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Exploration of William Glasser's choice theory in classroom management / by Robert P.J. Paularinne.
The purpose of the study was to investigate whether secondary school teachers used Glasser's choice theory in classroom management and how it was operationalized and/or to describe the alternative approaches they may be ...
Literacy at the secondary level : pre-service teachers' perceptions of characteristics and effective practices of exceptional educators / by Natalie Watkins.
This study, Literacy at the Secondary Level: Characteristics and Effective Practices of Exceptional Educators, uses a mixed methods (concurrent nested strategy) approach to data collection through the use of a survey ...
Pre-service teachers branch out : learning to learn together through the Caring Tree mural project / by Ali Solaja.
While there is a growing body of literature on the educational benefits of engaging in community murals, less attention is given to the pedagogical significance of community mural-making in schools and Faculties of Education. ...
Educational experiences of young lesbians, bisexuals, and gays / by Petra Latt.
This study examines the high school experiences of nine members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) community. It describes how heterosexuality, homophobia and heterosexism were endured by these youth ...
Educational experiences of aging nontraditional undergraduate students / by John MacKenzie.
This qualitative study describes the educational experiences of older full-time nontraditional undergraduate students. The participants in this study were over 40 years old and came from varying educational backgrounds. ...
Making meaning of whiteness : explorations by white community college faculty / by Frances Trowsse.
This study examines Whiteness from the perspectives of White college faculty. The participants in this study responded to a letter of invitation to volunteer for this study. A total of 12 White faculty participated in this ...
Chinese students' later-year experiences in Canadian universities / by Shimei Zang.
The mosaic of Canadian university campuses is changing to reflect the presence of more and more minority students, including both Chinese international and immigrant students. This qualitative study explored what Chinese ...
Recent Chinese immigrants' perceptions of English language and culture learning in Canada
Study participants : 6 Chinese immigrations in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
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 ...
Human-animal divide : anthropocentrism and education
This thesis is devoted to exploring anthropocentrism, the concept of human-centredness, as it relates to humans, animals, and education. Employing the philosophical research method of conceptual analysis and working with ...