Research at the Faculty of Education
The Faculty of Education at Memorial University is an active and collaborative research community committed to research excellence in land-based education; Indigenous knowledge and curriculum; restorative justice in education; science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM); inclusive education; arts-based learning; leadership; academic writing; Francophone culture and language; multi-literacies; children's literature; ESL/EFL curriculum and teaching methodology; positive psychology; gender studies; critical education theory; rural education; music education and more.
Topics fall within the following program groups:
Master of Arts & Education
Dr. Leslie Redmond (and Second Language Education)
Reading Development and Instruction
Dr. Antoinette (Toni) Doyle, Dr. Leslie Redmond
Curriculum Teaching and Learning Studies (CTLS)
CTLS – Music Education
Dr. David Buley
CTLS – Social Studies Education
Dr. Dorothy Vaandering (and Social Justice Education)
To truly understand just how broad our range of research interests and activities are, see Faculty Profiles and our Grants and Projects sections. Our research leads to enhanced knowledge and informs progressive change in educational policies and practices in Newfoundland, Canada and internationally.