Entries by Carter Lovelace

Event Videos: CERCD Lunch and Learn: Telling Your Research Story

Telling your research story: Getting your research story out there This video, recorded January 26, 2022, is part of a lunch and learn series hosted by the Centre for Educational Research, Collaboration and Development (CERCD) in the University of Regina’s Faculty of Education and facilitated by communication experts in University Advancement and Communications (UAC) at […]

Continual Professional Learning and Currency of Practice Framework for Registered Teachers

This project investigates the continual professional learning and currency of practice for registered teachers in the province of Saskatchewan. The project goal is to collect data that can lead to the creation of a framework for continual professional learning and currency of practice for registered teachers in Saskatchewan. The research plan includes a jurisdictional scan […]

COVID‐19 and Pre‐Service Teacher Preparedness: Experiences from the Field

Building off of an earlier project, wherein pre-service teachers were surveyed about their experiences in the field during COVID-19, this study examines how prepared interns were for the K-12 classroom by teacher education programming, and the effectiveness of the new faculty advising model in providing support during the field experience. The project consists of surveys […]

Authentic Assessment Policies in Saskatchewan: A Document Analysis

Building off of an initial project, wherein school superintendents, the STF and the Ministry were interviewed about provincial and division-specific assessment policies, this project will consists of a document-analysis of twenty-seven division-specific assessment policies in Saskatchewan. This study aims to better understand the current state of assessment policy in the province through the lens of […]

Reimagining Science Education in times of precarity and sorrow

The purpose of this grant is to support open-access publishing the edited collection Reimagining Science Education in the Anthropocene Volume 2. This volume continues the critical project started in Volume 1 by expanding what pressing ecological, spiritual, and socially engaged pedagogies ‘belong’ in science education. The volume is being published by Palgrave Macmillian and you […]

Culturally Responsive Leadership: Pathways Toward Empowering School Culture

With the goal to support K-12 school leaders’ culturally responsive leadership practice, we organized a professional development workshop series with a research component in May/June 2021. Six school principals/leaders from two school divisions in Regina participated in the workshop series and five also participated in the research study. The participants acknowledged that the workshop created […]