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- Imagining a Posthuman Education with Dr. Nathalie Sinclair & Dr. Petra Mikulan
- An Inquiry into Interdisciplinary Collaboration
- A Modestly Immodest Proposal for Teacher Education and/or a Fantastic Proposal for Teacher Education?
- Writing and Research: Let the Research Hub Be Part of Your Graduate Journey
- SFU Educational Review Journal Reaches New Heights: Symposium, Editorial Board and DOAJ
- From the Lab to the Classroom: Team Behind Dialectical Map Encourages Critical Thinking Across Disciplines
- Reflections on an Exploration of Narrative Inquiry in a Public Seminar with Dr. Gary Barkhuizen
- Jacqueline Barreiro on Storytelling, Pedagogy, and Post Humanism
- Exciting Collaboration on Evaluation as a Means of Community-Based Research and Engagement
- From a Grassroots Pilot Project to a Province-Wide Success: The Story behind YMCA’s Y Mind Program
- Digital Story Creation with Scribjab: An Innovative Interactive Display
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- Theater & Teaching - Possible's Slow Fuse Dialogue Series #2 with Kevin O’Neill
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- A Provocative Inaugural Session for the Possible's Slow Fuse Dialogue Series
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- A Scientist and a Dancer Met in a Classroom…
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Kelleen Toohey on Language Learning and Scribjab
Dr. Kelleen Toohey is a Professor Emerita at Simon Fraser University. Her research has focused on language learning, especially the learning of English as a second language by children. She is one of the originators for the app, Scribjab, a multilingual tool to create and share digital stories.
Dr. Cheryl Amundsen on Academic Development
Dr. Cheryl Amundsen is a Professor Emerita in the Faculty of Education, as well as the Founder, and Past Director, of the Institute for the Study of Teaching and Learning in the Disciplines (ISTLD), where she developed the Teaching and Learning Grants program. Cheryl's research has focused on how university professors develop pedagogical knowledge in relationship to their subject matter, how they come to understand teaching (and graduate supervision), how they make instructional decisions, including the integration of various technology applications, and the effects of these from the learner's perspective. She was the Principal Investigator for a twelve-year longitudinal study (2006-2018) entitled, Developmental Trajectories of Doctoral Candidate Through New Appointee: A Longitudinal Study of Academic Identity Construction.
Dr. Selma Wassermann on Teaching for Thinking, the Age of Disinformation, and Children’s Moral Dilemmas
Selma Wasserman is a Professor Emerita in the Faculty of Education. A writer, educator, and researcher, Selma is noted for her work in the areas of child-centered education, teaching for thinking, and teaching with the case method. With an extensive publishing record, her most recent works include, Teaching in the Age of Disinformation (2018), What’s the Right Thing to do?: Promoting Thoughtful and Socially Responsible Behavior in the Early Childhood Years (2019), and Evaluation Without Tears: 101 Ways to Evaluate the Work of Students (to be released in 2020).
Dr. Adam Horvath – An Update on Research Work Post-Retirement and the Challenges & Opportunities of Data Sharing
Dr. Adam Horvath is professor Emeritus in the Faculty of Education at SFU. During his academic career, he has published over 100 articles, presented over 200 conference papers, written chapters for edited volumes, and authored a book. He is also a registered psychologist and has an active practice as a psychotherapist.
“Thinking the Unthinkable, Imagining the Impossible, and Discussing the Improbable”: SFU’s Philosophers’ Café
Written by Dr. Meguido Zola, Professor Emeritus, discussing his participation with SFU’s Philosophers’ Café, and his inspiration for creating an FoE Retirees’ Research Fund proposal to explore Philosophers’ Café at greater depth.
Prof. Sharon Bailin's RRF Research Activities
Prof. Sharon Bailin is a recipient of a grant from the Retirees’ Research Fund (RRF). The RRF began in 2014 with the aim of supporting on-going research, scholarly activities and dissemination by retirees who formerly held tenured appointments within the Faculty of Education. Dr. Bailin provides a brief report of her RRF research activities.