MEd ISP posters on display
Published on June 10 2014
On Tuesday, June 10, the hard work of the MEd ISP students covered the walls of three rooms in Welch Hall.
With research topics such as “Living in the Pressure Cooker: My Experience with Chinese Education”, “My Real Canadian Education: An Exploration of my Volunteering in a St. Catharines Middle School”, and “Leading Resilient Organizations toward Ongoing Changes” to name but a few, Chair of the Department of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies in Education Renee Kuchapski touched on the appropriateness of some of the topics on display.
“Some of the posters are actually on resilience, motivation and change,” she said to the group of students. “I think you have lived of the things you have learned.”
Kuchapski also took a moment to reminisce of when she first met many of the students she was speaking to, offering her sincere congratulations and admiration for their hard work and dedication.
“It was almost a year ago that I first you at orientation,” she said. “I’m humbled by the knowledge in this room right now and it is so impressive to see the work that you’ve done and the progress you have made not just in the concepts you have learned but also your ability to articulate what you have learned.”
As the morning concluded, students, faculty and staff had an opportunity to discuss the research as well as talk amongst themselves or some refreshments.
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