Adult Learning and Education
Master of Education
At Educational Studies we are not just a community of professors, instructors and students working in isolation on obscure academic projects that few people can relate to. In fact, our work deeply and directly affects people and communities both locally and globally. Whether it’s working with farmers in Afghanistan or collaborating with Indigenous communities, the people of EDST are dedicated to a better world through education. Although our work varies widely, scholarship and teaching within EDST generally includes:
|De Oliveira Andreotti, Vanessa||[field_researcher_interest]|
|Ellis, Jason||history of education, Education policy, Politics of education|
|Gleason, Mona||History of Major Eras, Great Civilisations or Geographical Corpuses, history of education, history of children and youth, critical youth studies, gender and sexuality|
|Metcalfe, Amy||Science and Knowledge, Power and Organization, Imagery, Higher Education, Faculty, Internationalization, Campus Environments|
|Rocha Perkerwicz, Samuel||Philosophical Traditions in Education, philosophy of education|
|Ruitenberg, Claudia||Philosophical Traditions in Education, Educational Approaches, Social Impact of Artistic Education, Professional Ethics, Political Contexts, Political education; discourse and translation|
|Stack, Michelle||Adult Education and Continuing Education, Media and Society, Educational Context, university rankings, media education, Knowledge translation, student engagement, social justice and equity|
|Stein, Sharon Rebekah||[field_researcher_interest]|
|Taylor, Alison||Social Contexts, Political Contexts, Educational Context, Social Policies, Education, Knowledge and Skills|
|Wang, Fei||Education and Training Management, Leadership, Social Contract and Social Justice, Ideology and Social Policy, Educational administration and leadership, social justice and diversity, comparative policy studies, the role of the school principals|
|Webb, P. Taylor||Thought Schools (education), Education policy and social theory, Michel Foucault, Gilles Deleuze, Neoliberalism, Governmentality, Micropolitics, Biopolitics, Subjectivity|
|Wright, Handel||Transcultural Studies, Educational Approaches, (post)multiculturalism and multicultural education, Cultural Studies, Youth Studies, Critical Race Theory, identity, citizenship and belonging, Africana studies, postcolonialism and decolonization|
Link to article: http://theconversation.com/curious-kids-do-teachers-get-paid-when-they-go-on-strike-130158?utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Twitter#Echobox=1579648984 The post Dr. Charles Ungerleider in The Conversation’s Curious Kids series. appeared first on Department of Educational Studies.
Dr. Mona Gleason discusses the efforts of rural families to secure an education for their children in the period between the First and Second World Wars on Faculti. https://faculti.net/families-without-schools/ Also available on Spotify – search “Faculti.” The post New Podcast...
Please see the article here: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/07294360.2019.1666255 The post New publication – Truth before reconciliation: the difficulties of transforming higher education in settler colonial contexts appeared first on Department of Educational Studies.
An op-ed written by Dr. Jason Ellis (EDST), Dr. Lindsay Gibson (EDCP) and Mallory Davies about the Cecil Rhodes school renaming controversy in Vancouver. Learning from ‘Cecil Rhodes School’ and Vancouver’s imperfect past. Opinion: Learning from 'Cecil Rhodes School' and...
New Publication: THE (DE)COLONIAL PEDAGOGICAL POSSIBILITIES OF FILM AND FILM FESTIVALS (A TWO-PART SPECIAL ISSUE) This two-part Special Issue of Postcolonial Directions in Education (PDE), guest-edited by Sonia Medel and André Elias Mazawi, focuses on The (De)Colonial Pedagogical Possibilities of...