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In this paper1 I explore the connection between a/r/tography and poetic inquiry, and how together they cultivate multiple ways of understanding. I further claim that classroom situations are most provocative of thoughtfulness and critical consciousness when each student participates in the classroom...
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Gansu, China: International Conference on Improving Rural Education Quality through Information and Communication Technologies
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Offered between 2006 and 2009 and graduating 21 Inuit candidates, the Nunavut Master of Education program was a collaborative effort made to address the erosion of Inuit leadership in the K-12 school system after the creation of Nunavut, Canada’s newest territory, in 1999. Delivered to...
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In this paper we consider the kinds of pedagogical engagements a poetic consciousness might invoke. When we reflect on what it might mean to be poetically conscious in moments of teaching, learning, and connecting, what emerges is the possibility of integrating the classroom experience with the ever...
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It gives me great honour to welcome you to this special issue of Language & Literacy. In this issue you will find a range of thoughtful and provocative inquiries that reflect some of the diverse range of research in language and literacy education today. This issue was born of the recent mar...
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The purpose of this article is to describe programs and strategies dissuasive of Aboriginal youth gang involvement. Individual approaches target areas such as antisocial behavior, personal challenges, and negative thinking patterns. Family-orientated approaches reaffirm family values as a means to d...
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To find new ways around thinking about tenure track, we propose seven movements as a means to think beyond the limitations of binary, conceptual frameworks. A living inquiry in place, language, time, and self/other is the lens through which we experience the complexities and complicities of tenure a...
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On July 1, 2009 at a special ceremony in Iqaluit, 21 Inuit women graduated from Nunavut’s
first graduate degree program, a Master of Education in Leadership and Learning offered by the
University of Prince Edward Island in partnership with Nunavut Department of Education, St.
Franci...
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Center for Educational Research, University of Prince Edward Island