Sheliza Ibrahim Khan

Sessional Lecturer

Sheliza Ibrahim Khan is a Sessional Lecturer at OISE, who recently completed a postdoctoral fellowship on exploring mathematics integration through STEM outreach. As an instructor, she teaches courses such as Educational Research Inquiry and Current Issues in Science & Technology.

Sheliza’s research interests are in the area of critical pedagogy, place-based education, science education, sustainability, STEM, and knowledge mobilization.

Selected Publications:          

  • Ibrahim Khan S. (2020). Fostering equitable and inclusive STEM opportunities. In C. Rutherford (Ed.), Proceedings of the Inaugural Canada-Caribbean Research Institute Symposium. St. Catharines, ON. Retrieved from
  • Ibrahim Khan S. (2019, June). Connecting place and STEM education for historically silenced communities to share and learn. Paper presented at the 1st Annual STEMS² (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Social Studies and Sense of Place) Symposium, Honalulu, HI.
  • Giuseppe, M., Elliott, P., Ibrahim Khan, S., Rhodes, S., Scott, J., & Steele, A. (2019). Rising to the Challenge: Promoting Environmental Education in Three Ontario Faculties of Education. In D. Karrow & M. Giuseppe (Eds.), Canadian perspectives in initial teacher environmental education praxis. (pp. 139-159), Cham, Switzerland: Springer.
  • Alsop, S. & Ibrahim Khan, S. (2015) School-Community Projects/Programs. In R. Gunstone (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Science Education (pp. 851-854), Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.
  • Steele, A., Brew, C., Rees, C., & Ibrahim Khan, S. (2013). Our practice, their readiness: Teacher educators collaborate to explore and improve preservice teacher readiness for science and math instruction. Journal of Science Teacher Education, 24(1), 111-131.