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John Wallace


Ph.D., University of Toronto
Professor

Dr. Wallace joined the Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning in the 2005-2006 academic year. He teaches several courses at the graduate level, including "Teacher Leadership in Science, Mathematics and Technology" (offered online), "Integrating Science, Mathematics and Technology Curricula" (offered online), "Learning about Teaching through Case Studies," "Current Issues in Science and Technology Education" and “Introduction to Qualitative Inquiry in Curriculum, Teaching and Learning.”

Dr. Wallace is a science educator whose scholarly publications include over 130 books and monographs, book chapters and refereed journal articles. His most recent coedited books are "Dilemmas of Science Teaching: Perspectives on Problems of Practice" (RoutledgeFalmer, 2002), "Leadership and Professional Development: New Possibilities for Enhancing Teacher Learning" (RoutledgeFalmer, 2003) and "Contemporary Qualitative Research: Exemplars for Science and Mathematics Educators" (Springer, 2007). He is involved in several research projects in the field of teacher learning (including studies into teacher knowledge, teacher leadership and case methods in teacher education) and curriculum integration.

Dr. Wallace is a principal investigator on two major funded projects, one supported by the SSHRC and another by the Australian Research Council. These multi-year projects focus on middle school curriculum integration, including the school and classroom conditions under which integration takes place and the nature of student learning in interdisciplinary settings.

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