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Experiences of masculinity in Health and Physical Education Body image is a taboo topic among boys. Faced with images and impressions of masculinity every day, they are pushed to conform to unrealistic media expectations and idealized bodies. Ye (More)
Integrating policy and science for global sustainability Bringing scientists from across the Americas together, the Inter-American Institute for Global Change Research (IAI) created a professional seminar series to focus on sustainability across N (More)
The benefits of full-day kindergarten in Canada As full-day kindergarten programs continue to expand across the country, reviewing the effectiveness of these programs is essential to supporting effective teaching and learning in the early years. (More)
Using Western African cultural texts to present diverse views in the classroom Schools are increasingly charged with creating global citizens and engaging the pluralism in Canadian society. In this climate, teachers are turning to ways that honour (More)
The role and place of literatures in Indigenous communities and learning Literature can be a powerful tool, particularly as a space of possibility for social change. Whether inside or outside the classroom, when people see themselves storied in th (More)
The potential of ‘Let’s Play’ videos as sites of new literacies A hybrid of game play and video production, Let’s Play videos (LPs) are made by gamers using video and screenshots to document their play.  Posted on sites like YouTube, Stea (More)
Indigenous communities lead the way in renewable energy developments and partnerships Indigenous communities are increasingly becoming leaders in clean and renewable energy projects across Canada. Often reflective of Indigenous cultural and enviro (More)