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A Narrative Inquiry Into the Experiences of Korean Immigrant Mothers’ Familial Curriculum Making in CanadaDownload
This study sought to provide an understanding of Korean immigrant mothers’ experiences of familial curriculum making. The research puzzle focused on the experiences of Korean immigrant mothers as they engaged in familial curriculum making with their children and as they interacted with school...
A Narrative Inquiry into the Lived Curriculum of Grade 1 Children Identified as Struggling Readers: Experiences of Children, Parents, and TeachersDownload
My daughter’s experiences as a struggling reader awakened me to difficulties children live when they do not learn as expected in schools; she inspired this study. My research puzzle focused on the experiences of children identified as struggling readers in Grade 1 and on those of their parents...
Acts of living with: Being, doing, and coming to understand Indigenous perspectives alongside science curriculaDownload
This inquiry engages with the complexity of bringing Indigenous and Western ways of knowing, being, and doing together; both in K-12 science curricula and research. It responds to Canadian provincial/territorial policies and programs, adopted since the turn of the century, that mandate...
This paper is an exploration of teaching, writing, and living in, among, and across the lines and structures of teaching. In it, I explore autobiographically my own struggles to attend to, live, and bring forth life in the presence of demands for control, perfection, and efficiency in our schools...