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RESEARCH & INNOVATION

OISE Research Lecture Series

2021-22

Focus on Research

Please join us for Focus on Research, a lecture series featuring innovative research methods.  All OISE faculty, students, postdoctoral fellows, and staff are welcome to attend.
 
All sessions will be held over Zoom on Thursdays from 12:00-1:00 p.m.; registration details will be sent to OISE community members via email.
 
Date Speaker Title/topic
November 11 Eunice Jang, Department of Applied Psychology & Human Development
The Power of Diagnostic Scaffolding in Technology-Rich Learning-Oriented Assessment Environments
January 13

Rubén Gaztambide-Fernandez, Department of  Curriculum, Teaching  and Learning

Andrea Vela-Alarcón
PhD candidate, School of Fine Arts, McMaster University

Sarah Switzer, Senior Research Officer, Centre for Community-Based Research

Beyond the Toolkit: Virtual Community-Engaged Facilitation during COVID-19
February 10 Elizabeth Buckner, Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education Rethinking Internationalization: Using ‘Collage’ to Understand a Moving Target
March 3 Cassie Brownell, Department of  Curriculum, Teaching  and Learning TBA
April 7 Chloe Hamza, Department of Applied Psychology & Human Development TBA

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

Impacts of COVID-19

All sessions will be held over Zoom on Thursdays from 12:00-1:00 p.m.; registration details will be sent to OISE community members via email.

Date Speaker(s) Title/topic
February 3
Mary Reid and Kien Nam Luu, Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning
Asian educators’ experiences during COVID-19: How the surge in anti-Asian hate impacted Asian Canadian teachers and leaders
March 31
Emmanuelle Le Pichon-Vorstman, Department of  Curriculum, Teaching  and Learning
Filling the learning gaps caused by the pandemic: Supporting teachers and their diverse students with digital technology. 
May 5
Michal Perlman, Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development)
Coping with Covid: Understanding the impact of the pandemic on low-income families with young children in Toronto

2020-21

 

Focus on Research

Date Speaker(s) Title/topic
October 22 Tara Goldstein and Yasmin Owis, Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning LGBTQ Families Speak Out: Ethical Principles and Practices for Arts-Based Testimonial Research
December 10 Jennifer Brant, Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning “She walked the writing path clearing the brush for us to follow”: Advancing Indigenous Maternal Methodologies to inform Pathways for Liberatory Praxis
January 21 Katyn Chmielewski and Sachin Maharaj Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education Trends in Socio-economic Segregation between Schools in Canada, 1980-2018
March 4 Jim Slotta, Department of  Curriculum, Teaching  and Learning Supporting collective inquiry: New roles for the physical classroom environment
April 8

Michal Perlman, Department of Applied Psychology & Human Development

Samantha Burns, Department of Applied Psychology & Human Development

Adrienne Davidson, Department of Political Science, McMaster University

Delaine Hampton, Rotman School of Management

Sumayya Saleem, Department of Applied Psychology & Human Development

Linda White, Department of Political Science, University of Toronto

Using marketing research methodologies to study parents' preferences and understanding of early childhood education and care services