EJC: GRADUATE STUDENT SUPERVISION

 

•Senior Supervisor (In Progress)

•Senior Supervisor (Completed, PhD)

•Senior Supervisor (Completed, MEd)

•Committee Member (Completed)

•Committee Member (In Progress)

•Cognate Member (Completed)

•Cognate Member (In Progress)

 

Senior Supervisor (In Progress)

Paul Lehmkuhl, BSc, BEd, MEd, is a PhD student in the Department of Curriculum Studies within College of Education at the University of Saskatchewan...

Ryan Banow (@rbanow), BSc, BEd, MEd, is a PhD student in the Department of Curriculum Studies within College of Education at the University of Saskatchewan. In addition to his studies, he is an Educational Development Specialist at the Gwenna Moss Centre for Teaching and Learning since 2012 and as a sessional instructor in the College of Education since 2014. Prior to 2012, he was a secondary school teacher of Mathematics and physics. He is currently the chair of University of Saskatchewan Instructional Design Group and was an executive member of the Saskatchewan Math Teachers’ Society from 2008-2013 (Vice-President, 2010-2012). He has offered invited workshops and presentations, including two extended workshop series in Beijing, China. He has a variety of research interests around the central theme of enhancing teaching and learning. Some of the research projects he has worked, presented, and published on include STEM education, educational technology, virtual reality (VR), flipped classrooms, learning analytics, social media, student response systems, undergraduate research as a teaching strategy, open educational resources, and supporting faculty in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL). He is currently most excited about exploring student metacognition, STEM education, and the use of VR in teaching and learning.

Senior supervisor (Completed, PhD)

Gale Russell, PhD (2016). Value Kinds of Knowledge and Ways of Knowing in Mathematics and the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics: A Worldview Analysis. Department of Curriculum Studies, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan.

Worthy of note, Gale declined the first two years (2012 and 2013) of her University of Saskatchewan Dean's Scholarship ($22000 per year for 2012, 2013 and 2014) because she was awarded a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Doctoral Fellowship for her research project entitled “Divergences between Aboriginal English and the English Mathematics Register” ($20000 per year for 2012 and 2013). She was also awarded the Dean’s Top-Up Scholarship for her SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship ($3000 in 2012). Similarly, Gale had to decline her 2014 SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellowship entitled “Grounding of the teaching and learning of mathematics in an Indigenous worldview” ($40500 for each of 2014 and 2015) because she was hired as a tenure track Assistant Professor, Mathematics Education at the University of Regina, July 2014.

Senior supervisor (Completed, MEd)

Jacqueline Johnson, M(ath)Ed cohort (2017). Department of Curriculum Studies, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan.

Lisa Eberharter, M(ath)Ed cohort (2017). Department of Curriculum Studies, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan.

Tamara Schwab, M(ath)Ed cohort (2017). Department of Curriculum Studies, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan.

Terry Johanson, M(ath)Ed cohort (2014). With Wonder: Leading a Mathematics Community. M(ath)Ed cohort, Department of Curriculum Studies, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan.

Randi-Lee Loshack, M(ath)Ed cohort (2014). Putting Theory into Practice Through the Lens of the Saskatchewan Grade 9 Curriculum. M(ath)Ed cohort, Department of Curriculum Studies, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan.

Leanne Lomax-Forden, M(ath) Ed cohort (2012). 
Connecting 
the 
classroom
 to 
First 
Nation’s culture:
 practical ethnomathematics education. The M(ath)Ed Cohort, Department of Curriculum Studies, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan.

Lindsay J. Shaw, M(ath)Ed Cohort (2012). Beyond the grade: an examination of why we grade and how to implement a grade-less program in a secondary mathematics classroom. The M(ath)Ed Cohort, Department of Curriculum Studies, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan.

Ronald Georget, MEd (2012). The M(ath)Ed Cohort, Department of Curriculum Studies, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan.

Brian Crawley, MEd (2010). Mathematics lessons using learner generated examples. Department of Curriculum Studies, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan.

Stephen Vincent, MEd (2010). Mathematics appreciation: connections in context. Department of Curriculum Studies, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan.

Committee Member (Completed)

Claire McTavish, MEd (2012). M(ath)Ed cohort, Department of Curriculum Studies, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan.

Committee Member (In Progress)

Alexandre Soares Cavalcante, PhD. Integrated Studies in Education, McGill University.

Cognate Member (Completed)

Jeff Solheim, PhD. (2017). Department of Educational Administration, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan.

Greg Malin, PhD. (2014) Department of Educational Administration, College of Education, University of Saskatchewan.

Anna Maslany, MSc (2013). Department of Psychology, College of Arts and Science, University of Saskatchewan.

Cognate Member (In Progress)

n/a, currently.