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Student Growth through Design-Centered Learning: Report from the Learning Studios Pilot

Subjects: Design; STEM Education; Experiential LearningAustralia; Canada; Finland

  • Source: Digital Promise Global. 77 pp.

  • Abstract: Recent years have seen the emergence of design-thinking and maker learning initiatives across formal and informal learning ... ERIC

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Translanguaging as Transmediation: Embodied Critical Literacy Engagements in a French-English Bilingual Classroom

Subjects: Code Switching (Language); Action Research; College School CooperationCanada

  • Source: Australian Journal of Applied Linguistics, v3 n1 p42-59 2020. 18 pp.

  • Abstract: Translanguaging theory highlights linguistic and semiotic resources as an integrated communicative repertoire for knowledge construction (Li, 2018). Language is learned and used in conjunction with other ... As Provided

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Ecological Identity, Empathy, and Experiential Learning: A Young Child's Explorations of a Nearby River

Subjects: Empathy; Self Concept; Environmental EducationCanada

  • Source: Australian Journal of Environmental Education, v34 n2 p143-158 Jul 2018. 16 pp.

  • Abstract: This article uses an unconventional format to explore the role of parent and nature and the development of a young child's ecological identity. It follows ... As Provided

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Getting Radical: Using Design Thinking to Foster Collaboration

Subjects: Design; Cooperative Learning; TeamworkCanada

  • Source: Papers on Postsecondary Learning and Teaching, v4 p50-57 2020. 8 pp.

  • Abstract: Design Thinking (DT) has recently been adopted in some higher education disciplines as an effective pedagogical approach to enable students to acquire the skills needed ... As Provided

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Examining Changes in Medical Students' Emotion Regulation in an Online PBL Session

Subjects: Medical Students; Emotional Response; Self ControlCanada; Hong Kong

  • Source: Knowledge Management & E-Learning, v11 n2 p129-157 Jun 2019. 30 pp.

  • Abstract: Given recent attention to emotion regulation (ER) as an important factor in personal well-being and effective social communication, there is a need for detection mechanisms ... As Provided

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Elementary Teachers' Perceptions of Preparedness to Teach English Language Learners

Subjects: English Language Learners; Teaching Methods; Elementary School TeachersHaiti; Canada

  • Source: Educational Research and Reviews, v14 n10 p349-357 May 2019. 9 pp.

  • Abstract: With the steady increase in the English Language Learner (ELL) population in the U.S., this case study was aimed at capturing elementary teachers' perceptions ... As Provided

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Examining physiological and self‐report indicators of empathy during learners' interaction with a queer history app.

Subjects: *MOBILE apps in education; *EMPATHY; *MINORITY studentsCANADA

  • Source: British Journal of Educational Technology. Nov2020, Vol. 51 Issue 6, p1920-1937. 18p. 1 Chart, 1 Graph, 1 Map.

  • Abstract: Mobile apps take advantage of the ubiquity of mobile phones and can be used to share unique pedagogical experiences with multimedia content not yet available ... Copyright of British Journal of Educational Technology is the property of Wiley-Blackwell and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites ...

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The "Autobiography of Intercultural Encounters": Mixed Results amongst Canadian Adolescents

Subjects: Intercultural Communication; Autobiographies; Student AttitudesCanada

  • Source: Language and Intercultural Communication, v20 n1 p7-21 2020. 15 pp.

  • Abstract: Reflecting upon their intercultural experiences, with a tool like the "Autobiography of intercultural encounters," may help adolescents become better interculturalists. This research investigates how the ... As Provided

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An Insurgent Curatorial Strategy: Using Dialogue and Collaboration to Create Meaning in Public Art Galleries and Museums

Subjects: Museums; Art; CreativityCanada

  • Source: International Journal of Lifelong Education, v37 n1 p134-146 2018. 13 pp.

  • Abstract: My insurgent curatorial strategy incorporates theory around dialogue and is used to develop a participatory and collaborative process that gives voice to those who are ... As Provided

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Attributional Beliefs of Canadian Trainee Teachers toward Students with a Learning Disability

Subjects: Learning Disabilities; Student Teacher Attitudes; Attitudes toward DisabilitiesCanada

  • Source: Alberta Journal of Educational Research, v60 n1 p119-134 Spr 2014. 16 pp.

  • Abstract: Teachers are one of the most important factors in successful inclusion of students with a learning disability in mainstream classrooms. Attitudes ... As Provided

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