Soup and Chat Research Presentations

A discussion forum for the College of Education has been established through the "Soup and Chat at Noon". These events occur during lunchtime and include soup and bread.  Additional foods and drinks are always welcome! The Soup and Chat at noon is a casual, collegial environment for sharing insights and experiences into issues related to the research that our graduate students and faculty are involved in. The Soup & Chat at Noon is open to faculty, staff, and graduate students and typically takes place on Thursdays in the third floor College of Education Lounge.

October 1, 2015
Third Floor Lounge Education
Rm 3050
Maia Gibb
Not Thinking in Numbers: Theorectical Underpinnings, Traits, and Psycho-educational Testing for Developmental Dyscalculia

Poster or Abstract

Thank you to faculty and graduate students who participated in planning or presenting at past sessions.  If you wish to help plan or present at a future speaker series event, please contact a member of the College of Education Research Team:
Dr. Laurie Hellsetn:
Ranjan Datta:
Stephanie Kehrig:

Some Previous Presentations
As a courtesy to those who could not attend, or wish to hear these speakers again, we have provided the following videos.
Dr. Marie Battiste - November 21, 2013
Decolonizing Education and Nourishing the Learning Spirit
Dr. Geraldine Balzer - October 24, 2013
Polar Bears and Indoor Recess: Cultural Understandings from Canada's Arctic