Centre Research Activities

Funding

Total: $ 1,566,486. 00

Cristancho, S., Chahine, S.,  Pagett, J., Watling, C., & Lingard, L. (2017-19) Investigating how small groups make decisions about medical trainees: Implications for Clinical Competence Committees. Royal College Strategic Initiative, ($35,000) 

DeCoito, I. (PI) (2016) Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Knowledge Synthesis Grant ($24,732) – The digital gap: Access, innovation, and impact in Aboriginal communities.

DeCoito, I (PI) (2016)/ Mathematics of Information Technology and Complex Systems (MITACS) Accelerate ($80,000) – Facilitating STEM pathways: Addressing engagement, future course selection and STEM career choices.

Gadinidis, George, (2016-2017).  Coding + Math Workshops for Children and Parents, Fields Institute $10,000

Gadinidis, George, (PI) Hughes (UOIT), Namukasa (Western), Borba (UNESP). (2016-2020).  Aesthetic experiences for young mathematicians, SSHRC Insight, $168,000

Gadinidis, George, (PI) Buteau (Brock), Khan (Brock), Kotsopoulos (WLU), Lovric (McMaster), Mamolo (UOIT), Namukasa (UWO), Sinclair (SFU), Taylor (Queen's) (2016-2018) Computational Thinking in Mathematics Education, SHHRC – PDG, $199,000

Hibbert, Kathy, Neeganagwedgin, Erica & Coulter, Rebecca. (2017). Raising our expectations and reconciling our history: Charting a new curriculum standpoint in Canada, Canada 150, $2000

Hibbert, Kathy (PI) Cope, B. Kalantzis, M., Rowsell, J., Rich, S. (2015-2018). 21 st Century learning skills. SSHRC – PDG $144, 756

Lingard, L.,  Chahine, S.  Watling, C, & Cherry, R.  (2016-18  ) Advancing Assessment Science Through Competency Based Medical Education. Dean’s Research Initiative Grant, School of Medicine & Dentistry, Western University ($100,000) 

Namukasa, I. (2017) Tool-based innovative learning and teaching practices, $16,080

Namukasa, I. (2017). Computational thinking in mathematics education symposium, Fields Institute, $10,000

Pacini-Ketchabaw, Veronica (PI). (2017-2020), Climate Action Network: Exploring climate change pedagogies with children. $200 000

Pacini-Ketchabaw, Veronica (PI) et al., (2017-2021), Rethinking the Rs Through the Arts: Transforming Waste Practices in Early Childhood Education, SSHRC Insight, $170,000

Pacini-Ketchabaw, Veronica (PI) et al., (2017) The Development of a Preliminary Design Sketch for an Integrated Early Learning and Care System in the City of Edmonton. Muttard Foundation, $25,000

Pacini-Ketchabaw, Veronica (PI) Research Brief on Environmental Sustainability, MOE, $4,000

Sener, A.,  Chahine, S., & Cristanchio, S . Does real-time physiological biofeedback improve the teacher student interaction and learning during high stakes surgery? Faculty Support for Research in Education Grant (FSRE), Feb 1 2017- Jan 31 2018 ($10,000)  

Puvirajah, A. (February 2017 – January 2018).  Examining Newly Arrived Students’ Informal Learning Experiences with Computational Thinking.University of Western Ontario.  $25,000.   

Puvirajah, A. (January 2017 – December 2017).  Engaging Newly Arrived Students in STEM through Informal Learning Experiences. University of Western Ontario.  $4,400.   

Puvirajah, A.  (Spring 2017).  Establishing a Research Program on Video Facilitated Reflection at Western through Dyadic Mentor-Mentee Relationship. University of Western Ontario.  $2,000. 

Zhang, Z. (PI) & Heydon, R. (Co-Applicant), (2016-18) SSHRC Insight Development Grant, A multiple case study of literacy curricula in Canadian transnational education programs in China, $63,750.

Research Dissemination

Publications

Books: (3)

Bainbridge, J. & Heydon, R. (2017). Constructing meaning: Teaching elementary language and literacy (6 th ed.). Toronto: Nelson.

Heydon, R. & O’Neill, S. (2016). Why multimodal literacy matters: (Re)conceptualizing literacy and wellbeing through singing-infused multimodal, intergenerational curricula. Netherlands: Sense.

Pacini-Ketchabaw, V, Veronica; Kind, Silvia; Kocher, Laurie L. M. (2017). Encounters with materials in early childhood education. NY: Routledge. 

Edited Books (2)

Heydon, R., Fancourt, D., & Cohen, A. J. (Eds.). (in press). Advancing interdisciplinary research in singing: Volume III singing and well-being. New York: Routledge.

Skott-Myhre, H.,  Pacini-Ketchabaw, V., & Skott-Myhre, K. (Eds.). (2016).  Youth work, early education, and psychology: Liminal encounters. New York: Palgrave MacMillan. 

Chapters in Books (22)

Crocker, W. (2017).  The art of negotiation: Old Colony Mennonite children and the challenges of education. In Contextualizing childhoods. S. McNamee & S. Frankel (Eds). Basingstoke, England: Palgrave Macmillan.

DeCoito, I. (2017). Addressing digital competencies, curriculum development, and instructional design in science teacher education. Encyclopedia of Information Science and Technology (pp. 1-12) . Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

DeCoito, I., & Richardson, T. (2017). Beyond Angry Birds™: Using web-based tools to engage learners and promote inquiry in STEM learning. In I. Levin and D. Tsybulsky (Eds.), Digital Tools and Solutions for Inquiry-Based STEM Learning (pp.166-196). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

DeCoito, I., & Richardson, T. (2016). Focusing on integrated STEM concepts in a digital game. In M. Urban and D. Falvo (Eds .) , Improving K-12 STEM Education (pp. 1-23). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.

Du, X., Stooke, R., & Heydon, R. (2016). Ordinary objects tell extraordinary stories: Chinese children’s multimodal literacy explorations (pp. 41-54) . In W. Ma & G. Li (Eds.), Beyond test scores: Understanding the hearts and minds of Chinese students in K-12 schools a global context. New York: Routledge.

Gadanidis, G., LeSage, A., Mamolo, A. & Namukasa, I. (in press). Designing courses for K-12 teacher candidates: A focus on mathematical and computational thinking. In D. Petrarca & J. Kitchen (Eds.). Initial Teacher Education in Ontario: The First Year of Four-Semester Teacher Education Programs. Ottawa, ON: Canadian Association for Teacher Education/Canadian Society for Studies in Education.

Gadanidis, G. & Hughes, J. (2017). Performing big math ideas across the grades. In Exploring Mathematics through Literature: Articles and Lessons for Prekindergarten through Grade 8. Reston, VA: NCTM.  [Republication of following article as a book chapter, enhanced with lesson plans and digital content: Gadanidis, G. & Hughes, J. (2011). Performing big math ideas across the grades. Teaching Children Mathematics, 17(8), 486-496.]

Gadanidis, G., Borba, M. & **Scucuglia, R. (2016). Language diversity and new media: Issues of multimodality and performance. In Barwell, R., Clarkson, P., Kazima, M., Moschkovich, J., Planas, N., Phakeng, M., Villavicencio Ubillus, M. (Eds). Mathematics Education and Language Diversity (pp. 327-261) . N.Y.: Springer.

Heydon, R. (in press). Reconceptualizing early childhood art: The lessons of intergenerational art curricula and postdevelopmental theorizing. In M. Sakr and J. Osgood (Eds.), Postdevelopmental approaches to early childhood art. London: Bloomsbury.

Heydon, R. (in press). Introduction to singing and intergenerational understanding. In R. Heydon & A.J. Cohen (Eds.), Advancing interdisciplinary research in singing: Volume III singing and well-being. New York: Routledge.

Heydon, R., Cohen, A. J., & Fancourt, D. (in press). Conclusion. In R. Heydon & A. J. Cohen (Eds.), Advancing interdisciplinary research in singing: Volume III singing and well-being. New York: Routledge.

Heydon, R., Cohen, A. J., & Fancourt, D. (in press). Introduction to singing and well-being. In R. Heydon & A. J. Cohen (Eds.), Advancing interdisciplinary research in singing: Volume III singing and well-being. New York: Routledge.

Heydon, R. & O’Neill, S. (in press). Intergenerational voices: Curricula to foster the wellbeing of young children and elders. In R. Heydon, D. Fancourt, & A. J. Cohen (Eds.), Advancing interdisciplinary research in singing: Volume III singing and well-being. New York: Routledge.

O’Neill, S. & Heydon, R. (in press). Elders connecting to young people through singing: Evidence of generativity and well-being among older adults in an intergenerational program. In R. Heydon, D. Fancourt, & A. J. Cohen (Eds.), Advancing interdisciplinary research in singing: Volume III singing and well-being. New York: Routledge.

Heydon, R. & O’Neill, S. (2017).  Children, elders, and multimodal arts curricula: Semiotic possibilities and the imperative of relationship. In M. Narey (Ed.), M aking meaning: Constructing multimodal perspectives of language, literacy, and learning through arts-based early childhood education. Boston, MA: Springer.

Heydon, R. & Du, X. (in press). This is the stuff that identities are made of: Children learning with grandparents and other elders. In J. Rowsell & N. Kucirkova (Eds.), Contemporary conversations about early childhood theory and method. New York: Routledge. 

Heydon, R., Zhang, Z., & Bocazar, B. (2017). The implications of multimodal, emergent curriculum for an ethical, inclusive early childhood education. In A. Kieltyka (Ed), International perspectives in inclusive education. London: Emerald.

Kind, S., &  Pacini-Ketchabaw, V. (2016). Charcoal intensities and risky experimentations.  In H. Skott-Myhre, V.  Pacini-Ketchabaw, & K. Skott-Myhre (Eds.),  Youth work, early education, and psychology: Liminal encounters (pp. 93-113). New York: Palgrave MacMillan. 

Pacini-Ketchabaw, V., Taylor, A. & Blaise, M. (2016) ‘De-centring the human in multispecies ethnographies’. In C. Taylor & C. Hughes (Eds.) Posthuman Research Practices, Houndmills, Basingstoke & Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Puvirajah, A. (2017). Waves. In P. Rillero & S. Eddis (Eds.),  Mastering the science content for middle school teaching and the NES General Science Exam. Anthem, AZ: Independent Variable (ISBN: 978-0-9988127-0-0).

Rodger, S., Hibbert, K. & Gilpin, M. (2017) Preservice Teacher Education for Mental Health in the Rural Community. In K. Michael & J.P. Jameson (Eds.), Handbook for Rural School Mental Health, Springer. CA

Zhang, Z., & Heydon, R. (2017). Being open to the Other: K-12 teachers’ multimodal reflections on Hong Kong curricula. In S. S. Choo, D. Sawch, A. Villanueva, & R. Vinz (Eds.),  Educating for 21st century global capacities: International perspectives and practices (pp. 425-445). Springer.

Refereed Journal Articles (33)

Affrica Taylor & Veronica  Pacini-Ketchabaw, V. (2017) Kids, raccoons, and roos: awkward encounters and mixed affects.  Children's Geographies, 15:2, 131-145, DOI: 10.1080/14733285.2016.1199849

Barber, C., Hammond, R., Gula, L., Tithecott, G., &  Chahine, S. (In-Press). In search of black swans: Identifying student risk in licensing examinations. Academic Medicine. 

Borba, M., Askar, P., Engelbrecht, E., Gadanidis, G., Llinares, S. & Aguillar, M. (2016). Distance learning, blended learning, e-learning in mathematics. The International Journal on Mathematics Education, 48, 589-610.

Cendros Araujo, R. & Gadanidis, G. (2017). Online tools for small-group discussion: a comparison between threaded forums and collaborative mind maps. In L. Liu & D. Gibson (Eds.).  Research Highlights in Technology and Teacher Education 2017. Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education.

Chahine, S.
, Cristancho, S., Padgett, J., & Lingard, L. (In-Press). How do small groups make decisions?: A theoretical framework to inform the implementation and study of Clinical Competency Committees.  Perspectives in Medical Education.         

Crocker, W. (2017). Schooling across Contexts: The Educational Realities of Old Colony Mennonite Students. Journal of Amish and Plain Anabaptist Studies. 4(2) 168-182.

Crocker, W. (2017). John Peel, Huntsman of Caldbeck. Association of Gravestone Studies Quarterly. 41(1) 40-43. 

DeCoito, I. (2016). STEM education in Canada: A knowledge synthesis. Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, 16(2), 114-128.

DeCoito, I., Steele, A., & Goodnough, K. (2016). Introduction to the special issue on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education. Canadian Journal of Science, Mathematics and Technology Education, 16(2), 109-113.

Duncan, C., Iwasiw, C., Babenko-Mould, Y., McWilliam, C., & Hibbert, K. (2016).  Undergraduate nursing curriculum and student development of professional identity.  Journal of Nursing Education and Practice, August.

Gadanidis, G. & Cendros Araujo, R. (in press). Teacher candidates' online math journals: A search for pedagigical surprise. International Journal of Mathematics Education Research.

Gadanidis, G., Cendros, R., Floyd, L. & Namukasa, I. (in press). Computational Thinking in Mathematics Teacher Education. Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education.

Gadanidis, G. (2017). Artificial intelligence, computational thinking, and mathematics education. International Journal of Information and Learning Technology, 133-139.

Gadanidis, G., Borba, M., Hughes, J. and **Lacerda, H. (2016). Designing aesthetic experiences for young mathematicians: A model for mathematics education reform. International Journal for Research in Mathematics Education, 6(2), 225-244

Goldszmidt, M., Faden, L., Hibbert, K. DeLuca, S. Huda, N. & Boese, K. (2016). Values out of alignment: Exploring the influence of the sociomaterial on patient care in an academic health science centre. Medical Education, 50, p. 107.

Heydon, R., Zhang, Z., & Bocazar, B., (2017). Ethical curricula through responsive, multimodal literacy & pedagogy: Illustrations from a kindergarten classroom curriculum.  International perspectives on inclusive education.

Heydon, R., McKee, L
., & O’Neill, S. (in press). Singing our song: An exploratory case study of singing as a multimodal literacy practice in an intergenerational program. Literacy.

Heydon, R. & McKee, L., Daly, B. (2017). iPads and paintbrushes: An exploratory case study of integrating digital media as placed resources in an intergenerational art class. Language and Education, 31(4), 351-373.

Heydon, R., Cooper, E., & Tran, A. (2017). Literacy lessons: Core concepts from multiliteracies for language teachers in contemporary times. Contact: TESL Ontario.

Heydon, R., McKee, L., Phillips, L. (2017). The right to voice: The problematics and potentialities of employing visual methodologies in research with young children. International Journal of Childhood Studies.

Heydon, R., McKee, L., & Phillips, L. (2016). The affordances and constraints of visual methods in early childhood education research: Talking points from the field. Journal of Childhood Studies, 41, 5-17.

Loerts, T. & Heydon, R. (2016). Multimodal literacy learning opportunities within a grade six classroom literacy curriculum: Constraints and enablers. Education 3-13.

Khan, R., Payne, M., &  Chahine, S. Peer Assessment and Feedback in the Objective Structured Clinical Examination: A Scoping Review. Medical Teacher.  

Kotsopoulos, D., Floyd, L., Khan, S., Namukasa, I. K., Somanath, S., Weber, J., & Yiu, C. (in press). A Pedagogical Framework for Computational Thinking. Digital Experiences in Mathematics Education.

Moffatt, L., Heydon, R., & Iannacci, L. (in press). Helping out, signing up, and sitting down: The cultural production of read alouds in three kindergarten classrooms. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy.

Namukasa, I. K., Minakshi, P., Miller, M. (2017). Introductory CT and Math in the middle grades: Tools and Resources. Math + Code ‘Zine, 2 (2).

Namukasa, I. K., Sarina, V., & Weir, C. (2016). Manipulatives and analogies for teaching integers: an example of a grade 7 and 8 unit. Ontario Mathematics Gazette, 55(2), 30-35.

Nxumalo, F. &  Pacini-Ketchabaw, V, V. (2017).  'Staying with the trouble' in child-insect-educator common worlds.   Environmental Education Research. DOI:  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/13504622.2017.1325447

Ott, M. Hibbert, K., Rodger, S. & Leschied, A. (2017). A well place to be: The intersection of Canadian school-based mental health policies with student and teacher wellness. Journal of Curriculum in Education, 2(2).

Pacini-Ketchabaw, V., & Kummen, K. (2016). Shifting temporal frames in children’s common worlds in the Anthropocene.   Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 17(4) 431–441.

Stooke, R. & Hibbert, K. (2017). Writing goes back to school: Exploring the ‘Institutional Practice of Mystery’ in a graduate education program. Canadian Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.

Taylor, S. K., & Cutler, C. (2016). Showcasing the translingual FL/SL: Strategies, practices & beliefs.  Canadian Modern Language Review/Revue canadienne des langues modernes, 72(4), 389-404. doi:10.3138/cmlr.72.4.389

Taylor, S. K., & Cutler, C. (2016). Les classes d’accueil et d’immersion : stratégies, pratiques et croyances.  Canadian Modern Language Review/Revue canadienne des langues modernes, 72(4), 405-422. doi:10.3138/cmlr.72.4.405

Peer Reviewed Abstracts (4)

Goldszmidt, M., Faden, L. Hibbert, K. DeLuca, S. Huda, N. & Boese, K. (2017). Values out of alignment:   Exploring the influence of the sociomaterial on patient care in an academic health centre. Canadian Conference on Medical Education, (CCME), Montreal, PQ. 

Goldszmidt, M., Faden, L., Hibbert, K. DeLuca, S., Huda, N. & Boese, K. (2016). Values out of Alignment: Exploring the influence of the sociomaterial on patient care in an academic health science centre. Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME), Montreal, PQ, April 16-19, 2016.

Boese, K., Faden, L., Deluca, S., Hibbert, K., Huda, N. & Goldszmidt, M. (2016). Everyday advocacy on   the clinical teaching unit: Recognizing the importance of ‘chance encounters’. Medical Education, 50(S1), 24-133.

MacDonald, S. Culliton, S. Chesworth, B., Bryant, D & Hibbert, K. (2016) Validity and internal consistency of the Knee Society Knee Scoring System. The Annual Meeting of the Knee Society. Paris, France, Sept. 8-10, 2016.

Presentations at Peer Reviewed Conferences (24)

Cendros Araujo, R. & Gadanidis, G. (2017). Online tools for small-group discussion: a comparison between threaded forums and collaborative mind-maps. In P. Resta & S. Smith (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2017 (pp. 571-578). Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

Engelbrecht, J. Borba, M. Askar, P., Gadanidis, G., Linares, S., Sanchez Aguilar, M. (2016). Digital technology in mathematics education: Research over the last decade> 13th Annual Congress on Mathematics Education, Hamburg, Germany.

Faden, L. & Hibbert, K. (2016). Learning to fly together: A sociomaterial study of interprofessional patient care. Presented at the American Educational Research Association (AERA), Washington, DC, April 2016. 

Gadanidis, G. & Cendros Araujo, R. (2017). Knowledge, attitudes and beliefs in teacher candidates’ classroom practice. In P. Resta & S. Smith (Eds.), Proceedings of Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference 2017 (pp. 1365-1368). Chesapeake, VA: Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE).

Gadanidis, G. (2016). Mathematics Teacher Education Curriculum as Research-Creation. Higher Education in Transormation Conference, UOIT, Ontario.

Goldszmidt, M. Faden, L. Hibbert, K. De Luca, S. Huda, S. & Burm, S. (2017). Interprofessional collaboration on the internal medicine inpatient unit: A sociomaterial perspective. 3rd International ProPeL Conference, Linköping University, Sweden, June 2017.

Goldszmidt, M. Boese, K., Hibbert, K. Faden, L., Deluca, S. & Huda, N. (2016). Everyday advocacy on the clinical teaching unit: recognizing the importance of the ‘chance encounter’. Canadian Conference on Medical Education (CCME), Montreal, PQ, April 16-19, 2016.

Hibbert, K., Williams, A. & Seabrook, L.  (2017). What can I learn from you? Lives that are educative in the context of chronic illness. Paper presented at the International Society for Educational Biography (ISEB) Conference, Toronto, ON. April 19-21, 2017.

Hibbert, K. & Sun, L. (2017). Making pedagogical perceptions of formative assessment visible: A preliminary study of Chinese English teachers’ experiences with multiliteracies assessment.  Paper presented at the Canadian Society for Studies in Education, (CSSE) Annual Conference 28-31 May, Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario.  

Hibbert, K., Faden, L., De Luca, S. Huda, N., Goldszchmidt, M. & Seabrook, L. (2017). A sociomaterial approach to narrative inquiry: Disentangling assemblages of the human and material for rich insight into a clinical teaching unit. 3rd International ProPeL Conference, Linköping University, Sweden, June 2017.

Hibbert, K. (2016). Lessons from Fukushima: Disaster curriculum as social practice. Presentation to the 21st   Century Curriculum Symposium, London, ON., August 23, 2016. 

Hibbert, K. Ott, M. Brun, N, Tinmouth, M. & Southern, M. (2016). Collaborative inquiry: A partnership between public libraries and teachers to promote 21st C learning.. . Presentation to the 21st Century Curriculum Symposium, London, ON., August 23, 2016. 

Hibbert, K., Ott, M. & Southern, M. (2016). A partnership between public libraries and teachers to promote 21st Century learning. Presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE), (CACS) Calgary, AB. 

Hibbert, K. Leschied, A., Rodger, S., Bourdage, R. Masters, R., Ott, M., Bird, R., Ryne, S. & Tripp, T. (2016). Developing and sharing online resources, tools and strategies with teachers and for teachers to promote mental health and build resilience for students and teachers. Summit on Children and Youth Mental Health, Toronto, On, April 7-8, 2016. 

Hibbert, K. (2016). Leading Education Change after Fukushima: Radiation, Health & Healing, March 9-11, Fukushima, Japan. 

Namukasa, I. K., Kotsopoulos, D., Floyd, L., Weber, J., Kafai, Y., Khan, S., Morrison, L., Somanath, S., Yiu, C. (2016). From computational thinking to computational participation: Towards achieving excellence through coding in elementary schools. Math + Coding Symposium. London, Ontario: Western University.

Namukasa, I. K. (2016). Teaching practices in the Montessori system. 13th International Congress on Mathematics education, ICME-13. Hamburg, Germany.

Ott, M. & Hibbert, K. (2017). Enacted by design: video inquiry of a digital writing curriculum. Paper presented at the 3rd European Conference on Curriculum Studies, University of Stirling, Scotland.

Ott, M. & Hibbert, K. (2017) Technology-mediated participatory assessment for 21st Century literacies. Paper presented to the Language and Literacy Researchers of Canada, May 30, Toronto, ON.

Ott, M., Hibbert, K. Rodger, S. & Leschied, A. (2016). The intersection of Canadian school-based mental health policies with student and teacher wellness initiatives.  Presented at the annual meeting of the Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE), (CATE) Calgary, AB *selected as CSSE President’s Spotlight Session

Rodger, S., Hibbert, K., Leschied, A. Masters, M. Tripp, T., Bird, R., Ott, M., Pyne, S. & Bourdage, R. (2017). TeachResiliency.ca: The development, launch and early pilot data for a mental health and wellness resource created with and for teachers. Canadian Society for Studies in Education, (CSSE) May 28, Toronto, ON.  

Rodger, S., Weston, K., Hibbert, K, & Masters, R. (2016). 21st C Teachers: From frameworks to practice for school mental health through collaborative ways of thinking, learning and working. Presentation to the 21st Century Curriculum Symposium, London, ON., August 23, 2016.

Zhang, Z., Nagle, J., & McKishnie, B. (2017). A systematic review of the dimensions and effectiveness of multiliteracies pedagogies.  Paper presented at the Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE) 2017, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

Zhang, Z., Li, J., Miao, Z., & Liu, F. (2017). New participatory culture: Hong Kong-Canadian teacher professional training undergirded by new media literacies. Paper presented at American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2017, Washington, D.C.

Invited Addresses (13)

Crocker, W. (2017) Winchester University, (England). Childhood, Youth and Community Studies Program. Early Childhood Education from a Canadian Perspective.

Gadanidis, G. (May 2017). Back to the future with coding + math. Ontario Association for Mathematics Education Annual Conference, Kingston, ON.

Heydon, R. (2017). Creating third spaces through intergenerational meaning making. Inter-generational Cities Meeting. Paris, France.

Heydon, R. (2017). Engaging meaning making across generations. Child and Youth Engagement, Civic Literacies, and Digital Ecologies Research Symposium, Centre for Multiliteracies, Brock University, St. Catharines, ON.

Heydon, R. (2016). Singing-infused multimodal intergenerational curricula: (Re)conceptualizing why multimodal literacy matters. Keynote Address for the Singing, Song, and Community workshop. University of Prince Edward Island, Charlottetown, PE.

Heydon, R. (2016). Curriculum studies: Concepts, contours, constituents, and contributions. 21 st century Curriculum Symposium. Centre for Interdisciplinary Research on Curriculum as a Social Practice, Western University, London, ON.

Hibbert, K. (2017). Teaching Reading in Canada. Keynote presented to the Hua Yue Education Teachers’ Conference, Beijing, China.

Hibbert, K. (2017). Children: Learning to read words and worlds. Keynote presented to the Foreign Language Teaching and Research Press Invitational Meeting, Beijing, China.

Hibbert, K. (2017). The Interdisciplinary Centre for Research in Curriculum as a Social Practice. Research seminar presented to the Centre for Education Research and Innovation, Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry, February 2, 2017, London, ON.

Hibbert, K. (2017). Fukushima: Lessons from the aftermath of a disaster. Presentation to the Stratford Rotary Club, Stratford, ON. January 12, 2017.

White, A., Neeganagwedgin, E. Coulter, R. & Hibbert, K. (2017). Canada 150: A Critical Exploration of Curricula. Presented at Crossing Boundaries: Curriculum Traditions Meet, Curriculum studies education summer school: Stirling University, Scotland, June 2017. Available: https://prezi.com/view/91C3v2Zk3O3xIf6g10LQ/

Hibbert, K. (2017). Literacy Curriculum as Social Practice.  Keynote Address, 3rd National Conference on Developing English Reading Literacy, Centre for Foreign Language Education and Teacher Education, School of Foreign Languages and Literature, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China.

Hibbert, K. & Engle-Hills, P. (2016). Training for Senior Educators on Radiation Emergencies, Preparedness and Response. Incident and Emergency Centre (IEC), Department of Nuclear Safety and Security, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, Austria, August 8-12, 2016

Technical Reports (6)

White, A. & Hibbert, K. (2017). Psychoeducational concerns of First Nations, Inuit and Metis Youth: A review of the literature and programs needed to inform curriculum development. London Family Court Clinic, funded by the Department of Justice, Canada, (1-16).

Hibbert, K. & Engle-Hills, P. (2016). Education and training for competent practice.  Incident and Emergency Centre, Department of Nuclear Safety and Security, International Atomic Energy Agency Vienna, Austria, August 8-12, pp. 1-38. PA

Hibbert, K., Schwean, V. & Heydon, R. (2016). Interdisciplinary centre for research in curriculum as a social practice. Proposal submitted to Research Western, May 2, 2016. 1-57. PA

Waller, E., Hibbert, K. and Dallas, E. (2016). Consultancy Meeting: Development of Training Performance  Indicators 8-10, Dec, 2015. 1-73. CA

DeCoito I. (December 2016). A longitudinal study: Investigating the impact of an outreach program on students’ future course selection and STEM career choices, Phase III. London: Western University. (208 pages)

DeCoito, I. (October 2016). The digital gap: Access, innovation, and impact in Aboriginal communities. Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. (30 pages)