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Helping pre-service teachers grow their expertise in mathematics authentic assessment Mathematics permeates every aspect of our lives, from budgets to patterns to the local weather. Beyond their achievement in math class, developing children’ (More)
Some LGBTQ Canadians who travel for work may purchase an extra laptop or cell phone to ensure no personal photos or contacts are on their devices Kaela Jubas, University of Calgary Within the Pyeongchang 2018 Olympics, there have been obvious (More)
Igniting environmental citizenship through spiritual retreats Often located in picturesque settings, spiritual retreat centres are found across Canada. These sites offer visitors a chance to be still and to reconnect with themselves, their faith (More)
Unintended consequences of internationalization for LGBT scholars In recent years, efforts to promote equity and internationalization at post-secondary institutions have moved in parallel. Programs, policies, and other activities have strengthen (More)
How pop culture teaches Canadians about healthcare and work Outside the classroom, people engage in learning every day by interacting with popular culture. Despite the tendency to think about pop culture as mindless escape, it can foster understandi (More)
Helping international students become better self-regulated learners Adapting to a new language learning context can be a difficult task for international students. Students’ expectations of classroom experiences and their approach to learning (More)
Using technology to honour traditions in new ways The potential for technology to promote collaboration, connection, and creativity is being increasing realized in education. Whether in the classroom, or in the community, digital practices are hel (More)