Join researchers from the Faculty of Education at UBC in a Zoom discussion about their ongoing projects funded through the 2022 Elevate & Mobilize EDI Research Grants in Education (EMERGE) program.
The EMERGE program provides groups opportunities to engage in knowledge mobilization and exchange between Indigenous and racialized scholars, educators and community members. Join us for a lively discussion about EMERGE projects on topics ranging from developing environmental education resources for youth, strengthening literacy at home for grade school children, and developing strategies for understanding and reducing cyber-aggression among Indigenous youth.
Participants are welcome to attend for any portion of the event.
Dr. Patsy Duff, Associate Dean, Research
Dr. Reg D’Silva, Associate Dean, Equity & Strategic Programs
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
Wednesday, June 8, 2022
1:00 to 2:30 pm PDT
The Zoom link will be provided to registrants closer to the event date.