Thelma M. Gunn, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Educational Psychology at the University of Lethbridge. Her research interests include learning, information processing, motivation, text comprehension, and research methods.

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Publications:
Making the Grade: Monitoring the Impact of a Mentorship Program on Native Students' Academic Achievement
Peter Heffernan,

This report highlights the statistical relationship of Native students' GPA and graduation rates with involvement with a school mentorship program.

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Text Processing: Implications for Online Learning

This presentation will examine text processing research and its implications on the design of online instructional materials.

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Critical Thinking and Bioethical Decision Making in the Middle School Classroom

This study will examine the impact of critical thinking on bioethical decision making in Grade 8 science.

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Questioning and Expository Text Comprehension

Instructional techniques and models of expository text have received little attention in cognitive literature. Research furthering our understandings of expository text processing are warranted considering its contribution in the classroom.

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Critical Thinking in the Middle School Science Classroom

This study presents findings regarding how guided critical thinking, using the study of bioethical issues and expository text, can improve students’ CT skills and attitudes in middle school science classrooms.

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Preparing Students, Teachers, and Administrators for the Knowledge Age through District and School based Initiatives

The purpose of this presentation is to discuss how technology can be implemented both at the school and district levels by addressing pedagogical methods and philosophies.

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