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researchED Ontario 2018

April 13 @ 5:30 pm - April 14 @ 5:30 pm

After last year’s fantastic conference in Toronto, researchED in Canada is thrilled to announce another day for anyone interested in making education as evidence-informed as possible, and empowering educators to make decisions for themselves. In conjunction with the OSSTF we are proud to bring you some of the brightest, most challenging and informed voices from Canada and around the world. We are proud and honoured to have Professor Daniel Willingham opening our day with a keynote.

On Friday, 5:45 pm to 9:00 pm: come and join us at our pre-conference evening, hosted by the founder of researchED, Tom Bennett, who will lead a thought provoking session on evidence informed behaviour management, followed by refreshments and an opportunity to socialise and meet fellow attendees and speakers.

Venue: Westin Toronto Airport Hotel

On Saturday, 9:30 am to 4:45 pm: a full day packed with fascinating speakers from all walks of education- researchers, academics, school leaders, and crucially, teachers. You pick the day that has the most appeal and impact on what you want to know.

Venue: Mississauga Secondary School

Prices: $65 full price, $40 concession, $90 with a donation

All refreshments included in ticket price.

We look forward to seeing you there!

KEYNOTE SPEAKER

Daniel Willingham, University of Virginia

 

Session: Teacher training in educational psychology

Confirmed speakers

Tom Bennett
Pedro de Bruyckere
Carl Hendrick
Martin Robinson
Eric Kalenze
Jo-Anne Gross
Vera Franjic
Paul Bennett
Erin Schryer
Dr. Anna Stokke
Michael Zwaagstra
Jim Christopher
Sachin Maharj
John Mighton
Andrew Campbell
Harvey Bischof
Nicky Jones-Stokreef & Todd Cunningham
Chan Kulatunga-Moruzi
Susan Hamm
Alison McAvella
Azadeh Shirzadi
Jana Leggett 
Sherry Raffalovitch
Lindsay Morcom
Nancy Young
Stephen Hurley
Ray Gowlett
Pierre-Jérôme Bergeron
Nicole Charron
Beth Greville-Giddings
Nicole Charron
Angela Nardozi
Eva Hartell

Lauren Quinn

Don Buchanan

Bondo Nyembwe

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Sessions

Tom Sherrington

Why is Barak Rosenshine's Principles of Instruction paper so good?

Daniel Willingham

Teacher training in educational psychology

Lindsay Morcom

Indigenous Language Immersion Education: Implications for School Success, Language Revitalization, and Reconciliation

Sherry Lewkowicz

The Writing Revolution

Jana Leggett & Sherry Raffalovitch

Increasing Student Achievement through Deep Vocabulary Instruction

Chan Kulatunga-Moruzi

Attempting a Hat Trick: The Art of Using the Science of Learning

Erin Schryer

Learning to Read with a Nerf Blaster

Susan Ham

Educational Practices for the Foundations of Literacy

Nicky Jones-Stokreef & Todd Cunningham

Advocacy and collaboration: advancing the goal of literacy for all

Anna Stokke

What makes a great math curriculum?

Nancy Young

Evidence-based Reading Instruction Kindergarten Through Grade 3 - Why Many "Balanced" Literacy Programs are Unbalanced

Stephen Hurley

Changing the Way Talk About Education

Harvey Bischof

What's the Union Doing Here?

Jo-Anne Gross

Testing and Analyzing a Struggling Reader /Speller to Remediate

Carl Hendrick

1. Six Things Every Teacher Needs to Know; 2. Becoming a Research Engaged School

Raymond Gowlett

Understanding and Leveraging the Gold Standard of the Cochrane Collaboration to Improve Pedagogy and Debunk Education Myths

Lauren Quinn

"It's Just Inappropriate:" The Normalization of Sexual Harassment in Ontario Schools as told through Teacher's Stories

Pierre-Jérôme Bergeron

The Numbers Don't Mean What You've Been Told They Mean: Data Storytelling Without Creating Fiction

Nicole Charron

Adventures in Science: Using Cognitive Science to Improve Student Learning

Azadeh Shirzadi

Making a STEMneutral future, today.

Angela Nardozi

Teacher Willingness and Readiness to take up Indigenous content in their teaching

Beth Greville-Giddings

Journal Club (with biscuits)

Martin Robinson

What Happens When a Curriculum is Not for Excellence?

Vera Franjic

How to use social media to drive your professional development

Eric Kalenze

'Finally! Curriculum Gets Its Moment! (...now let's not blow it.)

John Mighton

1. Extreme equality; 2. Problem solving for every student

Paul W. Bennett

Confronting BCEd Plan 2.0: What Students Need -- and Teachers Want-- is "Future-Proof Learning"

Donald Buchanan

Why is knowledge mobilization so hard?

Alison McAvella

General Education Teachers’ Strategies for Supporting Intermediate/Senior Students with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Andrew Campbell

Two sessions

Pedro De Bruyckere

The ingredients for great teaching

Eva Hartell

Comparative judgement

Jim Christopher

Universal Design for Learning: A Pathway to Inclusion

Bondo Nyembwe

Common Denominator: Quality Instruction leads to greater student performance

Sachin Maharaj

What is the Future of the Teaching Profession?

Tom Bennett

Behaviour lessons from the best UK schools

Michael Zwaagstra

Content Knowledge is the Key to Learning
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Start:
April 13 @ 5:30 pm
End:
April 14 @ 5:30 pm
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Venue

Westin Toronto Airport hotel
950 Dixon Rd
Toronto, ON M9W 5N4 Canada
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Details

Start:
April 13 @ 5:30 pm
End:
April 14 @ 5:30 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Westin Toronto Airport hotel
950 Dixon Rd
Toronto, ON M9W 5N4 Canada
+ Google Map