CSSE Conference 2018 University of Regina


The CSSE Annual Conference is held in conjunction with the Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences. This bilingual conference provides an opportunity for discussion of educational issues among practitioners and educational scholars from across the nation.

The University of Regina is predominately situated in Treaty 4 Territory with a presence in Treaty 6 Territory. Treaty 4 is the traditional territory of the Cree, Saulteaux, Nakota, Lakota and Dakota peoples, and is the homeland of the Métis people. As educators in these territories, it is our collective priority to ensure all learners gain a deeper understanding of our shared histories and contemporary relationships. Indigenization and reconciliation are our collective responsibilities. [source: http://www.uregina.ca/education/about-us/index.html]

 

PRESIDENT’S WELCOME

Dear CSSE delegates,

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the annual conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education, held in conjunction with the Congress for the Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Regina. CSSE formally acknowledges that University of Regina is located in the territories of the nêhiyawak, Anihšināpēk, and Dakota, Lakota, and Nakoda, and the homeland of the Métis. Today, these lands continue to be the shared territory of many diverse peoples from near and far. The nêhiyawak originally referred to Regina as oskana kā-asastēki which literally means “the place where bones are piled up.” This is why Regina’s nickname is “Pile O’Bones” and this is the origin of the name of the University’s current location in Wascana Park. I invite you to use this acknowledgment in all of your conference sessions, as a reminder that our conference is taking place on Indigenous lands. More: PRESIDENT’S WELCOME


DEAN’S WELCOME

As Acting Dean of the Faculty of Education, it is my pleasure to welcome you all to the
University of Regina for CSSE 2018! We are delighted to host educational researchers from across Canada for an exciting week of academic exchange. I would like to thank our conference organizers Wanneta Martin and Keith Adolph in their roles as Local Area Coordinators and as well as students, faculty, and staff who also volunteered their time. More: Dean’s Welcome

 

 

 


Conference Special Events

All CSSE delegates are invited to attend these conference-related events. Please confirm all dates, times, and locations in the conference app.

 

Throughout the conference: Spotlight Sessions

CSSE is proud to present this year’s Spotlight Sessions, which were selected for their broad appeal and are open to all CSSE delegates. Please check the conference app to confirm dates, times, and locations. More: CSSE Spotlight Sessions

 

 

 

May 26th 1:30 to 3:30 pm
Luther College (LC) Auditorium

Please join Queer Studies in Education and Culture (QSEC) for a celebration of 10 years of fYrefly in Saskatchewan. Dr. André Grace will join a panel of speakers from this province’s LGBTQ+ communities to speak of the progress and activism of the past decade that has moved gender and sexual diversity (GSD) in from the margins. More: Celebrating Ten Years of fYrefly in Saskatchewan

 

May 27th 9:00 am to 12:00 noon
Education Building 438

CERA is pleased to announce a workshop on Writing Persuasive Mixed Methods Research Proposals. Do you have a study idea but not sure how to write a persuasive mixed methods research proposal?  If so then this workshop is for you! No matter what your area of scholarship, all scholars and researchers in education can benefit from this workshop. Pre-registration required. More: CERA Workshop: Writing Persuasive Mixed Methods Research Proposals

 

May 27th 12:15
Education Building Room 314

CAEP presents the Dr. John Freeman Graduate Mentoring Lunch, for CAEP graduate students. More: Dr. John Freeman Graduate Mentoring Lunch

 

 

May 27th 12:15 to 4:30 pm
Education Building Room 193

The Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies (CACS) invites CSSE delegates, educators, and members of the public to attend the CACS Signature Event on Climate Change. More: CACS Signature Event: Climate Change

 

 

May 27th 1:30 pm
Education Building Room 210

Visioning Environmental & Sustainability Education in Teacher Education: Town Hall Session. Join ACDE as it considers developing a new Accord. More: VISIONING ENVIRONMENTAL AND SUSTAINABILITY EDUCATION IN TEACHER EDUCATION: TOWARD A NEW ACDE ACCORD

 

 

May 27th, 1:30 pm
Education Building Room 341

CASIE presents its keynote speaker, Dr. Chris Andersen, presenting Reconciliation Writ Statistical. More: CASIE Keynote: Reconciliation Writ Statistical

 

 

 

May 27th 4:30 pm
Education Auditorium

CSSE presents Dr. Marie Battiste, who will deliver this year’s Plenary Lecture, Decolonizing and Indigenizing the Academy: Achieving Cognitive Justice. All CSSE delegates are invited to attend. More: CSSE 2018 Plenary Session

 

 

May 27th 6:00 pm
Rotunda, Innovation Place, University of Regina

The Canadian Society for the Study of Education and the Association of Canadian Deans of Education are proud to host the annual Awards Ceremony and Reception. More: CSSE and ACDE Awards Ceremony and Reception

 

 

May 28th 9:45 am
Riddell Centre 128

All CSSE delegates are encouraged to attend the CCGSE Roundtable and Poster Session in the Riddell Centre Multipurpose Room. Come meet the next generation of educational scholars! Light refreshments will be served. More: CCGSE Roundtable and Poster Session

 

 

May 28th 1:30 pm
Education Auditorium

The Association of Canadian Deans of Education (ACDE) invites all CSSE delegates to attend the inaugural Sherman Lecture with University of Regina President Dr. Vianne Timmons. More: Launching the Accord on Teacher Education: ACDE Presents the Inaugural Sherman Lecture

 

 

May 28th, 1:30 pm
Education Building Room 311

Early career scholars and graduate students: please join SSHRC Program Officer Stephen Brown for an update on recent developments at SSHRC. More: SSHRC Update

 

 

May 28th, 3:00 pm
Education Building 314

Join ACDE and CASEA for an informal networking session for senior administrators. More: Networking Session for Senior Administrators

 

 

May 29th 11:15 am
Education Auditorium

The Canadian Journal of Education hosts a Showcase of Educational Research, featuring Canada Research Chairs in Education. More: Showcase of Educational Research: CJE presents the Canada Research Chairs in Education

 

 

May 29th 12:15 pm
Education Auditorium

The CSSE Board of Directors encourages all CSSE members to attend the CSSE AGM and Lunch. This is your chance to have a say in how your society operates! More: CSSE Annual General Meeting

 

 

May 29th 4:30 pm
Education Building Room 621

CIESC presents Gathering Diversities: Graduate Students’ Framings of Comparative and International Education. More: Gathering Diversities: Graduate Students’ Framings of Comparative and International Education

 

 

May 30th 11:15
Education Building Room 314

CATE presents a Graduate Student Panel Pathways & Possibilities: Navigating Potential Career Paths in Teacher Education, with panellists Drs. Mark Aquash, Leyton Schnellert, and Timothy Sibbald. More: CATE Graduate Student Panel: Pathways and Possibilities

 


Conference


REGISTRATION


The final PDF version of the CSSE 2018 conference program is now available! PROGRAMME HERE

This PDF version will not be updated as of 28 March 2018.

The app version is now available: Please scan the barcode with your smart device to access the 2018 conference app.


Web version of App


Call for presentations CLOSED – Thank you to all who made a submission!

Notifications to submitters during the week of 12 February 2018 (tentative)


Five Great Reasons to attend Congress 2018 in Regina Link


Congress 2018 Graduate Student Travel Awards offered by the University of Regina
Link


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