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Online reading : A significant challenge for French-speaking students in Northern Ontario

Online reading : A significant challenge for French-speaking students in Northern Ontario

Case study analysed and written by Alison Cattani, Research Assistant and Graduate Student in the Faculty of Education, University of Ottawa Résumé This case study features the important insights of one grade 5 teacher from Northern Ontario who teaches in a French-language public school. Although  she considers the level of her class in digital literacies to be satisfactory overall, she points to the urgent need for instruction and activities that support her students’ online reading skill development. At the age…

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Research Presentation: Digital Research Methods

Research Presentation: Digital Research Methods

Part of the Lunch and Learn series coordinated by the office of the Vice-Dean Research at the Faculty of Education at the University of Ottawa, our research team is thrilled to share this presentation focused on the research methods that we have used to recruit participants, gather and organize data, and disseminate our findings. We thank our research assistant, Heather Woods, for designing the slides on behalf of the research team. As a bilingual research team conducting research online and…

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Registration

Registration

If you are a Grade 4, 5 or 6 teacher in Ontario, we invite you to participate in our research “Exploring the Digital Lives of Youth: Creating Conditions for Digital Equity in Ontario”. Participation involves an interview by videoconference that lasts approximately 45 minutes. Every participant receives a $50 Amazon.ca GiftCard as a thank you for participating in the study. If you’re interested, register by filling out our registration form. Once registered, a member of our research team will be…

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