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In search of greener grass : finding the path from English hegemony to multilingualism
This thesis investigates the meaning of English language hegemony as I, the researcher, have experienced it. Using an autoethnographic method, I recount stories of multilingual language learning that uncover the themes ...
Professional Development for Teachers in Rural and Remote Saskatchewan: Making a Case for Asynchronous Online Professional Development
Small schools are scattered across the sparsely-populated prairie province of Saskatchewan. With 35% of our population being educated in rural areas, it is essential from a social justice perspective that adequate supports ...
Music, growth and wisdom : the educational thought of Carl Orff and Alfred North Whitehead
This thesis demonstrates how an interdisciplinary, organic music program built on the theory of Alfred North Whitehead and the practice of Carl Orff fosters freedom, imagination, creative expression, discipline, and wisdom ...
Aboriginal goals of education in Lac La Ronge, Montreal Lake and Timber Bay, Saskatchewan : a case study
The main purpose of this study was to determine if Aboriginal people prefer goals of education that reflect an Aboriginal or Western perspective in education. In order to do this Aboriginal goals of education first had to ...
Specialized training in the Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program : a case study
The Saskatchewan Urban Native Teacher Education Program (SUNTEP) officially came into existence in April of 1980. The program is designed to recognize a unique and distinctive cultural group in Western ,Canada. Students ...
Divorce education : an alternative approach to meeting the needs of parents and children
This exploratory study was written with the intent to inform educators of the impact that divorce may have on children, of possible factors contributing to the resiliency in children of divorce, and of possible intervention ...