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This paper was first presented in an early version at the Carleton conference, ‘Exploring Contemporary Discourse Analysis’, Ottawa, 1993 and at the ‘Cultural Studies in Canada’ Conference, University of Toronto. My thanks to Penny Ironstone, Jill Scott, A.N. Packwood and conference participants...
A Three-Pronged Approach to Helping Students Internalize APA Style based in Self Determination TheoryDownload
The Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (APA) is an invaluable resource for students and faculty members in the social sciences. However, many students and researchers fail to recognize the value of APA style in supporting writing excellence. In this research note we...
This thesis examines the work of three artists—Beatriz da Costa, Tomás Saraceno, and Andrea Zittel—whose practices engage strategically with design in ways that echo pedagogical developments at the German Bauhaus and later at Black Mountain College. These two, short-lived, schools were known for...
An inquiry into grade one teachers' experiences around play-based learning and pedagogy within their classroom practiceDownload
This research study explores the definitions, value, and implementation of play-based learning practices beyond kindergarten, specifically, in grade one classrooms. By inquiring into two grade one teacher participants’ experiences, the teacher researcher (a grade one teacher), also shares her...
Environmental racism manifests in videogames and is an under-explored facet of videogame ecology, as are Indigenous worldviews such as relationality. Using primarily decolonial poststructuralist semiotic analysis and Indigenous Métissage, this thesis highlights the signs and simulacra of...
The research project, “Image, Body, and Voice: Supporting Girls’ Sense of Wellbeing,” conducted August 2017-2019, at an inner-city elementary school in Alberta, was funded by an Alberta Advisory Committee for Educational Studies (AACES) grant.