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BÉLANGER, Nathalie »


Nathalie Bélanger

Full professor
Faculty of Education

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Office: 613-562-5800 4159
Cell: 819-918-0507
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Education politics, School and society, Role of children at school and in society, French schools, Minority of the French language, Vulnerable students, Troubled students, Diversity in schools, Competition and collaboration between schools, Education system, Inclusive education  

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BOURDAGES, Johanne »


PhD, Associate Vice-President, Academic
Full professor
Faculty of Education

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Office: 613-562-5957
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Didactique du français langue seconde, formation des enseignants de français langue seconde.

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BROWN, Adam Oliver »


Adam Oliver Brown

Science Lecturer
Assistant professor
Faculty of Science
Biology

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Office: 613-562-5800 (6308)
Cell: 613-558-2326
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I am an ecologist with an expertise in science communication to the general public, the public understanding of science, the scholarship of teaching and learning Science, as well as working to develop effective teaching techniques and technologies to help students learn Biology at the undergraduate level of University. I have also been involved in the production, scripting and hosting of TV and radio shows and documentaries (CBC The Nature of Things, TVOkids Finding Stuff Out & The Prime Radicals).

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FLYNN, Alison »


Associate professor
Faculty of Science
Chemistry

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Office: 6135625800 ext 6342
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Alison Flynn is an Associate Professor in the Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences at the University of Ottawa. Her research lies in two main areas related to education: learning in chemistry/science and how students develop their learning skills in any discipline (mindsets, metacognition, goal-setting, resilience, self-regulated learning, and mindfulness). Her work includes developing open-access online learning tools and flipped and blended course structures to support student learning, especially in large classes. Her research group studies student learning in organic chemistry (FlynnResearchGroup.com). As uOttawa’s 2016 Chair in University Teaching, she developed and evaluated the Growth & Goals module. This module can be integrated in courses in any discipline and level, or stand alone. Her group studies the impact for this module for students. She was recently accepted into the 3M National Teaching Fellowship, Canada’s highest recognition for excellence in education at the post-secondary level. At the provincial level, she is a Director on eCampusOntario’s Board; this organization brings together all the provinces universities and colleges to foster technology-enabled innovation, research, and excellence on behalf of students. At the National level, she is helping to build Canada’s strength in Chemistry Education Research (ChemEdCanada.com), and is the Canadian Society for Chemistry’s Director of Accreditation. Internationally, she is part of an IUPAC-funded international team that is exploring learning outcomes focused on systems thinking in chemistry. She is also a member of the Global Young Academy and co-leads the GYA’s Science Advice Working Group. In all her work, she is committed to helping students succeed in their chosen careers and goals.

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LAGUË, Claude »


Dean
Full professor
Faculty of Engineering

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Office: 613-562-5800 (6175)
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Academic leadership Engineering education Engineering of agricultural machinery systems Environmental impacts of agricultural activities and operations

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LEVESQUE, Stephane G. »


Stephane G. Levesque

Dr.
Associate professor
Faculty of Education

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4082)
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  • Développement de la pensée historique chez les élèves.
  • Utilisation des technologies (TIC) en éducation historique.
  • Formation citoyenne et identitaire.
  • Histoire de l'éducation et des francophones.
  • Mise en réseau de l'enseignement de l'histoire canadienne (thenhier.ca).
  • Enseignement de l'histoire et des études sociales.
  • Didactique de l'histoire.
  • Éducation à la citoyenneté.
  • Programmes d'études et curriculum

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MACDONALD, Colla J. »


Full professor
Faculty of Education

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4110)
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I run a research laboratory in Flexible Delivery and Transformative Pedagogies on various aspects of innovative teaching and learning strategies including emerging technologies such as simulators, avatars, artificial intelligence, digital storytelling and mobile learning. This “team” collaborates with her developing creative, practical, efficient methods to address everyday educational problems.

I designed and published three learning models (the Partnership Model, 1998; The Demand Driven Learning Model (DDLM), 2001; and the W(e)Learn Framework, 2009). A few of my recent projects in professional development and training include (a) developing, delivering and evaluating the worlds first online physician wellness program (b) an online workplace health program for health providers; and (c) a face-to-face program for healthcare teams across Ontario. Two promotional articles written about these project can be seen at here and here.

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MERKLEY, Paul »


Full professor
Faculty of Arts
Music

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Office: 613-562-5800 (3817)
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My research is in the fields of early music (medieval and renaissance music), and film music and new media, I also have experience in quality assurance for academic programs.

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English and French , Italian; German

NG-A-FOOK, Nicholas »


Director of Teacher Education
Associate professor
Faculty of Education

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Office: 613-562-5800 (2239)
Cell: 613-866-1203
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Dr. Ng-A-Fook is the Director of the Teacher Education program at the University of Ottawa. He is the President-elect of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), the largest professional association for educational research in Canada. His main areas of expertise are the following: curriculum studies; educational policy reform and implementation; Indigenous and non-Indigenous relations within the contexts of public education and educational mandates of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission; life history research; community-university research partnerships; social innovation; and brokering knowledge mobilization.

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REIS, Giuliano »


Associate professor
Faculty of Education

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4497)
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My research interests include science and environmental education in diverse learning settings, science and the environment in the media, public understanding of science, teacher education, qualitative research and discourse analysis.

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English and French , Portuguese

TURNBULL, Jeffrey »


Jeffrey Turnbull

Chief of Staff/Médecin-Chef
Full professor
Faculty of Medicine

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Office: 613-737-8459
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Poverty and health. I have worked in SE Asia (Bangladesh) in settings of poverty and in Eastern Africa.

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WESTHEIMER, Joel »


Joel Westheimer

University Research Chair
Full professor
Faculty of Education

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Office: 613-562-5800 (4161)
Cell: Contact Media team
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Relationship of schooling to society, social norms; education and democracy; teachers' workplace environment; civic education; service learning; politics and education; youth civic engagement and activism; different philosophies of education; testing, standards, and "accountability''.

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ZHANG, Sheri »


Coordinator

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Office: 613-562-5800 (3)
Cell: 613-720-2394
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My teaching and research work at universities in North America, Japan and China are linked to Canada's international education.

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