Research Groups

The Faculty of Education is a collaborative research community. The research activities of our faculty, research groups, and the engagement of our graduate students are critical to our success. Our current research groups are:

Add*Ed Research Group

​The Add*Ed Research Group at Queen's University is focused on conducting and promoting research, innovation, and engagement related to special and inclusive education for students with autism and other developmental disabilities.


Assessment and Evaluation Group (AEG)

AEG is a team of faculty members and graduate students who engage in collaborative research in assessment and evaluation.


Classroom Assessment Research Team

CART works to rethink classroom assessment theory and practice through leading empirical scholarship.


Early Childhood Education Lab (ECE Lab)

The ECE LAB is a research team interested in improving understanding of the processes that influence learning, engagement, and self-regulation in the early years. 


Literacy Learning Research Team (LLRT)

The LLRT works to mobilize research-informed literacy practices into the elementary classroom by understanding teachers’ professional learning.


Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics+ Group (STEAM+)

STEAM+ is a team dedicated to improving teaching and learning in the mathematics, science and technology fields in schools and in teacher education.


Research Informing Policy, Practice and Leadership in Education (RIPPLE)

RIPPLE explores research use and impact from multiple vantage points and perspectives including research producers, research brokers, and research users.


Social Healing and Reconciliatory Education (SHARE)

SHARE brings together scholars in social justice, Indigenous education, and curriculum studies to develop projects that critically examine historical practices in education that are exclusionary and to recommend and develop pedagogies of reconciliation.


Social Studies and History Education in the Anthropocene Network (SSHEAN)

SSHEAN is dedicated to rethinking social studies and history education to address climate change and its associated ecological, economic, political, and social challenges


Theory and History of Education International Research (THEIR)

THEIR group's goal is to conduct interdisciplinary research in History and Philosophy of Education.