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This research is an exploration of physically-devised performance processes. The paper is in dialogue with a major performance (Loss2Lust), which has been recorded on DVD, and will remain stored at Queen’s University in ...
A short path to a long road: Adult English Language Learners-An exploration of explicit instruction and cognitive vocabulary learning strategies
Vocabulary is the backbone of language. According to Nation (2006), an estimated 6000 to 7000 word families are needed to learn to function orally; and roughly 8000 to 9000 word families are needed to comprehend written ...
THE ROOKIE TEACHER: A DESCRIPTION OF THE OCCASIONAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE AS SEEN THROUGH THE EYES OF NEW SUPPLY TEACHERS
The purpose of this project was to generate a set of actionable recommendations to assist school districts and school administrators and staff to support new occasional teachers during the early stages of their professional ...
Tackling major depressive episodes (MDE) among students at Queen's University
The purpose of this project was to develop a tool for students to seek professional help if they were suffering from a Major Depressive Episode (MDE). If depression is left untreated, it can affect students‘ academic ...
“A Place of Being”: Helping “students with exceptionalities” find their place using Indigenous ways of knowing.
Throughout my teaching career, I have worked closely with students with exceptionalities and have observed, time and time again, the need for change within our special education system. My students often struggle academically ...
Gravitas in the Desert: An Analysis of Selected Letters of Isidore of Pelusium and his Influence on the Secular and Ecclesiastical Affairs of the Fifth Century CE.
With the 2,000 letters that have come down to us under his name, Isidore of Pelusium has long been considered an important Church father not only for the quality of his doctrinal exegesis, but also for the meticulous ...
The Use of Writing Strategies in Science, Technology, Society and Environment (STSE) Education
In broad terms, STSE is an umbrella term that explores the interplay between science and society (Pedretti, 2005). One of the goals of STSE education is to enable students to formulate a critical understanding of the ...
Applying Feminist and Queer Theories to Gender-Based Violence in Post-Conflict Societies: A Case Study of the Transition Process in Liberia
This MRP applies Feminist and Queer theories to gender-based violence in Post-Conflict Societies, evaluating specifically the transition process in Liberia.
Revitalizing the Vancouver Viaducts: Recommendations for Implementing Parks and Public Space Beneath the Georgia and Dunsmuir Street Viaducts in Vancouver, British Columbia
The City of Vancouver has created guiding principles in attempts to create more park amenities and public space beneath the Georgia and Dunsmuir Viaducts. In response to this, this report aims to evaluate two similar case ...
Education Children with Angelman Syndrome: Moving Beyond Social Inclusion
Angelman syndrome is a genetic disorder that causes significant disabilities. Students diagnosed with this syndrome generally present in the classroom with a lack of oral language, significant developmental delay, a uniquely ...