Tricia van Rhijn
Tricia van Rhijn
Associate Professor of Family Relations and Human Development, University of Guelph
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A profile of undergraduate student parents in Canada
T van Rhijn, TS Quosai, DS Lero
Canadian Journal of Higher Education 41 (3), 80, 2011
Unmet Needs: Challenges to Success from the Perspectives of Mature University Students
TM van Rhijn, DS Lero, K Bridge, VA Fritz
Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education 28 (1), 29-47, 2015
The development of sexuality in childhood in early learning settings: An exploration of early childhood educators' perceptions
AS Balter, TM van Rhijn, AWJ Davies
The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality 25 (1), 30-40, 2016
Why go back to school? Investigating the motivations of student parents to pursue post‐secondary education
T van Rhijn, DS Lero, T Burke
New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development 28 (2), 14-26, 2016
The influence of self-efficacy beliefs for student parents attending university
TM van Rhijn, DS Lero
International Journal of Lifelong Education 33 (4), 541-555, 2014
Barriers, enablers, and strategies for success identified by undergraduate student parents
TM van Rhijn
Canadian Journal for New Scholars in Education/Revue canadienne des jeunes …, 2014
Gender, polychronicity, and the work–family interface: is a preference for multitasking beneficial?
K Korabik, T Rhijn, R Ayman, DS Lero, LB Hammer
Community, Work & Family 20 (3), 307-326, 2017
Access to post-secondary education for student parents
DS Lero, T Smit Quosai, T van Rhijn
Student pathways and supports: Investigating retention and attrition in mature university students
T van Rhijn, D Lero, A Dawczyk, J de Guzman, S Pericak, V Fritz, J Closs, ...
Developing social skills of summer campers with Autism Spectrum Disorder: A case study of camps on TRACKS implementation in an inclusive day-camp setting
K Maich, C Hall, T van Rhijn, L Quinlan
Exceptionality Education International, 2015
Teaching and learning in two iPad-infused classrooms: A descriptive case study of a dual classroom, school-based pilot project
K Maich, CL Hall, T van Rhijn, M Henning
Exceptionality Education International, 2017
Post-secondary students with children: An investigation of motivation and the experiences of “student parents”
TM van Rhijn
The University of Guelph, 2012
Equipping early childhood educators to support the development of sexuality in childhood: Identification of pre-and post-service training needs
AS Balter, T van Rhijn, AWJ Davies
The Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality 27 (1), 33-42, 2018
School-family conflict and enrichment in undergraduate student parents
University of Guelph. Department of Family Relations and Applied Nutrition
University of Guelph, 2009
Teachers’ perceptions of the need for assistive technology training in Newfoundland and Labrador’s rural schools
K Maich, T van Rhijn, H Woods, K Brochu
Canadian Journal of Learning and Technology, 2017
Teaching for well-being? Introducing mindfulness in an undergraduate course
CM Ingram, AV Breen, T van Rhijn
Journal of Further and Higher Education 43 (6), 814-825, 2019
11 Best Practices in Scale Translation and Establishing Measurement Equivalence
K Korabik, T van Rhijn
The Cambridge Handbook of the Global Work–Family Interface, 212, 2018
A Mixed-Methods Inquiry into the Intimate Practices of Partnered Mature Students and Influences on Relationship, Sexual, and School Satisfaction.
TM van Rhijn, SH Murray, RC Mizzi
Canadian journal of higher education 45 (2), 116-133, 2015
Investigating Stay, Play, & Talk: A peer-mediated social skills intervention for young children with Autism Spectrum Disorder and other social challenges
K Maich, CL Hall, T van Rhijn, K Squires
Exceptionality Education International, 2018
Partners in learning? A qualitative study of the intimate relationships of partnered mature students in post-secondary education
T van Rhijn, SH Murray, RC Mizzi
Journal of Professional, Continuing, and Online Education, 2018
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