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Tran, Hang Thi Thuy – in education, 2019
Since my family came to Canada, family story nights have become our daily practice. Within such moments, I explore how I, as a mother, have been sustaining the Vietnamese language and traditions in my family and how, when transitioning to a new land, this has become the core of our familiar curriculum making (Huber, Murphy, & Clandinin, 2011).…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Immigrants, Cultural Maintenance, Language Maintenance
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Reid, Nathalie; Farmer, Joanne; Desrochers, Claire; McKenzie-Robblee, Sue – in education, 2019
A variety of online programs, apps, and digital learning management systems currently "provide teachers with a means to more easily communicate and share information with students and parents through discussion forums, social media, videoconferencing, email, grade books, and announcements" (Howell & O'Donnell, 2017, p.28). While…
Descriptors: Computer Mediated Communication, Technology Uses in Education, Family School Relationship, Interaction
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Gillis, Eleanor; Mitton-Kükner, Jennifer – in education, 2019
Teacher inquiry is the intentional and methodical reflection on one's praxis that leads to action, and the resulting adjustments to one's teaching practice. While scholars identify the importance of supports to be in place to sustain engagement in teacher inquiry, the specifics of the supports have remained somewhat unidentified, and there is…
Descriptors: Inquiry, Faculty Development, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Middle School Teachers
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Oskineegish, Melissa – in education, 2019
This paper explores the role of self-reflection in a teacher education program. In a mandatory Aboriginal Education course in northwestern Ontario, teacher candidates participated in a variety of self-reflection activities that included two reflection papers, non-traditional sharing circles, and lectures, and classroom discussions that challenged…
Descriptors: Reflection, Self Evaluation (Individuals), Teacher Education Programs, Preservice Teachers
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Fidyk, Alexandra – in education, 2019
In response to provincial and national calls for whole school approaches, and in the hope to support new teacher competencies aimed at promoting mental health, this paper considers the changing dynamics within the current classroom through elements and implications of a participatory study conducted in an Alberta urban elementary school. Specifics…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Urban Schools, Elementary Schools, Trauma
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Leung, Fok-Shuen – in education, 2019
We outline the broad epistemic tendencies of Inuit and Qallunaaq1 teaching, in the context of a faculty member in the Mathematics department of a large, research-oriented Qallunaaq university. We argue that, against the recommendations of academic literature, historical support and personal experience, the South maintains a position of strong…
Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction, Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge, Teaching Methods
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Wimmer, Randolph; Young, Beth; Xiao, Jing – in education, 2019
In this article, we discuss our recent and current efforts to offer an innovative form of ongoing teacher education designed explicitly for Internationally Educated Teachers (IETs), which might be considered a type of in-service teacher education. We share some of the observations of IETs who have completed the Faculty of Education's Bridging…
Descriptors: Teacher Education Programs, Foreign Countries, Immigrants, Inservice Teacher Education
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Seitz, Paolina; Hill, S. Laurie – in education, 2019
This paper describes a collaborative project between Tsuut'ina Education and St. Mary's University, Faculty of Education. The project addresses the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's (TRC) (2015) "Calls to Action" in reference to language and culture. Our work with the Gunaha instructors of Tsuut'ina Education was carried out with the…
Descriptors: Language Usage, Cultural Influences, Indigenous Populations, Indigenous Knowledge
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Downey, Adrian M.; Bell, Rachael; Copage, Katelyn; Whitty, Pam – in education, 2019
Working from the premise that learning to live well in our places is quickly becoming a necessity of human survival, in this article we weave together divergent experiences of our shared place, the Wabanaki Confederacy or Eastern Canada, and literatures and literacies of that place. This article is methodologically framed using the concept of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Literacy, American Indian Languages, Land Settlement
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Sanford, Katherine; Hopper, Timothy; Robertson, Kerry; Bell, Dana; Collyer, Vivian; Lancaster, Laura – in education, 2019
The world, influenced by 21st century technologies and ecological challenges, has rapidly changed with more ability to "connect" locally and globally and more opportunities to learn from a range of sources. As a result, our learners and their needs have changed. With such rapid changes, conceptions of educational leadership need to…
Descriptors: Instructional Leadership, Social Change, Student Needs, School Districts
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Janzen, Melanie D. – in education, 2019
Teacher education programs in Canada--by the nature of their geographic locations and composition of their faculty and students--remain largely urban centric in their values and programs. Yet, teacher education programs are responsible for preparing teachers for rural, remote, and northern teaching experiences. In this study, I explore the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Education Programs, Practicums, Rural Areas
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Kutsyuruba, Benjamin; Walker, Keith; Al Makhamreh, Maha; Stasel, Rebecca Stroud – in education, 2018
Our pan-Canadian research study examined the differential impact of teacher induction and mentorship programs on the early career teachers' retention. This article details the stories from our interview participants (N=36) in relation to what their lived experiences were during their first years of teaching and how they dealt with the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Beginning Teachers, Teacher Persistence, Faculty Mobility
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Tagoonaden, Karen; Morajelo, Lisa; Kennedy, Lindsay – in education, 2018
This paper explores how three researchers utilize critical friendship to systematically examine the nuanced roles of Teacher Education and Nursing Education practices in a community of inquiry. An ancillary theme investigates sustainable structures for supporting the professional learning of teacher and nursing educators. Respectively from two…
Descriptors: Friendship, Inquiry, Nursing Education, Communities of Practice
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Orlowski, Paul – in education, 2018
This article describes a study that took place in Helsinki, Finland in late 2015. A Canadian education professor conducted individual interviews with Finnish educators: six practicing teachers in Helsinki schools, two education professors at the University of Helsinki, and the advisor to the president of Finland's teachers' union. Although all…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Educators, Teacher Role, Teacher Attitudes
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Avery, Kent F. G.; Huggan, Carolyn T.; Preston, Jane P. – in education, 2018
The purpose of this qualitative study is to document the experiences of students who participated in a flipped classroom during a Grade 11 Modern World History and a Grade 11 Biology course. An abridged literature review revealed the flipped classroom provides enriched opportunities for collaborative learning and for greater teacher-student…
Descriptors: Blended Learning, High School Students, Learner Engagement, 21st Century Skills
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