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Kindness a key ingredient in meaningful physical education, doctoral grad says

Jodi Harding-Kuriger didn’t let the pandemic keep her from co-creating a vision for meaningful phys ed with teachers and students

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Education researcher reveals history of assimilative tactics on Blood Reserve

Tiffany Prete hopes her work will help intergenerational survivors.

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Comics and the dreamy, anxious underworld of teacher education

Secondary Education professor David Lewkowich looks at ways to explore the discomfort of imperfection in teaching and learning

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PhD student explores how to help young immigrants reach post-secondary education

Arts-based research project will help young Syrian women articulate the challenges they face—and the strengths and supports they’ve found.

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Education professor gives future teachers Black history lessons they can take to their own classrooms

For Kathy Robinson, introducing her students to Black Canadian historical figures and events is a way to impart knowledge she’d like to see taught in classrooms all year long.

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Watch: Becoming Deaf in the Posthumanist Era

Educational Psychology professor and Canada Research Chair in Deaf Education Joanne Weber presents on "how to bring in everything that properly belongs in deaf education"

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Concussions affect elite athletes’ mental health, new research suggests

U of A study shows anxiety, depression more likely among football players after a concussion than after other body injuries.

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Social connections critical to success for students with learning disabilities: study

U of A education researcher offers advice on how post-secondary schools and students can foster a sense of belonging and improve learning.

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Digital mental health treatment just as effective as in-person therapy: study

Researchers focus on post-traumatic stress injuries to Canadian military personnel, veterans and public safety personnel during COVID-19.

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Dungeons & Dragons may help at-risk kids level up social skills, say researchers

U of A researchers looking at community program to find out why playing the popular role-playing game seems to foster social growth.

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Teachers need trauma supports too, doctoral grad says

Nathalie Reid’s research looks to build understanding and support for teachers in crisis through story.

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Celebrating teaching and research excellence

And the winners of the 2020 Teaching and Research Awards in the Faculty of Education are...

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Researcher seeks 'purposeful collaboration' between Indigenous communities, higher ed

Rebecca Sockbeson describes a framework for Indigenous knowledge recovery at Open Minds 2020

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Affordable housing with social support helps lift teen parents out of 'cycle of disadvantage'

Groundbreaking project by U of A researchers dispels myths about teen parents, shows proper support improves their confidence and reduces stress.

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Listening to Inuvialuit voices forms basis of digital storytelling project

SLIS professor Ali Shiri relies on community members' input to shape research approach, objectives