Congratulations James Rempel (MEd ’16) on receiving the Canadian Association of Foundations of Education (CAFE) Outstanding Thesis Award for 2016.
“My supervisor, Amy von Heyking, gave the thesis a foundation and wings with her passionate commitment to historical studies in education. I am also deeply grateful to the outstanding Curriculum and Assessment Masters program at the University of Lethbridge, a powerful collection of courses and professors that empowered me to undertake this endeavor.”
Some Reckoning of Gains is Made: A Historical Inquiry into Assessment in Child-centred Curricula, is an exemplary study that addresses a compelling, significant, and relevant research question: “What were Alberta Education’s expectations for assessment in Enterprise curricula from 1936 to 1950, and to what extent did Alberta educators implement those expectations?” ~ CAFE
Read James' thesis here: http://bit.ly/28WwnME