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An Artful Narrative Inquiry into the Curriculum-Making Experiences of South Asian Girls, Mothers, and Teachers in CanadaDownload
The demographic profile of South Asians residing in Canada has grown appreciably over the years. For instance, as of 2011, South Asians made up Canada’s largest visible minority group (Statistics Canada, 2011) and was predicted to continue growing (Statistics Canada, 2012). More recently,...
Conventionality and Evidence: Two Elements of Professional Development that Could Matter to TeachersDownload
Professional development (PD) is one way to maintain or increase teacher effectiveness in any number of domains. However, PD comes in many formats and with a wide range of evidence on its effectiveness – both of which can shape teachers’ perspectives of the PD even before they participate. The...
Drs. Daniels and Frenzel were interested in exploring teachers' emotions through a scale validation process. The study of teachers' emotions and the development of a valid way to measure the work-related emotions teachers experience (some call 'emotional labour') is of particular importance since...
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,...
Exploring Teachers' Insights into Their Professional Growth and other Experiences in Diverse Classrooms in AlbertaDownload
Recent rapid changes in immigration intake have impacted education in Canada, particularly in Alberta. As a result of these changes, the student demographic has grown increasingly more diverse. The Edmonton Public School Board, for example, noticed a significant growth in the English Language...
The Engaged Teachers Scale (ETS): The development and validation of an engagement scale for teachersDownload
Professor Robert Klassen (The University of York, UK) worked with two ACME graduate students at the University of Alberta who were interested in teachers’ work engagement. The purpose of this study was to develop and validate an engagement scale for practicing teachers.