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  • Piucco, Tatiane; Diefenthaeler, Fernando; Soares, Rogério; Murias, Juan M.; Millet, Guillaume Y. (International journal of sports physiology and performancehttps://journals.humankinetics.com/view/journals/ijspp/ijspp-overview.xml, 2017-11-01)
    Purpose: the aim of this study was to investigate the criterion validity of a maximal incremental skating test performed on a slide board (SB). Methods: Twelve sub-elite speed skaters performed a maximal skating test on a ...
  • Piucco, Tatiane; dos Santos, Saray Giovana (Motricidadehttp://www.revistamotricidade.com/ing/index.html, 2010-01-01)
    Este estudo exploratório objetivou analisar as magnitudes e o tempo de duração dos impactos gerados em diferentes regiões corpo do judoca projetado pela técnica Ippon-SeoiNage. Participaram dois judocas faixas pretas, sendo ...
  • Becker, Katrin (University of Calgary, 2008)
    We have always appropriated whatever technologies are available to us for use as technologies for instruction. This practice may well date back as far as human communication itself. The practice of “studying the masters” ...
  • Ruggiero, Dana; Becker, Katrin (Canadian Network For Innovation in Education, 2014)
    Just what do we learn from playing serious games? Especially common in games for learning is the notion that participants need to be able to win the game, but is it always necessary for the player to win in order to ‘get’ ...
  • Becker, Katrin (EduGaming Conference 2014, Lehigh Carbon Community Collegehttp://www.edugamingconference.com/, 2014-08-04)
    "Most of us prefer to walk backward into the future, a posture that may be uncomfortable but which at least allows us to keep on looking at familiar things as long as we can." ~ Charles Handy Formal education moves at ...
  • Becker, Katrin (Canadian Network for Innovation In Education (CNIE)http://www.cnie-rcie.ca/, 2014-05)
    Many M.Ed. programs claim to incorporate signature pedagogies in their programs, which often include approaches such as inquiry-based, case-based, and problem-based learning, communities of learners, and more. Teacher ...
  • Sepulveda, Ana; Drader, Ranee; MacMillan, Margy (http://www.isotlsymposium.mtroyal.ca/2014Symposium/index.html, 2014-11)
    These two scholarship of teaching and learning undergraduate student co-investigators talk about why they got involved in SoTL research, describe the projects they've worked on and what they've learned, and share their ...
  • Voth, Daniel; Loyer, Jessie (Oxford University Presshttps://global.oup.com/academic/product/visions-of-the-heart-9780199033447?cc=gb&lang=en&q=visions%20of%20the%20heart, 2019-10)
    Though Métis people have had a long presence in Calgary and southern Alberta, their kinship within the Nehiyaw Pwat allied them against the Blackfoot Confederacy: as strangers politically and culturally, they remained as ...
  • Why Read? 
    Manarin, Karen (Higher Education Research and Developmenthttps://www.tandfonline.com/loi/cher20#.VMaXLPldVPM, 2018-12-17)
    Why read? What is the point of reading in higher education if students can succeed in their classes without reading? Using Wigfield and Eccles’ Expectancy-Value theory of motivation as a framework, I explore why different ...
  • Jakubec, Sonya L.; Averns, D.; Thomas, R.; Link, A. (Procedia - Social and Behavioral Scienceshttps://www.journals.elsevier.com/procedia-social-and-behavioral-sciences/, 2012)
    This paper shares discoveries from a grounded theory inspired study of “optimizing vocational strengths” and the unique attributes of Tourette Syndrome and co-morbidities, including Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder and Attention ...