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Tuesday, April 26 • 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Supporting and leading from the inside-out: Negotiating fit between teacher identity, best practices, and schooling circumstance.

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This presentation follows from research into the identities of teachers and how these come to play out in practice. We will be reporting on research that looked at teacher's enacted solutions to the challenges of practice and how those reactions make sense in terms of the lives of teachers and the circumstances of schooling. Findings inform how leaders might imagine more individually suited invitations to teacher development.



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Lissa D'Amour

Lissa D'AmourAssistant Professor, Werklund School of Education, University of CalgaryLissa's research and theoretical know-how leans upon and builds from 25 years of K—12 teaching experience in Alberta. She focuses on learning from and about anxieties in educational systems and seeks to develop better ways of supporting teachers to support learners. 
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Jennifer Markides

Jennifer MarkidesDoctoral student, Werklund School of Education, University of Calgary.  Jennifer's research focuses on care in teaching.  Into her work in curriculum and learning, she brings the strength and insight of her Métis heritage, experience teaching abroad, and notable training and experience in Montessori methods.


Tuesday April 26, 2016 3:45pm - 4:45pm
Sir Edward Beatty