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Education

Education

Candace Figg and Kamini Jaipal-Jamani were awarded for poster and paper presentations.

Education

Education

Recent presentations from professors in the Faculty of Education.

Tecumseh Centre staff member teaching moccasin making

Tecumseh Centre staff member teaching moccasin making

A program recruiter from the Tecumseh Centre for Aboriginal Research and Education will teach moccasin making as part of a War of 1812 project.

Education

Education

Shelley Griffin presented the paper “Uncovering teacher candidates’ music experiences: Sewing narrative threads” at the 3rd International Conference on Narrative Inquiry in Music and Education.

Education

Education

Rodger Beatty has been re-elected to provincial and national committees dealing with music education.

Education

Education

Shelley M. Griffin presented “The heart of shaping practice: Teacher candidates’ telling narratives of music experiences” at the Arts for Social and Environmental Justice (ASEJ) Symposium in May. The symposium was at the Royal Conservatory in Toronto.
Griffin was also an elementary music adjudicator at the Niagara Catholic Celebrates Music Festival 2010 in April.

Education

Education

Shelley Griffin, assistant professor of Education, presented “The heart of shaping practice: Teacher candidates’ telling narratives of music experiences” at the Arts for Social and Environmental Justice (ASEJ) Symposium at the Royal Conservatory in Toronto on May 15.

Education

Education

Louis Volante, Joanne Reid, Susan Drake and Danielle Beckett presented the following papers at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association in Denver, Colo. in May

Education, Graduate Studies

Education, Graduate Studies

Po-ling Bork presented the paper “Overcoming Selective Mutism: Play Now…Talk Later!” at the Designing for Children International Conference from Feb. 3 to 5 in Mumbai, India.
Bork and Darryl L. Wood also presented the poster “iSPEAK++ Design of an Interactive Software Program that Empowers Anxious Kids To Talk” at the same conference in Mumbai, India.

Education, Graduate Studies

Education, Graduate Studies

Po-Ling Bork, a doctoral candidate in Educational Studies at Brock, and Debra Harwood, an assistant professor in the Faculty of Education, will lead a workshop on selective mutism at the Early Childhood Community Development Centre on March 30.

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