IOP Regina – 2016

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IOP Regina 2016 Conference

A conference for
Undergraduate & Graduate Students, Faculty and K-12 Teachers

Faculty of Education | University of Regina

February 26, 2016, 5:00 – 7:00PM | Registration and Keynote Speaker
February 27, 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM | Sessions and Reception

This event follows the same format as the annual IOP Conference at UBC Vancouver.  We invite proposals and participation from undergraduate & graduate students, Faculty, and K-12 Teachers.

  • Venue details – to be announced shortly
  • Call for Proposals – closes Friday, January 29
  • Authors Notiied – Friday, February 5
  • Registration Form – closes Thursday, February 25 at 12pm (noon)

IIOP-Regina_v1nvestigating our Practices creates a nurturing environment where one can try out a ‘public voice’ for formulating ideas around pedagogy and to further develop the skills of conference presenting.

The nature of this conference is to investigate our practices and to exchange innovative ways of looking at pedagogy with others. This conference serves as a rich and fertile environment for undergraduate and graduate students as well as faculty and K-12 teachers in the field within a supportive atmosphere.


  • The preparation of practitioners
  • The ongoing education of practitioners
  • The focus on classroom practice
  • The context of practice (e.g., social, political and cultural analysis of practice)
  • Researching practice (e.g., teacher inquiry/action research)

Panel Presentation

Presenters are grouped within a collective theme or question presenting a range of perspectives. These brief presentations act as a catalyst for further dialogue with other participants attending the conference session.

IOP-Regina_v2Individual or group session

We want challenging, relevant, interactive presentations that showcase how you have been investigating some dimension of teaching practice. Session time should be divided equally between provoking discussion by providing access to your understandings and providing opportunity for others to discuss your conclusions.


The exhibition format is ideal for a visual presentation of research results, a program of research or research activities of a group.

Possible Questions

  • What is the practice that you are investigating?
  • What are the questions concerning this practice that you addressed in your investigation?
  • How did you investigate this practice?
  • What did you learn about this practice from your investigation?

For more information on the IOP Regina Conference, contact: