David I. Waddington
David I. Waddington
Professor, Department of Education, Concordia University
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Strategies for teaching students to think critically: A meta-analysis
PC Abrami, RM Bernard, E Borokhovski, DI Waddington, CA Wade, ...
Review of educational research 85 (2), 275-314, 2015
Individual truth judgments or purposeful, collective sensemaking? Rethinking science education’s response to the post-truth era
NW Feinstein, DI Waddington
Educational Psychologist 55 (3), 155-166, 2020
Interculturalism, multiculturalism, and the state funding and regulation of conservative religious schools
B Maxwell, DI Waddington, K McDonough, AA Cormier, M Schwimmer
Educational theory 62 (4), 427-447, 2012
Locating the wrongness in ultra-violent video games
DI Waddington
Ethics and Information Technology 9, 121-128, 2007
A field guide to Heidegger: Understanding ‘the question concerning technology’
DI Waddington
Educational Philosophy and Theory 37 (4), 567-583, 2005
Dewey and video games: From education through occupations to education through simulations
DI Waddington
Educational Theory 65 (1), 1-20, 2015
Twenty‐first century adaptive teaching and individualized learning operationalized as specific blends of student‐centered instructional events: A systematic review and meta …
RM Bernard, E Borokhovski, RF Schmid, DI Waddington, DI Pickup
Campbell Systematic Reviews 15 (1-2), 2019
Interculturalism in Practice: Québec’s new Ethics and Religious Culture curriculum and the Bouchard-Taylor report on reasonable accommodation
D Waddington, B Maxwell, K McDonough, AA Cormier, M Schwimmer
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A parallel world for the World Bank: A case study of Urgent: Evoke, an educational alternate reality game
DI Waddington
Revue internationale des technologies en pédagogie universitaire 10 (3), 42-56, 2013
Grim FATE: Learning about systems thinking in an in-depth climate change simulation
DI Waddington, T Fennewald
Simulation & gaming 49 (2), 168-194, 2018
Scientific self‐defense: Transforming Dewey's idea of technological transparency
DI Waddington
Educational Theory 60 (5), 621-638, 2010
Broaching the subject: Developing law-based principles for teacher free speech in the classroom
B Maxwell, K McDonough, DI Waddington
Teaching and Teacher Education 70, 196-203, 2018
Uncovering Hegelian connections: A new look at Dewey's early educational ideas
DI Waddington
Education and Culture 26 (1), 67-81, 2010
Beyond the search for truth: Dewey's humble and humanistic vision of science education
DI Waddington, N Weeth Feinstein
Educational Theory 66 (1-2), 111-126, 2016
Academic freedom in primary and secondary school teaching
B Maxwell, DI Waddington, K McDonough
Theory and research in education 17 (2), 119-138, 2019
Troublesome sentiments: The origins of Dewey’s antipathy to children’s imaginative activities
DI Waddington
Studies in Philosophy and Education 29, 351-364, 2010
Teachers, the state and religious symbols: A question of professional ethics
K McDonough, B Maxwell, DI Waddington
Theory and Research in Education, 2015
A right to speak out: The Morin case and its implications for teachers’ free expression
DI Waddington
Interchange 42, 59-80, 2011
Technological transparency in the age of Web 2.0: A case study of interactions in Internet-based forums
K Shaikh, V Venkatesh, T Thomas, K Urbaniak, T Gallant, DI Waddington, ...
Pontes, E. Silva, A. Guelfi, A., Takeo Kofuji, S.(Eds.), Methodologies …, 2012
Building on treacherous ground: Sense-of-purpose research and demarcating problematic purposes
DI Waddington
Alberta Journal of Educational Research 56 (1), 2010
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