Current Students

Birlean, Camelia
PhD in Educational Psychology,
Major in Instructional Psychology. Advised by B. M. Shore.
  • Teachers’ inquiry versus subject expertise and the evaluation of learners’ inquiry products.
Dolente, Lauren
BCom (Psychology and Marketing)
  • Topic of interest TBA.
    (possible independent project)
Getahun, Dawit
PhD in Educational Psychology (Learning Sciences stream). Full-time. Co-advised by A. Saroyan
and M. W. Aulls.
  • Thesis topic TBA.
Gyles, Petra D. T.
MA in Educational Psychology (School/Applied Child Psychology stream). Advised by B. M. Shore.
  • Teachers’ perceptions of anticipated student outcomes of inquiry
  • Relatively established versus emerging inquiry contexts
Hartwick, Grant
MA in Educational Studies. Advised by A. Savard.
  • Thesis topic TBA
Hua, Olivia (Liv)
MA in Educational Psychology (Cognition and Instruction stream). Advised by B. M. Shore.
  • Chemistry professors’ perceptions of the teaching-research nexus.
Huang, Xiang
PhD in Physics, Concordia University. Advised by C. S. Kalman.
  • Tentative general topic: Physics education and inquiry
Hou, Dadong (Charles)
PhD in Educational Psychology (Cognition and Instruction stream). Advised by M. W. Aulls, 2006.
  • The influences of students’ perceptions of instructional context on learning in business and education foundation courses
Ibrahim, Ahmed M.
PhD in Educational Psychology (Learning Sciences stream). Advised by M. W. Aulls.
  • Understanding assessment in inquiry (tentative topic)
Lamb, Natasha
MA in Educational Studies.
Advised by A. Savard.
  • Thesis topic TBA
Lee, Na-Uhn
BA in Psychology.
  • Within-class and between-class ability grouping in project-based learning (independent project)
Lemay, David
MA in Educational Psychology (Learning Sciences stream). Advised by M. W. Aulls.
  • The influence of topic on discourse and outcomes in an introductory course in educational psychology
Leung, Daisy A.
MA in Educational Psychology (Cognition and Instruction stream). Advised by B. M. Shore.
  • From least to most: Students’ perceptions of their ability to carry out the tasks inherent in inquiry learning
Leung, Olivia N.
PhD (School/Applied Child Psychology). Advised by
R. W. Stringer.
  • Students with disabilities in inquiry contexts (tentative topic)
Linn, Brenda
PhD (ad personam) in the Psychology and Education of Reading. Advised by B. M. Shore.
  • Misunderstanding reading: Systematic differences in the way educators and psychologists respond to disconfirming evidence about reading acquisition

 

Margison, Judith A.
PhD in School/Applied Child Psychology. Advised by
B. M. Shore.
  • Measurement of interprofessionalism in health specialists’ professional conversations
Morin, Mariko
PhD in School/Applied Child Psychology. Co-Advised by
B. M. Shore. Primary advisor: Jeeseon Park.
  • Effects of a traditional mentoring program (Big Brothers Big Sisters) on the educational, social, emotional, and behavioural needs of children in single parent homes, and on single parents and volunteer mentors
Posel, Nancy
PhD in Educational Studies. Advised by B. M. Shore.
Co-Advisor: Lynn Butler-Kisber.
  • Making a case: Guidelines for virtual (electronic) case development in medical education.
Ritchie, Krista C.
PhD in Educational Psychology (Applied Cognitive Science stream). Advised by B. M. Shore.
  • The process of problem finding in inquiry education: A focus on students’ experiences
Walker, Cheryl L.
MA in Educational Psychology (School/Applied Child Psychology stream). Advised by B. M. Shore.
  • Clarifying the criteria for gifted children’s choices to work alone or with others
Wang, Xihui
PhD in Educational Psychology (Learning Sciences stream). Advised by K. Muis.
  • Thesis topic TBA