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The mission of the Department is to play a leading role in the development of education for the 21st century locally, nationally, and internationally by: generating, applying, integrating, and transforming knowledge in order to improve the understanding and practice of curriculum, teaching and learning; providing intellectually rigorous and practically relevant programs for teachers, educational leaders, and researchers throughout their careers; informing and engaging in the development of justifiable educational policies; and ensuring that the above scholarly priorities in research, program innovation, and policy development occur within a framework of excellence, equity, and community.

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Language and Identity: Bilingual Code-switching in Spanish-English Interviews

Investigating Teacher Learning During a Video Club in a Secondary School Mathematics Department

Programs of Choice: Successes and Challenges

Racialized Embodiment: Subject Formation and Ethics of the Self of Asian Canadian Teacher Candidates

Evaluating the Effectiveness of a Tier 2 Vocabulary Intervention on the Writing and Spelling of Elementary Students with Dyslexia: A Formative Case Study


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