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Canadian Society
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Study of Education
Société canadienne
pour l’étude
de l’éducation
XLIVth Annual Conference
28 May – 1 June 2016
University of Calgary
XLIVe Congrès annuel
du 28 mai au 2 juin 2016
University of Calgary
ACDE / ACDÉ
CACS / ACÉC
CAEP / ACP
CAFE / ACÉFÉ
CASIE / ACÉÉA
CASWE / ACÉFÉ
CATE / ACFE
CCGSE / CCÉÉCSÉ
CERA / ACCÉ
CIESC / SCÉCI
Canadian Society for the Study of Education
Suite 204 – 260 Dalhousie Street
OTTAWA ON K1N 7E4
Societé canadienne pour l’étude de l’éducation
Bureau 204 – 260, rue Dalhousie
OTTAWA ON K1N 7E4
Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences
Fédération des sciences humaines
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TABLE OF CONTENTS | TABLE DES MATIÉRES:
CSSE Conference Timetable / Calendrier du congress de la SCÉÉ
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President’s Welcome
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Le mot de bienvenue du président
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Le mot de bienvenue du doyen
Le mot de bienvenue de la présidente du comité du programme
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Dean’s Welcome
Programme Chair’s Welcome
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Abbreviations / Abréviations
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2016 CSSE Program Committee / Comité du programme 2016 de la SCÉÉ
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Programme
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Current as of 23 May 2016. Please refer to the APP for the most current information.
Datée le 23 mai 2016. Veuillez vérifier APPLI pour les renseignements à jour.
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Twitter #CSSE2016
The majority of sessions will occur in Education Classroom Block (EDC).
La plupart des séances aura lieu dans le Education Classroom Block (EDC).
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CSSE CONFERENCE TIMETABLE /CALENDRIER DU CONGRESS DE LA SCÉÉ :
Day 1 / Jour 1
Sun. / dim.
May 29 mai
Day 2 / Jour 2
Mon. / lun.
May 30 mai
8:15 – 9:30
8 h 15 – 9 h 30
1
8
Day 3 / Jour 3
Tue. / mar.
May 31 mai
15
Day 4 / Jour 4
Wed. / mer.
June 1 juin
22
9:45 – 11:00
9 h 45 – 11 h
2
9
16
23
CCGSE Posters and
Roundtable Session
CCÉDÉ séance et
tables rondes
MacEwan Hall
Faculty Posters and
Roundtable Session
Séance et
tables rondes
MacEwan Hall
Faculty Posters and
Roundtable Session
Séance et
tables rondes
MacEwan Hall
11:15 – 12:15
11 h 15 – 12 h 15
3
10
17
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12:15 – 1:15
12 h 15 – 13 h 15
4
1:30 – 2:45
13 h 30 – 14 h 45
CSSE AGM
SCÉÉ AGA
EDC388
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18
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5
12
19
26
3:00 – 4:15
15 h – 16 h 15
6
13
20
27
4:30 – 5:45
16 h 30 – 17 h 15
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6:00 +
18 h +
CSSE Plenary Session
SCÉÉ Séance
plénière
Rozsa Centre
Naomi Klein
CSSE and ACDE
Reception
Réception de la SCÉÉ
et de l'ACDÉ
MacEwan Hall
uCalgary
Reception
5:00-7:00 P.M.
17 h – 19 h
Réception uCalgary
EEEL Building
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PRESIDENT’S WELCOME:
On behalf of the Board of Directors for the associations of the Canadian Society for the Study of
Education/ Société canadienne pour l'étude de l'éducation (CSSE/SCÉÉ), welcome to the 2016 CSSE/SCÉÉ
conference at the University of Calgary. Given the events in Fort McMurray, this year’s theme,
“Energizing Communities” has taken on a much deeper meaning. Many of those displaced by the fires in
Fort McMurray are currently being housed throughout the University of Calgary campus. This is a
challenging time for the people of Alberta, and this conference is a testament to their dedication and
sprit. As members of the CSSE/SCÉÉ community, please find a way to support those from the Fort
McMurray Community.
Personally, I continue to find the CSSE/SCÉÉ annual conference to be highly energizing. I continue to be
amazed by the high quality and variety of educational research occurring across this country. Members
of CSSE are engaged in amazing research focused on learning in a variety of contexts, learning science,
pre-service and professional learning, research methods, and equity and diversity. We have much to
offer, and through our current and ongoing efforts we will help to continue to energize our
communities.
Dr. Violet Baron and her team of conference organizers have put together an outstanding programme
for this year’s conference. Until you have had the experience of putting together such diverse
conference, it is very difficult to appreciate the amount of work this organization requires. I am so glad
that the University of Calgary selected Violet to lead the organization of this conference. Thank you.
Once again, our CSSE/SCÉÉ conference offers a strong selection of pre-conference sessions on Saturday.
Our conference officially begins on Sunday that includes a plenary session by Naomi Klein at the
Eckhardt Gramatté Hall and the CSSE/SCÉÉ President’s and ACDE Reception and Awards Ceremony. The
ACDE/CSSE reception is always a great way to connect with colleagues and friends, and to find new
colleagues. Make sure to stop and say hello to the executive members of the CSSE/SCÉÉ who work hard
to represent your interests. The Association of Canadian Deans of Education is presenting their ACDE
video presentation and reception at the Gallery Hall, Taylor Family Library on Monday. Highlights on
Tuesday include the Annual General meeting and the CSSE/CJE: 40th Anniversary Panel/Wine & Cheese
Reception. These are special events not to be missed. And of course, we will continue to highlight
educational research in Canada through our “Spotlight” sessions during the conference. Take full
advantage of our CSSE/SCÉÉ app and our Facebook page
(https://www.facebook.com/CSSEConference2015) to guide you throughout the conference.
I am confident this conference will give you much to think about in terms of current and future
educational research. For those of you who are new to CSSE/SCÉÉ, enjoy the diversity of educational
research and thinking in Canada, and learn more about the associations that makes up the CSSE/SCÉÉ.
To our continuing members, thank you for your ongoing commitment to CSSE/SCÉÉ and our
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associations. As I finish my term as the CSSE/SCÉÉ president, I want to express my gratitude to the CSSE
Executive and Board of Directors, Katy Ellsworth (Communications Officer for CSSE/SCÉÉ), the editors of
CJE Theodore Christou, Christopher Deluca, and Rollande Deslandes, and the CJE editorial board. Finally,
my deepest appreciation and gratitude to Tim Howard, our Director of Administration for CSSE/SCÉÉ.
The continued success of CSSE/SCÉÉ is largely due to the dedication of these people to represent all of
you.
It has been an honour to serve the educational research community in Canada and I know that the
CSSE/SCÉÉ will continue to be well represented by our incoming president, Dr. Nicholas Ng-a-Fook
I wish each of you a successful 2016 CSSE conference.
Don Klinger
President: Canadian Society for the Study of Education
www.csse-scee.ca/
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LE MOT DE BIENVENUE DU PRÉSIDENT :
Au nom du conseil d’administration de la Société canadienne pour l’étude de l’éducation (SCÉÉ),
bienvenue au congrès 2016 de la SCÉÉ à l’University of Calgary. Compte tenu des événements à Fort
McMurray, le thème de cette année, « L’énergie des communautés », prend un sens encore plus
profond. Un grand nombre des personnes déplacées en raison des incendies à Fort McMurray ont
trouvé refuge ici sur le campus de l’University of Calgary. C’est un moment difficile pour les Albertains et
ce congrès témoigne de leur dynamisme et de leur courage. Je vous invite, vous qui êtes membres de la
communauté que forme la SCÉÉ, à trouver une façon d’accorder votre soutien à la communauté de Fort
McMurray
Pour ma part, je continue de trouver le congrès annuel de la SCÉÉ très énergisant. Je suis toujours
émerveillé de la haute qualité et de la variété des recherches en éducation un peu partout au pays. Des
membres de la SCÉÉ sont engagés dans des travaux fascinants sur l’apprentissage dans divers contextes,
l’apprentissage des sciences, la formation à l’enseignement et la formation professionnelle, les
méthodes de recherche ainsi que l’équité et la diversité. Nous avons beaucoup à offrir et, grâce à nos
efforts actuels et à venir, nous continuerons à contribuer à l’énergie de nos communautés.
La Pre Violet Baron et son équipe ont préparé un programme exceptionnel pour le congrès de cette
année. Si vous n’avez jamais eu à organiser un congrès aussi diversifié, il est très difficile d’imaginer tout
le travail que cela suppose. Je suis si heureux que l’University of Calgary ait choisi Violet pour prendre la
direction de l’organisation de ce congrès. Merci.
Encore une fois, le congrès de la SCÉÉ offre une vaste sélection de séances précongrès le samedi. Notre
congrès commence officiellement dimanche, journée qui comprend une plénière avec Naomi Klein à
l’Eckhardt Gramatté Hall ainsi que la réception et la cérémonie de remise des prix de l’ACDE et du président
de la SCÉÉ. Cette réception est toujours une excellence occasion de retrouver des collègues et amis et de
tisser de nouveaux liens. N’oubliez pas de venir saluer les membres du bureau de direction de la SCÉÉ qui
s’emploient activement à représenter vos intérêts. L’Association canadienne des doyens et doyennes
d’éducation présente leurs vidéos et tiennent leur réception au Gallery Hall, Taylor Family Library lundi. À
noter au menu du mardi : l’assemblée générale annuelle et la réception vin-fromage à l’occasion du
40e anniversaire de la SCÉÉ et de la RCÉ. Ce sont là des événements spéciaux à ne pas rater. Et nous
continuerons, bien sûr, à mettre en lumière la recherche en éducation au Canada par le biais de nos séances
« Point de mire » pendant le congrès. Je vous invite aussi à tirer pleinement parti de l’appli de notre congrès
et de notre page Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/CSSEConference2015) qui sauront vous guider tout
au long du congrès.
Je suis convaincu que ce congrès viendra alimenter vos réflexions au sujet de la recherche en éducation
aujourd’hui et à venir. Si vous venez de vous joindre à la SCÉÉ, profitez bien de la diversité des
recherches et des points de vue au sein de ce vaste pays et prenez le temps de vous familiariser avec les
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associations qui composent la SCÉÉ. Si vous êtes un ou une membre de longue date, merci de votre
fidèle soutien envers la SCÉÉ et nos associations. Je profite de la fin de mon mandat comme président
de la SCÉÉ pour exprimer toute ma gratitude au bureau de direction et au conseil d’administration de la
SCÉÉ. À Katy Ellsworth (responsable des communications pour la SCÉÉ), aux rédacteurs de la RCÉ,
Theodore Christou, Christopher Deluca et Rollande Deslandes, et au conseil aviseur de rédaction de la
RCÉ. Je tiens enfin à remercier très sincèrement Tim Howard, notre directeur de l’administration pour la
SCÉÉ. Le succès continu de la SCÉÉ est largement dû au dévouement avec lequel ces personnes nous
représentent tous.
Ce fut un honneur pour moi que de servir la communauté des chercheurs en éducation au Canada. Je
sais que la SCÉÉ continuera à être bien représentée par notre nouveau président, le Pr Nicholas Ng-aFook.
Je souhaite à chacun et chacune d’entre vous un excellent congrès!
Don Klinger
Président de la Société canadienne pour l'étude de l'éducation
www.csse-scee.ca/
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LE MOT DE BIENVENUE DU DOYEN :
C’est avec grand plaisir que nous tous à la Werklund School of Education vous accueillons sur le campus
de l’University of Calgary pour le congrès 2016 de la SCÉÉ. Avec un tel afflux de chercheurs venus de
tous les coins du pays, cette semaine d’exposés, de dialogue, d’échanges savants et culturels et
d’interaction sociale ne manquera pas, nous en sommes convaincus, d’être passionnante.
Je tiens à remercier l’équipe qui s’est chargée d’organiser le congrès, notamment la présidente du
comité du programme, Violet Baron, et les coordonnateurs locaux, Sharla Mann et Cam Smith.
Je vous souhaite un congrès des plus fructueux!
Dennis Sumara, Doyen, Werklund School of Education
LE MOT DE BIENVENUE DE LA PRÉSIDENTE DU COMITÉ DU
PROGRAMME :
Au nom de la Werklund School of Education, nous vous souhaitons la plus cordiale bienvenue au
congrès 2016 de la SCÉÉ. Nous sommes ravis d’être l’hôte de ce congrès et espérons que vous vous
joindrez à nous pour les nombreuses activités qui se déroulent autour du campus. Je tiens à souligner le
travail exceptionnel de Sharla Mann et de Cam Smith qui ont fourni l’important soutien logistique qu’a
nécessité l’organisation des séances. Merci à Dennis Sumara, Sharon Friesen, Tim Howard et Don Klinger
pour l’appui qu’ils m’ont accordé dans mon rôle de présidente du comité du programme. Il me faut aussi
exprimer toute ma reconnaissance au personnel, aux étudiants et aux bénévoles qui n’ont ménagé
aucun effort au cours des derniers mois pour mener à bien les préparatifs requis pour vous accueillir
parmi nous. Nous vous souhaitons un excellent congrès et espérons que vous passerez des moments
agréables à Calgary.
Cordiales salutations.
Violet Baron
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DEAN’S WELCOME:
On behalf of all of us in the Werklund School of Education, I’d like to welcome all of you to the
University of Calgary campus for the 2016 CSSE Conference. We’re pleased to host so many
researchers from across Canada for what we know will be an exciting week of presentations,
dialogue, academic and cultural exchange, and social interaction.
I would like to thank our conference organizing team, led by Violet Baron, Programme Chair
and Sharla Mann and Cam Smith, Local Area Coordinators.
My best wishes for a productive, rewarding, and enjoyable event.
Dennis Sumara, Dean, Werklund School of Education
PROGRAMME CHAIR’S WELCOME:
On behalf of the Werklund School of Education, we would like to extend our warmest welcome to the
2016 CSSE Conference. We are very excited to host the Conference and hope you join us for the
activities happening around campus. I would like to recognize the exceptional work of Sharla Mann and
Cam Smith who provided the extensive logistical support necessary for organizing the sessions. Thank
you to Dennis Sumara, Sharon Friesen, Tim Howard and Don Klinger for their support in my role as
programme chair. Additionally, I would like to recognize the staff, students and volunteers who have
worked diligently throughout the last months in preparation for your time with us. We wish you a great
conference, and hope you enjoy your time in Calgary.
Regards,
Violet Baron
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ABBREVIATIONS | ABRÉVIATIONS :
Disc. Discussant(s)
Chair Chairperson
Org. Organizer(s), Organisateur(s)-trice(s)
Comm. Commentateur(s)-trice(s)
Prés. Président-e, Présidents-es
ACDE / ACDÉ Association of Canadian Deans of Education / Association canadienne des doyens d'éd ucation
ARTS / SCEA Arts Researchers and Teachers Society / Société des chercheurs et des enseignants des Arts
CAARE / ACRAÉ Canadian Association of Action Research in Education / Association canadienne de la recherchéaction en éducation
CACS / ACÉC Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies / Association canadienne pour l'étude du curriculum
CAEP / ACP Canadian Association for Educational Psychology / Association canadienne de psychopédagogie
CAFE / ACÉFÉ Canadian Association of Foundations of Education / Association canadienne pour l'étude des
fondements de l'éducation
CAREC / ACRPS Canadian Association for Research in Early Childhood / Association canadienne pour la recherche
préscolaire
CASIE / ACÉÉA Canadian Association for the Study of Indigenous Education / Association canadienne pour l'étude
de l'éducation des autochtones
CASWE / ACÉFÉ Canadian Association for the Study of Women and Education / Association canadienne pour
l'étude sur les femmes et l'éducation
CATE / ACFE Canadian Association for Teacher Education / Association canadienne pour la formation des
enseignants
CCGSE / CCÉÉCSÉ Canadian Committee of Graduate Students in Education / Comité canadien des étudiants et
étudiantes aux cycles supérieurs en éducation
CCPA / ACPC Canadian Critical Pedagogy Association / Association canadienne de pédagogie critique
CERA / ACCÉ Canadian Educational Researchers' Association / Association canadienne des chercheurs en éducation
CERN / RRÉC Citizenship and Education Research Network / Réseau de recherche sur l'éducation et citoyenneté
CIESC / SCÉCI Comparative and International Education Society of Canada / Société canadienne d'éducation
comparée et internationale
CJE / RCÉ Canadian Journal of Education / Revue canadienne de l'éducation
CPES / SCPÉ Canadian Philosophy of Education Society / Société canadienne de la philosophie de l'éducation
LLRC / ACCLL Language and Literacy Researchers of Canada / Association canadienne des chercheurs en langue et
littératie
PHETE / GFEÉPS Physical & Health Education Teacher Education / Groupe sur la formation à l'enseignement en
education physique et santé
QSEC / ÉAÉC Queer Studies in Education and Culture / L'étude de l’allosexualité dans l’éducation et culture
RÉÉFMM / RÉÉFMM Regroupement pour l'étude de l'éducation francophone en milieu minoritaire / Group for the
Study of Francophone Education in a Minority Setting
SIGEM / GISEM Special Interest Group for Education and Museums / Groupe d'intérêt spécialisé en muséologie
TATE / TFEE Technology and Teacher Education / Technologie et formation des enseignantes et enseignants
SERG / GRES Science Education Research Group / Groupe de recherche sur l'enseignement de la science
SSHRC / CRSH Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council / Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines
SSTEP / GAMFE Self-Study of Teacher Education Practices / Groupe sur l'autoapprentissage et les méthodes de
formation à l'enseignement
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2016 CSSE PROGRAM COMMITTEE /
COMITÉ DU PROGRAMME 2016 DE LA SCÉÉ :
CSSE / SCÉÉ Violet Baron, Programme Chair | Présidente du comité du programme (Calgary)
CSSE / SCÉÉ Sharla Mann & Cameron Smith, Local Arrangements Coordinators | Coordonnateurs
des arrangements locaux (Calgary)
ACDE / ACDÉ Katy Ellsworth
ARTS / SCEA Mindy Carter (McGill), Nane Jordan
CAARE / ACRAÉ Manu Sharma (Toronto)
CACS / ACÉC Lisa Farley (York), David Lewkowich (Alberta)
CAEP / ACP Jessica Whitley (Ottawa), Donna McGhie-Richmond (Victoria)
CAFE / ACÉFÉ Lisa Panayotidis (Calgary)
CAREC / ACRPS Debra Harwood (Brock)
CASEA / ACÉAS Jacqueline Kirk (Brandon), Shelleyann Scott (Calgary)
CASIE / ACÉÉA Mark Aquash (Red River)
CASWE / ACÉFÉ Lindsay Herriot (Alberta), Saba Alvi (Ottawa)
CATE / ACFE Jodi Nickel (Mount Royal)
CCGSE / CCÉÉCSÉ Matthew Krüger-Ross (SFU)
CCPA / ACPC Lisa Taylor (Bishop's)
CERA / ACCÉ Eugene Kowch (Calgary)
CERN / RRÉC Doug Fleming (Ottawa)
CIESC / SCÉCI Stephen Bahry (Toronto)
CPES / SCPÉ Lauren Bialystok (Toronto)
LLRC / ACCLL Monica Waterhouse (Laval), Xiaoxiao Du (Western)
PHETE / GFEÉPS Michelle Kilborn (Memorial)
QSEC / ÉAÉC André Grace (Alberta)
RÉÉFMM / RÉÉFMM Jean Labelle (Moncton)
SERG / GRES Chris Tippett (Ottawa)
SIGEM / GISEM Marie-France Bérard (UBC)
SSTEP / GAMFE Julian Kitchen (Brock), Kevin O’Connor (Mount Royal)
TATE / TFEE Norman Vaughan (Mount Royal)
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4:00 – 7:00 P.M. / 16 h 00 – 19 h 00
27 May / Le 27 mai 2016
CIESC-SCÉCI
“Another tea at the Empress” Taking action: Contesting the institutional colonial agendas in the
formal/nonformal curricula.
4:00-7:00P.M./16h00-19h00 Curated arts exhibition & interactive panel: Us-Them-Us: Artists and
Social justice
Room/Salle : AB 672. Art
Exhibiting Artists: Dick Avers, Kim Huynh, Jean René Leblanc, Steven
Dept., 6th floor, Arts
Nunoda, Kevin Mellis, Marzieh Mosavaradeh, Rachel Thomas (U of C),
Building
Panelists: Dick Avers, Kim Huynh, Jean René Leblanc, Steven Nunoda (U
of C)
Chair/Prés. : Jennifer Eiserman (Calgary)
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8:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M. / 8 h 00 – 19 h 00
28 May / Le 28 mai 2016
CIESC-SCÉCI
8:30 AM-9:15/8h30-9h30
Room/Salle : AB 672
09:15-10:45 A.M./9h1510h45
Room/Salle : AB 672
Welcoming ceremony‘My Heart Soars, Chief Dan George’
Leader, Cree Elder, Doreen Spence, Rep. UN Aboriginal Commission and
Tsuu Tina representatives
Major interactive panel: First Nations initiatives, dilemmas and triumphs
Cora Weber-Pilwax, U of A, selected alumnae. Hugh Akagi, Chief,
Passamaquoddy, New Brunswick. Representatives from Tsuu Tina. Tiffany
Prete, U of A. Sandra Manyfeathers, Educator, Blood Community.
Representatives from First Nations communities
Chair/Prés. : Cecille DePass (U of C), Doreen Spence (Calgary), Celia Haig
Brown (York)
11:00-11:45 A.M./11h0011h45
Small groups, facilitated discussions: ‘Where to from here’? Dialogues,
Conversations. Responses.
Room/Salle : AB 617,
641, 651, 658
1:00 - 2:45 PM/13:00 14:45
Room/Salle : AB 672
Major interactive panel: Immigration and Minority integration initiatives,
dilemmas and triumphs
Enid Lee, Santa Cruz. Sunetha Matthews, Winnipeg. Gail Jardine, U of C,
selected alumnae. Maria Wallis, York. Kamal Sehgal, Alberta Network of
Immigrant Women and Board members. Hilary Robertson Hickling, UWI,
Jamaica
Chair/Prés. : Enid Lee (California), Sana Fakih (Vancouver) Didi Khayatt
(York)
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8:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M. / 8 h 00 – 19 h 00
28 May / Le 28 mai 2016
CIESC-SCÉCI
1:00 - 2:45 PM/13:00 14:45
Participatory session with reflections: Healing our bodies using traditional
energies
Room/Salle : AB 658
Chair/Prés. : Yan Guo, Rosemarie Bartschak (Calgary)
1:00 - 2:45 PM/13:00 14:45
Small groups, facilitated, dialogues, discussions, dramatizations:
Contemporary encounters and experiences
Room/Salle : AB 641,
651, 617
3:00-3: 45 PM/15:00-15:
45
Closing Experiences. Part 1.: One World Uniting.
Plenary with Open Mike. Ali Abdi, UBC. Enid Lee, Santa Cruz. Magda Lewis,
Queen's (to be confirmed).
Room/Salle : AB 672
Chair/Prés. : Doreen Spence
4:00-6:00 PM/16:0018:00
Closing Experiences Part 2.: ‘Life is just for living, Ernie Smith’
Elder Spence with Tsuu Tina representatives. Doreen Spence. Cyril
Dabydeen. Tania Guerrero. Pamela Mordecai.
Room/Salle : AB 672
Chair/Prés. : Enid Lee (California) Ali Abdi (UBC), Patty Hamid (Okotoks)
CATE/ACFE
12:00-4:00 PM/12:0016:00
Neoliberalism and Teacher Education: Critical Conversations
Room/Salle : 370A
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8:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M. / 8 h 00 – 19 h 00
28 May / Le 28 mai 2016
CSSHE-SCÉES/CCGSE-CCÉÉCSÉ
9:00-10:30 A.M./9h0010h30
Keynote: How to Survive your PhD
Inger Mewburn (editor of ThesisWhisperer.com) (Australian National
University)
Room/Salle : EDC179
10:45-12:15 P.M./10h4512h15
The Teaching Dossier: Preparing for your Academic Career Now
Cynthia Korpan (Victoria)
Room/Salle : Scurfield
268
1:15-2:15/13h15-14h15
Joining Scholarly Conversations: Moving from Student to Published Author
Michelle K. McGin (Brock)
Room/Salle : Scurfield
268
2:15-2:45/14h15-14h45
A Conversation with a Journal Editor
Michelle Pidgeon (SFU)
Room/Salle : Scurfield
268
3:00-4:00/15h00-16h00
Crafting a Research Agenda
George Veletsianos (Royal Roads)
Room/Salle : Scurfield
268
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8:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M. / 8 h 00 – 19 h 00
28 May / Le 28 mai 2016
CERA-ACCÉ
8:15 A.M./8h15
Room/Salle : EDC 280
1:30 P.M./13h30
Workshop: Using the Pan-Canadian Assessment (PCAP) Databases for
Large-scale Eduction Studies
Kathryn O’Grady (Pan-Canadian Assessment Program for the Council of
Ministers of Education)
Workshop: From SPSS to R: An emerging migration!
Amin Mousavi (Saskatchewan)
Room/Salle : EDC 280
LLRC-ACCLL
8:00 A.M./8h00
Registration
Room/Salle : EDC 386
8:30-9:45 A.M./8h309h45
Room/Salle : EDC 386
10:00-11:45 A.M. & 1:152:45 P.M./10h00-11h45
& 13h15-14h45
Room/Salle : EDC 270
Keynote: Post-modernizing school learning: An evolving playbook to reread/write language and literacy education for civic engagement
Heather Lotherington (York)
Breakout sessions Group 1
Chair/Prés. : Lynne Wiltse
Using critical literacies to engage Indigenous youth in a collaborative
graohic novel project
Alexis Brown
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8:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M. / 8 h 00 – 19 h 00
28 May / Le 28 mai 2016
LLRC-ACCLL
10:00-11:45 A.M. & 1:152:45 P.M./10h00-11h45
& 13h15-14h45
"This is where I grew up": Reflections on language, civic engagement, and
pressing for change for ethnic minorities in Hong Kong
Casey Burkholder, Jianne Soriano, Alecxis Ramos-Pakit
Room/Salle : EDC 270
10:00-11:45 A.M. & 1:152:45 P.M./10h00-11h45
& 13h15-14h45
The techno-literacy practices of young children from diverse backgrounds
Nikki Friedrich
Room/Salle : EDC 270
10:00-11:45 A.M. & 1:152:45 P.M./10h00-11h45
& 13h15-14h45
Speaking Mennonite at school: A narration analysis of the role of language
in immigrant educational experiences
Christine Kampen Robinson
Room/Salle : EDC 270
10:00-11:45 A.M. & 1:152:45 P.M./10h00-11h45
& 13h15-14h45
Exploring civic engagement through postcolonial readings of children's
literature about the refugee experience
Lynne Wiltse
Room/Salle : EDC 270
10:00-11:45 A.M. & 1:152:45 P.M./10h00-11h45
& 13h15-14h45
Breakout sessions Group 2
Chair/Prés. : Diane Collier
Room/Salle : EDC 272
Visualizing families: Visual literacy and photography
Diane Collier
10:00-11:45 A.M. & 1:152:45 P.M./10h00-11h45
& 13h15-14h45
Art, charts, and alphabet strips: Searching for literac(ies) on the walls of
primary classrooms
Wendy Crocker
Room/Salle : EDC 272
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8:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M. / 8 h 00 – 19 h 00
28 May / Le 28 mai 2016
LLRC-ACCLL
10:00-11:45 A.M. & 1:152:45 P.M./10h00-11h45
& 13h15-14h45
Supporting children's multiliteracies at home: A case study of two Chinese
families
Xiaoxiao Du
Room/Salle : EDC 272
10:00-11:45 A.M. & 1:152:45 P.M./10h00-11h45
& 13h15-14h45
Uncovering the myth of English picture books for Chinese parenting
Yijuan Ge
Room/Salle : EDC 272
10:00-11:45 A.M. & 1:152:45 P.M./10h00-11h45
& 13h15-14h45
Another look at literacy: The role of the museum, synergy, and family's
interaction in an Afghani-American refugee family
Assadullah Sadiq
Room/Salle : EDC 272
10:00-11:45 A.M. & 1:152:45 P.M./10h00-11h45
& 13h15-14h45
Breakout sessions Group 3
Chair/Prés. : Susan Holloway
Room/Salle : EDC 276
Multimodal pedagogy and semiotic demands
Emma Cooper
10:00-11:45 A.M. & 1:152:45 P.M./10h00-11h45
& 13h15-14h45
Learning through the [XXX] project: Teacher candidates' and graduate
students' views on creating pedagogical multimodal tools
Susan Holloway
Room/Salle : EDC 276
10:00-11:45 A.M. & 1:152:45 P.M./10h00-11h45
& 13h15-14h45
The responses of Canadian and Chinese teachers and university instructors
to picture books
Jing Jin
Room/Salle : EDC 276
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8:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M. / 8 h 00 – 19 h 00
28 May / Le 28 mai 2016
LLRC-ACCLL
10:00-11:45 A.M. & 1:152:45 P.M./10h00-11h45
& 13h15-14h45
Room/Salle : EDC 276
Bridging the divide: How English and French connections promote
biliteracies for critical citizenship
Sunny Lau Man Chu
10:00-11:45 A.M. & 1:152:45 P.M./10h00-11h45
& 13h15-14h45
Room/Salle : EDC 276
The development of grade 6 Intensive ESL students' writing skills in both
first and second languages
Lynn Thomas
10:00-11:45 A.M. & 1:152:45 P.M./10h00-11h45
& 13h15-14h45
Room/Salle : EDC 276
Collaboration and literacy: Pre-service teachers and the process of
integrating speech-to-text technology
Kevin Wilcox
11:45-1:15 P.M./11h4513h15
Room/Salle : EDC 386
Lunch/Déjeuner
3:00-4:00 P.M./15h0016h00
Room/Salle : EDC 386
Consolidation
Monkeyshines Children's Books
TATE-TFEE
2:00-4:00 P.M./14h0016h00
Inspiring a Passionate Commitment to Learning
Sharon Friesen and Barb Brown (Calgary)
Room/Salle : Doucette
Library EDC 370
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8:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M. / 8 h 00 – 19 h 00
28 May / Le 28 mai 2016
CACS-ACÉC
Session/Séance 8:15-4:45
P.M./8h15-16h45
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 287
Session/Séance 8:15-4:45
P.M./8h15-16h45
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 255
ARTS-SCEA
9:30-11:00 A.M./9h3011h00
ABER, Visual Arts, Communities, and the Self
Room/Salle : EDC 284
Utilizing Photography as a Vehicle for Literacy Development
Peter Vietgen (Brock)
9:30-11:00 A.M./9h3011h00
Multimodal Visual Arts and Community Literacy
Kathy Browning (Laurentian)
Room/Salle : EDC 284
9:30-11:00 A.M./9h3011h00
The Role of Community-based Art in Developing Social and Political
Literacies for a More Caring and Engaged Future
R. Varainja Stock (Lakehead), Dayna Slingerland (Lakehead)
Room/Salle : EDC 284
9:30-11:00 A.M./9h3011h00
Lost in Transition: Arts-based Research on the Experience of a First-Year
International Graduate Student from the First Person’s Perspective
Seonjeong Yi (Concordia)
Room/Salle : EDC 284
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8:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M. / 8 h 00 – 19 h 00
28 May / Le 28 mai 2016
ARTS-SCEA
9:30-11:00 A.M./9h3011h00
Empathy, A/R/Tography, Literacy
Room/Salle : EDC 278
Social and Emotional Learning: An Intersectionality between Literacy and
the Arts
Natalia Archacka (UBC)
9:30-11:00 A.M./9h3011h00
Couplets as Indicators of A/r/tographic Learning
Jun Hu (Concordia)
Room/Salle : EDC 278
9:30-11:00 A.M./9h3011h00
Room/Salle : EDC 278
9:30-11:00 A.M./9h3011h00
Multiliteracies: A Framework for the Music Education Paradigm
Katie Tremblay-Beaton (OISE-UT)
How Does the Study of Art Influence the Pedagogical Practices for Children
with Cancer?
Sahar Fazeli (McGill)
Room/Salle : EDC 278
11:10-12:10 P.M./11h1012h10
AGM/AGA
Room/Salle : EDC 278
12:10-1:10 P.M./12h1013h10
Room/Salle : EDC 278
1:10-1:40 P.M./13h1013h40
Lunch/Déjeuner
Spotlight Session: International Journal of Education Through Art
Room/Salle : EDC 278
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8:00 A.M. – 7:00 P.M. / 8 h 00 – 19 h 00
28 May / Le 28 mai 2016
ARTS-SCEA
1:40-3:00 P.M./13h4015h00
Room/Salle : EDC 284
Telling through Experiences: The Place of Literacy
Session/Séance 1:403:00 P.M./13h40-15h00
Room/Salle : EDC 284
Interrogating the Other: Zombies in Print, Performance and Popular
Culture
Mary Ann Richards (VIU)
Session/Séance 1:40-3:00
P.M./13h40-15h00
Room/Salle : EDC 284
A Weaving of Pedagogical and Poetic Inquiry into Colonial Relation and
Education for Sustainable Development
Margaret McKeon (UBC)
Session/Séance 1:40-3:00
P.M./13h40-15h00
Room/Salle : EDC 284
Embodying history: A multi-layered experience
Shauna Rak (McGill)
Session/Séance 1:40-3:00
P.M./13h40-15h00
Room/Salle : EDC 278
Living through the Body: Perceptions and Embodied Literacies
The Limits of Literacy
Boyd White (McGill)
Session/Séance 1:403:00 P.M./13h40-15h00
Room/Salle : EDC 278
I’m Perfect/Imperfect: Multimodal Transformations and Narrations of
Body Image
Kari-Lynn Winters (Brock), Christine Boyko-Head (Mohawk College), Helen
Zdriluk (Brock)
Children’s Perceptions of Disability within the Context of Elementary
School Dance Education
Michelle R. Zitomer (Alberta)
Session/Séance 1:40-3:00
P.M./13h40-15h00
Room/Salle : EDC 278
My Somatic Alphabet: Employing the Body to Access Embodied Lessons of
the Hidden Curriculum
Towani Duchscher (Calgary)
Session/Séance 1:40-3:00
P.M./13h40-15h00
Room/Salle : EDC 278
Break it Down: Using Street Dance to Challenge Gender Norms in a
Disadvantaged High-School
Debora Friedmann (McGill)
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TIMESLOT 1 / PÉRIODE 1
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 1.01
ACDE-ACDÉ
ACDE AGM | AGA de l'ACDÉ
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
Breakfast meeting
Session/Séance 1.02
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 171
Understanding Teachers' Participation in Nature-based Field Trips: A Study
from an Alberta Conservation Area
Scott Hughes (Mount Royal), Heather Ray (Mount Royal), Sonya Jakubec
(Mount Royal), Joe Pavelka (Mount Royal), Michael Quinn (Mount Royal),
Ashok Krishnamurthy (Mount Royal)
Living as Mapmakers: Charting a Course with Children Guided by Parent
Knowledge
Debbie Pushor (Saskatchewan)
Uprooting the urban school garden: Planting seeds that make a difference
Susan Jagger (Ryerson)
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TIMESLOT 1 / PÉRIODE 1
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 1.03
Room/Salle : EDC 156
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Researching Inclusive Education
School Principals and Students with Special Education Needs: Leading
Inclusive Schools
Steve Sider (WLU), Kimberly Maich (Brock), Jhonel Morvan (Brock)
Inclusive education and cultural (dis)connect in the Pacific Islands:
Conclusions from a 3-year collection of studies.
Tim Loreman (Concordia - Edmonton), Philipe Jitoko (Pacific Islands Forum
Secretariat), Seta Macanawai (Pacific Disability Forum), Umesh Sharma
(Monash University)
Session/Séance 1.04
Room/Salle : EDC 152
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Exploring the Connections
Meta-moral Cognition: Bridging the Gap between Moral Thinking and
Moral Action
Mira Bajovic (Brock), Kelly Rizzo (Hamilton Wentworth District School
Board)
Teaching Adolescents to Think and Act Responsibly Through Narrative
Film-making: Pedagogical Strategies for using the EQUIP Approach
Christina Garchinski (Brock)
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TIMESLOT 1 / PÉRIODE 1
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 1.05
Room/Salle : EDT 450
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
History of Education Theory
Chair/Prés. : David Scott (Calgary)
Shifting Sands: Challenging Social Roles in Community-based History
Education
Cynthia Wallace-Casey (UNB)
History in Canadian Education: Canon or Complexity?
Lynn Lemisko (Saskatchewan), Kurt Clausen (Nipissing)
Session/Séance 1.06
Room/Salle : EDC 370
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Professional Growth
Chair/Prés. : Shelleyann Scott ()
Field Testing An Online Professional Growth Planning Service: Year Two
Results
Carmen Mombourquette (Lethbridge)
Engaging and sustaining professional learning through teacher inquiry
teams
Sabre Cherkowski (UBC - Okanagan), Leyton Schnellert (UBC - Okanagan)
Facilitating Change: Implementing an Individualized Professional
Development Program to Support Teachers' Capacity with EvidencedBased Practices
Marybeth Fortune (Brock), Tiffany Gallagher (Brock)
Flourishing in Schools: Understanding how teachers experience well-being
in their work
Jennifer Kely (UBC Okanagan), Kelly Hanson (UBC - Okanagan), Keith
Walker (Saskatchewan), Sabre Cherkowski (UBC -Okanagan)
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TIMESLOT 1 / PÉRIODE 1
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 1.07
Room/Salle : EDC 386
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Special Event/Événement spécial
CASIE Opening Ceremony | Cérémonie d'ouverture de l'ACÉÉA
CASIE Opening Ceremony led by Indigenous Elder
Session/Séance 1.08
Room/Salle : EDC 280
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Practicum Partnerships
Practice-and-Theory Integration through School-University Partnerships:
Tensions and Triumphs
Gladys Sterenberg (Mount Royal), Kevin O'Connor (Mount Royal)
Educating associate teachers through professional co-development
groups: a posture challenge / Former des enseignants-associés dans des
groupes de codéveloppement professionnel : un défi de posture
(Bilingual/Bilingue)
Marie-Josée Dumoulin (Sherbrooke), Julie Desjardins (Sherbrooke),
François Vandercleyen (Sherbrooke)
Pre-Service Teacher Mentorship: Exploring changes to teaching practice
emerging from mentorship experiences
Phil Butterfield (Calgary)
Session/Séance 1.09
CATE-ACFE
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 255
Murmurations: Teacher Education Curriculum Conversations in Motion
Towani Duchscher (Calgary), Jodi Latremouille (Calgary), Kimberley Grant
(Calgary)
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TIMESLOT 1 / PÉRIODE 1
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 1.10
Room/Salle : EDC 057
QSEC-ÉAÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Queer Community Projects
The Comprehensive Health Education Workers Project for Sexual and
Gender Minority Youth and Young Adults: Pedagogical and Cultural Work
as Advocacy
Andre Grace (Alberta), Michel Levesque (Alberta), Jeffrey Hankey (Alberta),
Clarissa Cheong (Alberta)
Singing Queer: Archiving and Constructing a Lineage Through Song
Kate Reid (UBC), Claudia Ruitenberg (UBC)
Session/Séance 1.11
Room/Salle : EDC 287
TATE-TFEE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Professional development through the use of digital technologies
The ETFO Connected Communities project: A grassroots, online
Professional development model for elementary teachers
Catherine Hands (Brock), Eleftherios Soleas (Queen's), Janet Grant
(Elementary Teachers' Federation of Ontario)
Teachers' Life-long Learning: Mathematics and Technology Professional
Development Webinars in an Ontario Community of Teachers
Eleftherios Soleas (Queen's), Catherine Hands (Brock)
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TIMESLOT 2 / PÉRIODE 2
9:45 – 11:00 A.M. / 9 h 45 – 11h 00
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 2.01
Room/Salle : EDC 202
ACDE-ACDÉ
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Chair/Prés. : Kim Franklin (TWU)
Welcoming 25,000+ Syrian Refugees to Canada: Responses from Canadian
Post-Secondary Institutions
Kristina Montero (WLU), Richard Schmid (Concordia), Tim Rahilly (SFU)
Session/Séance 2.02
CACS-ACÉC
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 171
Nature as educational partner? Diverse research perspectives on a placebased public school
Mark Fettes (SFU), Sean Blenkinsop (SFU), Jade Ho (SFU), Stef Block (SFU),
Anya Chase (SFU), Laura Piersol (SFU), Michael Derby (SFU)
Session/Séance 2.03
Room/Salle : EDC 260
So what's your PGP? The preferred gender pronoun as ambivalent
diversity curriculum
Lee Airton (OISE-UT)
Sex education: Contesting identities, surveillance and homonormativity
Adam Davies (OISE-UT), Laura Hughes (OISE- UT)
Reading Fantasy in Policy Controversy: A Study of Ontario's New Sexual
Health Education Curriculum
Lauren Jervis (York)
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TIMESLOT 2 / PÉRIODE 2
9:45 – 11:00 A.M. / 9 h 45 – 11h 00
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 2.04
Room/Salle : EDC 156
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Researching Comprehensive
Development of a core indicators and measurements framework for
Comprehensive School Health (CSH) initiatives
Alicia Hussain (Queen's), Susan Hornby (Joint Consortium for School
Health), John Freeman (Queen's University)
Supporting Newcomer Students' Psychological Wellbeing: One School's
Comprehensive School Health Approach
Keith Power (Memorial), Xuemei Li (Memorial), Hua Que (Memorial)
Session/Séance 2.05
Room/Salle : EDC 152
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Attitudes toward Disabilities: Perspectives of children and youth
Inclusive but not included: Perspectives of secondary school students on
the social exclusion of students with learning difficulties
Jennifer Richardson (Western), Elizabeth Nowicki (Western), Jason Brown
(Western)
Factors influencing the Attitudes of Children with Disabilities towards
People with Disabilities in General
Lily Dyson (Victoria)
Session/Séance 2.06
Room/Salle : EDT 450
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Critical Media Literacy
Chair/Prés. : Marlon Simmons (Calgary)
Critical Media Literacy, Democracy and the Importance of Teachers and
Education
Paul Carr (UQO), Gina Thésée (UQAM), Darren Lund (Calgary), Gary Pluim
(Lakehead (Orillia))
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29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 2.07
Room/Salle : EDC 370
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Aboriginal Educational Leadership
Teacher attrition in a northern Ontario First Nation community: A
narrative re-storying.
Dawn Burleigh (Lethbridge)
Success in Nunavut Schools: Insight from Principals and Teacher Leaders
Using Features of Appreciative Inquiry
Jane Preston (UPEI)
Treaty 7 Education: From Treaty 7 to Local Control of Education
Jacqueline Ottmann (Calgary), Sheila Carr-Stewart (Alberta)
Uncovering Aboriginal Women Educational Leaders' Stories
Ingrid Robinson (STFX)
Session/Séance 2.08
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 386
Kress, M., Perley, D., Perley, I., Plaice, E., and Sabattis-Atwin, A. (2015).
"Ktuhkelokepon" Awakening our Indigeneity: A Wabanaki Story. Mi'kmaqWolastoqey Center, Faculty of Education. University of New Brunswick.
Margaret Kress (UNB), David Perely (UNB), Imelda Perley (UNB), Evie Plaice
(UNB), Allan Sabattis-Atwin (UNB)
Four Indigenous scholars translating decolonizing principles into pedagogy
Dustin Louie (Calgary), Yvonne Poitras-Pratt (Calgary), Jacqueline Ottmann
(Calgary), Aubrey Hanson (Calgary)
Challenges and Rewards of Success Through Our Eyes: A Photovoice
Research Project
Karen Rempel (Centre for Aboriginal and Rural Education Studies, Faculty
of Education Brandon University), Kathy Moscou (Brandon), Chris Brown (),
Chris Beeman (Brandon)
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29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 2.09
Room/Salle : EDC 287
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Indigenization in Teacher Education
New Immigrant Navigating Multiculturalism and Indigenous Content in
Teacher Education
Lilach Marom (UBC)
Learning what schooling left out: Making an Indigenous case for critical
service-learning and critical pedagogy within teacher education
Yvonne Poitras Pratt (Calgary), Patricia Danyluk (Calgary)
Pedagogical Pathways for Indigenous Education With/in Teacher
Education
Brooke Madden (UBC)
Session/Séance 2.10
Room/Salle : EDC 255
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Building capacity in assessment
The evolution of fourth year pre-service ESL teachers' beliefs and practices
related to formative assessment
Alexandre Mesquita (Sherbrooke)
Building Teachers' Capacity in Authentic Assessment: A Critical Inquiry
Approach
Kim Koh (Calgary), Colleen Parks (Calgary)
Assessing competencies: Supporting teachers (and teacher candidates) in
a time of curriculum revision
Sheryl MacMath (UFV)
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TIMESLOT 2 / PÉRIODE 2
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29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 2.11
Room/Salle : EDC 278
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Fostering success in mathematics
Investigating mathematics teachers' professional learning through
professional learning networks
Xiong Wang (Alberta)
Fostering meaningful parent engagement in their children's mathematical
learning and success
Lynda Colgan (Queen's), Penny Patrician (Ministry of Education for the
Province of Ontario (Parent and Community Engagement Unit of the
Inclusive Education Branch))
Un-numbing: Pre-service teachers' poetic understandings of number,
quantity, and scale
Limin Jao (McGill), Susan Jagger (Ryerson), Nenad Radakovic (College of
Charleston)
Session/Séance 2.12
Room/Salle : EDC 284
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Reflection in Teacher Education
A cross-examination of the development of reflection: The case of two
initial teacher education programmes
Lynn Thomas (Sherbrooke), Enrique Correa Molina (Sherbrooke)
"Making"as a Catalyst for Reflective Practice
Andrea Sator (SFU), Shawn Bullock (SFU)
Fostering Innovative Practice: A model for professional learning.
Vandy Britton (UFV), Awneet Sivia (UFV)
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29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 2.13
CCGSE-CCÉÉCSÉ
Workshop/Atelier
Room/Salle : EDC 384
A Mentoring-based Approach to Writing for Publication
/Accompagnement d'étudiants-chercheurs lors des étapes menant à la
publication scientifique
Casey Burkholder (McGill), Nancy Allen (UQO), Joelle Nagle-Creston
(Western)
Session/Séance 2.14
Room/Salle : EDC 280
CERA-ACCÉ
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Large-Scale Assessments in Elementary Schools
Talking About Large-Scale Assessments: Elementary Principals’ and
Teachers’ Activities and Use of EQAO Materials
Monica Paabo (OISE-UT), Tian Tang (OISE- UT), Ruth Childs (OISE- UT)
Patterns of Nonresponse Over Time and Their Relationship with Students’
Attitudes and Characteristics
Tian Tang (OISE-UT), Saira Shah (OISE- UT), Gulam Khan (OISE- UT), Ruth
Childs (OISE- UT)
What’s in a Skipped Item? Investigating the Characteristics of Items that
are Susceptible to Being Skipped
Gulam Khan (OISE-UT), Ruth Childs (OISE- UT)
Nonresponse and Teachers’ Use of Assessment Materials
Ruth Childs (OISE-UT), Monica Paabo (OISE- UT), Gulam Khan (OISE- UT),
Tian Tang (OISE- UT), Saira Shah (OISE-UT)
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29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 2.15
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
CIESC-SCÉCI
Bilingual multi-paper/Plusieurs communications bilingue
Exploring Rights and Sovereignty of Students and Educators in Public
Education / Une exploration des droits et de la souveraineté des
étudiant(e)s et des professeur(e)s dans l'éducation publique
The Case for a Statement of Rights for International Students in Canada
Joe Corrigan (Alberta)
Re-thinking Children's Rights in a Global Digital Age: A Critical Narrative
Review of the Literature
Hoa Truong-White (Ottawa)
Les limites à l'inclusion scolaire au Canada : une analyse comparative
(Bilingual/Bilingue)
Philippe Tremblay (Laval), Stéphanie Belley (présentateur) (Laval)
National Councils for Education as a Platform for a Sovereign Education
Doron Yosef-Hassidim (OISE-UT)
Session/Séance 2.16
LLRC-ACCLL
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 173
Energizing Communities with Children's Literature: Working against a
dictatorship of no alternatives.
Pam Whitty (UNB), Sherry Rose (UNB)
Teaching Literature by Indigenous Authors in Alberta High Schools: Stories
from the Field
Ingrid Johnston (Alberta), Bill Howe (Edmonton Public Schools), Chandra
Hildebrand (Edmonton Public Schools)
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29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 2.17
Room/Salle : EDC 057
QSEC-ÉAÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Queer Issues in Local School contexts
"When I Play Soccer, I Feel Free, I Feel as if No One Can Harm Me": Gender
Justice and Sports
Karleen Pendleton Jiménez (Trent)
The Experiences of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Queer/Questioning (LGBQ)
School Personnel in Newfoundland and Labrador
Sarah Pickett (Memorial)
Gay-Straight Alliances' (GSA) work in Canadian public and Catholic high
schools
Alicia Lapointe (Western)
Session/Séance 2.18
SIGEMM-GISÉMM
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 172
Do retired adults deal with a thematic temporary exhibition in a more
superficial way than adults that are still at work?
Colette Dufresne-Tassé (Montréal)
Les émotions : révélation de leurs effets lors de l'observation d'une œuvre
dans un musée d'art (Bilingual/Bilingue)
Elisabeth Meunier (Montréal), Colette Dufresne-Tassé (Montréal)
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TIMESLOT 3 / PÉRIODE 3
11:15 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. / 11 h 15 – 12h 15
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 3.01
ACDE-ACDÉ/CATE-ACFE
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 179
Are we admitting the right teacher candidates? The future of admission
processes for teacher education programs
Ruth Childs (OISE-UT), Kim Stegemann (TRU), Mary Jane Harkins (MSVU),
Kent Hecker (Calgary)
Session/Séance 3.02
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 171
Language program developments in one settlement service agency in
Newfoundland and Labrador
Barbara Mulcahy (Memorial)
Educating and Place in Western Newfoundland: A Narrative and Poetic
Inquiry of Decolonization (Bilingual/Bilingue)
Margaret McKeon (UBC)
Session/Séance 3.03
Room/Salle : EDC 057
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Supporting Adult Learners in Diverse Settings
Supporting medical trainees to be self-regulating learners: A case study of
a novel feedback program
Deborah Butler (UBC), Kimberley MacNeil (UBC), Stephane Voyer (UBC),
Cary Cuncic (UBC), Rose Hatala (UBC)
A problem-based learning intervention in a professional environmental
health and safety department: A case of innovation and its subsequent
effects on learners
Ugur Parlar (Calgary), Bonnie Shapiro (Calgary)
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TIMESLOT 3 / PÉRIODE 3
11:15 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. / 11 h 15 – 12h 15
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 3.04
Room/Salle : EDC 280
Session/Séance 3.05
Room/Salle : EDT 202
Session/Séance 3.06
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Special Event/Événement spécial
CAFE Book Celebration | Célébration des livres de l'ACÉFÉ
CASEA-ACÉAS
Special Event/Événement spécial
ICASEA Graduate Session: Interview (Successfully!) for Your First
Academic Position
Chair/Prés. : Alysha Sloane
CASEA-ACÉAS
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 260
International Perspectives on School Autonomy and 21st Century Learning
Paul Newton (Saskatchewan)
Session/Séance 3.07
Room/Salle : EDT 450
CASWE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
K-12 Teachers
Both sides of the educational fence: Understanding 21st century
leadership through duoethnography
Lisa Starr (McGill), Charlie Kraig (Grand Prairie Public School District)
Portraits of time pressure: Exploring female teachers' research
engagement
Jennifer Mitton Kukner (STFX)
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TIMESLOT 3 / PÉRIODE 3
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29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 3.08
Room/Salle : EDC 287
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Partnerships to enhance aboriginal education
Increasing Equity and Access for Alberta Rural Pre-Service Teachers
Dianne Gereluk (Calgary), Roswita Dressler (Calgary), Sarah Eaton
(Calgary), Sandra Becker (Calgary)
Exploring Aboriginal Education Enhancement Agreements
(Bilingual/Bilingue)
Andrew Kitchenham (UNBC), Tina Fraser (UNBC), Michelle Pidgeon (SFU),
Karen Ragoonaden (UBC)
Crossing Borders in Teacher Education: Mapping Dispositions in Global and
Local Educational Engagements
Jeannie Kerr (UBC), Vanessa Andreotti (UBC)
Session/Séance 3.09
Room/Salle : EDC 278
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Developing autonomy and competence in practicum
How Beginning Teachers Negotiate Autonomy During the Practicum
Elizabeth Sloat (UNB)
Cross analysis of difficulties and obstacles encountered during student
teaching experience
Adel Habak (Sherbrooke), Jean-François Desbiens (Sherbrooke), Mylène
Leroux (UQO), Carlo Spallanzani (Sherbrooke), Stéphane Martineau (UQTR),
Claudia Gagnon (Sherbrooke), Enrique Correa-Molina (Sherbrooke), Cécilia
Borges (Montréal)
Applying the Community of Inquiry Framework to a Teacher Education
Practicum
Norman Vaughan (Mount Royal)
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29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 3.10
Room/Salle : EDC 284
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Mentorship and resilience
Visualizing teacher mentorship in British Columbia
Ching-Chiu Lin (UBC), Rita Irwin (UBC)
Choosing not to break: The daily decisions of teachers who stay
Jaime Beck (Alberta)
How infusing an Inclusion Education course in a Bachelor of Education
Program with an explicit Disability Studies in Education (DSE) and the
Social Model of Disability (SMD) Focus Impacts Pre-Service and New InService Teachers' Classroom Practices
Chris Gilham (STFX), Joanne Tompkins (STFX)
Session/Séance 3.11
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
CIESC-SCÉCI
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Educational policy, practice and research: What’s marginal; what’s
mainstream?
Who puts the Public in Public Scholarship?
Manjeet Birk (UBC)
US adult literacy education and the frayed cloak of invisibility
Ralf St Clair (Victoria)
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TIMESLOT 3 / PÉRIODE 3
11:15 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. / 11 h 15 – 12h 15
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 3.12
Room/Salle : EDC 370
LLRC-ACCLL
LLRC Multiple-paper session | Séance de plusieurs communications de
l'ACLL /Master's Award - Remise du prix à la maîtrise
Meaning-making across disparate realities: A new cognitive model for the
personality-integrating response to fairy tales
Elizabeth Bolton (OISE-UT)
Writer’s work/place: The non/fictional pedagogical possibilities of the
Canadian landscape.
Mary Land (Ottawa)
Session/Séance 3.13
SIGEMM-GISÉMM
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 172
De-Constructing Cabinets of Curiosity: Making a Case for Seventh-graders,
Historical Thinking, and Community History Museums
Cynthia Wallace-Casey (UNB)
Les défis de la mise en valeur du patrimoine archéologique sur la côte nord
péruvienne
Estelle Poirier-Vannier (Montréal)
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TIMESLOT 4 / PÉRIODE 4
12:15 – 1:15 P.M. / 12 h 15 – 13h 15
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 4.01
Room/Salle : EDT 450
Session/Séance 4.02
Room/Salle : EDC 057
CASWE-ACÉFÉ
Special Event/Événement spécial
CASWE Graduate Student Session | Séance pour l'étudiants dipômés de
l'ACÉFÉ
CERA-ACCÉ
Special Event/Événement spécial
CERA Sr/Jr Scholar Panel
View from the Top: Research Perspectives of Senior Scholars
Nancy Arthur (Calgary), Ruth Childs (Toronto), Don Klinger (Queen's), Todd
Rogers (Alberta)
Session/Séance 4.03
Room/Salle : Eckhardt
Gramatté Hall, Rozsa
Centre
CSSE-SCÉÉ
Special Event/Événement spécial
CSSE Plenary Session | Séance plénière de la SCÉÉ
This Changes Everything: Capitalism vs. the climate
(Held in conjunction with the Congress Big Thinking lecture series. All CSSE
delegates are encouraged to attend)
Naomi Klein
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TIMESLOT 5 / PÉRIODE 5
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 5.01
CAARE-ACRAÉ
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 278
Le développement professionnel et la mobilisation des compétence
Alain Martel (CSDCEO), Paul Cadieux (CSDCEO), Guillaume Racine
(CSDCEO), Jean Lamadeleine (CSDCEO)
Session/Séance 5.02
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 171
At memory's 'jagged borders': Multidirectionality and pedagogical
responsibility in classroom teachers' explorations of post-colonial
children's literature
Teresa Strong-Wilson (McGill), Amarou Yoder (McGill), Shauna Rak
(McGill)
Understanding the early years teacher's professional image through the
'subjective apparatus'
Sandra Chang-Kredl (Concordia), Gala Wilkie (Concordia)
Thoughts on Young Thinkers: Exploring Metaphor as a Mode of Picturing
Childhood Through Maurice Sendak's, Where the Wild Things Are
Lucille Angus (York)
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TIMESLOT 5 / PÉRIODE 5
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 5.03
CACS-ACÉC
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 384
Fostering citizenship through relationships: Urban high schools in a
globalized digital world
Ruth Kane (Ottawa), Linda Radford (Ottawa), Jesse Butler (Ottawa),
Catherine James (Ottawa), Nicholas Ng-A-Fook (Ottawa)
Session/Séance 5.04
Room/Salle : EDC 156
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Mental health: Implications for learning
A Common Factors Approach to Supporting University Students
Experiencing Psychological Distress
Tanya Surette (Calgary), Micheal Shier (Toronto)
The Interrelatedness of Mental Health and Reading Ability: What do we
Know?
Jenn de Lugt (Regina), Nancy Hutchinson (Queen's)
Mental Health Apps (MHA) in the context of K-12 schooling: A literature
review
Chris Gilham (STFX), Joseph (Trevor) Whyte (STFX)
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TIMESLOT 5 / PÉRIODE 5
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 5.05
Room/Salle : EDT 450
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Public Debates and the Law
Chair/Prés. : Lorna McLean (Ottawa)
Loyola High School v. Quebec: The Historical Significance of the Supreme
Court of Canada's Ruling and the Future of Religious Education in Quebec
Anthony Di Mascio (Bishop's)
Assessing the Impact on Teaching of Section 11.1 of the Alberta Human
Rights Act
Alix Esterhuizen (Calgary), Dianne Gereluk (Calgary)
Session/Séance 5.06
Room/Salle : EDC 370
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Challenges of Principals
Chair/Prés. : Donald Scott
Eroding the Educational Power of School Principals
Coral Mitchell (Brock), Rahul Kumar (Brock)
School Leaders and the Refugee Crisis: Building Local Capacity and
Intercultural Awareness for Successful Integration
Caitlin Forsey (Winnipeg), Jan Stewart (Winnipeg)
High School Principal as Point of Influence Supporting Student Success
Carol Murray (Calgary)
The Challenges of Being a Novice Principal in a Decentralized School
District in a Remote Community in Northern Canada
David Schroeder (Brandon)
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TIMESLOT 5 / PÉRIODE 5
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 5.07
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 386
Preventative Education for Aboriginal Girls Vulnerable to the Sex Trade
Dustin Louie (Calgary)
Extending self-reflexivity and engaging tacit knowledge: an investigation
into a decolonizing method for use with non-Indigenous doctoral students
Brent Debassige (Western), Kaitlyn Watson (Western)
Kina'muanej Knjanjiji'naq mut ntakotmnew tli'lnu'ltik. (In the foreign
language, 'Let us teach our children not to be ashamed of us being
Mi'kmaq')
Ashley Julian (UNB), Ida Denny (Principal Eskasoni Immersion School, and
Eskasoni First Nation community member)
Session/Séance 5.08
Room/Salle : EDC 287
CASWE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Beyond the Gender Binary
SuperBoy/Tutu Assemblages: non/fiction writing and new possibilities in
gender analysis.
Jennifer Moule (UBC)
Transphobia and cis-gender privilege: Female pre-service teachers
recognizing and challenging rigidity in schools
Jennifer Mitton Kukner (STFX), Laura-Lee Kearns (STFX), Joanne Tompkins
(STFX)
Does It Get Better? Exploring Gendered Language and Gender Identity in
Canadian Postsecondary Institutions
Amelia Thorpe (UNB)
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TIMESLOT 5 / PÉRIODE 5
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 5.09
Room/Salle : EDC 255
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Equipping teachers to meet the needs of Students with Special Needs
The Use of Computer and Assistive Technology for Students with Special
Needs Writing Math and Literacy Assessments: What Works?
Pei-Ying Lin (Saskatchewan), Yu-Cheng Lin (University of Texas- Rio Grande
Valley)
Is Full Inclusion working? The Continuum Of Educational Choice in SD73 is
an exemplary model
Nan Stevens (TRU)
Session/Séance 5.10
Room/Salle : EDC 284
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
The Good Teacher: Professionalism and New Teachers
Framework for Enhancing Teacher Candidates' Teaching Professionalism
Glenda Black (Nipissing), Kurt Clausen (Nipissing), Barbara Olmsted
(Nipissing)
The journey of transition: Teacher candidate to first year teacher
Norman Vaughan (Mount Royal), Neepin Auger (Tsu Tsina Junior High
School)
Teachers' Understandings of What it Means to be a Good Teacher: An
Interpretive Inquiry
Kimberley Grant (Calgary)
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29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 5.11
CERA-ACCÉ
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 057
Measuring What Matters- re-thinking education measurement and
accountability through local and central assessment processes
David Cameron (People for Education)
Session/Séance 5.12
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
CIESC-SCÉCI
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Critical Questions in Meeting Individual and Societal Demands for
“Quality” in Education
Can education counter violent religious extremism?
Ratna Ghosh (McGill)
The role of boundary judgements in fostering a critical global education
J. Melanie Young (SFU)
Socialization practices for immigrant and First Nations primary students :
an international comparison
Marilyn Steinbach (Sherbrooke), Mirela Moldoveanu (UQAM), Maryse
Potvin (UQAM)
Towards "Mapping" urban Canada's socioeconomic, sociolinguistic,
sociocultural, educational and geographic space: Toronto's complex
ecology of literacies
Stephen Bahry (OISE-UT)
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1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 5.13
LLRC-ACCLL
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 388
Exploring the Potential of Participatory Ethnography to Better Understand
the Language and Literacy of Linguistically Diverse Youth
Burcu Yaman Ntelioglou (Brandon)
Academic and social integration of immigrant students
Sandra Kouritzin (Manitoba)
Negotiating diversity in ESOL classrooms
Andrea Rosenfield (Concordia)
Session/Séance 5.14
SIGEMM-GISÉMM
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 172
Questioning voice in qualitative art museum educational research: Crafting
research as a Deleuzian assemblage
Marie-France Berard (UBC)
Proposition d'une modélisation de la recherche développement en vue de
réfléchir à la recherche collaborative en éducation muséale
Catherine Nadon (UQO)
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TIMESLOT 6 / PÉRIODE 6
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 6.01
ACDE-ACDÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 280
How might teacher education and K-12 Education employ Massive Open
Online Courses (MOOCs)? Lessons learned and future use
Ron MacDonald (UPEI), David Cormier (UPEI), Bonnie Stewart (UPEI)
Session/Séance 6.02
Room/Salle : EDC 278
CAARE-ACRAÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Improving Teaching Practices Through Action Research
Action Research for Ongoing Improvements in the Master of Education
Program
Michele Jacobsen (Calgary), Sarah Eaton (Calgary), Barb Brown (Calgary),
Marlon Simmons (Calgary), Mairi McDermott (Calgary)
Year Two of Going Division-Wide: Expanding Our Teacher Induction
Program beyond the Inner City
Francine Morin (Manitoba), Katherine Collis (Winnipeg School Division)
Towards a pedagogy of Intercultural understanding: Interweaving design
thinking and critical pedagogy for decolonizing the present and future
Naureen Mumtaz (Alberta)
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TIMESLOT 6 / PÉRIODE 6
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 6.03
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 171
"Fifty Shades of Grey" and Classroom Management: The Insidious Problem
of Domination
Lissa D'Amour (Calgary)
Unseen, Educational Bruisings: The Elusive Self of Literature and our
Dreaming, (Un)Educational Returns
David Lewkowich (Alberta), Jillian Pasieka (Alberta)
Making the Passionate Mind: Curricular Responses to Mental Health Crisis
Angela Robinson
Session/Séance 6.04
Room/Salle : EDC 156
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Issues in post-secondary education
A Cross-Case Analysis of Regulatory Processes in a Positive and Negative
Group Climate
Aishah Bakhtiar (Victoria), Elizabeth Webster (Victoria), Allyson Hadwin
(Victoria)
The contributions of deixis to the co-construction of discourse in a
graduate research seminar
David Lemay (McGill), Mark Aulls (McGill), Riona Morgan (McGill)
La formation à distance : un travail de coopération ou d'opposition?
Nicole Racette (Téluq), Bruno Poelhuber (Montréal), Marie-Pierre
Bourdages-Sylvain (Téluq)
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TIMESLOT 6 / PÉRIODE 6
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29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 6.05
Room/Salle : EDT 450
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Professional Contexts: Fear and Suffering
Chair/Prés. : Cynthia Wallace-Casey (UNB)
Fear itself is nothing to fear: An examination into processes of
achievement
Gerald Walton (Lakehead)
Stories of the Whole New Assistant Professor, 2014-15: Broken Lives,
Open Possibilities
Jonathan Anuik (Alberta), Olivier Michaud (UQAR)
Bearing the Weight of Being: An Alchemical Hermeneutic Exploration of
Suffering
alexandra fidyk (Alberta)
Session/Séance 6.06
Room/Salle : EDC 370
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Diversity
Chair/Prés. : Coral Mitchell
Interactive Effects of Race and School Leadership on Mathematics
Achievement
Jhonel Morvan (Brock)
"You Live What you Learn": Identity and Practice among Visible Minority
School Administrators
Shailoo Bedi (Victoria)
Framing Gender Equity in Canadian Education: A Feminist Content Analysis
of Ministry of Education Annual Reports from 1975-2012
Heather Syme Anderson (Manitoba)
An Analysis of School Leadership and the Saskatoon Newcomer
Phenomenon through Wilber's Integral Model
Janet Okoko (Saskatchewan)
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TIMESLOT 6 / PÉRIODE 6
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 6.07
CASEA-ACÉAS
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 384
Mobilizing Knowledge in Ontario Education: Four Organizational
Perspectives
Sofya Malik (Ontario Ministry of Education), Michael Johnny (York),
Michael Salvatori (Ontario College of Teachers), Robert Brown (Toronto
District School Board), David Cameron (People for Education), Ruth Childs
(OISE-UT)
Session/Séance 6.08
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 386
Following the Song of q'aad 'aaw (the Dogfish Mother): Explorations of the
Role of Identity and Narratives in the Lives of Adolescents
Sara Davidson (UBC)
Reconfiguring the future through Biskaabiiyang: non-Indigenous
elementary students take up reconciliation in the Canadian settler state
Daniela Bascunan (OISE-UT)
Exploring intergenerational trauma as a factor in Aboriginal postsecondary students' progress.
Rainey Gaywish (Algoma/Manitoba), Elaine Mordoch (Manitoba)
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TIMESLOT 6 / PÉRIODE 6
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 6.09
Room/Salle : EDT 202
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
CASWE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Early Childhood and Elementary School
"Girls and Boys", Same or Different: Understanding How Hegemonic
Masculinity Influences Early Childhood Educators' Pedagogy
Xinyan Fan (Victoria)
"I don't like it when boys touch me": Sexual harassment and discomfort in
elementary school
Jamilee Baroud (Ottawa)
Equality Discourses and Unequal Particiaption During Play: Gender Issues
in the Preschool Classroom
Jessica Prioletta (OISE-UT)
Session/Séance 6.10
Room/Salle : EDC 287
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Aboriginal courses in teacher education
Inspiring "Difficult Learning" in Pre-Service Teacher Education
Aubrey Hanson (Calgary), Yvonne Poitras Pratt (Calgary), Lyn Daniels
(Burnaby School District), Gabrielle Lindstrom (Calgary), Victoria Bouvier
(Calgary)
Using Collaborative Inquiry to Explore Teacher Educator Practice in
Required Indigenous Education Coursework
Jan Hare (UBC), Anita Parhar (UBC), Amber Shilling (UBC)
Aboriginal Perspectives and Issues in Teacher Education
Matthew Etherington (TWU)
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TIMESLOT 6 / PÉRIODE 6
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29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 6.11
Room/Salle : EDC 284
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Mental health awareness
The intersection of Canadian school-based mental health policies with
student and teacher wellness initiatives
Mary Ott (Western), Katherine Hibbert (Western), Susan Rodger (Western
University), Alan Leschied (Western)
TeachMentalHealth: Developing Mental Health Literacy in Teacher
Education
Wendy Carr (UBC), Stanley Kutcher (Dalhousie), Yifeng Wei (Dalhousie),
Susan Rodger (Western), Chris Gilham (STFX), Melanie-Anne Atkins
(Western), Vanessa Bruce (Dalhousie)
Mapping educator identity through the paradigm of disability: A self-study
of teacher education practice surrounding the experience of mental illness
Susan Docherty-Skippen (Brock)
Session/Séance 6.12
Room/Salle : EDC 255
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Literacy collaborations in teacher education
Teacher Candidates as Read-Aloud Tutors: Trajectories of Growth Through
a Field Experience Placement
Scott Hughes (Mount Royal), Jodi Nickel (Mount Royal), Noura Ismail
(Mount Royal)
Literacies in Action: in situ Teacher Education
Leyton Schnellert (UBC-Okanagan), Donna Kozak (UBC-Okanagan/Central
Okanagan School District)
An Investigation of Multiliteracies Pedagogies in Language Teacher
Education: A Mixed Methods Study
Adrienne Vanthuyne (Western)
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TIMESLOT 6 / PÉRIODE 6
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 6.13
CCGSE-CCÉÉCSÉ
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 260
What tenure-track implies about graduate studies
Timothy Sibbald (Nipissing), Victoria Handford (TRU), Greg Rickwood
(Nipissing), Lloyd Kornelsen (Winnipeg), Gabrielle Young (Memorial), Manu
Sharma (Windsor), Frank Deer (Manitoba), Peter Milley (Ottawa)
Session/Séance 6.14
CCGSE-CCÉÉCSÉ
Workshop/Atelier
Room/Salle : EDC 152
Insights into academia from multiple Canadian perspectives
Lisa Starr (McGill), Theodore Christou (Queen's), Frank Deer (Manitoba),
Christopher DeLuca (Queen's), Jackie Kirk (Brandon), Nicholas Ng-A-Fook
(Ottawa)
Session/Séance 6.15
CERA-ACCÉ
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 057
Situational Analysis: Challenges and Benefits in using recent method
Tom Strong (Calgary)
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TIMESLOT 6 / PÉRIODE 6
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 6.16
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
CIESC-SCÉCI
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Revisiting Multiculturalism and Multicultural Education in Canada:
Theories, Policies and Debates Part 1
Multiculturalism and Ethnic Pluralism in Sociology: An Analysis of the
Fragmentation Position Discourse
Lloyd Wong (Calgary)
Multiculturalism, Ethnicity and Minority Rights: The Complexity and
Paradox of Ethnic Organizations in Canada
Shibao Guo (Calgary)
“And He Was Dancing Like No Tomorrow”: Police and Youth 'Getting To
Know' Each Other
Carl James (York), Selom Chapman (York)
Session/Séance 6.17
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LLRC-ACCLL
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 388
Exploring the postcolonial: Social justice in the aftermath of colonialism
Geraldine Balzer (Saskatchewan), Luke Heidebrecht (Saskatchewan)
Towards a Practice of Social Justice: Exploring Residential Schooling and
Contemporary FNMI Perspectives through Postcolonial Children's
Literature
Lynne Wiltse (Alberta), Jinny Menon (Alberta)
Low-SES ELLs' New Literacies Outside School: Attitudes, Access, and
Agency
Guofang Li (UBC)
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TIMESLOT 6 / PÉRIODE 6
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 6.18
SIGEMM-GISÉMM
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 172
Bénéfices de l'accueil au musée des non-publics : inclusion sociale,
éducation et aspect tridimensionnel des bénéfices tant pour ces publics
visés que pour le musée et les autres publics.
Lisa Trichet (UQAM)
Encountering Culturally Responsive Museum Education if Malawi, Africa
Kimberly Baker (UBC)
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TIMESLOT 7 / PÉRIODE 7
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 7.01
ACDE-ACDÉ
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 280
Mental health literacy in undergradate and graduate teacher education
Blye Frank (UBC), Stan Kutcher (Dalhousie), Shelley Hymel (UBC), Susan
Rodger (Western), Chris Gilham (STFX), Wendy Carr (UBC)
Session/Séance 7.02
Room/Salle : EDC 278
CAARE-ACRAÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Action research and wellness
Collaborating to develop a school-wide wellness initiative to improve
student health and well-being
Erin Cullingworth (Vancouver School Board), Sheila Marshall (UBC), Marion
Doull (UBC), Claire Pitcher (UBC), Derek Roelofsen (UBC)
Understanding patient engagement and educating interprofessional
teams: First Action Research Cycle
Kelly Kilgour (Ottawa)
The Power of Music: An exploration into the use of background music in
the religious education classroom to enhance classroom environment
Karina Hussein (University of London)
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TIMESLOT 7 / PÉRIODE 7
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 7.03
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 171
Shifting School Culture Through Environmental Sustainability:An
Ethnographic Study
Stephanie Bartlett (Calgary)
Science education research in Canada: Questions arising from the
consideration of physical maps
Dawn Wiseman (Alberta/McGill), Jerine Pegg (Alberta), Carol Brown ()
Decolonizing scientific literacy: Pedagogically enacting agential literacy and
ecologies of relationships through relationally storying nature
Marc Higgins (UBC)
An ecological argument on the urgency and necessity of using evolutionary
perspectives in education
Ugur Parlar (Calgary)
Session/Séance 7.04
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 384
The Politics of Evil in Social Studies Education
Cathryn van Kessel (Alberta)
The power of plots and characters: Violence and non-violence in narrative
origins
Amarou Yoder (McGill)
ISIS and the Pedagogy of Pleasurable Death
Wisam Abdul Jabbar (Alberta)
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TIMESLOT 7 / PÉRIODE 7
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 7.05
Room/Salle : EDT 450
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Teacher Education and Workplace Learning
Chair/Prés. : John Allison (Nipissing)
Codes of professional ethics: How good a guide for preservice teaching
curriculum?
Bruce Maxwell (UQTR), Marina Schwimmer (McGill)
How educators learn in peer groups: Bootstrapping understanding about a
developmental construct
Sam Gardner (York)
Where Do We Find Foundations of Education in Ontario Faculties of
Education?
Shirley Van Nuland
Session/Séance 7.06
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 386
Examining the Integration of Aboriginal Cultural Content in the Elementary
School Curriculum in a First Nation in Mid-Northern Ontario
Melanie Manitowabi ()
Un-Silencing Aboriginal Students' Voices: A Critical Reflection
Lorenzo Cherubini (Brock)
Institutionalizing Reconciliation; Systemic Truth Mobilization & Indigenous
Knowledge Transfer
Rebecca Sockbeson (Alberta), Sarah Cortez (Alberta), Norma Dunning
(Alberta), Rochelle Starr (Alberta)
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TIMESLOT 7 / PÉRIODE 7
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29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 7.07
Room/Salle : EDC 284
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Mentorship
"A space of appearance:"Beginning teachers and the potentiality of
mentorship as an act of professional freedom
Anne Hales (UBC)
Exploring Supports for Teachers in their Role as Associate Teachers
Glenda Black (Nipissing), Barbara Olmsted (Nipissing), Carla Webster
(Nipissing), Sandra Minor (Nipissing)
The Role of Prior Experiences in Shaping Preservice Teachers' Ways of
Handling Social/Relational Bullying
Gordon Djong (OISE-UT)
Session/Séance 7.08
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
CIESC-SCÉCI
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Revisiting Multiculturalism and Multicultural Education in Canada:
Theories, Policies and Debates Part 2
Disc./Comm.: Handel Wright (UBC)
Critical and Emerging Discourses in Multicultural Education Literature: An
(Updated) Review
Anna Kirova (Alberta)
Multiculturalism and minority religions in public schools: Perspectives of
immigrant parents
Yan Guo (Calgary)
Further Unpacking Multiculturalism in the Classroom: Continuing to
Explore the Politics of Difference Through Current Events
Ratna Ghosh (McGill)
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TIMESLOT 7 / PÉRIODE 7
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 7.09
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Session/Séance 7.10
CSSE-SCÉÉ
Social Event/Événement social
CSSE President's and Deans Reception | Réception du président de la
SCÉÉ et les doyens (starts at 6pm/ commence à 18h)
LLRC-ACCLL
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 173
Consolidation of learning: Pre-service content area teachers talking
literacy
Jennifer Mitton Kukner (STFX), Anne Murray Orr (STFX)
What does it mean to be literate in Ontario? A principal's reflections on
large scale testing, "best practice", and minoritized students
Wendy Crocker (Western)
Learning about Visual Literacy through Journaling: Undergraduate
Teaching Perspectives
Terry Loerts (Redeemer University College), Christina Belcher (Redeemer
University College)
Session/Séance 7.11
SIGEMM-GISÉMM
Room/Salle : EDC 172
SIGEMM AGM | AGA de GISÉMM
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29 May / Le 29 mai 2016
Session/Séance 7.12
Room/Salle : EDC 255
SSTEP-GAMFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Practicum and Inquiry
Teacher Candidates' Learning through Place: An Integrated Teacher
Education Model
Kevin O'Connor (Mount Royal), Gladys Sterenberg (Mount Royal), David
Dillon (McGill)
Critical Friendship, Mindfulness and Professional Development
(Bilingual/Bilingue)
Karen Ragoonaden (UBC Okanagan), Amber Strong Makaiau (University of
Hawaii), Jessica Ching-Sze Wang (National Chiayi University, Taiwan), Lu
Leng (Guangzhou University, China), Heather Dewoody (University of
Hawaii)
SSTEP AGM | AGA de GAMFE (Practicum and Inquiry)
Session/Séance 7.13
Room/Salle : EDC 287
TATE-TFEE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Tablets: Toys or Tools?
Toys or Tools? Using Tablet Applications for Open-Ended Literacy Learning
Monica McGlynn-Stewart (George Brown), Tiffany MacKay (Peel District
School Board), Nicola Maguire (School of Early Childhood Education
George Brown College), Brooke Gouweleeuw (School of Early Childhood
Education George Brown College)
Instructional use of I-Pads by university instructors in a pre-service teacher
education program
Gerald Galway (Memorial), Beth Maddigan (Memorial), Mary Stordy
(Memorial)
Developing Analog Clock Mastery by Integrating Lessons and Apps
Tim Pelton (Victoria), Leslee Francis-Pelton (Victoria), Todd Milford
(Victoria)
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TIMESLOT 8 / PÉRIODE 8
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 8.01
ARTS-SCEA
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 057
A Collaborative Arts-integrated Investigation Into Pre-service Teacher
Identity Development (Bilingual/Bilingue)
R. Varainja Stock (Lakehead), Pauline Sameshima (Lakehead), Dayna
Slingerland (Lakehead), Boyd White (McGill), Amelie Lemieux (McGill),
Anita Sinner (Concordia), Cindy Walker (Concordia), Seonjeong Yi
(Concordia), Rania Esmat (Concordia), Jennifer Wicks (Concordia)
Session/Séance 8.02
CACS-ACÉC
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 171
Radical Youth Pedagogy: flipping the culture of the classroom
Nichole Grant (Ottawa), Kelsey Catherine Schmitz (), Jim Hoeppner, Monica
Paul, Pamela Rogers (Ottawa), Rachel Rhoades (Toronto), Dirk Rodricks
(Toronto), Anastasia Kulpa (Alberta)
Session/Séance 8.03
CACS-ACÉC
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 172
Designification of Learning
Paula MacDowell (UBC), Stephen Petrina (UBC), Kesiena Chris-Iwuru (UBC),
Yu-Ling Lee (UBC), Lesley Liu (UBC), Stella Namae (UBC), Rachel Ralph
(UBC), Yifei Wang (UBC)
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TIMESLOT 8 / PÉRIODE 8
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30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 8.04
Room/Salle : EDC 156
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Using universal design to support inclusion
Inclusion in High School: Breaking Barriers with Universal Design For
Learning (UDL)
Jennifer Katz (Manitoba), Laura Sokal (Winnipeg)
Using Assistive Technology within the Framework of Universal Design for
Learning in Inclusive Elementary Schools
Gabrielle Young (Memorial), Christine Careen (Memorial)
Session/Séance 8.05
Room/Salle : EDC 152
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Supporting student writing at the secondary level
Use and Transformation of Source Content when Writing from Online
Sources of Information
Lori Kirkpatrick (Brock)
Narrative Writing of Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder
Heather Brown (Alberta)
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TIMESLOT 8 / PÉRIODE 8
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30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 8.06
Room/Salle : EDT 450
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Philosophy, History, and the Environment
Chair/Prés. : Helen Raptis (Victoria)
"As Between Two Curtains That Move Slightly in the Breeze": The
Transitional Object as Paradoxical Text
Noel Glover (York)
Indian Residential Schools as Mandated Curriculum: (But) Why Study the
Traumatic Past?
Brenda Davis (UBC)
Environmental end game: ontos.
Christopher Beemanc (Brandon), Sean Blenkinsop (Center for Dialogue)
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
Session/Séance 8.07
Room/Salle : EDC 370
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Topics in Ed. Admin. I
Chair/Prés. : Carmen Mombourquette
Educational Change " and Zombies: Reflections on the Use of the Zombie
Apocalypse in Educational Administration
David Burgess (Saskatchewan), Paul Newton (Saskatchewan)
Overcoming the Obstacles: A Case Study of a 1:1 Computing Initiative in a
Rural High School
Michael Nantais (Brandon), Jacqueline Kirk (Brandon)
Narratives of Educational Technological Champions
Doron Yosef-Hassidim (OISE-UT), Ori Eyal (The Hebrew University of
Jerusalem)
The Juridical Construction of Discipline in Schools: Risk management in
Ontario schools policies.
Theresa Shanahan (York)
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30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 8.08
Room/Salle : EDC 284
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Mentorship, Coaching and PLCs
Chair/Prés. : Corinne E. Barret DeWiele
Linking multiple legal documents: a way to create a support for an
effective pedagogical supervision
Alain Huot (UQTR)
Pedagogical leadership influences school systems: Lessons from complex
systems thinking
Gabriela Alonso-Yanez (Calgary), Sharon Friesen (Calgary), Barb Brown
(Calgary), Armando Preciado-Babb (Calgary), Jim Brandon (Calgary),
Candace Saar (Galileo Educational Network)
Improving the pedagogical leadership of school principals: A researchaction training initiative (Bilingual/Bilingue)
Yamina Bouchamma (Laval), Daniel April (Laval), Marc Giguère (Laval),
Marc Basque (Moncton)
Coaching and mentoring communities of practice: Unpacking the
terminology in a Canadian context
Trista Hollweck (Ottawa)
Session/Séance 8.09
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 386
This is not a field trip: Learning from the Land in the school yard and the
playground.
Jennifer Davis (UCN), Kate Cook , Malathi Rajendran , Laureen Monias ,
Frances Bradburn, Shawna Huber
Reviving the human in mathematics through Indigenous ways of knowing
Kori Czuy (Calgary)
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Room/Salle : EDC 280
Session/Séance 8.11
Room/Salle : EDC 260
CASWE-ACÉFÉ
Social Event/Événement social
CASWE Retrospective Update Meeting: All Welcome
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Studying Rural Teachers
The first three years: A case study of an early career teacher in Northern
Canada
Anne Murray-Orr (STFX), Jennifer Mitton-Kukner (STFX)
Beginning Teachers in Rural Schools: Mentorship as Ameliorator of
Isolation and Provider of Support
Lynn Lemisko (Saskatchewan), Laurie-ann Hellsten (Saskatchewan), Carol
Demchuk-Kosolofski (Prairie Spirit School Division)
Rural Schools and Teachers: Why Are We Invisible?
Dennis Mulcahy (Memorial)
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Session/Séance 8.12
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Student Engagement and E-portfolios
Room/Salle : EDC 287
What is an ePortfolio? Insights from literature, emerging practices and revisioning evaluation in teacher education
Tim Hopper (Victoria), Kathy Sanford (Victoria), Hong Fu (Victoria), David
Monk (Victoria)
It Takes a Village to Prepare a Teacher Candidate: B.Ed. Program
Engagement Study
David Cloutier (Mount Royal), Norm Vaughan (Mount Royal)
Video Diaries of the (Un)Made
Diana Petrarca (UOIT), Sabrina Bedjera (Waterloo), Laura Morrison (UOIT)
Session/Séance 8.13
Room/Salle : EDC 255
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Online learning
From a Distance: Investigating the Impact of Social Presence and
Interaction on Student Engagement in Online Courses
Caroline Riches (McGill), Lauren Godfrey-Smith (McGill)
Fostering Dialogue and Collaboration in Online Synchronous Graduate
Courses
Cathryn Smith (Brandon)
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Room/Salle : EDC 270
CERN-RRÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Citizenship and Ethics/Morality/Spirituality
Are religious literacy programs a means for building healthy relationships?
Wing Yu Alice Chan (McGill)
The role of a moral conscience in developing citizenship in former
totalitarian regimes “the case of Ukraine”
Olenka Bilash (Alberta)
A Miniature League of Nations: Music as Cultural Difference in the Making
of Citizens in Toronto's Settlement Houses, 1920-1939
Deanna Yerichuk (Toronto)
Session/Séance 8.15
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
CIESC-SCÉCI
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
“Travelling” International Standards in Education: Universalizing quality,
or postcolonial survivals?
International Development Education in the Context of Development
Displacement Processes
Munyaradzi Hwami (Alberta)
Childhood, Globalization and the Right to Universal Primary Education in
India
Umesh Sharma (Toronto)
Leadership standards and transnational policy discourses: A policy transfer
analysis
Augusto Riveros (Western), Wei Wei (Western)
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CIESC-SCÉCI
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 388
Disc./Comm.: Rae Ann Van Beers (Calgary)
What does it mean to be a citizen? Youth perspectives on citizenship
Rae Ann Van Beers (Calgary), Stefan Rasporich (Calgary Arts Academy),
Van Beers Josh (Calgary Arts Academy)
Session/Séance 8.17
Room/Salle : EDT 202
CJE-RTÉ
Meeting/Réunion
CJE Editorial Advisory Board Meeting | Réunion du comité consultatif de
la RCÉ
Chair/Prés. : Chris DeLuca (Queens), Theodore Christou (Queens)
Advisory Board members are cordially invited to attend this breakfast
meeting. Meet our new editors, Dr. Chris DeLuca and Dr. Theodore
Christou.
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LLRC-ACCLL
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 173
Narrative versus Expository texts for the early grades: A case of nine
foundation phase classes in Limpopo province of South Africa
Nkhensani Maluleke (University of Zululand, South Africa)
Enhancing English learning in an increasingly multilingual classroom
Vickie Wai Kei Li (The Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
A Multimodal Approach to Understanding Conceptions of HIV&AIDS in
Rural Uganda in Relation to Gender
Maureen Kendrick (UBC), Ava Becker-Zayas (UBC)
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Session/Séance 8.19
Room/Salle : EDC 276
PHETE-GFEÉPS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Programs, assessments and reviews: Supporting student health and
wellness
The Canadian Assessment of Physical Literacy (CAPL): Importance and
Implications for Physical and Health Educators
Nathan Hall (Winnipeg), Dwayne Sheehan (Mount Royal), Melanie Gregg
(Winnipeg)
Response to Wearing a Fitbits: Influence of Physical Activity on Student
Wellbeing and Achievement
Catherine Whalen (UNBC)
Healthy Active Living in Labrador: Supporting Wellness for Children and
Youth
Michelle Kilborn (Memorial), Erin Cameron (Memorial), Erin McGowan
(Memorial), Gabrielle Young (Memorial), Megan Cummings (Memorial)
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Session/Séance 8.20
RÉÉFMM
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 272
L’apprentissage des stratégies de mise en texte et de révision chez les
élèves francophones en milieu minoritaire : étude de cas contrastée
Martine Cavanagh (Alberta), Sylvie Blain (Moncton)
Une exploration des savoirs liés au sujet phrastique chez des élèves de
sixième année scolarisés dans le sud-ouest de l'Ontario
Joël Thibeault (Ottawa), Louise Larouche (Ottawa)
Quelles caractéristiques du rapport à l'écrit d'étudiants francophones
bilingues peuvent être favorables ou défavorables à leurs compétences
rédactionnelles?
Brigitte Murray (Ottawa), Marie-Josée Vignola (Ottawa)
Rethinking Curriculum and Instruction of French as a Second Language in
BC
Valia Spiliotopoulos (SFU), Cécile Sabatier (SFU)
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30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
CCGSE-CCÉÉCSÉ
Roundtables /Tables rondes
Session/Séance 9.01
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Disc./Comm.: Nathalie Pender (Memorial)
Disc./Comm.: Caroline Locher-Lo (UBC)
1A :: Language is not merely words: political implications of language as a
social practice, a strategic mechanism, and invisible weapon
Caroline Locher-Lo (UBC)
1B :: Exploring the Role of Practicum on Pre-Service Secondary School
Teachers' Knowledge and Beliefs about Content Area Literacy
Britney Lester (Queen's)
1C :: Testing undergraduate students' understanding of concepts of
evidence using Adapted Primary Literature
Elizabeth Vergis (Alberta)
Disc./Comm.: Lynn Thomas (Sherbrooke)
Disc./Comm.: Kyle Robinson (Queen's)
2A :: Professional learning and adult learning theory: A connection
Jennifer Kelly (UBC - Okanagan)
2B :: Reflection on Online Professional Learning Community for
Mathematics Teachers: Complexity Inquiry
Xiong Wang (Alberta)
2C :: Teacher Motivation and Professional Development
Mahdi Albishi (UPEI)
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Roundtables /Tables rondes
Session/Séance 9.01
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Disc./Comm.: Chris L. Yuen (SUNY Buffalo)
Disc./Comm.: Tasha Ausman (Ottawa)
3A :: Through the lenses of culture and context: How rural parents with
low formal education engage their children in mathematics learning
Kwesi Yaro (UBC)
3B :: The Value of Pedagogical Content Knowledge in the Mathematics
Classroom
Meghan Dale (Queen's)
3C :: Playful Mathematical Inquiry in a Primary Classroom
Janice Novakowski (UBC)
Disc./Comm.: Tim Sibbald (Nipissing)
Disc./Comm.: Yan Gao (Victoria)
4A :: Mathematical Modeling Tasks at the Secondary Level and Students’
Mathematical Proficiency
Priscila Correa (Alberta)
4B :: Exploring the Impact of Changes in Ontario's Senior Mathematics
Curriculum on Student Success in STEM Programs
Gurpreet Sahmbi (OISE-UT)
4C :: Implications of Organizational Methods in Problem Solving
Vanessa Radzimski (UBC)
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Session/Séance 9.01
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Disc./Comm.: Barbara Mulcahy (Memorial)
Disc./Comm.: Ugur Marcus Parlar (Calgary)
5A :: Learning Experience of International Students in Tourism and
Hospitality Program: An Internationalization Pathway
Yuanyuan Zhang (UPEI)
5B :: Learning Experience of International Students in the Master of
Education Program at University of Windsor
Tian Liu (Windsor), George Zhou (Windsor), Glenn Rideout (Windsor)
Session/Séance 9.01
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
5C :: Crossing Boundaries: Fostering Community-Engagement in
Multiethnic Schools
Sonia Aujla-Bhullar (Calgary)
Disc./Comm.: Jennifer Moule (UBC)
6A :: Graduate Activities that Facilitate Research Use and Knowledge
Mobilization
Camille Rutherford (Brock), Jason Ribeiro (Calgary), Rochelle Tkach (Brock),
Laura Gleeson (Brock)
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30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
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Roundtables /Tables rondes
Session/Séance 9.01
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Disc./Comm.: Stephanie Tuters (OISE-UT)
Disc./Comm.: Berhanu Demeke (Alberta)
7A :: The critical pedagogy of student activism: analyzing the current
transnational student movement around Economics education
Michelle Gautreaux (UBC), Sandra Delgado (UBC)
7B :: Place-based Education: A Critical Literature Review
Geoff Webber (Saskatchewan)
7C :: Braiding Decolonization and Reinhabitation in Place-Based Education:
A Discussion on Critical Pedagogy of Place and the Discourse of
Decolonization
Jade Ho (SFU)
Disc./Comm.: Terry Soleas (Queen's)
Disc./Comm.: Aloysius Anyichie (UBC)
8A :: Exploring the Connection between Shared Mental Models and
Socially Shared Regulation During Collaborative Learning
Rebecca Edwards (Victoria)
8B :: Cognitive Diagnosticity of IRT-Constructed Assessments: An Empirical
Investigation
Junli Wei (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
8C :: Relationships among Students' Perceptions of Teacher Feedback,
Self-regulation, and Academic Achievement in the Chinese Tertiary EFL
Context
Yongfei Wu (Queen's)
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9:45 – 11:00 A.M. / 9 h 45 – 11h 00
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
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Roundtables /Tables rondes
Session/Séance 9.01
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Disc./Comm.: Moon Jeong (Alberta)
Disc./Comm.: Keith Power (Memorial)
9A :: Factors Critical to Sustainability of School Improvement Efforts: A
Case Study of Two Bangladeshi Secondary Public Schools
MD. M. Islam Konok (Waweyekisk Educational Centre)
9B :: Parent Involvement Amongst African and Caribbean Born Immigrants
in Saskatoon
Alleson Mason (Saskatchewan)
9C :: Treaty Canadians: Educational significances of Treaty understandings
for Alberta educators
Sara Solvey (Alberta)
Disc./Comm.: Valerie Campbell (UPEI)
10A :: Intersecting Experiences in Education
Yusra Khogali (OISE-UT), Josue Tario (OISE- UT), Sharmin dadani (OISE- UT),
Matthew Morris (OISE- UT)
Disc./Comm.: Kurt Clausen (Nipissing)
Disc./Comm.: Janelle Brady (OISE-UT)
11A :: "Okay, women existed, but they were useless": The growth of
sexism in Spanish history textbooks
Maria Espinet Alegre (UBC)
11B :: Negotiating the Truths Between Us: A Duoethnographic Reading of
the Truth and Reconciliation Commission's Calls to Action
Jennifer MacDonald (Calgary), Jennifer Markides (Calgary)
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30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
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Roundtables /Tables rondes
Session/Séance 9.01
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Disc./Comm.: Kelly O'Neill (Athabasca)
Disc./Comm.: Kyle Stooshnov (UBC)
12A :: Group Approaches to Problem-Based Learning Online Discussions of
Undergraduate Science Learners Using the Community of Inquiry Model.
Michael-Anne Noble (Victoria)
12B :: Learning for All: The School Makerspace as Learning Lab
Sandra Becker (Calgary)
13C :: Facilitating action research in the context of classroom technology
integration: Reflections of a university researcher-participant
Katelyn Scott (Brock)
Disc./Comm.: Heather Birch (OISE-UT)
Disc./Comm.: Xinyan Fan (Victoria)
13A :: Science Education in the Early Years
Poh Tan (SFU)
13B :: Opportunities for Character Development in Multicultural
Classrooms
Laxmi Pathak (Lakehead)
13C :: Mental Health at School: Elementary Classroom Perspectives on
Mental Wellness vs. Illness
Adam Davies (OISE-UT), Molly Goodis (OISE- UT), Megan Henning (Brock
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30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
CCGSE-CCÉÉCSÉ
Roundtables /Tables rondes
Session/Séance 9.01
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Disc./Comm.: Ashwani Kumar (MSVU)
Disc./Comm.: Dulani Suraweera (OISE-UT)
14A :: Employee Coaching:Maximizing the Learning Potential Within the
Workplace
Vicki Woodside-Duggins (Queen's/Canadian Armed Forces)
14B :: Authentic Leadership: Emphasizing the Self
Venise Bryan (Calgary), Salvatore "Sal" Mendaglio (Calgary)
14C :: An Administrator's Philosophy: How it Impacts Inclusion in Schools
in Newfoundland and Labrador
Lisa Weber (Memorial)
Disc./Comm.: Lisa Mitchell (SFU)
Disc./Comm.: Robert Durocher (OISE-UT)
15A :: Beyond Burnout: Educators' workplace experiences of mental
health and addictions issues, and stigma in the workplace
Jenny Kassen (Western)
15B :: Problem-Solving Beliefs and Pre-Service Teachers' Practice in STEMBased Contexts
Stephen MacGregor (Queen's)
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30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
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Roundtables /Tables rondes
Session/Séance 9.01
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Disc./Comm.: Scott Hughes (Mount Royal)
Disc./Comm.: Martha Moon (Lakehead)
16A :: A Mindful Community: A Teacher Inquiry
Kelly Hanson (UBC - Okanagan)
16B :: Teachers and ADHD: A look at teachers' perceptions, stigmas and
labels
Lauren Brick (Queen's)
16C :: Metaphors of Creativity: Striving for a Compound Lens to Recognize
Creativity in Classroom Settings (Bilingual/Bilingue)
Ayman Aljarrah (Calgary)
Disc./Comm.: Todd Rogers (Alberta)
Disc./Comm.: Jessica Chan (Queen's)
17A :: Examining How Subthreshold Anxiety Affects Self-Regulated
Learning in Adolescents
Sarah Davis (Victoria)
17B :: Speech Recognition as Literacy: Multimodal Multiliteracies toward
Meaning Making
Kevin Wilcox (Nipissing)
17C :: Exploring the Relationship Between Metacognition and Formative
Assessment
Heather Braund (Queen's)
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30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
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Roundtables /Tables rondes
Disc./Comm.: Susan Crichton (UBC)
Disc./Comm.: Kate Dubensky (Victoria)
Session/Séance 9.01
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
18A :: Exploring How Learners Choose and Assign Roles in Collaborative
Learning
Shayla Starcheski (Victoria)
18B :: Digitally Divergent: Online identity construction and cyberbullying
Lesley Liu (UBC), Kesiena Chris-Iwuru (UBC)
Disc./Comm.: Christine Cho (Nipissing)
Disc./Comm.: Michael Fairbrother (Ottawa)
19A :: Communal Art Creation for At-risk Youth
Kimberly Eyers (Queen's)
19B :: Complexity theory guiding educational research methodology
Michael Fairbrother (Ottawa)
20A :: Holistic Education: The Legacy, The Lack, The Lived
Mandy Krahn (Alberta)
20B :: Teachers as Embodied Curriculum Texts: Lessons from International
Teaching
Marcea Ingersoll (STU)
20C :: Designing an interview protocol focusing on teachers' experiences
with using Semiotic theory in the elementary classroom: An instrumental
case study
Emma Cooper (Western)
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Session/Séance 9.01
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
21A :: An Artistic Perspective on Nanotechnology
Patti Pente (Alberta)
21B :: Round Pegs in a Square Hole: Radical Hermeneutics and Possibilities
for Disrupting Normalization in School Curricula
Jill Kovacs (Queen's)
21C :: Educators' preparedness for implementing the Foundations for
Learning Campaign in South Africa
Samantha Govender (University of Zululand, South Africa)
22A :: Student Expressions of Disengagement
Teresa Fowler (Calgary)
22B :: Telling Food Stories: Engaged Environmental Education
Erin Sperling (OISE-UT)
23A :: Separate but not alone:Perceptions of mainsteam high school
painted by eight urban Aboriginal youth
Amber White (Western)
23B :: Learning to Speak Outside the Box: School Administrators,
Multilingualism, and International Languages Classrooms
Alexandra Granger (Ottawa)
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Session/Séance 9.01
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
24A :: "There's [no] place for us": Whiteness and "safe space" in schools
Sam Stiegler (UBC)
24B :: A Case Study on Academic Writing Development of Chinese
Students at a Canadian University
Chunyan Peng (UPEI)
24C :: Designing Mathematical Stories to Encourage Mathematisation
Lixin Luo (Alberta)
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Session/Séance 9.02
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Identity and belonging: Accounts of transition between school contexts as
experienced by mothers of Colombian origin
Phillipa Myers (Western), Augusto Riveros (Western)
Career Mobility and Identity Construction --An Exploratory Study of the
Employment Experience of International Master of Education Graduates in
Ontario
saimou zhang (UBC)
Neoliberal Globalization: the Transnational Policy Discourses in Leadership
Standards
Wei Wei (Western), Augusto Riveros (Western)
Chinese Immigrants Parents and Children's Perspectives and Behaviors in
Extra-Curriculum Musical Learning
Sherry Zhang (Windsor), george zhou (Windsor)
Culturally Inclusive Strategies for Diverse Classrooms
Munjeera Jefford (Brock)
Nigeria's implementation of the United Nations' Millennium Development
Goal (MDG) on universal primary education: constraints vs facilitators
Rachael Edino (Calgary)
Co-creating hybrid discursive spaces that integrate teacher & family funds
of knowledge
Donna Kozak (UBC - Okanagan)
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Posters /Affiches
Session/Séance 9.02
Return to High School: A Real Life Journey
Shelley Kokorudz (Brandon)
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Left vs. right: an interpretive study of teacher ideological orientation and
pedagogy in the global History 12 classroom
Gregory Hadley (STFX), David Young (STFX)
I SEE what you're saying: Visualization and the growth of mathematical
understanding
Jennifer Plosz (Calgary)
The Impact of Cognitive Load on Classroom Assessment
Andrew Coombs (Queen's)
Physics Education: Understanding the Barriers for Young Women in
Ontario
Lindsay Mainhood (Queen's)
Exploring the Influence of Canadian Teachers' Theory of Mind Ability on
Their Bullying Beliefs
Heather Woods (Ottawa), Sandra Bosacki (Brock)
Aboriginal Education for Preservice Teachers: Examining Preconceptions
and Attitudes
Katrina Brown (Queen's)
Does the Aesthetic Design of Digital Games foster Critical Thinking in
Learners?
Diali Gupta (Calgary), Beaumie Kim (Calgary)
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Session/Séance 9.02
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Teaching Children about Complex Systems Using Digital Games
Reyhaneh Bastani (Calgary), Diali Gupta (Calgary), Beaumie Kim (Calgary)
The Connections Between IQ testing and Current Assessment
Michelle Hawks (Alberta)
Standardized testing in the primary level in Bangladesh: Friend or Foe?
Nasreen Sultana (Queen's)
A Comparison of Educational Programs and Assessments across Canada
Karen Fung (Alberta), Man-Wai Chu (Calgary)
Compassion Fatigue and Burnout in Teachers Working with Students with
Exceptionalities
Newsha Ziaian-Ghafari (Queen's)
Participatory design research with urban Aboriginal and new
immigrant/refugee youth: A didactic representation of an interdisciplinary
study
Naureen Mumtaz (Alberta)
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11:15 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. / 11 h 15 – 12h 15
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 10.01
ACDE-ACDÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDT 202
Exploring experiences, issues, and possibilities of diversity and inclusion in
practicum placements
Randy Wimmer (Alberta), Angela Wolfe (Alberta), Evelyn Steinhauer
(Alberta), Blair Niblett (Trent), Vanessa Andreotti (UBC)
Session/Séance 10.02
ARTS-SCEA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 370
Innovative Exemplars & Curriculum Created From On-line Artists' Videos
Kathy Browning (Laurentian- Laurentienne)
Practicing the Rock: Tuning to Diffraction in Teacher Education Field
Experience
Valerie Triggs (Regina), Michele Sorensen (Regina)
Poster/Affiche
What's on the wall? Posters and Visual Resource Choices for Middle School
Music
Katie Tremblay-Beaton (OISE-UT)
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30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 10.03
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 171
waltdisneyconfessions@tumblr: Narrative, Subjectivity, and Reading
Online Spaces of Confession
Tasha Ausman (Ottawa), Linda Radford (Ottawa)
Being had by experience: Considering the "ontological turn" with/in
Indigenous education
Marc Higgins (UBC), Brooke Madden (UBC)
"I'm not quite sure that a lot of them are getting it": Questioning Cultural
Theories in Aboriginal Education
Amanda Gebhard ()
Session/Séance 10.04
CACS-ACÉC
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 384
A Youth Exchange through Arts & Technology: Stories of Identity, Culture,
Community & Place
Diane Conrad (Alberta), Dwayne Donald (Alberta), Adriana Boffa (Alberta),
Misty Underwood (Alberta), Ramona Big Head (Tatsikiisaapo'p Middle
School, Kainai Reserve, Alberta)
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TIMESLOT 10 / PÉRIODE 10
11:15 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. / 11 h 15 – 12h 15
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 10.05
Room/Salle : EDC 156
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Learning through play
Doing Worksheets, or Playing Card Games in Math Class-That is the
Question
Sheri-Lynn Skwarchuk (Winnipeg), Harriet Winterflood (Calgary)
Exploring the Impact of Feedback Agency on the Enjoyment of Playing an
Assessment Game
Maria Cutumisu (Alberta), Daniel L. Schwartz (Stanford University)
Session/Séance 10.06
Room/Salle : EDC 152
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Cultural diversity in education: Perspectives and implications
A Psychology of Relationships Online: Implications for Adult Mediators of
Elementary Public Education
John Ippolito (York)
Supporting Culturally Diverse Students with Self-Regulated Learning
Aloysius Anyichie (UBC), Nikki Yee (UBC), Nancy Perry (UBC), Lynda
Hutchinson (Western)
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30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
Session/Séance 10.07
Room/Salle : EDT 450
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Special Event/Événement spécial
CAFE Graduate Student Spotlight Session
Building on Education Foundations: Uncovering new directions through
graduate student work (Moderators: Pamela Rogers, Ottawa; Kate
Dubensky)
Session/Séance 10.08
CASEA AGM | AGA de l'ACÉAS (lunch/dîner)
Room/Salle : EDC 388
Session/Séance 10.09
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 386
Truth, Reconciliation, and Trauma-informed Practice
Kevin Lamoureux (Winnipeg)
Onikaniwak - for those who lead - a land based summer institute that
develops leadership capacity in the area of Indigenous history, culture and
current educational realities and resources
Sherry Peden (Manitoba), Dawn Wallin (Saskatchewan)
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TIMESLOT 10 / PÉRIODE 10
11:15 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. / 11 h 15 – 12h 15
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 10.10
Room/Salle : EDC 280
CASWE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Policy and Curriculum
Gender Equity Policy Discourses in Canadian Education: A Historical
Literature Review from the 1970s to the Present
Heather Syme Anderson (Manitoba)
"Violence Against College Women: Post-socialist and Transnational
Feminist Perspectives"
Miglena Todorova (OISE-UT)
Young Women's Experiences with Sexuality Education in Atlantic Canada
Brittany Jakubiec (UPEI)
Session/Séance 10.11
Room/Salle : EDC 278
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Teacher Well-being
Learning, Breathing and Well-Being: Teacher's reflections on pedagogical
possibilites through Mindfulness
Kimberley Holmes (Calgary)
The Emotional Toll of Obligation and Teachers' Disengagement from the
Profession
Melanie Janzen (Manitoba), Anne Phelan (UBC)
Supporting Pre-Service Teachers' Mental Health and Well-being: A Scoping
Review Towards Building a Framework for Education Initiatives
Heather Coe (Queen's), Aglaia Christou (Queen's), Jessica Chan (Queen's)
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TIMESLOT 10 / PÉRIODE 10
11:15 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. / 11 h 15 – 12h 15
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 10.12
Room/Salle : EDC 284
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Narrative Inquiry and Identity Development
New Materiality in the In-between: Pre-Service Teacher Identity
Development Ekphrasis
Pauline Sameshima (Lakehead), Varainja Stock (Lakehead), Dayna
Slingerland (Lakehead)
Problematizing Complexities in Teacher Education Programsas a Narrative
Inquiry Teacher Education Discourse Community
Darlene Ciuffetelli Parker (Brock), Debbie Pushor (Saskatchewan), Jennifer
Mitton Kukner (STFX), Anne Murray Orr (STFX), Shelley Griffin (Brock),
Courtenay Fleet (Brock)
Research Participation as Teacher Learning: Recognizing and promoting
the possibilities
Stefanie Muhling (OISE-UT)
Session/Séance 10.13
Room/Salle : EDC 287
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Programmatic decision making
Evolving Practices: Admissions Policies in Ontario Teacher Education
Programs
Michael Holden (Brock), Julian Kitchen (Brock), Diana Petrarca (UOIT), Ann
LeSage (UOIT)
Self-Report Perceptions of Knowledge and Confidence to Engage in the
Roles of Teachers Through Two Program Routes: Consecutive and
Concurrent
Anna-Liisa Mottonen (Nipissing)
Curriculum and Assessment Alignment - Theory to Practice
Susan Hill (St. Mary's), Paolina Seitz (St. Mary's)
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TIMESLOT 10 / PÉRIODE 10
11:15 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. / 11 h 15 – 12h 15
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 10.14
Room/Salle : EDC 179
CERA-ACCÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
CERA President Session
Growing the Assessment Triangle to Include Explanation
Jacqueline Leighton (Alberta)
Session/Séance 10.15
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
CERN-RRÉC
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 270
Multicultural Education and Education for Democracy: Comparative
Perspectives
Paul Carr (UQO), Gina Thésée (UQAM), Gary Pluim (Lakehead (Orillia)),
Darren Lund (Calgary)
Session/Séance 10.16
CIESC-SCÉCI
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
(Ethical) Internationalization of Higher Education: Intersecting Ideologies,
Teacher Candidates Perceptions, Implications for Pedagogy
Karen Pashby (Alberta), Paul Tarc (Western), Lisa Taylor (Bishops
University)
Session/Séance 10.17
LLRC-ACCLL
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 173
The Social Worlds of Young Children in a Community of Resettled Karen
Refugees
Nicola Friedrich (UBC)
Playing their way into literacies: A case study of children's multimodal
literacy explorations in the community
Xiaoxiao Du (Western)
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TIMESLOT 10 / PÉRIODE 10
11:15 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. / 11 h 15 – 12h 15
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 10.18
Room/Salle : EDC 255
PHETE-GFEÉPS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Play, Wellness and Mental Health
An Evidence-Based Mental Health Literacy Curriculum Resource for
Secondary Schools
Stan Kutcher (IWK Health Centre/Dalhousie), Yifeng Wei (IWK Health
Centre/Dalhousie)
Examining the Impacts of Ottawa Forest School & Mud Lake Project
Nature-based Learning on Student Achievement and Wellness in Primaryaged Students
Lisa Glithero (Ottawa)
Lost in play (Bilingual/Bilingue)
Jeanne Kentel (UBC)
Session/Séance 10.19
RÉÉFMM
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 272
Une collaboration école-université pour accompagner des élèves francoontariens avec leurs choix postsecondaires : L'impact d'un camp
d'anticipation
Sylvie Lamoureux (Ottawa), Megan Cotnam-Kappel (Ottawa)
Une communauté d'apprentissage professionnelle pour le changement
des pratiques pédagogiques en enseignement des sciences
Nicole Lirette-Pitre (Moncton), Marianne Cormier (Moncton), Nicole
Ferguson (Moncton)
Langue de scolarisation et intégration des élèves nouveaux arrivants dans
les écoles de langue française en contexte minoritaire
Francis Bangou (Ottawa)
E = MC2 où E = Énergie d'un communauté francophone minoritaire
Jean Labelle (Moncton), Philippe Jacquin (Moncton), Angela AuCoin
(Moncton), Mireille LeBlanc (Moncton)
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TIMESLOT 10 / PÉRIODE 10
11:15 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. / 11 h 15 – 12h 15
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 10.20
Room/Salle : EDC 057
SERG-GRÉS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
PCK and Teacher Needs
Documenting Pedagogical Content Knowledge of a High School Science
Teacher: An Application of Narrative Analysis
Saiqa Azam (Memorial), Bonnie Shapiro (Calgary)
Working from teacher needs to design APL resources for teaching the
Nature of Science
Emily Ng (Calgary), Marie-Claire Shanahan (Calgary)
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TIMESLOT 11 / PÉRIODE 11
12:15 – 1:15 P.M. / 12 h 15 – 13h 15
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 11.01
Room/Salle : EDC 156
CAARE-ACRAÉ
Special Event/Événement spécial
CAARE Book Launch
Session/Séance 11.02
Room/Salle : EDC 057
CERA AGM | AGA de l'ACCÉ (time slots 11 and 12/créneaux horaires 11
et 12)
Session/Séance 11.03
CERN AGM | AGA de RRÉC (lunch/dîner)
Room/Salle : EDC 287
Session/Séance 11.04
PHETE AGM | AGA du GFEÉPS
Room/Salle : EDC 255
Session/Séance 11.05
RÉÉFMM AGM | AGA du RÉÉFMM
Room/Salle : EDC 272
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TIMESLOT 12 / PÉRIODE 12
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 12.01
Room/Salle : EDC 202
ACDE-ACDÉ
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Chair/Prés. : David Mandzuk (Manitoba)
Navigating complex relationships in the dean's role
Prof. Airini (TRU), Cathy Bruce (Trent), Marianne Cormier (Moncton),
Dilson Rassier (McGill), Jennifer Tupper (Regina)
Session/Séance 12.02
ARTS-SCEA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 384
Educational Opportunities in the Arts: Unequal Access to Specialized Public
Arts Schools
Ju-Hye Ahn (OISE-UT)
Global citizenship: "Reading the word and the world"
Natalia Archacka (UBC)
Life Phenomenology: Movement, Affect & Language
Rebecca Lloyd (Ottawa), Stephen Smith (SFU)
Shadows of history, echoes of war: Performing alongside veteran soldiers
and prison inmates in two applied theatre projects
Monica Prendergast (Victoria), George Belliveau (UBC)
Session/Séance 12.03
CAARE AGM | AGA du ACRAÉ
Room/Salle : EDC 156
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TIMESLOT 12 / PÉRIODE 12
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 12.04
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 173
Embracing online curriculum play and imagination in an early childhood
education graduate classroom
Euthalia Panayotidis (Calgary), Carolyn Bjartveit (Calgary)
Let's play: Invitations to learning in digital game culture
Catherine Burwell (Calgary), Tom Miller (Calgary)
Engaging Teacher Candidates in Digital Collaborative Currere: Curriculum,
Autobiographies and Narrative Inquiry
Cristyne Hebert (York)
Session/Séance 12.05
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 172
Using Comic Improvisation to Build Skills Towards Generative Dialogue
Teresa Farrell (VIU)
Humour in the Urban Classroom: Shifting Constellations of Affect and
Embodied Possibilities for Re-contouring Literacy Learning
Mairi McDermott (Calgary), Kim Lenters (Calgary)
Moments of Contradiction: Student Humour and Silence as Forms of
Engagement in Drama Pedagogy and Social Justice Teaching
Antonino Giambrone (OISE-UT)
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TIMESLOT 12 / PÉRIODE 12
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
Session/Séance 12.06
CAEP-ACP
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 179
Critical Perspectives for Advancing Research and Practice on SelfRegulated Learning
Silvia Mazabel (UBC), Nancy Perry (UBC), Ben Dantzer (UBC), Elina Määttä
(University of Oulu, Finland), Sanna Järvelä (University of Oulu, Finland),
Gigi Hofer (UBC), Nikki Yee (UBC), Lorena Restrepo (UBC)
Session/Séance 12.07
Room/Salle : EDT 450
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Race and Social Justice
Chair/Prés. : Darren Lund (Calgary)
A monster mash: What antiracism could learn from cultural monsters
Nichole Grant (Ottawa)
Post-racialism and the production and negotiation of blackness at
university
Philip Howard (McGill)
Exploring the Social in Social Justice
Jacqueline Barreiro (SFU)
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TIMESLOT 12 / PÉRIODE 12
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 12.08
Room/Salle : EDC 370
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Provincial Policy Development
Chair/Prés. : Gus Riveros
Exploring the Aftermath of Educational Reform
Marian Fushell (Memorial), Janice Tucker (California Lutheran University)
An analysis of a horizontal public policy approach involving Education: A
case study of the Healthy Child Manitoba strategy
Jean-Vianney Auclair (Manitoba)
From Accountability to Public Assurance: A Policy Text Analysis
Brenda Spencer (Calgary)
Nurturing Excellence in Instruction and Leadership
Jim Brandon (Calgary), Candace Saar (Calgary), Sharon Friesen (Calgary)
Session/Séance 12.09
Room/Salle : EDC 284
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Students and Higher Education
Chair/Prés. : Jerome Cranston
The role of the principal in pre-service teacher education: The missing link
Amy Burns (Calgary)
Redesigning Decision Making in Pre-Service Teacher Education:
Encouraging Engagement and Knowledge Growth
Brianna McElroy (Ottawa), Stephanie Chitpin (Ottawa)
(In)accessibility at University: Graduate Students' Insights
Sarah Baker (Brock), Renee Kuchapski (Brock)
Unequal Power Dynamics and Inter-Organizational Relationships: A
Students’ Union and University Administration in Western Canada
Josephine Steeves (Saskatchewan)
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TIMESLOT 12 / PÉRIODE 12
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 12.10
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 386
Growing with Language and Culture: a Holistic Investigation of an
Anishinaabemowin Immersion School
Lindsay Morcom (Queen's)
Restor(y)ing Approaches to Urban Indigenous Wellness: Returning to Our
Medicines
Karlee Fellner (Calgary)
Indigenizing Initiatives and Indigenous Academic Staff: Sage Advice
Marie Battiste (Saskatchewan), Rainey Gaywish (Algoma)
Session/Séance 12.11
CATE-ACFE
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 280
Creating Inclusive Imagined, Local, and Virtual Communities in Teacher
Education
Antoinette Gagné (OISE-UT), Clea Schmidt (Manitoba), Sreemali Herath
(The Open University of Sri Lanka), Victorina Baxan (Toronto), Marlon
Valencia (Toronto)
Session/Séance 12.12
CATE-ACFE
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 278
Supporting Teacher Candidates' Learning in Teacher Education Programs:
A Pan-Canadian Perspective
Lynn Thomas (Sherbrooke), Andrea Martin (Queen's), Karen Goodnough
(Memorial), Ronald MacDonald (UPEI), Tom Russell (Queen's), Shawn
Bullock (SFU), David Dillon (McGill), Thomas Falkenberg (Manitoba)
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1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 12.13
Room/Salle : EDC 255
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Playfulness and learning
Chronicles of Playful and Regressive Thought: Proliferating Representation
in the Language Arts Teacher Education Classroom
David Lewkowich (Alberta), Vicki Macris (Alberta)
Variation Theory as a Pedagogical Tool to Promote Preservice Teachers'
Learning and Teaching
Diana Royea (UBC)
Promoting Gamefulness in Design Activities with a Role-Playing Game
Beaumie Kim (Calgary), Diali Gupta (Calgary), Jerremie Clyde (Calgary)
Session/Séance 12.14
CCGSE-CCÉÉCSÉ
Workshop/Atelier
Room/Salle : EDC 260
From the student desk to the teaching podium: Teaching strategies to aid
new instructors
Pamela Timanson (Alberta), Deborah Hicks (Alberta), Theresa Schindel
(Alberta)
Session/Séance 12.15
Room/Salle : EDC 270
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
CERN-RRÉC
Special Event/Événement spécial
CERN Keynote presentation
Citizenship Education in a Time of Truth and Reconciliation
Jennifer Tupper (Regina)
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TIMESLOT 12 / PÉRIODE 12
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 12.16
CIESC-SCÉCI
Bilingual symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel bilingue
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
Broadening Perspectives: International Doctoral Research Collaboration
between Canada, Australia, and China/ Élargir nos horizons: Collaboration
de recherche internationale de doctorants au Canada, en Australie et en
Chine
Lisa Fedoruk (Calgary), Jonathan Woodend (Calgary), Avis Beek (Calgary),
Janet Groen (Calgary), Xueqin Wu (Calgary), Sylvie Roy (Calgary), Xiang Li
(Calgary)
Session/Séance 12.17
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 276
A case for where in educational discourse and practice
Hartley Banack (UBC)
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
The "Unspeakables" of Environmental Education: Overpopulation,
Scientific Ethics, and the Pursuit of Happiness
Yi Chien Jade Ho (SFU), Dave Chang (SFU), Lee Beavington (SFU)
Session/Séance 12.18
CSSE-SCÉÉ;CASIE-ACÉAS;CSSHE-SCÉÉS
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EEEL 210
Special event co-hosted with CSSHE /événement spécial organisé
conjointement avec la SCÉES
Addressing the Truth and Reconciliation Recommendations in Education:
K-12 and Postsecondary Responses and Possible Futures (Streaming
available on the CSSHE website: https://csshescees.ca/conference/current/)
Kevin Lamoureux (Winnipeg), Dwayne Donald (Alberta), Jacqueline
Ottmann (Calgary), Marie Battiste (Saskatchewan)
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1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 12.19
LLRC-ACCLL
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 146b
Littératie en contexte franco-canadien : avancées de la
recherche/Literacy in the French-Canadian Context: Research
Developments
Disc./Comm.: Lizanne Lafontaine (UQO)
Le jeu symbolique : lieu de développement de la langue orale à la
maternelle en milieu plurilingue et pluriethnique
Christian Dumais (UQTR)
Des outils pédagogiques destinés à accompagner les enseignants en
contexte d’apprentissage en littératie – compétences à orthographier et à
écrire des textes chez les élèves du primaire
André C. Moreau (UQO), Christian Dumais (UQTR)
Les nouvelles technologies numériques et mobiles au service du
développement des habiletés reliées à la littératie
Martine Pellerin (Alberta)
L’heure du conte pour les élèves de la maternelle issus de familles
exogames : une étude du développement du langage et de la littératie
Sylvie Blain (Moncton), Julie Lafrance (Moncton)
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TIMESLOT 12 / PÉRIODE 12
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 12.20
Room/Salle : EDC 388
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
QSEC-ÉAÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Queering Educational Discourses
Representing and Reading "The Plunge" in Graphic Queer Representations
of Adolescent Sexuality
Michelle Miller Stafford (OCADU)
Researching & Reclaiming Edmonton's Queer History
Kristopher Wells (Alberta), Michelle Lavoie (Alberta)
The challenges of enacting change through 'equality' politics: An
examination of Social Justice 12
LJ Slovin (UBC)
Session/Séance 12.21
RÉÉFMM
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 272
Pratiques déclarées d'enseignants en contexte minoritaire et pluriethnique
relativement à l'enseignement de la grammaire
Louise Larouche (Ottawa), Joël Thibeault (Ottawa)
L'insécurité linguistique à l'écrit chez des étudiants francophones bilingues
Brigitte Murray (Ottawa), Marie-Josée Vignola (Ottawa)
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TIMESLOT 12 / PÉRIODE 12
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 12.22
Room/Salle : EDC 252
SERG-GRÉS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
ICT: Social Media, Interactions, and Relationships
Using a Survey to Explore Science Students' Social Media Learning
Behaviours
Rachel Moll (VIU), Wendy Nielsen (University of Wollongong)
Canadian science education research: Co-author relationships beyond
academic and geographical borders
Jerine Pegg (Alberta), Dawn Wiseman (McGill), Michael Montgomery
(Alberta), Sam Cheng (Alberta)
Exploring the Issue of Scientists Being Encouraged to Directly Engage the
General Public
G. Michael Bowen (MSVU), Richard Zurawski (MSVU), Rob Thacker (St
Mary's), Kimberley P Good (Dalhousie)
Filmmaking as a way of teaching and learning nature of science
Alena Kottova (Victoria)
Session/Séance 12.23
Room/Salle : EDC 287
TATE-TFEE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Professional learning plans – the new ePortfolios
Bachelor of Education Professional Learning Plan Digitally Connecting
Personal, Classroom, and Field-Based Learning Experiences
Norman Vaughan (Mount Royal), Tanya Stogre (Mount Royal), Rachel Cool
(Mount Royal), Kristen MacIssac (Mount Royal)
Guidelines for developing critical reflection among online MEd students
through e-portfolios
Debra Hoven (Athabasca University)
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30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 13.01
ARTS-SCEA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 278
Creating educational music for strings: What makes it unique?
Bernard Andrews (Ottawa), Maia Giesbrecht (Ottawa)
Creating a "Transitional Space" through Art: Significance, Challenges, and
Promises
Anna Ryoo (UBC)
Speak to Me Through My Fingertips: Exploring Dance as a Hermeneutic
Interpretive Practice
Towani Duchscher (Calgary)
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CACS-ACÉC
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 171
Engaging education as a recollection of what is already known but un recognized: Student's Prior Knowledge as pedagogical opportunities
Raphaël Gani (Ottawa), Kent den Heyer (Alberta), David Scott (Calgary)
Session/Séance 13.03
CACS-ACÉC
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 172
Storying Historical Consciousness in Times of Reconciliation
Nicholas Ng-A-Fook (Ottawa), Kristina Llewellyn (Waterloo), Lisa Taylor
(Bishop's), Timothy Stanley (Ottawa), Lisa Farley (York), Tasha Henry
(Selkirk Montessori School), Jennifer Tupper (Regina), Aparna Mishra Tarc
(York)
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TIMESLOT 13 / PÉRIODE 13
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 13.04
CAEP-ACP
Special Event/Événement spécial
Room/Salle : EDC 179
CAEP Past President's Address
Session/Séance 13.05
Room/Salle : EDC 370
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Internationalization and Student Learning
Chair/Prés. : Shirley Van Nuland (UOIT)
A Systematic Review of the International Service Learning (ISL) Literature:
Definition, Theory and Strategies for Creating Sustainable ISL Program
M. Saidur Rahman (Victoria), Dr. Andrew Allen (Windsor)
Education policy, state formation, and globalization: A review of China's
state policy on internationalization of higher education (1949-2012)
Jie Zheng (McGill)
Session/Séance 13.06
Room/Salle : The Den,
MacEwan Hall
CASEA-ACÉAS
Poster/Affiche
CASEA Book Launch and Poster Session
Chair/Prés. : Heather Syme Anderson ()
Results-based management: Friend or foe to teacher supervision in
Québec schools?
Daniel April (Laval), Yamina Bouchamma (Laval)
An Enviormental Scan of Research Impact Resources That Exist in Public
Service Sectors in Canada, the US, and UK.
Samantha Shewchuk (Queen's), Amanda Cooper (Queen's)
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TIMESLOT 13 / PÉRIODE 13
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 13.07
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 386
Re-told stories: A duoethnographic exploration about working in the field
of Indigenous education
Sarah Burm (Western), Dawn Burleigh (Lethbridge)
Literacies of Land: Narrative, Storying and Literature
Sandra Styres (OISE-UT)
Session/Séance 13.08
Room/Salle : EDC 255
CASWE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Women & Queerness
Queer memory. Using critical arts practices to revise our pasts.
Claire Robson (SFU), Dennis Sumara (Calgary)
"My voice shook": Being a queer researcher discussing non-normative
gender and sexuality in the elementary school classroom
Kate Paterson (UBC)
Sexual Exploration and Sexual Orientation Certainty of Women who
Engage in Sexual Behaviour with Women
Lucinda Brown (Victoria)
Session/Séance 13.09
CATE-ACFE
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 280
CATE panel: Critical Discourses on the Impact of Neoliberalism in Teacher
Education
John Portelli (OISE-UT), Claudia Ruitenberg (UBC), Renee Kuchapski (Brock),
Peter Grimett (UBC)
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TIMESLOT 13 / PÉRIODE 13
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 13.10
CERA-ACCÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 057
Examining Teachers' Use of Bundled Accommodations for Students with
Special Needs
Pei-Ying Lin (OISE-UT), Yu-Cheng Lin (University of Texas- Rio Grande
Valley)
Students Explain How an Intervention Changed their Thinking in Science:
Using Mixed Methods for Causal Description and Explanation
Henry Schulz (Memorial)
Language learning by design: Feedback and language proficiency for future
FSL teachers
June Starkey (OISE-UT)
Session/Séance 13.11
Room/Salle : EDC 270
CERN-RRÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Citizenship and Identity
Good citizenship education and the future of the world: Tensions between
the local and the global
Adeela Arshad-Ayaz (Concordia)
Canadian Youth's Civic attitudes and Behaviours
Catherine Broom (UBC)
Deleuze, Becoming, Gender, Second Language Research and Citizenship
Douglas Fleming (Ottawa)
Canadian Citizenship Exam: What relationship to land?
Lucy El-Sherif (OISE-UT)
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TIMESLOT 13 / PÉRIODE 13
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 13.12
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
CIESC-SCÉCI
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Global and local effects of internationalizing Higher Education
Glocalization and International Student Retention in Higher Education
Hasan Kettaneh (TRU), Victoria Handford (TRU), Prof. Airini (TRU)
Ethical Internationalisation in Two Schools of Education: Coherence or
Confusion
Colleen Kawalilak (Calgary), Susan Ledger (School of Education Murdoch
University Perth, West Australia)
Internationalization within a Canadian University: A narrative inquiry of
transborder students
Edward Howe (TRU), Polina Denisova (TRU)
Knowledge Production in International Research Collaboration: A
Comparative Study of Canadian and Colombian Research Networks
Clara Tascon (Western)
Session/Séance 13.13
CPES-SCPÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 284
The Democratic Defence of the Humanities and its Problems
Shadi Afshar (OISE-UT)
Is Levinson's Concept of Autonomy Consistent with its Normative Priority?
Nicolas Tanchuk (Columbia)
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TIMESLOT 13 / PÉRIODE 13
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 13.14
LLRC-ACCLL
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 173
Writing-as-problem-solving: Teaching for Transfer in Secondary School
English
David Slomp (Lethbridge), Rita-Marie Leask (Vauxhall High School), Keith
Miller (Vauxhall High School), Taylor Burke (Lomond Community School),
Kacie Neamtu (Erle Rivers High School), Sean Dupuis (Taber Mennonite
School), Jaimie Vanham (Chamberlain School), Lindsey Hagen (RI Baker
Middle School), Crystal Hegedus (Westwind Outreach School)
Approaching The Graphic Narrative as an Embodied Form of Reading:
Comics, Interpretive Freedom, and The Challenges of Multimodality
Michelle Miller Stafford (OCADU), David Lewkowich (Alberta)
The Expansion and Construction of Thoughts: Shared Reading of Print,
Electronic, and Digital Books
Ji Eun Kim (UBC)
Session/Séance 13.15
RÉÉFMM
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 272
Favoriser l'autonomie et l'autorégulation chez les élèves à travers la
collaboration : un projet d'écriture collaboratif dans le but d’accroître leurs
compétences comme scripteurs
Marie Hebert (École Joseph-Moreau au Conseil Scolaire Centre-nord)
L'émergence du concept de la construction identitaire en milieu
minoritaire francophone : un pur hasard?
Marilyne Gauvreau (Moncton)
Identité, appartenance et participation communautaire des membres des
communautés fransaskoises (immigrants et membres de longue date).
Laurie Carlson-Berg, Paulin Mulatris (Alberta)
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TIMESLOT 13 / PÉRIODE 13
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 13.16
Room/Salle : EDC 287
SERG-GRÉS
Special Event/Événement spécial
SERG Keynote and Poster Session
Brief History of SERG - Its Raison d'Être and Formation
Anthony Bartley (Lakehead)
Poster/Affiche
A discourse approach to examining the identities of biology teachers who
incorporate the outdoors: Comparison of Alberta high school teachers
Julieta Delos Santos (Alberta)
Poster/Affiche
Pedagogy for 21st Century STEM Education
Shaily Bhola (Calgary), Gale Parchoma (Calgary)
Poster/Affiche
British Columbia's New Science Curriculum: Potential Consequences for
Grade 8 Teachers as They Prepare to Teach Topics of Quantum Mechanics
Goksenin Sen (Victoria)
Poster/Affiche
What Does It Mean to be Feminist Physics Laboratory Researcher:
Autobiographical Experiences and Lessons for Girls in STEM Education
Angela Rutakomozibwa (UBC), Samson Nashon (UBC)
Poster/Affiche
Students' Experiences in Inquiry-Oriented Science Education
Krista Ritchie (MSVU), Frank LaBanca (Westside Middle School Academy),
Michael Bowen (MSVU), Bruce M. Shore (McGill)
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TIMESLOT 14 / PÉRIODE 14
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 14.01
Room/Salle : Gallery
Hall, Taylor Family Digital
Library
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
ACDE-ACDÉ
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Panel with wine & cheese reception to follow until 7:00 pm
Chair/Prés. : Sal Badali (MSVU)
Ten Years of ACDE Accords: What progress have we made? What
challenges lie ahead?
Blye Frank (UBC), Kris Magnusson (SFU), David Mandzuk (Manitoba), Ann
Sherman (UNB)
Session/Séance 14.02
Room/Salle : CASSIO
A/B, MacEwan Hall
Session/Séance 14.03
CACS-ACÉC
Social Event/Événement social
CACS Scholarly Celebration (from 7 pm until 9 pm)
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 171
Extending the History Curriculum: Cold War Encounters through
Cinematic Narratives
Kurt Clausen (Nipissing), Todd Horton (Nipissing)
School History and Fictional Representations of the Past: A Double-Edged
Sword
Penney Clark (UBC), Alan Sears (UNB)
Absent futures, darkened presents: a study into the role of futures
thinking in science and social studies curriculum
Kent den Heyer (Alberta)
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TIMESLOT 14 / PÉRIODE 14
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 14.04
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 172
Oh Canada, Whose Home and Native Land? Negotiating Identities of in
"Between(ism)"
Momina Khan (Saskatchewan)
Revisiting Home: Contingency, Hybridity, Haunting
Robert Nellis (Red Deer College)
Settler homonationalism and the Native Child
Neil Ramjewan (Toronto)
Session/Séance 14.05
Room/Salle : EDC 179 /
150
CAEP-ACP
Social Event/Événement social - Special Event/Événement spécial
CAEP Wine and Cheese/Dunlop Awards/EEI Book Award
Session/Séance 14.06
CASIE AGM and Keynote | AGA et conférence de marque de l'ACÉÉA
Room/Salle : EDC 386
Session/Séance 14.07
CATE AGM and Awards | AGA et remise des prix de l'ACFE
Room/Salle : EDC 280
(dinner to follow)
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TIMESLOT 14 / PÉRIODE 14
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 14.08
Room/Salle : Workshop
Kitchen and Culture
CATE-ACFE
Social Event/Événement social
CATE dinner (off campus)
(The event will take place at 7pm)
CATE dinner at Workshop Kitchen and Culture
(608 1st SW, Calgary, T2P 1M6 - For more information, contact Jodi Nickel,
jnickel@mtroyal.ca)
Session/Séance 14.09
CCGSE-CCÉÉCSÉ
Workshop/Atelier
Room/Salle : EDC 260
A Narrative Conception of Professional Development as a Community of
Choice
Hiroko Kubota (Alberta), Jinny Menon (Alberta), Dorit Redlich-Amirav
(Alberta), Muna Saleh (Alberta)
Session/Séance 14.10
CERA-ACCÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 057
Supporting Student Choice Using Differentiated Examinations
Richelle Marynowski (Lethbridge)
Problems with High School Grades Being Used for University Admissions
Man-Wai Chu (Calgary), Karen Fung (Alberta)
What are the Learning Values of Grades? Exploring Grading Policies in
Canada and China
Liying Cheng (Queen's), Christopher DeLuca (Queen's), Heather Braund
(Queen's), Yi Mei (Queen's), Adelina Valiquette (Queen's), Wei Yan
(Queen's), Deyu Xing (Queen's)
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TIMESLOT 14 / PÉRIODE 14
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 14.11
Room/Salle : EDC 270
CERN-RRÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Citizenship and Social Justice
Learning to Teach Citizenship: Collaborative Partnerships and ServiceLearning in Teacher Education
Lorna McLean (Ottawa), Hoa Truong-White (Ottawa), Jennifer Bergen
(Ottawa), Lisa Glithero (Ottawa), Jenn Rottmann (Ottawa)
History Education, Historical Consciousness and Narrating the Nation
Stephanie Anderson Redmond (UBC)
Social justice through citizenship: Is social justice a component of youth's
conceptions of good citizenship?
Luz Molina (Regina)
Session/Séance 14.12
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
CIESC-SCÉCI
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Towards critical comparative and international analysis of education in
faith-based institutions
The Catholic Closet: A comparative study of homophobia in Canadian and
British Catholic schools
Tonya Callaghan (Calgary), Alix Esterhuizen (Calgary), Zachary Wierzbicki
(Calgary)
Madrassa Reform Efforts in Pakistan - A Brief Comparative Analysis
Aamir Taiyeb (OISE-UT)
Faith-based Higher Education Internationalization: A comparative case
study
Christina Hwang (OISE-UT)
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TIMESLOT 14 / PÉRIODE 14
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 14.13
CPES Early Career Lecture
Room/Salle : EDC 388
Session/Séance 14.14
LLRC-ACCLL
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 173
Building FSL student proficiency and confidence: Using the CEFR to identify
areas of strength and ways forward
Katherine Rehner (UT - Mississauga)
The Use of Gesture in a Bilingual Preschool Classroom
Kelly Brennan (SFU)
Biological, linguistic and cultural change and education: The lived
experience in one coastal community in Newfoundland and Labrador
Barbara Mulcahy (Memorial)
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TIMESLOT 14 / PÉRIODE 14
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 14.15
RÉÉFMM
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 272
Les mots pour grandir: la francisation en contexte minoritaire francophone
Rachelle Gauthier (Moncton), Marianne Cormier (Moncton)
Étude des conditions d'implantation d'une approche expérientielle de
formation à l'enseignement des sciences en milieu minoritaire
francophone
Louis Trudel (Ottawa), Abdeljalil Métioui (UQAM)
Quand la communauté minoritaire rencontre la communauté universelle
Mathieu Lang (Moncton)
Parents non-locuteurs de français qui on choisi une école minoritaire
française
Mary MacPhee (UPEI)
Session/Séance 14.16
Room/Salle : EDC 370
SERG-GRÉS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Diversity and Equity in Science Education
Communication Models of ELL Science Instruction
Alandeom Oliveira (State University of New York at Albany), Molly
Weinburgh (Texas Christian University)
"I want to be a doctor, not a scientist!"Marginalized student engagement
with science
Lydia E Carol-Ann Burke (OISE-UT), Gurpreet Sahmbi (OISE- UT)
Research on teacher thinking and practices to address student diversity in
science education: Researchers collaborate to identify research themes
and issues to guide professional practice
Bonnie Shapiro (Calgary), Saiqa Azam (Memorial), Kamal Johal (F E
Osborne School)
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TIMESLOT 14 / PÉRIODE 14
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
30 May / Le 30 mai 2016
Session/Séance 14.17
Room/Salle : EEEL
Building
CONGRESS
Social Event/Événement social
uCalgary President's Reception | Réception du président de l'uCalgary
(starts at 6pm/commence à 18h)
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TIMESLOT 15 / PÉRIODE 15
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 15.01
ARTS-SCEA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 057
Exploring a Framework for Understanding Young Innovative Learners
Engaged in Musical Activities in a Technologically Evolving Age
Deanna Peluso (SFU)
What's Next?: Examining the Musical and Non-Music Roles Held by Alumni
of Undergraduate Music Programs
Julia Brook (Queen's), Sue Fostaty-Young (Queen's)
A Poetic Exploration of Music Teachers' Conceptions of InternationalMindedness
Lisa Mitchell (SFU)
Session/Séance 15.02
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 171
Formation des formateurs universitaires à l'offre active : un nouveau
concept clé en soins de santé et services sociaux aux personnes vivant en
situation linguistique minoritaire
Claire-Jehanne Dubouloz (Ottawa)
Évaluation de l'effet de la pratique scolaire des jeux de société, sollicitant
des habiletés en mathématiques, sur la réussite éducative des élèves
témiscabitibiens du deuxième cycle du primaire
Christine Marcotte (UQAT), Thomas Rajotte (UQAT)
Évaluation de l'effet de la résolution de matrices de Raven sur le
développement des habiletés en mathématiques des garçons du
deuxième cycle du primaire
Thomas Rajotte (UQAT)
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TIMESLOT 15 / PÉRIODE 15
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 15.03
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 152
Teachers' Pedagogical Content Knowledge of Critical Thinking
Hagop Yacoubian (Haigazian University, Beirut, Lebanon)
Asking, telling, challenging, and listening: Curriculum theorizing of teacher
education programs
Lisa Starr (McGill), Kathy Sanford (Victoria), Kristin MimickIMCK (Victoria)
Interrogating Our Practice
Mary Ann Richards (VIU), Teresa Farrell (VIU)
Pre-service Teachers' Multimodal Mathematics Autobiographies: Emotion
and Learning and Teaching Mathematics
Miwa Takeuchi (Calgary), Kori Czuy (Calgary), Jo Towers (Calgary)
Session/Séance 15.04
CACS-ACÉC
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 384
Games and Learning in the Wild
Jen Jenson (York), Kelly Bergstrom (York), Suzanne de Castell (SFU),
Cristyne Hebert (York), Emily Flynn-Jones (York)
Session/Séance 15.05
CAEP AGM | AGA de l'ACP
Room/Salle : EDC 179
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TIMESLOT 15 / PÉRIODE 15
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 15.06
Room/Salle : EDT 450
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Histories of Institutions and People
Chair/Prés. : Paul Stortz (Calgary)
German Culture and Canada: The Goethe Institute and Education, 19502000
John Allison (Nipissing)
Scientist, spiritualist, and educationist: The curious case of Sir Oliver Lodge
Shawn Bullock (SFU)
Education at the Prison for Women: A History
Katie-Marie McNeill (Queen's)
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
Session/Séance 15.07
Room/Salle : EDC 370
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Topics in Ed. Admin. II
Chair/Prés. : Jacqueline Kirk
An examination of how school principals on Prince Edward Island
understand and enact principles of social justice in their work
Tim Goddard (UPEI), Brittany Jakubiec (UPEI), Yuanyuan Zhang (UPEI)
Success of PEBS in Rural Nova Scotia Secondary Schools: Teacher and
Administrator Voices
Matthew Meyer (STFX), David Young (STFX)
Academic Achievement in Effective Schools
Marc Basque (Moncton), Yamina Bouchamma (Laval)
Parents' Stories of Teens on Drugs: Where is the School in their Stories?
Susan Reschny (Saskatchewan)
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TIMESLOT 15 / PÉRIODE 15
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 15.08
Room/Salle : EDC 388
CASEA-ACÉAS
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Chair/Prés. : Gus Riveros
Beyond the Adjectives: Theorizing Educational Administration and
Leadership
Augusto Riveros (Western), Paul Newton (Saskatchewan), Stephanie
Chitpin (Ottawa), Robin Mueller (Calgary), Bonnie Stelmach (Alberta),
Dawn Wallin (Saskatchewan)
Session/Séance 15.09
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 386
Honouring Indigenous Ways of Knowing in a Grade 1 Math Class
Ruth Beatty (Lakehead)
Decolonizing Curriculum and Student Resistances
Dawn Zinga (Brock), Sandra Styres (OISE- UT)
Session/Séance 15.10
CASWE AGM | AGA de l'ACÉFÉ
Room/Salle : EDC 280
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TIMESLOT 15 / PÉRIODE 15
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
Session/Séance 15.11
Room/Salle : EDC 287
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Social Justice in Teacher Education
If Bourdieu Were a Teacher Educator: Introducing Prospective Teachers to
Social Theory in Education
Jennifer Tupper (Regina), Kathy Nolan (Regina)
Pedagogical practices in a teacher education program with commitments
to diversity, equity and social justice
Victorina Baxan (OISE-UT), Antoinette Gagné (OISE-UT)
Preparing Teachers for Changing Times and Changing Schools: Developing
Agency and Taking Action Towards Embedding Diversity and Equity in
Teacher Education
Ann Lopez (OISE-UT)
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
Session/Séance 15.12
Room/Salle : EDC 278
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Matching mentors and student teachers
An enumeration of skills contributing to successful teachers for use within
intern-mentor compatibility calculations
Jeff Solheim (Saskatchewan)
Continued Innovations from the Dating Scene: Promising Potential of
Online Internship Matching for Partnered Placements
Michelle Prytula (Saskatchewan), David Burgess (Saskatchewan), Jeff
Solheim (University of Saskatchewan)
Pratiques favorables à l'intégration des élèves présentant des difficultés
comportementales : perception des futurs enseignants sur leur efficacité.
(Bilingual/Bilingue)
Marie-France Nadeau (Sherbrooke)
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SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
Session/Séance 15.13
Room/Salle : EDT 202
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Learning outside four walls
Being/Teaching/Learning in the Woods-Exploring the Enactment of Forest
School Pedagogies
Debra Harwood (Brock), Diane Collier (Brock), Farhanna Khan (Brock),
Sinead McElhone (Niagara Region Public Health)
Cultivating essential capacities through innovative practicum experiences:
Pre-service teaching on a construction site
Amy Burns (Calgary), Patricia Danyluk (Calgary)
Enriching Students' Experiences in a Teacher Education Program: Exploring
Community-based Practicum Placements
Mary Jane Harkins (MSVU), Jeanette Schlatman (MSVU)
Session/Séance 15.14
CCPA-ACPC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 156
Is it "bad"kids or "bad" places? Where is all the violence originating from?
Youth Violence in the City of Toronto
Ardavan Eizadirad (OISE-UT)
Popular culture in the classroom: Promoting critical social literacy
Dawn Currie (UBC), Deirdre Kelly (UBC)
Imagining a New 'We': Students' complex connections when learning
Canadian history
Samantha Cutrara (Independent)
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Session/Séance 15.15
CERA-ACCÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 272
Results from the Classroom: Understanding Educational Innovation
through the use of a Collaborative Impact Research of a One-to-One
Device Project
Michelle Searle (Queen's), Lori Kirkpatrick (Brock), Adrienne Sauder
(Western), Heather Brown (Alberta), Jane Morris (Avon Maitland District
School Board), Ted Doherty (Avon Maitland Distric School Board), Eric
Smiley (Western), Mark Henshaw (Western), Kari-Ann Chow (Western),
Rachael Smyth (Western), Emily Ready (Western)
Predicting Off-task Multi-tasking in Classes Involving Technology
Amna Mirza (WLU), Eileen Wood (WLU), Lindsay Shaw (WLU), Lucia
Zivcakova (WLU)
Developing a measure of beliefs about diversity and social justice
Amanda Ferguson (Toronto), Ruth Childs (Toronto)
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Session/Séance 15.16
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
CIESC-SCÉCI
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
What is our home? Perspectives of Students on Citizenship, Identity,
Language, Belonging, Disruption and Education
Global Citizenship Through the Eyes of the Grade Seven Elementary
Students: A Case Study
Eva Jaberi (Western)
A youth club as site of resources: a girls' alternative to school and family
Imogen Feld (University of Hamburg)
Transnational migrations and the politics of language and belonging: A
case study of refugee- immigrant students from Africa learning in a
Canadian secondary school
Wambui (Jane) Gichuru (UPEI)
Disruptive Learning Narratives in International Placements: Disidentification, Dislocation, and Displacement
Manu Sharma (Toronto), Andrew Allen (Windsor), Awad Ibrahim (Ottawa)
Session/Séance 15.17
CPES-SCPÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 276
On the Margins and Marginality of Philosophy of Education
Claudia Ruitenberg (UBC)
Summoned to Look: The Facing of Images
Louise Azzarello (York)
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31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 15.18
LLRC-ACCLL
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 173
When Words and Love Fail: Jillian and Mariko Tamaki's SKIM and the
Adolescent's Desire to Sublimate
David Lewkowich (Alberta)
Reality as a genre
Claire Ahn (UBC), ErnestoPeña (UBC)
Virtual Narrative Inquiry into New Narrative
Kyle Stooshnov (UBC)
Session/Séance 15.19
Room/Salle : EDC 284
SERG-GRÉS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Science in Early Childhood (Pre-K to Grade 3)
Re-defining professional learning and practice in primary science: An
Activity Theory analysis
Karen Goodnough (Memorial), Keith Power (Memorial)
The four causes of children's technology and engineering in science
classrooms
Mijung Kim (Alberta), Wolff-Michael Roth (Victoria)
A Case Study Exploring the Regulatory Questions asked by Early Childhood
Education Teachers to their Students
Rebecca Edwards (Victoria), Lindsay McCardle (Victoria), Allyson Hadwin
(Victoria), Todd Milford (Victoria), Christine Tippett (Ottawa)
Environmental Education in Kindergarten: The Turtle Who wanted to Fly
Barbara McMillan (Manitoba)
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Session/Séance 15.20
Room/Salle : EDC 255
TATE-TFEE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Creating empowering learning spaces through the use of digital
technologies
Designing a Makerspace with Youth: Ways, Means, Ends, and Beginnings
Paula MacDowell (UBC)
The Collective Learning Paradigm and ICT in Teacher Education
Robert Campbell (UBC)
Investigating in-service teachers' self-efficacy for teaching with technology
during a collaborative action research project
Katelyn Scott (Brock)
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31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 16.01
CACS-ACÉC
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 171
Hacking Curriculum Theory: Refracting the Past Toward Digital Futurities
Nicholas Ng-A-Fook (Ottawa), Linda Radford (Ottawa), Walter Gershon
(Kent State), Bryant Griffith (College of Education, TAMUCC), Margaret
Bérci (School of Education College of Staten Island), Ian Winchester
(Calgary)
Session/Séance 16.02
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 384
Creativity and Education: A Poet's Meditation
Carl Leggo (UBC)
Becoming Transdisciplinary
Brent Davis (Calgary), Veronika Clarke (Calgary)
Where Metaphors Might Roam: Aesthetic Experience and Associative Play
as Paths to Analogical Attention
Michael Lockett (SFU)
Session/Séance 16.03
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Association Roundtables
Tables rondes des associations
1A:: CAEP-ACP
Deciding Who is "At-Risk" in the Early Learning Classroom: A Literature
Review of Best Practices and Current Methods
Suzanne Gooderham (Ottawa)
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31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 16.03
Association Roundtables
Tables rondes des associations
1B:: CAEP-ACP
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Teachers' Understanding of Attachment Paradigms in Centre Based Care
Margaret MacDonald (SFU), Janine Hostettler Schärer (SFU)
2A:: CAEP-ACP
Four secondary teachers' perspectives on enhancing the inclusion of
exceptional students
Kyle Robinson (Queen's), Nancy Hutchinson (Queen's)
2B:: CAEP-ACP
Who is failing the provincial reading test in Ontario?
Edith van der Boom (Toronto)
3A:: CAEP-ACP
The Ratty Shoe Case: When and Why Do Chinese Youth Consider Taking
Compassionate Action as a Good and Bad Idea?
Xu Zhao (Calgary), Robert Selman (Harvard University)
3B:: CAEP-ACP
Friendships in Inclusive Drama, Dance and Visual Arts Environments
Between Youth with Mixed Abilities - In Dialogue with One Another
Lorna Sutherland (Alberta)
4A:: CAEP-ACP
Counselling Clients Who are Gifted
Sal Mendaglio (Calgary)
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31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Association Roundtables
Tables rondes des associations
Session/Séance 16.03
4B:: CAEP-ACP
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
A literature review research project: Bringing together early reading and
teacher learning and change research
Michael Fairbrother (Ottawa)
5A:: CAREC-ACRPS
Re/Creating Worldviews with Children
Michelle Gray (Regina)
5B:: CAREC-ACRPS
Multiliteracies for Young Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CLD)
Children: Literature Review
Xing Meng (Western), Mi Song Kim (Western)
6A:: CAREC-ACRPS
Getting the Support You Need: An Investigation into a Pilot Induction
Program for Early Childhood Educators in British Columbia
Laura Doan (TRU)
6B: CAREC-ACRPS
Parental role in prevention of chronic absenteism in early elementary
school
Michelle Nilson (SFU), Margarita Karpilovski (Surrey Schools (SD36))
6C:: CAREC-ACRPS
Fairy Tales: Not So Happily Ever After?
Miranda MacDougall (Brock)
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31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Association Roundtables
Tables rondes des associations
Session/Séance 16.03
7A:: CASEA-ACÉAS
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Leading Teacher Learning: Implementing a Professional Learning Model
Lori Cooper (Calgary)
7B:: CASEA-ACÉAS
Understanding the Lived Experience of the Principal: Leading Professional
Learning to Enhance Professional Practice
Lori Pamplin (Calgary)
7C:: CASEA-ACÉAS
Educational Administration and LGBTQ Educators: Outlining New
Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes Necessary for the 21st Century
Tonya Callaghan (Calgary), Robert Mizzi (Manitoba)
8A:: CATE-ACFE
Borderlands of Possibility: An Interpretive Case Study Exploring the
Construction of Professional Identity with Intern Teachers
Sharon Allan (Medicine Hat College)
8B:: CATE-ACFE
L'inclusion et l'encadrement des finissants de l'immersion française à une
université francophone de l'Ouest : Les compétences linguistiques et
socio-affectives
Krystyna Baranowski (St-Boniface/Manitoba), Sylvie Berthelot Dilk (StBoniface)
9A:: CATE-ACFE
Exploring Teaching Conceptualization of Pre-Service Teachers Through
Creative Drama
Derya Kici (Toronto)
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Association Roundtables
Tables rondes des associations
Session/Séance 16.03
9B:: CATE-ACFE
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
How's That Working for You? The examination of preservice teachers'
preparation to teach language arts to elementary students
Sherry Woitte (Medicine Hat College)
10A:: CATE-ACFE
Struggle, tension and community building: Toward a critical capacity for
teaching marginalized populations
Paul Betts (Winnipeg), Lee Anne Block (Winnipeg), Cathy Smith (Brandon)
10B:: CATE-ACFE
Teacher Professional Development and Self-Regulated Learning
Chloe Weir (Western)
11A:: CATE-ACFE
Out In The Cold: Addressing rural teachers' lack of knowledge on LGBT
topics
Anthony Jeethan (Lakehead)
11B:: CATE-ACFE
Wild Teacher Education: Outdoor learning, Teacher Education and the BC
Context
Hartley Banack (UBC)
12A:: CATE-ACFE
Understanding the Perceptions of New Teachers as They Construct Their
Understanding of Teaching
Christie Petersen (Manitoba)
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31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Association Roundtables
Tables rondes des associations
Session/Séance 16.03
12B:: CATE-ACFE
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
My grandparents used to flirt right there!: Active and experiential learning
for novice teacher professional efficacy across cultures
Verna McDonald (UNBC), Ed Harrison (UNBC)
13A:: TATE-TFEE
Elementary Artists as Scientists: Educational Technology as a Catalyst
David Cloutier (Mount Royal), Norm Vaughan (Mount Royal)
13B:: TATE-TFEE
The Development of Online Teaching Capacity: perspectives of instructors,
academic leaders, and educational developers
Luciano da Rosa dos Santos (Calgary)
14A:: TATE-TFEE
Literacy with ICT K-12 in Manitoba: Implementation from the Grassroots-Teacher Education
Eva Brown (Calgary/ Red River College), Michele Jacobsen (Calgary)
14B:: TATE-TFEE
Social Media for Teaching and Learning in a Rural Canadian School
Michael Nantais (Brandon)
14C:: TATE-TFEE
Le développement des compétences numériques à l'école et à l'université
: souhaits VS réalité (Bilingual/Bilingue)
Manon LeBlanc (Moncton)
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31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Association Posters
Présentations visuelles des associations
Session/Séance 16.04
CAEP-ACP
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Universal Psychological Needs Satisfaction and Thriving in General
Classroom Teachers
Newsha Ziaian-Ghafari (Queen's)
CAEP-ACP
A Graphic Portrayal of Assistive Technology Use within the Framework of
Universal Design for Learning
Christine Careen (Memorial), Gabrielle Young, PhD (Memorial)
CAEP-ACP
La qualité des interactions dans les classes d'éducation préscolaire et les
fonctions exécutives des enfants de cinq ans
Stéphanie Duval (UQAC), Caroline Bouchard (Laval)
CAEP-ACP
Reconceptualizing the educational support for students with Learning
Disabilities in the Classroom
Ian Matheson (Queen's), Kyle Robinson (Queen's), Derek Berg (Queen's)
CAEP-ACP
Executive Functioning and Working Memory in Children with an Arithmetic
Disability
Pamela McDonald (Queen's), Derek Berg (Queen's)
CATE-ACFE
A Longitudinal Study of Prospective Teachers' Critical Thinking: Case-Based
Pedagogy
Lorenzo Cherubini (Brock)
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31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Association Posters
Présentations visuelles des associations
Session/Séance 16.04
CATE-ACFE
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Mentoring in the Graduate Diploma Program: Support Structures and
Resources for Community Building
Paula Rosehart (SFU)
CATE-ACFE
Exploring the Design Process and Components of an Elementary Literacy
Guide in an Ontario School Board Initiative
Krissa Donahue (Brock)
CATE-ACFE
Post-Pre Assessment of the Effectiveness of a Two-Year Graduate Diploma
Program in Arts Education
Paula Howarth (SFU)
TATE-TFEE
"You totally invaded my privacy miss!" "But Joey, your Instagram account
is public!" Stories from the classroom about youth media practices,
privacy, and identity.
Giuliana Cucinelli (Concordia), Junesse Christianns (Concordia)
TATE-TFEE
Designing a Quality Graduate Supervision MOOC For Faculty Development
Hawazen Alharbi (Calgary/ King Abdulaziz University), Michele Jacobsen
(Calgary)
TATE-TFEE
Understanding The Nature of Out-of-School-In-School Technological Divide
in Uganda
Stella Namae (UBC)
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31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 16.05
Room/Salle : EDT 450
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Pedagogy and Learning
Chair/Prés. : Anthony Di Mascio (Bishop’s)
Working to Experience: Precarity and Pedagogy in the Cultural Industry
Elizabeth Sarjeant (SFU)
Christianity, Apostasy, and Curriculum Crises: Education in Fourth Century
Byzantium
Theodore Christou (Queen's)
Revisiting Student-centered and Teacher-centered Pedagogy by the
Comparative Studies of Deconstruction and Daoism
Jing Mao (Victoria)
Session/Séance 16.06
Room/Salle : EDC 388
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
CASEA CRC Lecture
Chair/Prés. : Gus Riveros
Promising Directions for Bridging Macro-Micro and Research-Policy
Divides
Scott Davies (OISE-UT)
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Session/Séance 16.07
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Poster/Affiche
Room/Salle : EDC 386
Perceptions and teaching practices of Inuktitut teachers regarding the
instruction on the structure of the language and the use of corrective
feedback
Maria-Lourdes Lira Gonzales (UQAT)
Poster/Affiche
Moving the Mountain: An alternative educational program for young
Aboriginal women
Stacey Keeler (Alberta), Diane Conrad, Jacquie Pei, Chelsea Hobbs, Aamena
Kapasi
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Pedagogies of Settler-Indigenous Alliance-building in the Post-Secondary
Classroom
Lisa Taylor (Bishop's), Lyne Davis (Trent), Lindsay Morcom (Queen's), Chris
Hiller (Algoma)
Session/Séance 16.08
Room/Salle : EDC 287
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Social Justice Education
Breaking Barriers and Crossing Boundaries: Research in Social Justice
Teacher Education in Canada
Catherine McGregor (Victoria), Allyson Fleming (Victoria), David Monk
(Victoria)
Unresolved: An Investigation on the Stubbornly Persistent Deficit Thinking
Manu Sharma (Toronto)
Effect of Islamophobia on Current Teachers' Teaching Practices
Afshan Amjad (Alberta)
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31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
Session/Séance 16.09
Room/Salle : EDC 278
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Language Learning
Preparing Pre-service Teachers to Teach English Language Learners: Case
study of a Teacher Education Program
Guofang Li (UBC)
"Figure it out for yourself!"•: Feedback that makes a difference for future
FSL teachers' language learning
June Starkey (OISE-UT)
Engaging Teacher Candidates in Intercultural Competence Activities in
English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Class Preparation: Experiences from
Action Research in Colombia.
Yecid Ortega (OISE-UT), Liliana Guarnizo (Universidad Antonio Narino)
Session/Séance 16.10
CCPA-ACPC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 156
The Interdisciplinary Disability & Inclusion Research Collaborative: Origins
& Evolution
Pamela Richardson (Royal Roads), Leyton Schnellert (UBC - Okanagan),
Rachelle Hole (UBC -Okanagan), Earllene Roberts (UBC -Okanagan), Sara
McDonald (UBC -Okanagan), Jewelles Smith (UBC -Okanagan), Assunta
Rosal (UBC- Okanagan)
Extracting Value from Oppression: Dilemmas in Qualitative Research
Gulzar R. Charania (Toronto)
Uncomfortable by Design: Whiteness, Vulnerability and Reconciliation in
the classroom
Michael Cappello (Regina), Claire Kreuger (Prairie South School Division)
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31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 16.11
CERA-ACCÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 057
Transcultural Competence as Transformative Learning that Fosters an
Inclusive Society
Sinela Jurkova (Calgary)
Using interviewing and arts-based methods as complementary qualitative
methods in a mixed-methods research framework to study transmale
youth
Michel Lévesque (Alberta), André Grace (Alberta), Jeffrey Hankey (Alberta),
Clarissa Cheong (Alberta)
Queering the Survey: Developing a Questionnaire to Explore How Sexual
and Gender Minority Youth Grow into Resilience as an Intricate Process
Jeffrey Hankey (Alberta), Andre Grace (Alberta), Michel Levesque (Alberta),
Clarissa Cheong (Alberta)
Session/Séance 16.12
CIESC-SCÉCI
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
Experiences of internationalization: Staff in 'third space'
Kumari Beck (SFU), Roumi Ilieva (SFU), Chelsey Laird (SFU), Camila Miranda
(SFU), Kazem Zabihollahi (SFU)
Session/Séance 16.13
CPES-SCPÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 276
Questioning the Stakes of Nostalgic and Utopian Thought in Education
Eleonora Joensuu (SFU)
Education and the Pathos of Wonder: Arendt's Limiting and Enabling Sense
of Wonder
Mario Di Paolantonio (York)
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Session/Séance 16.14
LLRC-ACCLL
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDT 202
Textes multimodaux en contextes majoritaires et minoritaires
francophones canadiens / Multimodal texts in Francophone minority and
majority contexts in Canada (Bilingual/Bilingue)
Geneviève Brisson (UBC), Amélie Lemieux (McGill), Nathalie Lacelle
(UQAM), Sara Schroeter (UBC)
Session/Séance 16.15
Room/Salle : EDC 284
SERG-GRÉS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Strategies for Teaching Science Methods Courses
A Study of Impact of Science Methods Courses on Teacher Candidates'
Self-efficacy in Teaching Science and Their Interest in Becoming a Science
Teacher
George Zhou (Windsor)
Collaboratively designing and implementing a STEM Education course
Krista Francis (Calgary), Sharon Friesen (Calgary), Dianne Gereluk
(Calgary), Armando Paulino Preciado Babb (Calgary), Pratim Sengupta
(Calgary), Gabriela Alonso-Yanez (Calgary), Lissa D'Amour (Calgary), Miwa
Takeuchi (Calgary), Dianne Dodsworth (Calgary), Gina Cherkowki (Calgary),
Jeff Turner (Calgary), Mary-Anne Mitchell-Pellett (Calgary), Polly Knowlton
Cockett (Calgary), Sandy Last (Calgary)
Methods and Strategies: Using Technology to Connect Theory and Practice
and Encourage Learning Communities in Science Education Graduate
Courses
Jerine Pegg (Alberta)
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Session/Séance 16.16
Room/Salle : EDC 255
SSTEP-GAMFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Self-study and Identity
Finding our voices: Teacher education as resistance, resilience and
restoration
Leyton Schnellert (UBC-Okanagan), Kim Ondrik (Vernon School District),
Danica Hardy (Vernon School District), Tyler Cernak (Central Okanagan
School District)
Locating who (I am) in what (I) do: An autoethnography of a teacher
educator
Lisa Starr (McGill)
DisPlacing Myself: Decolonizing a Settler Teacher-Educator
Emily Root (Cape Breton University)
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Session/Séance 17.01
CSSE AGM | AGA de la SCÉÉ
Room/Salle : EDC 388
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12:15 – 1:15 P.M. / 12 h 15 – 13h 15
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 18.01
CACS AGM | AGA de l'ACÉC
Room/Salle : EDC 171
Session/Séance 18.02
CCGSE AGM | AGA du CCÉDÉ
Room/Salle : EDC 287
Session/Séance 18.03
CIESC AGM | AGA de la SCÉCI
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
Session/Séance 18.04
Room/Salle : Education
Tent
Werklund School of Education
Social Event/Événement social
Werklund School of Education barbeque lunch
Werklund School of Education barbeque lunch: Werklund School of
Education is hosting a barbeque lunch for CSSE delegates.
(There will be seating for approximately 200 people and boxed lunches for
approximately 250 people.)
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TIMESLOT 19 / PÉRIODE 19
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 19.01
Room/Salle : EDC 287
ACDE-ACDÉ
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Chair/Prés. : Jennifer Tupper (Regina)
Responding to the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action: A conversation
for education
Cathy Bruce (Trent), Sharon Murray (St. Thomas), Rebecca Luce-Kapler
(Queen's), Lindsay Morcom (Queen's), Dennis Sumara (Calgary), Jennifer
Tupper (Regina)
Session/Séance 19.02
ARTS-SCEA
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 173
Indigenous Métissage: Art, Ecological Activism, Education, and Place
Greg Lowan-Trudeau (Calgary), Vicki Kelly (SFU)
Breaking the line: Using poetry and hybrid texts to enhance students'
literacy development
Adam Vincent (UBC)
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TIMESLOT 19 / PÉRIODE 19
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 19.03
CACS Presidential Panel
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 171
Community, Cosmopolitanism and Creativity: On the Mobility of Shared
Time and Curricular Conversation (A Series of Moderated Discussions)
Chair/Prés. : Cathryn van Kessel (Alberta)
Kent den Heyer (Alberta), Kristina Llewellyn (Waterloo)
Chair/Prés. : Lauren Jervis (York)
Catherine Burwell (Calgary), Jennifer Jenson (York)
Chair/Prés. : Kiera Brant (Ottawa)
Dwayne Donald (Alberta), Timothy Stanley (Ottawa)
Chair/Prés. : Mitchell McLarnon (McGill)
Suzanne de Castell (UOIT), Nicholas Ng-A-Fook (Ottawa)
Session/Séance 19.04
Room/Salle : EDC 156
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Issues in literacy education
The effects of diagnostic feedback intervention on the literacy skills of
struggling learners
Edith van der Boom (Toronto), Eunice Jang (Toronto)
Reflections on Construction of a Cognitive Diagnostic Reading Assessment
Junli Wei (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)
Reading with expression: Mapping the role of prosodic awareness in early
reading achievement.
Jessica Chan (Queen's)
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1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 19.05
Room/Salle : EDC 152
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Exploring cognition in learning
Examination of Ontario Teachers' Beliefs and Understandings of
Metacognition in Elementary Science Education
Heather Braund (Queen's)
Cognitive learning outcomes in elementary students as a function of
multimodal science and literacy integration
Tiffany Gallagher (Brock), Xavier Fazio (Brock)
Session/Séance 19.06
Room/Salle : EDT 450
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Histories of Teachers and Teaching
Chair/Prés. : Amy von Heyking (Lethbridge)
From Challenging Times Comes Opportunity: The 1930s and Teachers' First
Steps in Gaining Increased Job Security
Catherine Broom (UBC - Okanagan)
An Analysis of Records of New Brunswick Teachers with Third Class
Certificates
Frances Helyar (Lakehead (Orillia))
The 'Bionic Beaver', SchoolNet, and Laptops: Computer Technology and
the Growth of School-business partnerships, 1980s-2000s
Catherine Gidney (STU)
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TIMESLOT 19 / PÉRIODE 19
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 19.07
Room/Salle : EDC 370
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Governance
Chair/Prés. : Jon Young
Alberta School Principals' Use of Professional Portfolios in Teacher Hiring
Darron Kelly (Lethbridge), Stephanie Hancock (Lethbridge), Elizabeth
Hodgson (Lethbridge)
An Examination of School Board Leadership in Ontario
Sachin Maharaj (OISE-UT)
Urban District Reform for Equity: The Case of the Model Schools for Inner
Cities Program in the Toronto District School Board
Vidya Shah (OISE-UT)
"We're all in the same ball pit"• : Organizational Structures and
Mircopolitics in Teachers' Organized Work
Rachael Nicholls (OISE-UT)
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TIMESLOT 19 / PÉRIODE 19
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 19.08
Room/Salle : EDC 284
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Higher Education
Chair/Prés. : Marc Basque
Mapping the Current Offerings of Leadership Development in Higher
Education
Donald Scott (Calgary), Shelleyann Scott (Calgary), Linda Dudar (St Mary's),
Abdoulaye Anne (Laval)
La gouvernance des institutions universitaires : Les défis de la fonction de
doyen de faculté ou de directeur d'institut universitaire assimilé à un
décanat (Bilingual/Bilingue)
Abdoulaye Anne (Laval)
Understanding Universities and the Complexities of Formal Academic
Leadership: A Review of the Literature
Shelley Scott (Calgary), Donald Scott (Calgary), Linda Dudar (St Mary's),
Abdoulaye Anne (Laval), Kathryn Dixon (Curtin University)
Exploring Leadership Process for Social Innovation In and Through Higher
Education
Peter Milley (Ottawa)
Session/Séance 19.09
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 386
The Self-Portrait: A Narrative Inquiry into the Experiences of an Indigenous
Post-secondary Student
Trudy Cardinal (Alberta), Shelby Wolfe-Goulet ()
Storied way of learning science and exploring the possibilities: filmmaking
in education.
Alena Kottova (Victoria)
Whiteness and Land in Indigenous Education in Canadian Teacher
Education
Alexa Scully (Lakehead)
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TIMESLOT 19 / PÉRIODE 19
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 19.10
Room/Salle : EDT 202
CASWE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Women in the Academy I: The (Gendered) Student Experience
Motivated to Speak: Being a Woman in Academia
Rae van Beers (Calgary), Sonia Aujla-Bhullar (Calgary)
Case study: Why did you quit? A female international Ph.D. student
dropped out school in a Canadian university
Yan Gao (Victoria)
Embracing Lived Multiplicities as Diverse Women and Beginning Narrative
Inquirers
Dorit Redlich-Amirav (Alberta), Jinny Menon (Alberta), Muna Saleh
(Alberta), Hiroko Kubota (Alberta)
Session/Séance 19.11
Room/Salle : EDC 260
CATE-ACFE
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
CATE francophone panel/Colloque francophone de l'ACFE
CATE Francophone Panel: Discussion ouverte sur la place de la recherche
en français, ses difficultés et les solutions qui pourraient y être apportées
(Discussion on the Challenges and Possibilities of Educational Research in
French)
Natalie Pender (Memorial)
Session/Séance 19.12
CATE-ACFE
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 280
Paving the Way: Transitions to PSE for Disabled Students
Neita Israelite (York), Karen Swartz (York), Eugenie Choi (York), Samahra
Zatzman (York), Kaeisha Gagnon (York)
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TIMESLOT 19 / PÉRIODE 19
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 19.13
CATE-ACFE
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 146b
"More than a big liberal hug": Building racial literacy through critical race
praxis in education
Rosalind Hampton (McGill), Ashley DeMartini (McGill), Lerona Lewis
(McGill), Philip Howard (McGill), Emily Yee Clare (McGill)
Session/Séance 19.14
CCGSE-CCÉÉCSÉ
Workshop/Atelier
Room/Salle : EDC 276
Personal Branding and Knowledge Mobilization
Jason Ribeiro (Calgary)
Session/Séance 19.15
CCPA-ACPC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 278
Hope Despite Hopelessness: Applied Theatre As Intervention In Lives Of
Urban Youth
Dirk J. Rodricks (OISE-UT), Kathleen Gallagher (OISE- UT)
Raising the silence through grassroots arts-based literacy practices: An
ethnographic case study of a community-engaged festival
Jing Li (SFU), Suzanne Smythe (SFU)
Rethinking environmental education: A Critical Animal Studies Perspective
Meneka Thirukkumaran (Calgary)
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TIMESLOT 19 / PÉRIODE 19
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 19.16
CERA-ACCÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 057
Frequency of bimodal classrooms in Ontario
Timothy Sibbald (Nipissing)
Benjamin D. Wright and his Contributions to the Rasch Model
Peter MacMillan (UNBC), Stefanie Sebok
Evaluation of Program Impacts in Education: Reconciling Views on Validity
Andrew Jaciw (Empirical Education Inc.)
Session/Séance 19.17
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
CIESC-SCÉCI
Bilingual Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Haiti Since the Earthquake / Haïti depuis le tremblement de terre:
Perspectives on Democracy, the Environment, and Education / Regards
sur la démocratie, sur l'environnement, et sur l'éducation
Disc./Comm.: Wayne Ross (UBC)
La vulnérabilité de l'environnement en Haïti comme produit de la
démocratie "mince", de la colonisation, et de l'injustice sociale /
Environmental Vulnerability in Haiti as a Product of Thin Democracy,
Colonization, and Social Injustice
Gina Thésée (UQAM)
Perspectives of Democracy and Its Role in Education Through the Eyes of
Members of the Montreal Haitian Diaspora
Paul Carr (UQO)
Democratic Possibilities in Education in Haiti During and After the
"Reconstruction"
Gary Pluim (Lakehead (Orillia))
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TIMESLOT 19 / PÉRIODE 19
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 19.18
CPES-SCPÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 255
Contrasting Views of Emotion in Learning: Alfred North Whitehead and
Jerome Bruner
Howard Woodhouse (Saskatchewan)
All Ryle'd Up; implications of Gilbert Ryle's key ideas for education
Sandra Bruneau (ABCDE Association of BC Deans of Education)
Session/Séance 19.19
LLRC AGM | AGA de l'ACCLL
Room/Salle : EDC 384
Session/Séance 19.20
Room/Salle : EDC 252
SERG-GRÉS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Aspects of Curriculum and Planning
Programming in K12 Science Classrooms: From the Teachers' Perspective
Pratim Sengupta (Calgary), Amy Farris (Vanderbilt), Amanda Dickes
(Vanderbilt University)
STEM education: Is this really our Sputnik moment? Connecting lessons
learned from Post-Sputnik science education reform to the present STEM
movement
Sharon Pelech (Lethbridge)
Instructional Time for Science in Elementary Schools
Allison Dow (Brock)
Influencing factors on curriculum policy in an era of increased
accountability, surveillance and regulation
Marietta Bloch (Independent Scholar)
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TIMESLOT 20 / PÉRIODE 20
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 20.01
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 171
When Mindset Meets Practice: Narratively Deconstructing Unconscious
Assumptions of Poverty and Mental Health in Secondary School Education
Darlene Ciuffetelli Parker (Brock)
Brief Focused Inquiry: Metaphor as a framework for small-scale research
studies
Bernard Andrews (Ottawa)
Session/Séance 20.02
CACS-ACÉC
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDT 450
Complicating Care, Humility, & Love in Contemplative & Transformative
Curriculum
Claudia Eppert (Alberta), Cynthia Stratulat (Alberta), Robert Piazza
(Alberta), Karen Jacobsen (Alberta)
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TIMESLOT 20 / PÉRIODE 20
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 20.03
Room/Salle : EDC 156
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Social-emotional learning in teacher education
Reflections on circling as a pedagogical tool to build teachers' socialemotional competencies
Karen Bouchard (Ottawa), Trista Hollweck (Ottawa), David Smith (Ottawa),
Ruth Kane (Ottawa)
Is it fair to require students in education classified as alexthymic to
complet a course on the development of metaemotional competencies?
René Langevin (Alberta), Angélique Laurent (Sherbrooke)
«I can do this! »: Motivation and feedback for future FSL teachers
June Starkey (OISE-UT)
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
Session/Séance 20.04
Room/Salle : EDC 152
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Issues in counsellor education
Medicalizing influences and tensions within Canadian Counsellor
Education
Tom Strong (Calgary)
Engaging the Reflexive Self: The Role of Reflective Practice in Counsellor
Education and Professional Identity Development
Toupey Luft (City University of Seattle in Canada), Robert Roughley (City
University of Seattle in Canada)
Using the Repertory Grid to explore changes on the personal and
professional construction of counselling trainees: a Longitudinal Study
Gloria Dada Sanchez (Calgary)
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TIMESLOT 20 / PÉRIODE 20
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 20.05
CAFE AGM | AGA de l'ACÉFÉ
Room/Salle : EDC 179
Session/Séance 20.06
Room/Salle : EDC 370
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
International Education
Chair/Prés. : Bonnie Stelmach
Exploring the Canadian Curriculum Schools Overseas: Transnational
Teacher and Administrator Perspectives on Teacher Work and Identity
Robert Mizzi (Manitoba), Alysha Sloane (Brandon)
So many children left behind: discourses of Gabonese youth on schooling
Christine Immongault (Laval), Claire Lapointe (Laval)
A Qualitative Study of the Impact of Campus Services on Chinese
International Students' Competency with Interpersonal Communication
Jingzhou Liu (Calgary)
Schools at the Centre: Lessons from Administrators
Zeenat Janmohamed (George Brown College), Kerry McCuaig (OISE- UT)
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TIMESLOT 20 / PÉRIODE 20
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 20.07
Room/Salle : EDC 284
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Leadership for Social Justice
Chair/Prés. : Jane Preston
Revisiting Parentocracy: A phenomenon that leads to educational
advantage for the middle class, to social reproduction and to challenges
for school principals
Corinne Barrett DeWiele (University of Manitoba/Saint-Boniface), Jason
Edgerton (Manitoba)
The Art of War: Five Fundamentals in Social Justice Leadership
Fei Wang (UBC)
Strategy and Emotion in Social Justice Leadership
Jim Ryan (OISE-UT), Stephanie Tuters (OISE- UT)
The Effect of the School Principal in Creating an Inclusive School Culture
during Times of Change and Challenge
Ayodeji Osiname (Brandon)
Session/Séance 20.08
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 386
The Nationalistic Impulse: How Primary and Secondary Schools Reflect the
Canadian Indigenous Experience
Frank Deer (Manitoba)
Indigeneity in the Virtual spaces
Sandra Styres (OISE-UT), Dawn Zinga (Brock)
Autochthonous education: moving deeper into 'indigenizing' by
considering ontos
Christopher Beemanc (Brandon), Robert Hamilton (Brandon)
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TIMESLOT 20 / PÉRIODE 20
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31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
Session/Séance 20.09
Room/Salle : EDC 287
CASWE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Women in the Academy II: The (Gendered) Professor Experience
Part-time female professors' experiences in hiring in higher education
Elida Sanchez Cruz (Colegio de Veracruz), Jose Luis Soto Ortiz (Colegio de
Veracruz)
Women Reflect on Being Well in Academia: Tensions and Supports
Michelle Kilborn (Memorial), Gabrielle Young, Saiqa Azam, Cecile
Badenhorst, Karen Goodnough, Leah Lewis, Xuemei Li, Heather McLeod,
Sylvia Moore, Sharon Penney, Sarah Pickett
Women and adult education: Knowing their place?
Katherine Sanford (Victoria), Darlene Clover (Victoria), Nina Morgan
(Independent), Shauna Butterwick (UBC), Nancy Taber (Brock)
Unfinished business in the academy: Women, men, family, tenure and
promotion
Lynn Thomas (Sherbrooke)
Session/Séance 20.10
CATE-ACFE
Room/Salle : EDC 280
CATE Keynote
Dimensions of Teaching
Sharon Friesen (Calgary)
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TIMESLOT 20 / PÉRIODE 20
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31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 20.11
CCGSE-CCÉÉCSÉ
Workshop/Atelier
Room/Salle : EDC 276
Naviguer la double identité de professeure-doctorante - ABD and
Professor: Navigating the double identity
Joanne Lehrer (UQO), Catherine Nadon (UQO), Stéphanie Duval (UQAC),
Julie Bergeron (UQO)
Session/Séance 20.12
CCPA-ACPC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 278
From Reticence to Resistance: Exploring Educators' Engagement with
Indigenous Environmental Activism
Gregory Lowan-Trudeau (Calgary)
Becoming-political in cramped spaces: Adult learning, media assemblages
and environmental movements
Marcelina Piotrowski (UBC)
Creating appropriate Indigenous content: Decolonization training
programs in Poplar Hill First Nation
Brian Beaton (UNB)
Session/Séance 20.13
CERA-ACCÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 057
The Evolving Culture of Large-Scale Assessment on Prince Edward Island
Yan (Lizzie) Yan (UPEI), Tess Miller (UPEI)
Assessing and reporting Learning Skill and Work Habits: A cross-Canada
survey
Stefan Merchant (Queen's), Don Klinger (Queen's), Alexander Love
(Queen's)
Impact of a high-stakes test on education: Evidence from public media
Yi Mei (Queen's), Liying Cheng (Queen's)
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TIMESLOT 20 / PÉRIODE 20
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 20.14
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
CIESC-SCÉCI
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Dynamics of Marketization, Ethics and Plurilingualism in China’s
Contemporary Education
Changes in Parent-Teacher Relationship under China's Market Economy
Yan Guo (Calgary), Xueqin Wu (Calgary), Xiaoli Liu (Calgary)
Interpretations and practices of social sciences research ethics in China:
Perspectives of faculty members
Bailing Zhang (Western), Dongyan Blachford (Regina)
Plurilingualism and English as Foreign Language Education: Exploring the
Strategies
Meilan Piao Ehlert (SFU), Simon Xianri Zheng (Yanbian University (China))
Session/Séance 20.15
LLRC-ACCLL
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 173
Tuning out, tuning in and fine-tuning: Video inquiry for multimodal
formative assessment
Mary Ott (Western)
Grade Ten Students' Agentic Engagement Within Project-Based Learning
Selvi Roy (UPEI)
Improving language learning: A new modality combining regular classes
with autonomous learning.
Patricia Houde (Universidad de Guanajuato/McGill), Emily Marzin
(Universidad de Guanajuato), Fabian Steuernagel (Universidad de
Guanajuato)
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TIMESLOT 20 / PÉRIODE 20
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 20.16
Room/Salle : EDC 255
SERG-GRÉS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Teaching and Learning in Science
Science learning environments and innovation: Towards a better
understanding
Xavier Fazio (Brock)
Exemplification in Science Instruction: Teaching and Learning through
Examples
Adam Brown (Ottawa), Alandeom Oliveira (State University of New York at
Albany)
Perspectives Underlying Students' Understanding of Choking Through
Web-Based Learning Experiences
Samson Nashon (UBC), Douglas Adler (UBC), Sandra Scott (UBC), Jeffrey
Ludemann (UBC)
Impact Analysis of LabMS on Student Laboratory Learning, Collaboration,
and Engagement
Joseph Engemann (Brock)
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TIMESLOT 21 / PÉRIODE 21
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 21.01
ARTS-SCEA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDT 202
Writing Art and Life with Hélène Cixous: A Paris Studio Residency
Nane Jordan (University of Paris 8), Barbara Bickel (Southern Illinois
University)
Session/Séance 21.02
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 171
Understanding Parent Expectations of Mathematics Curriculum
Janelle McFeetors (Alberta), Lynn McGarvey (Alberta), Yin Yin (Alberta),
Eliza Pinnegar (Alberta)
Education and exacerbation/prevention of conflict: The role of curricula,
pedagogy and textbooks
Muhammad Naseem (Concordia)
Session/Séance 21.03
Room/Salle : EDC 280
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Supporting student mental health
Understanding How Sexual Gender Minority Youth Grow into Resilience:
Findings from a Pilot Study
Clarissa Cheong (Alberta), André Grace (Alberta), Jeffrey Hankey (Alberta),
Michel Lévesque (Alberta)
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TIMESLOT 21 / PÉRIODE 21
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 21.04
Room/Salle : EDC 370
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Learning and Schools
Chair/Prés. : Kurt Clausen (Nipissing)
Energizing Contentious Public Debate: Ontario's Revised Sex Education
Curriculum, Youth Sexualities, and Community and Parental Consent
Jessica Wright (OISE-UT), Lauren Bialystok (OISE- UT)
Fixed Game Consultations and the Rural Sociological Imagination: A
Review of the Nova Scotia School Review Process
Jennifer Tinkham (Saskatchewan), Michael Corbett (University of
Tasmania)
Session/Séance 21.05
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 386
Early Career Teachers, Teacher Identity, and Aboriginal Education Across
Institutions
Brooke Madden (UBC)
"Implementing policy is very complicated"•: Tracing the strategic and
relational practices of the Ontario FNMI policy framework through the
stories shared by educators
Sarah Burm (Western)
The Aboriginal Enhancement Schools Network: Transformational
Leadership in Action
Catherine McGregor (Victoria)
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4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 21.06
CATE-ACFE
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 287
Students Discovering Diversity: Teacher Preparation for Social Justice
Tonya Callaghan (Calgary), Mairi McDermott (Calgary), Marlon Simmons
(Calgary), Miwa Takeuchi (Calgary)
Session/Séance 21.07
CATE-ACFE
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 255
Canadian Research in Initial Teacher Education: Where We Are "“ Where
We Could Go
Thomas Falkenberg (Manitoba), Enrique Correa Molina (Sherbrooke),
Frank Deer (Manitoba), David Dillon (McGill), Karen Goodnough
(Memorial), Mark Hirschkorn (UNB), Julian Kitchen (Brock), Catherine
McGregor (Victoria), Jodi Nickel (Mount Royal), Anne Phelan (UBC), Tom
Russell (Queen’s), Clea Schmidt (Manitoba), Elizabeth Smyth (Toronto),
Lynn Thomas (Sherbrooke), Jon Young (Manitoba)
Session/Séance 21.08
Room/Salle : EDC 278
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Professional Learning
Considering the Potential of K-12 Teacher Education to Foster A More
Generous Attitude Toward Vocational Education and Training
Deb Carter (UBC), Susan Crichton (UBC)
Beyond the Workshop: A Case Study of the Professional Learning of a
Mid-Career Elementary Music Teacher
Jody Stark (Alberta)
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TIMESLOT 21 / PÉRIODE 21
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 21.09
Room/Salle : The Den,
MacEwan Hall
Session/Séance 21.10
CCGSE/CCÉÉCSÉ
Social Event/Événement social
CCGSE/CCÉÉCSÉ Reception (the event will start at 6pm)
CCPA-ACPC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 156
Hackucation's neoliberal complicities and 'neoLuddite' digital humanities
potential
Lisa Taylor (Bishop's), Catherine Burwell (Calgary)
Scaffolding for Enhanced Agentic Engagement Within Project-Based
Learning
Selvi Roy (UPEI)
Session/Séance 21.11
Room/Salle : EDC 057
CERA-ACCÉ
Special Event/Événement spécial
CERA Graduate Student Session | Séance pour l'étudiants dipômés de
l'ACCÉ
Getting Published: A Panel on Academic and Alternative Publishing Venues
and How to Leverage them Effectively
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TIMESLOT 21 / PÉRIODE 21
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 21.12
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
CIESC-SCÉCI
Bilingual multi-paper/Plusieurs communications bilingue
Challenges of Access, Diversity and Perseverance in Higher Education /
Les défis de l'accès, la diversité et la persévérance dans l'enseignement
supérieur
Post-Secondary Access and Marginalized Students in British Columbia and
Ontario: A Comparative Analysis of Education Policies
Neila Miled (UBC), Annette Henry (UBC), Karen Robson (York), Rhonda
George (York)
Abandon et persistance d'étudiants haïtiens aux trois cycles universitaires
/ Abandonment and persistence of post-secondary study of Haitian
students
Chantale Jeanrie (Laval), Nathan Joachin (Université Autonome de Port-auPrince), Alix Délice (Université Autonome de Port-au-Prince), Wilfrid Azarre
(Laval)
The Diversity Gap: A comparison between Canadian military colleges and
civilian post-secondary institutions
Grazia Scoppio (Royal Military College of Canada), Ilka Luyt (Queen's)
Session/Séance 21.13
CPES-SCPÉ
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 276
Les éthiques enseignantes : du vertuisme au déontologique
Denis Jeffrey (Laval)
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TIMESLOT 21 / PÉRIODE 21
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 21.14
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
CSSE/SCÉÉ;CJE/RCÉ
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDT 450
40th Anniversary Panel and Wine & Cheese reception (until 7pm)
Chair/Prés. : Dr. Ted Hewitt (Social Sciences and Humanities Research
Council of Canada (SSHRC))
The Impact of Educational Research: Celebrating 40 Years of the Canadian
Journal of Education
Ted Hewit (SSHRC), Blye Frank (UBC), Fernand Gervais (Laval), Ann
Sherman (UNB), Fern Snart (Alberta), Dennis Sumara (Calgary)
Session/Séance 21.15
Room/Salle : The Atrium,
Administration Building
Session/Séance 21.16
Room/Salle : EDC 260
OISE
Social Event/Événement social
OISE Alumni & Partners Reception (from 6pm until 8pm) | Réception de
l'IÉPO des diplômés et partenaires (de 18h à 20h)
PHETE-GFEÉPS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Physical Education Teacher Education Programs
New Frontiers in PETE: Digital Knowledge Mobilization through Adobe
Connect
Wendy Barber (UOIT)
Mission unknown: Investigating the mission statements of physical
education and/or kinesiology academic units in Canada
Hayley Morrison (Alberta), Jenna Lorusso (Western)
Cultivating a Win-Win Opportunity: Engaging Pre-Service Teachers With
First Year University Students in an Authentic Learning Community
Nancy Francis (Brock), Marybeth Fortune (Brock)
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TIMESLOT 21 / PÉRIODE 21
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
31 May / Le 31 mai 2016
Session/Séance 21.17
SERG AGM | AGA du GRÉS
Room/Salle : EDC 284
Session/Séance 21.18
Room/Salle : Bianca
Room, MacEwan
Conference and Event
Centre
UBC
Social Event/Événement social
UBC Reception (from 6.30pm until 8pm) | Réception de l'UBC (de 18h30
à 20h30)
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TIMESLOT 22 / PÉRIODE 22
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 22.01
ARTS-SCEA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 384
Matrice disciplinaire de l'enseignement-apprentissage de l'art
postmoderne dans le cadre de la formation en arts visuels au collégial
Catherine Nadon (UQO)
Apple inside Apple: A story of novice teacher-educator in a collaborative
teaching team
Eun-Ji Amy Kim (McGill)
Session/Séance 22.02
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 276
"This is Your Brain On Devices": A Close Reading of Media Accounts of
Children's Use of Digital Technologies
Linda Laidlaw (Alberta), Suzanna Wong (Alberta)
Towards a Pedagogy of Glitch: Disruptive meaning-making and the
revaluation of error
Kedrick James (UBC), Ernesto Peña (UBC), Liam Doherty (UBC)
Critical Media Education for Interrogating "Molson Multiculturalism"
Masayuki Iwase (UBC), Marc Higgins (UBC)
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TIMESLOT 22 / PÉRIODE 22
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 22.03
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 260
Modes of Being--Mobilizing Narrative Inquiry
Margaret Macintyre Latta (UBC - Okanagan), Leyton Schnellert (UBC Okanagan), Kim Ondrik (Vernon Community School), Murray Sasges
(Veronon Community School)
Divergent Perspectives on Arts Integration: Examining Elementary
Teachers’ Perceptions of their Integrative Practice
Paul Vernon (Queen's)
School-based youth participatory action research (yPAR): Opportunities
and dilemmas
Leila Angod (OISE-UT), Cristina Guerrero (TDSB/OISE- UT)
Session/Séance 22.04
Room/Salle : EDC 156
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Addressing exceptionalities in post-secondary settings
Double Time? Examining Extended Testing Time Accommodations (ETTA)
in Post-secondary Settings
Laurie Anne Vermette (Manitoba), Laura Sokal (Winnipeg)
Addressing the Fairness Question in Meeting the Needs of Post-Secondary
Students with Anxiety Disorders
Laura Sokal (Winnipeg)
The impact of fatigue on students who are deaf or hard of hearing (D/HH)
in educational settings: A pilot study.
Natalia Rohatyn-Martin (Alberta), Denyse Hayward (Alberta)
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TIMESLOT 22 / PÉRIODE 22
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 22.05
Room/Salle : EDC 172
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Supporting learning for students with exceptionalities
Learning Experiences of Gifted/ASD Students: Using a Success Case
Method
C. Owen Lo (UBC), I-Chen Wu (University of Arizona), Kuei-Fang Tsai
(National Pingtung University (Taiwan))
Individual Education Plan (IEP) Development for Children with
Developmental Disabilities in Ontario's Schools: A Narrative Case Study
Inquiry
Karen Gregory (Western)
The Success and Science behind the "Boxed Program"called PALS
Chris Mattatall (Lethbridge)
Session/Séance 22.06
Room/Salle : EDC 370
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Topics in Ed. Admin. III
Chair/Prés. : Ken Brien
Ethical leaders across borders: validating the Ethical Leadership
Questionnaire
Claire Lapointe (Laval), Lyse Langlois (Laval)
Advocacy Research and School Administrators: Is it a Problem?
Darryl Hunter (Alberta), Bonnie Stelmach (Alberta)
Four Interdisciplinary Principles for Leading Adaptable, Post Industrial Era
Education Systems
Eugene Kowch (Calgary)
CASEA guest BELMAS
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TIMESLOT 22 / PÉRIODE 22
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 22.07
Room/Salle : EDC 057
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Leadership outside the box
Chair/Prés. : Amy Burns
Professional development: A study of the career paths of graduates from
Manitoba Bachelor of Education programs
Jonathan Young (Manitoba), Jerome Cranston (Manitoba), Catherine
Neumann (Manitoba)
Supporting Beginning Teachers Through Induction and Mentoring: An
International Systematic Review
Keith Walker (Saskatchewan), Benjamin Kutsyuruba (Queen's), Lorraine
Godden (Queen's), Leigha Covell (Queen's), Ian Matheson (Queen's)
Using A Bio-ecological Model to Frame School Change
Richelle Marynowski (Lethbridge), Carmen Mombourquette (Lethbridge),
David Slomp (Lethbridge)
Voices of Racialized and Indigenous Leaders in Canadian Universities
Leena Yahia (TRU), Victoria Handford (TRU)
Session/Séance 22.08
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 386
From ostrich feathers to fishygoo: Group process and identity in First
Nations youths' scriptwriting.
Janice Victor (Lethbridge), Linda Goulet (First Nations University), Lacey
Eninew (Indigenous Peoples' Health Research Centre), Warren Linds
(Concordia), Jo-Ann Episkenew (Indigenous Peoples' Health Research
Centre)
Transforming education through relational Nehinuw (Cree) concepts
Keith Goulet (First Nations)
Identity development now and historically in one Indigenous context
Satoru Nakagawa (Winnipeg)
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TIMESLOT 22 / PÉRIODE 22
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 22.09
Room/Salle : EDC 287
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Social Studies Education
Mapping the silences: A study on Ontario history teacher candidates'
narratives of Canadian history
Christiana Fizet (University of Edinburgh)
Teacher preparedness for geography teaching: a national perspective.
Lynn Moorman (Mount Royal)
Session/Séance 22.10
CATE-ACFE
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 255
Diversifying the Canadian Teaching Force: Critical Conversations
Clea Schmidt (Manitoba), Robert Mizzi (Manitoba), Christine Cho
(Nipissing), Roumi Ilieva (SFU), Lilac Marom (SFU), Paula Rosehart (SFU)
Session/Séance 22.11
CCPA-ACPC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 171
Cultural Narcissism and its Implications for Curricular Studies
Jason Carreiro (SFU)
Sunny Ways, Justice, and Transformative Critical Pedagogy
Misha Abarbanel (OISE-UT)
Democracy and Its Discontents Critical Literacy across Global Contexts
Robert White (STFX), Karyn Cooper (OISE- UT)
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TIMESLOT 22 / PÉRIODE 22
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 22.12
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
CIESC-SCÉCI
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Globalization, Identity and Voice in Educational Change in China
How does global economic competition influence national education
reform and shape youth development in China?
Xu Zhao (Calgary)
Racial Identity and Chinese as a Foreign Language (CFL) Learning in China
Li Mao (Alberta)
Teachers' Voices On Adapting Western Language Pedagogy In One Chinese
College
Xi Wu (Western)
Session/Séance 22.13
CPES AGM | AGA de SCPÉ
Room/Salle : EDT 450
Session/Séance 22.14
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
LLRC-ACCLL
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 388
What's app? Negotiating the good, bad, and ugly of apps for (English and
other) language learning.
Heather Lotherington (York)
Exploring Complex Intertextual Interactions in Videogames: Connecting
Informal and Formal Education for Youth
Katherine Sanford (Victoria), Tim Hopper (Victoria), Jamie Burren (Victoria)
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TIMESLOT 22 / PÉRIODE 22
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 22.15
Room/Salle : EDC 280
SERG-GRÉS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Contemporary Issues in Science Education
Developing a Checklist for the Draw-a-Computer-Scientist Test (DACST):
Building on Draw-a-Scientist and Draw-an-Engineer (Bilingual/Bilingue)
Christine Tippett (Ottawa), Todd Milford (Victoria), Kaitlin Town (Ottawa)
Examination of Community of Inquiry-Based Indicators of Critical Thinking
in Archival Problem-Based Learning Online Discussions of Undergraduate
Science Learners.
Michael-Anne Noble (Victoria)
An etymological approach to the learning of scientific terminology: an
exploratory study on lexical access, knowledge transfer and meaningful
learning.
Giuliano Reis (Ottawa), Adam Brown (Ottawa)
Session/Séance 22.16
SSTEP-GAMFE
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 284
Teacher Educators' Journeys of Becoming
Julian Kitchen (Brock), Tom Russell (Queen's), Shawn Bullock (SFU), Susan
Elliott-Johns (Nipissing)
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TIMESLOT 22 / PÉRIODE 22
8:15 – 9:30 A.M. / 8 h 15 – 9 h 30
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 22.17
Room/Salle : EDC 278
TATE-TFEE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Online learning environments
Implementing Universal Design for Learning in Online Learning
Environments
Jennifer Lock (Calgary), Luciano da Rosa dos Santos (Calgary), Noha
Altowairiki (Calgary), Carol Johnson (Calgary), S. Laurie Hill (St Mary's),
Chris Ostrowski (Calgary)
"Sometimes They Completely Ignore Me:" Instructors' Perspectives on the
Interactions that Indicate a Sense of Community has Developed among
Online Learners
Krystle Phirangee (OISE-UT), Jim Hewitt (OISE-UT)
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TIMESLOT 23 / PÉRIODE 23
9:45 – 11:00 A.M. / 9 h 45 – 11h 00
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 23.01
Room/Salle : EDC 255
CAARE-ACRAÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Mad, I'm mad: Action Research Into Parenting
Improving Motivation through Gamification
Kyle Sutter (Brock)
Unearthing Their Voices: Using Aboriginal Texts to inspire student writing
Laryssa Gorecki (Toronto Catholic District School Board)
"Mad I'm mad:" Action Research into Parenting
Cher Hill (SFU)
Session/Séance 23.02
CACS-ACÉC
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 384
Indigenizing Ivory Towers: Rethinking our Faculties as Sites of
Reconciliation
Nicholas Ng-A-Fook (Ottawa), Kiera Brant (Ottawa), Julie Vaudrin-Charette
(Ottawa), Keri-Lynn Cheechoo (Ottawa), Jesse Butler (Ottawa), Tricia
McGuire-Adams (Ottawa)
Session/Séance 23.03
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 276
Collaborative inquiry: A partnership between public libraries and teachers
to promote 21st century learning
Kathy Hibbert (Western), Mary Ott (Western), Melanie Southern (Hamilton
Public Library)
Hopeful Conversations: Interpreting Teachers as Public Intellectuals
(Bilingual/Bilingue)
Jodi Latremouille (Calgary)
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TIMESLOT 23 / PÉRIODE 23
9:45 – 11:00 A.M. / 9 h 45 – 11h 00
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 23.04
Room/Salle : EDC 156
CAEP-ACP
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Exploring the connections between social-emotional wellbeing and
academic success
Self-compassion and the impostor phenomenon: Implications for
academic success
Alexandra Patzak (SFU)
Caring for our adolescent students: the curriculum-relationship dialectic
Erin Cullingworth (Vancouver School Board)
Session/Séance 23.05
Room/Salle : EDC 450
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Chair/Prés. : Penney Clark (UBC)
Social Studies Futures: Searching for and Sustaining a Field
Pamela Rogers (Ottawa), Bryan Smith (Ottawa), Scott Pollock (Toronto)
Association Roundtables
Tables rondes des associations
Session/Séance 23.06
CASEA-ACÉAS
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Changing The Face of Ontario's Teacher Workforce
David Jack (OISE-UT)
CASEA-ACÉAS
Enacting Successful Leadership in Rural Schools: A Literature Review
Jane Preston (UPEI), Kristopher Barnes (UPEI)
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TIMESLOT 23 / PÉRIODE 23
9:45 – 11:00 A.M. / 9 h 45 – 11h 00
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Association Roundtables
Tables rondes des associations
Session/Séance 23.06
1A:: CASEA-ACÉAS
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Student Dropouts and Delinquency
William Smale (Trent)
1B:: CASEA-ACÉAS
Regulating Social Media Technology in Schools
William Smale (Trent), Jason Hill (Saskatchewan)
2A:: CASEA-ACÉAS
A Critical Comparative Analysis of School Fees and Special Education
Assessment Wait Times in Ontario: Advocacy, Context, and the Policy
Cycle
Lauren Jervis (York), Michelle Milani (York), Sue Winton (York)
2B:: CASEA-ACÉAS
Exploring Current Tensions, Challenges and Dilemmas in the Principalship
James Murray (Queen's)
3A:: CASEA-ACÉAS
Equity & Excellence in Public Education: How Superintendents Influence
the Closing of Gaps for Students with Special Educational Needs
Kimberly Walke (OISE-UT)
3B:: CASEA-ACÉAS
Understanding of the Principal as Counsellor
Jacqueline Kirk (Brandon)
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TIMESLOT 23 / PÉRIODE 23
9:45 – 11:00 A.M. / 9 h 45 – 11h 00
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Association Roundtables
Tables rondes des associations
Session/Séance 23.06
4A:: LLRC-ACCLL
Room/Salle : MacEwan
Hall A/B
Hidden in Vancouver: A community-based Participatory Research Proposal
in Heritage Language Maintenance, and English Language Dominant
Supremacy
Caroline Locher-Lo (UBC)
4B:: LLRC-ACCLL
Fostering 21st Century Literacies through Multi-Modal Technology
Rochelle Tkach (Brock)
4C:: TATE-TFEE
Videolog and reflective practice in student teachers
Maria-Lourdes Lira-Gonzales (UQAT), Glorya Pellerin (UQAT), Simon Collin
(UQAM), Anderson Araujo-Oliveira (UQAM)
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TIMESLOT 23 / PÉRIODE 23
9:45 – 11:00 A.M. / 9 h 45 – 11h 00
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 23.07
Room/Salle : EDC 386
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Promising Research Directions in Indigenous Education and Schooling.
What Can We Learn from Researching the On-Reserve Indian Day Schools?
Helen Raptis (Victoria)
Understanding the Sixties Scoop as a Decolonization Resource for
Educators within the Reconciliation & Resurgence Discourse
Sarah Wright Cardinal (Victoria)
Storywork with three kokum/professors: Creating institutional interfaces
for FN/M/I equities in PSE
Marlene Atleo (Manitoba)
Session/Séance 23.08
Room/Salle : EDC 287
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Enrichment through Technology and the Arts
Using the arts to become pedagogical in 21st century learning
Mitchell McLarnon (McGill), Sean Wiebe (UPEI)
A School Board-University Partnership to Co-create Knowledge for Datadriven Action: Year 1 Implementation of a 21st Century Learning Vision in
Ontario
Kamini Jaipal-Jamani (Brock), Candace Figg (Brock), Julie Mueller (WLU),
Dana Liebermann (Hamilton-Wentworth District School Board)
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TIMESLOT 23 / PÉRIODE 23
9:45 – 11:00 A.M. / 9 h 45 – 11h 00
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 23.09
Room/Salle : EDC 278
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Global Perspectives in Teacher Education
A Narrative Inquiry into Two Chinese Beginning Teachers' Induction in
Southwest China through Cross-Cultural Teacher Development
Ju Huang (Windsor)
A Brazilian, Canadian, Pakistani and South African Perspective: How do
Novice Teachers become Teacher Leaders
Elizabeth Majocha (Independent Researcher), Catherine Whalen (UNBC)
Concept Study with Tanzanian Primary School Pre-Service Teachers
Ratera Mayar (Tanzania Institute of Education/Alberta)
Session/Séance 23.10
CCPA-ACPC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 171
"We have to be really careful with what we say": Is Diverse Teacher
Education Teaching Diversity?
Lilach Marom (UBC)
Just Call Me 'Moe': Exploring Identity and Name Pronunciation
Idil Abdulkadir (Ottawa), Mozynah Nofal (Ottawa)
Assessing the Impact of a Graduate Level Mindfulness in Education Course
on In-Service Teachers
Chris Gilham (STFX)
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TIMESLOT 23 / PÉRIODE 23
9:45 – 11:00 A.M. / 9 h 45 – 11h 00
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 23.11
CERA-ACCÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 057
Exploring Assessment for Learning in Secondary Mathematics Classrooms
Allison Chapman (Queen's/BC Ministry of Education)
Schools with Promising Practices in Mathematics Learning and Teaching: A
Case Study
Fraser McGuire (Ontario Ministry of Education), Jacqueline Herman
(Ontario Ministry of Education)
Session/Séance 23.12
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
CIESC-SCÉCI
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
International Service Learning: Engaging Host Communities
Southern Perspectives on ISL Volunteers: Reframing the Neo-colonial
Encounter
Barbara Heron (York)
Host Village Voices: Exploring the Impact of ISL on the Receiving
Communities.
Michael O'Sullivan (Brock), Harry Smaller (York)
I Am Because We Are: Rethinking Service Learning and the Possibility of
Learning from Ubuntu
Allyson Larkin (Western)
International Service Learning: Ethical Relationships and Responsibility to
the Other
Marianne Larsen (Western)
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9:45 – 11:00 A.M. / 9 h 45 – 11h 00
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 23.13
CPES-SCPÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 252
Shingwauk's Vision Re-Constituted: (Epistemic) World-Sharing Beyond
Reconciliation
G. Alexandrova (Toronto)
Epistemic Humility and Generosity in Dialogue Across Religious Difference
Ann Chinnery (SFU)
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
Session/Séance 23.14
Room/Salle : EDC 388
QSEC-ÉAÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Queering Theoretical Perspectives
Exploring Gay Fatherhood Identity Development: A Constructivist
Grounded Theory
Robert Roughley (City University of Seattle in Canada)
Fluidsexuality and binarysexuality: navigating labels in social spaces
Roger Francis (Calgary)
Hitting, Hugging, and High-Fiving: Exploring Touch/No-Touch Discourse
From the Perspective of Queer Teachers
Blair Niblett (Trent)
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TIMESLOT 23 / PÉRIODE 23
9:45 – 11:00 A.M. / 9 h 45 – 11h 00
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 23.15
Room/Salle : EDC 280
SERG-GRÉS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Perspectives on Science: Wonder, Creativity, Ethics and Aesthetics
Positing an(other) ontology within science education: Towards differential
practices of ethical accountability
Marc Higgins (UBC)
Aesthetics-Based Science Education for Environmental Responsibility
Tomo Nishizawa (Victoria), David Blades (Victoria)
Integrating creativity as a strategy to enhance science teaching in primary
schools
Natacha Louis (Ottawa)
A Case for the Inclusion of Philosophical Wonder in School Science
Josie Melton (UBC)
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TIMESLOT 24 / PÉRIODE 24
11:15 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. / 11 h 15 – 12h 15
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 24.01
ARTS-SCEA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 384
A Schooling in Slowness: (Re)turning to the Poetics of Being
Anar Rajabali (UBC)
Navigating memories of homophobic trauma: A constructed conversation,
using dance and poetry, to explore the advisee/advisor relationship
Tyler Hall (Acadia), John J. Guiney Yallop (Acadia)
Session/Séance 24.02
CAARE-ACRAÉ
Room/Salle : EDC 255
CAARE Keynote panel
Session/Séance 24.03
CACS-ACÉC
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 276
Explicit Oral Communication Practices in Elementary Schools in
Disadvantaged Communities
Lizanne Lafontaine (UQO), Christian Dumais (UQTR), Joanne Pharand
(UQO)
Guiding students to pursue French: The guidance counsellor's role in the
decision to continue FSL
Jessica McGregor (Ottawa)
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TIMESLOT 24 / PÉRIODE 24
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1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 24.04
Room/Salle : EDT 450
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
School Choice and Reform
Chair/Prés. : Sharon Cook (Ottawa)
School Choice and Education Privatization
Ee-Seul Yoon (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign), Rob Brown
(Toronto District School Board), Scott Davies (University of Toronto), Roger
Pizarro Milian (), Maria Ahmed (Toronto), Ayesha Ali (Toronto), Zahide
Alaca (Toronto), Leib Irons (Toronto)
Session/Séance 24.05
Room/Salle : EDC 287
CAREC-ACRPS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Policies, Processes, and Professionalism
Participatory Processes in Early Childhood Curriculum Meaning Making
Jane Hewes (MacEwan), Tricia Lirette (MacEwan), Lee Makovichuk
(MacEwan University)
What Happened to Everything I Learned in College? Examining
Experienced Early Childhood Educator's Ideas about Professionalism in PEI
Alaina Roach O'Keefe (UPEI), Brittany Jakubiec (UPEI), Sonya Hooper
(ECDA)
"How do you expect me to write a thesis?": Supporting the Transition from
College to University
Karen Julien (Brock)
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TIMESLOT 24 / PÉRIODE 24
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1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 24.06
Room/Salle : EDC 278
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Topics in Ed. Admin. IV
Chair/Prés. : Shelleyann Scott
Extending Instructional Leadership to Higher Education
Robin Mueller (Calgary), Meadow Schroeder (Calgary)
Exploring Capacity Building of Ontario Dental Hygiene Educators during
National Curriculum Reform
Coral Mitchell (Brock), Laura Perri (Brock)
Re-Imagining Culturally Responsive Leadership: Preparing Educational
Leaders for Diverse Contexts
Ann Lopez (OISE-UT)
How Women Directors of Education Manage the Pressures of Leadership
Katie Higginbottom (OISE-UT)
Session/Séance 24.07
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 386
Young Indigenous Women's Circle of Leadership: Language and cultural
immersion in an urban setting
Heather Blair (Alberta), Rochelle Starr (Alberta), Linda Pelly (Alberta)
The impact of Indigenous knowledge in science education on urban
Indigenous students' engagement and attitudes toward science
Jeff Baker (Saskatchewan), Michelle Whitstone (Saskatchewan), Nancy
Barr (Saskatoon Public Schools), Tracy Roadhouse (Saskatoon Public
Schools)
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TIMESLOT 24 / PÉRIODE 24
11:15 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. / 11 h 15 – 12h 15
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 24.08
Room/Salle : EDC 284
CATE-ACFE
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
CATE Graduate Student Panel | Panel pour les étudiants diplômés de
l'ACFE
CATE Grad Student Panel: What education graduate students need to
know about publishing in refereed journals
James Corcoran (Canadian Journal for New Scholars in Education),
Christopher DeLuca (Canadian Journal of Education), Marianne Larsen
(Comparative and International Education), Sandra Mathison (Critical
Education), Sylvie Wald (McGill)
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
Session/Séance 24.09
CATE-ACFE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 260
Insights From Five Years of International Internships in a Bachelor of
Education Program
Paula Kristmanson (UNB), Karla Culligan (UNBC)
Examining the Pedagogical Distinctiveness of a Short-Term International
Service Learning Program in Tanzania for Teacher Candidates at the
University of Windsor
Andrew Allen (Windsor), M. Saidur Rahman (Victoria), Hassan Adan
(Windsor)
Preparing Canadians to Teach Outside of Canada
Mark Hirschkorn (UNB), Alan Sears (UNBC), Marcea Ingersoll (STU), Grace
McCallum (Canadian International School of Beijing), Amanda Lagace
(UNB)
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TIMESLOT 24 / PÉRIODE 24
11:15 A.M. – 12:15 P.M. / 11 h 15 – 12h 15
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 24.10
CERA-ACCÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 057
Assessment, Institutional Capital and Educational Inequality: Exploring the
contributions of classroom assessment practices to inequality in Canadian
Education
Angela Moon (UBC)
Enhancing Teacher designed Classroom Assessment through Rigorous
Construct Representation
David Slomp (Lethbridge), Jen Scott (Lethbridge Collegiate Institute), Aaron
Stout (Lethbridge Collegiate Institute), Keith Griffioen (Wilson Middle
School), Landon Kowalzik (Ecole Sir John Franklin High School, Yellowknife)
Measuring Teachers' Approaches to Assessment: An Instrument
Development Study
Christopher DeLuca (Queen's), Danielle LaPointe-McEwan (Queen's),
Adelina Valiquette (Queen's), Andrew Coombs (Queen's), Agnieszka Chalas
(Queen's)
Session/Séance 24.11
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
CIESC-SCÉCI
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Who gets on and who drops out? International Students’
Accommodation to Study in Canadian Universities
A Study of Drop-out Chinese International Students from a Canadian PreUniversity English Language Improvement Program: Acculturation
Experiences and Challenges
Peiyu Wang (Windsor), George Zhou (Windsor)
International students settling in Canada: Exploring the experiences of
graduates of one TESL program
Aisha Ravindran (), Kristina Berynets (), Roumi Ilieva (), Sepideh Fotovatian
(SFU)
Canada's International Students' Adaptation
Gordon Djong (OISE-UT)
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TIMESLOT 24 / PÉRIODE 24
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1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
Session/Séance 24.12
CPES-SCPÉ
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 252
Book panel on Questioning the classroom: Philosophical perspectives on
Canadian education
Bruce Maxwell (UQTR), Christopher Martin (UBC), Norris Trevor (Brock),
Dianne Gereluk (Calgary)
Session/Séance 24.13
LLRC-ACCLL
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 172
Digital literacies and interculturality: Engaging language learners in critical
dialogues
Angelica Galante (OISE-UT)
Challenging the media through multiple literacies: A collaborative graphic
novel project
Deborah Begoray (Victoria), Alexis Brown (Victoria)
Session/Séance 24.14
SERG Graduate Student Roundtables
Room/Salle : EDC 280
Assessing Theoretical Mathematics with Science Applications
Ellen Watson (Alberta)
Discourse and the Construction of the Science-Teacher-Subject: An
Examination of why we say the Science Teacher is Elite
Mark Wernikowski (Regina)
Mobile Survey App for Children's Interpretive Design at Museums and
Science Centres
Michael Hammond-Todd (Victoria)
Weighting on Time: Finding New Metaphors in the Emergence of Equitable
Assessment Communities in Support of Inquiry in Science
Kevin Riffel (Saskatchewan)
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TIMESLOT 25 / PÉRIODE 25
12:15 – 1:15 P.M. / 12 h 15 – 13h 15
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 25.01
CAREC AGM | AGA de ACRPS
Room/Salle : EDC 287
Session/Séance 25.02
Room/Salle : Eckhardt
Gramatté Hall, Rozsa
Centre
CONGRESS
Special Event/Événement spécial
Congress Big Thinking Lecture: Leroy Little Bear
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TIMESLOT 26 / PÉRIODE 26
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 26.01
ARTS-SCEA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 384
Building a Tripartite Urban Arts High-School Partnership: School,
University, and Community
Bronwen Low (McGill), Mindy Carter (McGill), Elizabeth wood (McGill),
Claudia Mitchell (McGill), Melissa Proietti (McGill), Debora Friedmann
(McGill)
"You're not hardcore, unless you live hardcore"•: Exploring the
pedagogical encounters in School of Rock.
Mitchell McLarnon (McGill), Sean Wiebe (UPEI)
Session/Séance 26.02
Room/Salle : EDT 450
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Textbooks and Literacy
Chair/Prés. : Frances Helyar (Lakehead)
The Trade of Printing at Nineteenth-Century Indian Residential Schools in
Canada
Jane Griffith (OISE-UT)
"The school book question is a farce:" Texbook Provision in Nova Scotia,
1864-1944
Katie Gemmell (UBC), Penney Clark (UBC)
Rugg's Social Studies in Alberta
Amy von Heyking (Lethbridge)
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TIMESLOT 26 / PÉRIODE 26
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 26.03
CAREC-ACRPS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 287
Exploring Teachers use of Language in Foundational Mathematics
Education. Code Switching as a Valuable Pedagogical Tool
Gabriela Arias de Sanchez (UPEI)
Social Purposes of Young Children's Language in Dramatic and Block Play in
Northern Rural and Indigenous Canadian Classrooms
Shelley Stagg Peterson (OISE-UT), Nazila Eisazadeh (OISE- UT), Shakina
Rajendram (OISE- UT), Christine Portier (OISE- UT)
Session/Séance 26.04
CASEA-ACÉAS
CASEA Conversation Session
Room/Salle : EDC 284
Public Assurance: A New Discourse for Leading Education?
Pam Adams (Lethbridge), Jim Brandon (Calgary), J-C Couture (Alberta
Teachers' Association), Brenda Spencer (Calgary), Bonnie Stelmach
(Alberta)
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TIMESLOT 26 / PÉRIODE 26
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 26.05
Room/Salle : EDC 370
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
CASEA-ACÉAS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Policy Development
Chair/Prés. : Robin Mueller
Policies and the Problems of Practice: Implementing Community
Involvement Policies in Districts, Schools, and Classrooms
Catherine Hands (Brock), Karen Julien (Brock), Katelyn Scott (Brock)
Adaptive Learning Systems in Seven Redesigned High Schools
Sharon Friesen (Calgary), Michele Jacobsen (Calgary), Barb Brown
(Calgary), Gabriela Alonso-Yanez (Calgary)
Comparing the use of research and evidence for policy decision-making in
Canadian school districts and ministries of education
Gerald Galway (Memorial)
A Social Network Perspective on Developing Evidence-Informed Policy in
Ontario School Districts
Joelle Rodway (OISE-UT)
Session/Séance 26.06
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 386
20 Years After RCAP: Improving Educational Outcomes for Indigenous
Children in Care
Kevin Lamoureux (Winnipeg), Frank Deer (Manitoba)
Grafting Indigenous ways of knowing onto non-Indigenous ways of being
Cash Ahenakew (UBC)
Following the Corn Peoples: A Conceptual Framework of Intergenerational
Learning
Misty Underwood (Alberta)
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TIMESLOT 26 / PÉRIODE 26
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 26.07
Room/Salle : EDC 388
CASWE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Girls' Resilience and Success in Schools
Black Girls' Schooling Experiences in Canada
Rowena Linton (Ottawa)
The Contribution of Pro-Social Role-Modeling and Peer Mentoring to the
Development of Self-Esteem and Positive Social Skills in Young Females:
A Longitudinal Study of the creation and implementation of an
intervention program
Chris Gilham (STFX), Betsy MacDonald (Antigonish Women's Resource
Centre), Stephanie Ruckstuhl (New Brunswick Community College)
Session/Séance 26.08
CATE-ACFE
CATE-ACFE Town Hall
Room/Salle : EDC 255
Emancipation through education: The role of teacher education in
international contexts
Session/Séance 26.09
CCGSE-CCÉÉCSÉ
Workshop/Atelier
Room/Salle : EDC 260
Spice up your pedagogy: Instructional Strategies and tactics for the
university classroom.
Trista Hollweck (Ottawa)
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TIMESLOT 26 / PÉRIODE 26
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 26.10
CERA-ACCÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 057
Automated Evaluation of Psycho-educational Assessment Reports in
School Psychology using Deep Features of Writing
Syed Muhammad Fahad Latifi (Alberta), Mark Gierl (Alberta), Damien
Cormier
Pre-Interview Activities in Hermeneutic Inquiry
Jody Stark (Alberta)
Session/Séance 26.11
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
CIESC-SCÉCI
Bilingual Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Situating Self in Community as Researcher / Positionnement du soi en
communauté en tant que chercheure
Disc./Comm.: Minha R. Ha (York)
The good, the bad, and the ugly: Doing educational research with
multicultural communities in China and Canada
Yao Xiao (UBC)
Defining oneself: Do I choose my identity or does society?
Frances Kalu (Calgary)
Les communautés francophones de l'Ouest canadien: Exploration d'un
modèle de gouvernance communautaire / Francophone communities in
western Canada: Exploring a model of community governance
Yvonne M. Hébert, Professor Emerita (Calgary)
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TIMESLOT 26 / PÉRIODE 26
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 26.12
CPES-SCPÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 252
A Need for Stronger and Bolder Statements about Education's Place in
Society
Doron Yosef-Hassidim (OISE-UT)
Oil & Water? Assessment and the Pursuit of Wisdom in Education
Sean Steel (Ambrose University College)
Session/Séance 26.13
LLRC-ACCLL
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 172
Telling stories of violence in adult immigrant ESL classrooms: disrupting
safe spaces
Monica Waterhouse (Laval)
LLRC-ACCLL
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Life trajectories in literacy: Charting the literacy values and feelings of teen
mothers and their children
Sharon Murphy (York), Marva Headley (Aga Khan Early Learning Centre,
Dubai)
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TIMESLOT 26 / PÉRIODE 26
1:30 – 2:45 P.M. / 13 h 30 – 14h 45
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 26.14
Room/Salle : EDC 280
SERG-GRÉS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Outdoor Education and Sustainability
Science Education in Canada: Toward a New Orientation to the
Sustainability Sciences
John Murray (Brandon/Manitoba)
Place-based Pedagogies in Science Teacher Education
Kevin O'Connor (Mount Royal)
Exploring Practice-linked Identities Construction in Culturally Diverse
Urban Youth Through an Intergenerational Garden-based Learning Project
Tathali Urueta-Ortiz (UBC)
Session/Séance 26.15
Room/Salle : EDC 278
TATE-TFEE
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
A problem-based learning (PBL) approach to learning through the use of
digital technologies
A Case Study About The Implementation of Mobile Technologies Through
Problem-Based Learning In a Teacher Education Program In a Developing
Country
Ann-Louise Davidson (Concordia), Roland van Oostveen (UOIT), Wilma
Suarez (Universidad Technica de Ambato), Nadia Naffi (Concordia)
Exploring Problem-Based Learning in Higher Education: Case Studies About
the Changing Roles of the Teacher and the Learner
Roland vanOostveen (OISE-UT), Ann-Louise Davidson (Concordia), Nadia
Naffi (Concordia), David Price (Concordia), Todd Blayone (OISE-UT)
Moving beyond read, post, repeat in online courses: the integration of PBL
methodologies into online learning courses and programs
Elizabeth Childs (Royal Roads), Roland van Oostveen (UOIT)
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TIMESLOT 27 / PÉRIODE 27
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 27.01
Room/Salle : EDT 450
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Art and Theory
Chair/Prés. : Alexandra Fidyk (Alberta)
The Politics of Framing: Images as Transitive and Judith Butler's call to an
Ethics of Responsibility
Amber Merucci (York)
"Performing Testimony: James Luna and the Pedagogy of Historical
Trauma"
Louise Azzarello (York)
Whose Viewing Who? Challenging Otherness through Postcolonial
Documentary Film in, Two Laws
Ryan Koelwyn (York)
Session/Séance 27.02
Room/Salle : EDC 287
CAREC-ACRPS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Sustainability and outdoor learning programs
Sharing Space with Other Animals: Early Childhood Education, Engaged
Philosophical Inquiry, and Sustainability
Margaret MacDonald (SFU), Warren Bowen (UBC)
Nature-Based Community Program: Children's Learning and Development
Ji Eun Kim (UBC), Lyndsay Moffatt (UPEI), In Ae Kim (UBC), Jim Anderson
(UBC)
Young Children's Multimodal Representations of their Outdoor Learning
Jodi Streelasky (Victoria)
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TIMESLOT 27 / PÉRIODE 27
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 27.04
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 386
Indigenous Education, Relational Pedagogies, and Autobiographical
Narrative Inquiry: A Reflective Journey of Teaching Teachers
Trudy Cardinal (Alberta), Sulya Fenichel (Alberta)
Teaching as the Creation of Ethical Space
Dawn Zinga (Brock)
Identifying the wording and concept of education in Treaty Agreements in
the 18-20 centuries
Sheila Carr-Stewart (Saskatchewan), Irene Oakes (Saskatchewan)
Session/Séance 27.05
CATE-ACFE
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 255
Re-envisioning a Curriculum Course in Teacher Education Through a
Design Thinking Lens (Bilingual/Bilingue)
Jodi Latremouille (Calgary), Kimberley Grant (Calgary), Mary-Ann MitchellPellet (Calgary), Polly Knowlton Cockett (Calgary)
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TIMESLOT 27 / PÉRIODE 27
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 27.06
CERA-ACCÉ
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 057
Social Science Funding Agencies' Support and Promotion of Knowledge
Mobilization: An International Study.
Maha Al Makhamreh (Queen's), Amanda Cooper (Queen's)
What Do Scholarly Peer Reviewers Value, Really?
Susan Elgie (Independent Scholar)
Evidence Use in Ontario Child Poverty Policy Formation: Mapping the
Terrain of Organizational Influence
Jacqueline Sohn (OISE-UT)
Session/Séance 27.07
CIESC-SCÉCI
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 370A
Exploring African Canadian women's agency and engagement: The
creation of the decolonizing/decolonized subject
Thashika Pillay (Alberta)
Social Media Literacy for Adult Chinese immigrants in Transformative
Learning in Calgary
Jingzhou Liu (Calgary)
Session/Séance 27.08
SPOTLIGHT/POINT DE MIRE
CPES-SCPÉ
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 252
Irreducible complexities: complicating the lives and educational
experiences of "at-risk" marginalized youth beyond a single narrative.
David Pereira (OISE-UT)
High School Philosophy in Ontario
Trevor Norris (Brock), Lauren Bialystok (OISE- UT), Laura Pinto (UOIT)
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TIMESLOT 27 / PÉRIODE 27
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 27.09
LLRC-ACCLL
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 172
The exclusionary function of inclusive language use: Reinforcing
established science student role perceptions
Marie-Claire Shanahan (Calgary), Lydia E Carol-Ann Burke (OISE- UT)
Teacher talk of native and non-native English teachers in the EFL
classroom
Youngeun Jee (UBC)
Ethnicity, positionality and code-switching: Oral Participation in university
groups
Jia Fei (SFU)
Session/Séance 27.10
Room/Salle : EDC 388
QSEC-ÉAÉC
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Chair/Prés. : Andre Grace (Alberta)
Sexual Health Education in Schools in Alberta: Making It Comprehensive
and Universal
Pam Krause (Alberta), André Grace (Alberta), Maryanne Doherty (Alberta)
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TIMESLOT 27 / PÉRIODE 27
3:00 – 4:15 P.M. / 15 h 00 – 16h 15
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 27.11
Room/Salle : EDC 280
SERG-GRÉS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Issues of Diversity in Science Education
Exploring the Influence of Stereotype Threat for Women in the Physical
Sciences and Engineering
Kaitlin Town (Ottawa)
Tackling Culture-imposed Biases in Science and Mathematics Classrooms:
A Case of Vancouver Teachers
Latika Raisinghani (UBC)
Black Women in the Physics Academy: Sociocultural Theories of Learning
and Black Canadian Feminist Thought
Thelma Akyea (Toronto)
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TIMESLOT 28 / PÉRIODE 28
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 28.01
Room/Salle : Taylor
Institute Foyer
CAFE-ACÉFÉ
Special Event/Événement spécial
CAFE keynote panel
Re-examining Foundations in Social Studies Education in Canada: An
Invitation to Dialogue
* The panel will start 5 pm and will finish at 8pm
Session/Séance 28.02
Room/Salle : EDC 287
CAREC-ACRPS
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Professionalism in the 21st Century
Scaffolding Strategies in an Early Childhood Teacher Education Program
for Immigrants and Refugees
Christine Massing (Regina)
Session/Séance 28.03
CAREC-ACRPS
Symposium|Panel/Colloque|Panel
Room/Salle : EDC 255
Because it's 2015: Will Canada implement a federal, public early childhood
education and care system?
Monica Lysack (Sheridan College), Jane Hewes (MacEwan), Patrick Lewis
(Regina), Pam Whitty (UNB), Sherry Rose (UNB)
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TIMESLOT 28 / PÉRIODE 28
4:30 – 5:45 P.M. / 16 h 30 – 17h 45
1 June / Le 1er juin 2016
Session/Séance 28.04
CASIE-ACÉÉA
Multi-paper/Plusieurs communications
Room/Salle : EDC 386
Non-Indigenous Researchers in Indigenous Education: Listening and
Learning
Martha Moon (Lakehead)
Working together to develop the Inuit Bachelor of Education in Labrador
Sylvia Moore (Memorial), Kirk Anderson (Memorial)
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Post-conference / Post-conférence
8:45 – 1:30 P.M. / 8 h 45 – 13 h 30
2 June / Le 2 juin 2016
8:45-9:45 A.M./8h459h45
Room/Salle : EDC 388
9:50-10:30 A.M./9h5010h30
Room/Salle : EDC 388
CAREC-ACRPS
CAREC post-conference Keynote
Dancing Rainbows; Naughty Rainbows: Reflection on Teaching, Learning
and Researching in the Arts with Young Children
Patricia Tarr (Calgary)
CAREC-ACRPS
Mosaics of Possibilities: Researching & Teaching through the Arts in Early
Childhood Education
Holding Space for Voice: Musings, Metaphors, and Creative Openings in
Teaching and Learning
Marni Binder (Ryerson)
10:40-11:20 A.M./10h4011h20
Room/Salle : EDC 388
11:20 A.M.-12:10
P.M./11h20-12h10
Room/Salle : EDC 388
Éducation musicale 0 - 5 ans : représentations sociales et interventions
éducatives d’éducatrices en services de garde au Québec (bilingual
presentation) (9:50-10:30)
Catherine Messier (UQAM)
Literacies, Languages and Learning Through the Arts (10:40-11:20)
Lana Kostiuk (Calgary Board of Education)
Play and Projects in the Learning Mosaic: Advancing Education in Early
Childhood (10:40-11:20)
Selvi Roy (UPEI)
Circle ‘Round The Zero: Singing, Circle Games, and Having Musical Fun in
the Early Years (11:20-12:10)
Scott Hughes (Mount Royal)
Mud Fairies: Supporting fantasy play with natural materials (11:20-12:10)
Sayward Wilkinson (Calgary Nature Kindergarten), Lisa Menzies (Calgary
Nature Kindergarten)
12:10-13:30 P.M./12h1013h30
Room/Salle : EDT 450
CAREC post-conference Lunch & Networking
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