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Curriculum integration often appears complex and when this happens those who are involved with providing professional development or teacher education may be inclined to promote simplistic or solution-oriented approaches to facilitate integration. Many variants of a problem-solution model exist, and...
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In dialogical theories of the self, presence is understood as socially constructed as each ‘I’ position within the self comes to voice the multiple and socially influenced selves that are always in relation. In this poetic inquiry, the poems stage a dialogue within the self where each speaker v...
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Previous research separately acknowledges two emerging trends in adolescence but neglects to integrate them. These are that many changes have occurred in the school to work transitional processes, and that there is substantial need for adolescents, especially young women, to pursue science career pa...
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This paper examines the social impacts of digital media technology on youth; its paradoxes, points of resistance and reproductive tendencies. The place of digital media in the complexity of youth transitions over time is under theorized and studied. The use of digital media is well documented such t...
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Based on a qualitative case study of two rural schools located in Saskatchewan, Canada, this article reports thematic interpretations of parents' and principals' perspectives on new expectations for parents to contribute directly to school improvement planning as inundated by School Commun...