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Modern, systematic approaches to case study research have been established. These approaches introduce methodological rigor while retaining the useful aspects of the original psychoanalytic research approach (McLeod, 2010). The primary goal of the current study was to examine emotion-focused...
A Multiple Case Study of Caregivers’ Experiences of a Psychoeducational Support Group for Caregivers of Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD): An Embedded Mixed Methods StudyDownload
Children with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders (FASD) can experience a number of neurocognitive deficits and associated adverse outcomes. Stable home life helps protect children with FASD against adverse outcomes; however, their primary caregivers typically have significantly higher levels of...
Medicare is a popular program in Canada that offers universal access to medically-necessary healthcare services for all Canadians through a public insurance plan in each province. In spite of its popularity, healthcare privatization has been debated, often over concerns about wait times for...
In many jurisdictions, policies aimed at improving educational processes and outcomes have focused on teacher professional learning. Yet, there is a gap in research concerning teachers’ understandings of their own professional learning as it is influenced by school improvement policies. Using an...
Book chapter preprint from Exploring Discovery: The Front Door to your Library's Licensed and Digitized Content, ed. Kenneth J Varnum (ALA, 2016).
Beyond the Workshop: An Interpretive Case Study of the Professional Learning of Three Elementary Music TeachersDownload
The purpose of this collective case study was to develop a more nuanced understanding of the experiences and professional learning of three elementary music teachers who taught for the same large school board in Alberta, Canada. The interpretive inquiry sought to respond to the following two...
Bypassing, Skipping, and Pivoting: A Behavioral Microanalysis during an Information-Based Task in Spatially-Diverse Virtual EnvironmentsDownload
Educators are looking at technology voluntarily used by students outside the classroom as a way to better engage students inside the classroom. This study examined post-secondary studentsâ behavior during an information-based task in spatially-diverse virtual environments. Cluster analysis...
Speech generating communication devices (SGCD) help individuals with severe speech impairments meet the needs of daily communication. They are commonly used by individuals who have congenital, developmental and/or acquired disabilities in which their ability to speak has been impaired. The...