Our Curriculum Theory Project research team is currently leading and collaborating on several different international, national, and provincially funded research grants. Our team seeks to support each other individually and collectively toward creating a caring, supportive, and sustainable teaching and research ecosystem. Several of our current research projects are in collaboration with different First Nations, Inuit, and Métis communities, NGOs, school boards, principals, teachers, families, youth, and children. Our team members’ research also focuses on issues such as but not limited to: Black and Indigenous Excellence, anti-racisms and anti-racist education, curriculum studies, life writing research methodologies (Oral History, Narrative Inquiry, Critical Ethnography, Autobiography, etc.), transnational migration, immigrant and refugees, settler colonialism, teacher education, higher education leadership, systemic inequities, digital citizenships, emergent technologies, culturally relevant, responsive, and relational pedagogies, ethical relationality, and so much more.

Dr. Nicholas Ng-A-Fook is the Principle Investigator of the Curriculum Theory Project research team. To learn more about the research team members, please click here.