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McGill Journal of Education

2014 Volume 49, Number 3

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Number of articles: 6

  1. Mobile(izing) Educational Research: Historical Literacy, M-Learning, and Technopolitics

    Bryan Smith, Nicholas Ng-A-Fook & Julie Corrigan

    This research project explored the nexus between historical literacies, digital literacy and m-learning as a praxis of mobilizing technopolitics. To do this, we developed a mobile application for... More

    pp. 583-602

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  2. A Tale of Two Sites: Cellphones, Participatory Video and Indigeneity in Community-Based Research

    Joshua Schwab-Cartas & Claudia Mitchell

    This polyvocal text is both a narrative and a dialogue between two scholar-activist researchers working in rural communities in distinct parts of the world--South Africa and Southern Mexico-... More

    pp. 603-620

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  3. Researching Photographic Participatory Inquiry in an E-Learning Environment

    Kathryn Meyer Grushka, Aaron Bellette & Allyson Holbrook

    This article focuses on the use of Photographic Participatory Inquiry (PPI) in researching the teaching and learning of photography in the e-learning environment. It is an arts-informed method... More

    pp. 621-640

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  4. Becoming Teachers' Little Epics: What Digital Storytelling Might Reveal

    Linda Radford & Avril Aitken

    This paper discusses pre-service teachers' use of multi-modal tools to produce three-minute films in light of critical moments in their teaching practice. Two cases are considered; each centers on ... More

    pp. 641-660

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  5. "Reflecting Forward" on the Digital in Multidirectional Memory-Work between Canada and South Africa

    Teresa Strong-Wilson, Claudia Mitchell, Morrison, Radford & Kathleen Pithouse-Morgan

    We explore the place that the digital can occupy in teachers' pedagogical practices around social justice and especially how memory-work can deepen and enhance teacher practices. Like Walter... More

    pp. 675-695

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  6. Using Inexpensive Technology and Multimedia to Improve Science Education in Rural Communities of Nepal

    Sujaya Neupane

    This article explores an ongoing project that promotes science education in rural communities of western Nepal by using affordable technology. With the advent of inexpensive technology and... More

    pp. 697-706

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