How does a Teacher
Incorporate Place-Based First Nations Way of Living in Nature in a Classroom to Teach High School Science in a Northern Reserve School?

Researchers: Nadeeka Obada Lekamlage, Geraldine Red Iron Gratitude: Canoe Lake Miksew School, Canoe Lake, North West College, Meadow Lake, Transition Place Education Centre, Meadow Lake This project discourses the possibilities and advantages of incorporating Indigenous knowledge in to high school science to teach in a northern Canadian high school. The Read more…

Partnerships of Change:
Transforming Language in Three-Way
Conferences for English as an Additional Language Student Success

Research Team: Shawna Jurgens, Greater Saskatoon Catholic School Division Brenden Kroeger, Prairie Spirit School Division Dr. Zhi Li, University of Saskatchewan Dr. Hyunjung Shin, University of Saskatchewan Shannon Storey, University of Saskatchewan Julia Daantos, University of Saskatchewan Xiaoxue Xie, University of Saskatchewan Summary: The purpose of this proposed research is Read more…

Exploring Indigenous Student Sense of Belonging in a Saskatchewan High School

Researchers: Raquel Oberkirsch and Melanie Press NORA’S SPECIAL DIRECTED CALL The proposed participatory action research explores Indigenous students’ experiences of belonging at a Saskatchewan high school over one school year. We will examine the effects of implementing culturally relevant initiatives such as a beading club, painting workshops with local Indigenous Read more…

Pandemic “Thrivers;” Investigating the Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of Thriving Teachers During the COVID-19 Pandemic of 2020-2022

Ivy Armstrong – researcher With this case study, we propose interviewing up to five teachers from one Saskatchewan school division who describe themselves as having thrived throughout the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. We will also ask those connected to these ‘pandemic thrivers,’ including their administrators, colleagues, students, and students’ families, to Read more…