KMb Engagements

Keynote Engagements

  1. Unsettling Teacher Education: A “Professional” Inquiry. UBC Faculty of Education Teacher Education Orientation. UBC, Vancouver, Canada. (September, 2021).
  2. Shaping Futures: A Public Service Positioned to Strengthen Canada’s Recovery. IPAC 73rd annual National Conference. Ottawa, Ontario: Virtual (August, 2021).
  3. A Hakka Reconceptualization of Canadian Citizenship: Re/Storing One’s Life History. Toronto Hakka Conference. Online, hosted by York University, Toronto, Canada (July, 2021).
  4. Teacher Education in Tumultuous Times. Multimedia presentation for the Canadian Association of Teacher Education Annual Meeting at Canadian Society for the Study of Education annual conference. Online, hosted by University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada (May, 2021).
  5. Reconstructing Canadian Curriculum Studies: Life Writing, Settler Colonialism, and Reconciliation. Curriculum Studies in Canada: Intellectual Histories, Present Circumstances, and Future Prospects Seminar Series. UBC, Vancouver, Canada (September, 2020).
  6. Reconciling Pedagogies: Accounts from Places Across Canada. UBC, Kelowna, Canada (February, 2020).
  7. Dismantling the Barriers to Education. Keynote panel at Faculty of Education Summer Institute. York University, Toronto, Canada (August, 2019).
  8. Superdiversity, Equity, and Responsibilities of Teacher Educators and Teachers. Keynote address at Supporting Teachers to Work with Culturally, Linguistically, and Racially Diverse Students, Families, and Communities: A Two-Day International Symposium at UBC, Vancouver, Canada (May, 2019).
  9. Reconceptualizing Teacher Education: Truth, Reconciliation, and Equity. Multimedia presentation at Laurentian University, Sudbury, Canada (March, 2019).
  10. Addressing Truth and Reconciliation with Teacher Education. Multimedia presentation at the Association for Canadian Studies annual conference. Toronto, Canada (November, 2018).
  11.  Living A Curriculum of Hyph-E-Nations: Autobiographical Research, Social Networking, and Difference. Multimedia presentation at Central China Normal University. Wuhan, China (November, 2017).
  12. Reconceptualizing Teacher Education at the University of Ottawa. Multimedia presentation at Central China Normal University. Wuhan, China (November, 2017).
  13. Reconceptualizing Teacher Education in Ontario: Curriculum, Ethical Engagement, and Reconcilia(c)tion. Multimedia presentation at the 3rd European Conference on Curriculum Studies. Stirling, Scotland, UK (June, 2017).
  14. Changing Perspectives: Sharing Indigenous Research with the Classroom and the Public. Multimedia presentation at the Association for Canadian Studies annual conference. Winnipeg, Canada (October, 2016).
  15. Community, Cosmopolitanism and Creativity: On the Mobility of Shared Time and Curricular Conversation. Canadian Association of Curriculum Studies Annual Conference, Calgary, Canada (May, 2016) (Invited keynote for CACS Presidential Panel Series).
  16. Becoming Inter-National: History Education, Autobiography, and Historical Subjectivities. Paper Presentation at the Professors of Curriculum Annual General Assembly, Washington DC, US (April, 2016)
  17. Developing A Global Perspective. Multimedia Presentation at the North American Association of Environmental Education Annual Research Symposium, Convention Centre, Ottawa, Canada (October, 2014).
  18. Living a Curriculum of Hyph-e-nations: Autobiography, Social Networking, and Difference. Multimedia workshop presented at the Rosa Bruno-Jofré Symposium in Education, Queens University, Kingston, Canada (Februry, 2015).
  19. Juxtaposing Macro and Micro Contexts within Educational Research: Curriculum Theory, Life Writing, and Alternative Perspectives. Multimedia workshop presented at the Rosa Bruno-Jofré Symposium in Education, Queens University, Kingston, Canada (Februry, 2015).
  20. What is Curriculum Inquiry? Paper Presentation at Curriculum Inquiry Research Group Launch Event. Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada (September, 2014).
  21. Curriculum Review Plenary Panel. Multimedia Presentation at the Ministry of Education Curriculum Forum Day, University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada (May, 2014).
  22. Who is afraid of teacher activists?: A Step in Front of our Children. Multimedia presentation at the Education Excellence Lecture Series, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada (September, 2013). 
  23. Provoking the very “idea” of Canadian Curriculum Studies in China: Autobiography, Intellectual Topographies, and Teacher Development”, 2nd International Conference on the Reform of Curriculum & Teaching and Teacher Development, Hangzhou Normal University, Hangzhou, China (March, 2013).

Media Engagements

  1. Interviewed by Stephen Hurley for Hurley in the Morning. Celebrating French Canadian Language and Culture. (Ottawa, March 3, 2021). 
  2. Interviewed by Stephen Hurley for Hurley in the Morning. Indigenizing Education. (Ottawa, February 25, 2021).
  3. Interviewed by Stephen Hurley for Hurley in the Morning. Social Action Curriculum and Student Identity. (Ottawa, February 18, 2021).
  4. Interviewed by Stephen Hurley for Hurley in the Morning. The Power and Beauty of Oral Storytelling. (Ottawa, February 4, 2021).
  5. Interviewed by Stephen Hurley for Hurley in the Morning. Project of Heart. (Ottawa, January 28, 2021).
  6. Interviewed by Stephen Hurley for Hurley in the Morning. So much in a name. (Ottawa, January 21, 2021).
  7. Interviewed by Stephen Hurley for Hurley in the Morning. A Curriculum of Place. (Ottawa, January 21, 2021).
  8. Interviewed by Stephen Hurley for Hurley in the Morning. Academicky Stuff. (Ottawa, January 21, 2021).
  9. Interviewed by Helene Jouane for Tribune de Genève. Un pas vers la réconciliation avec les peuples autochtones. (Ottawa, September 23, 2020).
  10. Interviewed by Martine Laberge for Radio Canada. Désignation des pensionnats autochtones, quel impact? (Ottawa, September 7, 2020).
  11. Interviewed by Amélie Gosselin for Radio Canada. Désignation de sites de mémoire des pensionnats autochtones. (Ottawa, September 7, 2020).
  12. Interviewed by Stefan Keyes for Ottawa CTV. Returning back to school during 2020 Pandemic. (Ottawa, August 22, 2020).
  13. Interviewed by Christina Succi for Ottawa CTV. Returning back to school during 2020 Pandemic. (Ottawa, August 22, 2020).
  14. Interviewed by Jacquie Miller for Ottawa Citizen. Will Ontario students head back to smaller classes with physical distancing rules? (Ottawa, June 10, 2020).
  15. Interviewed by Nicole Thompson for Canadian Press. TDSB to Remove “Chief” from job titles out of Respect for Indigenous Peoples. (Ottawa, October 23, 2017).
  16. Interviewed by Yvonne Robertson for Research Matters. Teaching future teachers about the legacy of residential schools. (Ottawa, retrieved from http://yourontarioresearch.ca/2017/06/teaching-future-teachers-legacy-residential-schools/ on June 21, 2017).
  17. Interviewed by Michelle Hibler for Tabaret Gazette. Joining Forces for the Best Education. (Ottawa, June 16, 2016).
  18. Interviewed by Kyle Darbyson for The FulcrumE-Learning Reloaded. (Ottawa, April 1, 2016).
  19. Interviewed by Laura Eagleson for University of Ottawa Research PerspectivesTruth and Reconciliation in the Classroom. (Ottawa, April 1, 2016).
  20. Interviewed by Dennis Calnan for The Hill TimesCanada Has A Long Way to Go on International Education Says Experts. (Ottawa, October 12, 2015).
  21. Interviewed by Dennis Calnan for The Hill TimesOntario’s new health and sex education curriculum an election issue in some ridings. (Ottawa, October 12, 2015).
  22. Interviewed by Oliver Sachgau for The Globe and Mail. Canada’s education system failing aboriginal students. (Ottawa, September 10, 2015).
  23. Interviewed by Marie-Lou St-Onge for Radio-Canada. Engagement Trudeau: éducation autochtone. (Ottawa-Gatineau, August 17, 2015).
  24. Interviewed by Andréanne Baribeau for Radio-Canada. Engagement Trudeau: éducation autochtone. (Windsor, August 17, 2015).
  25. Interviewed by David Chabot for Radio-Canada. Engagement Trudeau: éducation autochtone. (Abitibi, August 17, 2015).
  26. Interviewed by Evelyne Charuest for Radio-Canada. Engagement Trudeau: éducation autochtone. (Vancouver, August 17, 2015).
  27. Interviewed by Rudy Desjardins for Radio-Canada. Engagement Trudeau: éducation autochtone. (Edmonton, August 17, 2015).
  28. Interviewed by François Dubé for Radio-Canada. Engagement Trudeau: éducation autochtone. (Regina, August 17, 2015).
  29. Interviewed by Diyyinah Jamora for TABARET article titled Algonquin Exchange. (June 24, 2015).
  30. Interviewed by CTV News Power and Play for special segment titled Pro-Obama high school trip cancelled. (April 10, 2013).
  31. Interviewed by Cynthia Reynolds for a McLean’s Magazine Cover Story titled Why are schools brainwashing our children? (April 10, 2013).