Curriculum, Teaching and Learning (CTL)
Room 270, Education Building
Dr. Latika Raisinghani has comprehensive experience of supporting diverse students' learning, and of leading professional development of teachers, school leaders and faculty in Canada and internationally. Her interdisciplinary teaching and research focus on understanding nature of science, critical analysis of curriculum, instructional and assessment strategies, and engaging with multiple cultural ways of knowing to explore socially and ecologically-just, responsive pedagogies that may help invite (trans-multi) culturally responsive education as one way to respond to various dimensions of student diversity. Her recent research involves a knowledge mobilization study on culturally responsive school leadership, and education for decarbonized clean energy futures, and inclusivity.