Teachers Leading Teachers: The Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit’s Facilitator Community

Teachers Leading Teachers: The Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit’s Facilitator Community Researcher: Dr. Pamela Osmond-Johnson (University of Regina) October 2018 Within this context, the purpose of this study was twofold. Firstly, the project aimed to explore the value-added component of communities of practice within the teaching profession by examining the SPDU’s Read more…

Collaborative Ecological Consultation: Psychologist, Classroom Teacher, and Embedded Interventions

Collaborative Ecological Consultation: Psychologist, Classroom Teacher, and Embedded Interventions Researchers: Tammy Ferguson September 2020 The focus of this research was on ecological collaboration at the intervention stage of psychological consultation in schools. In this action research, teachers and psychologists worked in partnership to select and then to embed appropriate interventions within Read more…

Using Teacher Collaboration to Increase Student Engagement

Using Teacher Collaboration to Increase Student Engagement Researchers: Paul McTavis, Moira Hamm, Michelle Brochu, Audrey Gavlas, Jon Pedersen and Cherie Wilke-PrielOctober 2015 The intent of this research project was to explore teacher experiences and observations as teachers worked collaboratively to deepen their understanding of student engagement. More specifically, the researchers Read more…

Using Teacher Collaboration in an Islamic Faith-Based School to Nurture Student and Staff Sense of Belonging

Cross-Cultural Collaboration and Belonging in an Islamic School. Researchers: Kari Krug, Asmaa Olwan, Nosiba Abdalla, Sabreena Haque, Ghufran Lababidi and Kassandra Campbell. 2020. As Saskatchewan classrooms become increasingly diverse, it is essential that teachers become more culturally aware. This project is an investigation into how teacher collaboration can be used Read more…