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Instructional Leadership in Mathematics: Compensating for Principals’ Lack of Mathematical Background
Principals are responsible for ensuring the academic achievement of students in mathematics. Researchers have identified that principals who possess a combination of mathematical content knowledge and instructional ...
The Benefit of Creating a Culture of Student Leadership on School Aged Students
This capstone paper will explore the different theories surrounding the development of leadership in students. Students will learn skills beginning from leadership vocabulary to living and practicing the leadership habits ...
What is Necessary to Effectively Teach Self-Regulation to Students? Defining the Importance for Student Self-Regulation
Students are currently experiencing a higher number of difficulties at school than in previous years. Teachers are dealing with a multitude of different behaviours and emotional issues in classrooms. Behaviour management ...
Building a Culture of Effective Cooperative Learning: Teacher Practices and School Leadership in an Elementary School
Alberta Education’s (2010) Inspiring Education framework, a Ministerial Order on Student Learning (Alberta Education, 2013), continues to be challenged by a diversity of learners and learning needs. With the need for ...
Building Resilience: Affective Disorders in Adolescent Students
Affective disorders, such as anxiety and depression, are present and rising in adolescent students throughout North America. As students are developing these ailments of mental health, schools are being placed in a position ...
Large Scale PBL Activity Develops Core Competencies in Students
This research specifically aims to see whether a large scale PBL activity naturally develops the core competencies of the new B.C. curriculum in secondary students. An online survey was created to gather the responses of ...