Faculty Members Receive Stirling McDowell Foundation Research Grants

The Faculty of Education is pleased to announce that two of our faculty along with one alumna are recipients of Stirling McDowell Foundation Research Grants:

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Dr. Jennifer Tupper, Dean, Faculty of Education
Dr. Tana Mitchell
Dr. Tana Mitchell

Dr. Jennifer Tupper has received a Stirling McDowell Foundation research grant of $19,933. She and co-investigator Dr. Tana Mitchell, who is a teacher at Balfour and former graduate student and sessional instructor in our faculty, were successful in their grant application to support their project: High school teachers working towards reconciliation: Examining the teaching and learning of residential schools.

Dr. Pamela Osmond-Johnson
Dr. Pamela Osmond-Johnson

Dr. Pamela Osmond-Johnson has received a research grant of $9216 from the Stirling McDowell Foundation for her project Teachers Leading Teachers: The Saskatchewan Professional Development Unit’s Facilitator Community.  Her project will explore the SPDU’s facilitator community, a professional learning community of teachers who develop and lead professional learning opportunities for their peers.

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