2022 Celebration of Creative and Scholarly Works | Célébration des travaux créatifs et scolaires

Welcome to the 2022 digital collection of scholarly and creative works. Each year, CACS Members are invited to share their creative and scholarly works at the CSSE annual meeting. Due to the virtual format of the 2022 meeting, the celebration of creative and scholarly works will again take place in a digital format.

We welcome you to dive into the 15 submissions contributed from more than 30 scholars and artists presented below in no particular order. Click ‘Learn More’ to find books, articles, artworks, videos and more! We also invite you to reach out to the scholars. Plus, several contributors have provided discount codes and door prizes.

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Re/humanizing Education

Dr. Ellyn Lyle 

Dean in the Faculty of Education at Yorkville University

Online Teaching During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Exploring Science/STEM Teachers’ Curriculum and Assessment Practices in Canada

Dr. Isha DeCoito

Associate Professor of Curriculum Studies-STEM Education at Western University

Mohammed Estaiteyeh

PhD Candidate and Instructor of Curriculum Studies-STEM Education at Western University

Walking: Attuning to an Earthly Curriculum

Ellyn Lyle, Yorkville University, & Celeste Snowber, Simon Fraser University
David Jardine, Emeritus, University of Calgary
Josh Markle, University of Lethbridge, & Sharon Pelech, University of Lethbridge
Adriana Oniță, University of Alberta, Lébassé Gueladé, University of Alberta, & Lucie Wallace,
University of Alberta
Jodi Latremouille, Vancouver Island University, & Vern Latremouille, Independent Scholar
Lee Beavington, Kwantlen Polytechnic University/Simon Fraser University
Twyla Salm, University of Regina & Lace Marie Brogden, Laurentian University
Stephanie Bartlett, University of Calgary
Lesley Tait, University of Calgary
Alexandra Fidyk, University of Alberta
Vicki Kelly, Simon Fraser University

Enhancing Reading Fluency via Punctuation: Conception and Validation of a Pedagogical Sequence

Meredith Lachance

Ph.D. Candidate at Université du Québec À Montréal

The Pedagogical Practices of an Immigrant Parent: Maintaining Heritage Language in the Home Context

Emma Chen

PhD Candidate at University of Saskatchewan

Supporting Online Learning in an Unfamiliar Language: Immigrant Parents and Remote Schooling during COVID-19

Emma Chen

PhD Candidate at University of Saskatchewan

Beyond

Tashya Orasi

PhD Candidate at Lakehead University

New Zealand: Exhibition Video

Dr. Kathy Browning

Retired Professor of Visual Arts in the Faculty of Education at Laurentian University

Podcast Episode: Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in STEM Education

Mohammed Estaiteyeh

PhD Candidate and Instructor of Curriculum Studies-STEM Education at Western University

Lingering with the Works of Ted T. Aoki: Historical and Contemporary Significance for Curriculum Research and Practice

Nicole Y. S. Lee

Lesley E. Wong

Joanne M. Ursino

The University of British Columbia

Perspectives of Ontario School Board Administrators on Fostering Plurilingualism in Secondary Level International Languages Classrooms

Lesya Alexandra Granger

University of Ottawa

Perspectives On Arts Education Research in Canada: Issues and Directions

Dr. Bernard W. Andrews

Professor in the Faculty of Education at University of Ottawa

In Memoriam

Dr. Bernard W. Andrews

Professor in the Faculty of Education at University of Ottawa

Peter Crouch

Kanata Symphony

(Trans-Multi)Culturally Responsive Mathematics: (Re)Creating Spaces for Loving Kindness

Dr. Latika Raisinghani

Ph.D. Curriculum Studies (Science and Mathematics Education), University of British Columbia

Sessional Lecturer (Science, Mathematics and Environmental Teacher Education), University of Regina and University of Victoria

Where Did Dinosaurs Come From? Teachers Encountering Religious Oppositions in Diversity-Rich Science Classrooms

Dr. Latika Raisinghani

Ph.D. Curriculum Studies (Science and Mathematics Education), University of British Columbia

Sessional Lecturer (Science, Mathematics and Environmental Teacher Education), University of Regina and University of Victoria

Dr. Samson Madera Nashon

Professor and Head of Curriculum and Pedagogy Department at University of British Columbia