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OERS 2016

Ontario Education Research Symposium 2016 Presentations
Below are plenary and workshop presentations from OERS 2016.
Plenary Sessions
  1. Learning, Networks and Expertise:  Capitalizing on New Approaches to Knowledge Mobilization in Education – Chris Brown
  2. Education for Social Innovation: A Partnership for Student Engagement Through Real-World Impact - TakingITGlobal
  3. Teachers' Learning and Leadership: Of, By and For Teachers - TLLP
  4. The Middle Years Strategy: An Asset Based Approach to Improve Well-Being for Ontario’s Middle Years - Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services
  5. The Connection Imperative: How Intelligent Compassion Promotes Well-Being and Excellence - Harry Stefanakis
  6. Walking the Path - George Couchie
  7. Connected North: Transforming Lives Through Technology - Willa Black
  8. Reflections from Chris Brown - Chris Brown
  9. Essential Features of Effective Networks in Education – Santiago Rincon-Gallardo (Paper)
Workshop A
  1. Promising Practices in Mathematics Learning and Teaching
  2. Sifting, Sorting and Selecting:  A Collaborative Inquiry on Alternatives to Streaming in the Toronto District School Board - Cancelled
  3. Integrating Data Across Sectors for Public Service Improvement in Ontario
  4. School Consolidation Experience Studies
  5. OISE Surveys of Educational Issues
  6. Development of Teacher Professionalism using a Web-Based Learning Platform
  7. How Can Education and Academic Partnerships Help us Understand Student Trajectories? Focus on Early Skills and STEM
  8. Partnerships in Student Pathways
  9. Les tâches d’évaluation diagnostiques systémiques en mathématiques au CSDCCS – un processus d’amélioration continu  (in French) 
Workshop B
  1. Creating Effective Policy and Resources to Serve Refugee Students
  2. Inspiring Your Child to Learn and Love Math – a tool kit for parents of elementary children
  3. Stress, stratégies d’adaptation et épuisement professionnel chez le personnel enseignant : implications pour la pratique / Educator Stress, Coping Strategies and Burnout: Implications for Practice (bilingual session) (Paper)
  4. More Adult Learners Achieving Excellence: Innovative Partnerships and Using Quantitative and Qualitative Data to Promote Pathways to College
  5. An Innovative and Integrative Approach to Addressing the Health and Well-being Needs of Inner-City Students:  A Partnership between Education and Health
  6. Paying Attention to Math and Well-being in Dufferin-Peel
  7. Innovation Makes a Difference, Measuring Impact Matters
  8. The Benefits and Challenges of a School-University Research Partnership: The CITE Collaborative Inquiry Community 
  9. From Silos to Systems: Building the Ontario Brain Institute’s Network of Partnership
Ontario Education Research Symposium 2016 Videos

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