Christina Phillips is a science educator and has taught a wide range of science and mathematics courses including mathematics, biology and chemistry to high school students. At OISE, Christina is a sessional instructor who teaches introductory research methodology courses and ‘Integrating Science, Mathematics and Technology Curricula’ .
Christina’s research interests include current and critical issues in curriculum, environmental education and science education using socio-cultural perspectives and discourse analysis.
- Padamsi, Z., Phillips, C., & Burke, L. E. C. (2019). Sharing STEM education expertise: Explorations in interdisciplinary collaboration between the University of Toronto’s faculties of education and engineering [Unpublished report]. Department of Curriculum, Teaching and Learning, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada.
- Bencze, L., El Halwany, S., Krstovic, M., Milanovic, M., Phillips-MacNeil, C., & Zouda, M. (2018). Estudantes agindo para resolver danos pessoais, sociais & ambientais ligados à ciência & tecnologia [Students acting to address personal, social & environmental harms linked to science & technology]. In N. Nunes-Neto & D.M. Conrado (Eds.), Questões sociocientíficas: Fundamentos, propostas de ensino e perspectivas para ações sociopolíticas [Socioscientific issues: Foundations, teaching proposals and perspectives for sociopolitical actions] (pp. 515-560). Salvador, Bahia, Brazil: Editora da Universidade Federal da Bahia.