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- 15Shultz, Lynette (Educational Policy Studies)
- 1Abdi, A. Ali (Department of Educational Studies, University of British Columbia)
- 1Abdi, Ali (Educational Policy Studies)
- 1Abdi, Ali A. (Educational Policy Studies)
- 1Abdi, Ali A. (Educational Studies, University of British Columbia)
- 1Frishkopf, Michael (Music)
- 1Asadi, N.
- 1El Kadi, Rana
- 1Graham, Jackson C
- 1Jorgenson, Shelane
- 1Jorgenson, Shelane Rae
- 1Karsgaard, Carrie
- 2Global citizenship
- 2Higher Education
- 2Higher education
(De)colonizing global citizenship: a case study of North American study abroad programs in GhanaDownload
Over the last few decades, the concept of global citizenship has emerged in policies and vision statements of higher educational institutions without clarity of what it means or how to educate for it. In North America the discourse of global citizenship study abroad has become increasingly...
An Interpretive Analysis of Educational Administrators' Perspectives of Democracy and Citizenship Education in Albertan Public SchoolsDownload
Little is known about the effects of public school educational administrators’ perspectives on democracy and citizenship education on the pedagogy and learning of the same topics within the school buildings that they lead. This qualitative study used semi-structured interviews to better...
The purpose of this study was to trace how relationships between global, national and local policy spheres are enacted as actors assemble in educational governance through their engagement with internationalization policy. Based on this purposes, the following research questions were addressed:...
Critical Ethnomusicology Pedagogy with Migrant Youth in Edmonton, Canada: Promoting Cultural Empowerment and Intercultural Learning through MusicDownload
Given the globally accelerating patterns of voluntary and forced migration, Canadian schools are currently serving the most culturally, religiously, and linguistically diverse student cohort in the country’s history. Many Canadian schools have responded by instituting culturally responsive...
Exploring Young Black/ African Canadian Women’s Practices of Engagement and Resistance: Towards an Anticolonial Solidarity BuildingDownload
The experiences of young women of Black/ African descent living in Edmonton/ Amiskwaciwaskahikan – in what is currently Canada – are mediated by relations and structures of power as constructed through settler colonialism, patriarchy, capitalism, imperialism, and neoliberalism. These political,...
From Recognition to Knowledge Creation: Education of Refugee Youth Learners in Alberta and British ColumbiaDownload
Educational success for many refugee learners in the Canadian education system has been a difficult if not challenging achievement. Educational institutions mirror the values and practices of the larger society. Similar to the values and practices nationally and internationally, in educational...
Horizons of Belonging: Co-Creating Transformative Indigenization and Internationalization in Higher EducationDownload
Across Canada, post-secondary institutions are embarking in policy-driven strategies to engage Indigenization and internationalization of their campuses. These strategies are tied to national and provincial policies with multiple intent, ranging from increasing fee-paying international student...
Identity, conflict and radical coalition building: a study of grassroots organizing in Northern IrelandDownload
Coalitions in Northern Ireland have been organizing across the ethno-nationalist divide for decades. Yet, while empirical research has addressed challenges of, and potential for, organizing across ethnonationalism, the ways in which coalition members attend to their complex subjectivites have...
Although Vietnam has made notable progress in terms of economic development, the transition from a social to market-based economy has exacerbated education accessibility and availability for individuals who are living in poverty. In efforts to unearth the educational experiences and views of...
This dissertation is an organisational case study of the legitimacy behaviours of two Outreach schools in Alberta, Canada. The study used Organisational Theory to examine how institutional processes, policies and practices impacted alternative education and in what way members of these schools...