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Queer pedagogy: Praxis makes im/perfect
M Bryson, S De Castell
Canadian Journal of Education/Revue canadienne de l'Úducation, 285-305, 1993
2781993
Conceptions of learning and knowledge: Does training make a difference?
K Lonka, E Joram, M Bryson
Contemporary Educational Psychology 21 (3), 240-260, 1996
1751996
Telling tales out of school: Modernist, critical, and postmodern “true stories” about educational computing
M Bryson, S De Castell
Journal of Educational Computing Research 10 (3), 199-221, 1994
1651994
Retooling play: Dystopia, dysphoria, and difference
S De Castell, M Bryson
From Barbie to Mortal Kombat: gender and computer games, 232-261, 1998
1231998
Object lessons: Towards an educational theory of technology
S De Castell, M Bryson, J Jenson
First Monday, 2002
1202002
New technologies and the cultural ecology of primary schooling: Imagining teachers as Luddites in/deed
M Bryson, S De Castell
Educational Policy 12 (5), 542-567, 1998
1111998
Prospects for identity formation for lesbian, gay, or bisexual persons with developmental disabilities
SA Thompson, M Bryson, S De Castell
International Journal of Disability, Development and Education 48 (1), 53-65, 2001
1022001
The effects of revising with a word processor on written composition
E Joram, E Woodruff, M Bryson, PH Lindsay
Research in the Teaching of English, 167-193, 1992
1021992
Going beyond the problem as given: Problem solving in expert and novice writers
M Bryson, C Bereiter, M Scardamalia, E Joram
Complex problem solving: Principles and mechanisms 61, 84, 1991
1021991
When Jill jacks in: Queer women and the Net
M Bryson
Feminist Media Studies 4 (3), 239-254, 2004
1002004
“Girl talk”: gender, equity, and identity discourses in a school-based computer culture
J Jenson, S De Castell, M Bryson
Women's Studies International Forum 26 (6), 561-573, 2003
982003
Radical interventions: Identity, politics, and difference/s in educational praxis
S De Castell, M Bryson
Suny Press, 1997
821997
Learning to make a difference: Gender, new technologies, and in/equity
M Bryson, S De Castell
Mind, Culture, and Activity 3 (2), 119-135, 1996
711996
Virtually queer? Homing devices, mobility, and un/belongings.
M Bryson, L MacIntosh, S Jordan, HL Lin
Canadian Journal of Communication 31 (4), 2006
672006
Family physician perceptions of working with LGBTQ patients: physician training needs
B Beagan, E Fredericks, M Bryson
Canadian Medical Education Journal 6 (1), e14, 2015
602015
Cancer's Margins: Trans* and Gender Nonconforming People's Access to Knowledge, Experiences of Cancer Health, and Decision-Making
ET Taylor, MK Bryson
LGBT health 3 (1), 79-89, 2016
582016
En/gendering equity: On some paradoxical consequences of institutionalized programs of emancipation
M Bryson, S De Castell
Educational Theory 43 (3), 341-355, 1993
571993
So we’ve got a chip on our shoulder? Sexing the texts of educational technology
M Bryson, S de Castell
Gender in/forms curriculum: From enrichment to transformation, 21-42, 1995
561995
Can we play Fun Gay? Disjuncture and difference, and the precarious mobilities of millennial queer youth narratives
MK Bryson, LB MacIntosh
International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education 23 (1), 101-124, 2010
442010
Conditions for success? Gender in technology-intensive courses in British Columbia secondary schools
M Bryson, S Petrina, M Braundy, S de Castell
Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education 3 (2), 185-193, 2003
412003
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