Research in Education at UOIT: 2015 Symposium
On January 16, the Faculty of Education presented the Research In Education at UOIT: 2015 Symposium.
The 2015 Symposium showcased the research of our faculty and graduate students. The keynote speaker, Dr. Ann-Louise Davidson, Associate Professor, Education, Concordia University, presented an address on her innovative technology research via Adobe Connect.
The 2015 Symposium was co-located in:
- Faculty of Education building (11 Simcoe Street North, Oshawa), on the second and third floors.
- Adobe Connect (synchronous video-conferencing).
The Powerpoint or PDF presentations for each speaker are included below:
- Dr. Ann-Louise Davidson - Research on the Edge - Dare to Innovate and Walk the Talk
- Dr. Diana Petrarca - The (un)making of a teacher
- Dr. Roland van Oostveen with Dr. Elizabeth Childs, Kathleen Flynn and Jessica Clarkson - Integration of PBL methodologies into online learning courses and programs
- Dr. Laura Pinto - A poetic response to policy layering, intensifications, and the de-skilling of teachers
- Dr. Jia Li and Jingfeng Han - Critical thinking criteria in EFL writing assessment in China
- Dr. Ami Mamolo - 1 + 1 = A window: On the polysemy of symbols
- Dr. Maurice DiGiuseppe with Dr. Saul Carliner, Dr. Francois Desjardins and Dr. Ann-Louise Davidson - Transitioning from print books to e-books: Exploring students' and instructors' views
- Dr. Allyson Eamer - Essential or sentimental? Saving our endangered languages
- Dr. Ann LeSage - Is there an app for that? Considering the quality of early math apps
- Joel Campbell - Digital storytelling: An authentic approach to engage student learning
- Jennifer Laffier - Signs of mental health distress amongst youth on social media: Implications for youth educational programs
- Janet Symmons - Qualitative Study of Twitter Use in a Canadian University (no file available at this time).
- Dr. Wendy Barber with Dr. Suzanne de Castell and Dr. Janette Hughes - Building bridges for school improvement: A model for sustainable university-school partnerships
- Amy Roberts - A conceptual kaleidoscope: Arts education, audience and technology
- Mike O'Connor - Effects of a constructivist learning environment on the facial expression recognition skills of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
- View the Research in Education at UOIT: 2014 Symposium page