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11Paper SessionTeaching and Teacher Education20.039. A 21st-Century Education: Alternative Instructional Practices and ProgramsGrowth in Program Planning During the First Seven Years of Teaching Findings of a Longitudianl StudyClive M. BeckOISE/University of TorontoClare KosnikUniversity of TorontoRosanne B. BrownPeel District School BoardMira GambhirOISE/University of TorontoBelinda Monique LongeOISE/University of TorontoMonica Eileen McGlynn-StewartUniversity of TorontoShelley MurphyOISE/University of TorontoKirsten TenebaumUniversity of Toronto
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11PosterSIG-Leadership for School Improvement20.082-7. Leadership for School ImprovementKnowledge Mobilization on Decision Making for School Improvement: A Peer-to-Peer Network for School PrincipalsStephanie ChitpinUniversity of OttawaAngus McMurtryUniversity of OttawaMarielle SimonUniversity of OttawaPeter P. GrimmettThe University of British ColumbiaColin W, EversUniversity of Hong KoingKaren Elizabeth Starr Deakin UniversityJeff OrrSaint Francis Xavier UniversityBrennan TrainorRenfrew County Catholic District School Board
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1RoundtableAdministration Organization & Leadership55.078-4. Improving the Landscape: Avenues Toward StudentDifferentiated Effects of Adolescents’ Demographic Characteristics and School Experiences on Their Engagement and Academic OutcomesSamuel M. Zheng, Toronto District School BoardErhan SinayToronto District School BoardRoula AnastasakosToronto District School Board
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11Business MeetingSIG-Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies60.020. Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies SIG BusinessChallenges and Possibilities of Doing Youth Participatory Action Research: Lessons from “Proyecto Latin@”.Cristina Alexandra GuerreroUniversity of TorontoRuben Gaztambide-FernandezOISE/University of TorontoElizabeth GuerreroUniversity of TorontoMonica RosasToronto District School Board
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11RoundtableSIG-Indigenous Peoples of the Americas63.055-3. Ontario’s Urban Aboriginal Education Pilot Projects: To Know Is Not Enough to Decolonize Our Schools.“I Had a Rough Past But Things Are Getting Better for Sure”: Aboriginal Youth and SchoolingSusan DionYork UniversityCatherine PawisToronto District School Board
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11RoundtableSIG-Indigenous Peoples of the Americas63.055-3. Ontario’s Urban Aboriginal Education Pilot Projects: To Know Is Not Enough to Decolonize Our Schools.“Spontaneous Laughter and Good Marks”: From Policy Framework to Working ModelCelia E. Haig-BrownYork UniversityLisa EwanchukSimcoe County District School Board
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11RoundtableResearch, Evaluation and Assessment in Schools65.045-13. Collaboration and School Partnerships to Improve Student OutcomesReporting Research Is Not Enough: Mobilizing Research Collaboration Across School Districts and Faculties of EducationMaria Cantalini-WilliamsNipissing UniversityTerry F. SpencerLondon District Catholic School BoardColleen C. Willard-HoltWilfrid Laurier UniversityDragana MartinovicUniversity of WindsorNatasha WiebeUniversity of WindsorSnezana RatkovicBrock University
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11RoundtableAdministration Organization & Leadership66.051-11. Who’s the Boss? Models of Governance and Professionalism.Building Leadership Capacity at the District Level.Robert B. Macmillan,University of ManitobaJennifer TudhopeThames valley District School BoardJane Lashbrook-ShermanThames Valley District School BoardShelley HandleyThames valley District School BoardAndrea MorrisonThames Valley District School BoardMichael PhillipsThames valley District School BoardPatricia Tomico Thames Valley District School Board
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1Invited SessionCanadian Society for the Study of Education19.012. Comparative and International Education Society of Canada (CIESC): Canadian Initiatives in Comparative and International Education: What Can We Learn From the Study of Canadian Educational SystemsGlobal Citizenship Education in Higher Education: What Can We Learn From Canadian Experiences?Marianne Larsen, University of Western
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1Invited SessionCanadian Society for the Study of Education19.012. Comparative and International Education Society of Canada (CIESC): Canadian Initiatives in Comparative and International Education: What Can We Learn From the Study of Canadian Educational SystemsUniversity-School-Community Partnerships for Global Citizenship: Canadian PerspectivesSteve SiderWilfrid Laurier University
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1SymposiumCurriculum Studies19.015. Taking Rancière to School: An Impossible Curriculum“Each to Each”: A Psychoanalytic Discussion on the Equality of VulnerabilityDeborah P. BritzmanYork University
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1SymposiumSIG-Leadership for School Improvement19.040. School Leadership in the Context of Standards-Based Reform:Educational Leadership in the Context of Low-Stakes Accountability and School Autonomy: The Canadian PerspectiveDon A. KlingerQueen's University
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1Paper SessionSIG-Learning Sciences19.041. Designs for Learning and PracticeSupporting the Implementation of the Knowledge Building Communities Model: Analysis of Principle-Based Study Group InteractionsRichard J. ReeveQueen's University
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1RoundtableTeaching and Teacher Education19.057-14. Issues and Trends in Early Childhood Professional DevelopmentPreschool Teachers in Practice: Examining the Role of Professional Development in LiteracyJacqueline LynchYork UniversityRonald D. OwstonYork University
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1RoundtableSocial Context of Education19.058-3. Alternative Perspectives on Youth and SchoolingAlternative Education and the Social Coordination of Youth WorkNaomi Elizabeth NicholsYork University
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1RoundtableSIG-Writing and Literacies19.063-1. Provoking Tension and Mystery in Graduate Student WritingWriting Goes Back to School: Maintaining “Institutional Practices of Mystery” in a Graduate Education Program.Rosamund Kathryn StookeUniversity of Western Ontario;Kathryn M. HibbertUniversity of Western Ontario;
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1PosterSIG-Moral Development and Education19.064-6. The Wide Range of Moral Development and Moral Education ResearchA Dialogic Construction and Implementation of Ethical Standards for the Teaching ProfessionDeirdre M. SmithThe Ontario College of Teachers
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1SymposiumLearning and Instruction20.021. Innovative Methods for Studying Children’s Self-Efficacy, Self-Regulation, and Self-Determination In and Out of School SettingsHow Well Does Work-Based Education Meet the Needs of At-Risk Youth? At-Risk Youth Speak OutConnie Elizabeth TaylorQueen's UniversityNancy L. HutchinsonQueen's University
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1SymposiumLearning and Instruction20.022. Investigations of Wikis for Collaboration and Knowledge Building.Collaborative Inquiry in a Knowledge Community Context: Designing Technological and Pedagogical ScaffoldHedieh NajafiOISE/University of TorontoJames D. SlottaUniversity of Toronto
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1SymposiumSIG-Educational Change20.054. To Promote Research Is Not Enough: Research Capacity, Knowledge Mobilization, and Learning for Educational ChangeResearch to Know, to Understand and to Do: Building Capacities for Educational ChangeCarol CampbellOISE/University of Toronto
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1SymposiumSIG-Educational Change20.054. To Promote Research Is Not Enough: Research Capacity, Knowledge Mobilization, and Learning for Educational ChangeThe Missing Link? Intermediaries, Mediators, and Knowledge Brokers in EducationAmanda CooperOISE/University of Toronto
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1SymposiumSIG-Educational Change20.054. To Promote Research Is Not Enough: Research Capacity, Knowledge Mobilization, and Learning for Educational ChangeUniversities and the Mobilization of Research Knowledge in Education: An International PerspectiveBenjamin LevinOISE/University of TorontoJie QiOISE/University of Toronto
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1RoundtableSIG-Social and Emotional Learning20.081-1. Assessing Competencies and Correlates of Social and Emotional L:earning: Theoretical and Measurement IssuesModeling Longitudinal Change in the Emotional Intelligence Self-Concept From Childhood to AdolescenceKatia KeeferQueen's UniversityJames D.A. ParkerTrent UniversityRonald Robert HoldenQueen's University
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1PosterCurriculum Studies20.082-11. Looking Beyond the Dichotomies: Acknowledging Complexity in Kindergarten ResearchLooking Beyond the Dichotomies: Acknowledging Complexity in Kindergarten ResearchAngela PyleQueen's University
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1PosterSocial Context of Education20.082-4. Division G Section 4 Poster Session: Social Contexts of Educational Policy, Politics, and PraxisQueering Classroom Discourse: Turning Curriculum Into ContentPamela M. MalinsUniversity of Western Ontario
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1Invited SessionInternational Organization Session29.018. Educational Leadership: Research as Praxis for the Public GoodEducational Research by/for the People: The Role of Research in Community-Based OrganizationsSue WintonYork UniversityMichael P. EvansMiami University
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1Paper SessionCurriculum Studies29.023. The (Non)Invisible Researcher. Division B - Curriculum Studies;In Their Own Words: A Digital Account of Innovative Scholarship inKaryn A. CooperUniversity of TorontoRobert E. WhiteSaint Francis Xavier University
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1Paper SessionCurriculum Studies29.023. The (Non)Invisible Researcher. Division B - Curriculum Studies;Writing Stories Reveal Academic Insights: Transformative Learning Theory Incorporated With AutoethnographyConnie Elizabeth TaylorQueen's University
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1Structured Poster SessionLearning and Instruction29.026. Researching Self- and Coregulated Learning as Situated in Contexts: Implications for Theory, Research, and PracticeScaffolding Medical Students’ Self-Regulation During Practice on a Simulator: Divergences in Student/Expert Conceptions of LearningRyan BrydgesUniversity of TorontoAdam PeetsThe University of British ColumbiaBarry IssenbergUniversity of MiamiGlenn RegehrThe University of British Columbia
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1SymposiumResearch, Evaluation and Assessment in Schools29.037. The Challenge of Using Adaptive Models of Collaborative Inquiry: Tensions Between Knowledge Generation and Dissemination Within Schools and School DistrictsCollaborative Inquiry for Learning in Mathematics: Team-Based Collaborative Planning, Teaching, Observation and LearningJudi KokisOntario Ministry of EducationLucie McCartney,Ontario Ministry of Education
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1SymposiumResearch, Evaluation and Assessment in Schools29.037. The Challenge of Using Adaptive Models of Collaborative Inquiry: Tensions Between Knowledge Generation and Dissemination Within Schools and School DistrictsHow Choice Ignites Engagement and Learning in Early Primary EducatorsRachel RyersonOntario Ministry of EducationBarnabas Chukwujiebere EmenoguOntario Ministry of Education
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1SymposiumResearch, Evaluation and Assessment in Schools29.037. The Challenge of Using Adaptive Models of Collaborative Inquiry: Tensions Between Knowledge Generation and Dissemination Within Schools and School DistrictsStudying Student Learning Through Collaborative InquiryDavid CameronOntario Ministry of EducationDianne OliphantOntario Ministry of Education
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1Paper SessionSIG-Early Education and child development29.056. Implementation and Assessment in Early Childhood ProgramsAre Early Childhood Educators (ECE) Prepared for the Full Day Early Learning Kindergarten Program (FDEL-K)? Exploring Perspectives From Early Childhood Educators, Kindergarten Teachers, and ECE Faculty on Ontario’s Full Day Early Learning ProgramNathalie DiFrancescoSheridan College-Institure of Technology and Advanced LearningShawn LennieOISE/University of TorontoNadia Breese,Sheridan College
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1SymposiumSIG-Environmental Education29.057. Place and Sustainability Education for the Anthropocene: A Transnational Inquiry of Generative Tensions and Innovative PracticesRootedness and Movement: What the “New Mobilities Paradigm” Offers Place-Responsive DiscoursesDavid A. GreenwoodLakehead University
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1Paper SessionSIG-Holistic Education29.058. Holistic Education as Practical TranscendentalismGentling the Mind and Body to the Sacred OtherKelli Lynn NighOISE/University of Toronto
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1Paper SessionSIG-Holistic Education29.058. Holistic Education as Practical TranscendentalismTranscendental Learning: The Educational Legacy of Alcott, Emerson, Fuller, Peabody , and ThoreauJohn MillerUniversity of Toronto
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1Paper SessionSIG-Indigenous Peoples of the Americas29.059. Indigenous and Decolonizing Research Methodologies When Knowing is Not EnoughStorytelling of Métis Elders: Understanding Pedagogies in Indigenous EducationJudy M. IsekeLakehead University
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1Paper SessionSIG-Indigenous Peoples of the Americas29.059. Indigenous and Decolonizing Research Methodologies When Knowing is Not EnoughThe 2011 International Year of Persons of African Origin, and why the world doesn't careGina TheseeUniversity of QuebecPaul R. CarLakehead University
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1Paper SessionSIG-Indigenous Peoples of the Pacific29.060. Mana ’Ulu: Indigenous Action—Feeding Our Communitie, Feeding FamiliesFostering Resistance in the Classroom: A Land-Centered Approach to EducationDawn Michelle ZingaBrock UniversitySandra StyresYork University
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1Paper SessionSIG-Marxian Analysis of Society, Schools and Education29.063. Capitalism, Knowledge, and DemocracyAn Historical Materialist Critique of Cosmopolitanism in Education.Terezia Jadranka ZoricUniversity of Toronto
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1SymposiumSIG-Qualitative Research29.069. Doing Deleuze: Exploring Qualitative Research Methodologies in EducationRhizoanalysis and Literacies ResearchDiana MasnyUniversity of Ottawa
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1RoundtableSIG-Peace Education29.081-11. Conceptualizing Peace Education Within a Framework of Ethics, Culture, and ConflictHonoring Difference: Onto-Epistemological Challenges for Peace, Education and PhilosophyBryan WrightOISE/University of Toronto
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1RoundtableLearning and Instruction29.082-1. Communicating Science Knowledge Across BoundariesKnowledge Coconstruction in Collaborative Inquiry: Using Collaborative Technology to Promote Distributed ParticipationHedieh NajafiOISE/University of TorontoJames D. SlottaUniversity of Toronto
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1Invited RoundtableAERA Sessions30.014. Meet Journal Editors: Journal Talks 1.Effective EducationPaul ConnollyQueen's University
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1Invited RoundtableAERA Sessions30.014. Meet Journal Editors: Journal Talks 1.The International Journal of Critical Pegagogy. Rochelle Brock, Indiana University-NorthwestMary Anne DrinkwaterOISE/University of TorontoAntonio GarciaSUNY Brockport
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1Fireside ChatCommittee on Scholars and Advocates for Gender Equity in Education30.015. Fireside Chat: Women Crossing Academia, Activism, and SpiritualityCelia E. Haig-BrownYork University
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1Invited SessionCanadian Society for the Study of Education30.018. Canadian Association for Teacher Education (CATE): Educating for Social Justice: Canadian PerspectiveBrave New Teachers: Examining the Longitudinal Impacts of a Thoroughly Integrated Equity-Centered Teacher Education ProgramJordan SingerYork University
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1SymposiumSIG-Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies30.053. M/othering a Bodied Curriculum: Emplacement, Desire, and AffectM/othering and a Minor MethodologyStephanie Springgay OISE/University of TorontoDebra M. FreedmanUniversity of Waterloo/University of Guelph
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1SymposiumSIG-Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies30.053. M/othering a Bodied Curriculum: Emplacement, Desire, and AffectMultiple Stories: Alternate Constructions of M/othering in the Context of Family ViolenceSaskia StilleOISE/University of Toronto
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1SymposiumSIG-Critical Issues in Curriculum and Cultural Studies30.053. M/othering a Bodied Curriculum: Emplacement, Desire, and AffectNavigating M/other-Son Plots as a Migrant Act: Autobiography, Currere, and GenderNicholas Ng-A-FookUniversity of Ottawa
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1Paper SessionSIG-Queer Studies30.070. Border Crossings: Intercultural Explorations of Gender and Sexuality in Families and SchoolsStaging Harriet’s House: Writing and Producing Research-Informed TheatreTara GoldsteinOISE/University of Toronto
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1Paper SessionSIG-Second Language Research30.077. Language, Identity, and DiversitySecond Language Education Research, the Construction of Gendered Identity and BecomingDouglas James FlemingOttawa University
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1RoundtableSIG-Teacher as Researcher30.081-11. Teacher Research: The Role of Inquiry in the Elementary ClassroomThe Use of Play and Inquiry in a Kindergarten Drama Centre.Laura Lynn Hope-SouthcottLakehead University
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1RoundtableSIG-Sociology of Education30.081-16. Family and School Influences on Children’s Achievement.It Takes a Whole Child to Achieve? Effects of Holistic Measures of School Readiness on Grade-3 Test ScoresScott DaviesMcMaster UniversityMagdelena JanusMcMaster UniversityEric DukuMcMaster University
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1RoundtableSIG-Environmental Education30.081-5. Experiences in Nature and Outdoor Education.Unearthing Possibility: Connecting Children with Nature Through School GardensScott Frederick HughesQueen's UniversityRena B. UpitisQueen's UniversityAnna Ingibjorg PetersonQueen's UniversityJennifer Elisabeth DavisQueen's University
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1RoundtableEducation in the Professions30.082-2. Knowledge in Professional DevelopmentKnowledge Exchange Between Experiential Learning and Classroom Teaching of Pharmacy Students on Medication SafetyCertina HoOISE/University of TorontoPatricia HungUniversity of WaterlooBrett morphyUniversity of WaterlooNancy WaiteUniversity of Waterloo
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1RoundtableCurriculum Studies30.083-1. Sociocultural Context of SchoolingSeeing Through Student Experiences: Unveiling the Complexities of the School Community DivideNegin DahyaYork University
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1RoundtableCurriculum Studies30.083-3. Popular Culture and Public Curriculum: Critical Questions in Nontraditional SpacesGlobal Citizens and Olympic Branding: Mega-Events, Neoliberalism, and the Effects of Educational DiscourseJacqueline KennellyCarleton University
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1RoundtableCurriculum Studies30.085-1. Transgressing National Boundaries, Troubling LGBTA (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Allies) Histories, Identities, SexualitiesGay Pride on Stolen Land at the Vancouver OlympicsHeather SykesOISE/University of TorontoJeff LloydUniversity of Toronto
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1Invited RoundtableAERA Sessions31.015. Meet Journal Editors: Journal Talks 2Curriculum InquiryDennis ThiessenUniversity of TorontoElizabeth CampbellOISE/University of TorontoRuben Gaztambide-FernandezOISE/University of Toronto
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1Paper SessionSIG-Queer Studies31.071. (Re)producing and Dismantling Heteronormative Spaces in Schools.Boys, Bodies, and Negotiated School Spaces: When Boys Fail the Litmus TestJim BurnsSouth Dakota State UniversityMichael D. KehlerUniversity of Western Ontario
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1SymposiumSIG-Social and Emotional Learning31.077. Children’s Social-Emotional Development and Resiliencies:Holistic Student Assessment: Development of a Tool to Assess Adolescents’ ResillienciesGil G. NoamHarvard UniversityTina MaltiUniversity of TorontoMartin Guhm The University of British Columbia
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1RoundtableLearning and Instruction31.084-4. Considering the Role of Audio and Video Tools to Enhance LearningEnabling Learning With User-Generated Web Video in Higher Education.Dennis N. YorkYork UniversityRonald D. OwstonYork University
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1RoundtableLearning and Instruction31.086-1. Discourse, Peer Exchange, and Use of Evidence During Science LearningPlanning and Enactment of Project-Based Science Lessons: The Impact of Collaboration and ReflectionCheryl Ann MadeiraOISE/University of TorontoJames D. Slotta University of Toronto
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1PosterTeaching and Teacher Education31.088-1. Examining Teacher Research and Classroom Practice.The Far-Reaching Influence of Early Literacy Education: Beginning Teachers Look to Their Own Early Literacy Teachers as Role Models for Their TeachingMonica Eileen McGlynn-StewartUniversity of Toronto
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1Fireside ChatGraduate Student Council33.019. GSC Division E Fireside Chat: Publishing Tips and Strategies for Graduate Students and Early Career ScholarsTracy VaillancourtMcMaster University
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1Invited SessionCanadian Society for the Study of Education33.022. Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies (CACS): Provoking Educational Research Across Canada: Knowledge, Dissemination, and the Public GoodConceptualizing Curriculum Studies as Interdisciplinary, Aesthetic, and Unsettling: A Review of the Journal of the Canadian Association for Curriculum StudiesChloe Brushwood RoseYork UniversityKaren A. KrasnyYork University
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1SymposiumCurriculum Studies33.025. Trickster Chases the Tale of Education: Indigenous Storytelling Disrupting EducationWasakechak in Métis/Cree Cultural Traditions in Digital Technologies of Film/MediaJudy M. IsekeLakehead University
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1SymposiumCurriculum Studies33.025. Trickster Chases the Tale of Education: Indigenous Storytelling Disrupting EducationThe Pedagogical and Instructional Relevance of Proverbs and Songs as Indigenous Philosophies: The West African CaseGeorge J. DeiOISE/University of Toronto
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1SymposiumCurriculum Studies33.025. Trickster Chases the Tale of Education: Indigenous Storytelling Disrupting EducationA Glance at Africa Through Its Creation Stories: Pedagogical Implications in EducationNjoke N. WaneUniversity of Toronto
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1SymposiumCurriculum Studies33.025. Trickster Chases the Tale of Education: Indigenous Storytelling Disrupting EducationTrickster Chases the Tale of Education: A Mi’kmaw Exploration of Trickster Stories and Their Relevance in Community and Educational PracticesSylvia MooreLakehead University
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1Paper SessionSocial Context of Education33.035. Gender, Achievement, and LearningThe Problem With “Little Jack Canuck”: Exploring Over 70 Years’ Worth of Concerns Over Boys’ Underachievement in School in Ontario, CanadaChristopher John GreigUniversity of Windsor
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1SymposiumSIG-Research on the Education of Asian and Pacific Americans33.074. Exploring South Asian Experiences in North America: Negotiating Multiple Identities Across Educational SpacesHarpreet Kaur NeelamUniversity of Toronto - OISE
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1Paper SessionSIG-Science Teaching and Learning33.075. Nature of Science and UnderstandingBeyond Knowing About Science: University Science Learners Conceptions About the Nature of ScienceTrudy Leigh BergereLaurentian University
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1RoundtablePostsecondary Education33.080-7. Division J Section 6 Roundtable 8.Policy, Pedagogy, and Curriculum Practices: The Experiences of International Graduate Students in Higher Education Classrooms.Anita GopalQueen's University
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1RoundtableSIG-Second Language Research33.081-13. Second Language Teaching and LearningRethinking Modern Languages and Cultures Instruction as Decolonizing PedagogyIsmel GonzalezLakehead University
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1RoundtableSIG-Indigenous Peoples of the Americas33.081-4. Indigenist Teacher EducationAboriginal Teacher Education as Cultural Brokerage: A University/First Nations Partnership to Prepare Nishnawbe Aski TeachersJulian D. KitchenBrock UniversityJohn H. HodsonLakehead University
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1RoundtableSIG-Indigenous Peoples of the Americas33.081-4. Indigenist Teacher EducationNourishing the Teaching Spirit: Collaborative Development of Additional Qualification Course Guidelines for Aboriginal Teacher EducationDeirdre M. SmithThe Ontario College of Teachers
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1RoundtableSIG-Lives of Teachers33.081-5. Becoming a Teacher: Construction of Teacher Identity.When Is a Teacher a Teacher? Case Study of a Beginning Teacher in a Nontraditional RoleJudy A. CaulfieldOISE/University of TorontoClare KosnikUniversity of TorontoClive M. BeckOISE/University of Toronto
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1RoundtableSIG-Research on Giftedness, Creativity and Talent33.081-6. Creativity in Teaching and Student DevelopmentChallenging Conceptions of Creativity in Educational Research and TeachingAndrew D. ColganUniversity of Western Ontario
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1RoundtableSIG-Technology, Instruction, Cognition & Learning33.082-3. Technology, Instruction, Cognition and Learning SIG Roundtable 1: Issues in Knowledge RepresentationThe Instructional Use of Geogebra and Critical Thinking Dispostion as Reflective Tools to Develop Student Understanding of ProbabilityNenad RadakovicOISE/University of TorontoEinav Aizikovitsh-Udi
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1RoundtableSIG-Writing and Literacies33.086-1. Studying Literacy Practices With Teachers: How Writing Gets TaughtResponse and Responsibility: Exploring Student Writing Through Collaborative InquiryRob SimonUniversity of Toronto
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1PosterTeaching and Teacher Education33.087-1. International Field ExperiencesKenyan International Teaching Practicum: Preparing Preservice Teachers For a Global PerspectiveGlenda Lee BlackNipissing UniversityRogerio BernardesNipissing University
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1Fireside ChatGraduate Student Council34.017. GSC Special Canadian Spotlight Fireside Session: Exploring the Diversity of Canadian Education Through Graduate Student ResearchMegan CotnamUniversity of OttawaGrace Karram StephensonOISE/University of TorontoBrenna QuigleyUniversity of OttawaMaryam Wagner OISE/University of Toronto
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1Paper SessionCurriculum Studies34.023. Disrupting Representations in ResearchNecessary Commitments in the Use of Digital Film for Education ResearchSaskia StilleOISE/University of Toronto
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1SymposiumLearning and Instruction34.025. A Framework to Understand the Impact of Technology on Collaborative LearningA Technology Framework for Smart Classrooms and Knowledge CommunitiesMike TissenbaumUniversity of TorontoJames D. SlottaUniversity of TorontoMichelle LuiOISE/University of Toronto
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1SymposiumSIG-Lives of Teachers34.052. The New Lives of TeachersExpanding the Horizons for Teacher Development.Alice PittYork University
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1SymposiumSIG-Postcolonial Studies and Education34.058. The Project of Decolonization: Taking on Our Sacred Discourse.Empire as a Relevant Category of Analysis in U.S. Educational Research.Roland Sintos ColomaOISE/University of Toronto
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1RoundtableSIG-Leadership for School Improvement34.077-10. Exploring the Role of School LeadersSchool Administrator as Pedagogical and Servant Leader.Glenda Lee BlackNipissing University
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1RoundtableTeaching and Teacher Education34.077-13. Moving and Shifting Coaching Conversations to Deepen the Impact on Student LearningImproving Mathematics Teaching in Elementary School: Peer Coaching InitiativeDouglas E. McDougallUniversity of TorontoLimin JaoOISE/University of TorontoXiao Heng YanUniversity of TorontoKerry KwanUniversity of Toronto
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1RoundtableSIG-Critical Examinations of Race, Ethnicity, Class and Gender in Education34.077-14. Revealing and Reinterpreting Social Inequalities in SchoolsMinding the Gap: Understanding the Experiences of Racialized/MinoritizedJagjeet Kaur GillOISE/University of Toronto
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1RoundtableSIG-Early Education and child development34.077-5. Meeting the Needs of Diverse LearnersPerspectives of Early Childhood and Elementary Preservice Teachers on Inclusion for Children With Developmental DisabilitiesElaine FrankelRyerson UniversityNancy L. HutchinsonQueen's UniversityPatricia MinnesQueen's University
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1RoundtableSIG-Democratic Citizenship in Education34.077-9. Democratic Citizenship in Education Paper Discussion.Private School Children Acting for the Common GoodJohn Lawrence BenczeOISE/University of TorontoNathalie LemelinLower Canada College
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1RoundtableSIG-Paulo Freire, Critical Pedagogy, and Emancipation34.080-1. Student Empowerment, Eco-Pedagogy, Popular Culture, and LoveEnding a Pedagogy of Ceaseless War, Promoting a Culture of PeacePaul R. CarrLakehead University
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1RoundtableSIG-Research Focus on Education and Sport34.081-1. The Sport Experiences of Students and Teachers in Schools and Campus EnvironmentsIncreasing Students’ Participation in After-School Sport and Physical ActivityKen Robert LodewykBrock UniversityLaura CousensBrock UniversityJames MandigoBrock University
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1PosterMeasurement and Research Methodology34.084-2. Division D Section 3 Qualitative Research Poster Session.Fairness in a Large-Scale High-Stakes Test: Investigations With the Test Itself and Major Test StakeholdersZiaomei SongQueen's University
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1Business MeetingCurriculum Studies37.011. Division B Curriculum Studies Business Meeting: Trudging in the Midst of "Soul Mountain" of Curriculum StudiesStephanie SpringgayOISE/University of TorontoLance Trevor McCreadyOISE/University of Toronto
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1Business MeetingSIG-Research in Global Child Advocacy37.025. Indigenous Peoples of the Pacific SIG Business Meeting:Walking Backwards Into The Future With Our Stories.Lolehawk Laura bukerLakehead University
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1Presidential SessionEducational Policy and Politices41.010. Changing Policies and Practices in Education Around the World: What Can We Learn?Ben LevinOISE/University of Toronto
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