Browse MERN Fora Presentations

1:0A TBA Dr. Benjamin Levin Abstract
1:1A "Fourteen Facets of Traditional Indigenous Education: Can/Should These Be Embodied in Today's Classroom?" Roger Neil
1:1C "Aboriginal Dropout or Resistance: What Can We Do To Stem The Tide" K.P. Binda
1:1D "Bipolar Disorder: Curriculum Input vs Learner Output" Blaine Hatt
1:1E "Comparing Mainstream and Cluster Classroom Programs: Action Research in Brandon" Adrian Kuryliw
1:2A "Augmentative and Alternative Communication Assessment Sourcebook" Alexa Okrainec Paper  
1:2B "Manitoba's Involvement in the Montreal Study on Teaching and Learning" Raymond Théberge
1:2C "Education Research and Teacher Candidates: Creating Meaningful Practicum Experiences" Richard Harbeck
1:2D "Precision Reading: The Research Record" Rick Freeze
1:2E "Researching the Effects on Mathematics Teaching and Learning Through the Arts Program" Jerry Ameis & Sharon Smith Abstract
1:3A "Masculine Literacy; Effects of Text and Sex of Reading Coach on Boys Attitudes Toward and Achievement in Literacy" Herb Katz & Laura Sokal
1:3B "It's More Than Knowing the Science: A Case Study In Elementary Science Curriculum Review" Brian Lewthwaite Abstract
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1:3C "Manitoba Speech-Language Pathology Outcomes Measures Initiative" Mark Robertson & Sheri-Lynn Skwarchuk
1:3D "Aboriginal Adult Learners in Adult Education Centres Jim Silver
1:3E "Removing Barriers to Post-Secondary Access Through Partnership: Career Trek" Darrell Cole & Elaine Wilson
1:4A "A Comparative Study of Best Practices Teaching English as a Second Language in Low Incident Areas" Sandra Kouritzin
1:4B "Creating Positive Environments: Toward Optimal Learning and Wellbeing of School Children" Riva Bartell
1:4C "Action Research and Aboriginal Education" Leon Simard
1:4D "Sharing Complex Visions for Inclusive Schools" Paul Betts & Beverley Bailey Abstract
1:4E "Manitoba's Involvement in the Montreal Study on Teaching and Learning Raymond Théberge
2:1A "Rural Education and School Reform: A Manitoba Case Study of the Missing Voice in Education Policy Development in Canada" Dawn Wallin
2:1B "Connecting the Arts Community to Schools and Families" Sharon Smith & Jerry Ameis Abstract
2:1C "Research That Drives the New PE/HE Curriculum" Heather Willoughby & Nick Dyck
2:1D "The Need for Designated Community Schools" Helen Armstrong Abstract
2:1E "A Study of Aboriginal Learners Attending Adult Learning Centres" Jim Silver
2:2A "Mentoring for Talent Development for At-Risk Populations" Ken McCluskey
2:2B "Advancing Community Schools: Improving the Capacity of the School and Home to Foster Healthy Early Years Development" Cathy Dearden & Team
2:2C "Empowering Parents with a Modified Voucher System" Rodney Clifton Abstract
2:2D "Sharing Complex Visions for Inclusive Schools" Beverley Bailey & Paul Betts
2:2E "Cultural Sensitivity" David Paul
2:3A "Comprehensive Assessment Program - Data into Practice for Children and Families" Doug Edmond & Brent Guinn
2:3B "Cultural Loyalty: Aboriginal Students Take an Ethical Stance" Nathalie Piquemal
2:3C "Career Trek: Creating Opportunities for Children and Families" Kathryn Levine
2:3D "Parents at the Periphery: Roles and Expectations of Minority Parents and Communities in Schools" Sandra Kouritzin
2:3E "It Takes a School to Educate a Child with ADHD" Sherri-Lynn Skwarchuk & Debbie Parrott
2:4A "A Winnipeg Study of Aboriginal Youth Leaders" Annabelle Mays & Josie Hill
2:4B "Understanding the Early Years - About Children, Families and Schools" Doug Edmond & Tara Orlikow Abstract
2:4C "Special Delivery Club: Analysis of a Program for Young Parents" Noreen Ek
2:4D "The River East Community Schools Initiative: Bringing Families, Schools, and Community Together to Ensure Better Life and Learning Outcomes for Children" Trish Ward Abstract
2:4E "What are we Learning about the Links between Schools, Families and Communities?" Deborah Giesbrecht
3:0A "School Planning and Reporting/Keynote Address" Dr. Benjamin Levin Paper  
3:1A "Improving the Process of University and School Division Collaboration in School Planning" Helen Armstrong &Donna Michaels
3:1B "A Study of the Lions-Quest Program in Manitoba Schools" Bruce Mintenko, K.P. Binda, Gary Nicol
3:1C "Analyzing and Reporting Test Score Data using Excel" Ken Clark Abstract
3:1D "Dancing with the Bear" Sharon Pekrul & Dauphin Regional Comp. Sec. School Improvement Team
3:2A "School Planning in the Brandon School Division" Donna Michaels, Marlene Gregory, Harvey Laluk
3:2B "Improving Employment Readiness of Students: A Market-Oriented Approach" Satyendra Singh Abstract
3:2C "Supporting Inclusive Schools: School-Based Planning and Reporting: The Next Level" Members of MECY's Working Group on Planning in Education Abstract
3:2D "Are you saying it's my fault? - Exploring the Influence of a Principal on Elementary Science Delivery" Brian Lewthwaite Abstract
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3:3A "Data into Practice: Understanding the Early Years and Comprehensive Assessment Initiatives in Winnipeg School Division" Doug Edmond
3:3B "Fostering School Improvement: MSIP Perspective Based on Research and Practice" Sharon Pekrul
3:3C "Valid Assessment Practices: Assessment of Learning and Assessment for Learning" John Goran & Dana Dvorak
3:3D "Large-scale Testing Meets Constructivist Curriculum" Shelley Hasinoff Abstract
3:4A "Making Pre-school Connections with Families" Pat Bowslaugh
3:4B "Winnipeg Education Centre - An Evolving Access Model for Teacher Preparation" Ken McCluskey & Phil Baker
3:4C "Community Perspectives on School Planning and Reporting" Deborah Giesbrecht & MAST Representative
3:4D "Strengthening School Planning and Reporting - Essential Practices and Considerations" Stephen Jaddock Paper  
3:4E "Using the EDI results to establish pre-school partnerships in South Parkland" Tanya Edgar Abstract
4:1A "Teacher Education" Donna Michaels
4:2A "Teacher Education and Professional Development as a Collaborative Inquiry" Wayne Serebrin
4:3A "Promoting Contemplative Practice and Social Consciousness through Student Publications" Mike Bergsgaard
4:4A "The Role of the Collaborating Teacher in an on-site Preservice Teacher Education Program" Gestny Ewart
4:5A "Teacher Education: Bridging the Theory Practice Gap" Beverley Bailey
5:1A Community Pathways of Aboriginal Youth Leaders Dr. Annabelle Mays
5:1B "An Assessment of the Initial Impact of Long-Term Career Education Intervention in a First Nations Community: The Skownan First Nation Experience " Darrell Cole, Dr. Michael Heine
5:1C "Strengthening Student Transitions through Inquiry into Aboriginal Education " Helen Settee, Sheila Spooner, Betty-Ann McIvor
5:1D "Student Voice: Voices of Today and Tomorrow " Jeanne Gitzel Abstract
5:1E "Through the Eyes of the Beholders: Stakeholders Experiences with Community-Based Adult Literacy Programs That Include Adult and Youth at Risk " Marion Terry
5:2A "Thinking Like Archimedes: An Instructional Design Experiment " Evan Janzen Roth, Dr. Ralph Mason Abstract
5:2B "To Be Your Own Best Teacher: Daily Electronic Mentoring for Student Teachers " Peter McKay,Sherry Peden
5:2C "Action Research in an Intensive Learning Program " Audrhea Lande, Susan Koloski Abstract
5:2D "Multiage Classrooms: Facilitating Transitions from Grade to Grade" Julie Ann Kniskern, Dr. Cam Symon, Steve Lawrie, Robin Wiebe, Laurie Edel
5:2E "Student Transitions and Post-Secondary Education " Dan Smith Abstract
5:3A "National Network for Educational Renewal (NNER)- Literacy Transitions/Kindergarten to Adult Learners " Dr. Donna Michaels, Dr. Beverley Bailey Abstract
5:3B "Action Research Comes of Age " Dr. Ralph Mason Abstract
5:3C "From Student to Teacher: Community Resources Strengthening Post-Secondary Student Transitions " Vince Stoneman, Sherry Peden Abstract
5:3D "Educaring - Transitioning in the Early Years " Carolyn Duhamel, Pat Wege
5:3E "Addressing Risk and Building Resilience Through Career Exploration " Dr.Dawn Sutherland, Kathryn Levine Abstract
5:4A "HELP! Gen-V Teaching Gen-Y " Dr. John Anchan
5:4B "Constraints and Contributors to Becoming a Science-Teacher Leader " Dr. Brian Lewthwaite Abstract
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5:4C "From Home To School We Go " Deb McCallum Abstract
5:4D "Evaluating Adult Education in Winnipeg's Inner City: The Mature Grade Twelve Diploma " Paul Willets, Courtney Edmundson, Matt Hamilton Abstract
5:4E "Community-Based Aboriginal Curriculum Initiatives: Implementation and Evaluation" Dr. Helen Armstrong, Aldin Foy, Barbara Gfellner, Lorne Keeper, Violet Okemaw, Doreen McPherson, Leah La Plante, Sherry Peden, Brian Ranville, Leon Simard Abstract
6:1A "Analyzing and Reporting Provincial Test Score Data Using Excel" Ken Clark
6:1B "Policy Governance in Action!" Kris Friesen and School Trustees Abstract
6:1C "What Every Middle School Student Wants us to Know About Them" Orest Deneka, John Isbister
6:1D "Community And School Coming Together Wings Of Power Family Resource Centre" Paul Magnan, Michelle Berthelette
6:1E "Making Connections in Educational Research: A Study of year one of a three year mentoring project with Mountain View School Division" Joan Martin, Debra Abraham Radi
6:1F "Mentoring as Jazz - The Riff for Retrospective Improvisation and Critically Reflective Thinking in Mentoring Students At-Risk" Lesley Eblie
6:2A "The missing link: Teachers' views on the integration of Aboriginal perspectives into the school curriculum" Yatta Kanu
6:2B "Count Me In! Relating children's home environmental experiences to their mathematical accomplishments in school" S.L. Skwarchuk and Research Collaborators
6:2C "Talent Development" Tanya Magnan, Linda Tait, Anthony Steffes
6:2D "Continua - Systematic Reading and Writing Assessment" Karen David, Leone Rondeau
6:2E "Student Voices on Student Learning" Scott Hill, Eileen Sutherland
6:2F "Looking AT inquiry, relationship and schooling WITH Aboriginal people" Paul Betts, Beverley Bailey, Robin Enns
6:3A "Action Research on a Developmental Continuum for Using ICT to Support Thinking and Learning" Cheryl Prokopanko
6:3B "Music as Catalyst for Positive Learning Community" Kevin Doell
6:3C "Outcome Planning and Learning Communities" Chrissy Viznaugh, Janice Leroux, Cheryl MacKinnon
6:3D "Socioeconomic Status and Educational Outcomes: The 'Whole Truth', And What To Do About It" Randy Fransoo
6:3E "Peace Education" Gabriela Lasko
6:3F "Collaborative Narrative Inquiry: The ArtsSmarts Manitoba Research Project" Debra Abraham Radi, Joan Martin, Berryl Peters, Lesley Eblie
6:3G "Student Perspectives in Educational Decision Making" Scott Hill, Carolyn Duhamel
6:4A "School and Division Planning Database" Larry Budzinski
6:4B "'From Good to Great' A Professional Growth Model for Educational/Organizational Leaders" Duane Brothers, Marg Janssen
6:4C "From Research to Action Loa Midford
6:4D "Aboriginal Capacity Building on Post-Secondary Institutions: Trying to Get to Town without Tipping the Canoe!!!" Sheila Spooner, Leon Simard
6:4E "Connecting Research to Policy and Practice in Winnipeg School Division" Doug Edmond
6:4F "What the Field Wants in Teacher Preparation Programs - a Longitudinal Study" Gerald Neufeld Paper  
7:0A "Creativity, Diversity, and other Conundrums", Keynote Address Dr. Louis Visintin Paper  
7:1A "Gakina awiya biindigeg (Everyone welcome)" Lesley Eblie & Ken McCorkle
7:1B "Barriers to learning and strategies for transformation: Exploring the challenges of youth and adults from war affected backgrounds and the teachers who work with them" Karen Magro
7:1C "Diversity and peace: Integrating conflict resolution education into social studies curriculum" Nancy Chislett
7:1D "Beyond education: The economic and social impact of adult learning centres in rural Manitoba" Jerry Storie
7:1E "A summary of proceedings from the first annual 'Aboriginal Education Research Forum', June 2005" Leon Simard
7:2A "Valuing diversity: From development to sustainability" Marlene Atleo
7:2B "So what if the 'diverse' are 'bad' kids?" Helen Armstrong
7:2C "Instructional approaches used by content area teachers" Donna Copsey Haydey
7:2D "Support for early literacy practices in rural Manitoba schools an online professional learning community" Julie Ann Kniskern, Janet Dent, Joan Bartley
7:3A "Francophone students in minority-language settings: Analysis of performance levels of SAIP assessments - exploring pedagogical, socio-cultural and economical considerations in order to support learning/teaching" Jules Rocque
7:3B "Trajectories: Listening for diversity in high school" Ralph Mason & Janelle McFeetors
7:3C "'Windshield' research: Driving the pickup truck of diversity in the Brandon University B.Ed program" Robin Enns
7:3D "Building hope: Appropriate programming for adolescent and young adult newcomers of war-affected backgrounds" Tony Tavares
7:3E "Restorative justice education: Aboriginal peacemaking philosophy" John Hansen
7:4A "The role of conflict in learning" Alexa Okrainec
7:4B "Killing a big moose" Leon Simard
7:4C "Pioneers in policy leadership: The new model of school board governance evolving in Manitoba" Laura Reimer
7:4D "Kaitlyn's dance: Professional learning through arts-based teaching" Joan Martin & Ralph Mason
8:1A "Identifying and addressing the challenges of the rural principal" Tim De Ruyck Abstract
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8:1B "Rural educational priorities and capacity in Manitoba: A summary of research" Dawn Wallin
8:1C "Brandon school division literacy project 2003-2007" Mathew Gustafson, Craig Laluk, John Minshull & Cathy Watt
8:1D "Rurality a potential advantage? Marlene Atleo
8:1E "A framework for sustainable agriculture in Manitoba curriculum" Mona Maxwell Abstract
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8:1F "Changing the scale of professional development" Lynn Whidden & Ralph Mason
8:2A "Brandon school division middle years initiative" Betty Howell & Donna Forsyth
8:2B "Senior years review in Evergreen school division: Engaging student, teacher and community voices in dialogue toward change for our high schools" Paul Cuthbert, Scott Hill & Students
8:2C "Linking communities to enhance learning opportunities in science for both teachers and students in minority language schools" Rodelyn Stoeber & Brahim Ould Baba
8:2D "Aboriginal teacher and EAL (English as an additional language) teachers: Developing a common discourse" Marlene Atleo
8:2E "An examination of educational problems as perceived by rural educators" Amjad Malik & K.P. Binda
8:2F "Brandon school division graduation study 2003-2005" Donna Michaels, Marlene Gregory, Doug Milak, Adrian Kuryliw & Barry Gooden
8:3A "Manitoba community schools: New models for community economic development" Laine Mosset
8:3B "A voice for parents in rural Manitoba" Sharon Burns
8:3C "Teacher perceptions of factors influencing science program delivery in rural francophone minority settings in Manitoba & Saskatchewan" Brian Lewthwaite, Robert Renaud & Rodelyn Stoeber Abstract
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8:3D "Rural education and learning: Past, present perspectives and future possibilities" Karen Rempel
8:3E "Student voice: Voices of today and tomorrow" Jeanne Gitzel
8:3F "The whole school approach to education: A case study of an environmental school in rural Costa Rica" Don Metz
8:4A "Prevalence of anxiety disorder among intermediate students with reading comprehension problems in northern Manitoba" Harold MacDonald
8:4B "Rural educational priorities and capacity in Manitoba: A summary of research" Dawn Wallin
8:4C "'I want to enable teachers in their change': Exploring the influence of a superintendent on science delivery" Brian Lewthwaite & Paul Cuthbert Abstract
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8:4D "Teacher-candidate perceptions of educational leadership: Democratization in Manitoba schools" Carolyn Crippen
8:4E "WebCT ;Is it the answer to small enrollment courses in rural Manitoba? What the research says about who is advantaged by the use of WebCT?" Glenn Cockerline
9:1A "Combining the view of both worlds: Perceived constraints and contributors to achieving aspirations for science education in Qikiqtanii" Barbara McMillan & Brian Lewthwaite Abstract
9:1B "Linking communities to enhance the teaching and learning of science in minority language schools: A progress report" Léonard Rivard & Rodelyn Stoeber Abstract
9:1C "Developing the workforce of the future" Norman Lee Abstract
9:1D "Experiences of Aboriginal high school students in mathematics and science" Florence Glanfield Abstract
9:2A Student creativity in science investigative planning Brian Lewthwaite Abstract
9:2B "Intermediate mathematics teacher capacity and growth: Enhancing knowledge and beliefs" Ann Kajander, Carlos Zerpa, & Dave Paddington Abstract
9:2C "Citizenship Mathematics" Craig Blagden & Ralph Mason Abstract
9:2D "Integrating science curriculum in the middle school: Utilizing a historical perspective" Don Metz, Stephen Klassen & Barbara McMillan Abstract
9:3A "Comparison of achievement and context in science based on SAIP 2004 assessment results" Ken Clark Abstract
9:3B "Seeds and sparks - evaluation of the hotline program in the Alberta science networks" Marilyn Mooibroek Abstract
9:3C "Secondary level learning resources addressing students perceptions of 'uninteresting' and 'complex' science: A CRYSTAL study" Mona Maxwell Abstract
9:3D "The presentation of the mathematical component of physics in high school and introductory level college physics textbooks: Using the law of universal gravitation as an example" Inessa Rozina Abstract
9:4A "We are all downstream: The risk and protective factors for teaching sustainability education in middle school science" Amanda Freedman Tetrault Abstract
9:4B "Science curriculum development for a northern internet-based high school" Tony Bartley, John Friesen & Robert Jerome Abstract
9:4C "Using interactive vignettes in the teaching of the mole concept in secondary chemistry" Heather Teller Abstract
9:4D "Impediments and contributors to chemistry teacher candidate development" Brian Lewthwaite Abstract
10:1A Shared vision Kevin Chief Abstract
10:1B Partnership research in education: An ethics protocol John Tooth
Laura Sokal
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10:1C Both Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde had gifts: Constructing 'ideal schools' to nourish the talents of kids coming before the justice system Helen Armstrong Abstract
10:1D World Council/University of Winnipeg: A partnership for talent development Lisa McLean
10:1E Tapping into the talents of at-risk students: The Regional Support Center experience Sylvia Bastable
Bob Bastable
Abstract
10:2A Quick think: A practical approach Robin Enns Abstract
10:2B The education students’ anthology: Process and publication Mike Bergsgaard, Annette Greene,
Suzanne Barrett
Abstract
10:2C Talent Development at Mountain View High Chris McCluskey Abstract
10:2D Partnership research in education: An ethics protocol John Tooth Laura Sokal Abstract
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10:3A More than content: Why schools emphasize convergent thought and what you can do to change that Neil Dempsey Abstract
10:3B Critical literacy through alternative texts: Is the wolf a villain or victim? Are the three pigs innocent or at fault? And what does the fourth pig have to do with any of this? Donna Copsey Haydey Abstract
10:3C Enrichment and inclusion Kevin Lamoureux
Robert Dixon
10:3D World Council/University of Winnipeg: A partnership for talent development Lisa McLean
11:1A Excellence in higher education: Understanding evidence-based practice Alexa Okrainec Abstract
11:1B Gifted high school students experiences of messy math Paul Betts &
Laura McMaster
Abstract
11:1C Connecting research to policy and procedure: Safety and security Doug Milak John Minshull &
Barry Gooden
Abstract
11:2A Research-based revision of Manitoba transition planning process support guidelines for students with special needs reaching age 16 Youn-Young Park &
Tim Thorne-Tjomsland
Abstract
11:2B Integrating the Dakota culture into high school curriculum Olivia Murdock,
Kaitlin Demas,
Kelly Antoine, &
Helen Armstrong
11:2C Research, policy, practice working together: Putting the pieces together Denise Belanger Abstract
11:2D What is the distance in distance education? Glen Gatin
11:3A Making education work in Manitoba schools Betty-Ann McIvor Abstract
11:3B School development planning: Connecting research to policy Donna M. Michaels, Marlene Gregory, Nancy Dane, & Terry Osiowy
11:3C ‘L’élaboration d’une politique de l’exogamie dans le cadre de la gestion scolaire francophone en milieu minoritaire Jules Rocque Abstract
11:3D Differences in special education students’ perceptions of classroom support in cluster vs. integrated classroom settings John Kreshewski Abstract
11:4A Standing tall: A community initiative in education Sharon Conway Abstract
11:4B From school in community to a community-based school: Examining the influence of an Aboriginal principal on school development Brian Lewthwaite Abstract
11:4C From research to practice in our senior high schools Donna M. Michaels,
Greg Malazdrewicz, &
Adrian Kuryliw
Abstract
11:4D How to increase success and satisfaction with online learning? Glen Gatin
Lili Jardine
Glenn Cockerline
Abstract
11:5A Connecting Research to Policy and Practice: Closing Summary Jules Rocque Paper  
13:1A Your power to choose- teaching citizenship, democracy and participation in elections Angela Chalmers Abstract
13:1B Le forum électronique de discussion - un outil d’accompagnement des enseignantes et enseignants favorisant la croissance professionnelle Jules Rocque Abstract
13:1C Working toward transformative learning in adult literacy education Karen Magro Abstract
13:2A Plan-based learning and facilitation: A case analysis in an adult learning centre Boniface Etuk
13:2B Service learning in teacher preparation programs Alexa Okrainec
13:2C The importance of interpersonal relations in adult literacy programs Marion Terry Abstract
13:3A Engaging levels of knowing for adult classroom instruction: Three cognitive processes Marlene Atleo
13:3B UndanSnjóbreiöuni (What lies beneath the snow) revealing the contributions of Icelandic pioneer women to adult education in Manitoba 1875 - 1914 Jo-Anne Weir Abstract
14:00 Keynote: Economics and Equity in Public Education Carolyn Duhame
14:1A Socio-economic status, social capital, and high school mathematics Ralph Mason
Janelle McFeetors
Abstract
14:1B Swampy Cree educational traditions: Alternative approaches to dealing with conflict in community schools John Hansen Abstract
14:1C What current research tells us about early years literacy in low income families Donna Copsey Haydey Abstract
14:2A Engaging "At risk" inner city youth through mentoring Alan Wiebe Abstract
14:2B Community schools partnership initiative Marlene Gallagher Abstract
14:2C Educational, economical and environmental barriers for Manitoba newcomers: Making schools more equitable, fair and safe for all students Jan Stewart
14:3A Socioeconomic status and educational outcomes in Manitoba Randy Fransoo Abstract
14:3B Education in a community school Julia McKay
14:3C Community-based Aboriginal curriculum initiative: Emergent responses to community needs Chris Brown
Helen Armstrong
Abstract
14:4A Educational needs of at risk kids Noralou Roos
14:4B Inner city Aboriginal learners speak on education John Hansen
Richard Julien
Abstract
15:1A Creating safety and opportunity for overcoming learning barriers: Learning to read by reading Brenda Firman
15:1B A journey from cultural awareness to cultural competency Marlene Gallagher
15:1C Using indigenous methodology to explore Aboriginal mothers’ views on language facilitation Luella Bernacki Jonk
15:1D Indigenizing the curriculum to meet the needs of Aboriginal students Helen Armstrong
15:1E Inuit students’ perceptions of success and pedagogical and interaction processes influencing success Brian Lewthwaite &
Barbara McMillan
15:1F Bringing the school to life on the land Buddy Loyie
15:1G A professional learning community for literacy: From action research to classroom practice Darlene Michalot-Dumas
and TBA
15:2A Belonging, mastery, and academic success – Using the circle of courage to measure program effectiveness Kevin Lamoureux
& Kevin Chief
15:2B It’s as simple as movement Joan Zaretsky
Melinda Balodis
Ralph Mason
15:2C Pursuing positive futures Bernie Latoski
15:2D What does it mean? Basil Johnston
15:2E Standing tall - A community initiative in education Sharon Conway
15:2F Intégration des technologies de l’information et des communications en milieu scolaire autochtone Hélčne Archambault
15:2G Success and identity: a literature review on the role of ethnic identity in Aboriginal students' academic achievement Chris Brown
15:3A Aboriginal identity declaration in Manitoba, and a national data collection and research strategy - approaches from Manitoba and the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada Sheila Redsky
Keith Lowe
15:3B Making a difference: Powerful ripples in the water Glenda Boulette
Brenda Firman
15:3C A shared vision Kevin Chief
Gerri Zacharias
15:3D Making education work Betty-Ann McIvor
15:3E Closing the gap with Evergreen School Division’s Aboriginal education program Fay Cassidy
Penny Ross
15:3F Mosaic of our People: Connecting with Aboriginal students to increase academic success Paul Magnan
Ken McCorkle
Kris Friesen
15:3G School improvement project: Integrating technology with ELA and mathematics Ernest Kuch
Gloria D. Sinclair
15:4A "The science ambassador" - A great way to inspire interest in science Kathi McConnell-Hore
15:4B Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal educators talk about formal English language learning Marlene Atleo
Laara Fitznor
15:4C Fisher River Cree Nation "Enhancement year program" study: Year 1 - Exploring answers Nora Murdock
Jerry Storie
Amjad Malik
Davin Duman
15:4D Connecting with Aboriginal role models Betty-Ann McIvor & Students
15:4E Aboriginal students talk about the reasons for their success Helen Armstrong
15:4F Opaskwayak Education Authority land based education program James Wilson
16:1A Creating places for all children: Measuring inclusion quality in early childhood programs Debra Mayer
16:1B Evergreen early childhood programs - Action research Fay Cassidy, Doug Anderson
16:1C Meeting with early learning needs of deaf children and their families Charlotte Enns, Sarah Kelly
16:1D Early learning and ICT Michelle Larose-Kuzenko
16:2A The science of early child development - an online tool Louise Gordon, Mia Elfenbaum
16:2B Enhancing high quality preschool programming to families in the R.M. of North Norfolk Kim Young
16:2C New arts education policy development, reform and research in Manitoba: What early educators need to know Francine Morin
16:2D Family choices: Manitoba’s five year agenda for early learning and child care Cees deVries
16:3A A professional development model for cultivating curriculum transformation in early education Francine Morin
16:3B Full day kindergarten in Thompson piloted to address low language Peggy Martin, Michelle Radley
16:3C Building student success with Aboriginal Parents Marlene Gallagher, Helene Robinson-Settee
16:3D An intervention program for at-risk inner city kindergarteners: Origin, development, and effectiveness Donna Copsey Haydey, Leslie Nutbean
16:4A Community schools partnership initiative Marlene Gallagher, Helene Robinson-Settee
16:4B Early Childhood Development in Manitoba: From Research to Policy Development Mariette Chartier Paper  
16:4C Active engagements: The arts as the central focus for early learning Liz Coffman
16:4D The role of the teacher in early writing development Allyson Matczuk
17:1A An evaluation of chemistry teacher development in response to the implementation of the new Manitoba grade 11 and 12 chemistry curricula Brian Lewthwaite, Harvey Peltz
Presented by: Brian Lewthwaite
17:1B Views on teaching about, for, and in the environment: A comparative study of teaching practices between Costa Rica and Manitoba Don Metz, Barbara MacMillan, Amanda Tetrault, Mona Maxwell Presented by: Don Metz
17:2A Exposing students’ views of human/nature relationships in research and teaching Christina McDonald
17:2B Pre-service teacher capacity in mathematics: Research outcomes and program changes Ann Kajander, Carlos Zerpa, Jennifer Holm
Presented by: Carlos Zerpa
17:3A The breakup and drift of conceptual continents: A new model to support students’ understanding of 20th century contributions to the plate tectonics revolution John Murray
17:3B Programme for international student assessment (PISA) - Results for Manitoba Ken Clark
17:4A Integrating environmental consciousness into secondary mathematics: Principles and goals Ralph Mason, Michael Moreau
17:4B Developing an action plan to foster transfer of learning Inessa Rozina
17:5A The development of contextual learning strategies using information technology

Physics comes to Winnipeg: The 1909 meeting of the British Association for the Advancement of Science

Jillian Hoogland, Trevor Bekolay

Sarah Dietrich, Stephen Klassen

17:5B Supporting readers and their use of texts in the science classroom Léonard Rivard
17:6A Using SMART board technology to teach Grade 6 Science Shannon Gadbois, Nicki Haverstock
17:6B Using a collaborative approach and « concerted cultivation » to frame community level risk and protective factors on a first nation reserve Paul Betts
17:7A Science and sustainability: Reliable friends? Mona B. Maxwell
17:7B 'She can bother me, and that’s because she cares': Inuit students perception of success and pedagogical and interactive processes influencing success Brian Lewthwaite, Barbara MacMillan
Presented by: Brian Lewthwaite
17:8A The large context problem approach in teaching science (physics) Arthur Stinner
17:8B Digital Natives? How ICT-ready are our teacher candidates? Glenn Cockerline, Mike Nantais
18:1A The power of family literacy Terrie Moar
Beverley Zakaluk
18:1B Creating and promoting positive educative environments: An inventory for considerate spaces of learning Erica Pflug
Karen Smith
Laura Saydak
18:1C Finding hope in the darkness: Stories of two newcomers learning English in high school Yi Li
18:1D The impact of arts education on success for learners from disadvantaged circumstances: What does the research say? Francine Morin
18:1E Experience-based brain development Mia Elfenbaum
18:1F Leadership for implementation and change: Guiding principles for school leaders Cathryn Smith
18:2A Critical conversations and the inner mentor Randy Kroeker
18:2B Critical literacy and social voice: Reflecting on increases in learning during a time of socioeconomic decline Phyllis Geddert
Donna Nentwig
Jason Braun
18:2C Digital Natives: Myth or reality: Issues in teaching ICT literacy Mike Nantais
Glenn Cockerline
18:2D Manitoba’s graduates: Results from the class of 2007 Kim Browning
18:2E Class size and composition multi-age middle years project Chris Hicks
18:3A Building creative climates in our schools
CONTINUES IN SESSION 4A
Ken McCluskey
18:3B Hooking students on science through partnerships with the science ambassador Kathi McConnell-Hore
18:3C Decolonizing post-secondary education: The community-based Aboriginal teacher education program - CATEP Phillip Baker,
Lance Guilbault,
Kristine Guilbault
18:3D Pursuing a harmony of purpose and practice: What constitutes ‘ improvement’ for our schools? Lesley Weisshaar
MSIP staff presenters
18:3E "The question concerning technology" Denis Hlynka
18:3F Building equity, consistency, capacity and vision with strong educational leadership. The School District of Mystery Lake Hugh Fraser
18:4A Building creative climates in our schools
CONTINUED FROM SESSION 3A
Ken McCluskey
18:4B Two years later: Do male reading teachers, choice of reading materials, and computer-based reading affect achievement gains in struggling male readers? Laura Sokal
18:4C The politics of Native studies Brian Ranville
18:4D When the walls go up: What prevents parent participation in the K-12 system? Naomi Kruse
18:4E Literacy across the curriculum in senior years Lindsay Harms, Adam Khan, Zachary Stewart, David Zynoberg, Michelle Billeck
19:1A The innovative learning centre: A tap on the shoulder Kevin Chief
Gerri Zacharias
19:1B Engaging Aboriginal youth in the critical inquiry process through visual media CONTINUES IN SESSION 2B Val Georges
Jacqueline Mignot
Geraldine Whitford
Linda Marynuk
Janice Millar
Nickie Batzel
Marsha Missyabit
19:1C Standing tall education program Patti Sayies
19:1D Indigenizing curriculum: Connecting western and indigenous knowledge in the classroom Helen Armstrong
Jacie Foy
Olivia Pratt-Murdock
Marlene Lavasseur
19:2A Students’ success and satisfaction on online learning systems for secondary schools in a rural school division in southwest Manitoba Lili Jardine
19:2B Engaging Aboriginal youth in the critical inquiry process through visual media CONTINUES FROM SESSION 1B Val Georges & WSD
Aboriginal Education Team
19:2C Les facteurs favorisant ou inhibant la réussite scolarie des élčves autochtones / Factors affecting positively or negatively school performance of Aboriginal students Hélčne Archambault,
Yves Labrčche
Abstract
19:2D Community-based Aboriginal curriculum initiatives: An update on our SSHRC/CURA program of activities Helen Armstrong, Jacie Foy,
Marlene Levasseur, Olivia Pratt-Murdock,
Crystal Sandy, Jackie Sinclair,
Chris Brown, Barry Corenblum,
Barbara Gfellner, Donna Forsyth,
Jackie Kirk
19:3A Cultural visibility: Using Aboriginal literature to build identity and literacy Donna Forsyth
Sherryl Maglione
Helen Armstrong
19:3B Blending the old and the new: BUNTEP spins a web (2.0!) and catches students Clark Gawletz
Lynn Whidden
19:3C Rightfulness: A multi-dimensional approach to pursuing excellence and equity Donna M. Michaels
Greg Malazdrewicz
Mathew Gustafson
Adrian Kuryliw
19:3D Journey from cultural awareness to cultural competency Peter Parisian
19:4A The role of a professional development school model in supporting Aboriginal and EAL students Donna Forsyth
Mathew Gustafson
19:4B BU cares researcher-in-resident program: Developing local community capacity for rural education research Karen Rempel
19:4C Recognizing ourselves in others: non-Aboriginal educators talk about teaching Aboriginal students academics Marlene Atleo
Laara Fitznor
19:4D Fisher River Cree Nation: Enhancement year program, Year II assessment Jerry Storie
Nora Murdock
David Dumas
Amjad Malik
20:0A Keynote: "What won’t I do today?" Education’s Calculations and Social Justice Catherine Taylor Paper  
20:1A Small-scale school projects that make a difference: The Manitoba grants for innovation in education program Nancy Buchanan
20:1B Brush out poverty Cameron Cross
20:1C Social justice: The risks of advocacy Randy Kroeker
20:1D Storytelling for social justice Marc Kuly
20:1E Manitoba’s ALL aboard strategy: Towards social inclusion Jan Forster
20:1F Working for Social Justice in Evergreen School Division Scott Hill
20:2A Developing educational leadership with a service-learning framework Vern Barrett, Allan Appel
20:2B Developing equity indicators for the Province of Manitoba Sheila Giesbrecht,
Tony Tavares
20:2C The student documentary: An implement of positive destruction Rob Jantz
20:2D An analytic update from the Manitoba Centre for Health Policy: Scores on the early development instrument and selection for reading recovery and results from the child health atlas Noralou P. Roos
Marni Brownell,
Carla Ens
20:2E Seeing teaching for social justice as part of preparing students (and teachers) for living sustainably Gary Babiuk,
Thomas Falkenberg
20:2F Anti-racist Multiculturalism for a just society Khalida Tanvir Syed
20:3A Discover Canada: A deconstruction of the new citizenship and Immigration study guide Denis Hlynka
20:3B Declining participation in post-secondary education: Challenges and implications for Manitoba Kim Browning
20:3C Social justice in the math classroom Matt Reimer,
Paul Betts
20:3D Finding the voices of the global south Charlotte Arnold,
Don Metz
20:3E Education as community development: Working in solidarity to build more peaceful and democratic communities Alysha Sloane
20:4A State of the Inner City report 2009 - It takes all day to be poor Shauna MacKinnon
20:4B Relationship between adolescent girls’ psycho-social development and use of virtual social networking research Lesley Girling,
Laura Sokal
20:4C Integrating social justice issues into the curriculum: Working toward intercultural competence Karen Magro
20:4D Youth citizenship programs provided through MB4Youth Chrystal Lynch
20:4E Success despite the odds: The voices of inner city youth Louesa Polyzoi,
Laura Atkinson,
Cathrine Froese Klassen
21:11 Bringing the teachings of the seven grandfathers into our classrooms: The Kenanow model of teaching David B. Anderson
21:12 Supporting the spirit of inclusion: Kenanow, teaching training and the L3 site Loretta Francois,
Matilda Gibb,
Brenda Firman
21:13 Science learning in the north Dawn Sutherland
21:21 What is a community school? Dori Hnidy,
Michelle Jones
21:22 Teacher education, service learning, and community renewal Frederica Prince,
Loretta Francois,
Brenda Firman
21:23 Shine on north Kevin Chief,
Gerry Zacharias
21:31 Television Conferencing and French Immersion Diplomas/The Science Ambassador Project Kathi McConnell-Hore
21:32 What makes a difference? Second year for full day kindergarten in Thompson Michelle Radley,
Peggy Martin
21:33 Responding to community aspirations: The development, implementation and assessment of culture-based science curricula in Canada’s North Barbara McMillan
21:41 How principal exchanges in an online community of practice ar e shaping conversations with teachers Juel Chouinard
21:42 Understanding the challenges and opportunities for recruitment and retention of in-school administrators in northern Manitoba. Amjad Malik
21:43 Embracing holistic pedagogy in the restorative justice program Rose Antsanen,
John George Hansen
22:1A Measuring knowledge, attitudes and behaviors concerning sustainable development among tenth grade students in Manitoba Alex C. Michalos
22:1B Towards anti-oppressive education in teacher education programs in Manitoba Chris Brown
22:1C Connectedness to nature Mike Klassen Paper  
22:1D Equity: Foundational to education for sustainable development Donna Michaels, Mathew Gustafson, Nance Dane
22:1E An analysis of topics, abstracts, locations and issues in MEd research projects and theses completed at Brandon University 1990-2010 Robin Enns, Lisa Maxwell
22:1F Water sustainability: An indigenous perspective Garry Abigosis
22:1G Learning today to improve tomorrow Paul Cuthbert, Tyler Moran
22:2A Sustaining students with disabilities in post-secondary education Chris Brown, Michelle Magnusson
22:2B Leaders of change Jacqueline Kirk
22:2C Developing scientific literacy through Education for sustainable development in a small school network Rodelyn Stoeber, Fernand Saurette
22:2D Teaching teachers about sustainability and global citizenship Peter Denton, Barbara McMillan
22:2E Education for sustainability in Manitoba: What is and what should be Gary Babiuk, Thomas Falkenberg
22:2F Sustainability for future generations through land based education Randy Koshel
22:2G Perspectives in education for sustainable development Carolee Buckler, Anne MacDiarmid
22:3A Final lines in the sand - a foundational concept in educating for sustainability Gordon Robinson
22:3B Engaging learners using social networks in teacher education Michael Nantais, Jackie Kirk
22:3C Exploring different roles that universities play in facilitating learning for sustainability Laura Sims
22:3D Exploring parental attitudes toward outdoor exploration Michael Link
22:3E Knowledge of the forest: Supporting sustainability education with teachers-in-training Betty Lynxleg
22:3F Launch of the Manitoba sustainability education directory Christina McDonald, Lindsay Irwin
22:3G Supporting and sustaining schools toward indigenized curriculum: Exploring the possibilities of the indigenous inquiry kit model Helen Armstrong
23:1A The great divide between theory and practice in teacher education programs backdrop to the research and praxis Jerry Ameis
23:1B Urban and inner-city studies in Winnipeg’s North End Jim Silver
23:1C Transforming identities: Creating a vision of leadership in occupational therapy Natalie MacLeod Schroeder
23:1D The transformative practice of anti-oppressive education Chris Brown
23:1E Aligning hallway pedagogy with human rights: Learnings from the First National Climate Survey on Homophobia and Transphobia in Canadian High Schools Catherine Taylor
23:1F Exploring different roles that universities play in facilitating learning for sustainability Laura Sims
23:1G School improvement as transformative practice Lesley Weisshaar
Scott Hill
Alyshia Sloane
23:2A Literacy with ICT: A model for the 21st Century Michelle Larose- Kuzenko
23:2B Project SILA: Exploration of Inuit concept Silarjuaq – understanding of constant flux Margaret Kress White
23:2C The [R]evolution of the Internet & higher education: Shifting paradigms Glenn Cockerline
Mike Nantais
Jackie Kirk
Chris Brown
23:2D Belonging: A critical place-based art education research project Pam Reichert
23:2E Pause for a period: Caring and critical conversations for menstrual curriculum change Jennifer Watt
23:2F Working toward transformative learning and educational change: Pathways and possibilities Karen Magro
23:2G Dancing with the elephant: Teacher education for the inclusion of First Nations, Métis and Inuit histories, worldviews and pedagogies Sherry Peden
23:2H Gift + passion = better world: Supporting teacher leadership for social justice Danielle Kolton
23:3A Transforming rural education through effective professional development Candy Skyhar
23:3B From knowledge to action: Defining effective and functional school division planning practices to maximize organizational improvement and change Lesley Eblie Trudel
23:3C Teaching for empowerment, action and change (TEACH): A proposed forum for social justice educators Cathryn Smith
23:3D Handing them the sword: Empowering First Nations and Métis students through the ELA curriculum Anne-Marie Rochford
23:3E Creating a culture of critique, justice & care in teacher education Mike Nantais
Lark Gamey
23:3F The rules of engagement: Innovation as professional practice Howard Kowalchuk
Adair Warren
23:3G The development of appreciative leadership in Sunrise School Division Ralph Mason
Wayne Leckie
24:1A Career development in the middle years: A pathway to keeping students engaged Karen Courchene
24:1B Manitoba’s career development strategy – “Your Future, Your Way” Gail Langlais,

Lindsay Kaluznick

24:1C Career development guide for Manitoba school leaders Brad Couch
24:1D Transitioning from high school to post-secondary education in Manitoba Ann Barbour-Stevenson
24:1E Mentoring: A strategy for encouraging at risk youth to set career goals Alan C. Wiebe
24:1F Mentorship in the arts: Introducing youth to careers in the arts Thom Sparling
24:2A Through an essential skills lens Lindsay Laidlaw, Jonathan Cote
24:2B Building a culture of entrepreneurship Shaun Hampton
24:2C ‘Selling’ career planning to youth - lessons we’ve learned Nora Murdock,
Kelly Selkirk
24:2D Anokiiwin: Career development for the Aboriginal student Karen Courchene
24:2E Met school – from curriculum to community Adair Warren,
David Zynoberg
24:2F Technical Vocational Initiative and the Professional Learning Group Peter Narth,
Tony Fiorentino
24:3A L’influence des parents sur les intentions postsecondaires de leur enfant Gilbert Michaud
24:3B Restoring the sacred program and honouring gifts program Raena Baker,
Dana Connolly
24:3C Career Trek Darrell Cole
24:3D College and career readiness for all K-12 students: Need to help students to start the life journey effectively in order to finish well Grace Ukasoanya,
Marlene Atleo
24:3E The green jobs and sustainable development careers guidebook Natalie Swayze
24:3F The career development paradigm shift Tom Prins
25:1A1 Constructing, alternative learning for all Manitobans Amelia Gamvrelis
9:45 - 10:20
Paper  
25:1A2 Special education students’ perceptions of classroom support John Kreshewski
10:25 - 11:00
25:1B Lost prizes: Recognizing and nurturing talent in at-risk populations Ken McCluskey
9:45 - 11:00
25:2A1 The importance of place/personal stories told through the map as art Andrea Bell Stuart
11:00 - 11:35
25:2A2 Career and technology studies: The action option Ernie Bart
11:40 - 12:15
25:2B1 Kenanow: Inclusivity in teacher education and practice Brenda Firman
11:00 - 11:35
25:2B2 Including sexual and gender minority students: Six key lessons learned from LGBTQ youth Catherine Taylor
11:40 - 12:15
25:3A1 Met school - From curriculum to community David Zynoberg
1:15 - 1:50
25:3A2 Using Elluminate to create learning communities Rodelyn Stoeber
1:55 - 2:30
Paper  
25:3B1 Lines in the sand: Are at-risk students being forced from our schools? Ken McCluskey
1:15 - 1:50
25:3B2 "The 21st Century chalkboard" ... Extending the classroom walls Bradley Hampson
1:55 - 2:30
26:1A Section 23 of the Charter and French Minority Language Rights in Canada – fragile communities facing reluctant Government responses Jules Rocque
26:1B Parent perspective on equity in schools Naomi Kruse &
Judith Cameron
26:1C Metis Education Policy: Standing Tall and Louis Riel Institute initiatives Sharon Conway
26:1D A critical vision for social justice in Canadian school systems Duane Brothers
26:1E Eating rats for insight: Culture, education, and equity Kevin Lamoureux
26:1F Growing the Peaceful Village Lesley Weisshaar &
Batista Kwajok
26:2A Anti-oppressive education: Minding the gap Chris Brown
26:2B From equitable education to an equitable society: One step, one student, at a time Anne-Marie Rochford
26:2C Social Justice Theatre Alysha Sloane
26:2D Cancelled Language rights of linguistic minority students in Canada, including the aboriginal, immigrant, and refugee students Naghmeh Babaee
26:2E Aligning teacher inquiry as praxis Scott Hill
26:2F Where is equity found in the relationship between education and poverty? Stephanie Yamniuk
26:3A Exploring and assessing resources to indigenize curriculum Helen D. Armstrong,
Donna Forsyth, &
Jackie Sinclair
26:3B Enhancing access to post-secondary opportunities for non-traditional learners Andrea McCluskey
and Debra Radi
26:3C Beyond the rhetoric of social justice: Transforming knowledge and practice through cooperative inquiry and reflective practice Danielle Kolton
26:3D Equity measures through large-scale assessment Ken Clark
26:3E Equity without participation is not equity: The changing role of school boards Jon Young &
AbdelHady El Nagar
26:3F Resilience theory as a way of empowering newcomer students and schools Stephanie Yamniuk
27:1A Values and ethics in the decision-making of rural Manitoba school principals Chris Hicks
27:1B Living and learning together in place Brenda Firman
Elders: Martha Jonasson, Stella Neff, Albert Tait
Instructor: Buddy Loyie
School District: Ron Cook, Loretta Dykun
Pre-service teacher:TBD Students and Teachers from the district: TBD
27:1C The TRCM Research Strategy James Wilson
27:2A Our stories about teaching and learning: A Yukon First Nation shares its stories to assist educators in becoming responsive to the learning styles and aspirations of their community Brian Lewthwaite Barbara McMillan Robert Renaud Thomas Owen (Massey University)
27:2B But what does this have to do with real life? Connecting students to community through relevant curriculum Anne-Marie Rochford
27:2C(i) The continuum of literacy stages and their convergences into the four dimensional Universal Human Jenre Mark Mirza-Agha
27:2C(ii) Community art studio: An arts-based exploration of the experience of Canadian education for immigrant families Pam Reichert
27:3A Citizenship mathematics: Connecting young adults to the children in their village Ralph Mason
27:3B(i) The Peaceful Village Alysha Sloane
Batista Kwajok
Daniel Swaka
27:3B(ii) Building sustainable relationships in community schools Marlene Gallagher
27:3C(i) Is Education Sustainable? An examination of patterns and connections within MEd theses/projects with respect to topics, cultures, communities, and school divisions Robin Enns &
Lisa Maxwel
27:3C(ii) A cross-sectoral partnership: A readiness program for at-risk kindergarten children Donna Haydey
28:0A Keynote Presentation Brian Lewthwaite Paper  
28:1A The Development of Indigenous Pathways Programs for Higher Math and Science Education in Manitoba: A Call to Action Josh Watt
28:1B Supporting Teachers in Developing Effective Literacy Practices for Teaching Science Len Rivard
28:1C Can Students Learn Science Through a Story? Cathrine Froese Klassen & Stephen Klassen
28:1D Science Education in Cultural Contexts Dawn Sutherland
28:2A Tensions in Implementing the New Manitoba Chemistry Curriculum: A Teacher's Experience in Responding to the Learning Preferences of His Students Brian Lewthwaite
28:2B Is Math Ed a house of cards and is it falling down? Jerry Ameis
28:2C Making Math and Science Topics Enticing for Aboriginal Students Amjad Malik, Rick White & Virginia Birch
28:2D Approaching Science Education with Community Partnerships: Connecting Curriculum to Biomedical Science at St. Boniface Hospital Research Stephen Jones
28:3A Revising Teacher Candidates’ Views of Science and Self: Can Accounts from the History of Science Help? Richard Hechter,
John Murray,
Brian Lewthwaite
28:3B Learning Biology for Sociopolitical Action Barbara McMillan
28:3C Adapting McKeown and Dendinger's Framework for Teaching or Analyzing Environmental Issues in a Middle Years Setting Don Metz,
Peter Wohlgemut
29:1A Where is equity found in the relationship between education and poverty? Stephanie Yamniuk
29:1B Inquiry into an induction model for inner-city teachers and administrators Kathy Collis
Francine Morin
Thomas Falkenber
29:1C Transforming our practices: What is the role of in-school administrators? Derrick Cameron
29:1D Embracing the Other: Reconciling personal and social change narratives Randy Kroeker
29:2A Resilience theory as a way of empowering newcomer students and schools Stephanie Yamniuk
29:2B Cultivating global citizenship: Exploring the pedagogy and ethics of global citizenship practica. Are we doing the right thing? Lloyd Kornelsen
29:2C Educational leadership in sustaining positive school cultures Sue Marlatt

Susan Schmid

29:2D Treaty Education Initiative Connie Wyatt-Anderson
29:3A Establishing creative environments through flexible leadership Ken McCluskey
29:3B Ethical Leadership: A moral commitment to high quality learning Coralie Bryant
Ken Klassen
29:3C Principals' leadership education with student outcomes in mind Connie Allsopp
29:3D Tackling first things first: Using career development education to promote new comer Canadian student’s career adaptability and school engagement Grace Ukasoanya
30:1A Manitoba’s diversity: A cultural mosaic Sandie Zinn
30:1B Relationship development intervention Heather Ladoski
30:1C Aboriginal resources review Jennifer Lamoureux, Adrienne Doole,
Dina Drabyk, Pat Malis
30:2A SSHRC teacher research initiative Richard Hechter
30:2B Incorporating inclusionary practices into the classroom
What a wonderful world
Linda Eidse (30 min)
Connie Bagrie (30 min)
30:2C Developing teacher leaders for social justice: A doctoral research journey Cathryn Smith
30:3A The digital student/athlete project: Incorporating technology into an activity-based setting Dan Gregovski
30:3B Song mosaics Ryan Millar
30:3C Identity and equality conference Jocelyn Sheddon
30:4A Developing student voice and community connections through teacher advisory groups LaVern Worrell and Jerald Wake
30:4B Global citizenship in the elementary school: Connections through teacher advisory groups Darci Adam and Vivian Fogart
30:4C Basic literacy skills Deb McCallum
31:1A Section 23 of the Charter and French Minority Language Rights in Canada – fragile communities facing reluctant government responses Jules Rocque
31:1B Parent perspectives on equity in our classrooms and schools Naomi Kruse,
Judith Cameron
31:1C Metis Education: Standing Tall and Louis Riel Institute initiatives Sharon Conway
31:1D Equity without participation is not equity: The changing role of school boards Jon Young,
AbdelHady El Nagar
31:1E Knowing the difference between equity and equality and why it matters Sherry Peden
31:2A Anti-oppressive education: Minding the gap Chris Brown
31:2B The dlalectic of white privilege and the legacy of indian residential schools in public professional praxis Marlene Atleo
31:2C Growing the Peaceful Village Lesley Weisshaar
Daniel Swaka
31:2D Eating rats for insight: Culture, education, and equity Kevin Lamoureux
31:3A An indigenous perspective to equity in education. Richard Atleo
31:3B Enhancing access to post-secondary opportunities for non-traditional learners Andrea McCluskey,
Debra Radi
31:3C Manitoba Public School Finance Bart Michaleski
31:3D Equity measures through large-scale assessment Ken Clark
32:1A The every teacher project Catherine Taylor, Paul Olson and Chris Campbell
32:1B The ISOTOPE (infusing science outcomes, technology orientations and pedagogical experiences) project Richard Hechter
Jerrold Wiebe
LauraAnne Vermette
32:1C The "It's Our Time" First Nations education toolkit -1 Curtis Mallett
32:2A Gardner's (2008) 5 minds for the future Stephanie Yamniuk
32:2B "Educating for global citizenship": What does this mean? Lloyd Kornelsen
32:2C The "It's Our Time" First Nations education toolkit - 2 Curtis Mallett
32:3A The seventh fire: Education for our grandchildren's grandchildren David Anderson
32:3B Teaching grammar and punctuation in the 21st century Marion Terry
32:3C "Standing Tall" initiative Sharon Conway
32:4A Re-storying Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal relations: Symbolic recapitalization of education in Manitoba Marlene Atleo
32:4B NEET youth in Manitoba: A hidden population Karen Rempel
32:4C Engaged learners program Dan Reagan
32:5A The ACHIEVE program Cancelled Anne Marie Rochford
32:5B C21 teacher induction and teacher leadership: Promises and possibilities Kathy Collis
32:5C Developing iterative tools for social justice leadership Cathryn Smith
32:6A Reimagining teacher education: Our ongoing story Paul Betts
Lee Anne Block
32:6B VOICES Community-based participatory action research: Thompson's cultural proficiency pathway Chris Brown
Al Gardiner
32:6C The HUB model personified Grant Kreuger
Tyson MacGillivary
33:1A Establishing a foundation for early numeracy learning in the home environment Sheri-Lynn Skwarchuk
33:1B Teaching children who struggle to learn math Paul Betts
33:1C Changing the Structure of Schooling Jerry Ameis
33:1D High school students helping younger children to learn through citizen mathematics Ralph Mason
33:2A Relevant percentages: Incorporating social justice themes into a middle school math class Valerie Mytopher,
Christopher Neufeld,
Marc Kuly
33:2B Aboriginal mathematics - A traditional approach to learning and understanding David Anderson
33:2C Moving the purpose of K-12 mathematics education into the 21st Century Thomas Falkenberg
33:3A Effective questioning in the elementary math classroom Gail Ruta Fontaine
33:3B Literature-triggered mathematics: Invitational professional development for generalist teachers Greg Bryan and Ralph Mason
33:3C First steps in mathematics - A professional development session Sandy Margetts
34:1A "It humbles people and makes us better": Effects of a service learning course Sokal. Barrett, Appel, Hildebrand, & Radawitz
34:1B Parental involvement and appropriate educational programming regulations: Perspectives of Principals Joan Zaretsky
34:1C The role of school leadership in creating a welcome environment for community: In conversation with principals Spencer Clements
34:2A A Proposal for the Unity Learning Centre Scott Durling
34:2B La consommation d’alcool et de drogues chez les jeunes vivant en situation linguistique minoritaire au Manitoba (French) Stefan Delaquis & Danielle de Moissac
34:2C Sistema Winnipeg Elwick: Year one findings of an arts integration program Francin Morin, Tanya Derksen & Lydia Hedrich
34:2D Inclusive Education in Manitoba 2001-2012 John VanWalleghem & Leslie Eblie Trudel
34:3A Moving forward, giving back: Transformative Aboriginal adult education Jim Silver
34:3B Exploitation pédagogique d’un corpus de francais oral: example d’un partenariat école/communauté (French) Francois Lentz & Sandrine Hallion
34:3C Families who homeschool in Manitoba Alan Schroeder
34:4A MAPC parental engagement in public education: Survey results Judith Cameron
34:4B An evaluation of parental perspectives on children’s education in Skownan First Nation Kathryn Levine, Fairy Wong & Darrell Cole
34:4C Approaching science education with community partnerships: Connecting biomedical science to curriculum experiences Harry Bell & Stephen Jones
34:5A How important is a practicum to fostering positive inclusive attitudes in pre-service teachers? Laura Sokal
34:5B Developing the "Profiling Inclusive Cultures in Schools" project Joan Zaretsky
34:5C Integrating social justice themes in content area courses Karen Magro
35:1A Touring Turtle Island: Fostering leadership capacity to support First Nation, Metis and Inuit learners Sherry Peden and Dawn Wallin
35:1B Inquiry into social studies: Supporting self-efficacy leading to planned, sustainable action Gary Babiuk, &
Linda Connor
35:1C Picture this! A teaching strategy for all teachers Nathan Hall
35:1D Professional Learning and Leadership Centre Kathy Collis
35:1E Defining effective school division planning practices Lesely Eblie Trudel
35:2A Recent developments in Aboriginal education in Manitoba Helen Robinson-Settee
35:2B Understanding social justice in education: Exploring the concept with principals through dilemma analysis Danielle Fullan Kolton
35:2C Founding Manitoba’s first democratic school: The Unity Learning Centre Scott Durling, Dave Law, and Tanis Westdal
35:2D Excitement, energy and enthusiasm: The process of change in Lakeshore School Division Leanne Peters
35:2E An overview of the MASS ethical leadership project Ken Klassen
35:3A Efficacy in peace education Lloyd Kornelsen
35:3B Having positive conversations with teachers about teaching math Ralph Mason
35:3C Authentic parent involvement: What it looks like and how it may be achieved Naomi Kruse
35:3D The student success initiative and teacher transformation Jackie Kirk and Sheila Giesbrecht
36:1A Literacy with ICT across the curriculum: A developmental continuum John Finch
36:1B Teachnology: Improving student and teacher learning in today's classroom Desiree Lemieux Paper  
36:1C How technology supports Metis education in Manitoba Sharon Conway
36:2A Technology and innovation across the curriculum: Connecting with technologically savvy students Philippe Beaudry, Daniel Berube, Mariannick Kroeker Paper  
36:2B Evaluating bring your own device in the Winnipeg School Division: Assessing the capacity Doug Edmond Paper  
36:2C Rigorous learning by distance Heather Duncan Paper  
36:3A The case against educational technology: Researching the literature. Dennis Hlynka Paper  
36:3B Where is your Library? Colleen Slight & Bradley Hampson
36:3C Building vocabulary, language and story comprehension through digital storybooks Donna Copsey Haydey Paper  
36:4A Exploring the use of graphic novels and digital comics as a creative platform for teacher candidates in home economics education Joanna Black, Orest Cap Paper  
36:4B Shift happens: From knowledge bokers to heutagogues Peggy Hobson, Darren Oughton, Brandi Nicholauson, David Wall, Tanis Thiessen Paper  
37:1A Defining our space and place: A Kenanow perspective on social studies education David Anderson
37:1B Teaching and learning in multicultural environment: Challenges, needs and successful integration Eric Sagenes
37:1C Engaging discomfort: Consciousness-raising as teacher development Lark Gamey
37:1D Graduate students perceptions of the revised social studies curriculum KP Binda
37:1E Achieving Transformation Online: Changing Attitudes and Behaviour in the 21st Century Classroom Matt Henderson
37:2A Caring beyond the credit: Encouraging citizenship in the Grade 12 Global Issues course John Thompson & Kara Wickstrom-Street
37:2B Teaching history through popular film: Exploring the role of film music Denis Hlynka
37:2C Systems thinking in the global issues classroom Larry Paetkau
37:2D Game changer: How ‘Global Issues, Citizenship and Sustainability” has empowered students to become empathic and dialogical global citizens Kevin Lopuck
37:2E Citizenship mathematics: High school students helping younger children with numeracy activities Ralph Mason
37:3A Learning within inquiry-based pedagogy Lee Ann Block
37:3B Inquiry instruction through critical theory in the new ‘Global Issues: Citizenship And Sustainability’ course Jennifer Chapman
37:3C Introducing inquiry pedagogy during pre-service teacher education Gary Babiuk
37:3D Beyond the bake sale: The challenges of introducing take action projects in the global issues classroom Patrick McGuire
37:3E My first impressions of teaching global issues through inquiry Brenda Neuhofer
38:1A The Peaceful Village: The power of place and space Lesley Weisshaar
38:1B Peace education and sustainability: Synthesizing constructs of ecological development and social justice towards critical, place-based educational theory and practice Jan Stewart
38:1C No "us" and "them" and "over there": Understanding power and interconnections through global citizenship Kira Burkett and Bequie Lake
38:1D MTS support for reflective practice: Exceptional teachers, classrooms and communities. Lia Baksina
38:1E Story/narrative mapping: Understanding our inner ‘place’ to enhance learning spaces Laara Fitznor
38:1F From the ground up: Creating educational synergy together ­ a remote community welcomes a Kenanow/Kinanaw educator Stella Neff & Brenda Firman
38:2A Where we work for social justice: Close to home, in small places Gareth Neufeld
38:2B Training culturally proficient teachers within the Kenanow Model of Education Elder Stella Neff and Jennifer Davis
38:2C Andragogy* of place Robin Enns
38:2D Metis education in Manitoba Sharon Conway
38:2E Many ways to the market: Practical and experiential considerations for educational technologies in an indigenous context Ben Akoh
39:1A Music for all Sheila Scott
39:1B Head, heart, and hands: Three aspects of equity education Chris Brown
39:1C Factors that affect academic performance in Grade 9: Focus on video games Marion Terry & Amjad Malik
39:1D Curricular integration using Indigenous Inquiry Kits Helen Armstrong
39:1E Restitution: From compliance to selfdiscipline Rebecca Gray
39:2A Teacher research: A facilitator’s reflections on the Grade 12 Inquiry Project Lloyd Kornelsen
39:2B High school students helping younger children to learn mathematics Ralph Mason
39:2C Engaging parents to support learning: Challenges and opportunities Naomi Kruse
39:2D Indigenous films and movies for curricular integration and professional learning Helen Armstrong
39:2E How good schools empower students Bryan Schroeder
39:3A A study of middle school students’ motivation to learn English as a second language Margaret Aisicovich
39:3B The effectiveness of technology integration into the classroom in rural Manitoba high schools David Nutbean
39:3C Profiles of a struggling mathematics learner: What we know and how we can help Sheri-Lynn Skwarchuk
39:3D Using social media to cultivate an empowering school environment Mike Nantais
39:4A Education for all Reg Klassen, Superintendent/CEO
40:1A "Wayfinders": Leading young people to a future of promise and possibility through mentorship and education Peter Krahn
40:1B Applying the knowledge-practice model of professional development in an early years family centre Donna Copsey Haydey Video  
40:1C Vocational initiatives in the Frontier School Division Tyson MacGillvray and Grant Krueger (Cranberry-Portage Site) Video  
40:2A Creating space for learners Barry Dyck Video  
40:2B Science Education in Canada to 2030: First Results of a New National Study John Murray
Paper  
40:2C Empowerment through unconventional education Emily Halldorson Video  
40:3A Merchants Corner as a case of grassroots engagement in inner-city education Jim Silver and Shauna MacKinnon Video  
40:3B Leadership from the inside out Gary Hunter Video  
40:3C "But how is this important in real life?": Engaging students and connecting to community via curriculum delivery in English Language Arts Anne-Marie Rochford (Cranberry-Portage Site) Video  
40:4A Engaging community through a Grade 3/4 school gardening project Lee Anne Block Video  
40:4B Engaging students and families in school through an El Sistema-inspired after school orchestral program Francine Morin Video  
40:4C Everyone’s responsibility: Career Trek in the Nor-Man region Darell Cole Video  
41:1A Success in a complex world: How northern Manitoba female university students define success and impact of this success on family and community Maureen Simpkins and Marleny Bonnycastle
41:1B Peer-led tutoring through technology David Kattenburg and Terralyn McKee
41:1C Kinanaw Oma Stella Neff
41:1D Measurement and control of indoor air quality Selvin Pete
41:1E Collaborative practice in action Lia Baksina
41:1F Recruitment of teachers in Punjab, Pakistan: A qualitative study to explore policies and procedures Amjad Malik
41:1G A model for successful K - 12/Post secondary community based partnership Lindsay Cook and Cameron Mateika
41:2A Nanatonikewin: The vision for the UCN Council of Elders Brenda Firman, Connie Weenusk and Martha Jonasson
41:2B Aligning local goods and services to local and regional consumer needs and wants Mark Matiasek and Manveer Dhillon
41:2C Improving school engagement for students and parents Al Gardiner and Ann Barbour-Stevenson (UCN- The Pas)
41:2D The Letters of an Ontario Adventurer in British Columbia, 1873-1875 Greg Stott
41:2E Continuing the ceremony: FNMI educational leadership road show moves to land-based learning Sherry Peden and Dawn Wallin
41:2F Some stories of the land and the people before Wuskwatim covered the land Emma Gossfeld
41:2G practicum experiences for pre- service teachers Davis and Heather Cook
41:3A Teaching science in the north Amjad Malik, Malathi Rajendran, Dylan Harrington and Kate Cook
41:3B Contradictions in young worker’s retention of safety education Harvey Briggs
41:3C Supper and a Book: No cooking, no cleaning and it’s free! Trudy Bell-Tulman and Laura Ayres (UCN – The Pas)
41:3D The unique and privileged role of our communities in the future exploration of northern Manitoba Eckhart Buhlmann
41:3E The Aboriginal Education Directorate: An overview of research, policy development and strategic initiatives Helen Robinson-Settee
41:3F Where do parents fit in? Naomi Kruse
41:3G Metis education in Manitoba Sharon Parenteau
41:4A Indigenous language education: Where do we go next? Frank Deer
41:4B Impact of student-initiated afterschool program Alberto Mansilla
41:4C Integrating land-based education with the Manitoba middle years curriculum Jennifer Davis and Jaynie Burnell (UCN – The Pas)
41:4D Effective academic and community research partnerships: University of Winnipeg and Norway House Cree Nation on repatriating birthing Jaime Cidro, Christina Queskakapow and Elisabeth Dolin
41:4E Incorporating tradtitional elders in teaching science and mathematics in northern scho Lorna-Lee Breemersch, Melissa Bignell, and Darcie Smeltzer
41:4F Closing the reading gap at the source: The power of people and relationships in supporting emergent readers Brenda Firman and Connie Weenusk
41:4G The Aboriginal youth mentorship program (Rec and Read) Alexis Halverson, Kerri Wheaton and Barb Carlson
42:1A Impact of student-initiated after school program on student motivation and learning challenges towards the development of a science project Alberto Mansilla
42:1B Career technology studies and inquiry learning Rosanne Massinon & Brenda Mutcher
42:1C Using co-operative learning to scaffold inquiry Laura Sokal
42:1D Considering a master’s thesis? My story of professional learning through research. Lam Nguyen
42:1E Learning to learn in more complex ways: Grade 8 math Jorrel Camuyong & Ralph Mason
42:1F New Pedagogies for Deep Learning (NPDL) – Embracing contemporary learning competencies in Evergreen School Division Paul Cuthbert, Rosanna Cuthbert & Nadine Trembley
42:2A Expeditionary Math Glenys MacLeod
42:2B Inquiry through documentary: The case of the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and the Assiniboine Park Zoo Denis Hlynka
42:2C Surviving “Global Issues”: A teacher's thoughts Greg Shedden
42:2D Mathematics education learning support leadership in Manitoba Michelle McClarty, Hollee Perreault, Sheri Lynn Skwarchuk and Kim Young
42:2E Building students’ experiential foundations: Powers and exponents, grade 9 Peter Slivinski, Steve Erickson and Ralph Mason
42:2F Creating a classroom culture where global issues can be taught Pamela Schoen
42:3A Life writing and literary métissage: Practitioner inquiries into the teaching of writing as/for social justice and human rights Michelle Honeyford and Wayne Serebrin
42:3B Cultural constructs of time and their effects on e-learning Orest Kinasevych
42:3C Becoming a math leader: Three narratives Allan Stevenson
42:3D Student engagement in learning at the local community level Larry Smith
42:3E Inquiry in the classroom: Inquiry and design thinking with Design IT Inquiry in the classroom Karlie Blahut, Ali Cuthbert, Con Claudio, Kayla Goosen and Simran Seehra
42:3F Global Issues Research Team Year 2: How effective is the Global Issues course in engaging students to care? Reflections on teacher action research findings John Thompson & Kara Wickstrom Street
42:4A Supporting professional learning communities: The case of problem solving Paul Betts, Gwen Birse, Dan Kammerlock & Sari Rosenberg
42:4B Technical vocational and academic partnerships Lindsay Cook and Cameron Matekia
42:4C Inner landscapes: Transformative learning experiences of Canadian education interns in Greece Karen Magro
42:4D Dialogue in educational organizations Catherine Neumann
42:4E The fusion text: A multimodal representation of student inquiry in global issues for knowing and meaning making Timothy Beyak
43:1A Dialogue in educational organizations Catherine Neumann
43:1B Inspiring hope: Sustainability and teacher education Chris Beeman, Lee Anne Block Laura Sims Thomas Falkenberg
43:1C New Pedagogies for Deep Learning (NPDL): Embracing contemporary learning competencies in Evergreen School Division Rosanna Cuthbert Nadine Trumbley
43:2A Legislative Assembly of Assiniboia Sharon Parenteau
43:2B Inspiring hope: Sustainability and teacher education Continued from 1B
43:2C COSL Leadership Team: Working together for the betterment of education in Manitoba Maxine Geller, Gary Jackson, Sandy Turcotte
43:3A Transforming the educational landscape: Teachers’ conceptions of social justice and practical applications in 21st century classrooms Karen Magro
43:3B What have we learned through the implementation of a two- year division-wide induction program? Katherine Collis Gail Ruta Fontaine
43:3C Cross-linguistic phonology project Daniel Bérubé
43:3D Teacher, know thyself: The possibilities of transformative education Barry Dyck
43:4A The voices of our elders and the Anishnabe 3-R’s of leadership David Anderson
43:4B Académie de leadership / Leadership Academy Alain Laberge
43:4C Peer-assisted leadership (PAL) Roy Seidler, Kathy Siactecki, Anita Werbowski
43:4D Supporting professional learning communities in Math classrooms Paul Betts, Gwen Birse, Dan Kammerlock, Sari Rosenberg, Ricki Valcourt
44:1A Connecting for success: The Newcomer Education Coalition Abdikheir Ahmed, Sue Hoang, Surafel Kuchem &Marc Kuly Video  
44:1B Tipachimowin: Stories from the Winnipeg Education Centre teacher education program Helen Robinson-Settee
44:1C Embedding FRIENDS certification in initial teacher training Brenda Firman, Vanessa Fitzpatrick, Janet Wheaton Video  
44:2A Small school campus: A consortium of six rural schools in DSFM Deny Gravel & Louise Legal-Perrin Video  
44:2B Unpacking the call to action: Teaching global citizenship through a critical lens Lynn Nichol
44:2C Importance of teaching local authors in middle and senior years Anne-Marie Rochford
44:2D Met School Janelle & David Zynoberg Video  
44:3A First encounters between indigenous peoples and newcomers from the east to central Canada Brian Rice
44:3B Learning from the land is NOT a field trip Jennifer Davis with UCN Students
44:3C FSD / UCN / 4+1 / EOP / ELP / NMMA / NTC: What does it all mean for Frontier Students? Grant Krueger, Tyson MacGillvray, Gary Neufeld Video  
44:3D Ecological contexts to support refugee students in Manitoba schools Stephanie Yamniuk, Robyn Laramée, Daniel Militano, Douglas O’Brien & Lauren Prud’homme
44:4A Best practices and programs to support the education of refugee and newcomer students Jan Stewart Video  
44:4B An exercise in quantitative research protocol: Factors that affect student learning in Grade Nine Amjad Malik, Marion Terry
44:4C Supporting the professional educator: What works in the different contexts of northern education in Manitoba Shelley Cook, Brenda Firman Video  
44:4D Manitoba Educators for Social Justice Nancy Janelle & Derek Eidse Video  
45:1A The Blanket Exercise (Sessions 1A & 2A) Rebecca Chartrand Alison Cox Helen Robinson-Settee
45:1B Science outreach programs at the Arctic’s edge LeeAnn Fishback & Stephanie Puleo
45:1C Collaborative practice in action Lia Baksina
45:2A The Blanket Exercise (Continues from Session 1A) Rebecca Chartrand Alison Cox Helen Robinson-Settee
45:2B Embedding resiliency training in early childhood education Brenda Firman, Vanessa Fitxpatrick & Janet Wheaton
45:2C Engaging schools and community in research (Aboriginal Youth Mentorship Program) Barb Carlson & Jon McGavock
45:3A Forest and Nature School: Place-based learning Barb Carlson
45:3B Connecting to Kenanow Model with 4R’s and 4D’s Marlene Atleo
45:3C Using our whole space to support students at the centre Scott Donovan, Rhonda McCorriston & student panel
45:4A Land based education in the schoolyard: This is NOT a field trip Jennifer Davis & UCN Pre-Service Teachers
45:4B Supporting northern educators: A culturally proficient perspective Brenda Firman
45:4C Why research matters Sherry Peden
46:1A What are the key elements in a successful mentorship program? Alan Wiebe
46:1B Navigating the complex terrain of Indigenous research: Building relationships for successful collaboration in Manitoba Ben Akoh
46:1C A Proposed Curriculum Framework for Aboriginal School Division in Winnipeg Randy Guimond
46:2A Building connections between school and community in urban education. Sue Hoang & Vinh Huynh
46:2B Urban education alternatives: The Model School Derek Eidse
46:2C Decolonizing education and training Haven Stumpf & Eleanor Thompson
46:3A Merchants Corner Shauna MacKinnon & Jim Silver
46:3B Mobilizing adult learning and literacy in education Karen Magro
46:3C Alternative approaches to attendance policies Justin Remple
46:4A Supporting parents In building their young child’s language and content knowledge through the use of children’s magazines Donna Copsey Haydey
46:4B Manitoba Educators for Social Justice Derek Eidse & Patrick McGuire
46:4C Tipachimowin: Stories from the Winnipeg Education Centre program Helen Robinson-Settee
47:1A How can the core concepts of the Global Issues course (inquiry and action) be effectively implemented in other high school social sciences courses? Reflections on teacher action research Kara Wickstrom Street John Thompson
47:1B Collaborative inquiry projects for teachers of mathematics: Getting started Shelly Cook, Ralph Mason Alexander McKenzie & Sherry Perih
47:1C Collaborative inquiry and reflective practice Lia Baksina
47:1D Design thinking and inquiry with Design It Science Jazmin Bain, Alida Einarson, Jireh Martiniano & Kaleigh Poirier
47:1E Inquiry-based learning in unusual places: Inquiry and Grade 8 algebra Dave Law
47:2A I wonder what happens when I do this? The Science Teacher Inquiry Project Dawn Sutherland and STIP teachers
47:2B Healing relations through the land (1) & Transformational nature of journey in self-identity (2) Diane Brown, Holly Kalyniuk, Tim Skuce
47:2C The issue of assessment in Global Issues,Citizenship and Sustainability: A mark conundrum Kevin Lopuck
47:2D Outcome based assessment in senior years mathematics classrooms Allison Coe, Ian Donnellly, David Long & Georgia Sigvaldason
47:2E Inquiry into the role for education in growing community food security Scott Durling
47:3A Classroom-based assessment in early and middle years Ken Clark, Sara MacPherson & Sherry Perih
47:3B Anyone can teach social studies. But can they? Jean-Paul Rochon
47:3C Assuming a role, becoming a teacher and the occupation of space in a child’s learning journey(1) & Exploring one’s identity within the role of teaching social studies (2) Melissa Clark, Miranda Sadler & Tim Skuce
47:3D Fostering student voice in Grades 8 and 9 mathematics classrooms Ralph Backé & Denis Gingras
47:3E Inquiry in a technological society Denis Hlynka
47:3F Reflections on leading the Math Teacher Inquiry Project (MTIP) Paul Betts, Ian Donnelly and Sheri Skwarchuk
47:4A Learning places as transformative spaces: An exploration of identity and citizenship through global issues inquiry Timothy Beyak
47:4B Empowering math learning in early years multi-age classrooms Lynnea Luna, Sari Rosenberg & Breanne Treyturik
47:4C Supporting teachers in numeracy in Sunrise School Division Allan Stevenson
47:4D Mobile technology and the at-risk learner: iPad Learning Project Louise Loewen, Tara Manych, Marion Terry,
47:4E Mathematics teacher inquiry projects for social equity in Tanzania Ralph Mason
47:4F Mental healthť in high school: Reflections and concerns of a teacher onthe frontlines Kira Coulter
48:1A Enacting critical pedagogy and challenging conformity in teacher education: A tale of two educators Clea Schmidt & Jane Cormack
48:1B Supporting newcomer students and their families Daniel Swaka & Faven Mergia
48:1C Inquiry, diversity and global issues - The GTIP initiative Daniel Kiazyk
48:1D Diversity in a Global Issues classroom: Confronting the issues head-on Kevin Lopuck
48:2A The Fall Equinox: A celebration of diversity Rhonda McCorriston
48:2B Honouring diversity in community schools Sue Hoang & Ainslie Loria
48:2C The MET School Nancy Janelle & David Zynoberg
48:3A "Thank you for believing in me" Julie Ann Kniskern & Cheryl Klassen
48:3B Evolving locally-controlled education through partnership Colleen Clearsky
48:3C Understanding diverse perspectives on informal musical participation towards increased involvement in school music Kelsey Demond, Emily Hodge, Jennie Kennedy, Abby Ziprick, & Sheelagh Chadwick
48:4A Embracing our cultural differences: The Winnipeg Cultural Diversity Project Chantelle Cotton & Ira Udow
48:4B Language use and literacy development through culturally-relevant play-based pedagogies in early years classrooms Burcu Yaman Ntelioglou
48:4C The K - 12 Treaty Education Initiative René McGurry
48:4D The Metis: Our pathway to reconciliation Sharon Parenteau
49:1A Spirit Way Initiative: Wolves without borders Volker Beckmann, Michelin Gagnon, & Linda Markus
49:1B Using iPad technology to strengthen students’ language arts and numeracy skills Marion Terry
49:2A The power of science fiction to meet curricula outcomes Royce Murray
49:2B Determinants of culturally appropriate mobile learning in First Nations communities Ben Akoh
49:3A A case study of a 1:1 computing initiative in a rural high school Jacqueline Kirk & Mike Nantais
49:3B Creating a student-centered learning environment using technology in the classroom David Larocque
49:4A Youth practices in digital arts and new media: Learning in formal and Informal settings Joanna Black
49:4B Creative Ways to Deliver Content Brian Hutton
50:1A Spirit Way Initiative: Wolves without borders Micheline Gagne
50:1B Classroom-based assessment in early years Sara MacPherson and Sherry Perih
50:1C Aboriginal languages in Manitoba: Cree, Dene, Michif, Ojiwe, Inuktitut, Dakota and Oji-Cree Esther Sanderson with Elder Stella Neff and Elder Don Robinson
50:1D The MET School Nancy Janelle
50:2A Reframing Indigenous perspectives in education Chuck Bourgeouis
50:2B Perceptions of the purposes of education: Exploring local and global perspectives Anne Barbour-Stevenson with Erin Berscheid, Amber Cook, Mercedes Cote & Larissa Stephen
50:2C UDL teacher research in Kelsey School Division Linda Markus
50:2D Is land our first teacher? Enthralling northern students in math and science through relevancy Amjad Malik with Heather Fecteau-Forbister, Karlyn Houndle , Tara Miscavish, Yental Wavey, and Angela Wolfe
50:3A Teacher inquiry: Getting started Sherry Perih & Jay MacKenzi
50:3B MESJ: Working together for a better world Nancy Janelle
50:3C Thompson as wolf capital of the world TBA
50:3D Indigenous language revitalization: Pathways for a K - 3 Ojibwa language school Rebecca Chartrand
50:3E Determinants of culturally appropriate mobile learning in northern Manitoba. Ben Akoh
51:1A Complex poverty and education systems: Yes, we can make a difference! Duane Brothers
51:1B Reimagining mental health in schools: A critical look at the medicalized view of distress in youth Kira Coulter
51:1C Tell your story: The importance of film programs in inner city schools Caitlin Matewish
51:1D Alternative programs to support inner city youth in Winnipeg Diana Chernichko & Aubray Windsor
51:2A CEDA-Pathways: Supporting Winnipeg’s inner-city youth Kyle Ryzebol
51:2B Psychiatrizing urban poverty: Five reasons to question mental health awareness in the inner city Jan DeFehr
51:2C How Wall to Bridges prison education "took our moments of grey and gave us colours of hope" Judith Harris
51:2D Decolonizing education Haven Stumpf & Eleanor Thompson
51:3A Mitigating Adverse Childhood Experiences Through Project-Based Learning Matt Henderson
51:3B Metis education in an urban context Sharon Parenteau
51:3C Meeting learner needs is key to community-based adult education Marlene Atleo
52:1A Who’s doing the thinking? Jennifer Granke & Holly Anderson
52:1B Engaging students though inquiry in Canadian history Orysya Petryshyn
52:1C Creative music experiences with grades 4 and 5 students using the baritone ukulele Jordan Laidlaw
52:1D Grade 12 Canadian Law: Implementation of the student inquiry project Tracy Blahut
52:1E A narrative reflection on the history and development of the Global Teacher Inquiry Project (GTIP) Gary Babiuk
52:1F Got Data: Now What? Three Schools’ Implementation of Bruce Wellman’s Collaborative Inquiry Process Joan Zaretsky
52:2A Encouraging the development of problem solving skills in middle and high school Lam Nguyen, Sheri Temple & Mike Kattenfeld
52:2B The Science Teachers Inquiry Project: Improving the Design Process With Middle Years Students Dawn Sutherland, Michelene Reiniger & Daniélle Dubois-Jacques
52:2C The Canadian dream project Kevin Lopuck & Pamela Schoen
52:2D A teacher's journey to transform her math identity Rhonda Hawthorne
52:2E Relationship mapping: An inquiry into the complex relationship challenges of educational leaders David Mandzuk & Catherine Draper
52:2F Inquiry into implementation of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) in Kelsey School Division Linda Markus
52:3A Developing conceptual understanding of mathematics through inquiry David Law
52:3B Inquiry in teaching Grade 10 Essentials Math Michelle McLarty-Paul
52:3C Examining and exploring lived experience through inquiry Tim Skuce & Sheelagh Chadwick
52:3D Spaces of issue and issues of space Timothy Beyak & Justin Larrivee
52:3E Conversations in math to enrich problem solving Leigh Stachniak, Heather Fraser, Tina Wilts & Gary Jackson
52:3F Parents be the change: Using the inquiry process to engage parents Sheri Lynn Skwarchuk & Naomi Kruse
52:4A Meeting the standard? Can Grade 11 Manitoba geography students successfully complete a true inquiry project? Rob Langston
52:4B Stop, collaborate, and listen: Engaging all learners in collaborative numeracy development with K-5 students Tracy Tesluck, Jenna Firth, Jessica Robertson, Sara Neufeld, Brittany Miller, Iryna Deneka, Melissa Harder, Jay Macdonald, Karen Hiscott & Sari Rosenberg
52:4C Inquiring in additional languages Mike Friesen
52:4D Supporting teacher inquiry: Finding the time Ralph Mason
52:4E Reimagining “mental health” in schools: A critical look at the medicalized view of distress in youth Kira Coulter
52:4F How can we bring Canadian history to life through the stories of the dead? Using inquiry and historical thinking to pay tribute to fallen WWI soldiers. Kara Wickstrom Street & John Thompson
53:1A MTS Teacher-Led Learning Team: Articulating the Program Design Theory Dr. Cathryn Smith
53:1B What is your leadership style? Joan Zaretsky
53:1C Promoting science literacy through STEM design tasks Sandy Margetts & Pre-Service Teachers
53:1D Indicators of success for Indigenous children and youth Karen Rempel
53:2A Promoting numeracy through family math night Mike Nantais, Sandy Margetts, Candy Skyhar
53:2B Towards fully appropriate public education in Manitoba - A 75 Year Journey Lesely Eblie Trudel
53:2C Depathologizing the learner through critical mental health awareness: Calling for a paradigm shift Jan DeFehr
53:2D Raising the compulsory age of attendance in Manitoba schools: Implications for administrators and teachers Ardith McGeown Plant
53:3A Equity through literacy and numeracy classroom practice Janet Martell & Eileen Sutherland
53:3B Making students great again Maurice Williams
53:3C Engaging all K-6 learners in rich problem solving tasks Sari Rosenberg and R.F. Morrison teachers
53:3D Exploring the counselling roles of the school principal Jacqueline Kirk
54:1A Parents Be the Change: How an action inquiry project explodes into positive change! Sherilyn Skwarchuk & Naomi Kruse
54:1B Spirit Lines: A partnership project with the Manitoba Museum April Krahn
54:2A Data driven partnerships at Brooklands School Rex Baird Ferguson
54:2B Community schools and BSAP Cheryl Montgomery & Mike Murrin
54:3A Wraparound supports for children and youth with emotional and behavioural challenges in the context of a community school Nadine Bartlett
54:3B Jordan’s Principle - Child First Initiative Reg MacDonald
54:4A Manitoba First Nations School System: Beginning and future directions Nora Murdock
54:4B Response to the First Nation, Metis, Inuit Policy Framework: Promoting successful Indigenous education in the School District of Mystery Lake Lorie Henderson

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