Publications:
Quest for Quality Teacher Preparation: The Manitoba Experience

This paper describes the challenges of improving teacher education and how a quality-driven approach to integrating practicum and university courses can strengthen programming.

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Cheating and Bullying Using Cell Phones and PDAs: The Dark Side of Mobile Technology

This study examines how teacher candidates, faculty advisors, and collaborating teachers view cheating and bullying using cell phones and Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs) as serious school culture issues.

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The Orange Revolution: Children’s Self-Expressions through their Artworks

The Orange Revolution occurred in Ukraine on November 25, 2004. Children who witnessed this historical event documented it through their drawings at the time the revolution happened.

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Children’s Artworks after the Orange Revolution: Self Expressions of Political Instability

Art works were collected from Ukrainian children five years after the Orange Revolution. Through these image-based texts, the lifeworlds of children are expressed revealing their struggles.

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“Digital Comics” in Human Ecology: Exploring Learning Possibilities Using ICT with Teacher Education Students

The authors used action research methodology to explore the impact of infusing digital technology in a teacher education program at a Canadian faculty of education.

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Human Rights, Information, and Communication Technology (ICT): A Case Study of Art Education Teacher Candidates

Case study research on human rights education will be presented within the context of a pre-service course entitled, “digiART and Human Rights: A New Media, Arts Integrated Project”.

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Published online: April 04, 2014

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