in all aspects of the research program, including research
meetings, publications and conference presentations,
seminars, teacher training, and materials development.
We are committed to this type of student involvement
in the future. Furthermore, this commitment extends
to our collaborators and partners who have already played
active roles on student thesis committees, supervised
student research activities, and co-authored papers
and Theses: Students work with the research team
in conducting literature searches, retrieving articles,
formulating and refining the design of the studies,
contacting potential subjects, constructing the instruments,
collecting and analysing data, and writing up the results
of research studies.
and Publications: Students are expected and supported
to present their theses at learned conferences and to
submit manuscripts for publication. They also co-author
papers based on projects they have collaborated on with
team investigators and collaborators
Students actively engage in preparing and presenting
workshops and in-service training in the instructional
techniques the CSLP is investigating. Students have
helped facilitate in-service professional development
at schools, CEGEPS and universities throughout Quebec.
Materials and Software
Development: There are a host of opportunities
for students to put their ideas to effect via the development
of specialised software and computer-based training
materials. Students have developed general materials
for technology integration, in-service training and
development, interactive multimedia for early literacy,
applied statistics, digital portfolios, and computer-supported
collaborative learning activities.