year

2018

Designing for Success

Werklund’s orientation program supports students in online learning

Cross-Cultural Professional Development

The potential of an international visiting scholars program to impact teaching and learning

Learning What Schooling Left Out

Pre-service teachers engaging in critical Indigenous service-learning

Challenging Heteronormativity

The experiences of gender and sexually diverse students highlight possibilities for Alberta schools

Authentic Math Assessment

Helping pre-service teachers grow their expertise in mathematics authentic assessment

Developing Leadership in a Community of Practice

Emergent leadership in a transnational higher education research team

From Reticence to Resistance

Educators’ successes, difficulties, and strategies for engaging with Indigenous environmental issues

Avoiding Post-Grad Work Woes

Millennial students finding meaningful employment after graduation

What happened to Asperger’s syndrome?

Dr. Adam McCrimmon discusses the use of the clinical term Asperger’s syndrome

Ensuring equity for LGBTQ Canadians on the road

Some LGBTQ Canadians who travel for work may purchase an extra laptop or cell phone to ensure no personal photos or contacts are on their devices

Principals’ Leadership Challenges

How exemplary school leaders across Canada handle complex challenges

Life After Service

How military Veterans see the transition to civilian life

Veterans’ Families

A look into the health and well-being of families of Canadian Veterans with mental health problems

How do Bilingual Program 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

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