Off the Shelf
Mobilizing New Canadian Education Research
Off the Shelf is a weekly voicEd Radio series dedicated to highlighting some of the latest education research being completed by PhD and EdD candidates. We aim to give you a taste of what has inspired today’s researchers, what questions have driven them and what impact they hope to have on the education world.
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Mohammed Estaiteyeh a PhD candidate in Curriculum Studies at Western University in Ontario. He has an emphasis on Science/STEM Education and is passionate about curriculum reform and innovative pedagogical practices in K-12 educational settings.

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Dr. Karen Acton is Assistant Professor Department of Leadership Higher and Adult Education, OISE/UT.

In this research conversation, Dr. Acton talks her dissertation work focused on the educators in our schools who take on the role of leading…

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Sabrina Shajeen Alam is a PhD candidate in the Department of Educational & Counselling Psychology at McGill University and is about to finish her PhD in the summer of 2022.

Her research interest is to find out the impact of educational technology…

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Dr. Verena Roberts is a High School Online Humanities Teacher for Rocky View Schools, and a Sessional Instructor for UVic, UCalgary. and a Learning Designer for UBC,

Mark Turner is a teacher for Rocky View Schools and the coordinator of a very…

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Other than official post-secondary career centres, where do students get their information and inspiration about possible career paths. Dr. Candy Ho explored this question in her doctoral dissertation, “Professionals in Post-Secondary Education:…

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Dr. Sunaina Sharma’s doctoral dissertation, “An Exploration of the Relationship between Digital Technology Use and Student Engagement in a Grade 11 English Class: A Classroom Ethnography” is an important exploration of how students interact with…

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Dr. Robyn Masters has a real heart for the mental health of those learn and work in our school systems. She completed her PhD at Western University and she’s here to talk about her thesis dissertation, “Promoting Mentally Healthy Classrooms:…

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Dr. Jaime Malic’s thesis, “Living Leadership: Exploring the Leadership Values and Practices of Independent-School Principals in Ontario” explores the relationship between what schools leaders say they believe and what they do.

I had the opportunity…

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Dr. Terry Whitmell is an Ontario-based educator who has worked at all levels of the system in the Peel District School Board. Her curiosity around deeper forms of assessment has led her to her PhD work: “Navigating Dilemmas in “Going Gradeless”:…

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Max Antony Newman has a special interest in how immigrant parents negotiate meaning and expectation within in the Ontario school system. In this conversation we talk about his study of how Eastern European immigrant parents see the importance of…

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