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Faculty of Education

CSSE 2019 Conference

Join us at the 2019 CSSE Conference in Vancouver.

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 #QueensCSSE

CSSE 2019 is hosted from June 1 to June 5 at the University of British Columbia, with three federated colleges, the First Nations University of Canada, Campion College and Luther College. For more information about the CSSE 2019 Conference visit: csse-scee.ca/conference-2019/

2019 Queen's Events

Con-Ed Student and Alumni on campus with jackets

Queen's Alumni Reception

Date: Monday, June 3
Time: 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Location: Arbutus Collegium

All Queen’s alumni, students, faculty, and friends are invited to join the Queen’s Faculty of Education at CSSE in Vancouver. 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, June 2
8:15 - 9:30 am

Developing a Socially Valid Model of Parental Advocacy

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 208
Session: Multi-paper: Family-School Collaboration
Presenters: Kyle Robinson (Queen's)


Exploring jeremiad visual rhetoric in environmental documentaries: Raising awareness about the (dis)connection between human behaviours and environmental issues

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 202
Session: Multi-paper: Environmental Education Praxis
Presenters: Claire Ahn (Queen's)


Sunday, June 2
9:45 - 11:00 am

Focusing Efforts to Improve Gender Equity in Physics Education: A Pan-Canadian Physics Education Research Network

Location: Henry Angus Building (ANGU) Birmingham Centre
Session: Special Event / Keynote and Poster Session
Presenter: Lindsay Mainhood (Queen's)


Sunday, June 2
11:15 am - 12:15 pm

Teaching Elementary-Aged Children on the Autism Spectrum: The Key Issues, Challenges and Successes Described by Specialist Teachers

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 203
Session: Multi-paper: Teachers' Perspectives on Inclusive Classrooms
Presenter: Maria Shaikh (Queen's)


Exploring genre to develop creativity, awareness, and critical skills

Location: Henry Angus Building (ANGU) 334
Session: Multi-paper: Multiliteracies & Disciplinary Literacies
Presenter: Claire Ahn (Queen's), Clarissa Mae de Leon (Queen's), Ernesto Pena


Sunday, June 2
1:30 - 2:45 pm

Teacher candidates' approaches to assessment: A latent class analysis

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 202
Session: Multi-paper: School-Based Research and Innovation
Presenters: Andrew Coombs (Queen's), Christopher DeLuca (Queen's), Stephen MacGregor (Queen's)


No Walls, no problems? Exploring practice related challenges experienced by teachers in a 21st century open-concept school

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 202
Session: Multi-paper: School-Based Research and Innovation
Presenters: Allison McMillan (Queen's)


Positionality, Reflexivity, Creativity: Some Challenges and Tools for Researchers in Cross-cultural and International Projects

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1001
Session: Multi-paper: (Trans)national Citizenship and (Peace) Pedagogy
Presenters: Rebecca Stroud Stasel (Queen's)


The Experience of a Critical Friend in Self-Studies of Teacher Education

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 205
Session: Multi-paper: SSTEP-GAMFE Session
Presenters: Tom Russell (Queen's), Andrea Martin (Queen's)


Sunday, June 2
3:00 - 4:15 pm

Unruly Subjects: Youth Leading Change

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1002
Session: Symposium-Panel: Unruly Subjects: Youth Leading Change
Presenters: Dennis Sumara (Calgary), Sharon Friesen (Calgary), Michael Holden (Calgary), Ron MacDonald (PEI), Rebecca Luce-Kapler (Queen's)


What can poetry in educational evaluation contribute? An examination of poetic possibilities for engaging voices and views in program evaluation

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1008
Session: Multi-paper: Poetic inquiry and curriculum studies
Presenters: Michelle Searle (Queen's), Lori Kirkpatrick (Western), Ann McKerlie (OISEUT), Rachael Smyth (Western)


Grade 11 Students' Strategies for Collaboratively Writing from Online Sources of Information

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 207
Session: Multi-paper: Use of Technology to Support Learning
Presenters: Lori Kirkpatrick (Western), Michelle Searle (Queen's), Rachael Smythe (Western)


Doing Educational Work on Gender & Sexuality in Canada in the Twenty-Teens

Location: Henry Angus Building (ANGU) 491
Session: Special Event: Doing Educational Work on Gender & Sexuality in Canada in the Twenty-Teens
Presenters: Glen Hansman (BC Teachers’ Federation), Claire Guy (BC School Superintendents Association), Alex Wilson (Saskatchewan), Lee Airton (Queen's)


Monday, June 3
8:15 – 9:30 am

Exploring quality assurance in a Canadian university: A multi-level governance approach

Location: Henry Angus Building (ANGU) 234
Session: Multi-paper: Higher Education issues and leadership
Presenter: Leena Yahia (Queen's)


Decolonizing Environmental Education for Different Contexts and Nations

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1001
Session: Multi-paper
Presenter: Janet McVittie (Saskatchewan), Marcelo Gules Borges (Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina), Alice Johnston (Queen's), Rosie Kerr (Queen's), John Acharibasam (Saskatchewan), Tamica Small (Saskatchewan), Keonie Green (Saskatchewan), Chris Clark (Saskatchewan)


A Scoping Review of Partnership Working Across Social Service Sectors

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1002
Session: Multi-paper: Special Education
Presenter: Samantha Shewchuk (Queen's)


Monday, June 3
9:45 – 11:00 am

CCGSE Posters

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) Ballroom
Session: Voices of the Unheard: A Retrospective Examination of Female PostSecondary Students' Cyberbullying Victimization in Secondary School
Presenter: Lauren Curtas (Queen's)


Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) Ballroom
Session: Identifying and Supporting the Needs of Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Families in Schools
Presenter: Shannon Hill (Queen's), Heidi Cramm (Queen's)


CCGSE Roundtables

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) Ballroom
Table 2: Change Leadership
Presenter: Hasan Kettaneh (Queen's)
Table 3: Graduate Student Stories
Presenter: Christina Luzius-Vanin (Queen's), Sawyer Hogenkamp (Queen's), Deyu (Cindy) Xing (Queen's), Dawei Yang (Queen's)
Table 4: Assessment and Testing
Presenter: Nasreen Sultana (Queen's), Rubaiyat Jabeen (Queen's)
Table 5: Curriculum Gaps
Presenter: Tanzina Tahereen (Queen's)


Monday, June 3
11:15 am – 12:15 pm

Sexual and Gender Diversity and Inclusion – Updates from Canadian Faculties of Education

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1003
Session: Symposium-Panel: Sexual Orientation, Gender Diversity, and Inclusivity
Presenters: Lace Marie Brogden (Laurentian), Goli Rezai-Rashti (Western), Lee Airton (Queen's), Sharon Wahl (UNB), Wendy Carr (UBC)


Monday, June 3
1:30 – 2:45 pm

A Holistic Investigation of an Anishinaabemowin Immersion School: Year Four Results

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1001
Session: Multi-paper
Presenters: Lindsay Morcom (Queen's), Kim Debassige (Queen's), Stephanie Roy (Kenjgewin Teg, OISE-UT)


Monday, June 3
3:00 – 4:15 pm

Conceptualizing thriving among graduate and professional students

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 209
Session: Multi-paper: Post-Secondary Learning
Presenters: Heather Coe-Nesbitt (Queen's), Eleftherios Soleas (Queen's), Nadia Arghash (Queen's), Anoushka Moucessian


Less of test and more of other things: A washback study in the context of a secondary English public examination

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1002
Session: Multi-paper: English language Assessment
Presenters: Nasreen Sultana (Queen's)


A cognitive processing model of language assessment knowledge base using the linear logistic test model

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1002
Session: Multi-paper: English language Assessment
Presenters: Leena Yahia (Queen's), Tahereh Firoozi (Shahid Chamran Ahvaz)


Tuesday, June 3
4:30 - 5:45 pm

How teacher educators operationalize assessment policies

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1002
Session: Multi-session: Student Assessment Policy
Presenters: Andrew Coombs (Queen's), Jenny Ge (Queen's), Christopher DeLuca (Queen's)


Exploring Pre-university ESL Program Teachers' Perspectives towards Classroom Assessment Practices

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1003
Session: Multi-paper: ESL/FSL Assessment
Presenters: Peiyu Wang (Queen's)


Tuesday, June 4
8:15 - 9:30 am

Improving Spatial Reasoning through Drawing: How Shape Grammar Theory can Unify Art and Geometry

Location: Henry Angus Building (ANGU) 491
Session: Multi-paper: Relationships with Mathematics
Presenters: Loretta Walz (Queen's)


Exploring the Curriculum of Sexuality and Health within ReligiouslyAffiliated Ontario Families

Location: Henry Angus Building (ANGU) 343
Session: Multi-paper: Health and Well-Being in Education
Presenters: Jacob DesRochers (Queen's)


A Multiple-Case Study: Reading Development Experiences of Four Young Adults with High Functioning Autism

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 208
Session: Multi-paper: Reading
Presenters: Dawei Yang (Queen's)


Understanding the strengths, barriers, and gaps associated with current partnership delivery practices in Ontario's Joint Protocol for Student Achievement

Location: Henry Angus Building (ANGU) 234
Session: Multi-paper: Perspectives on School Leadership, Part 1
Presenters: Samantha Shewchuk (Queen's)


Gender Differences in Learning Skills and Work Habits

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1001
Session: Multi-paper: Design-Based Research
Presenters: Stefan Merchant (Queen's), Don Klinger (Waikato)


Conceptualization and Operationalization of Accountability in Canadian Education: An Systematic Review

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1002
Session: Multi-paper: Accountability
Presenter: Yan (Lizzie) Yan (Queen's)


Impact that counts: Measuring the role of social science funding agencies in knowledge mobilization

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1002
Session: Multi-paper: Accountability
Presenters: Stephen MacGregor (Queen's), Amanda Cooper (Queen's)


Tuesday, June 4
9:45 - 11:00 am

Phase 1 of "who is a problem solver": Bringing together diverse perspectives

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) Ballroom
Session: Roundtables: Community Responsive Pedagogies/Student Wellness
Presenter: Eleftherios Soleas (Queen's), Jamie Pyper (Queen's), Heather Braund (Queen's), Stephen MacGregor (Queen's), John Bosica (Queen's)


Developing an observational framework for assessing opportunities for self-regulation in play-based kindergarten

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) Ballroom
Session: Roundtables: Self-regulation
Presenter: Kristy Timmons (Queen's), Janette Pelletier (OISE-UT), Carl Corter (OISEUT), Elizabeth Sharp (Queen's)


Thriving in Higher Education: Voices of Four Female Graduate Students

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) Ballroom
Session: Posters
Presenter: Nadia Arghash (Queen's)


The Influence of Equation Alignment on Mental Addition of Children with an Arithmetic Disability

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) Ballroom
Session:  Posters
Presenter: Derek Berg (Queen's), Pamela McDonald (Queen's), Newsha Ziaian-Ghafari (Queen's)


An Instrument Review on Perceptions of Grades and Grading Practices within K-12 context

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1009
Session:  Multi-paper: Grading Evidence
Presenter: Wei Yan (Queen's)


Tuesday, June 4
11:15 am - 12:15 pm

Operationalization of self-regulation in the early years: How does it compare to theoretical underpinnings?

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 201
Session: Multi-paper: Self-regulation, numeracy apps
Presenter: Heather Braund (Queen's), Kristy Timmons (Queen's)


Resource Selection and Use in Anishinaabemowin Immersion Education

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1001
Session: Multi-paper
Presenter: Alice Johnston (Queen's), Lindsay Morcom (Queen's), Elizabeth Lee (Queen's)


Tuesday, June 4
3:00 – 4:15 pm

Positive Leadership: Creating conditions for flourishing cultures in schools

Location: Henry Angus Building (ANGU) 234
Session: Multi-paper: Knowing the Details; Balancing the Details
Presenters: Keith Walker (Saskatchewan), Sabre Cherkowski (UBC), Benjamin Kutsyuruba (Queen's)


A Conversation with Elder Ray Mason: Residential School Survivor and Founder of Spirit Wind Inc.

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1002
Session: Multi-paper
Presenters: Jennifer Davis (Queen's), Elder Raymond Mason (Peguis First Nation), Jackson Pind (Queen's)


Tuesday, June 4
4:30 – 5:45 pm

Navigating the hidden curriculum of the peer review process

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 208
Session: Symposium-Panel
Presenter: Andrew Coombs (Queen’s), Danielle Lorenz (Alberta), Christopher DeLuca (Queen’s), Theodore Christou (Queen’s), Pauline Sameshima (Lakehead), Ian Winchester (Calgary)


Wednesday, June 5
8:15 – 9:30 am

Two Decades of Assessment in Competency-Based Medical Education (CBME)

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1002
Session: Multi-paper: Medical Models and Assessment
Presenter: Hasan Kettaneh (Queen's), Layla Yahia (Al-Isra)


Examining Elementary Teachers' Learning Experiences as They Use the Canadian Financial Literacy Database

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 208
Session: Multi-paper: Digital literacies in K to 12 education
Presenter: Pamela Beach (Queen's), Gail Henderson (Queen's), Jen McConnel (Queen's)


Wednesday, June 5
9:45 – 11:00 am

Washback and Curriculum Alignment: Conceptualization of studying them together

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) Ballroom
Session: Roundtables: Curriculum Subjectivities
Presenter: Nasreen Sultana (Queen's)


Supporting Students with High-Incidence Hidden Exceptionalities through Non-Academic Intervention

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) Ballroom
Session: Roundtables: Social and Emotional Considerations for Students
Presenter: Ian Matheson (Queen's), Kyle Robinson (Queen's)


Do chronic health conditions influence adolescents' risk taking behaviours?

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) Ballroom
Session: Posters
Presenter: Emma Bozek (Queen's), Andrew Coombs (Queen's)


Differences in Calculation Fluency between Typically Achieving and Arithmetic Disabled Children

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) Ballroom
Session: Posters
Presenter: Pamela McDonald (Queen's), Derek Berg (Queen's)


The brightest part of the forest: A grit analysis of an Ontario children's book award

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) Ballroom
Session: Posters
Presenter: Jen McConnel (Queen's), Clarissa de Leon (Queen's)


Map-Centred History Teaching Exploring Byzantine Educational History through Map Mashups

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 205
Session: Multi-paper: Approaches to History and Social Studies Curricula
Presenter: Theodore Christou (Queen's)


Competency-Based Education: A Change Leadership Model

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 207
Session: Multi-paper: Change leadership and achievement
Presenter: Hasan Kettaneh (Queen's)


A scoping review of research-practice-policy networks in education

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1008
Session: Multi-paper: Policy
Presenter: Amanda Cooper (Queen's), Stephen MacGregor (Queen's), Samantha Shewchuk (Queen's), Lindsay Mainhood (Queen's)


What (and Who) is "Gender Expression"? Exploring Consistency and Inconsistency within Ontario School Board Policies

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 201
Session: Multi-paper
Presenter: Lee Airton (Queen's), Kyle Kirkup (Ottawa), Allison Mcmillan (Queen's), Jacob DesRochers (Queen's)


Wednesday, June 5
11:15 am – 12:15 pm

The Importance of Character Strengths for Building Resilience

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 203
Session: Workshop
Presenter: Jodi Basch (Queen's)


Wednesday, June 5
12:15  – 1:15 pm

Examining how expectancies and values can overcome the costs of innovation: A systematic review of environments and approaches

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 209
Session: Multi-paper: Motivation
Presenter: Eleftherios Soleas (Queen's)


An Expectancy Value Cost Analysis of the Factors Impacting the Drive to Complete Graduate School

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 209
Session: Multi-paper: Motivation
Presenter: Anoushka Moucessian, Eleftherios Soleas (Queen's), Heather Coe-Nesbitt (Queen's), Nadia Arghash (Queen's)


Supporting Truth and Reconciliation in Post-Secondary Education: A Case-Study from [Institution's] Faculty of Education

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1001
Session: Multi-paper
Presenter: Rebecca Carnevale (OISE-UT, Queen's), Lindsay Morcom (Queen's)


Wednesday, June 5
1:30  – 2:45 pm

Education at the Big House: Educational History in Kingston Penitentiary, 1950-1960

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 205
Session: Multi-paper: Education in Institutions, Education and Institutions
Presenter: Katie-Marie McNeill (Queen's)


Wednesday, June 5
3:00  – 4:15 pm

It's about time: History, context and the evolution of Indigenous-Settler relations in Canada

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1001
Session: Multi-paper
Presenter: Ted Riecken (Victoria), Alice Johnston (Queen's)


Refreshing Senior/Adult Education in Understanding Reconciliation with Indigenous Peoples

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1001
Session: Multi-paper
Presenter: Rebecca Stasel (Queen's), Alice Johnston (Queen's), Jackson Pind (Queen's)


Wednesday, June 5
4:30 – 5:45 pm

An Empirical Study of Students' Critical Incidences of Fairness in Classroom Assessment: A Social Psychology Approach

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1003
Session: Multi-paper: Classroom Assessment, Adolescent Perceptions
Presenters: Amirhossein Rasooli (Queen's)

A Systematic Review of Instruments Assessing Students' Perception of Fairness: A Social Psychology of Justice Perspective

Location: Ponderosa Commons: Oak House (PCOH) 1003
Session: Multi-paper: Classroom Assessment, Adolescent Perceptions
Presenters: Hamed Zandi (Institute for Advanced Studies in Basic Sciences), Amirhossein Rasooli (Queen's)


Technology as a Tool for Learning: Educators Share Their Experiences

Location: Neville Scarfe Building (SCRF) 208
Session: Multi-paper: Professional development and digital technologies
Presenters: Ann McKerlie (OISE-UT), Michelle Searle (Queen's), Lori Kirkpatrick (Western), Rachael Smyth (Western)