On June 8, 2022 the Office of Research in Education sponsored a dynamic panel presentation to highlight the knowledge mobilization activities of 9 Faculty of Education scholars who were awarded Faculty of Education EMERGE grants. The EMERGE program is designed to provide opportunities to engage in knowledge exchange in a range of research areas between Indigenous and racialized scholars, educators and community members.
Hosted by Associate Dean Research Dr. Patsy Duff, the presenters shared their project objectives, progress to date and anticipated next steps for their EMERGE activities.
To view the presentation, please click here. (Passcode: 24d&tHP@)
Our discussants and presenters were as follows:
Dr. Reg D’Silva, Associate Dean, Equity & Strategic Programs
Dr. Joaquin Muñoz, Assistant Professor, EDCP
Dr. Jessica Chan: Fostering Literacy at Home: Knowledge Mobilization Beyond the Classroom
Dr. Sandrine Han: AsianCrit in Canadian Context
Dr. Surita Jhangiani: Alternative Grading Practices
Dr. Anusha Kassan: A Virtual Symposium and Book Launch for “Diversity and Social Justice in Counselling, Psychology, and Psychotherapy: A Case Study Approach
Dr. Shannon Leddy: Knowledge Sharing Sessions for Revising the Ministry of Education Environmental Learning and Experience Framework
Dr. Bathseba Opini: Mentoring Teacher Candidates in Anti-ableist and Antiracist Education: A CFE Pilot Project
Dr. Amy Parent: Intergenerational Learning Circle on Indigenous Graphic Novels & Decolonial Graduate Knowledge Mobilization Projects
Dr. Johanna Sam: Online Warriors Sharing Circles
Dr. Hongxia Shan: Diversity Work as Organizational Learning: Dissemination and Assessment of an Organizational Model