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Dropping out of school: exploring the narratives of Aboriginal people in one Manitoba community through Lederach’s conflict transformation framework
Why do seventy percent of Canadian Aboriginal students drop out of school? Although the literature focuses on reform to schools, school systems, and to the formal relationships that govern Aboriginal education, there is, ...
Creating collaborative spaces for musical meaning-making: redefining the music specialist/classroom teacher relationship
This study examines what and how classroom teachers and a music specialist learn on their own, with each other, and with their students when they engage in collaborative, multimodal teaching and learning experiences. ...
Constructing Canadian citizens: a textual analysis of Canadian citizenship guides in English - 1947-2012
The purpose of this study was to analyze Canadian Citizenship Guides as a proxy for an official policy voice of the Canadian government about what it means to be a Canadian citizen and what is expected from a Canadian ...
Aboriginal inclusion in Yukon's mining industry: training for employment
The level of Aboriginal inclusion in Yukon's mining workforce was assessed using two training for employment program case studies, document and literature reviews and participant interviews with key Yukon individuals ...