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Gilham, Christopher Matthew; Wei, Yifeng; Kutcher, Stanley; MacIntyre, Catherine; MacCuspic, Sharon; Fougere, Wanda – McGill Journal of Education, 2021
This research investigated whether a mental health literacy resource could increase Grade 12 students' mental health literacy. Bachelor of Education students (N = 8) from a university in rural Atlantic Canada created a board game and mental health seminar based on the resource. They applied the resource through the board game and seminar to Grade…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mental Health, Multiple Literacies, Undergraduate Students
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Ayoub, Mohamad; Zhou, George – McGill Journal of Education, 2021
This paper reports on the postmigration experiences of a group of Somali refugee students attending public schools in a southwestern city in Ontario, Canada. The findings were drawn from a qualitative study conducted to investigate the participants' postmigration experiences. Data were collected through semi-structured, one-on-one interviews with…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Refugees, Foreign Students, Student Experience
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Emond, Geneviève – McGill Journal of Education, 2021
According to Johnson (2007), learning and teaching arise from a human being's bodily experience in relationship with others and the environment (embodiment). Many teachers perceive and mobilize their bodies in rather unconscious ways. Becoming conscious of their perceptions can help them teach. It can also influence their internal/external…
Descriptors: Elementary School Teachers, Human Body, Motion, Physical Activities
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Cherubini, Lorenzo – McGill Journal of Education, 2021
The education of Indigenous students in Ontario's publicly-funded schools remains concerning. Given the socio-historical marginalization of Indigenous student epistemologies in public education, it is necessary for teachers to address Indigenous students' learning needs while critically examining their own assumptions as teachers. Prospective…
Descriptors: Preservice Teachers, Expectation, Indigenous Populations, Minority Group Students
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Sivia, Awneet; Britton, Vandy – McGill Journal of Education, 2021
This study explores teachers' professional learning (TPL) in the context of a school-wide implementation of Project Based Learning (PBL).Using phenomenology, we studied the narratives of two teachers engaged in the implementation. The questions driving this research are: How do teachers conceptualize their learning as professionals involved in a…
Descriptors: Faculty Development, Curriculum Implementation, Active Learning, Student Projects
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Falkenberg, Thomas; Ukasoanya, Grace; Krepski, Heather – McGill Journal of Education, 2021
What does it mean for students to flourish (to be well) in school, what school ecology would this require, and what capabilities to live a flourishing life should schools help students develop? In this article, we report on a study that inquired into these three questions from the perspective of the students themselves, which is a perspective…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, High School Students, Well Being, Self Concept
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Teichert, Laura; Salman, Munizah – McGill Journal of Education, 2021
This paper reflects on the tensions that exist for early years practitioners who are unsure of how to navigate digital childhoods while being confronted with contradictory information. Provincial curriculums and early learning frameworks recognize the need for children to develop digital literacy skills while the Canadian Paediatric Society…
Descriptors: Early Childhood Education, Information Technology, Technological Literacy, Technology Integration
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Rodon, Thierry; Ratel, Jean-Luc; Gross, Pamela Hakongak; Lévesque, Francis; Okalik, Maatalii – McGill Journal of Education, 2021
We present a multiple correspondence analysis (MCA) based on a survey of 362 Inuit students and graduates from Nunavut who attended college or university in Canada. Most participants reported that they were satisfied with their postsecondary educational experience and that postsecondary education had greatly improved their income and job outcomes.…
Descriptors: College Students, Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge, Language Attitudes
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Güsewell, Angelika; Vivien, Rym; Terrien, Pascal – McGill Journal of Education, 2021
This study aimed to provide first responses to the question of whether the pedagogical heritage of an instrumental music teacher, in the present case the great violinist and violin teacher Veda Reynolds, can be reconstructed by analyzing and comparing the discourse of their former students. To address this question, an ergo-didactic approach was…
Descriptors: Music Education, Music Teachers, Teaching Styles, Teaching Models
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White, Boyd Eric – McGill Journal of Education, 2020
This article takes its direction from notable educators such as John Dewey and Elliot Eisner who argue in favour of endorsing uncertainty and related responses within educational practice. The argument is a push­back against current emphasis on standardization, with its accompanying focus on single right answers that don't do justice to the…
Descriptors: Educational Theories, Educational Practices, Ambiguity (Context), Standards
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Henze, Adam David – McGill Journal of Education, 2020
This article explores the "daemons" that many university students face by exploring Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" in a creative way. Using a poetic method called "erasure," the author of this article cut fragmented descriptions of Victor Frankenstein, and stitched them together to craft a poem about the need for…
Descriptors: Graduate Students, Student Attitudes, Self Management, Autobiographies
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Lipset, Michael – McGill Journal of Education, 2020
The author examines a federally funded internship program he organized while serving as the director of the High School for Recording Arts Los Angeles program. The school paid students to operate their own record label. Under the American Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act, approved organizations provide paid, for-credit internships to young…
Descriptors: Federal Aid, Internship Programs, Partnerships in Education, Music
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Burkholder, Casey M.; Chase, Allen – McGill Journal of Education, 2020
What creative approaches might be harnessed to encourage social critique and action in pre-service Geography teacher education? By reflecting on an assignment in Casey's Introduction to Teaching Geography class where pre-service teachers (including Allen) visually mapped a worker's labour for a day on unceded and unsurrendered Wolastoqiyik…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Preservice Teachers, Social Studies, Preservice Teacher Education
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Ihnatovych, Diana – McGill Journal of Education, 2020
Independence and critical thinking are crucial for survival in our contemporary world. Learners and new teachers in training should be trusted to discover and develop their own voice in teaching and learning and be encouraged to surrender expectation to produce predetermined outcomes by strictly following scripted curriculum because it is…
Descriptors: Creative Teaching, Learning Processes, Creative Thinking, Educational Change
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Rajabali, Anar – McGill Journal of Education, 2020
In this photo essay, I enact how a creative pedagogue engages with artistic practice and contemplative inquiry. As a poet, at home in words, photography represents a creative risk. This vulnerability is felt in the sharing of the work through the lens of (re)search. Hence, I ask: Does it have wings? By delving in expressive forms toward the…
Descriptors: Inquiry, Photography, Creativity, Teaching Methods
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