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Roles of teacher assistants in elementary school special education settings / by William Anthony Hanlon.
While the occupation of teacher assistant has become rooted in the Ontario School System no research exists concerning the roles these teacher assistants perform in Ontario. There is also a paucity of research which examines ...
Transfer of learning in the field of recreation / by Lynne Peters Maki.
The intent of the study Transfer of Learning in the Field of Recreation was to determine if the students in the Recreation Leadership program at Confederation College could transfer the skills and principles learned in ...
Perceptions of Catholic administrators and trustees regarding Bill 30's impact on the mission of separate schools / by Mary Lillian Bergamo.
This study examines the perceptions of Catholic Administrators and Trustees about Bill 30's impact on the ability of Separate School Boards in Ontario to retain their distinctive mission. The conceptual lens for this ...
Relationship between cognitive style and informed decision making / Carol A. Grieve.
In this study, the relationship between children's cognitive styles and their ability to use informed decision making was investigated. Thirty-nine Grade Three students in Thunder Bay participated in a seven week, ...
Student characteristics, teaching methodology and satisfaction with adult english as a second language programs in the Thunder Bay area / by Wenjie Li. --
This research suggests that adult ESL programs are quite successful. Most students have positive attitudes towards English study and share positive feelings in class. They take an active part in classroom activities and ...
Native conceptions of giftedness / by J. Karen Reynolds.
This study seeks to determine the relevance of "giftedness" in an isolated north-western Ontario Ojibway community and school. Specifically, Renzulli's (1986) model of "giftedness" is examined. This study begins with ...