With their research and achievements, which they present frequently at conferences and in publications, our professors continue to stand out both in Canada and around the world. Many are off to flying start to 2017:
- Provoking Curriculum Studies has received a 2017 Society of Professors of Education (Indiana, U.S.) Outstanding Book Award! Congratulations!
- Members of the Making History: Narratives and Collective Memory in Education research unit have published a special capsule on historical consciousness. As well, Cynthia Wallace-Casey has received an SSHRC postdoctoral fellowship to work with Professor Lorna Mclean and the Making History ERU on her project on museum education in Canada.
- Michelle Schira Hagerman, Megan Cotnam-Kappel, Diane Watt and Emmanuel Duplàa are launching www.digitalliteracies.ca this summer, an innovative summer institute and year-long online professional learning network via #Slack that will include research on change in Canadian K-12 teachers’ knowledge of digital literacies constructs and pedagogies.
- New publications by professors: Michelle Schira Hagerman’s Disrupting Students’ Online Reading and Research Habits and Donatille Mijawamariya’s edition of Spectre.
- Professor Katherine Moreau has received a grant from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada for her project “Patient Involvement in learner assessment: A mixed-methods study.”
- Kristin Reimer, PhD alumna and lecturer, restorative justice and relational pedagogies, at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, has received an award from the American Educational Research Association for her PhD dissertation in the field of school climate.