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An Analysis of Ontario's pre-service teacher candidates' attitudes and approach towards teaching the Holocaust
Unexpectedly, 79% of the respondents expressed no discomfort in teaching lessons about the Holocaust, despite the complexity and sensitivity of the topic. Respondents indicated the necessity of Holocaust Education as a ...
Intermediate students at-risk in mathematics : case studies of teachers and students
Although there have been changes made to Ontario's mathematics curriculum within the last decade to ensure student success, a significant number of students in Ontario schools have been achieving at or below a level 1 and ...
Rethinking modern languages and cultures instruction as decolonizing pedagogy
The purpose of this study was to explore secondary modern languages teachers' beliefs about language and their cultural identities, and how these beliefs were embodied in their programs and pedagogical practices. The study ...
Multicultural ways of knowing : reading the Kite Runner in a grade 11 class
This qualitative study describes responses of twenty-eight students in a Grade 11 language arts class as they read, The Kite Runner (Hosseini, 2004), and responded to activities in the context of a multicultural unit. The ...
Nim-bii-go-nini Ojibwe language revitalization strategy : families learning our language at home
The Nim-bii-go-nini Ojibwe Language Revitalization Strategy is a grassroots approach to language learning that has been in collaborative development and implementation with members of my family since December 2008. ...