28Oct

Budgetary Worm in the Inclusive Apple

By Andrea Gringhuis, Cindy Matheson and Tammy Nicks

 

28Oct

Enhancing Literacy Instruction

 

What skills and strategies do teachers need to facilitate the development of literacy skills in all learners?

 

28Oct

Educational Reform for 21st Century Learners: A study on Teacher Perspectives

 

Amy Christiansen has taught middle school for 17 years with Chinook’s Edge School Division and is currently an instructional coach at Olds College.

25May

Only the Lonely: A study of rural music specialist professional isolation and effects on efficacy

by Joyce Holoboff

 

Joyce Holoboff has taught elementary music and middle school band in Blackfalds, Alberta, for the past 23 years. She has recently completed a Masters of Education in Educational Studies through the University of Alberta. 

15Mar

COMPASS - The implementation of memory strategies in 21st century classrooms

By Heather Y. Boone and Meaghan G.J. Reist

               

7Mar

Measuring cognitive engagement

By Kendal Toll, Michelle A. Drefs, and Jennifer Lock

University of Calgary  

Kendal Toll, Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary; Michelle A. Drefs, Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary; Jennifer Lock, Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary.

7Mar

The out-of-control-classroom dream

By Peter Hill

 

Peter Hill was born in Vancouver and taught English for 30 years in the public system. Before teaching, he was a musician in Quebec, but got scared and came home to become a teacher. His Masters and PhD are from the University of British Columbia, and his dissertation is entitled, “Portrait of a Teacher: Stories that won’t go away.” He teaches part time in the Faculty of Education at UBC.

22Feb

Building reliable and valid teacher research questionnaires

By Ulas Kayapinar, PhD

Liberal Arts Department, American University of the Middle East, Kuwait