The Ontario Association for the Development of Education Conference was held Feb 21st and 22nd at York University. Nice setting. I was presenting with my PhD supervisor on some of our recent research findings regarding the spheres of knowledge literacy teacher educators must develop in and how they go about making the developments happen. I found it fascinating, so the presentation was easy. Lots to say. Narrowing it down for a one hour presentation was the hard part. I tend to find academic presentations a bit dry. But this wasn’t. This work is so insightful for new teacher educators, mid and late career teacher educators and administrators of teacher ed programs. This is one of the most exciting and poignant articles I have ever read, let alone research and write about. As the research is not published yet, I will not go into detail as of yet. But thank you to the participants that came to hear us present. I could tell how excited you were too and that was so encouraging. More to come, dear reader, more to come.
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Cathy Miyata is a professor at Wilfrid Laurier University. She is also an acclaimed storyteller and writer. She has performed and lectured in Serbia, Japan, Malaysia, Germany, Greece, Portugal, Sweden, Mexico, the United States, Egypt, and across Canada View all posts by Dr. Cathy Miyata