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The Evolution of John Mezirow's Transformative Learning Theory
This article is a review of Mezirow's transformative learning from its inception to the latest definition. The review builds on Taylor's earlier discussions, but unlike his review, this history ofExpand
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Teacher Supply and Demand: Issues in Northern Canada
This two‐year study (2007‐2009), which examined teacher supply and demand issues in northern Canada – Fort Nelson School District (BC), the Fort Vermilion School Division (AB), the Yukon DepartmentExpand
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Teachers and Technology
This article reports the findings of a study conducted with 10 teachers who experienced perspective transformations as they learned to use educational technology and integrate it into their classroomExpand
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‘Am I safe here and do you like me?’ Understanding complex trauma and attachment disruption in the classroom
Elementary and special education teachers and school counsellors currently provide support to children presenting learning disabilities and behavioural problems symptomatic of the more hiddenExpand
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Adult‐Learning Principles, Technology and Elementary Teachers and their Students: the perfect blend?
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Blended learning is a process by which educators use varied web‐, print‐ and classroom based techniques to present a specific set of skills to a group of learners. Expand
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Hidden Burdens: a Review of Intergenerational, Historical and Complex Trauma, Implications for Indigenous Families
Drawing on decades of work as allies with Indigenous families and communities in Canada, the authors present a review of literature on intergenerational, historical trauma and the effects of earlyExpand
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An Application of Mezirow’s Critical Reflection Theory to Electronic Portfolios
In this study, the authors developed a framework for the analysis of teacher reflection in standards-based e-portfolios. Using NVivo, the authors analyzed the written arguments of 127 students, asExpand
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The Preservation of Canadian Indigenous Language and Culture through Educational Technology
This study was a preliminary investigation into the preservation of Indigenous language and culture through educational technology. Using the research methods of an online questionnaire, on-siteExpand
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School cultures, teachers, and technology transformation
This article outlines a recent study on school culture and technology adoption. Adapting Hargreaves’ (2003) model of school cultures, research findings are presented on three schools involved in aExpand
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