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Faculty of Education presents Works in Progress- WIPS for Fall 2018-FR

Author: myUNB News

Posted on Sep 4, 2018

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UNB's Faculty of Education presents WIPS: WORKS IN PROGRESS SESSIONS (WIPS), which are informal presentations given by Education graduate students, faculty and staff on their ideas and research. Each session has two 15-minute presentations followed by a discussion.

The sessions will be held on Wednesdays, from 12 - 1 p.m., in Marshall d’Avray Hall, 308. Everyone is welcome!

Fall 2018

September 26

Shauntelle Nurse: The Discourses of Race, Culture and Gender in Internationalization Strategies and the Experience of International Students at Canadian Universities

Casey Burkholder: Think/Film/Screen/Change: Working with Cellphilms to Explore Girlhood, Activism, and Ethical Practice in New Brunswick


October 10

Josée Le Bouthillier: Oral Literacy Centers in a French Immersion Elementary Setting

Dave Wagner: Science and Mathematics Textbook Authors’ Hopes for Peace and Sustainability


October 24

Roger Saul: Schooling at the Doorstep of Dystopia: On Educating for Unsustainable Futures

Cleo Gallant: New Brunswick and Heteronormative Sexuality Education: A Queer Critical Discourse Analysis of Middle School Curricula and Corresponding Research


November 7

Adrian Downey & Matt McGuire: Teeming with Attunement: Toward Team Teaching

Alan Sears: Rescuing Reason: The Democratic Mission of History Education


November 21

Sharon Wahl: The Women of Shakespeare

Sharla Hoyt: Determining Highly Effective Teacher-Student Writing Conference Practices in High School ELA Classrooms


Organizing committee

Mary Blatherwick,, Casey Burkholder,

Shauntelle Nurse, & Roger Saul,

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