Conference Presentations

 

CRYSTAL IN THE CLASSROOM

February 19, 2010, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba

 

Appropriate Mathematical Understanding for Effective Teaching

Ann Kajander, Lakehead University

 

MERN/CRYSTAL/IOA Research Forum

February 6, 2009, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Manitoba

 

Creating Interactive Animations for Teaching Science (Poster)

Trevor Bekolay, DonMetz, Stephen Klassen, Brian Martin, Peter Mahaffy, University of Manitoba

Developing an Action Plan to Foster Transfer of Learning

Inessa Rozina, Winnipeg School Division, Winnipeg, Manitoba

 

Digital Natives: How ITC-ready are our teacher candidates?

Michael Nantais & Glenn Cockerline, Brandon University

 

Environmental Educators' View on Teaching About, For, and In the Environment

Don Metz & Amanda Tetrault, University of Winnipeg, Barbara McMillan & Mona Maxwell, University of Manitoba

 

Forum on Science, Mathematics, Technology, Teaching and Learning

Mona Maxwell, University of Manitoba

 

Interpretation of Manitoba's Results from the Programme of International Student Assessment (PISA) 2006 Science Study

Ken Clark, Manitoba Education, Citizenship and Youth

 

Pe-Service Teacher Capacity in Mathematics: Research outcomes and program change

Ann Kajander, Carlos Zerpa & Jennifer Holm, Lakehead University

 

The Large Context Problem (LCP) Approach: An example of contextual teaching in physics

Art Stinner, University of Manitoba

Using a Collaboration Approach and "concerted cultivation" to Frame Community Level Risk and Protective Factors on a First Nation Reserve

Paul Betts, University of Winnipeg

 

National CRYSTAL Conference 2008

September 25-27, 2008, Sherbrooke, Quebec
National CRYSTAL Conference


"Combining the Views of Both Worlds: Science Education in Nunavut Piqusit Tamainik Katisngit"

Brian Lewthwaite & Barbara McMillan, University of Manitoba and Rebecca Hainnu, Quluaq School, Clyde River, Nunavut

 

"Créer des Liens entre Diverses Communautés Éducatives: Bien Préparer nos élèves à lire le monde"

Léonard P. Rivard, College universitaire de Saint-Boniface & Marianne Cormier, Universitaire de Moncton

"Pre-Service Elementary Teachers' Evolving Mathematical Understandings and Beliefs" Ann Kajander, Jennifer Holm & Carlos Zerpa, Lakehead University

 

"System D - Systems Thinking and Sustainability Education"

Gordon G.C. Robinson, University of Manitoba

 

"Towards a Tetrahedral Orientation in the Teaching and Learning of Chemistry"

Harvey Peltz, River East School Division and Brian Lewthwaite, University of Manitoba


Annual CRYSTAL Manitoba Meeting
February 8-9, 2008, University of Manitoba


"Do Teachers in Minority Francophone Schools Use Language-Based Activities in
the Science Classroom?"

Leonard Rivard and Annabel Levesque , College universitaire de Saint-Boniface

"Supporting the Professional Growth of Francophone Science Teachers: A Progress Report on Several Initiatives"

Leonard Rivard & Rodelyn Stoeber, College universitaire de

Saint-Boniface


"Students' Perceptions of themselves and Science: Implications for Instruction"

Shannon Gadbois & Nicole Haverstock, Brandon University

"People, Pendulums and Time"

Don Metz, University of Winnipeg

"Science and Sustainability"

Gordon Robinson, Amanda Freedman Tetrault & Mona BeaulacMaxwell University of Manitoba

"The Process of Developing a Technology-rich, yet Culturally-relevant Science Curriculum for Grades 9 & 10"

Tony Bartley & John Friesen, Lakehead University

"Fostering Conversations about Learning in High School Math"

Ralph Mason, University of Manitoba & Janelle McFeetors, River East Transcona School Division

"Can we Teach Science without Lecturing?

Warren Wessel, Peta White & Michael McCoy, University of Regina


"Improving Teaching and Learning in Grade 11 and 12 Chemistry: Progress Report"

Brian Lewthwaite, Phil Hultin, & Karen Smith, University of Manitoba and Harvey Peltz, River East Transcona School Division

"Combining the Views of Both Worlds: Science Education in Qikiqtani: Progress Report"

Brian Lewthwaite & Barbara McMillan, University of Manitoba

"Creating Science and Math Programs based on Community Suggestions"

Janet McVittie & Linda Dunkley, University of Saskatchewan Presented by Chary Rangacharyulu, University of Saskatchewan


"Science Ambassadors"

Chary Rangacharyulu, University of Saskatchewan


"The Construction and Analysis of a Science Story: A Proposed Methodology"

Stephen Klassen, University of Winnipeg


"The Development of Junior Intermediate Preservice Teachers' Mathematical Knowledge and Values"

Carlos Zerpa & Ann Kajander, Lakehead University

 

National CRYSTAL Conference 2007

September 27-29, 2007, University of Alberta


"Linking Communities to Enhance Learning Opportunities in Science for both Teachers and Students in Minority Language Schools"

Rodelyn Stoeber, College universitaire de Saint-Boniface

"Tertiary Institution Support Programs for Aboriginal Students: The Saskatchewan Scene"

Lee Wilson & Janet McVittie, University of Saskatchewan

"Risk and Protective Factors in Promoting Success in Science Education"

Gordon Robinson, University of Manitoba

"Transfer (?) from/through research in schools: An example"

Ralph Mason, University of Manitoba & Janelle McFeetors, River East Transcona School Division

"Improving the Teaching and Learning of Science (Grade 2 - University 2) using Units of Historical Presentation"

 

Stephen Klassen & Don Metz, University of Winnipeg and Barbara McMillan & Art Stinner, University of Manitoba

"Year 3 and Beyond: Necessary Transfers and Ongoing Committments"

John Murray, Manitoba Department of Education

"System B: The Individual Learner as Part of a Classroom and School Community"

Brian Lewthwaite, University of Manitoba

"Communicating our Research Activity: Canadian Journal of Mathematics, Science & Technology Education Volume 7(4)

Brian Lewthwaite, University of Manitoba

"We Are All Downstream: Teaching Middle Years Science from a Sustainability Perspective"

Amanda Freedman Tetrault, M.Ed. Candidate, University of Manitoba

"Sustainability-based Learning Resource to address "Uninteresting" and "Complex" Secondary Level Science"

Mona Beaulac Maxwell, M.Ed. Candidate, University of Manitoba