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Highlights from OERS16

The 11th annual Ontario Education Research Symposium was held from February 9th to February 11th with the theme “Networking & Partnerships: The Core of Achieving Excellence in Education. Over 500 people from networks, organizations and stakeholders across the Education sector … Continue reading

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AERO 2015: Making Shared Twitter Links Useful with R

On Friday December 4th, AERO hosted its annual fall conference at the Old Mill.  The speakers included: Dr. Joe Kim, McMaster University, “The Science of Durable Learning” Don Buchanan, Hamilton Wentworth  DSB , E-BEST, “Putting education in ‘educational’ apps: Lessons … Continue reading

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A look at Twitter and #OERS14

This was the ninth year for the Ontario Education Research Symposium which is organized by the Ontario Education Research Panel.  As with previous years it was a wonderful venue to share research, explore new collaborations and expand networking opportunities.  Throughout … Continue reading

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John Hattie: Visible Learning in Toronto

On April 18th, John Hattie (Visible Learning) spoke in Toronto.  During his presentation, participants shared resources and links on twitter (#HattieTO).  A compilation of these tweets can be found here. For those who were unable to attend either the April … Continue reading

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Ontario Education Research in 140 Characters – OERS 2012

The seventh annual Ontario Education Research Symposium concluded today.  A new approach was employed this year to collect feedback in real time which was compiled and included as updates throughout the symposium.  Attendees were invited to send text messages when … Continue reading

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CSSE 2011: Research Tweets From the East Coast

To explore the tweets from the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE) 2011 conference I turned again to the twitteR package for R. My initial plan had been to compile the tweets at the end of CSSE, which seemed like a … Continue reading

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End of an AERA – AERA 2011 through the eyes of Twitter and R

The American Educational Research Association (AERA) holds an annual meeting that brings together researchers from across North America.  This year the AERA conference was held from Friday April 8 to Tuesday April 12 in New Orleans, Louisiana and had the … Continue reading

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