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Le jeudi 2 mars 2017

Mot de bienvenue et déjeuner 8 h 00 à 9 h 00
Ateliers I et II 9 h 00 à 9 h 30
Ateliers III et IV 9 h 45 à 10 h 15
Présentation orale I et II, Table ronde I et II 10 h 30 à 11 h 45
Dîner, séance d’affiches, et la foire de recherche* Midi à 13 h 30
Présentation orale III et IV 13 h 45 à 15 h 15
Présentation orale V et VI 15 h 30 à 16 h 45
Mot de clôture 17 h 00 à 17 h 15
Cocktail et la Conférence d’excellence en éducation 17 h 30 à 20 h 30

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Atelier I (LMX 240, 9 h 00 à 9 h 30)

  • Hip-Hop Culture in the Classroom
    Sara Asif
    Mots clés : Hip-Hop Based Education; Hip-Hop Pedagogy, Student Engagement

Atelier II (LMX 241, 9 h 00 à 9 h 30)

  • Fabricating Story: A Narrative Exploration of Weaving and Curriculum
    Catherine-Laura Tremblay-Dion
    Mots clés : Weaving; Narrative; Auto Ethnography; Educator; Textile; Curriculum

Atelier III (LMX 240, 9 h 45 à 10 h 15)

  • So You Think you CAN’T Dance?! Movement for Embodied Writing and Phenomenological Research
    Carolyn Hebert
    Mots clés : Movement; Phenomenology; Writing; Embodied Writing; Embodied Research; Arts-Based Research; Education; Dance

Atelier IV (LMX 241, 9 h 45 à 10 h 15)

  • Enseigner sur un Territoire : Réconciliation, Éthique et Pédagogie
    Julie Vaudrin-Charette
    Mots clés : Éducation à la citoyenneté; Pédagogie anti-raciste; Plurilinguisme; Éthique; Réconciliation; Relations autochtones et non autochtones

Présentation orale I (LMX 240, 10 h 30 à 11 h 45)

  • French Immersion and Elitism
    Shelina Adatia
    Mots clés : French Immersion; Elitism; Socio-Economic Status; Learning Difficulties; Inclusion
  • Supporting Refugee Students in Canadian Public Schools
    Emma White
    Mots clés : Refugees; Refugee Students; Education; Academic Success; Canada
  • Religious Literacy & the Public School: Educating for Citizenship in a Multi-Religious Society
    Jeremy Cassidy
    Mots clés : Religious Literacy; Religious Education; Multiculturalism; Public School

Présentation orale II (LMX 241, 10 h 30 à 11 h 45)

  • Best Practices in Blended Learning: Developing a Community of Professors and Students through Bricks and Clicks
    Shehzad Ghani, Sait Atas, Michael Fairbrother, Maurice Taylor
    Mots clés : Blended Learning; Case Study Research; Community of Inquiry; Higher Education; Hybrid Courses
  • Embodied Cyborg Cognition
    Carol Lee
    Mots clés : Embodied Cognition; Cyborg; Cave of Hands
  • Cruel Empathy? The Limits of Literary Fiction as a Pedagogical Tool for Invoking Empathy
    Polina Kukar
    Mots clés : Empathy; Pedagogy; Literary Fiction; Cruel Optimism; Lauren Berlant

Table ronde I (LMX 477, 10 h 30 à 11 h 45)

  • The Perceived Challenges that Confront Black Elementary School or Administrators in Leadership, Learning and School Change While Advocating for the Implementation of Social Justice Issues
    Evra Trought-Pitters
    Mots clés :
  • How Do You Solve a Puzzle Like « O Canada »?
    Ashley Reaume
    Mots clés : Anthem; Narratives; Nationalism; Canada; Identity
  • Vanished History: Historical and Current Representations of Anti-Semitism and Indigenous Discrimination in the Ontario History Curriculum (Grades 9-12)
    Evgeniya Bobrovnik, Thomas R. White
    Mots clés : Anti-Racist Pedagogy; Anti-Semitism; Indigenous Discrimination; Ontario Curriculum

Table ronde II (LMX 388, 10 h 30 à 11 h 45)

  • Are They Mocking Our Work? Practicing a Pedagogy of Response to Satire
    Mimi Masson, Heba Elsherief
    Mots clés : Critical Literacy; Satire; Pop Culture Pedagogy; Arts-Based Research Methods; Collaborative Reflective Thinking
  • Self-Perceptions of Twice-Exceptional Students: The Influence of Labels and Educational Placement on the Self-Concept of Post-Secondary G/LD Students
    Megan Lummiss
    Mots clés : G/LD; Gifted; Learning Disabilities; Exceptionalities; Self-Concept; Body Biography

Séance d’affiches (LMX 203, 12 h 00 à 13 h 30)

  • The Possibilities of the Ontario College Curriculum in International Branch Campuses
    Rebecca Wakelin
    Mots clés : Branch Campuses; Curriculum Theory; Colleges; Post-Colonialism; Cosmopolitanism
  • Postmodern Children Creating Postmodern Art: A University-College-Childcare Collaboration
    Joanne Lehrer, Catherine Nadon, Alexandra Paquette
    Mots clés : Childhood; Education; Postmodernity; Visual Arts
  • The Portrayal of Women Faculty in the Medical Education Literature
    Lulu Alwazzan
    Mots clés : Women; Medical Education; Discourse Analysis
  • Teach For Canada: A Northern Replication of America’s Most Successful and Most Problematic Non-Profit
    Cathlin Sullivan
    Mots clés : Critical Race Theory; Neoliberalism; Education; Canada; Non-Profit; America
  • Teaching Yucatec Maya: Development of a Personal Practice
    Mariana Domìnguez
    Mots clés : Indigenous Languages; Mexican Indigenous Languages; Indigenous Language Teaching
  • Assessment in Higher Education: A Case Study of One Ontario College’s Fitness & Health Promotion Program
    Julia Halar, Katherine Moreau
    Mots clés : Assessment; Assessment Tools; Higher Education; Perceptions; Case Study

Foire de la recherche (LMX 203, 12 h 00 à 13 h 30)

Présentation orale III (LMX 477, 13 h 45 à 15 h 15)

  • Remembering Whose History? Creating a New Public Memory by Teaching Historical Canadian Diversity
    Mark Currie
    Mots clés : Black Canadian History; Historical Consciousness; Public Memory; Community Building; Anti-Racist Education; National Identity
  • The Reagan Administration as the Origin of Shift from Citizen to Consumer Building in American Education
    Alex Davis
    Mots clés : Education; Consumerism; Neoliberalism; Educational Reform; Discourse; Critical Discourse Analysis; Critical Theory
  • A Path of Interdependency in Education: An Islamic Social Movement as a Model to Combat Neoliberalism in Education
    F. Feyza Celik
    Mots clés : Gulen; Dewey; Bredo; Islam; Pragmatism; Interdependence; Neoliberalism; Shura; Consultation; Democracy; Education
  • The Roots of Schooling in Ontario: So Little for the Mind
    Mark Ingham
    Mots clés : Liberal Education; History of Education; Philosophy of Education; Progressive Education; Ontario Schooling; Standardized Testing; Schooling; Ryerson; Neatby; Dewey; Rousseau; Pestalozzi; Socratic Inquiry

Présentation orale IV (LMX 388, 13 h 45 à 15 h 15)

  • Understanding Food Security and Ecological Soundness through an Ecojustice Education Framework: A Document Analysis of Ontario Ministry of Education Science and Social Studies Curricula
    Alishia Valeri
    Mots clés : Food Security; EcoJustice Education; Ontario Curriculum Documents; Document Analysis
  • The CanMEDS: An Evolutionary Tale?
    Catherine Giroux
    Mots clés : Physician; Competence; Framework; Evolution; Content Analysis
  • Patterns of Reactions: A Card Sort Task to Explore Students’ Connections Across Organic Chemistry Reactions
    Kelli Galloway, Min Wah Leung, Alison B. Flynn
    Mots clés : Science Education; Organic Chemistry; Curriculum; Qualitative Research
  • Developing a Researcher Identity through the Process of Writing a Dissertation Proposal
    Zinat Goodarzi
    Mots clés : Doctoral Dissertation Proposal; Becoming a Researcher; Researcher Identity

Présentation orale V (LMX 477, 15 h 30 à 16 h 45)

  • Enhancing Positive Competence of Formerly Abducted Young Mothers in Northern Uganda
    Michelle Savard, Laurie Poirier, Michelle Khau
    Mots clés : Child Soldiers; Uganda; Reintegration Programming; Gender; Critical Pedagogy
  • Contested Spaces: Trans-Inclusive School Policies and Parental Sovereignty in Canada
    Betty Yeung, Lindsay Herriot, David P. Burns
    Mots clés : Educational Policy; LGBTQ; Gender Identity; Trans Youth
  • Women in Science and Technology in Higher Education in Ghana: Policy Environments and Life Experiences
    Enyonam Norgbey
    Mots clés : Gender and Higher Education; Women in Science; Case Study; Mixed-Methods; Capabilities-Based Approach; Feminist Intersectionality; Sub-Saharan Africa; Ghana.

Présentation orale VI (LMX 388, 15 h 30 à 16 h 45)

  • A Qualitative Investigation Exploring Feelings of Incompetence Among Counselling Interns
    Brad Daly
    Mots clés : Feelings of Incompetence; Self-Care; Counselling Interns
  • Supporting Teacher Activities and Learning Design in the Online Environment with Learning Analytics: A Faculty Perspective
    Marie Lippens
    Mots clés : Learning Analytics; Teacher Inquiry; Learning Design; Learning Context; Community of Inquiry
  • Language Register in Written Feedback to Graduate Students
    Nidhal Qwai
    Mots clés : Functional; Language; Register; Effective; Written Feedback; Graduate Students