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Wanderland: Exploring Experimentation in Design Theory to Find New Ways of Working, Understanding and Interpreting Process and Outcomes
This paper examines experimentation in graphic design to understand how a designer might uncover new ways of working apart from the conventional solution-based approach in professional practice. Particular attention is ...
From Freedom to Equality: Thinking Politics and Education with Jacques Ranciere
Is there such a thing as an emancipatory education? If so, what does an emancipatory education look like? This is the question that motivates this dissertation. It is also a question that has motivated many other political ...
Operation Untitled is a screenplay exploring the self-empowerment of the individual against the socio-political and religious forces that inform the hierarchy of a Catholic high school. The protagonist, Peter Charles who ...
The Second Sex of Tomorrow? Constructions of Masculinity in the Moral Panic About Boy's Education. A Content Analysis of Canadian News Media
Based on qualitative content analysis of articles in ten major Canadian newspapers between 1990 and 2011, this thesis asks how masculinity is represented in discourses about gender and education. My analysis suggests that ...
"Girl You Better Apply to Teachers' College": The History of Black Women Educators in Ontario, 1940s - 1980s
Girl You Better Apply to Teachers College examines the role of black women educators in Ontario from the 1940s to the 1980s. In an attempt to contribute to historical analysis on black identity, citizenship and racial ...
Nursing Students' Beliefs About Substance Use Disorders
Persons with substance use disorder (SUD) are subject to stigma and judgement. Stigma worsens clinical outcomes, undermines life opportunities, and decreases well-being of persons who use substances (Corrigan, Schomerus, ...
Process vs. Product: Post-Secondary Musical Theatre Pedagogy
In the fall of 2016, I directed a production of Shrek: The Musical as part of Theatre Sheridans 2016/2017 season. This document represents a record of the productions process, from the initial research in the summer of ...
POP-ing the Strings: A Fresh Sound from a Classical Source
Internationally trained artist Nicole Marques breaks free from the conventions of Classical Violin with her refreshing POP Strings compositions. As an educator, Nicole Marques understands the importance of student ...
Picturing Imperial Citizenship: The Colonial Office Visual Instruction Committee's Slide Lecture Series, 1902-45
Citizenship has emerged as a key term in recent photography theory as way to assert the critical potential of images as tools of civic engagement and political action, insisting that photographs are a forceful language ...
Ballet Pedagogy as Kinesthetic Collaboration: Exploring Kinesthetic Dialogue in an Embodied Student-Teacher Relationship
The twenty-first century ballet class often retains traditional organization, beginning with the barre work, continuing with the centre practice, adage, pirouettes, and allegro. However, the pedagogical demands on teachers ...
Distance Education Provides a Positive Learning Experience
Distance education is an effective way to provide professional bridging education for IEHPs. Some barriers to learning, however, do exist.
Anti-British in Every Sense of the Word? Methodist Preachers, School Libraries, and the Problem of American Books in Upper Canada, 1820-1860
(Canadian Society of Church History, 2013)
Sexual Knowledge and Victimization in Adults with Autism Spectrum Disorders
(Springer US, 2014-09)
There is a significant gap in understanding the risk of sexual victimization in individuals with autism spectrum disorders (ASD) and the variables that contribute to risk. Age appropriate sexual interest, limited sexual ...
I'll Tell the Story My Way! Multi-perspective, Multimodal Storytelling in an Elementary Classroom
The project investigated how elementary students engaged in creating 21st-century narratives with multiple perspective storylines enriched with images, videos and sound. The project was implemented as three substudies - ...
Optimizing Song Retention through Spacing
The distributed practice or spacing effect refers to the improvement in memory retention for materials learned in a series of distributed sessions over learning massed in a single session. It has been studied in the domains ...
Judging the Credibility of Websites: An Effectiveness Trial of the Spacing Effect in the Elementary Classroom
Spaced learningthe spacing effectis a cognitive phenomenon whereby memory for to-be-learned material is better when a fixed amount of study time is spread across multiple learning sessions instead of crammed into a more ...