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RESEARCH & INNOVATION

OISE Research Lecture Series

2022-23

Focus on Research

Please join us for our Focus on Research lecture series.  The theme this year will be "research in partnership." 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(s) Title/topic
October 20 Becky Chen and team members Diana Burchell, Krystina Raymond, Steve Sontao Wang, Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development Partnering with school systems to understand factors impacting French immersion students’ academic performance
November 17 Nana Dei, Department of Social Justice Education African elders and Indigeneity
December 8 Shelley Stagg Peterson, Nicola Friedrich, and Nazila Eisazadeh, Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Northern oral language and writing through Play (NOW Play): a partnership supporting children’s indigenous language, cultural knowledge and writing
January 12 Kaja Jasinska, Department of Applied Psychology and Human Development Promoting reading development in Côte d’Ivoire with public-private academic partnerships
February 16 Alex Calvacante, Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Mathematical literacy and digital technology: are they reconcilable?
March TBA Njoki Wane, Department of Social Justice Education  
Upcoming to be scheduled
Ann Lopez, Department of Leadership, Higher & Adult Education
 
Peter Sawchuk, Department of Leadership, Higher & Adult Education
 
Marcelo Vieta, Department of Leadership, Higher & Adult Education
 

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.

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
"COVID taught me...": Examining Child-Radio Productions in the COVID-19 Pandemic
April 7 Chloe Hamza, Department of Applied Psychology & Human Development Capturing self-injurious thoughts, feelings, and behaviors in real-time: Opportunities, challenges, and potential applications of experiential sampling

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

Impacts of COVID-19

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
February 24 Nina Bascia Teachers' work during the COVID era
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)
 
Samantha Burns, Department of Applied Psychology & Human Development
 
Calpanaa Jegatheeswaran, Department of Applied Psychology & Human Development

Sumayya Saleem, Department of Applied Psychology & Human Development

Coping with COVID-19: using quasi-experimental study of the effects of the pandemic on low-income children and their mothers

May 12

Enrica Piccardo, Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning 

Karam Noel, Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning

Andrea Scholze, Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning

Rebecca Schmor, Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning 

Supporting online language education during the COVID-19 pandemic: Findings from a mixed-methods study on the use of action-oriented, plurilingual scenarios in Northern Italy

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