Recent Presentations



What could professional development look like in a digital age? Canada International Conference on Education, June 18, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON

Technology mediated professional learning. eLearn (World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education). October 10, Montreal, AC


How can online resources be used to address teachers’ concerns with face-to-face professional development? Global TIME: Global Online Conference on Technology, Innovation, Media & Education Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education. Feb. 22-24, 2011, online


Are our preservice teachers prepared to teach in a digital age? E-Learn 2009, Oct. 29, Vancouver, BC.


Connecting theory to practice in Teacher Education through videoconferencing. International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Conference. Oct. 17, Edmonton Alberta.

Using videoconferencing partnerships with schools to authenticate learning in teacher education coursework. SITE Conference, March 6, Las Vegas, Nevada, Co-presenter: Jenna Kelland.



The emerging field of teacher professional learning. Canadian Society for Studies in Education, June 2, Victoria, BC.


Technology-mediated professional learning: Reconceptualizing teacher professional development in a digital age. Canadian Society for Studies in Education, May 29, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON.


Learning to teach social studies using Web 2.0 tools: What works? Western Canadian Association for Student Teaching Conference. Victoria BC. co-presenters Brenda Dyck and Teddy Moline.


Bringing school-based practice into teacher education courses through videoconferencing: Lessons learned. CSSE Annual Conference, June 3, Vancouver, BC. Co-presenter: Jenna Kelland



Gibson, S. & Brooks, C. (Oct. 16, 2010). Teachers’ perspectives on the effectiveness of a locally planned professional development program for implementing new curriculum. ATA Scial studies Conference, Jasper, AB

Brooks, C. & Gibson, S. (Nov. 4, 2010). What makes effective professional development for implementing new curriculum?  College of Alberta School Superintendents (CASS) Research Symposium. Calgary, AB.


Creating university/school partnerships through videoconferencing. ATA Social Studies Conference, Oct. 16, Jasper, AB Co-Presenters: Donna Daniel, Fern Reirson, Suzanna Wong.


Diversity in the social studies curriculum: Lessons learned. ATA Social Studies Council Conference, October 15, Jasper, AB, co-presenter Roberta McKay.

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