Scholarly & Creative Works
2024, Atkinson CentreAkbari, E., McCuaig, K., & Mehta, S.
An investigation of the career paths of internationally trained early childhood educators transitioning into early learning programs2011, The Atkinson Centre for Society and Child Development, OISE/University of Toronto.Mehta, S., Janmohamed, Z., & Corter, C.
2009, Lifespan Adaptation Projects, University of TorontoVolpe, R., Davidson, C., Sheard, E., Bell, R., & Members of the University of Toronto Research Coordinator Unit
Shelly’s research interests include amplifying children’s voices and narratives, especially newcomers, in early learning settings. She is also interested in anti-racist frameworks, liberation-focused approaches, and critical pedagogy in early years spaces. Shelly works for the Association of Early Childhood Educators as a Community of Practice lead for the newly created ECE faculty collective. Shelly is currently working with the Ontario and the Ontario Coalition of Better Child Care on their anti-racism project entitled, creating an anti-racist child care system in Ontario.