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A Pedagogy of the Land: Dreams of respectful relations
(McGill University, Faculty of Education, 2002)
This article arises out of a partnership between an aboriginal community member and a university faculty member whose relational focus is the development of a pedagogy of the land within the Indigenous Knowledge Instructors ...
Recruitment and Retention of Somali Female Students Accessing Higher Education in Dadaab, Kenya
This paper examines the experiences of five Somali refugee women living and participating in higher education programs in Dadaab, Kenya with a particular focus on centering their narratives. Through exploring the different ...
The Gospel Choir: Community in Motion
University Governance in Canadian Higher Education
(Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, United Kingdom., 2001)
Indigenous Thought, Appropriation and Non-Aboriginal People
(Canadian Society for the Study of Education, 2010-01-04)
In this article, I explore the question, “What is the relationship between appropriation of Indigenous thought and what might be called ‘deep learning’ based in years of education in Indigenous contexts.” Beginning with ...
Continuing Collaborative Knowledge Production: Knowing when, where, how and why
(Journal of Intercultural Studies, 2001)
This paper questions assumptions about conducting research based in programs developed to serve communities which have traditionally had restricted access to the university. Grounded in an off-campus Master of Education ...
The Life of a Plant: Playing a Science-based Game in School
This is a report on the use of a science-focused video game in five very different secondary school settings in Ontario, Canada. A mixed-methods approach was used in the study, and included data gathered on general gameplay ...
Culturally Responsive Teaching: Stories of a First Nation, Métis, and Inuit Cross-Curricular Infusion in Teacher Education
(Leading English Education and Resource Network (LEARN), 2014-08-01)
This paper explores how the work of the infusion of First Nation, Métis, and Inuit traditions, perspectives, and histories at York University’s Faculty of Education Barrie Site unfolds in practice. It also highlights the ...
How Do Three Immigrant Women From Former Yugoslavia Perceive the Role of Accent in Intelligibility and Comprehensibility in the Canadian Workplace?
Recent trends in language instruction have begun to shift away from achieving a native-like accent and towards a focus on intelligibly and comprehensibility. However, a subset of learners continues to feel discriminated ...