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Can education be healing? : adult women's motivations for and experiences with university education / by Janis Cox.
"Previous research reveals that some women might pursue university education as a means to heal from experiences of violence, poverty, and trauma or to take control over aspects of their identity that have been sublimated ...
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 Qualitative study on the experiences of students attending Thunder Bay area rural, one-room schools in the early 20th century
One-room country schools, which began appearing in the early 1900s in the District of Thunder Bay in Northern Ontario, Canada, provided educational opportunities to the children of the first and second generation immigrant ...
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 ...
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 ...