Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education

CSSE 2018 Conference

Join us at the 2018 CSSE Conference in Regina.

All Queen’s alumni, students, faculty, and friends are invited to the Queen’s Alumni Reception. Many of our faculty and graduate students will be presenting their research at this conference. See the details below, follow us on Twitter and share your photos using hashtag #QueensCSSE2018

CSSE 2018 is hosted from May 26 to May 30 at the University of Regina, with three federated colleges, the First Nations University of Canada, Campion College and Luther College. For more information about the CSSE 2018 Conference visit: https://csse-scee.ca/conference-2018/ 

2018 Queen's Events

Con-Ed Student and Alumni on campus with jackets

Queen's Alumni Reception

Date: Monday, May 28th
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Saskatchewan Suite, The Hotel Saskatchewan

All Queen’s alumni, students, faculty, and friends are invited to join the Queen’s Faculty of Education at CSSE in Regina. Please join us for drinks (cash-bar) and appetizers, network with colleagues, and enjoy a special performance by Trevor Strong of the Arrogant Worms.

Please RSVP via Eventbrite


Sunday, May 27th
8:15 – 9:30 A.M.

Creative Cartography, Problem Solving, and re-conceptualizing resistance

Location: Education Building - ED 223.1
Description: Society's diverse views on being a problem solver: What does this mean for student learning?
Presenters: Heather Braund (Queen's), John Bosica (Queen's), Stephen MacGregor (Queen's), Eleftherios Soleas (Queen's), Jamie Pyper (Queen's)


Pedagogies for critical and digital literacies

Location: Education Building - ED 230
Description: Critical Literacy in Inquiry-based Classrooms: Teachers' Practices and Pedagogies
Presenters: Yiola Cleovoulou (OISE-UT), Pamela Beach (Queen's)


Sunday, May 27th
11:15 A.M. – 12:15 P.M.

TRC: Place-Based Perspectives

Location: Education Building - ED 341
Description: Answering the Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action by Expanding the Dominant Discourse: Teaching the Indigenous Humanities Through Place- Based Education
Presenter: Alice Johnston (Queen's)


Reading Across Disciplines

Location: Education Building - ED 230
Description: Reading to Learn: Pre-Service Secondary School Teachers' Understandings of Subject Area Literacy
Presenter: Britney Lester (Queen's)


Sunday, May 27th
1:30 – 2:45 P.M.

Pan Canadian Views on Teacher Induction

Location: Education Building - ED 514
Description: A Pan-Canadian Look at the Experiences Over the First Five Years For Early- Career Teachers.
Presenters: John Bosica (Queen's), Ian Matheson (Regina), Keith Walker (Saskatchewan), Benjamin Kutsyuruba (Queen's)


Pan Canadian Views on Teacher Induction

Location: Education Building - ED 514
Description: Retention and Development of Early Career Teachers: A Pan-Canadian Perspective
Presenters: Maha Al Makhamreh (Queen's), Rebecca Stroud Stasel (Queen's), Benjamin Kutsyuruba (Queen's), Keith Walker (Saskatchewan)


Inclusion, Learning Difficulties and Struggling Students

Location: Education Building - ED 438
Description: Why are students struggling to be successful in Applied English courses?
Presenters: Don Klinger (Queen's), Jessica Rich (Queen's), Stefan Merchant (Queen's)


Beginning Teachers Criss-Crossing Borders

Location: Education Building - ED 113
Description: "I'm really homesick:" Breaking Contract at International Schools
Presenters: Stefan Merchant (Queen's), Marcea Ingersoll (St. Thomas), Launa Gauthier (Queen's)


Monday, May 28th
8:15 – 9:30 A.M.

Parent Perceptions & Involvement

Location: Education Building - ED 623
Description: Towards An Understanding Of Parental Advocacy: A Preliminary Framework
Presenter: Kyle Robinson (Queen's)


Policies Impacting the Educational Outcomes of Youth

Location: Education Building - ED 616
Description: Implementing the Joint Protocol for Student Achievement to Promote Educational Success in Foster Care Youth
Presenter: Samantha Shewchuk (Queen's)


Monday, May 28th
9:45 – 11:00 A.M

CCGSE Posters

Location: Riddell Centre - RC 128.1 Multipurpose Room
Description: Canadian Secondary School Professionals Awareness of the Needs of Military-Connected Children
Presenter: Shannon Hill (Queen's)


CCGSE Roundtables

Location: Riddell Centre - RC 128.1 Multipurpose Room
Table 5: The Paradigm Shift of Competency-Based Education
Presenter: Hasan Kettaneh (Queen's)
Table 6: Speaking up (online): Phenomenologically exploring socially anxious adolescents' use of new literacies
Presenter: Clarissa de Leon (Queen's)
Table 8: Knowledge Mobilization in Canadian Universities: Exploring Research Impact with Non-Academic Partners
Presenter: Stephen MacGregor (Queen's)


Monday, May 28th
11:15 A.M. – 12:15 P.M.

Challenging Assumptions about the Preservice Teacher Practicum

Location: Education Building - ED 388
Description: Challenging Traditional Assumptions About The Preservice Teacher Education Practicum
Presenters: Lynn Thomas (Sherbrooke), Tom Russell (Queen's), Andrea Martin (Queen's), Gladys Sterenberg (Mount Royal), Kevin O'Connor (Mount Royal), Allan MacKinnon (Simon Fraser), Ruth Kane (Ottawa)


Active Pedagogy for Critical Citizenship

Location: Education Building - ED 514
Description: Big ideas, small groups: Creating community, citizenry, and agency with an experimental cross-cultural high school theatre project
Presenter: Rebecca Stroud Stasel (Queen's)


Monday, May 28th
1:30 – 2:45 P.M.

Mental Health in Post-Secondary

Location: Education Building - ED 623
Description: Thriving In Graduate School: Students' Perspectives On Factors That Support And Obstruct Well-Being
Presenters: Heather Coe-Nesbitt (Queen's), Eleftherios Soleas (Queen's), Anoushka Moucessian (Queen's), Nadia Arghash (Queen's), John Freeman (Queen's)


The Curriculum History of Canadian Teacher Education: A Pan-Canadian View

Location: Education Building - ED 388
Description: The Curriculum History of Canadian Teacher Education: A Pan-Canadian View
Presenter: Theodore Christou (Queen's)


Monday, May 28th
3:00 – 4:15 P.M.

Beginning Teachers: Development of Inclusive Practice

Location: Education Building - ED 623
Description: Beginning Teachers Study: The Development of Inclusive Practice
Presenters: Nancy Hutchinson (Queen's) and others


Tuesday, May 29th
8:15 – 9:30 A.M.

Comparing Metacognition and UnMaking / Unlearning

Location: Education Building - ED 314
Description: Building metacognitive minds: Practices from teachers for teachers
Presenters: Eleftherios Soleas (Queen's), Heather Braund (Queen's)


Tuesday, May 29th
9:45 – 11:00 A.M.

CCGSE Roundtables

Location: Riddell Centre - RC 128.1 Multipurpose Room
Table 5: Empowering students and questioning content
Description: Online Financial Literacy Education Resources for Teachers: A Review of the Canadian Financial Literacy Database
Presenters: Gail Henderson (Queen's), Pamela Beach (Queen's), Lucy Sun (Queen's)
Table 8: Language and Literacy Acquisition
Description: Investigating Chinese High School Students' Motivation, Learning Engagement, and Language Achievement in the English Classroom
Presenter: Yaqi Hao (Queen's)
Description: How Do Individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder Learn to Read?
Presenter: Dawei Yang (Queen's)


LLRC Posters

Location: Riddell Centre - RC 128.1 Multipurpose Room
Description: Learning how to meditate: Scaffolding mindfulness through close-reading
Presenter: Clarissa de Leon (Queen's)


Preparing educators for teaching beyond the Canadian K-12 sector

Location: Education Building - ED 314
Description: Preparing educators for teaching other than K-12
Presenters: Blye Frank (UBC), Robert Mizzi (Manitoba), Lindsay Morcom (Queen's), Shaunda Wood (STU)


Inclusion: Perspectives from D/HH Students

Location: Education Building - ED 113
Description: Narratives of inclusion: Perspectives of Canadian deaf or hard of hearing (D/HH) students and their itinerant teachers.
Presenters: Nancy Norman (Kwantlen Polytechnic, Fraser Valley), Natalia Rohatyn- Martin (Alberta), CJ Dalton (Queen's)


Science Assessment

Location: Education Building - ED 623
Description: A co-production model for merging science and media: "A new area between these worlds"
Presenters: Stephen MacGregor (Queen's), Amanda Cooper (Queen's)


Tuesday, May 29th
11:15 A.M. – 12:15 P.M.

Talent & Innovation

Location: Education Building - ED 113
Description: The price of admission: Examining how expectancies and values can overcome innovation's costs
Presenter: Eleftherios Soleas (Queen's)


The Curriculum History of Canadian Teacher Education: A Pan-Canadian View

Location: Education Building - ED 388
Description: The Curriculum History of Canadian Teacher Education: A Pan-Canadian View
Presenter: Theodore Christou (Queen's)


Flipped And Online Approaches to Literacy and Writing

Location: Education Building - ED 311
Description: Self-Directed Online Learning and Literacy Instruction: Pre-Service Teachers' Self-Perceptions
Presenter: Pamela Beach (Queen's), Cara Metzger (Queen's)


Designing collaborative and engaging learning experiences for students and stakeholders

Location: Education Building - ED 623
Description: Mobile Makerspace: How Design Thinking, Collaborative Evaluation, & Integrated Knowledge Mobilization Inform Program Design
Presenter: Scott Compeau (Queen's)


Tuesday, May 29th
1:30 – 2:45 P.M.

Mind, brain and education: The Interconnections of research across disciplines

Location: Education Building - ED 193
Description: Mind, brain and education: The Interconnections of research across disciplines
Presenters: Cathy Bruce (Trent), Brent Davis (Calgary)


Curricular Reform and Innovation: From Theoretical Frameworks to Best Practices

Location: Education Building - ED 388
Description: Teacher Education, Historical Thinking, and Inquiry in a New Progressive Age
Presenter: Theodore Christou (Queen's)


Re/thinking anti-oppression, anti-racist, and decolonial education

Location: Education Building - ED 186.1
Description: Critical Cross-Disciplinary Approaches to Indigenization, Decolonization, and Reconciliation
Presenters: Lindsay Morcom (Queen's), Lynne Davis (Trent), Lisa Taylor (Bishop's), Chris Hiller (Laurier), Jan Hare (UBC)


Teachers and Teacher Assessment

Location: Education Building - ED 623
Chair: Jessica Rich (Queen's)
Description: A Comparative Study of Teachers' Grading Practices in Canadian and Chinese Secondary Schools
Presenters: Liying Cheng (Queen's), Christopher DeLuca (Queen's), Heather Braund (Queen's), Wei Yan (Queen's)
Description: How are Ontario secondary teachers assessing learning skills and work habits? Do they even care about them? s
Presenter: Stefan Merchant (Queen's)


Educational Governance, Legislation, Policy: Examining the Political, the Colonial and the (Non)partisan

Location: Education Building - ED 621
Chair: Hasan Kettanah (Queen's)


Tuesday, May 29th
3:00 – 4:15 P.M.

Teachers & Teaching

Location: Education Building - ED 113
Description: More than Thinking about Thinking: What are Pre-service Teachers' Experiences With Integrating Metacognition?
Presenters: Heather Braund (Queen's), Eleftherios Soleas (Queen's)


Achievement and Assessment

Location: Education Building - ED 623
Description: Raising the Achievement of Immigrant Student Groups: Promising Policies and Practices
Presenters: Louis Volante (Brock), Don Klinger (Queen's), Melissa Siegel (Maastricht), Leena Yahia (Queen's)
Description: Do professional programs conceptualize competence in similar ways?
Presenter: Jessica Rich (Queen's)


Tuesday, May 29th
4:30 – 5:45 P.M.

Indigenous Languages & Literacies

Location: Education Building - ED 619
Description: A Holistic Investigation of an Anishinaabemowin Immersion School: Year Four Results
Presenter: Lindsay Morcom (Queen's)


Wednesday, May 30th
8:15 – 9:30 A.M.

Conceptual Design Framework the Public Education System

Location: Education Building - ED 311
Description: Engineering Design & Design Thinking: A proposed conceptual design framework for the K-12 education system.
Presenter: Scott Compeau (Queen's)


Languages and Culture

Location: Education Building - ED 616
Disc.: Stefan Merchant (Queen's)


SSTEP

Location: Education Building - ED 315
Description: Self-Study of a Practicum Supervisor's Pedagogy
Presenter: Andrea Martin (Queen's), Tom Russell (Queen's)

 


Wednesday, May 30th
9:45 – 11:00 A.M.

CCGSE Roundtables

Location: Riddell Centre - RC 128.1 Multipurpose Room
Table 1: Emotions and selflessness as challenges to Eurocentrism
Presenter: Suparna Roy (Queen's)
Table 7: Student Voice
Presenter: Lauren Curtas (Queen's)
Table 8: Supporting Students With Mental health Challenges
Presenter: Clarissa de Leon (Queen's), Christina Luzius-Vanin (Queen's)


Indigenous Education Programming & Evaluation

Location: Education Building - ED 514
Description: Pre-service teacher views on Indigenous education
Presenter: Kaitlind Peters (Queen's)


Examining Teacher Education and Early Career Teaching

Location: Education Building - ED 314
Description: Paying the Piper: Balancing Work Demands with Wellness in Early Career Teaching
Presenter: Rebecca Stroud Stasel (Queen's), John Bosica (Queen's), Benjamin Kutsyuruba (Queen's), Keith Walker (Saskatchewan)


Wednesday, May 30th
3:00 – 4:15 P.M.

ARTS

Location: Education Building - ED 209
Description: Assessment of Creativity in K-12 Education: A Scoping Review
Presenter: Ben Bolden (Queen's), Christopher DeLuca (Queen's), Tiina Kukkonen (Queen's), Suparna Roy (Queen's), Judy Wearing (Queen's)
Description: Creativity in the Classroom: Why? An Investigation by an Artist-in-the- school
Presenter: Trevor Strong (Queen's)


2018 CSSE Program Committee Member: Leena Yahia (Queen's)