Junior High Students' Perceptions of Mathematics Learning Experiences

by Jesse Diachuk

Jesse Diachuk is an Albertan educator who has spent his nine-year teaching career in the Edmonton Catholic School District, the latter eight at Monsignor Fee Otterson Elementary/Junior High School. He teaches predominately junior high mathematics and is in the process of completing his Masters of Education in Educational Studies at the University of Alberta, where his graduate research has been focused on student perceptions of mathematics. His interest in mathematics education led to his involvement in the NORCAN Project, an international partnership between Canada and Norway centred on promoting equitable mathematics learning experiences for all students.


So How Am I Doing?: How School Leaders Collect and Use Feedback

by Rebekah Benoit 

Rebekah Benoit completed her Masters degree at the University of Calgary in 2017. During her 10-year teaching career in Alberta, she was fortunate to work with many talented administrators, who inspired her to focus her research on educational leadership and how communication and relationship-building between principals and teachers positive benefits students and schools. Rebekah currently lives in Montana with her husband and three daughters, and looks forward to the next phase of her educational journey as she pursues her PhD. 


Individual Pursuits as Project-based Learning

by Janice Dinel and Lori Vigfusson



Promoting Metacognition with Early Math Learners

by Meghann N. Fior, Jac J. W. Andrews, and Michelle A. Drefs

Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary