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Lau, Sunny Man Chu – Australian Journal of Applied Linguistics, 2020
Translanguaging theory highlights linguistic and semiotic resources as an integrated communicative repertoire for knowledge construction (Li, 2018). Language is learned and used in conjunction with other modalities through processes of resemiotization (Iedema, 2003) or transmediation (Suhor, 1984) where meaning is made and remade across modes.…
Descriptors: Code Switching (Language), Action Research, College School Cooperation, English
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Blair, Kelsey – Research in Drama Education, 2019
This short essay uses James Thompson's aesthetics of care to examine 'Memory in Two Voices', a multi-vocal poetry performance about dementia by long-time lesbian partners Chris Morrissey and Bridget Coll. Noting how Chris and Bridget's years-long tenure in the Queer Imaging and Riting Kollective for Elders, an arts and performance group based in…
Descriptors: Memory, Aesthetics, Older Adults, Poetry
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Hansen, Dion Rüsselbaek; Phelan, Anne M. – Research in Education, 2019
In this article we argue for the need to rethink the crisis of democracy both within and beyond education (Toft and Rüsselbaek Hansen, 2017). This crisis can be explained variously, depending on how it is understood and on what basis. From our point of view, and with inspiration from thinkers as Nietzsche, Arendt, Agamben and Rancière, we argue…
Descriptors: Democracy, Educational Philosophy, Aesthetics, Evidence Based Practice
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Mendaglio, Sal; Kettler, Todd; Rinn, Anne N. – Journal of Advanced Academics, 2019
Dabrowski's theory of positive disintegration has been associated with the psychology of giftedness for four decades, and Sal Mendaglio has significantly contributed to the thoughtful understanding of the theory throughout those 40 years. In this interview, Mendaglio discusses the relationship between the theory of positive disintegration and the…
Descriptors: Gifted, Interviews, Psychology, Correlation
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Martin, Brittany Harker – Canadian Journal of Education, 2019
This article presents a new model of building capacity for innovative teaching that I call "Artistic Quotient" (AQ). The purpose of the study was to test the model with generalist teachers who were registered in a professional learning program for innovative teaching through the arts. The procedure employed a one-way, within-subjects,…
Descriptors: Capacity Building, Faculty Development, Art Activities, Program Effectiveness
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Trudeau, Lyn – Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice, 2018
Indigenous representation in various genres has always been questionable in regards to who has a voice, and content that is culturally sensitive and appropriate. This paper critically examines the controversial theatrical play "Pig Girl" (Murphy, 2013) through the lens of Robin Bernstein's (2011) "scriptive things" theory.…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Cultural Influences, Foreign Policy, Violence
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Greenway, Kate – Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice, 2018
In this extract from, and commentary on, my master's thesis, "The Brooch of Bergen Belsen: A Journey of Historiographic Poiesis" (winning York University Department of Education Best Major Research Paper 2010), I explore a single aesthetic experience, an encounter with a small hand-made floral cloth brooch donated to the Holocaust…
Descriptors: Museums, Emotional Response, Aesthetics, Experience
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Pantaleo, Sylvia – Language and Education, 2018
During a study conducted in two Grade 4 classrooms, the students were provided with numerous opportunities to engage with multimodal print and digital texts, and various compositional tools and devices. The eight- and nine-year-old students' participation in the research included the reading and discussing of, and writing about graphic novels.…
Descriptors: Elementary School Students, Grade 4, Educational Technology, Technology Uses in Education
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Blaikie, Fiona – Studies in Art Education: A Journal of Issues and Research in Art Education, 2018
Visual and cultural identities are situated in habitus, social theory on the body and clothing. Framed by narrative inquiry, girl method, and feminist research, I investigated the mean girl experiences of Grace and Hayley, who witnessed hostility alongside an exaggerated policed feminine sartorial aesthetic. White, middle and upper class, managers…
Descriptors: Social Theories, Cultural Influences, Social Influences, Human Body
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Griffin, Shelley M.; Rowsell, Jennifer; Winters, Kari-Lynn; Vietgen, Peter; McLauchlan, Debra; McQueen-Fuentes, Glenys – International Journal of Education & the Arts, 2017
The arts have long been known as a central medium for nurturing artistic expression and aesthetic responses. Notions of arts-based teaching are combined with concepts of literacy and composition, focusing on the fact that these separate fields have the potential for relational meaning making. In this article, three arts-based, qualitative research…
Descriptors: Art Education, Music Education, Drama, Individual Power
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Pantaleo, Sylvia – Language and Education, 2017
The data featured in this article were gathered during a classroom-based research project with Grade 2 (six- and seven-year-old) children. The overall purposes of the study included exploration of how the development of young children's understanding of elements of visual art and design would affect their comprehension, interpretation, and…
Descriptors: Critical Thinking, Picture Books, Classroom Research, Elementary School Students
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Savoie, Alain – Cambridge Journal of Education, 2017
The pertinence and worth of arts in Quebec primary schools vary considerably from one institution and school administration to another. In this paper it is argued that well-integrated arts education would bring a large array of pedagogical benefits to students, not the least of which is the preservation and the development of aesthetic perception…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Elementary Schools, Art Education, Aesthetic Education
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Johnston, Kirsty – Research in Drama Education, 2017
Could targeted inclusion initiatives press Canada's professional theatre community to tap the vast reserve of disabled people disenfranchised by its current practices? In 2015/2016, several long-standing professional institutions dedicated to fostering Canadian theatre joined with Canadian disability theatre artists in order to mark and understand…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Theater Arts, Drama, Disabilities
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Dénommé-Welch, Spy; Rowsell, Jennifer – Brock Education: A Journal of Educational Research and Practice, 2017
This paper engages some of the philosophical and epistemological underpinnings of silence, and its implications for teaching and learning both within and beyond educational settings. In this exploration, the authors draw on self-reflexive observations, woven throughout the paper as a series of vignettes, to explore questions of silence and its…
Descriptors: Auditory Stimuli, Epistemology, Reflection, Vignettes
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Marcinow, Michelle L.; Randall Simpson, Janis A.; Whiting, Susan J.; Jung, Mary E.; Buchholz, Andrea C. – Health Education & Behavior, 2017
Many young Canadian adults are not meeting dietary calcium recommendations. This is concerning as adequate calcium is important throughout young adulthood to maximize peak bone mass for osteoporosis prevention. There are limited studies that have explored young adults' perceptions toward calcium and health. Our objectives were to determine young…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Young Adults, Attitudes, Nutrition
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