Presentations

 

2016     Video making and health? SDT in health education class. Paper presentation at 6th International Conference on Self Determination Theory. Victoria, BC, May 2016.

2014      Effects of video making on motivation and self determination in school health education. Doctoral dissertation defense at the University of Victoria, Victoria, B.C. August 18, 2014.

2011     Effects of video making on intrinsic motivation in school health education. Paper presentation at annual conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education. Fredericton, NB, May 2011.

2007     Enabling shared understanding: An analysis of video-conferencing data from a global software development course. Paper presentation at EDMEDIA (ED-MEDIA 2007 conference proceedings), annual world conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia and telecommunication. Vancouver, B.C., June 27, 2007.

2007     Traditional Pathways to Health: Bridging communities through video-making with Aboriginal youth. Presentation with T. Riecken, S. Cormode, A. Dick, J. Lyall, and M. Tanaka at “Bridging Communities – Making Public Knowledge: Making Knowledge Public”, annual conference of the Canadian Society for the Study of Education. Saskatoon, SK, May 27, 2007.

2006     Traditional Pathways to Health: Focus on youth and family well being. Workshop presentation with T. Riecken, F. Conibear, K. Kissinger, J. Riecken, S. Stewart, M. Tanaka, W. Chow and S. Cormode at “Cultural foundations for wellness: Building on strengths connected with our ancestors”, annual conference of the Native Mental Health Association of Canada. Vancouver, B.C., October 28, 2006.

2006     Traditional Pathways to Health: An example of institutional and national initiatives in community based health research. Presentation with T. Riecken and M. Tanaka at “Community based research and evaluation: Collaborative action for health and social change”, summer institute with the Centre for Community Health Promotion Research and the University of Victoria. Victoria, B.C., July 18, 2006.

2006     Back to school: An adult graduation program environmental restoration project. Poster presentation with D. Miller at “Connections”, annual conference of the University of Victoria’s Faculty of Education, Victoria, B.C., May 4, 2006.

2006     Student multimedia projects and culturally based education in a First Nations community. Presentation at “Collective visions: Transformation through dialogue on Aboriginal policy and research”, conference of the Centre for Native Policy and Research. Vancouver, B.C., February 8, 2006.

2005     Traditional Pathways to Health: A participatory research project with Aboriginal youth filmmakers about health and wellness. Workshop presentation with T. Riecken, J. Lyall, M. Tanaka, W. Chow, A. Dick, and K. Kissinger at the First Nations Education Steering Committee 11th Annual Provincial Conference on Aboriginal Education. Vancouver, B.C., December 13, 2005.

2005     Pts’aanhl Nisga’a: Totem Poles of the Nisga’a. Workshop presentation with C. Moore, M. Moore, and M. Scott at the First Nations Education Steering Committee 11th Annual Provincial Conference on Aboriginal Education. Vancouver, B.C., December 12, 2005.

2005     Community perspectives of student multimedia technology projects in a remote First Nations village. Paper presentation at EDMEDIA (ED-MEDIA 2005 conference proceedings), annual world conference on educational multimedia, hypermedia and telecommunication. Montreal, Canada, July 1, 2005.

2005     Culturally based education, technology and high school English in First Nations communities. Presentation with K. Stewart for M. Wendt’s Education 330 reading and writing methods class, University of Victoria, B.C., June 21, 2005.

2005     Culturally based education: Student technology projects in a First Nations community. Paper presentation at Connections (Connections 2005 conference proceedings), annual conference of the University of Victoria’s Faculty of Education, Victoria, B.C., May 4, 2005.

2005     The Traditional Pathways to Health Project: Building connections: Relationships in a community-based research project. Paper presentation with M. Tanaka, T. Riecken, J. Lyall, and A. Godfrey at Connections (Connections 2005 conference proceedings), annual conference of the University of Victoria’s Faculty of Education, Victoria, B.C., May 4, 2005.

2005     The Traditional Pathways to Health Project: Participatory research with First Nations student filmmakers. Presentation with T. Riecken, F. Conibear, M. Tanaka and students at “Provoking Curriculum”, annual conference of Canadian Association of Curriculum Studies. Victoria, B.C. February 25, 2005

2004     Using DVD based video as a tool for data analysis. Assisted T. Riecken, C. Michel, and J. Riecken with workshop at Qualitative Data Analysis Summer Institute, Centre for Youth and Society, University of Victoria, July, 2004