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Margaret Macintyre Latta
University of British Columbia
SociologyPsychologyPedagogyTeacher educationSocial science
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#1Karen Ragoonaden (UBC: University of British Columbia)H-Index: 3
#2Margaret Macintyre Latta (UBC: University of British Columbia)H-Index: 13
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As part of a larger study focusing on the interdependence of creative and critical curricula, this research examines how an arts experience in an elementary school was re-storied, with the guidance of local and place-based First Nation community members, as an exploration of decolonizing curriculum. A school-based musical theatre experience titled Re-Storying Canadian History, which intended to address concerns about Canada’s 150th anniversary, served as a critical and creative medium for increa...
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This presentation discusses how two Faculties of Education explored mindfulness practices and Indigenous knowledges in their respective teacher education programs. As a pathway to well-being, the cultivation of mindfulness supports the harmonious balance of the physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual dimensions of the self. An ancillary aim of this qualitative study is to examine the similarities between mindfulness practices and local and place-based teachings of First Nation, Inuit and Meti...
Curricular enactment can be an educative medium for living well in the world with others. This is not new thinking, but it is bold thinking that schools and communities worldwide persist in avoiding and short-changing. In this article, matters concerning roles and relations across understandings of education, knowledge and curricular enactment are sketched, and in doing so, what ought to matter is foregrounded. Turning to traditions concerning the aesthetics of human understanding and to found k...
#1Margaret Macintyre Latta (UBC: University of British Columbia)H-Index: 13
#2Leyton Schnellert (UBC: University of British Columbia)H-Index: 7
Last. Murray SasgesH-Index: 1
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Narrative inquiry’s capacities to reveal relational complexities and nuances of individuals and settings in varied contexts purposefully shape the lived curriculum within a community middle school ...
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#1Margaret Macintyre Latta (UBC: University of British Columbia)H-Index: 13
#2Sabre Cherkowski (UBC: University of British Columbia)H-Index: 7
Last. Karen Ragoonaden (UBC: University of British Columbia)H-Index: 3
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Communities of Scholar Practitioners (CSP) form the workings of the renewed teacher education program at UBC Okanagan, purposefully bringing practitioners and researchers together and, thus, theory and practice together. The separation of practitioners from researchers, theory from practice, is documented for over 100 years in the research literature as being unproductive. Effective school contexts, discerning leadership, and good teaching, lives at the intersections of theory with practice when...
#1Margaret Macintyre Latta (UBC: University of British Columbia)H-Index: 13
#2Kelly HansonH-Index: 1
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A three-year collaborative research project in a K–6 elementary school is underway. The collaboration entails participating educators and their students exploring curricular enactment that embraces critical and creative thinking within its conduct. This article reveals whole-school efforts over Year One to build educators’ and students’ confidence to do so, sustaining such curricular practices. Chronicled as a case study, narrative inquiry fittingly unfolds the particularities encountered within...
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#1Margaret Macintyre Latta (UBC: University of British Columbia)H-Index: 13
#2Leyton Schnellert (UBC: University of British Columbia)H-Index: 7
Last. Murray SasgesH-Index: 1
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Intertwining case study with practitioner inquiry, a research team seeks language for the conduct of mindful curricular enactment in an alternative public middle school. The school is committed to valuing students’ narratives of experience, the resources all bring to the school, and the given particularities of contexts, subject matter, and situations, as the makings comprising learning within and through community. A collaborative approach to inquiry that involves all team partners in the resea...
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#1Karen Ragoonaden (UBC: University of British Columbia)H-Index: 3
Last. Kelly HansonH-Index: 1
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A large-scale arts experience marking and celebrating Canada's 150th anniversary serves as a critical and creative medium for increasing awreeness of Indigenous as well as non-Indigenous histories contributing to the identities, cultures, languages, values and ways of knowing, constituting what it means to be Canadian. The arts experience opens the primary research quest concerning the formation fluid, purposeful learning contexts, exploring needed conditions and supports towards building dialog...
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