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The Concurrent Education program at our Brantford Campus is offered in partnership with Laurier Brantford. Graduates receive an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Society, Culture & Environment from Laurier Brantford and a Bachelor of Education from Nipissing.
Bondclegg successfully defended his thesis
on March 20. Dr. Nancy Maynes was his thesis supervisor and Dr. John Allison
was the second reader for Bondclegg’s work.
Here is an abstract on Bondclegg’s thesis:
This study sought to examine YouTube as a
potential resource for disseminating the findings of educational research. The
literature shows that teachers’ attitudes towards peer-reviewed research are
typically not positive. Further to this, novice teachers feel especially
alienated by the length and academic nature of peer-reviewed research. Taking
this into account, along with millennial-aged peoples’ tendencies to access
digital media in order to acquire information, a group of 23 novice (within the
first five years of their career), millennial-aged (born between 1983-2004)
teachers were exposed to a peer-reviewed study, in either its original written
format, or in the format of a YouTube video. Participants expressed an
overwhelming preference towards information shared via YouTube, however more
research is required to determine the tendencies of teachers to put this type
of professional learning effectively into practice.
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