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Alberta teachers' perceptions on including multiple perspectives in elementary Social Studies: A qualitative case studyDownload
The combination of a rich history of multiculturalism with the current increases in Aboriginal, Francophone and immigrant populations has led to more cultural diversity than ever in Alberta classrooms. As an attempt to promote the development of active and responsible citizens in a democratic...
How Did We Get Here: Social Studies Education and the Historical Issues Inhibiting Our Moving ElsewhereDownload
The issue taken up in this paper has to do with the ways in which Social Studies teachers might better take up issues of decolonization in their classroom practices. The purpose herein is twofold in that we might first define what decolonization looks like in classroom practice and then begin to...
Interstitial Encounters With Curriculum: Attending to the Relationship between Teachers’ Subjectivities and the Language of Social StudiesDownload
This dissertation offers an account of a participatory action research study exploring the efforts of four male social studies teacher participants, and a researcher in social studies curriculum, to attend to their identifications, backgrounds, experiences, perspective, and commitments, and how...
After a 15-year quest to expose the underworld of sex trafficking from Asia to the Americas, and inspired by the transformation of Mexican-American survivor Virginia Isaias whose life she follows, the filmmaker undertakes a soul-searching journey as she sets out to shatter the silence about...
SSHRC Awarded IDG 2018: This qualitative research project involves pre-service social studies teachers learning and implementing terror management theory (TMT), as a technique for helping them in the classroom, when teaching for plurality and cultural diversity. Through focus groups before and...