Phone: (519) 253-3000 ext 3862
Office: Room 3326A, Leonard & Dorothy Neal Education Building
Associate Professor, Ph.D. York University
Dr. Doan's research is oriented by recent research into classroom life and the collectivities therein, particularly as informed by developments in ecological theories of learning and teaching as they relate to schooling systems. Her immediate research interests fall within the following clusters of scholarship: Pedagogies and mediating technologies; social equity and schooling; lived experiences of schooling as they relate to experiences of alienation and isolation; learning identities in schooled contexts, schooling traumas; and teaching transitions (e.g. from teacher candidate to beginning teacher). Dr. Doan teaches courses (e.g. “issues in Education) in the pre-service Teacher Education program developed around the relevance for curriculum development, social equity and social justice as these notions relate to experiences of teaching and learning, and healing histories of schooled hurts in formal learning contexts.
- Teacher Education
- Learning Technologies
- Diversity and Social Justice in Education