“How is CBU’s education research Reflecting, Challenging, and Changing the World?” (Panel)

Thursday, March 23, 6:30 p.m.- 8 p.m., CS 101

Digiorgio, C; O’B, C; Lewis, J; Snow, K; DiGiorgio, C; J-Malik,S “How is CBU’s education research Reflecting, Challenging, and Changing the World?”

Education

Catherine O’Brien: “Living Schools and sharing some of the ways that our MEd students are incorporating this in their classrooms.”

Jane Lewis: “Leadership and organizational change.”

Kathy Snow: “School changes based on digital habits- eg. Holistic science education to respond to children’s lack of experience in the outside and schools response to digital media in response to the outside (virtual) coming in.”

Carla DiGiorgio: “Inclusive education as a barometer of teacher frustration in Nova Scotia.”

Sandra Jack-Malik: “Aboriginal perspectives on schooling in the north.”

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