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Preceptorship in the Ghanaian context: “Coaching for a winning team”
Background: Preceptorship is an approach to teaching and learning in the clinical setting. It is purported to facilitate the connection between nursing education and clinical practice, foster anExpand
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The Death of the Good Canadian: Teachers, National Identities, and the Social Studies Curriculum
George Richardson's thoughtfully conceived and written study The Death of the Good Canadian is timely. Dealing with questions that are—or should be—at the forefront of curricular and pedagogicalExpand
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Between the National and the Global: Exploring Tensions in Canadian Citizenship Education
Over the last fifteen years, most national public education systems have added some component of ‘global citizenship education’ to their existing civic education curricula. This move to expand theExpand
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Between a rock and a (very) hard place
Conversations with teachers and professional development leaders enable us, as researchers, to highlight the ambiguous promise of action research within the context of mandated teacher professionalExpand
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Homi Bhabha and Canadian Curriculum Studies: Beyond the Comforts of the Dialectic
In this article we consider the potential for the work of the postcolonial theorist, Homi Bhabha, to engage us in important reflections on Canadian curriculum studies. Drawing on Bhabha’s writingsExpand
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Troubling the canon of citizenship education
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Decolonizing Democratic Education
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