Timothy Sibbald, PhD, OCT
Telephone: 705-474-3461 ext. 4653
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These are provided to give an indication of what will be done, but they are changed year to year and updated versions will be provided at the start of the course. Please do not use these for anything beyond having some idea of what the course will be like.
- Teacher Mobility Project. Looking at the reasons why teachers move within school boards.
- Mathematics education. This is primarily within the K-12 school classrooms with a focus on pedagogy and content. It currently includes a focus on interdisciplinary mathematics as well as instructional practices for expanding the content reach of the curriculum.
- Pre-service teacher development. Developing best practices for training effective mathematics teachers.
- Teacher development. Focus is on continued support for in-service teachers. Interests in developing pedagogical and content knowledge of teachers. Also interested in reflective practices and the somewhat dated 'teacher-as-researcher' field.
- Content development. Exploring methods of bringing new elements of mathematics into the classroom. The focus for this is making the content accessible as opposed to improving existing curricular interpretations or implementations.
Sample Publications (Click to see paper.)
Sibbald, T. M. (2017). An explanatory model of teacher movement within Ontario school boards. Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, 184, 23-33.
Sibbald, T. M. (2017). The movement of teachers within Ontario school boards. Canadian Journal of Educational Administration and Policy, 183, 4-14.
Sibbald, T., & Handford, V. (2017). Is there a metric for measuring tenure? Academic Matters, Winter, 9-13.
Sibbald, T. M., & Wheatstone, M. (2016). Advancing Escher art through generalization. Ontario Association for Mathematics Education Gazette, 54(4), 23-26.
Sibbald, T. M. (2016). Gaps in the 'Defence of the classroom'. Canadian Mathematics Society Notes, 48(3), 4
Sibbald, T. M. (2015). What is STEM? Canadian Mathematics Education Study Group Newsletter, 31(2), 4-5.
Sibbald, T. M. (2015). Math exploration using the Morley triangle. Ontario Association for Mathematics Education Gazette, 54(2), 31-34. (Morley triangle resources, right click - save as - and then open using GeoGebra.
Morley Triangle &
Morley Figure 6)
Sibbald, T. M. (2015). The mathematics of photographs. Ontario Association for Mathematics Education Gazette, 53(4), 25-30.
Sibbald, T. M. (2014). Occurrence of bimodal classroom achievement in Ontario. Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 60(1), 221-225.
Lifetime Publications (Jan., 2018)
|Books Edited || 1|
|Articles in Refereed Journals ||31|
|Book Chapters || 2|
|Magazine Articles ||10|
|Technical Reports ||42|
|Other Reports || 3|
|Non-refereed articles ||11|
|Book Reviews || 9|
|Conference Papers ||20|
|Keynotes, Invited Papers, & Public lectures || 2|
|Electronic Documents and Multi-media Productions || 2|
|Workshops and Seminars Presented ||51|
This webpage was last updated: January, 2018.