Concurrent sessions (AM)

Saturday, September 17, 2022
Emera Innovation Exchange Centre
Signal Hill Campus, Memorial University
St. John’s, NL
[Location and Parking Information]

Concurrent sessions are 30 minutes in duration with a 5 minute break time scheduled between them. Please note that conference delegates can move to a different room during the 5 minute breaks to attend sessions of their choosing.

  • Conference Rooms 2007A, 2007, and 2007B are located on the main floor.
  • Conference Rooms B1003 and B1004 are located on the lower floor.
10:50am-11:20am (A1) Yarns, Yaffles and Yearnings!  Connections between Story, Arts-based Research and Two Newfoundlanders  
Dennis Barrow, PhD (ABD) & Doug Gosse, PhD
(B1) Educational Policy Trajectories in NL: A 25 Year Retrospective 
Dr. Joelle Rodway, Dr. Gerald Galway & Dr. Christine Arnold
(C1) Ocean Education and Place Based Learning 
Patrick Wells
(D1) Aspects of Formal and Informal Education in One Rural Community in Newfoundland and Labrador 
Barbara Gilbert Mulcahy, PhD & Dennis Mulcahy, PhD
(E1) Action Research in Mathematics/STEM Education
Dr. Mary Stordy and Graduates of the STEM Program
11:25am-11:55am (A2) Fostering Critical Hope in Educational Practices  
Catherine Fitzgerald
(B2) Policy, Practice, People, and Place: Introducing the NETLab 
Dr. Joelle Rodway and Research Group Members 
(C2) Math-Science Special Interest Council: 2014-Present 
Yvonne Dawe 
(D2) Teaching out of Bounds: How Probationary Summer School Helped Staff Schools 1940 - 1969 
Marie-Beth Wright 
(E2) Community Field Experience in the STEM Program 
Dr. Mary Stordy & Ms. Susan Ryan, STEM Graduates, Community Partner 
12:00pm-12:30pm (A3) Student Voice: A Journey to Inform and Transform Schools  
Katrina Moores & Sherra-Lee Robinson
(B3) No session scheduled   (C3) Being Brilliant: Brilliant Labs Experience in NL  
John Barron & Wylie Butler 
(D3) The Centre for Distance Learning and Innovation (CDLI): The Early Years 
Maurice Barry & Jim Tuff  
(E3) Increased Collaboration in Teacher Preparation: The Unique University-School Partnership in STEM Program
Dr. Mary Stordy and Panel