Research in Action: Western Education's Research Report

Research In Action: Volume 3, Issue 3 - Spring 2015

Dr. Susan Rodger's research focuses on providing teachers with resources to increase their mental health literacy, to help them and their students thrive in the classroom. (more)


Supporting gender and sexual minority students in schools

Dr. Wayne Martino’s research aims to learn more about how schools are addressing the needs of transgender and gender minority youth. (more)


This isn’t your mother’s math!

Dr. Immaculate Namukasa researches ways of teaching math that work well with the modern-day curriculum and resources. (more)


Challenging assumptions about high-ability students

Doctoral student Lynn Dare's research challenges assumptions about the needs of high-ability students in the classroom. (more)


Congratulations

Congratulations to the following Faculty of Education researchers.

Community

Faculty of Education researchers have been involved in the following activities.

Publications

Faculty of Education researchers have published the following research.

Research Office

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www.edu.uwo.ca/research/

Upcoming Events

Math & Coding Symposium

  • Professors from the Faculty of Education, in conjunction with colleagues from the Faculty of Information & Media Studies and Wilfrid Laurier University, are hosting a three-day math and coding symposium from June 19-21, 2015.

  • The event is sponsored by the Fields Institute and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. It begins with a day of workshops, followed by the symposium. Members of the public are invited to the keynote addresses, regardless of whether or not they are registered for the workshops or symposium.

  • Please check the symposium web site for more information on the speakers, and to check space availability. There is no cost to attend a keynote presentation, but please RSVP to Dr. Gadandis, as space is limited.


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