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RESEARCH & INNOVATION

Focus on Research 2020-21

Please join us for Focus on Research, the virtual version of our OISE research brown bags. This year’s theme is innovative research methods, with talks featuring OISE faculty members whose cutting edge methods are providing new answers  to a variety of timely and pressing research questions.  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 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 Advancing Indigenous Maternal Methodologies to inform Pathways for Liberatory Praxis
January 21 Katyn Chmielewski, Department of Leadership, Higher and Adult Education TBA
February 4 Eunice Jang, Department of Applied Psychology & Human Development Student and Community Support through Balance AI Outreach Tutoring Program
February 18 Megan Boler, Department of Social Justice Education Breaking Methodological Ground: Developing Mixed-Methods to Study the Politics of Racialized Emotions in Social Media
March 4 Jim Slotta, Department of  Curriculum, Teaching  and Learning Learning communities and collective inquiry: An active learning pedagogy for hybrid curriculum designs
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

Sumayaa 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

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming talk

On October 22nd, Professor Tara Goldstein and Ph.D. Candidate Yasmin Owis will present:
 
LGBTQ Families Speak Out: Ethical Principles and Practices for Arts-Based Testimonial Research 
 
Their talk provides a behind-the-scenes view of the arts-based testimonial research methods informing LGBTQ Families Speak Out, an ambitious 6-year study capturing the experiences of LGBTQ families in Ontario public schools. They will address both practical and theoretical aspects of their research methods. What strategies were helpful in curating 300 video clips and providing site navigation? How did they incorporate music and visual art with interview data to create a verbatim theatre piece called Out at School? How did the ethical principles guiding their work evolve over the course of the study? This session speaks broadly to the fields of gender and sexuality studies, performed ethnography, and arts-based research and will also interest researchers exploring new knowledge mobilization strategies. 
 
 
poster for October 22 talk