ACE IT! An Action-Based Research Project Integrating Arts,
Christian Ethics and English. Barb Wotherspoon, Saskatoon, 2007. Project #157/#170. Report
Dimension - The Road Not Taken. Team Do-Well, Birch Hills, 2001.
Project #39. Summary Report
Assessing the Hard to Assess: Student Learning in a Middle Years Outdoor Environmental School. Janet McVittie, Arlene Lazecki,
Shelly Loeffler and Scott Thompson, Saskatoon, 2007. Project #130. Report
of Learning: Inquiry Discourse Communities. Janet McVittie,
Kathy Probert and Marcia Klein, Saskatoon, 2004. Project #88. Report
"Collaborating to Make a Difference": The Adaptive Dimension and Differentiating Instruction in Saskatoon Catholic French Immersion Schools. Helene Cook, Elaine Stakiw. Saskatoon, 2005. Project #132. Report
Action Research Investigating the Impact of an Experiential Learning
Environment on Secondary Students. Janice Hendry and Beth Warkentin,
Semans, 1996. Project #15. Video and Report. Summary Report
Enhancement: Strategies to Actualize the Adaptive Dimension.
Marilyn Allen, Lloyd Rey, Brent Okrainetz and Donna Schindel, Saskatoon,
2002. Project #79. Report
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Minds Learn Differently: Multiple Intelligence in the Classroom. Nicole Smigiel, Kari McKersie, Tasha
Geisel, Joyce Kimber Parent, Estevan, 2004. Project #102. Report
Community School "Learning For All" Pilot Project: Action Research Report.
Patrick Corbin, Brenda Olliver, Connie Newton, Cheryl Nicklin, Simone
Verville and Dr. James MacIntosh. Regina, 2003. Project #95. Report
Instructional Strategies and Story Experiences for Improving Expressive Language in Kindergarten and Grade Five Buddy Classrooms. Janet Peti, Maureen Buhlmann, Kathleen Herman. Project #153. IN PROGRESS.
to Learn in an Information Age. Linda Nosbush. Prince
Albert, 2006. Project #73. Report
Innovative School Project: A School-Wide Plan for Instructional Improvement. Montgomery School Teaching Staff,
Saskatoon, 2002. Projects #67 and #89. Report
Teaching. Westmount Community School Staff, Saskatoon, 2002.
Project #92. Report
is Worth a Thousand Words. Karen Cambell, Marg Epp, Betty Lee,
Velma Loewen, Donna Nelson, Alana Raison, Wayne Shiels and Bob Thomas,
Warman, 2000. Project #57. Summary
Encouraging Habits of Mind Phase 1. Queen Elizabeth School Staff
2000-2001, Lloydminster, 2001. Project #64. Summary Report
Encouraging Habits of Mind Phase 2. Queen Elizabeth
School Staff, Lloydminster, 2002. Project #87. Report
(Excellence) - Phase II: "The Brain Activating Oasis".
Loretta Tetreault, Regina, 2000. Project #49. Summary
"X" (Excellence) - Phase III. Loretta Tetreault and
Sacred Heart Community School Staff, Regina, 2003. Project #77.
As It Pertains to Scholarship Success. Darlene Kidd, Macklin, 2004.
Project #122. Report
Self-Assessment and the Student Learner: “I Must Know to Grow”. Staff Members of St. Augustine and St. Jerome Schools, Regina Roman Catholic Separate School Division, 2007.
Project #167. Report
Learning in Middle Years Basic Skills. Stewart Forrester, Kevin
Leschyshyn, Joann Simon, Connie Tenaski, Dr. R. Randhawa and Thelma
Gunn, Saskatoon, 1997. Project #18. In memory of Dorothy Christie.
Student Assessment for Teaching and Learning: Teacher Perceptions and Practices. Conducted by the Saskatchewan Instructional Development and Research Unit (SIDRU), Faculty of Education, University of Regina. Dr. Stephen Kemp, Principal Researcher, Dr. David Friesen, SIDRU Researcher, Regina, 2009. Project #180. Report
Unleashing the Power of 'Collective Intelligence. How Engagement with Authentic Learning Communities Impacts the Ability of Children in Poverty to Become Effective Problem Solvers. Terri Coté, Heather Gantefoer and Adam Ward (Teachers at Sacred Heart Community School) and Vi Maeers, Beth Warkentin, Twyla Mensch and Wendy Willis (University of Regina Faculty of Education), 2009. Project #154. Report