Paper Presentations

 Papers in refereed conference proceedings:

2019 – Fifteenth International Conference on Technology, Knowledge & Society – Screen-Time: Cautions, Concerns and Health Implications. Elisava Barcelona School of Design and Engineering, La Rambla, Barcelona, Spain (March 11-12).

2018 – Clute International Conference On Technology In Education – Digital Natives, Immigrants, Residents and Visitors: 21st Century Education. Orlando, Florida (January 3-6)

2017 – Thirteenth International Conference on Technology, Knowledge & Society – Professional Development: Educating Digital Natives in the Twenty-First Century. University of Toronto. Toronto, Ontario (May 26-27). http://techandsoc.com/2017-conference

2017 – American Educational Research Association Annual Meeting – Sinay, E., & Ryan, T.G.  STEM Learning Coaches: An Exploratory Study of Differential Effects. San Antonio, Texas (April 31- May 1). http://www.aera.net/events-meetings/annual-meeting/2017-annual-meeting-theme

2017 – The Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia (ODLAA) Conference – Expanding Horizons in Open & Distance Learning – Online Student Engagement – Melbourne, Australia – (Feb 5-7). http://odlaa.org/odlaa_events/2017-conference/

2017 – The Australian Council for Health, Physical Education and Recreation (ACHPER) – Presentation – Sleep, Issues, Answers and Wellness. 30th ACHPER International Conference (Jan, 16-18). University of Canberra, Australia.  http://www.achper2017.com/2017/program/conference-schedule/area?command=record&id=96

2016 – Invited Presentation: Alberta Distance Learning Centre | ADLC and the Provincial & Territorial Distance Education Association (PTDEA), (Topic: Student Engagement) at ADLC’s Edmonton Campus October 26 and 27.

2016 – 10th International Congress of Higher-Education, Havana, Cuba. (Feb 15-20). http://www.congressesincuba.com/events-and-congresses/universidad2016.html

2015 – 2nd International Conference on Education – Social Media in the Classroom. – Montreal, Quebec. (April 30- May 01).

2015 – 8th World Universities Forum – The Doctoral Journey: Perseverance – University of Georgia, Savannah, GA. (Feb 5-6).

2014 – 58th International Council on Education for Teaching World Assembly – Social Media Use in the Classroom: Pedagogy & Practice. University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Oshawa, Ontario, Canada. (June 16 – 19). ICET – UOIT http://sites.uoit.ca/icet/files/ICET-58th-World-Assembly-Proceedings.pdf

2014 – Ontario Teachers Federation/Ontario Association of Deans of Education – A Recursive View of Self in Teacher Education: Beliefs, Values and Action Research within an Evolving Landscape. York University, Toronto, ON: Canada. (Feb 21-22).

2014 – 10th International Conference on Technology, Knowledge and Society – Post-Secondary Online Learning: Standards Under Pressure – Facultad de Ciencias de la Información Universidad Complutense – Madrid, Spain – (Feb 6-7).

2014 – 7th World Universities Forum – The doctoral journey: Perseverance. – University of Lisbon. Lisbon, Portugal – (Jan 9-10) (Virtual).

2013 – The Open and Distance Learning Association of Australia (ODLAA) Conference – The Challenge of Appraising Online Communications: Instructor Values and Valuation Modes – Sydney, Australia – (Feb 4-6).

2013 –  Tui tuituia: Towards a world of light conference – The infusion of First Nations,Métis, & Inuit culture via Elementary dance (Arts) education, Faculty of Education, University of Waikato. Hamilton, New Zealand (Jan 7-10).

2013 – International Conference for Tengata Whenua involved with young tangata whenua children and their families – Reforming Ontario Early Learning: A Review. Palmerston North: New Zealand (Jan 16-19).

2013 – 16th International Conference on Thinking (ICOT) – The inequity and effect of standardized literacy testing for First Nations students: An Ontario perspective. Wellington, New Zealand (Jan 21-24).

2012 – 19th International Conference on Learning – The underachievement of gifted learners: A synopsis –  University of London. London, England: United Kingdom.

2012 – Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE) – Learning management system migration: An analysis of stakeholder perspectives – University of Waterloo, Kitchener, ON: Canada.

2012 – Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE) – An analysis of pre-service teacher values – Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo ON: Canada.

2012 – Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE) – Barriers and bridges: Occasional new teacher induction within Ontario, Canada – Wilfred Laurier University, Waterloo, ON: Canada.

2012 – Ontario Teachers Federation/Ontario Association of Deans of Education – Schools, teachers, training, victims, prevention, and community: A cyberbullying collage. University of Ontario Institute of Technology, Oshawa, ON: Canada.

2011 – American Education Research Association (AERA) – Revisiting Ontario Teachers’ and Students’ Perceptions of Large-Scale Reform. (Symposium #2: Secondary Reform) New Orleans, LA: U.S.A.

2011 – American Education Research Association (AERA) – A Descriptive Examination and Synthesis of Leadership Succession. (Division A – Administration Organization & Leadership/Section 5: Leadership Development.) New Orleans, LA: U.S.A.

2011 – American Education Research Association (AERA) – Barriers to the Identification of Gifted Children from Economically Disadvantaged and Limited English Proficient Backgrounds (SIG-Special Education Research.) New Orleans, LA: U.S.A.

2010 – Inclusive and Supportive Education Congress (ISEC) – Inclusive Attitudes: A Pre-Service Analysis – Queen’s University, Belfast, Ireland: United Kingdom.

2009 – Asian Conference on Education (ACE) – The Evolving Action Researcher, Leader & Teacher – Osaka, Japan.

2009 – Intellectbase International Consortium – Pre-service Teachers’ Awareness of Cyberbullying Issues – Atlanta, Georgia: U.S.A.

2008 – International Society for Scholarship, in Teaching, Learning (ISSOTL) – Philosophical homogeneity in pre-service: A longitudinal surveyEdmonton, AB: Canada.

2007 – International Study Association for Teachers & Teaching (ISATT) – Sensing expertise in education – Brock University, St. Catherines, ON: Canada.

2007 – Hawaii International Education Conference – The technologically dependent/medically fragile at-risk student – University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI: U.S.A.

2006 – Canadian Society for Studies in Education (CSSE) – Teachers’ and students’ perceptions of the nature and impact of a large-scale reforms in Ontario secondary schools – York University, Toronto, ON: Canada.

2006 – Western Canadian Association for Student Teaching (WestCAST) – Performance Assessment: Critics, Criticism & Controversy – University of British Columbia – Vancouver, BC: Canada.

2005 – Western Canadian Association for Student Teaching (WestCAST) – Collecting and Analyzing Action Research Data – University of Saskatchewan – Saskatoon, SK: Canada.

2004 – American Education Research Association (AERA) – The role of leadership within an action research study of science assessment praxes – San Diego, CA: U.S.A.

2002 – Ontario Physical Health Education Association (OPHEA) – The Reflexive Physical Educator – Orillia, ON: Canada.

2002 – Symposium on Large Scale Assessment – Performance Assessment: Critics, Criticism & Controversy – Victoria, B.C.: Canada.

2001- Assessment literacy: Promise and possibility. Presentation – The Alberta Assessment Consortium: An Assessment Odyssey, Calgary, AB: Canada.

2001 – The Alberta Assessment Consortium – Performance Assessment – Edmonton, AB: Canada

Other evidence of productivity in Scholarship and Research:

Ryan, T. G. (2018). Action Research in the Faculty of Education. In the Oxford Encyclopedia of Educational Research, Measurement, and Evaluation. 373-381. Thousand Oaks, CA: Oxford Publications. http://education.oxfordre.com/view/10.1093/acrefore/9780190264093.001.0001/acrefore-9780190264093-e-776

Ryan, T. G. (2016). “Johari Window.” In the Encyclopedia of Educational Research, Measurement, and Evaluation. (Ed.). Neil J. Salkind, 827-831. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Sinay, E., Presley, A., & Ryan, T.G. (2016, January-August). Coherence and alignment in educational organizations: A Review. Toronto District School Board. Toronto, ON.

Sinay, E., Presley, A., & Ryan, T.G. (2016, January-February). A mixed methods proposal to examine perceptions of the developmental review process – Developmental Review Process. Toronto District School Board. Toronto, ON.

Sinay, E., Presley, A., & Ryan, T.G. (2015, July-August). A mixed methods proposal to examine perceptions of the developmental review process – Research Tool Construction for the Developmental Review Process. Toronto District School Board. Toronto, ON.

2016 – Participant – Ministry of Education / Faculties of Education Annual Forum – Learning and teaching for tomorrow:  Building collaboration and capacity. (May 10) Courtyard Marriott, Toronto, ON: Canada

2016 – Presentation – Ministry of Education / Faculties of Education Liaison Committee – Pedagogical documentation: Utilizing documentation of student Learning. (April 22).  900 Bay St., MacDonald Block, Toronto, ON: Canada.

2015 – CONNECT Canada’s Learning and Technology Conference. Social Media. (May 5-8). Scotia Bank Convention Centre, Niagara Falls, ON: Canada.

2014 – CONNECT Canada’s Learning and Technology Conference. The Online Graduate Studies Educator as Action Researcher. (May 8, 9). Scotia Bank Convention Centre, Niagara Falls, ON: Canada.

Zoldy, S., Zoldy, V., Ryan, T.G., & Zoldy, A. (2011, March). We’re not gonna take it: A literacy and media-based bullying resource for teachers. Zoldy Brothers Productions. Sudbury, Ontario, Canada.

Ryan, T.G. (2010). Achievement: The bullying factor. The Canadian Association of Principals Journal, 19 (1), 4-12.

Ryan, T.G. (2010, August 12). [Review of the book, Administrative Passages – Navigating the Transition from Teacher to Assistant Principal]. Series: Studies in Educational Leadership, Vol. 4, XXIV. Education Review: A Journal of Book ReviewsRetrieved from http://edrev.asu.edu/index.html

Ryan, T.G. (2010, April 12). Leading with passion and knowledge: The principal as action researcher, (Book review). Networks: An online journal,12,(1). http://journals.library.wisc.edu/titles/index.php/networks

Date, G., & Ryan, T.G. (2008). Establishing effective professional learning communities. The Canadian Association of Principals Journal, 17 (1), 12-22.

Ryan, T.G. (2007). Prelude/Introduction. In T.G. Ryan (Ed.), The reflexive special educator. (pp. 9-18). Calgary, AB: Temeron Books/Detselig.

Ryan, T.G. (2005, November 12). Thinking like a teacher, (Book review). The Ontario Action Researcher, 7, 1. http://www.nipissingu.ca/oar/new_issue-V71R.htm

Ryan, T.G. (2005). Incorrigible youth: What did we do (1800-1939). The Canadian Association of Principals Journal, 13 (1), 27-31.

Ryan, T. G. (2004, August 03). Seeing Ourselves (3ed.) (Book review) – Journal of Teaching &  Learning, 3 (1). Windsor, ON: University of Windsor http://web4.uwindsor.ca/units/edu/EdFac.nsf/JTL?OpenPage

Ryan, T. G. (2001, May). An action research study of secondary assessment praxes. Research in Ontario Secondary Schools6, (2). Retrieved May 8, 2001, from http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/field-centres/vol6no2.htm

Ryan, T. G. (1998). Transforming the assessment process.  NEWS,12,(2). 28 – 30. Toronto, ON: Ontario Public School Teachers Federation.

Ryan, T.G. (1998). Meeting needs through action research. In J. Delong, & R. Wideman (Eds.), Action research: School improvement through research-based professionalism (pp. 62 – 63). Toronto, ON: Ontario Public School Teachers Federation.

Ryan, T.G., Allison, D., Bookes, L., MacDonald, F., & Noseworthy, A. (1997). Learning Strategies #3 – Three R’s on the Hill. Teachers’ Institute on Parliamentary Democracy. Ottawa, ON. Retrieved May 11, 1998, from http://www.parl.gc.ca/information/about/education/lesson/lesson.asp?Language=E&tife=3&lpl=174

Ryan, T. G. (1996).  Making assessment and program judgments guided by the Common Curriculum. Curriculum Directions, 2 (3), 27-31. Guelph, ON. Ontario Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development.