Learning with the Land and Understanding the Soil Toward Refugee Integration and Diversity (SSHRC Partnership Development Grant, 2022-current, PI)
Project Website: https://www.soilcamp.ca/
This project is in partnership with our community partners (Biogeoscience Institute/University of Calgary, CCIS, Mount Royal University, TELUS Spark Science Center, The Immigrant Education Society, YYC Growers and Distributors) and has developed around our common vision: 1) to design and study land-based learning opportunities for refugee children and youth, 2) to deepen teacher candidates’ understanding of the soil, ecosystem and biodiversity, and 3) to advocate for socio-environmental justice and (bio)diversity on a public regenerative farm together with children and youth.
More about the this project in my Blog
More about the Core Team!
Creating Public Methodologies for Reimagining Histories: Toward Justice and a Transformative View of the Possible in Education (Spencer Foundation, 2023-2024, Co-PI)
- Through this grant, we reconceptualize methodologies in educational research toward anti-colonialism and racial equity. We cultivate the collective of researchers, artists, and educators to advance transformative views of the possible in educational justice.
Principal Investigators: Dr. Arshad Ali (George Washington University), Dr. Natalie Davis (Georgia State University), Dr. Miwa A. Takeuchi (University of Calgary)
Collaborators: Dr. Lucy Avraamidou (University of Groningen), Dr. Ananda Marin (University of California Los Angeles), Dr. Isabel Martins (University of Rio de Janeiro), Dr. Thomas Philip (University of California Berkeley), Dr. Shirin Vossoughi (Northwestern University)
Video recording from our ISLS 2022 Panel is available here (our published proceedings paper below).
Envisioning Inclusive Mathematics Education with Digital Illustrated Stories (SSHRC Insight Grant, 2020-current, PI)
- This project will demonstrate how digital illustrated stories can unveil traditionally unseen mathematics knowledge and history and how these stories can serve as a catalyst to envision open and inclusive spaces and practices in mathematics education.
Project Website: https://illustratestem.ca/ (To be coming soon!)
Some publications from the project: