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FOUR SECONDARY TEACHERS’ PERSPECTIVES ON ENHANCING THE INCLUSION OF EXCEPTIONAL STUDENTS
Recent reports suggest that the number of students receiving special education services in Ontario has risen from 14% to 23% in a ten-year span (People for Education, 2015). Thus, there is a growing need to study which ...
Enacting Cognition: Actor Education and the Performance of Everyday Life
This qualitative study explores inner and outer experience in the context of dramatic arts, and specifically in actor education. The author defines experience as the richness of now. It is everything that we bring to each ...
Evaluating Engineering Career Resources Available Within the Ontario High School System
Awareness and knowledge of both engineering education programming and the engineering profession is important for students in high school because strategic course choices must be made for students to qualify for university ...
Accessing English Language Education in Urban Immigrant Gateways: The Case of Ottawa
Immigration to Canadian cities is a growing phenomenon. While much previous international migration research has focused on states and borders, cities are receiving increasing attention as a scale at which the lived ...
What's love got to do with it?!: Teaching as a 'labour of love' and Ontario's 2012-13 labour disputes.
The following entails a “historico-critical” (Foucault  2010:46) analysis of the connection between teaching and love encapsulated in public, political and media discourses during the 2012-13 education labour disputes ...