcript of Episode 4, 'The language of thinking: Reflecting on Tishman and Perkins' from my Podcast 'The Metacognition Channel' which can be found at https://metacognition.podbean.com/ In it, I seek to explain what I mean by the 'language of thinking,' and the implications of...
How does interleaving the mathematics curriculum while promoting productive struggle, improve student understanding in and between mathematical concepts? To clarify, I mean to say that ‘understanding’ is more about knowing ‘why’ and knowing ‘when’ to apply specific concepts and strategies, and...
EXPLORATION MOBILE ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING(MALL) APPLICATION, DUOLINGO AS A TOOL TO IMPROVE LANGUAGE LEARNERS COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE.
EXPLORATION MOBILE ASSISTED LANGUAGE LEARNING(MALL) APPLICATION, DUOLINGO AS A TOOL TO IMPROVE LANGUAGE LEARNERS COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE.Download
This paper explores Mobile Assisted Language Learning Application(MALL), Duolingo as a tool to improve or develop the communicative competence of language learners in a traditional classroom environment.
A large portion of mathematics education research focuses on elementary and middle year’s content with professional development about how to teach mathematics often focused using specific tasks to teach certain topics. This kind of professional development makes it difficult for teachers to...
The Foundational Knowledge of Arriving Here Together
In 2018, Alberta Education released its Teacher Quality Standards with a competency directly related to ensuring Alberta Teachers develop and apply foundational knowledge of First Nations, Métis and Inuit for the benefit of all students (p. 6). The competency may seem to be a step in the right...
Communicating Mild Intellectual Disability
A key assumption with respect to Intellectual Disability (ID) and special needs education is that principals understand the programming and criteria for specialized school sites that focus on employability education for the mild intellectually disabled. A flaw with this assumption is evident due...
Twentieth century post-structuralists Gilles Deleuze and Felix Guattari provide a lens by which desire and its role in education can be analyzed. This analysis is done in the hope of understanding some of the ways by which our desires are manufactured, singularized, and then leveraged in the name...