Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education

Jackson Pind

PhD
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Program

PhD, Curriculum Studies

Supervisor

Dr. Theodore Christou

Research Interests

  • Curriculum history
  • Indigenous Educational History
  • Educational Policy
Recent Activities
  • Currently the Vice-President of the Education Graduate Student society, member of the Education Student Mental Health Initiative and on the Submission Committee for RBJSE 2018.
  • Serve as the SGPS representative for Education Graduate students on student council.
  • TA for FOUN 102: Historical and Philosophical Traditions of the Curriculum for the teacher education program.
  • Recipient of 2017 Government of Canada History award for essay “Pursuing Educational Equality in Northern Ontario.”
Recent Publications

Pind, J (2018). The Foundation of Duncan McArthur Hall: 50 Years of Queen’s Bachelor of Education Program, Paper presentation at the annual Rosa Bruno-Jofré Symposium in Eduction, Kingston, Ontario.

Pind, J (2018, Accepted). The Pursuit of Indigenous Equality, Ernie Checkeris and the “Peaceable Kingdom”, 1968-1982. Paper Presentation at the Society for Curriculum History, New York, New York, USA.

Pind. (2017). Ernie Checkeris: Progressive education and the Hall-Dennis Report in Northern Ontario, 1965-1975. Paper presentation at Laurentian University Research Week (LRW, 2017), Sudbury, ON, Canada.

J, Pind. & Miller, S. (2015). Atikokan: A History. Co-presentation at the Partnerships for International Research and Education on Bioenergy (PIRE, 2015), Michigan Technological University, Houghton, MI, United States.

Pind, J. (2017). The Alderville War Memorial: A bizarre monument or a community’s search for meaning? Activehistory.ca: Canada’s Frist World War Series. http://activehistory.ca/2017/06/the-alderville-war-memorial-a-bizarre-monument-or-a-communitys-search-for-meaning/.