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Internet Safety in SchoolsAuthor(s): John Barnett (2005)
This study investigated internet safety within Southern Ontario schools. Specifically, the researcher explores whether preservice teachers believe their students are involved in unsafe internet practices and whether schools are being sufficiently proactive about on-line student safety.

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Pre-service Teachers Knowledge About Ontario’s Large-scale AssessmentsAuthor(s): Ruth Childs; Alexandra Lawson (2003)
This study investigated pre-service teachers’ knowledge about Ontario’s large-scale assessments developed by the Education Quality and Accountability Office (EQAO).

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Pre-service Teachers’ Perceptions of BullyingAuthor(s): Katrina Craig; David Bell; Alan Leschied (2011)
School-based bullying has increasingly attracted the attention of educational policy makers, parents, academics, and educators over the past decade. This study investigates pre-service teachers’ knowledge of, and attitudes about, school-based bullying. Specifically, this research investigates the impact of a pre-service teacher’s gender, prior experiences with different types of bullying, and the type of faculty of education program they are enrolled in (primary-junior, junior- intermediate, or intermediate-senior), on the likelihood that he/she will intervene in incidents of school-based bullying.

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Safe Schools Course Increases Knowledge and Self-Efficacy in Pre-Service TeachersAuthor(s): Crooks, C., Jaffe, P. and Rodriguez, A. (2016)
This study evaluated the impact of Safe Schools, a pre-service teacher course addressing factors that affect school climate. Pre-service teachers showed...

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Supporting Aboriginal Educators in Pre-service Training Programs and in their Careers as TeachersAuthor(s): Julian Kitchen; Lorenzo Cherubini; Lyn Trudeau; Janie Hodson (2010)
This research explored the experiences of six Aboriginal teachers in both mainstream and native teacher education programs in Ontario. These early-career teachers from the Mohawk, Anishinabe and Métis groups reflected upon the challenges they encountered during their teacher preparation courses and first years of teaching. Specifically, this research identified the need to design current teacher education programs that value the individual and cultural identities of Aboriginal teacher candidates.

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Teachers' Evolving Mathematical UnderstandingsAuthor(s): Ann Kajander (2010)
This five year study examined preservice teacher understanding of elementary mathematics, as required for teaching.

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Teaching Science as a Process of InquiryAuthor(s): Wayne Melville; Anthony Bartley; Xavier Fazio (2012)
This study investigated the attitudes and experiences of pre-service secondary school science teachers who are learning to teach science as a process of inquiry. The pre-service teachers were enrolled in a full-year science methodology course at an Ontario faculty of education, which aimed to challenge the belief that scientific investigation is only conducted using one universal step-by-step process.


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The Philosophical Orientations of Pre-service TeachersAuthor(s): Thomas Ryan (2008)
This study focuses on the philosophical identities of pre-service teachers and was guided by the following research questions:
1) What is the philosophical orientation of a pre-service education student?
2) What are the theoretical preferences of pre-service students with regard to teaching and learning?

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