The Faculty of Education is known for its many passionate researchers recognized for their innovative, promising and thorough work. We are proud to present some of it here.
Michelle Schira Hagerman
Hagerman, M.S. (2017). Disrupting Students' Online Reading and Research Habits: The LINKS Intervention and Its Impact on Students' Multiple Text Integration Processes. Journal of Literacy and Technology, 18(1), 105-156.
Michelle Schira Hagerman, Megan Cotnam-Kappel, Diane Watt and Emmanuel Duplàa
Launch of DigitalLiteracies.ca, home to an innovative summer institute and year-long online professional learning network via Slack.
Christina De Simone
De Simone, C. (2016). “Twenty-First-Century Learning: Time for a Different Conversation.” The International Journal of Learner Diversity and Identities, 23 (4): 19-32. Common Ground Publishing, Association of American Publishers.
De Simone, C. Detour: “Our Obsession with Pre-Service Teacher Reflections” (accepted). To be presented virtually at the 24th International Conference on Learning and The Learner Research Network (July 2017). University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, USA.
Lorna R. McLean, Sharon A. Cook, Stéphane Lévesque, Timothy J. Stanley, Pamela Rogers, Jamilee Baroud
A special capsule of the Canadian Journal of Education on historical consciousness that focuses on the current debate around history education, historical thinking and historical consciousness, providing new perspectives to collectively understand the past through the daily experience of the present.