Graduate Supervisors

Research Profiles

Our research leads to enhanced knowledge and understanding of teaching and learning and progressive changes in educational policies and practices. Through the work of our faculty members and graduate students, we bring together diverse perspectives on education and foster multidisciplinary expertise in the following areas:

  • Arts Education
  • Assessment and Evaluation
  • Curriculum Studies
  • Early Childhood Education
  • Exceptionalities
  • History and Philosophy of Education
  • Indigenous Education and Land-Based Learning 
  • International Education
  • Language and Literacy
  • Leadership and Policy Studies
  • Outdoor Education
  • Math, Science and Technology in Education
  • Social Justice and Inclusion

Claire Ahn

she/her

Multiliteracies

A206

Lee Airton

They/Them

Gender and Sexuality Studies in Education

A213

Language and Literacy

A201

Special Education

A316

Music Education

A215

History of Education

B203

At-Risk Learners & Student Success

A208

Measurement and Assessment

A318

Educational Policy and Leadership

A217

355 King St. Room 346G

Educational Assessment

425 Gordon Hall & 218 Duncan McArthur Hall

Exceptionalities

B203

 

 

Arts Education

A326