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Curriculum, Teaching  & Learning



Hilary Inwood
Lecturer

phone: (416) 978-0183
email: hilary.inwood@utoronto.ca  

Department: Curriculum, Teaching and Learning



Academic History

Hilary Inwood (MA, M.Ed, PhD) teaches in the Master of Teaching program at OISE, and leads its Environmental & Sustainability Education (ESE) Initiative, as well as its Arts Education courses. She leads a Master of Teaching cohort at Ryerson Elementary School focused on Social Justice and Eco-Justice Education, and coordinates a formal collaboration between OISE and the TDSB's EcoSchools Program focused on Environmental Education. She is Co-Chair of the ESE-TE Standing Committee of EECOM, a national network of education faculty focused on improving the integration of ESE into teacher education across Canada.

Her teaching centres on art education, environmental education, qualitative research, and teaching methods, while her research focuses on developing teachers' knowledge and skills in environmental literacy and environmental art education. She has been an instructor for Additional Qualification courses at OISE for the past decade, and leads professional development workshops for K-12 teachers focused on cross-curricular approaches to environmental and sustainability education.

Her work as an educator, researcher, and artist often extends beyond the classroom to include school gardens, outdoor education centres, parks, and galleries. Her publications, research, and artwork are found at www.hilaryinwood.ca


Representative Publications

Most Recent Publications:

Re-imagining environmental education as artistic practice. (2017). In: Reis, G. & Scott, J. (Eds.) International Perspectives on the Theory and Practice of Environmental Education. Co-authored with Liz Ashworth. (Springer)

Growing Art Education and Big Ideas in School GardensArt Education Journal (in press)

Environmental Arts(2017). Co-authors with Joe Heimlich, Kumara Ward, Jennifer Adams. In: Russ, A. & Krasny, M. (Eds.), Urban environmental education review. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press. 

Canadian Perspectives on Initial Teacher Environmental Education Praxis. (2016). Co-editors D. Karrow, M. DiGuiseppe, P. Elliott, H. Inwood, & Y. Gwekwerere. Canadian Association of Teacher Education. http://cate-acfe.ca/

What’s growing on here?  Garden-based pedagogy in a concrete jungle. (2016).  Environmental Education Research. Co-authored with S. Jagger & E. Sperling. 

Professional Learning in Environmental & Sustainability Education: Identifying Strategies and Supports for Successful School-University Partnerships. (2014). In Inquiry into practice: Learning Global Matters in Local Classrooms (Eds. K. Broad, M. Evans, D. Montemurro, & M. Gambhir), OISE/University of Toronto.

DEEPER: Deepening Environmental Education in Pre-Service Education Resource,. (2014).  Co-authored with Susan Jagger. OISE/University of Toronto.   http://eseinfacultiesofed.ca/practice-pages/deeper.html 

Cultivating Artistic Approaches to Environmental Learning:  Exploring Eco-art Education in Elementary Classrooms. (2013). International Electronic Journal of Environmental Education, 3(2).

Shades of Green: Growing Environmentalism and Sustainability in Art Education.  (2010). Art Education Journal, 63(6).