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Personalist pedagogy of John MacMurray
This study attempts to determine what contribution British philosopher John Macmurray makes to contemporary issues in education. Specifically, it seeks to determine how the philosophy of personalism, a variant of which ...
Experiences of female students completing a full-time aboriginal program by computer-mediated communication
This naturalistic inquiry examines the experiences of female Aboriginal students who were completing a full-time college program by computer-mediated communication (CMC). The college program was designed for the preparation ...
Lived experiences of six students who choose to re-enter a nursing program
In light of an impending nursing shortage, student retention is a priority concern for nurse educators. In this study, the lived experiences of six students of nursing who leave an undergraduate program and subsequently ...
Hasta manana...teacher : perspectives of cultural identity infusion on a group of youth in Arequipa, Peru / Maija Lamminmaki.
This intrinsic ethnographic case study examines the group identity of youth attending the Villa Chachani Community School, in Arequipa, Peru. Considering the colonial, historical and current contextual factors, this study ...
Handwriting : an exploration of foundational skills / by Karen Pontello.
"Latent Class Analyses were used to identify two Latent Classes from a sample population of 200 students with slow handwriting who were referred to occupational therapy because of difficulties keeping up with the writing ...
Math anxiety, math self-concept, and performance in math
Study participants: 320 grade ten advanced students from two school boards in Northwestern Ontario. Math anxiety, math self-concept, math performances were studied. Gender differences were also explored.
Lived experience of a traditional female Ojibway elder
This qualitative study examined the lived experience of a traditional female Ojibway Elder and her perspectives of leadership. An emergent framework of traditional female Ojibway leadership resulted from the data, and ...
Kakanjegawin, to know. Anishinawbe epistemology and education : a philosophic and holistic exploration of Anishinawbe approaches to knowledge and implications in education / by Amy Lynn Farrell.
Ttiis literature-based study explores the holistic and tradition-based Anishinawbe knowledge systems and what it means to know in the Anishinawbe sense. Several aspects of discussion include the source from which knowledge ...
Ontario teachers' reasons for choosing to teach outside Canada
This study examines the factors that influence Ontario teachers’ decisions to teach outside Canada. Deciding factors were derived from previous studies related to career choice and career change and involved concepts ...