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The field of organizational communication currently lacks a communication theory to inform practice in system change initiatives (SCIs; Bryson, Crosby, & Stone, 2015). The context of the present study is a SCI in Alberta, Canada, that was established to build capacity across the province for...
This study explores the connections between the writer’s workshop approach and high school students’ perceptions of their own resilience. The research includes multiple-case studies of student participants being taught in a high school writer’s workshop, as well as one teacher participant. The...
Email and Its Involvements in the Lives of K-12 Teachers: Phenomenological, Postphenomenological, and Posthumanistic ExplorationsDownload
Web-connected devices are everywhere and can be used to send electronic messages, no matter the time or place. They are not merely tools or a means to an end; they also shape our everyday lives. In kindergarten to grade 12 (K-12) schools, teachers are increasingly contacted by parents, students,...
Perception and communication of predator threat in the black-capped chickadee (Poecile atricapillus)Download
The black-capped chickadee (Poecile atricapillus) is a type of North American songbird that produces multiple vocalizations, including their namesake chick-a-dee call. This call is used as a mobbing call to recruit and coordinate conspecifics in the presence of a predator. These parids perceive...