How do German bilingual teachers teach two languages?

Exploring pedagogy in a German Bilingual Program

Challenging Equivalency

Comparing international student achievement levels from different admissions pathways

Comedy in the classroom? How improv can promote literacy

While improv comedy in the classroom might nurture your child’s stage talent, it’s also a highly effective way of teaching literacy. Pictured here, La Ligue d’Improvisation Montréalaise. (Wikipedia Commons), CC BY-NC-SA

Spiritual Connections with Nature

Igniting environmental citizenship through spiritual retreats

Among the Boys

Experiences of masculinity in Health and Physical Education

Fourteen signs your daughter may have ADHD

Assessment scales for ADHD have been developed using mostly male research samples. As a result, the behaviours indicating ADHD in girls may not be what you expect

“We’re Doing This Together”

Counsellors developing and maintaining feminist identities

Equity for Everyone, Everywhere

Unintended consequences of internationalization for LGBT scholars

Bullying Outcomes

Coping with bullying: mental health outcomes of students with ASD

The Social Nature of Writing

The people who influence second language learners’ writing tasks

Meaning Making in Disasters

How parents talk to their children about the Fort McMurray wildfire

On My Own

Youth transitioning out of the foster care system

Elephant in the Room

Talking to children with ASD about their diagnosis

Making Technology Work

Gaining a broader perspective on technology use in the classroom

A Pan-American Approach to Global Change

Integrating policy and science for global sustainability

Academic Integrity

University educators’ perceptions and responses to plagiarism

Raging Skies

Designing game-based science assessment for elementary classrooms

Anti-Islamophobic Curriculums

Resources to promote intercultural awareness in the K-6 classroom

Universities unite against the academic black market

The second annual International Day of Action Against Contract Cheating is an attempt by universities around the world to raise awareness about students who hire others to do their work.

Teaching Quality Standard

What the revised Teaching Quality Standard means for new Alberta teachers

A “Productive Struggle”

Student perspectives on the Math 30-1 diploma exam

Barriers to Technology Use

Lessons from the Technology and High School Success initiative

Technology in the Early Years

Helping teachers design appropriate and engaging technological experiences

Enhancing Group Dynamics

How students’ math and gender identities impact their group work 

Supporting Syrian Students

How Alberta schools are responding to the needs of refugee students

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