Conferences

Barber, S. (2018). First You Begin with Art: Helping Teachers Welcome Refugees into their New Global Classrooms. World Conference in Education (WCE). Dublin, Ireland.

Barber, S. & Ramsay, L. (2018). Preliteracy and trauma: Helping teachers reduce major barriers to education for refugee students and their parents. A Child’s World – New Shoes, New Direction. Aberystwyth,Wales, UK: Aberystwyth University.

Barber, S. & Tripp, S. (2018). Coding in Kindergarten: Engaging our future problem solvers. Child’s World, Aberystwyth, Wales, UK.

Ramsay, L. & Barber, S. (2018). British Columbia classrooms in behaviour crisis!

Arts-based inquiry with collaborative communities of inclusion for mental and emotional health. Child’s World, Aberystwyth, Wales, UK.

Barber, S. (2018.). At Risk Kids, At Risk Communities: Starting with Social and Emotional Well-Being Goals for a School District. Child’s World, Aberystwyth, Wales, UK.

Barber, S., Ramsay, L. & Cojocaru, A. (2018) Refugee “dreams”: Teachers facilitating hope for students and parents with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and preliteracy in Canada. American Educational Research Association (AERA), New York, USA.

Barber, S. (2017). Refugees, coding and mindfulness: The new global issues that teachers are choosing to research in their Master of Education inquiry projects. Paper, Canada International Conference in Education (CICE), University of Toronto, Mississauga, ON, paper.

Barber, S. (2017). The glass half full? An opportunity under Trump’s administration to review the perennial aims of Western education, Global Conference on Educational Research (GLOCER), USF Sarasota-Manatee,paper.

Barber, S. (2017). Refugees: The new global issue facing teachers in Canada, GLOCER, paper.

Ramsay, L. & Barber, S. (2017). Narrative Inquiry: Demonstrating critical reflection in arts-based cultures of inclusive learning, GLOCER, paper.

Barber, S. (2015). Seeing is Doing: Modeling academic writing and research through instructional videos to support our ELLs. Paper presented at Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (STLHE), Vancouver, BC.

Barber, S. (2014). Digital Showcase: Digital Foundations: Video, Teaching University Writing, and ESL/EAL students. Paper presentation at Improving University Teaching (IUT). UBC, Vancouver, BC.

Barber, S. (2014). Show and Tell: Unintended Educational Outcomes of Narrative Therapy in the Creative Writing Class. Paper presentation at CSSE, St. Catherines, ON.

Barber, S. (2014). The Write Stuff: Making the transition from high school to university writing through narratives of success and video instruction. CSSE, St. Catherines, ON.

Barber, S. (2014). Teaching Narratives in a Digital Age:  Sharing and Learning from our Experiences through Multimedia. Paper presenation at CSSE, CATE.

Barber, S. (2014). Effective Narrative Inquiry in Teacher Education: Illuminating the Path. Paper presentation at Investigating our Practices (IOP), UBC, Vancouver, BC.             

Barber, S. (2013). Gamifying Distance (Online) Education Courses with Narrative: The Hunger (for knowledge) Games. Storyville: Exploring narratives of learning and teaching, Higher Education Academy (HEA), Brighton, UK.

Barber, S. (2013). Digital Natives and Digital Narratives: Teaching Narrative Writing Through Video. Paper presentation at Higher Education Academy, UK.

Barber, S. (2013). Can a Novel Satisfy the Requirements of a Doctoral Dissertation? Paper presenation at Higher Education Academy, UK.

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