The College of Education at the University of Saskatchewan will be holding an Open House and Mini Conference on March 14 from 9:00 am to noon. As part of the conference (we think it’s the best part by far) our M.Ed. Students will be presenting their final projects. It’s a great day — full of marvelous work and celebration. Join us in person if you can, or by Ustream (I’ll announce the location later). We will be streaming from at least one, and hopefully multiple rooms.
Brenda Kalyn: Enacting curriculum: Partnerships in education.
Lisa Braun: Project Healthy START: College student voices promoting active choices.
Kristi Nelson: TBA
Moderator: Dr. Angela Ward
Vince Anderson: Enlisting the social and ecological justice students’ ingenuity and creativity in re-forming their world view: An heuristic investigation.
Linda Dunkley: Teaching environmental education in Saskatoon.
Jordan Epp: Out Your Front Door: A youth-led community development experience.
Moderator: Dr. Janet McVittie
Shaun Loeppky: Web 2.0 tools in a blended learning environment.
Cindy Seibel: K – 12 parent portal: An implementation guide.
Xing Xu: Adapting to university studies in Canada: Self-directed learning modules for students at the University of Saskatchewan Language Centre.
Moderator: Dr. Richard Schwier
Hong (Ellen) Du: English reading on the Web, collaborative interaction in Second Life: A multimedia supplementary with knowledge of early childhood education for traditional second language instruction.
Clint Reddekopp: Emerging technologies: A prototype for open identity learning.
Constance MacKenzie: An Interactive Computer Simulation Emulating Participation in Provincial Government
Moderator: Dr. Len Proctor
Peggy Jubien: Mobile technology in post-secondary education: A proposal for an online resource.
Arcadio Viveros Guzman: Online communication tool for sustainable forest management networking.
David Trottier: An online toolset dedicated to genealogical discovery.
Moderator: Dr. Edwin Ralph