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This paper shares the results of an ethnographic case study into the role a principal had in maintaining a growing minority language school while implementing an inclusive policy for students with learning and physical difficulties. The principal was very aware of the reputation and image of the sch...
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A retrospective exploratory analysis of data related to student mobility and literacy in one Canadian low-income, urban, elementary school found one-quarter of the student population changed over the course of an academic year. Transience rates tended to cluster in particular rooms. Mobility had lit...
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"Literary pathways: Selecting books to support new readers" by Barbara Peterson is reviewed.
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This chapter reviews recent theoretical and empirical literature regarding teachers' uses of the target (TL) and first (L1) languages in second (SL) and foreign (FL) language classrooms. Theoretically, the article explores several issues related to teachers' use of the L1 and the TL in the classroom...
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Describes the pedagogical approaches of 4 Grade 9 core French teachers and compares students' results on tests of general French proficiency and achievement tests, based on the objectives of a multidimensional project-based instructional unit used by all 4 teachers. Observation data suggest that the...
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Uses a letter format to create a dialogue regarding the practice of a critical pedagogy in the college classroom. Asserts the importance of acknowledging different dialogical spaces occupied by men and women resulting from the power differential; fundamental differences in the way they each perceive...
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Recent studies in the literature on online learning highlight a constructivist approach to knowledge-building in Web-based environments. In this case study of an online course, students were introduced to a constructivist orientation toward learning, a requirement to work in a new learning environme...
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During the mid- to late-1990s, the declining economy in Nova Scotia led to a reduction in the number of school boards and the closure or amalgamation of smaller schools. This paper presents findings from the first phase of a longitudinal case study that explored the amalgamation of five elementary s...
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Rev. of Serving linguistically and culturally diverse students : strategies for the school library media specialist, by Melvina Azar Dame
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This paper presentes the preliminary findings from a doctoral research on the ethnocultural preparation of teachers in western Canada. This three-stage study explored what steps, if any, are taken to prepare teachers so that they might be successful educators of ethnoculturally diverse student popul...
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Rev. of Ski Stooges, by Paul Kropp.
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Rev. of Writing on Stone: Scenes from a Maine Island Life, by Christina Marsden Gillis
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This article is designed for core French teachers at all levels, especially pre-service and new teachers. The article proposes effective strategies for maximizing teacher and student use of French, as well as strategies for a limited, selective, and judicious use of English to promote learning.
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A study investigated Indigenous community perceptions of White school administrators in northern Canada via 44 individual and focus group interviews with local stakeholders at four schools. Community perceptions of effective school leadership were inconsistent, and communities and administrators wer...