When: Thursday, June 8, 2017 | 4:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Where: UBC Robson Square, 800 Robson Street, Vancouver
On Thursday, June 8, students who have recently completed capstone work (EDST 501/553) will be hosting a mini poster-conference, sharing their research processes and products and answering questions in a casual, walkabout setting with snacks and beverages. These new MEd graduates have investigated a wide variety of issues related to practice, pedagogy, policy and politics. Please join them for some interesting conversation about what is “hot” in educational leadership.
Poster topics include:
- Understanding Teacher Conceptualizations of Intellectual Engagement
- School Inclusion: an Investigation of How Beginning Teachers Understand Policy and Practice
- An Exploration of How Educational Leaders are Supporting the Implementation of Revised Aboriginal Curricular Policies and Pedagogies
- Educational Leadership Reconceived Through the Lens of the Capabilities Approach of Amartya Sen and Martha Nussbaum
- Kitsilano Secondary School Parliament: A Case Study on Student Involvement in School Governance
- What are Better Practices When Evaluating Student Success in School?
- Effective Educational Leadership from the Perspectives of Elementary School Educators in a Public School District and an Independent School District
- Joy in Elementary Classrooms
- Spindle Whorl – Embracing the Tensions Between Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Knowledges in Public Educational Settings
- It’s Not about the Kids – An Analysis of the Media’s Portrayal of the 2014 BCTF Job Action