• May 03, 2021

    May 03, 2021

    Experiential, place-based learning can cultivate a connection with the natural world. To address the climate crisis and other ecological devastation, we need to acknowledge and respect the entire more-than-human community—to teach learners of all ages not to be citizens of the economy, but citizens of the planet.

  • April 14, 2021

    April 14, 2021

    Modern education history has been punctuated by many attempts to personalize learning. As another wave of personalized learning rises across North America, including British Columbia, Michael Maser recounts his experiences using this approach to nurture learning and explains why it’s become the focus of his PhD studies.

  • April 06, 2021

    April 06, 2021

    As a physics student, teacher, and science educator, PhD student Solmaz Khodaeifaal redesigns and reconstructs students' physics learning path through the Science Circles Program. Learn how William Pinar's autobiographical method, currere, inspires new ways of teaching physics even to young students, helping them shape a more sustainable world.

  • March 29, 2021

    March 29, 2021

    Did you know the Research HUB offers guided writing retreats for grad students? Available online, the retreats combine long stretches of writing time with short workshops covering various academic writing and research skills. M.Ed. student Sally Ogis describes how these retreats help boost confidence and productivity.

  • May 26, 2020

    May 26, 2020

    Thanks to the internet and advancements in everyday technology, storytelling can now incorporate unlimited variations in mass multimedia formats. In recent years, storytelling has also leaped into Virtual Reality (VR), one of the most interesting technological advancements to date. Learn more in this article.

  • October 10, 2019

    October 10, 2019

    Whether you are pursuing a doctorate or masters, the graduate journey is a rewarding experience. Graduate work opens up new doors into different ways of learning, new windows on research and more importantly, is a time to pursue our interests with depth, guidance and scholarship. Let the Research Hub be part of your graduate journey.

  • October 08, 2019

    October 08, 2019

    The SFU Educational Review Journal, run by Faculty of Education graduate students, promotes discussion and reflection within an inclusive academic community, supports diverse scholarship, and provides a safe space for peer-to-peer dialogue. The editorial team will hold its first-ever Symposium on October 19, 2019 to celebrate the work of its published authors.

  • September 27, 2019

    September 27, 2019

    A new wave of scholars is taking up theories of new materialism and posthumanism in educational research. Jacqueline Barreiro, doctoral candidate in SFU’s Curriculum Theory and Implementation program, is one such scholar whose doctoral research focuses on educational implications of posthumanist theories as pedagogical tools of critique.

  • April 30, 2019

    April 30, 2019

    The SFU Educational Review (SFUEdR) is a double-blind peer-reviewed, open-access journal welcoming a range of education topics and forms of inquiry into learning and teaching. The editors are excited to announce the newest Special Issue, Performative and Relational Ontologies in Education, which includes such research areas as posthumanism, post-structuralism, and new materiality.

  • January 02, 2019

    January 02, 2019

    Dr. Poh Tan explores teaching science through an objective and subjective lens: to nurture and cultivate scientific dispositions of listening, observing, theorizing, and hypothesizing from a place of emotion. Her research methodology uses self-study to understand her own practice and identity as a science educator when teaching science to children.