A comparative research on the mandatory religious literacy curriculum in Montreal, Quebec, Canada and Modesto, California.
Speaker: Alice Chan
Speaker: Dr. Beverly Baker
DISETalks! is a well-attended forum for members of the DISE community, both students and faculty, to come together and share their work on research and/or pedagogy. In DISE we are fortunate to have a group of students and faculty who use a wide range of research and pedagogical approaches and methodologies. DISETalks! celebrates this diversity and aims to provide a forum for members of the DISE community to share and to learn from one another.
Congratulations to Faculty of Education undergraduate student Jennifer Looi for her outstanding achievement in the Teacher Education category at The Undergraduate Awards 2013 Global Summit. Jennifer, who is in the Department of Integrated Studies in Education (DISE), was invited to Dublin earlier this month to accept her award, and meet similarly accomplished students from around the world to exchange ideas.
Prof. Chris Buddle, Crystal Ernst, Adam Finkelstein, and Dr. Laura Winer reflect on a recent mobile technology project in this EDUCAUSE Review article.
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Professor Shaheen Shariff hosting "Defining the Legal Lines: Youth, Cyberbullying and Wellbeing" conference at McGill
Join host Professor Shaheen Shariff Principal Investigator and Director – Define the Line Projects for “Defining the Legal Lines: Youth Cyber-bullying and Wellbeing” conference on November 20, 2013 at the McGill Faculty Club Ballroom.
DISE Talks! is a forum for members of the DISE community, both students and faculty, to come together and share their work in research and pedagogy. In DISE, we are fortunate to have a group of students and faculty who come from varied backgrounds and use a wide range of research and pedagogical approaches.
DISE Talks! celebrates this diversity. Some aims of the forum are:
A guest seminar on globalization, education and change with Nikolas Barry-Shaw and Dru Oja Jay
A “Meet the Neighbours!” Brown Bag Lunch Seminar on Community Education, Research, Knowledge Production and Social Change, with Lauren Pochereva, Project Manager, Ça pousse!, Educational Garden Service, Action Communiterre
Conventional curriculum design depends upon pre-selection of curriculum contents, learning objectives, and criteria for assessment. In implementing these curricula, teachers have little opportunity to explore ideas or aims with learners, or to develop lessons based on local concerns or learning opportunities.