News from Statistics Canada
Survey on Early Learning and Child Care Arrangements, 2019
News from Statistics Canada
Survey on Early Learning and Child Care Arrangements, 2019
We invite you to join us on 1 June 2019 from 10:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.
For a full day pre-conference workshop on:
RECONCILIATION & ADULT LEARNING THROUGH NARRATIVE MÉTISSAGE
• Connect through storytelling
• Spark your creativity
• Learn a new method for learning, teaching, research, and community engagement
How do we begin to tell the story of Canada’s legacy of colonization in a way that opens dialogue and inspires action? Métissage offers one possibility.
Métissage is a creative method that interweaves personal stories, poetry, gestures, and images. It values both the individual and the collective and supports the complex and often messy unfolding of our shared human tapestry.
In this full-day workshop, participants will explore what reconciliation means in adult education contexts through the process of narrative métissage. We will describe the method, lead participants through a range of creative prompts and practices, create the space for sharing and hearing stories, engage in meaningful dialogue, and provide a list of take-home resources.
• Marcia Dawson (Gitxsan from the Dzawada’enuxw Nation)
• Christine Webster (Nuu-chah-nulth from the Ahousaht Nation)
• Brian Dominguez
• Catherine Etmanski
• Kathy Bishop
• Cheryl Heykoop
FOR QUESTIONS OR TO REGISTER, CONTACT:
COST: $40 per person (includes lunch, coffee, and fruit)
Veille scientifique du CRIFPE
No. 192, 4 avril 2019
|– Claivaz, D. & Bourqui, D. (2019). Édupreneurial pivot. Transformation des organisations scolaires par l’État d’esprit. Québec, Québec : Presses de l’Université du Québec.||Lire…|
|– Ferté, L. & Husser, A.-C. (dir.) (2019). L’institution scolaire au prisme de la modernité. Paris, France : L’Harmattan.||Lire…|
|– Kowalczuk-Walędziak, M., Korzeniecka-Bondar, A. & Danilewicz, W. (dir.) (2019). Rethinking Teacher Education for the 21st Century. Trends, Challenges, and New Directions. NY, USA : Columbia University Press.||Lire…|
|– Millet, A. (2019). Grammaire descriptive de la Langue des Signes Française. Dynamiques iconiques et linguistique générale. Grenoble, France : Université Grenoble Alpes Éditions.||Lire…|
|– Nsamenang, A. B., Tchombe, T. M. S. & Sabatier, C. (dir.) (2019). Manuel des théories et méthodes d’enseignement en Afrique. Programme éducatif génératif pour la formation des enseignants. Paris, France : L’Harmattan.||Lire…|
|– Pinar, W. F. (2019). Moving Images of Eternity. George Grant’s Critique of Time, Teaching, and Technology. Ottawa, Québec : University of Ottawa Press / Les Presses de l’Université d’Ottawa.||Lire…|
|– Prairat, E. (Paris). Propos sur l’enseignement. Paris, France : Presses universitaires de France.||Lire…|
|– Rouvière, N. (dir.) (2019). Bande dessinée et enseignement des humanités. Grenoble, France : Université Grenoble Alpes Éditions.||Lire…|
|– Cheff, N. (2019). Learning to discipline students in Montreal schools : An administrator’s perspective. Mémoire de maîtrise inédit, McGill University, Montréal, Québec.||Lire…|
|– Hubbard, K. (2019). Phenomenology of boredom coping : understanding students’ lived experiences of coping with boredom in college. Thèse de doctorat inédite, McGill University, Montréal, Québec.||Lire…|
|– Iacono, H. (2019). Supporting pre-service mathematics teachers to notice and understand the practice of positioning students competently. Mémoire de maîtrise inédit, McGill University, Montréal, Québec.||Lire…|
|– Khoja, N. (2019). Children’s construction of meanings on gender appropriateness of social roles in a preschool setting in Saudi Arabia. Thèse de doctorat inédite, McGill University, Montréal, Québec.||Lire…|
|– Tremblay-Wragg, É. (2018). Utilisation de stratégies pédagogiques diversifiées par quatre formateurs universitaires : quelle participation à la motivation à apprendre de leurs étudiants ?. Thèse de doctorat inédite, Université du Québec à Montréal, Montréal, Québec.||Lire…|
|– Couture, H. (2019). La santé mentale des enfants et des adolescents : données statistiques et enquêtes recensées. (Document préparatoire). Québec, Québec : Conseil supérieur de l’éducation.||Lire…|
|– de Brey, C., Musu, L., McFarland, J., Wilkinson-Flicker, S., Diliberti, M., Zhang, A. et al. (2019). Status and Trends in the Education of Racial and Ethnic Groups 2018 (NCES 2019-038). Washington, DC, USA : National Center for Education Statistics.||Lire…|
|– Department of Education (England) (2019). Realising the potential of technology in education : A strategy for education providers and the technology industry. Manchester, United Kingdom : Department of Education.||Lire…|
|– Ordre des enseignantes et des enseignants de l’Ontario (OEEO) (2019). Supporting Students’ Mental Health. Toronto, Ontario : Ontario College of Teachers.||Lire…|
|– Cahiers pédagogiques, (552) 2019||Lire…|
|– Education Canada, 59(1) 2019||Lire…|
|– Info lettre du Récit 2019||Lire…|
|– L’Éducateur, (03) 2019||Lire…|
|– Formation et profession, 27(1) 2019||Lire…|
|– Les Cahiers de l’Acedle, 16(1) 2019||Lire…|
|– McGill Journal of Education / Revue des sciences de l’éducation de McGill, 53(3) 2018||Lire…|
|– Revue internationale de l’éducation familiale, (44) 2019||Lire…|
|– Social Inclusion, 7(1) 2019||Lire…|
|– Dossier de veille de l’IFÉ, 129, mars 2019||Lire…|
|– 6e Colloque international en éducation : enjeux actuels et futures de la formation et de la profession enseignante||Lire…|
|– 7e Sommet du numérique en éducation||Lire…|
|– 2019 the 2nd International Conference on Education Research and Policy (ICERP 2019)||Lire…|
|– 5e colloque international de didactique professionnelle||Lire…|
Les archives de la veille scientifique sont disponibles à l’adresse suivante: http://crifpe.ca/veille
An upcoming seminar will focus on the struggles experienced by women around the world, particularly refugees and women in failed and developing states, in gaining an education – and possible solutions to the barriers they must overcome. We will explore a global education agenda for women and girls from two different perspectives: the policy issues that attempt to remove barriers, and the experiences of young women from refugee contexts who have overcome the odds to pursue their education.
Prominent women with great expertise in the field of education and development in Canada and internationally will discuss the current policies of both Canada and the United Nations aimed at enhancing opportunities for women and girls within the framework of Canada’s Feminist International Assistance Policy and the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development. Responding to those policies will be young women from the Middle East and sub-Saharan Africa who are now pursuing their university education in Ottawa. They will tell their stories and describe the education challenges and opportunities facing displaced girls and women and those living in developing countries.
Participants will have ample opportunity to meet and talk with speakers during breaks, a reception, and small group discussions on the topics brought up in the formal presentations.
This two-part seminar is a partnership between the Canadian Federation of University Women of Ottawa (CFUW-Ottawa) https://cfuw-ottawa.org/ and World University Service of Canada (WUSC) https://wusc.ca/.
You are invited to participate in this exciting day to explore the challenges and solutions to education for women and girls around the world. This event is open to the public so please invite your friends to join you.
Venue: Jean Pigott Place, Ottawa City Hall
Time: 9:00 am – 4:00 p.m. including lunch, coffee breaks and a reception
Invited: CFUW members and the public
Cost: $40.00 ($20 for students)
Register online at www.cfuw-ottawa.org
Western University – Applied Behaviour Analysis
Deadline|Date limite : 2019-05-31
Western University – Assistant Professors in TESOL and Applied Linguistics
Deadline|Date limite : 2019-05-10
Join us for an ERIC Webinar for Policymakers
|Are you looking for education research to help inform education policy? ERIC, the Institute of Education Sciences’ online library, provides free access to high-quality education research. ERIC has more than 1.7 million records that include journal articles, evaluation reports, trend studies, policy briefings and analyses, education statistics, and white papers.
Find out how ERIC can help you! This webinar will answer the following questions:
16 April 2019
University of Saskatchewan – Secondary English Language Arts Pedagogy
Deadline|Date limite : 2019-05-17
Please find attached a call for chapter proposals for the edited book “Mentorship and Wellbeing: Global Perspectives and Priorities.” This edited book will focus on an international perspective about global and cross-cultural issues related to mentorship, mental health, and wellbeing within higher education. Empirical and conceptual research will be accepted.
Topics may include but are not limited to:
Interested contributors, please submit a 300-word abstract in APA format, outlining the topic and the argument for a proposed chapter. Also include a working title of the chapter, five key words, a cover page (with title, name, position, affiliation, and contact information), and a reference page. Please submit an abstract of your proposed chapter by 30 April 2019 to Snezana Ratkovic at email@example.com. You will be informed if your proposal is accepted by 31 May 2019.
Proposed abstracts will be selected based on connection to mentorship in graduate education, with an emphasis on mental health and wellbeing; importance of topic; depth of analysis; quality of writing; and balance with other proposals. You will be required to submit an electronic copy of your full chapter (approximately 5000 words) to Snezana Ratkovic at firstname.lastname@example.org by 30 September 2019. You will be notified of chapter status by mid-November 2019.
Routledge has expressed interest in publishing this book subject to review of the final manuscript.
I am more than happy to answer any questions regarding proposal submission.
P.S. Please feel free to circulate this call to your colleagues.
Snezana Ratkovic, Ph.D.
Research Officer and Instructor
Brock University | Faculty of Education
Niagara Region | 1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way| St. Catharines | ON L2S 3A1
brocku.ca | T 905 688 5550 x4793 | WH107
🌿 IMMEDIATE CALL FOR CHAPTER ABSTRACTS
Vol. 14, Toward Abolishing White Supremacy in Higher Education
Book Series: Equity in Higher Education Theory, Policy, & Praxis, Peter Lang Publishing, NY
Chapter Abstract: On or before 15 April 2019
Completed Chapter: On or before 1 June 2019
Anticipated Publication Date: December 2019
DEDICATION This book will honor those who lost loved ones, friends, and colleagues in the Al Noor and Linwood Mosque massacres on Friday, 15 March 2019 in Christchurch, NZ
PURPOSE My goal with this edited text is to empower administrators, faculty, staff, students, campus & community partners who want to learn more about confronting and eliminating White Supremacy within the Academy. Original research, successful intervention policies, and strategies for permanent prevention are the top priorities. Other topics may be included depending on their goodness of fit with the book’s purpose.
CHAPTER LENGTH 4,000-4,500 words (excluding references)
AUTHOR INFO Name, Rank/Role, Affiliation, email (nothing else please at this time)
ABSTRACT CONTENT Working Title (different from the book title), 8-12 Keywords, and a 250-300-word summary with at least five citations & references; Format: APA (6th ed.)
BOOK EDITOR email@example.com