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Manitoba Teacher Research Collective

c/o 1G03B Graham Hall

Faculty of Education

University of Winnipeg

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Winnipeg, MB    

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SPRING 2019 FORUM ARCHIVES: 

Opening Address by Dr. Lloyd Kornelsen, University of Winnipeg 

 

Will Burton

Integrated learning In senior years: Perspectives and possibilities 

Seven Oaks School Division

 

Sandeep Bagri

Inner City Science Centre

Winnipeg School Division

 

 

Aaron Benarroch

Larissa Chubenko

Amie Johnston 

Jeannie Kerr

Brittany Klein

Jaclyn Rivard 

Sheri-Lynn Skwarchuk 

Lea Soenen

Dan Szymanski

Ira Udow 

Evelyn Clarke Yanofsky

Inner city practicum preparation: Mentoring teaching candidates

 

 

Advice for faculty supervisors working within an inner city context by Ira Udow

Winnipeg School Division 

University of Winnipeg 

 

Tim Beyak

Disentangling ideas

Louis Riel School Division

 

Ashley Cook 

Quality learning in the first ten minutes of Math class

Prairie Rose School Division

 

Steve Erickson 

Melodie Ramos

Towards a math classroom that is a community of learners/ community of discourse

 

Winnipeg School Division

 

Dawn Glenday

Joanne Fraser

Matthew Nikkel

What's a thinking classroom in high school mathematics?

 

Seine River School Division

 

 

Kevin Lopuck 

Courageous conversations 

Lord Selkirk School Division

 

John Thompson

 Land acknowledgement: Now what?

 River East Transcona School Division

 

 PDF VERSION of SPRING FORUM 2019 PROGRAM

 

Thank you to The Manitoba Teachers’ Society and the University of Winnipeg for

their support provided to our mbtrc spring 2019 forum! 

 

 

 

AND...

FROM OUR SPRING 2018 FORUM ARCHIVES ...

 

 

"The dynamics of the insider view and the co-construction of knowledge and curriculum are two very important elements of the research methodology that have characterized my experiences as a practitioner. These dynamics have greatly influenced my professional practices, my own classroom inquiry, my preparation as a teacher, my professional development, and the professional development and service work within educational communities of which I have been a member."

- Tim Beyak, mbtrc spring 2018 forum

 

 

TIMOTHY BEYAK'S KEYNOTE ADDRESS

 

Find mbtrc spring 2018 forum session titles and presenter names in the program below:

                                           

PDF VERSION OF SPRING 2018 FORUM PROGRAM