Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education
Faculty of Education

Alice Johnston



PhD in Education, Curriculum Theorizing


Dr. Lindsay Morcom


  • BA Dalhousie University: Combined Honors Degree in International Development Studies and Social Anthropology
  • B.Ed. (OISE) University of Toronto: Junior/Intermediate, History
  • M.Ed. University of Saskatchewan: Educational Foundations

Research Interests

  • Land Education and sustainability
  • First Nations, Inuit and Métis culture and language revitalization in schools
  • Anti-racist education

Recent Activity

  • Project Developer: Matariki Indigenous Student Mobility Program (2019)
  • Course Developer and Instructor: Queen’s University, Ever Scholar Program (2018-19)
  • T.A: Queen’s Faculty of Education (FOUN 101, FOCI 260, PROF 508, PROF 503, FOUN 102) (2017-19)
  • Culturally Responsive Education Consultant: Imagine a Canada Campaign (2018-19)
  • Research Assistant: Impact of Language Immersion on Student Development (2018-19)
  • Course Developer: Queen’s University, World Indigenous Education Master’s Program (2018)

Selected Publications

Johnston, A. (2018). Relationships and culturally responsive teaching. In B. Bolden; T,     Christou; C, Deluca; M, Ingersoll; H, Ogden & J, Wearing (Eds.) Key concepts in curriculum: Perspectives on the fundamentals. (2 pgs.). Routledge.

Johnston, A. & Claypool, T. (2010). Incorporating a multi-method assessment model in schools serving First Nations, Inuit, and Métis learners. Native Studies Review, 19, no.2.