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Teacher perceptions of the development of a school profile
This study was developed as a means to examine the assumptions arising from educational research on the use of the school audit process In building effective schools. These assumptions are evident in the work of Fullan ...
Curriculum change in the classroom : a teacher-based inquiry / by Connie Morrice.
This is an enthnographic study of six elementary classroom teachers in a large southern Ontario school board of over 100 schools. The study addresses the problem of reconciling commonly assumed theories in the field and ...
Continuing education needs of registered nurses in Northwestern Ontario : a needs assessment approach / Laura Kokocinski.
In Canada, there has been little progress in the development and advancement of continuing nursing education since World War II. The recent release of national and provincial documents, the trend toward specialization ...
Attitudes and motivation for learning English among elementary francophone students
Canadian society allows for group traditions and supports a rich variety of cultures. The pluralistic nature of this country makes it beneficial for a growing number of children and adults to acquire a second language. ...
Brain Injury Rehabilitation Services (Inc.) program evaluation
This study is a qualitative evaluation of a community based social service agency whose mandate is to provide services for persons living with the effects of head injury. Designed to describe program operations from ...
Teachers' opinions about the roles of subject specialists and generalist instructors for early adolescents
This study is essentially exploratory in nature due to a paucity of research concerning teacher opinions about subject specialists and generalist instructors for early adolescents. The purpose of the study is to examine ...