84 Works

GTM_Simulation

Corina Desiree Keller & Maria Carmen Romano Blasco
The GTM is a global mathematical model of translation of mRNAs by ribosomes. The model is based on the Totally Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Process (TASEP) and it includes competition for ribosomes and tRNAs among the mRNAs, as well as competition among tRNAs for the aminoacyl-tRNA synthetases. Use of this material is granted under conditions defined by the Attribution-NonCommercial CC BY-NC creative commons licence.

Design and pedagogical practices of an Inuit-focused Bachelor of Education program in Labrador

Sylvia Moore & Gerald Galway

Using Local Sámi Culture and History to Teach Pupils about Democracy

Lisbeth Bergum Johanson

Co-Teaching in Northern Rural Finnish Schools

Riikka Sirkko, Marjatta Takala & Kim Wickman

Developing Inclusive Practice: A Role for Teachers and Teacher Education?

Martyn Rouse

How to Increase Joy at School? Findings from a Positive-Psychological Intervention at a Northern-Finnish School

Eliisa Leskisenoja & Satu Uusiautti

Embodied Knowledge Construction in Writing

Satu-Maarit Frangou

Art and place-based education for the understanding of sustainability

Ásthildur Jónsdóttir

Children’s literature as a vehicle for indigenous diversity awareness and inclusion in the classroom

Anne Burke, Jennifer Snow & Cyndi Egan- Kiigemagi

Feature: Effective parent-practitioner partnerships in children’s secondary education

Olena Gundarina, Peter Hart, Gisela Oliveira & Shirley-Anne Paul

The Role of Teacher Education in Decolonizing Education in Canada's North: A Yukon Teacher Education Case Study

Brian Lewthwaite & Mark Connell

Editorial: Participation, diversity, involvement and engagement in local and global contexts

Beth Cross, Rachel Shanks & Tuija Turunen

Educators’ narratives about belonging and diversity in northern Finland early childhood education

Janna Juutinen & Riikka Kess

Embedding and sustaining change in technology-enhanced education: lessons learned from a cross-institutional transformation project

Andrew Comrie, Morag Gray, Terry Mayes & Keith Smyth

A study of learners' situational vulnerability: new teachers in Scotland

Rachel Shanks

Coping Strategies for Students

Annette Moir

LAB studio model: Developing external networks for learning entrepreneurship in higher education

Kari-Pekka Heikkinen, Ulla-Maija Seppänen & Jouko Isokangas

Opening Spaces for Indigenous Teaching and Learning through Community-Based Teacher Education

Shelley Tulloch & Sylvia Moore

A meditation on what a post-human education might look like: “Touching something beyond myself and my time”

William Boyd & Louise Horstmanshof

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