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Teachers' beliefs about classroom management
Study group : 4 teachers at the primary-junior level in 2 elementary schools in Northwestern Ontario.
Recent Chinese immigrants' perceptions of English language and culture learning in Canada
Study participants : 6 Chinese immigrations in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Rethinking radical education : a conceptual analysis
For decades, there have been concerns with the contemporary Western education system. Many parents are choosing home schooling or schools with alternative programs. During this period, and earlier, reform theorists have ...
Pre-service teachers' conceptual understanding of perimeter, area, and volume
In this study, pre-service teachers’ understanding of perimeter, area, the relationship between the two, and volume are explored. A questionnaire on these concepts was administered to 110 participants, comprising the ...
Outdoor play-based number sense and numeration experiences for primary levelled students
Classroom educators have a great deal of responsibility beyond the generally understood career description of delivering lessons. As educators are creating well thought out lessons that are differentiated to meet the ...
Assessment and evaluation practices in outdoor, experiential, environmentally-focused integrated and interdisciplinary programs
Two integrated/interdisciplinary programs were used as qualitative case studies of assessment and evaluation practices in outdoor, experiential, environmentally-focused integrated and interdisciplinary programs. Data were ...
Role model/mentor influence on the career path of college professors
The original intent of the proposal was to study the impact of role models on a small body of teachers in the Engineering Technology division at an urban college, preferably with experience teaching math and science. ...
A study of teacher satisfaction in isolated communities of Northwestern Ontario
One of the major problems facing school boards of Northwestern Ontario is the high turnover rate among teachers in isolated communities. The purpose of this study was to investigate how teachers in isolated communities of ...
Poetizing disability : arts-informed reflections
Through arts-informed educational research, I engaged in poetic exploration of the lived experience of disability. Theorizing and creating through poetry helped me to reflect and deepen my understanding of my own disability, ...
Leaving the federation : secondary administrators' responses to a change in context
The effects of contextual change (removal from the teachers' federation) on the culture of a small group of secondary school administrators was studied qualitatively, by a participant observer, using interviews, observations, ...