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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
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- 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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The Possible's Slow Fuse
The Possible’s Slow Fuse is a scholarly dialogue series organized by the Research Hub of the Faculty of Education and the Centre for Imagination in Research, Culture & Education (CIRCE). Our 2020 series offers four stimulating discussions about the nature and role of imagination in research and education, facilitated by scholars from diverse fields in education - arts, indigeneity, technology, teacher education, mathematics, and aesthetics. We invite you to bring your ideas and questions, and share and celebrate learning and discovery together.
Reimagining Research as Performance
Dr. Fels is a Profession in Arts Education in the Faculty of Education, SFU. Her research focuses on performative inquiry, arts for social change, arts as learning, performative writing, and arts-based research.
Saliha Bava, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor at Mercy College, New York, USA. Dr. Bava is a researcher of play and relational processes. She researches how individuals improvise with each other within educational, training, or work contexts.
They are currently co-investigators in a research project that explores how community is created through shared experiences of creative play, improvisation, and collaboration.
Dr. Lynn Fels & Saliha Bava
February 6, 2020 | 1:30-3:00 p.m.
Room 5080, SFU Surrey Campus