A website has launched for the education research project, All ‘I’s On Education: Imagination, Integration, Innovation, led by a team of researchers at York University.
The project is an education research and professional inquiry project funded by the Ontario Ministry of Education and the Council of Ontario Directors of Education.
The project, which took place in 10 Ontario School Boards – in elementary/secondary; public/Catholic; French/English/First Nations/Metis/Inuit; and rural/suburban/urban settings – experimented with innovative, imaginative and integrated teacher practice through teacher-led, classroom-based inquiry projects.
York Education Professor Kathleen Gould Lundy is the principal investigator leading the project.
The research team includes Steve Alsop, Naomi Norquay, Belarie Zatzman, Tina Rapke, Marc Husband and Jafar Hussein.
The project website is now live at aioe.ca, where visitors can download the final report and professional inquiry guide, listen to the voices of participating teachers, watch excerpts of the performance of “Voices of Innovative Practitioners”, read about the projects in the schools and view images of the innovative work that was done.