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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...
Coming to Create, Connect, and Exist within Spaces of Community: An Arts-based Youth Participatory Action Research ProjectDownload
This thesis describes an arts-based, youth participatory action research study that examines the importance of lived experiences of youth, art applications and community connections. The questions which guided the study included: Can art be a form that connects youth and communities of place?...
Exploring popular theatre in education: A participatory project in an alternative education program for pregnant teens and young mothersDownload
To shift the emphasis with regards to what is important in education, beyond achievement tests, it would be helpful to consider other possibilities for engaging students. Popular theatre as form of popular education is explored as an option for providing this better “way in”. I considered both...
Queering High School: An Ethnodramatic Inqueery on Youth Experiences of Homophobic, Biphobic and Transphobic Harassment and BullyingDownload
“Queering High School,” was a queer ethnodrama on the lived experience of LGBTQ youth in Alberta high schools that explored their experiences of homophobia, biphobia and transphobia. This ethnodrama, conducted through a queer lens, which I refer to as an ethnodramatic inqueery, was grounded in...
The School and Social Experiences of Tourette Syndrome through the First-Person Perspective of Youth: A Theatre-Based Approach to Community-Based ResearchDownload
Tourette Syndrome Plus (TS+) is a “neuropsychiatric or brain-based condition that causes people who have it to make involuntary sounds or movements called tics” (Tourette Canada, n. d., para. 1). Individuals with TS+ may also have a number of associated disorders such as OCD, ADHD, and Anxiety...