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Journal of Educational Thought / Revue de la Pensée Educative, Vol. 53 No. 2 (2020): Journal of Educational Thought

Culture, Freedom, Oppression, and Better Educational Opportunities...123-124 The Role of Intellectual Competence on Graduate Supervisor-Supervisee Relationships and Well-beings...125-154 Professional Learning Communities at the Classroom Level: Are They Having the Desired Outcome?...155-174 Improving Guidelines of Practice for the Prevention and Response of Suicidality in Post-Secondary Institutions...175-190 Critical Pedagogy and Sufi Tradition:A Comparative Study of Freire’s and Rumi’s Pedagogical Approaches...191-210 Introduction to the Implication of Microaggressions in Schools: Its Origin and Nature, United States Historical Context, and...

Reflections on COVID-19 and academic integrity

Nazanin Teymouri & Sheryl Boisvert
Canadian Perspectives on Academic Integrity, Vol. 3 No. 2 (2020): CPAI - Volume 3, Issue 2

Canadian Perspectives on Academic Integrity, Vol. 3 No. 2 (2020): CPAI - Volume 3, Issue 2

Volume 3, Issue 2 -- Special issue capturing Canadian perspectives of academic integrity during COVID-19.

Reflections on academic integrity during COVID-19

Cory Scurr
Canadian Perspectives on Academic Integrity, Vol. 3 No. 2 (2020): CPAI - Volume 3, Issue 2

Academic integrity and student support during COVID-19

Loie Gervais
Canadian Perspectives on Academic Integrity, Vol. 3 No. 2 (2020): CPAI - Volume 3, Issue 2

Academic integrity in 2020: Editorial year in review

Sarah Elaine Eaton
Canadian Perspectives on Academic Integrity, Vol. 3 No. 2 (2020): CPAI - Volume 3, Issue 2

Reflections from a novice academic integrity researcher during COVID-19

Emma J. Thacker
Canadian Perspectives on Academic Integrity, Vol. 3 No. 2 (2020): CPAI - Volume 3, Issue 2

International Day of Action (IDoA) Against Contract Cheating 2020—Update from the chair of the IDoA planning committee

Jennie Miron
The International Day of Action (IDoA) Against Contract Cheating occurred October 21st 2020 and coincided with the Carnegie Council’s Global Ethics Day. This year over 250 organizations registered for the event from around the world. While speaking up and out against contract cheating remained a main theme for the day, there was also a keen interest to inspire and promote international connections. Active student involvement and an ambitious 20 hours of live feed were just...

My journey to becoming an academic integrity specialist

Lisa Vogt
Canadian Perspectives on Academic Integrity, Vol. 3 No. 2 (2020): CPAI - Volume 3, Issue 2

Degree sequence of the generalized Sierpiński ‎graph

Ali Behtoei, Mahsa Khatibi & Fatemeh Attarzadeh
Sierpiński graphs are studied in fractal theory and have applications in diverse areas including dynamic systems, chemistry, psychology, probability, and computer science. Polymer networks and WK-recursive networks can be modeled by generalized Sierpiński graphs. The degree sequence of (ordinary) Sierpi\'nski graphs and Hanoi graphs (and some of their topological indices) are determined in the literature. The number of leaves (vertices of degree one) of the generalized Sierpiński graph $S(T, t)$ of any tree $T$ was...

Decomposition of complete tripartite graphs into cycles and paths of length three

Shanmugasundaram Priyadarsini & Appu Muthusamy
Let $C_{k}$ and $P_{k}$ denote a cycle and a path on $k$ vertices, respectively. In this paper, we obtain necessary and sufficient conditions for the decomposition of $K_{{r},{s},{t}}$ into $p$ copies of $C_{3}$ and $q$ copies of $P_{4}$ for all possible values of $p$, $q\geq0$.

Alternating series of Apéry-type for the Riemann zeta function

Wenchang Chu
By making use of a transformation formula for the nonterminating well-poised $_5F_4$-series, we investigate a class of alternating series of Apéry-type and establish several identities for the Riemann zeta function, including three identities conjectured by Sun (2015).

Midwives to Nazism: University Professors in Weimar Germany, l 925- 1933

Robert Lawson
Journal of Educational Thought / Revue de la Pensée Educative, Vol 22 No 1 (1988)

Founders: Innovators in Education, 1830-1980

Andre Girard
Journal of Educational Thought / Revue de la Pensée Educative, Vol 22 No 1 (1988)

Orators and Philosophers: A History of the Idea of Liberal Education

Charles Brauner
Journal of Educational Thought / Revue de la Pensée Educative, Vol 22 No 1 (1988)

Naturalistic Inquiry

K. Mazurek
Journal of Educational Thought / Revue de la Pensée Educative, Vol 22 No 1 (1988)

Anton Makarenko: Contribution to Soviet Educational Theory

Victor Zilberman
In the USSR, Anion Makarenko is regarded as one of the founders of post-revolutionary education. This artic le examines the relationship of Makarenko's educational theories to Russian hi story, tradition and culture. II also analyses the influence of Russian and foreign pre-revolutionary thinking on the major concepts of Makarenko's educational theories. The article examines Makarenko's major educational concepts, i.e ., discipline, education through work, collectives, the teacher's role in education, etc. The author analyses Makarenko...

The Problems of Black Education

Roger Witherspoon
This paper argues that schools, the primary instrument of cultural assimilation in the society, have failed to meet the needs of most minorities but particularly urban black students in the United States. The "committed school" is suggested as a partial solution, but the author warns that the underlying issue is racism, a barrier which must be eliminated before substantial progress can be made in minority education.

Editorial

Terry Piper
Journal of Educational Thought / Revue de la Pensée Educative, Vol 21 No 3 (1987)

Language, Structure and Reproduction

Arthur Olson
Journal of Educational Thought / Revue de la Pensée Educative, Vol 21 No 2 (1987)

Formation des Enseignants et Recreation du Savoir

Gerard Artaud
Teacher education programmes pursue the triple objective of transmitting knowledge, of initiating to a savoir fa ire and of developing certain attitudes. Research indicates that attitudes which precede preparation for teaching and which the programs attempt to modify tend to reappear continually in the practice of education. This observation brings the author to question the teacher educators' methodology and to propose a methodology of the recreation of knowledge which would make it possible for transmitted...

The Management of Ignorance: A Political Theory of Curriculum

Ted Aoki
Journal of Educational Thought / Revue de la Pensée Educative, Vol 21 No 1 (1987)

Moral Education: Theory and Practice

Rosemarie Sampson
Journal of Educational Thought / Revue de la Pensée Educative, Vol 21 No 1 (1987)

William Morris: A Claim for Education

Peter Clamp
The system of education which William Morris saw spawned by the commerce-oriented nineteenth century society horrified him. Formal schooling, as evidenced in the Board school era (and prior to this) was governed by the ideology of Robert Lowe Benthamite thinking in terms of cheapness and efficiency. Morris found it unacceptable for any stratum of society, since true education was lacking and it was all conducted in an atmosphere of bleakness, non-spirituality and "process-mindedness," the opposite...

The Well-Tempered Tongue; The Politics of Standard English in the High School

Peter R. Grahame
Journal of Educational Thought / Revue de la Pensée Educative, Vol 20 No 3 (1986)

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