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(Th)ink Culture: Motivation and Meaning Making in Modern Tattoos
Tattoo culture and the community it has created have undergone a renaissance since the 1980s. Persons with tattoos now account for an estimated 34% of the North American population between the ages of 18-30. Despite this ...
Chronic Pain: a Community-Based Exercise and Education Program
Chronic pain affects approximately 16% to 36% of Canadian adults and is one of the most common reasons for physician visits in Canada. The effects of a self-referral community-based education/exercise program (Y-PEP) on ...
All Education is Environmental Education
The purpose of this study is to explore how secondary school students construct meanings for environmentalism. The study participants consisted of grade twelve students from a rural eastern Ontario secondary school. The ...
Education as a Political Act: Dewey, Freire and the (International Baccalaureate) Theory of Knowledge Curriculum
Active learning should be the ultimate aim of education. I argue that it is a three interrelated-step model of curriculum: one which promotes critical thinking, involves dialogue and ultimately indicates growth. It is a ...