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- 2Charles, Christopher
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- 2Ewing, John P.
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- 12Mathematics--Study and teaching (Secondary)
It is clear to many researchers that physical education needs significant reform (Bain, 1995; Devis-Devis & Sparkes, 1999; Fernandez-Balboa, 1997; Kirk, 2010; Lawson, 2009; Tinning, 2010). While these calls for curriculum change are warranted, how we problematize the issue of curriculum needs...
The culture of the young may increasingly be seen as a harbinger enticing us to follow a pathway from which will emerge the re-conceptualized educational practices of a new century. This research set out to discover where the highways of the Internet would lead me, the researcher-practitioner, in...
The plethora of research on ESL, L1, L2 and ethnography has left under-reported autoethnographies borrowing mathematics as a tool for thinking. In response to the multiplicity, this dissertation explores personal and academic experiences to expose my own development of an L2 learner, in...
Globalization has made English a pivotal language for global communication. This has increasingly made a great number of native English speakers move to Korea and teach English at all levels of education from kindergarten to university year after year. Most of them have not only little or no...
Teaching is a high stress occupation that requires much from the personal and professional resources of a teacher. Strategies for coping with workplace stress challenge educators to shift away from habitual and entrenched ways of being, while opening a space for re-designing how the job of...
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...
Increasingly, we work, learn, travel and spend our leisure time with highly portable, micro technologies and we have less direct, face-to-face contact with people and the world. Education has become “mobilized” with teachers and students regularly using smartphones, tablets, laptop computers and...
A Study of Dominican Secondary Mathematics Teachers’ Explanations of Factors Affecting Their Instructional PracticesDownload
The purpose of this study was to gain an explanation from teachers on any relationship which exist between students’ performance on the Caribbean Examination Council (CXC) mathematics examination and Dominican secondary teachers’ mathematical knowledge, frequency of use of 12 teaching strategies,...