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

Pandemic “Thrivers;” Investigating the Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes of Thriving Teachers During the COVID-19 Pandemic of 2020-2022 The teaching profession has always demanded significant adaptability and strength. Since March 2020, however, these qualities have been tested like never before. While there is extensive literature on the adverse effects of the Read more…

A Narrative Inquiry into the Experiences of Indigenous High School Students Enrolled within a Youth Leadership Pathway

A Narrative Inquiry into the Experiences of Indigenous High School Students Enrolled within a Youth Leadership Pathway Researchers: Brian Lewis, Michael Dubnewick, Tamara Ryba, Brett Kannenberg, Tristan Hopper, Sean Lessard, Joseph Naytowhow What does it mean to be a leader from an Indigenous youth’s perspective? This narrative study sought to Read more…

Partnership of Change: Transforming Language in Three-Way Conferences for English as an Additional Language (EAL) Student Success

Join Shawna Jurgens, Brenden Kroger, Dr. Hyunjung Shin, Dr Zhi Li, Shannon Storey, Julia Daantos and Xie (Grace) Xiaoxue September 28th from 7:00-8:30pm  as they share finding from their research. on EAL parent-student-teacher conferences aimed at supporting teachers, schools, and families to generate knowledge and awareness on the topic. This Read more…

A Relationship of Harmony & Success: Improving Engagement.

The research team of Candace Chicilo, Marlyse Barilla and Diana Porter from Regina Catholic Schools Teachers’ Association will share their project entitled A Relationship of Harmony & Success: Improving Engagement. The goal of this project was to explore the link between non-traditional, unconventional, informal connection opportunities with parents, caregivers, communities, and Read more…

Creating Community and Social Connection to Support Deep Understanding in Asynchronous Distance Learning

Join the McDowell Foundation’s virtual Salon Series, Creating Community and Social Connection to Support Deep Understanding in Asynchronous Distance Learning on November 25, 7 to 8:30 p.m. Researcher Racquel Biem and guests will be discussing her research into ways distance learning can be strengthened in Saskatchewan. Her project explores how Read more…