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Pennycook, Postcolonialism, and TEFL: An Appreciation and Application

This article offers an explication and application of Alistair Pennycook's postcolonial ideas and concepts in two of his early works. It deploys these in analyzing TEFL curriculum and pedagogy.

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Published online: January 26, 2017

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Enhancing Teaching and Learning through Technology: A Comparative Study of YouSeeU Integration

This study examines the effectiveness of asynchronous video-sharing technology in curriculum enhancement, student-teacher interaction as well as student engagement and achievement in online courses that emphasize oral communication skills.

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Published online: January 20, 2017

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The Literacy Practices Guide: A "Smart Tool" for School Principals

The Literacy Practices Guide provides a structured way of observing the teaching of reading. It is a “smart tool” (Robinson and Timperley 2007) that can assist principals in leading learning.

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Published online: January 19, 2017

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Modern Educational Reforms in India and the United States

This article compares modern educational reforms in India and the United States.

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Published online: January 17, 2017

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A Comparison Study of Personal Wellbeing Indicators of College Students in Medical and Mental Health Care

This study compares a general student population, medical clients, and mental health clients at a college health center on a personal wellbeing checklist. Results and implications will be discussed.

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Published online: January 13, 2017

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The Reification of Mathematical Notions in Mathematics Education: A Four-stage Model of Concept Development

The reification of mathematical notions is a decision-making process and the high level of conceptual analysis usual in mathematical reasoning often reveals inconsistencies that causes cognitive dissonance between opposed alternatives.

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Published online: December 21, 2016

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The Role of Abductive Reasoning in Conversation Design

Conversation is critical for addressing organizational issues. Yet, conversations are frequently ineffective. This article illustrates how using abductive reason grounded in the spaces of design help to generate effective dialogue.

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Published online: December 20, 2016

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Technology and the Post-secondary Classroom: A Critical Inquiry into BYOD Student Experience in Human Sexuality

This article will present the findings of a mixed-methods study on the effectiveness of Bring Your Own Device Technology (BYOD) in a post-secondary classroom.

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Published online: December 16, 2016

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Benefits of Dual Language Immersion on the Academic Achievement of English Language Learners

This article examines the results of research investigating the efficacy of a Dual Language immersion bilingual program on early literacy.

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Published online: December 15, 2016

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Quality Teaching in Australian Indigenous Education: Investigating an Urban School’s Approach to Fostering the Cultural Identity of Indigenous Students

This research reports on methods used at one school situated in a large urban location to support the cultural identities of Indigenous students.

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Published online: December 15, 2016

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