Research Time
Educate the Earth
Educate the Earth's podcast series called Research Time aims to make research accessible. She is Métis and is a Graduate Student at the University of Ottawa. She will ask friends who are also in the fields of research and education to join her and talk about a new article every week. They will make personal and worldly connections to their chosen articles. You will learn something new while impacting the world around you.

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Articles: 
Ng-A-Fook, N. (2005). A curriculum of mother-son plots on education’s center stage. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, 21(4), 43-58.
Cheechoo, K. (2020). Reframing reconciliation: Turning our back or turning back? In…

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Article: Cindy Blackstock (2007). The Breath of Life Versus the Embodiment of Life: Indigenous Knowledge and Western Research.
In our conversation, we unpack the Breath of Life Theory through Indigenous epistemological worldviews,…

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Book Chapters: “The Trauma Informed School” by Jim Sporleder. 
Chapter 3: Trauma, Stress, and the Brain 
Chapter 10: Creating a relationship based culture 
Amanda and I discuss strategies, ways of thinking, and understandings of how to…

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Article: The Aspen Institute – Council of Distinguished Scientists. (2017). The Evidence Base for How We Learn – Supporting Students’ Social, Emotional, and Academic Environment.

Madison and I unpack what it means to be a social and…

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Article: Susan Dion (2016) Mediating the Space in Between: Voices of Indigenous Youth and Voices of Educators in the Service of Education.
In Episode One of Research Time, Madelaine talked about “Restitution in Education” and how it is…

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Resource: The Circle of Courage (TM). 
Maria and I unpack the Circle or Courage and how it can be used within your classroom educational practices. We discuss the ways educators can be thoughtful about enacting this practice and how…

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Article: Tim Loreman. (2012). Measuring inclusive education outcomes in Alberta, Canada.

Kayla and I unpack what it means to have an inclusive classroom and how as educators, can support students with disability in thoughtful and…

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Article: The Globe and Mail. (October 21, 2020). Sen Murray Sinclair: Alberta’s leaked curriculum plan around Residential Schools would be a ‘terrible mistake’. 
Nikkole and I discuss the narratives that must be shared from the…

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Article: Laurence J. Kirmayer, Stéphane Dandeneau, Elizabeth Marshall, Morgan Kahentonni Philips, & Karla Jessen Williamson. (2011). Rethinking Resilience from Indigenous Perspectives.

Ashlynne and Madelaine unpack resilience and how…

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Article: M. Anbarasu and V. Chandramohan (2015) Yoga in the Management of Anxiety Among Students
Kumanan and Madelaine discuss how yoga is practiced, its original context, how it can be adapted within our educational spaces, and how we…

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Author

Stephen Hurley
Chief Catalyst, voicEd Radio Canada

Stephen Hurley has spent nearly 40 years as an educator. He has experience as a classroom teacher, a curriculum consultant, a teacher educator and a policy observer.

He has a strong relationship with the EdCan Network (formerly the Canadian Education Association), an organization that inspired the launch and evolution of voicEd Radio Canada.

Hurley believes that stronger connections between education research, practice and policy are essential to the type of change that will be necessary in Canada's public education systems moving forward.