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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 ...
Black girls and school disciplinary mechanisms
This study explores the disproportionate discipline of Black Girls in Ontario’s K-12 publicly funded schools. The current literature exploring racially disproportionate discipline and the school-to-prison pipeline obscures ...
Racialized Bachelor of Education students' perspectives of performative allyship in the Black Lives Matter movement
Performative allyship, also referred to as performative activism, is a non-genuine form of allyship or activism rooted in growing one’s social capital rather than raising awareness for the stated human rights issue. ...
Challenged by compassion: an exploration of the lived experience of compassion fatigue among Canadian nurses who worked during COVID-19
The experience of compassion fatigue is a serious challenge within caregiving professions. Scholars agree that although the symptoms of compassion fatigue are similar to burnout and secondary stress disorder, there is ...
Yearning to learn: a pandemic-inspired approach to grief literacy
The COVID-19 global pandemic exacerbated and altered death- and non-death-related loss, insisting that grief and bereavement adhere to protocols that were unfamiliar and sometimes even prohibitive to moving forward in a ...
The influence of social media and contract cheating website use on the perception of academic integrity standards
This work sought to address gaps in the literature regarding perceived student acceptance of certain types of cheating in higher education and the potential relationships to social media use and the digital academic ...