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Screencasting as a Medium for Communicating Students' Understandings in the High School Mathematics ClassroomDownload
When students are encouraged to reflect on their learning, communicate their reasoning and understandings, and develop their technical vocabulary, many opportunities for feedback and growth arise. Research examining journal writing in the mathematics classroom has supported the notion that...
This presentation acts as the research product for the dissertation \"Youth Taking Action to Improve their Sex Education\".
Supplemental Image File for Chapter IV and Appendix IV of "Evangelizing Eugenics" (PhD Dissertation)Download
This dissertation explores the Interwar-era eugenics movements in America and Britain, focusing on efforts to educate insiders and professionals, but especially to evangelize novices. Two primary historical sources are examined in detail: the largely British To-day and To-morrow book series...
Task-Based Bilingual Program Innovation: A Model of Joint Efforts in Improving Students’ Heritage Language Fluency
Task-Based Bilingual Program Innovation: A Model of Joint Efforts in Improving Students’ Heritage Language FluencyDownload
Despite heritage languages (HL) being promoted by some Canadian provincial governments as a subject in school or through bilingual programs, students' learning outcome is not satisfactory due to the inadequate time allotment and the teaching methods applied. Therefore the purpose of this project...
Teacher-student discourse is increasingly mediated through, by and with information and communication technologies: in-class discussions have found new, textually-rich venues online; chalk and whiteboard lectures are rapidly giving way to PowerPoint presentations. Yet, what does this mean...
This mixed-methods study examines the relationship between of the mode of test administration and the student test scores for a standardized mathematics exam administered in the province of Alberta. To determine how the results of the paper-and-pencil version of the 2013 Mathematics 9 Provincial...
How does interleaving the mathematics curriculum while promoting productive struggle, improve student understanding in and between mathematical concepts? To clarify, I mean to say that ‘understanding’ is more about knowing ‘why’ and knowing ‘when’ to apply specific concepts and strategies, and...
The Foundational Knowledge of Arriving Here Together
In 2018, Alberta Education released its Teacher Quality Standards with a competency directly related to ensuring Alberta Teachers develop and apply foundational knowledge of First Nations, Métis and Inuit for the benefit of all students (p. 6). The competency may seem to be a step in the right...
The Mountains Separate Us But the Land Connects Us: How nehiyaw Can Make Connections with Secwepemc and Salish KnowledgeDownload
Reviewing literature that discusses traditional nehiyaw and Secwepemc ways of knowing, this project examines how understandings of holism and traditional wisdom from the two ways of knowing can be brought together to guide us as educators.