- Dept. of Integrated Studies in Education
Professor Jon Bradley, with the Department of Integrated Studies in Education, co-wrote a recently published contribution to the National Post. In this special "Full Comment" editorial with co-author Sam Allison, entitled "Quebec's Rotten Boroughs," Bradley questions a new CRE (Commission de la Représentation Electorale du Québec) proposal's ramifications for Anglophones' rights to guaranteed representation in Quebec's National Assembly.
Professor Jon Bradley, with the Department of Integrated Studies in Education, co-wrote a recently published special to the Montreal Gazette. With co-author Sam Allison, Bradley sheds some light on the provincial debate regarding the importance of school boards. [read the Montreal Gazette article of April 17, 2015]
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Dr. Shaheen Shariff of the Dept. of Integrated Studies in Education (DISE) spoke to Toronto Star's Lauren Pelley recently about a Waterloo Regional Police investigation involving possession of child pornography by students in grades 7 and 8 in the Waterloo, Ontario region. [read the original Toronto Star article of April 18, 2015]
Marika Guérin, Kinesiology major with the Faculty of Education, was named McGill University’s female rookie athlete of the year at the 38th annual varsity sports awards gala. Saint-Lazare’s Kelly Donivan, a 3rd year Secondary English Education major, was named MVP of McGill’s women’s rowing unit.
The annual professional development event Journey’s End—Journey’s Start took place Thursday, April 2nd with events in the Education building and across the campus. Focused on the themes of mindfulness and sustaining delight in teaching, the 2015 edition included five workshops, a reception, and a presentation by the keynote speaker, mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR) teacher Charity Bryant. As in past years, an inspiring closing address from Associate Dean of Academic Programs Dr.
The Faculty of Education recognized the pedagogical excellence of Drs. Drapeau and Savard this week, bestowing annual teaching awards upon each professor.
Award winners, donors, staff and Education faculty members gathered Tuesday, March 31st to honour more than 25 students selected for Scholarships, Fellowships and Awards during the 2014-15 academic year. The event marked an opportunity for students to meet face-to-face with the donors who have contributed to their academic pursuits. All in attendance were reminded of the great impact that these generous awards can have on the life, career and development of the fortunate recipients.
Dr. Shaheen Shariff, associate professor with the Dept. of Integrated Studies in Education (DISE), and Director of McGill’s Define the Line research program, spoke to the Montreal's Gazette about misogyny in the public domain.
McGill’s annual Bravo gala is a time to celebrate the best of the best in McGill’s research community by recognizing those researchers who have been awarded major provincial, national and international prizes. This year, Professor Russell Hepple, Assistant Professor in the Department of Kinesiology and Physical Education, was among those recognized. The Montreal General Hospital Foundation awarded him the 2014 Nesbitt McMaster Award for Excellence in Medicine and Surgery.
Five students in the Faculty of Education's Department of Integrated Studies have collaborated to create the illustrated children’s book Nelly’s Really Very Bad Day.
TESL (Teaching English as a Second Language) students Cho Yeung Lee, Valerie Nguyen and Jessica Gibson worked with Kingergarten/Elementary Education students Demeka Fa and Erin Lieberman. Cho Yeung Lee explained some of the motivation and aspirations behind the project:
Source: McGill News Alumni Magazine, Mar. 06, 2015
by Shannon Palus, BSc’13
Questions & Answers: The Sexting Generation
The Research Exchange Forum events have been relaunched to promote faculty-wide research sharing. These regular events, open to all, are intended to support the transdisciplinary research culture within the Faculty, and to provide an informal hub where faculty and graduate students’ ongoing research can be discussed.
A new committee of cyberbullying experts formed under Quebec’s Minister of Family and Minister of Public Safety will include Dr. Shaheen Shariff of McGill's Department of Integrated Studies in Education, details a recent infodimanche article.
Dr. Shaheen Shariff of the Dept. of Integrated Studies in Education (DISE) spoke to National Post's Sarah Boesveld recently about a high school implementing breathalyzer tests for their prom. [read the original National Post article, Feb 24, 2015]
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