Giuliano Reis taught elementary science and high school biology in both public and private schools for over a decade. His research interests include science and environmental education in diverse learning settings, science and the environment in the media, qualitative research and discourse analysis. He is married to Juliana Reis, with whom he has two daughters: Ana-Julia and Maria-Luiza Reis.

Telephone : 613-562-5800 ext. 4497
E-Mail Address : greis@uOttawa.ca
WWW : www.thensandgsofeducation.blogspot.com


  • Associate Professor

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  • PhD Education, University of Victoria, 2008

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  • Science education
  • Environmental education
  • Qualitative research
  • Discourse analysis

Publications

Books Edited

  1. Trudel, L., Dione, L., & Reis, G., Relations entre milieux éducatifs formels et informels pour développer l'éducation scientifique: perspectives canadiennes et internationales., Ottawa, Ontario: Presses de l'Université d'Ottawa, 2012, pp. 150

Chapters In Books

  1. Dionne, L., Trudel, L., Reis, G. et Kleine, L., «La participation à l'Expo-sciences: Synonyme de sentiment d'autoefficacité et de passion pour la science chez les jeunes», Relations entre milieux éducatifs formels et informels pour développer l'éducation scientifique., L. Trudel, L. Dionne et G. Reis, Ontario: Presses de l'Université d'Ottawa., 2012

  2. Reis, G., “A socio-culturally sensitive science curriculum: What does it have to do with our bodies?”, Sociocultural studies and implications for science education: the experiential and the virtual, C. Milne, K. Tobin and D. Degenero, New York, Springer, 2012, pp. 26

  3. Reis, G., Amaral, F., & Meireles, L., “A natureza precisa de heróis? O papel do gestor educacional na promoção da cidadania por meio de um projeto de educação ambiental emu ma escolar pública do Distrito Federal. [Does nature need heroes? The role of educational leadership in promoting citizen”, Politica e governança educacional para a cidadania [Educational politics and leadership for citizenship], R. Guimaraes-Iosif, Brasilia, DF (Brazil), Editora Liber Livro, 2012

  4. Reis, G., Dionne, L., & Trudel, L., «« Ça ne peut être si mauvais » : Une approche discursive pour mieux comprendre l'anxiété de participation à l'Expo-sciences.», Relations entre milieux éducatifs formels et informels pour développer l'éducation scientifique., L. Trudel, L. Dionne and G. Reis, Ottawa, Ontario: Presses de l'Université d'Ottawa, 2012, pp. 20

  5. Reis, G., Ng-A-Fook, N., & Glithero, L., “Provoking Ecojustice: Taking Citizen Science and Youth Activism Beyond the School Curriculum.”, Ecojustice, citizen science and youth activism., M. Mueller & D. Tippings, 2012, pp. 10

Papers In Refereed Journals

  1. Oliveira-Jayme, B., Reis, G., van Eijck, M., & Roth, W.-M., “Aulas de ciências em laboratórios de informática: Uma construção discursiva do monopólio participativo [The making of monopolization: computer collaborative work in the elementary science classroom]”, Revista Linhas Criticas [Critical Lines Journal], 18(35), pp. 20

  2. Lima, A., & Reis, G., “Environmental clubs as a venue for action: Mediating youth involvement in environmental action.”, Education Review (Journal of the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Education). (3 pp.), 2012

  3. Valeri, A., & Reis, G., “The environment and the city: A neglected pedagogical tool in/for/about environmental education.”, Education Review (Journal of the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Education). (3 pp.), 2012

Papers Read And Presentations

Abstracts And/Or Papers Read In A Learned Society (Oral Or Poster)

  1. Oliveira-Jayme, B., Reis, G., & Scott, J., Art for science's sake: integrating filmmaking into elementary science curriculum., Rio de Janeiro, RJ (Brazil), Paper presented at IV Conference of the International Association for the Advancement of the Curriculum Studies (IAACS), (2012)

Other Contributions

Workshops, Round Tables

  1. Reis, G., [with Mike Harrison], “Making a pinhole camera at the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Education's Teaching Choices Professional Development Symposium.”, 2013

  2. Reis, G., [with Jeff Scott], “Narrative-based approach to environmental education at the Annual NSTA National Conference (Indianapolis, IN.”, 2012

  3. Reis, G., [with Michael Harrison], “Rocks & Minerals at the Science Professional Development Day - Ottawa-Carleton District School Board.”, 2012

  4. Reis, G., [with Mike Harrison], “Science rocks! Learning about Rocks & Minerals at the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Education's Teaching Choices Professional Development Symposium.”, 2012

  5. Reis, G., [with Mike Harrison], “Fun with fast plants at the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Education's Teaching Choices Professional Development Symposium.”, 2012