Entries by Carter Lovelace

Ducks on the Moon: The Musical

Burke’s (2010) one-woman play “Ducks on the Moon” (DOTM), a performative memoir, chronicled her journey from denial to acceptance to celebration of her son’s diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Songs were written and added; DOTM became a performative musical memoir. More than that, as a professor of Educational Psychology, Scott Anthony conducted an Arts-Based […]

Decolonizing Educational Relationships

For some time, scholars in settler colonial nations have been arguing for the need to decolonise education, for example, Mignolo in Argentina (2011), Smith in New Zealand (2012), Battiste in Canada (2013), Moreton-Robinson in Australia (2015) and Mbebe in South Africa (2016). Over a series of eight sessions hosted via digital technologies, university-wide faculty, staff […]

University of Regina

The Centre for Educational Research, Collaboration, & Development (CERCD), formerly known as the Saskatchewan Instructional Development and Research Unit (SIDRU), is the research unit based in the Faculty of Education, University of Regina. The Centre supports the growth and development of educational researchers and research communities in conducting educational research and development projects that are […]