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Labyrinth learning : a 360-degree community service digital ecology
Labyrinth Learning – A 360 Degree Community Service Digital Ecology is a Master’s Portfolio organized around the Lakehead Labyrinth Project at Lakehead University’s campus between 2017-2022. With text, images, video, ...
Growing garden-based educators
Garden-based learning (GBL) is resurging in popularity in reaction to a confluence of crises. These crises, involving social inequity, vast economic disparity, ecocide, and mass extinction, threaten human well-being and ...
Relating and learning with other beings, materials, and weather: multispecies assemblages at a Canadian forest school
In Canada, there has been a surge in outdoor and nature-based programming for young children, such as forest schools, with interest heightening over the COVID-19 pandemic. While there are many physical, cognitive, and ...
Environmental emotions, environmental social justice, and hope
Educators are faced with teaching their students about subjects such as climate change, the mass extinction of species, and environmental degradation while trying to encourage a love of nature and pro-environmental ...
Fostering greater equity and inclusion with plant-based food options in school: a critical inquiry with elementary parents in the Lakehead District School Board
While there has been increasing attention to equity and inclusion in Ontario schools, school food and drink offerings have yet to be explicitly incorporated in most equity and inclusion policies and practices. With the ...
It was neither Confucian nor confusion: dynamics of intercultural sensitivity among East-Asian students at Canadian universities
International students from Confucian heritage culture countries are often perceived by westerners as having low intercultural communication competence (ICC) (Zhu & Bresnahan, 2018). In popular media and mainstream ...