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It is clear to many researchers that physical education needs significant reform (Bain, 1995; Devis-Devis & Sparkes, 1999; Fernandez-Balboa, 1997; Kirk, 2010; Lawson, 2009; Tinning, 2010). While these calls for curriculum change are warranted, how we problematize the issue of curriculum needs...
At-promise Students: a study of urban student learning in Alberta within the context of science educationDownload
As teachers and educators, we have power, be it destructive or supportive. As such, we have a duty to our students to understand their complexities. The purpose of my research which utilizes a Constructivist Grounded Theory methodology by means of a case study approach in the context of science...
Physical education (PE) spaces can marginalize students, particularly low-skilled or female students, and reinforce gender stereotypes. While there has been a recent movement toward teaching games for understanding (TGFU) and physical literacy development in PE, there are still many physical...
Critical Pedagogical Praxis of Social Justice: Enabling Transformation When Educating for Global Citizenship ̶ A Qualitative Instrumental Case StudyDownload
The forces of ever-increasing globalization are impacting everyday life globally and have created a world that is struggling with global issues and related injustices. Global solutions are required to address these issues laden with injustice. Over the last decades, provincial, national, and...
Curriculum and the foreign language student: interpretive approaches to understanding the postsecondary study of German in CanadaDownload
In this dissertation, I use a hermeneutic framework drawing on critical and postcolonial theory and interpretive inquiry (narrative analysis) to explore the postsecondary curriculum for German as a foreign language and culture (GFL) in Canada, its history, and its current manifestation, in...
Research on children’s curriculum-making experiences as they move from home, school, Out of School Care (OSC) and community activities is sparse. In this study, I worked from a view of curriculum as a course of life (Connelly & Clandinin, 1988; Clandinin & Connelly, 1992) in order to inquire into...
SSHRC Awarded IG 2018: The goal of this research is to explore professionals' self-assessment and engagement in self-regulated training, using a medical education program as proxy for other professional training programs. Professionals must be able to stay current in skills and knowledge. Being...
With many current initiatives to promote information literacy, it is necessary to assess the state of information literacy instruction in secondary school and the factors influencing information literacy. Teachers have the opportunity to instruct information literacy (IL) yet students enter...