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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Episode Nine: Social Justice and Anti-Oppression in Education with Diana Idibe

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Article: Deirdre M. Kelly & Gabriella Minnes Brandes (2010) Social Justice Needs to Be Everywhere”: Imagining the Future of Anti-Oppression Education in Teacher Preparation

Diana and Madelaine discuss Anti-Oppression and Social…

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Episode Eight: Land-Based Education and Indigenous Pedagogy for Educators with Debbie CrazyBoy

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Article: Gladys Sterenberg (2013) Considering Indigenous Knowledges and Mathematics Curriculum. https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/14926156.2013.758325 
Debbie and Madelaine discuss an article written by a professor that we…

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Episode Seven: Citizenship Education with Nyein Mya

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Article: James A. Banks (2008) Diversity, Group Identity, and Citizenship Education in a Global Age.

Nyein and Madelaine discuss the multi-layered discussion of what citizenship is, especially within a Canadian educational context….

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Episode Six: Professional Development and Diversity Training with Andy Stefanato

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Article: Sonia Aujla-Bhullar (2011) Deconstructing Diversity: Professional Development for Elementary Teachers. 
Andy and Madelaine discuss Sonia Aujla-Bhullar’s article that seeks to deconstruct diversity training for practicing…

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Episode Five: Colonial History of Organizations and Ethical Partnerships with Ashley Dion

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Article: Peter Elson (2007) A Short History of Voluntary Sector-Government Relations in Canada.  
Ashley and I discuss various matters of social innovation including charities, foundations, a documentary called Poverty Inc., and Me to…

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Episode Four: Social Media as a Tool for Activism and Educational Practices with Aaron Drake

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Article: Jennifer Tupper (2014) Social Media and the Idle No More Movement: Citizenship, Activism and Dissent in Canada.

Drake and Madelaine discussed key notions from Jennifer Tupper’s (2014) work that discusses the Idle No More…

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Episode Three: Allyship, Métisness, and Becoming with Michael Daniel Broadfoot

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Article: Marisela Martinez-Cola (2020) Collectors, Nightlights, and Allies, Oh My! White Mentors in the Academy.

Michael and Madelaine discuss their collective emotions and experiences in being white-passing Indigenous students in…

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Episode Two: LGBTQ2S* Educational Environment Building and Inclusion with Mag Benard

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Article: Tera Goldstein, Austen Koecher, Pamela Baer, and Banjamin Lee Hicks (2018) Transitioning in Elementary: Parent Advocacy and Teacher Allyship.  

Mag and Madelaine discuss the article presented in great detail, privilege, and…

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Trailer: Educate the Earth’s Research Time

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Welcome to Research Time! This segment is all about sharing knowledge through discussing articles related to education, worldly connections, and how we take it up personally. 
We hope you can sit back, relax, and learn something new! 

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